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泄露天机——2016 年金太阳高考押题 精粹 英语
第一部分 阅读理解 (共 10 小题) 第一节 阅读下列短文,从每题所给的四个选项(A、B、C 和 D)中,选出最佳选 项,并在题卡上将该项涂黑。
A1 All around the world, an increasing number of peo

ple are spending their time taking part in online volunteering projects. What encourages them to help strangers without expectation of money or even thanks? Radha Taralekar helped teach Imelda how to protect herself from HIV, though the two have never met, and neither knows the other’s name. Taralekar received no payment for the job. For Taralekar, the project gave her the chance to use her professional experience. “I want to serve people with my medical knowledge,” she said. For some, the inspiration to volunteer online was far more personal. After losing his wife to cancer, Tony Selman spent many hours online helping Cancer Research to collect information on the illness. “Seeing how painful she was when my wife was dying, I decided to help scientists find a way to treat cancer,” he said. Interests and hobbies are also one of the reasons. Sam Luk joined other online volunteers to try to help the police solve murder cases. The police posted them online, calling for volunteers to help them to make sense of the messages. “I am interested in this and I love Sherlock Holmes,” said Luk. For writer Clay Shirky, some large online volunteering projects help millions of people, giving him a sense of achievement. He helps write Wikipedia, the world’s biggest encyclopedia (百科全书), which is written by people willing to use their professional knowledge. 1. We can know that Radha Taralekar may be a ____. A. teacher B. doctor C. writer D. policewoman 2. Why did Tony Selman decide to help Cancer Research? A. He had much time to spend online. B. He saw many people die of cancer. C. His wife was dead because of cancer.D. He became a member of Cancer Research. 3. Sam Luk volunteered to help the police because of ____. A. his interests and hobbies B. his duty of work C. money in return D. a sense of achievement 4. How many reasons why people help strangers online are mentioned in the text? A. One. B. Two. C. Three. D. Four.

A2
At times my mom has been uncomfortable seeing these qualities in me. For example,when I was 12,I went to Puerto Rico all by myself to stay with my grandmother for the summer. My mom was extremely nervous about it. She kept telling me how things were different in Puerto Rico, to always put on sunscreen, not to wander away from my grandmother, and other warnings. She helped me pack and did not leave the airport until she saw my plane take off. But despite her worries,she let me go on my own. As I moved into my teens,she continued to give me space to grow and learn,even when it might have been difficult for her. When I reached my senior year,I decided to move away for college. Once again I found that I differed
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江西金太阳好教育云平台——资源中心 from my peers: While many of them wanted to stay close to home, I couldn’t wait to be out in the world on my own. While my mom may not have been happy at the thought of my going away, she was supportive and excited for me. One big thing I realized during my senior year,as my mom granted me more freedom,was that she actually believes in me and trusts me. That means a lot. Most of my life,and especially when I was little,the main person I tried to impress in my schoolwork or other things was my mother. I knew she expected nothing but the best from me. Sometimes it was hard to live up to her standards: getting a single B on my report card would make me feel bad because I knew she wanted me to have all A’s. I know that her high standards have helped me stay focused on what’s important,like education, and made me who I am. I am thankful for her support and involvement in my life .Most of all I respect her. She is the strongest woman I know and that’s why I have turned out so strong and independent. 5. When the author decided to go to Puerto Rico,his mother________. A.wanted to go with him B.worried about his safety C.didn’t allow him to do soD.asked his grandmother for advice 6. Why did the author decide to move away for college? A.He wanted to be different from his peers.B.He planned to keep away from his mother. C.He intended to make his mother unhappy. D.He wanted to be independent in the outside world. 7. We can learn from Paragraph 3 that the author’s mother________. A.was too strict with himB.cared little about his learning C.had a high expectation of himD.used to expect nothing from him 8. What does the author mainly want to tell us in the text? A.His mother’s deep love for himB.His long way to become independent C.His good relationship with his motherD.The importance of his mother’s trust and support

