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河北省武邑中学2015-2016学年高二上学期英语寒假作业4


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第二部分 阅读理解 (共两节,满分 40 分) 第一节(共 15 小题;每小题 2 分,满分 30 分) 阅读下列短文,从每题所给的四个选项(A、B、C、D)中,选出最佳选项,并在答题 卡上将该项涂黑。 A I clearly remember the day when my little brother was bor

n: January 1, 1994. One of my favorite family photos shows me lying with my mother in the hospital bed, happy but unaware of the small, sleeping baby in the background. I stayed with my grandparents for the weekend of my brother ’s birth, excited about my new brother but not yet aware of what having a little brother would mean. I didn’t truly realize what was going on until we were in the hospital room at Duke University---coincidentally (碰巧地), the same room in which I had been born two years earlier. When I looked at my brother for the first time, I felt a mixture of fear and interest. Little did know that small, pink creature would grow up to be one of my favorite people in the world. In reality, though I am two years older than my brother, I am more often than not the real baby in the family. I am very lacking when it comes to common sense. Instructions constantly confuse me and I frequently find myself totally puzzled by things like knowing how to start the washing machine or manage the storage settings on my iPhone. That’s where Gibson comes in. The poor kid has had to guide me through more tasks than I would care to admit, but he never complains. Though I should probably be told to figure it out myself, he always comes through. I’m envious of his ability to readily answer the ever-present, “What do you want to do with your life?” question at family gatherings. “Be a doctor,” he says----a solid answer, completely opposite to my shaky one, “Well, I’m an English major, so...” My brother truly is my best friend. No one understands me better, and there isn’t anyone else I would want to be stuck with in our family. I may not have a clear idea of where I’m headed, but he is stuck with me. 21. How did the author feel when he saw his brother for the first time? A. Angry and sad. B. Excited and moved. C. Curious and scared. D. Happy and interested. 22. What does the underlined sentence in the fourth paragraph mean? A. My brother is the real baby in the family. B. In fact, I seem to be less mature than my little brother. C. My brother gets more love from the family than I do. D. I am growing more slowly than my brother. 23. What does the brother often help the author do? A. Help him deal with many daily tasks. B. Help him with his studies. C. Give him advice on how to choose a major. D. Comfort him when he is in a bad mood. 24. What is the best title for this text? A. My Strange Family Gatherings B. The Real Baby in the Family C. Stuck with Me----My Not-So-Little Little Brother

D. The Feeling of Having a Brother B Buckingham Palace is where the Queen lives. It is the Queen’s official and main royal London home. Buckingham Palace was originally a splendid house built by the Duke(公爵) of Buckingham for his wife. George IV began changing it into a palace in 1826. It has been the official London home of Britain’s royal family since 1837. Buckingham Palace is also an office and used for the administrative work of the royal family. When the Queen is at home you can see her royal flag (the Royal Standard) flying from the flag pole on top of Buckingham Palace. The flag is divided into four equal parts. The first and fourth parts represent England and contain three gold lions waking on a red field; the second part represents Scotland and contains a red lion standing on a gold field; the third part represents Ireland and contains the gold coat of arms of Ireland on a blue field. In flag protocol (礼仪), the Royal Standard which must only be flown from buildings where the Queen is present is supreme (至高无上的). It flies above the British Union Flag (the Union Jack ), and other British flags. It never flies at half mast. The guards of the Palace wear red jackets and tall, furry hats. When the first guards come on duty, there is a ceremony called the Changing of the Guard. A familiar sight at Buckingham Palace is the Changing of the Guard ceremony that takes place in the open space in front of it each morning. The Palace has around 750 rooms, including 19 state rooms, 52 royal and guest bedrooms, 78 bathrooms, 92 offices, a cinema and a swimming pool. It also has its own post office and police station. About 400 people work at the Palace, including servants, chefs, footmen, cleaners, gardeners, electricians, and so on. More than 50,000 people come to the Palace each year as guests to dinners, receptions and Royal Garden Parties. 25. For whom was the original Buckingham Palace built? A. The Duke of Buckingham. B. George IV. C. The Duke of Buckingham’s wife. D. George IV’s wife. 26. According to the text, the Royal Standard_________. A. is flown at Buckingham Palace every morning B. represents the four countries of the UK C. flies at half mast only on a few occasions D. flies higher than the British Union Flag 27. When can a visitor see the Changing of the Guard ceremony? A. Every morning and evening. B. Every morning. C. When the Queen’s flag is flying. D. When a flag is flying at the Palace. 28. What is the last paragraph about? A. What you can see inside Buckingham Palace. B. The royal parties at Buckingham Palace. C. The Changing of the Guard at Buckingham Palace. D. People living and working at Buckingham Palace. C While Jennifer was at home taking an online exam for her business law class, a monitor(监控 器) a few hundred miles away was watching her every move. Using a web camera equipped in Jennifer’s Los Angeles apartment, the monitor in Phoenix

tracked how frequently her eyes moved from the computer screen and listened for the secret sounds of a possible helper in the room. Her Internet access was locked---remotely---to prevent Internet searches, and her typing style was analyzed to make sure she was who she said she was; Did she enter her student number at the same speed as she had in the past? Or was she slowing down? In the battle against cheating, this is the cutting edge and a key to encourage honestly in the booming field of on line education. The technology gives trust to the entire system, to the institution and to online education in general. Only with solid measures against cheating, experts say, can Internet universities show that their exams and diplomas are valid---that students haven’t searched the Internet to get the right answers. Although online classes have existed for more than a decade, the concern over cheating become sharper in the last year with the growth of “open online courses.” Private colleges, public universities and corporations are jumping into the online education field, spending millions of dollars to attract potential students, while also taking steps to help guarantee honesty at a distance. Aside from the web cameras, a number of other high-tech methods are becoming increasingly popular. Among them are programs that check student’s identities using personas information, such as the telephone numbers they once used. Other programs can produce unique exams by drawing on a large list of questions and can recognize possible cheaters by analyzing whether difficult test questions are answered at he same speed as easy ones. As in many university classes, term papers are scanned against some large Internet data banks for cheating. 29. Why was Jennifer watched in an online exam? A. To correct her typing mistakes. B. To find her secrets in the room. C. To keep her from dishonest behaviors. D. To prevent her from slowing down. 30. The underlined expression cutting edge in Paragraph 3 is closest in meaning to _____. A. sharpening tool B. advanced technique C. effective rule D. dividing line 31. Some programs can find out possible cheaters by_________. A. checking the question answering speed B. producing a large number of questions C. scanning the Internet test questions D. giving difficult test questions 第三部分:英语知识运用(共两节,满分 45 分) 第一节 完形填空(共 20 小题; 每小题 1.5 分, 满分 30 分) Every one of us, rich or poor, should at least have one or two good friends. I learned that a true friend is the most important in my life after I had gone 41 so many terrible things. I felt upset when I was told that I would have to 42 the company. As I had a very big family to 43 and was in great need of money, what I was 44 about was how to find another new job. In order to 45 this problem, I rushed from place to place like crazy. I read almost all the newspapers and 46 almost all the telephone numbers in the newspaper 47 in my notebook and tried to call almost all the companies that needed new 48 . Not until I found a job in a small town near Townsville had I 49 down. My new boss, Mr. Johnson, was one of my good friends since primary school. “Why didn’t you 50 me until now? Was it 51 to do that ? Explain to me the reason,” he said, 52 me a cup of hot coffee. Both of us were overjoyed to see each other and we 53 the whole afternoon talking about things and persons that we 54 at school. John asked me to give him some advice about 55 to enlarge his present business and he was entirely happy about my 56 . To my great surprise, he offered me a 57 which didn’t need much experience because I was not 58 with this field but the pay l got was much more than 59 . The moment I

saw my 60 , the sum of money given by the company, I cried for the first time — that was the first time for me to do so since I grew up. 41.A.for B.over C.around D.through 42.A.operate B.desert C.choose D.leave 43.A.care B.support C.protect D.love 44.A.particular B.curious C.excited D.concerned 45.A.solve B.analyze C.explain D.raise 46.A.took down B.turned down C.looked for D.stood for 47.A.advertisements B.surveys C.reports D.comments 48.A.customers B.bosses C.clerks D.applicants 49.A.broken B.calmed C.sunk D.slowed 50.A.contact B.trust C.overlook D.find 51.A.desperate B.significant C.worthy D.harmful 52.A.awarding B.sharing C.handing D.showing 53.A.saved B.wasted C.spared D.spent 54.A.discussed B.debated C.remembered D.imagined 55.A.what B.how C.which D.when 56.A.ability B.suggestions C.interests D.courage 57.A.fortune B.chance C.position D.service 58.A.popular B.content C.patient D.familiar 59.A.offered B.required C.needed D.expected 60.A.salary B.share C.fund D.tip

寒假作业 4 英语参考答案:
阅读:21—24 CBAC 36---40 CEABG 完形:41-45 DDBDA 46-50 AACBA 51-55 DCDCB 56-60 BCDDA 25---28 CDBA 29---31 CBA 32---35 BBBA


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