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Would you eat a ready meal from the fridge rather than cook from scratch? Have you been doing Internet shopping rather than going to the stores? What can’t you be bothered to do? A study into how lazy British people are has found more than half of adults are so idle that they’d catch the lift rather than climb two flights of stairs. Just over 2,000 people were interviewed by independent researchers at Nuffield Health, Britain’s largest health charity. The results were surprising. About one in six people surveyed said if their remote control was broken, they would continue watching the same channel rather than get up. More than one third of those questioned said they would not run to catch a bus. Worryingly, of the 654 respondents with children, 64% said they were often too tired to play with them. This led the report to conclude that it’s no wonder that one in six children in the UK are classified as obese before they start school. Dr.Sarah Dauncey, medical director of Nuffield Health, said, “People need to get fitter, not just for their own sake, but for the sake of their families, friends and evidently their pets too. If we don’t start to take control of this problem, a whole generation will become too unfit to perform even the simple tasks.” And Scotland’s largest city, Glasgow, was shamed as the most indolent city in the UK, with 75% surveyed admitting they do not get enough exercise, followed closely by Birmingham and
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江西金太阳好教育云平台——资源中心 Southampton, both with 67%. The results pose serious challenges for the National Health Service, where obesityrelated illnesses such as heart disease and cancer have been on a steady increase for the past 40 years and are costing billions of pounds every year. 9. What do lazy British people probably choose to do? A. Go to stores. B. Catch the lift.C. Cook from scratch. D. Climb flights of stairs. 10. How many people surveyed don’t play with children because of tiredness? A. About 333. B.About 419. C. About 654. D. About 1280. 11. What is the potential result of more and more people, including children, getting obese? A. People will not get enough exercise. B. People will not have enough money. C. People will not be able to do the easy job. D. People will not cure themselves of heart disease. 12. What is the author’s attitude towards the finding of the study? A. Indifferent. B. Doubtful. C. Negative. D. Supportive.

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Nobody likes an old poop (傻子) . Developing a sense of humor is part of becoming a mature, emotionally healthy individual. Laughter is good for the soul, builds friendships and relieves stress. It serves as the glue for social situations and as an ice-breaker for sadness and boredom. If you’ve ever been told to “lighten up” or “chill out”, you should save the blue attitude for serious situations and develop your sense of humor. Forgive the accidental. A sudden fall is humorous not because we like to see people fall, but because it surprises. From a spilled (溢出) water glass in a meeting to Aunt Rae’s teeth coming off in the Thanksgiving turkey, the embarrassment of accidents can be relieved by humor and a helping hand. After making sure that nobody’s hurt, forgive accidents with a chuckle(咯咯地笑) rather than a scolding. Look for the unexpected. The kid who used to look at you with his eyes closed during a test had the idea. Parents who serve green eggs and ham to their children on graduation day get the idea. Unexpected actions lighten an atmosphere and relax people. Learn to laugh with your kids. Most of what children say and do is funny. Help them learn that accidents are sometimes funny and sometimes occasions for joining in and helping another human being. By sharing laughs and attempting to explain humor, you develop your sense of humor, as well as help kids develop their own sense of humor. 13. If you’ve ever been told to “lighten up” or “chill out”, it means ______. A. you are humorous B. you are angry C. you lack humor D. you are funny 14. According to Paragraph 2, when your friend falls, you can ______. A. laugh at him B. chuckle C. scold him D. feel embarrassed 15. What is the best title for the text? A. How to Develop a Sense of Humor B. Ways to Become a Healthy Individual C. The Function of Humor D. Proper Attitudes Toward Humor

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I clearly remember the day when my little brother was born: 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
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江西金太阳好教育云平台——资源中心 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. 1. What does the underlined sentence in Paragraph4 mean? A. My brother is the real baby in the family. B. I am growing more slowly than my brother. C. In fact, I seem to be less mature than my little brother. D. My brother gets more love from the family than I do. 2. What does the brother often help the author do? A. Help him with his studies.B. Help him deal with many daily tasks. C. Comfort him when he is in a bad mood.D. Give him advice on how to choose a major. 3. What is the best title for this text? A. The Real Baby in the FamilyB. My Strange Family Gatherings C. The Feeling of Having a BrotherD. Stuck with Me—My Not-So-Little Brother

B2
Camp Jano India Celebrate Indian culture, languages, arts, festivals and literature. Weekly themes are brought to life through related arts, games, projects, stories and theatre in a very unique, exciting, creative, interactive (互动的) and structured style. A very unique and unforgettable experience that kids will want to repeat! Mornings are spent with the Hindi language at the child’s level. Afternoons provide the cultural elements taught in an interactive style with special emphasison drama. Bay Language Academy We invite campers (4-12 years old) to travel and open up doors to explore past and recent civilizations through daily field trips. Cultures will be shown through customs and cooking. Lectures (6/10-8/30) will introduce French, Spanish or Chinese and the cultures they convey. Our language summer-camp is infused( 灌输 ) with cultural activities and taught by a team of bilingual(双语的) instructors. Petits Confettis Want your 3- to 5-year-old kids to experience a French camp? Come and join us for 6 weeks
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江西金太阳好教育云平台——资源中心 of French camps! Kids will be totally happy to learn French and French culture while they take part in team projects like building a tipi or making French bread. Weekly themes include cooking, arts, drama, outdoor activities, board games, music, yoga, rhymes and story time. Chinese Immersion Summer Camp This is our 11th Chinese language and culture summer camp.We take children from 6th grade. This year we continue the weekly fun themes like art, science, cooking and sports in the morning. In the afternoon, we have abacus, reading and Chinese culture lessons taught in Chinese. Our teachers are all native speakers with a lot of experience. Our weekly field trips go to different places like SF zoo, tech museums, fire stations etc. 4. Why can Camp Jano India give children anunforgettable experience? A. It has quite experienced teachers. B. It teaches Indian languages at different levels. C. The activities are arranged for the whole day. D. The activities are carried on in an interesting style. 5. Bay Language Academy and Chinese Immersion Summer Camp are similar because ______. A. they both provide field trips B. they both have bilingual teachers C. they both provide sports programs in the morning D. they are both intended for kids of 4-12 years old 6. If a girl likes yoga, she will go to ______. A. Camp Jano India B. Bay Language Academy C. Petits Confettis D. Chinese Immersion Summer Camp 7. What is the common theme of the four camps? A. Fun and sports. B. Travel and adventure.C. Language and culture. D. Art and music.

B3
Online purchases have soared during the Chinese New Year holiday. It’s the dead of winter in Shanghai. Delivery man Liu Jia and his colleagues start the day when most of people are still asleep. Working at a distribution point of a shopping website in Shanghai, they promise to deliver products within three hours of an order being placed. “I buy most of my grocery online, especially the heavy items. It’s convenient and cheap compared to the supermarket in my neighborhood,” Customer Chen Hong said. Orders such as these have increased for the New Year, forcing Liu Jia to work around the clock. “The orders are usually rice, laundry detergent(洗涤剂), tissue paper and snacks, mostly food and articles for everyday use,” Liu Jia said. According to an industry report, China’s B2C (Business to Customer) online sales are growing at an annual rate of 25 percent. Competition between online giants like Taobao and Jingdong is now fiercer than ever. “Theessenceof online shopping is that customers can buy products easily. So the competition is about: firstly, the range of products; secondly, the depth under each category of products; third, the price and user experience,” Pan Biao, vice president of YHD.com, said. E-commerce is one of China’s fastest growing sectors. It’s changed people’s buying habits, and even their living habits. And it’s had a huge impact on the retail industry. To make online shopping more convenient, major sites are investing heavily to build payment systems and logistics(物流)networks. On average, a retailer now can deliver goods to the majority of cities within 3 days, and to towns and more remote areas in the country within a week. “Competition will produce a number
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江西金太阳好教育云平台——资源中心 of good companies, making better products and services that customers need. In the field of E-commerce, we are leading the world in terms of products, services and industry development,” Liu Yinbin, associate professor with Dept of Information Management, Shanghai University, said. Experts also say customers are increasingly making their online purchases from mobile devices, opening up vast new opportunities and competition for retailers. 8. What can we know about Liu Jia? A. He works as an online store owner in Shanghai. B. He begins working when most of people are still asleep. C. He has to work day and night to deliver so many products. D. He may deliver products within three hours of an order being placed at any time. 9. What does the underlined word “essence” in Paragraph 3 mean? A. Way. B. Influence. C. Result. D. Advantage. 10. What can we learn from the passage? A. Chen Hong buys most of her electronic products online. B. Pan Biao encourages retailers to open up new chances. C. China’s B2C online sales are growing at a rate of 25 percent. D. Liu Yinbin thinks competition will help make better products and services. 11. Which of the following can be the best topic of the passage? A. Online shopping increases rapidly for Chinese New Year. B. Most customers buy food and articles for everyday use. C. Taobao and Jingdong are competing fiercely. D. Customers like buying mobile devices.

B4
Mars appears to be flowing with small streams of salty water, at least in the summer, scientists reported Monday. "It suggests that. it would be possible for there to be life today on Mars," NASA's science mission chief, John Grunsfeld, said at a news conference on September 28, 2015. The streams are about 12 to 15 feet wide and 300 feet or more long, scientists said. "What we're dealing with is wet soil. Thin layers of wet soil, not standing water," said Aifred McEwen of the University of Arizona at Tueson, the principal scientist for the Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter's high-resolution imaging experiment. Because liquid water is essential to life, the findings could have major implications for the possibility of Martian life. The researchers said further exploration is needed to determine whether microscopic life exists on the planet. The presence of liquid water could also make life easier for astronauts visiting or living on Mars. Water could be used for drinking and for creating oxygen and rocket fuel. NASA's goal is to send humans there in the 2030s. The evidence of flowing water consists largely of dark, narrow streaks(条痕) on the surface that tend to appear and grow during the warmest Martian months and fade the rest of the year. Mars is extremely cold even in summer, and the streaks are in places where the temperature is as low as minus 10 degrees Fahrenheit. But salt can lower the freezing point of water and melt ice. The source(源头) of the water is a mystery. Scientists noted it could be melting ice. It could be an underground aquifer, which is rock or sand that can hold water.It is possibly water vapor
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江西金太阳好教育云平台——资源中心 from the thin Martian atmosphere, or it may be a combination Michael Meyer, lead scientist for NASA's Mars exploration program, said the only definitive way for now to determine whether there's life on Mars is to collect rocks and soil for analysis on Earth - something a U. S. lander set for lift-off in 2020 will do. 12. What matters to the existence of liquid water on Mars? A. The distance from the sun. B. The favorable climate. C. The gravity of the earth D.The salt in it. 13. According to John Grunsfeld, on Mars there seems to be. A. salty water B. standing water C. rocket fuel D. human beings 14. What are scientists uncertain about the water on Mars? A. Its state. B. Its source. C. Its temperature. D. Its taste. 15.What would be the best title for the text? ' A Streams of Water Spotted on Mars B. Astronauts will Land on Mars C. NASA's Mars Exploration Program D. A Breakthrough in the Exploration of Mars

第二节 根据短文内容, 从短文后的选项中选出能填入空白处的最佳选项。 选项中有两项 为多余选项。
A How to Succeed in Science To succeed in science, you need a lot more than luck. In my view, you have to combine intelligence with a willingness not to follow conventions when they block your path forward. Thus, these have come to be my rules for success. 1. 16 That might sound proud, but the fact is that you must always turn to people who are brighter than yourself. It’s like playing any game. Even as a child, I never wanted to play games with anyone who was as bad as I was. If you win, it gives you no pleasure. And in the game of science or life, the highest goal isn’t simply to win; it’s to win at something really difficult. 17 2.Take risks To make a huge success, a scientist has to be prepared to get into deep trouble. If you are going to make a huge jump in science, you will very likely be unqualified to succeed by definition. 18 This can be more than personally upsetting. 3.Never do anything that bores you. My experience in science is that someone is always telling you to do things, and then leave you alone. I’m not good enough to do well in something I dislike. 19 It’s very hard to succeed if you don’t want to be with other scientists — you have to go to key meetings where you spot key facts that would have escaped you. And you have to chat with your competitors, even if you find them objectionable. So my final rule is: 20 A. Meet challenges with great courage. B. If you can’t stand to be with your real peers, get out of science. C. Put another way, it’s to go somewhere beyond your ability and come out on top. D. Be sure you always have someone to save you from a deep mess. E. Avoid foolish people. F. In fact, I find it hard to do well in something I like.
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江西金太阳好教育云平台——资源中心 G. Besides, you even have to be prepared to disbelieve your scientific heroes. B A simple life means getting rid of many of the things you do so that you can spend more time with people you love and do the things you love. 16 It’s often a journey of two steps forward and one backward. Evaluate your time. 17 What things do you do from the time you wake up to the time you go to sleep? Make a list, and evaluate whether they’re in line with your priorities. If not, remove them and focus on what’s important. Redesign your day. Limit your communications. Our lives these days are filled with a vast flow of communications: email, cell phones, paper mail, Twitter, forums, and more. 18 Instead, set a limit on your communications: only deal with emails at certain times of the day. Limit phone calls to certain times too. It is the same with other communications. Set a schedule and stick to it. Try living without a car. OK, this isn’t something I’ve done, but many others have. 19 Walk, bike, or take public transportation. It reduces expenses and gives you time to think. A car is also very complicated, needing not only car payments, but insurance, maintenance, repairs, gas and more. 20 If you rid your home of stuff, you might find you don’t need so much space. I’m not saying you should live on a boat (although I know some people who happily do so), but if you can be comfortable in a smaller home, it will not only be less expensive, but easier to maintain, and greatly simplify your life. A. Consider a smaller home.B. Have a place for everything. C. How do you spend your day?D. It’s something I would do if I didn’t have kids. E. They can take up your whole day if you let them be. F. However, getting to simplicity isn’t always a simple process. G. Most people don’t know what “enough” is, and thus they keep buying more.

第二部分英语知识运用(共 4 小题) 第一节完形填空 阅读下面短文,从短文后各题所给的四个选项(A、B、C 和 D)中,选出可以填 入空白处的最佳选项,并在答题卡上将该项涂黑。
A When you concentrate, you focus on one thing and get other thoughts out of your mind. You concentrate on schoolwork, on sports, or on some music which requires serious 21 effort. The point is that you think of only one 22 at a time, do it and leave it behind you. 23 to concentrate is important. Any adult will tell you they 24 have at least a dozen things on their minds. When they must complete a project by a certain day and hour, they concentrate on it and 25 several people into a work team. This 26 a clear focus on the work—and on getting others to do their 27 . Adults have a(n) 28 life which may include a husband or a wife, children, and all the work of running a household. Supper must be 29 and the broken back staircase must be fixed before someone gets 30 . If a child is sick, he or she must go to the 31 . With all these things on their minds, how do adults 32 the day? They know they cannot fight all their battles at one time, so they concentrate on the most 33 task, get it done, and go onto the next. The martial arts ( 武术 ) 34 you this kind of concentration. To do a movement
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江西金太阳好教育云平台——资源中心 35 , you must watch and imitate the master. Since you do not always get things right the first time, you must figure out your 36 and correct it. The instructor is there to 37 , but you are still responsible for your personal progress. As you move up in rank, more and more is demanded of you. The 38 are increasingly complex. You have 39 time in class and want to get the most from it. But since you have learned to concentrate on 40 movements and get them right, you confidently accept and meet these greater challenges. 21.A. technical B. political C. mental D. social 22. A. opinion B. person C. question D. task 23. A. Learning B. Agreeing C. Promising D. Preparing 24. A. sometimes B. always C. hardly D. probably 25. A. organize B. order C. send D. divide 26. A. offers B. changes C. adjusts D. requires 27. A. lesson B. favorite C. best D. favor 28. A. city B. home C. country D. art 29. A. sold B. eaten C. cooked D. bought 30. A. hurt B. cheated C. punished D. beaten 31. A. professor B. movie C. class D. doctor 32. A. refer to B. dream of C. get through D. hope for 33. A. pleasant B. hopeful C. difficult D. urgent 34. A. teach B. lend C. leave D. spare 35. A. quickly B. correctly C. carefully D. graciously 36. A. mistake B. pain C. disadvantage D. regret 37. A. practice B. pay C. watch D. help 38. A. ideas B. cultures C. movements D. situations 39. A. fixed B. limited C. appointed D. wasted 40. A. direct B. simple C. smart D. wise

B
Our character, 21, is a combination of our habits. “Sow a thought, harvest an action; sow an action, harvest a habit; sow a habit, harvest a character; sow a character, harvest a 22,” the saying goes. Habits are powerful factors in our lives. Because they are consistent, often unconscious 23 , they constantly, daily express our character and produce our effectiveness or ineffectiveness. As Horace Mann, the great educator, once 24 it, “Habits are like a rope. We weave a string of it every day and soon it cannot be broken.” I personally do not agree with the last part of his 25 I know habits can be learned and unlearned. But I also know it isn’t a(n) 26 fix. It involves a 27 and a faithful commitment. Those of us who watched the lunar voyage of Apollo II were quite amazed as we saw the first men walk on the moon and return to earth. 28 to get there, those astronauts obviously had to break out of the huge gravity pull of the earth. 29 energy was spent in the first few minutes of 30 in the first few miles of travel, than was used over the next several days to travel half a million miles. Habits, 31 have huge gravity pull more than most people realize or would 32 . Breaking deeply 33 habits such as delay, hesitation, impatienceor selfishness that go against basic principles of human effectiveness 34 more than a little willpower and a few minor
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江西金太阳好教育云平台——资源中心 changes in our lives. “Lift off” 35 a great effort, but once we break out of the gravity pull, our freedom 36 a whole new dimension. 37 any natural force, gravity can work 38 us or against us. The gravity pull of some of our habits may 39 be keeping us from going where we want to go. But it is also gravity that pull that keeps our world together, that keeps the planets in their orbits and our universe in order. It is a powerful force, and if we use it effectively, we can use the gravity pull of habit to create the cooperation and 40 necessary to establish effectiveness in our lives. 21. A. basically B. theoretically C. eventually D. personally 22. A. medal B. hope C. fate D. moral 23. A. efforts B. patterns C. methods D. ways 24. A. told B. put C. said D. thought 25. A. truth B. motto C. expression D. sentence 26. A. urgent B. slow C. quick D. convenient 27. A. process B. progress C. period D. devotion 28. A. but B. because C. as D. if 29. A. Much B. More C. Less D. Most 30. A. launching B. raising C. traveling D. lifting 31. A. however B. though C. too D. otherwise 32. A. say B. predict C. admit D. assume 33. A. rooted B. laid C. grown D. planted 34. A. calls on B. calls for C. calls off D. calls in 35. A. makes B. takes C. does D. brings 36. A. takes on B. carries on C. gives away D. turns out 37. A. As well as B. As for C. As with D. As like 38. A. on B. by C. around D. with 39. A. permanently B. instantly C. constantly D. presently 40. A. communication B. patience C. success D. order

第二节阅读下面材料,在空白处填入适当的内容(1 个单词)或括号内单词的正 确形式。 A
The Italian dinners we had every Sunday when I was a boy were feasts fit for a king. There 41(be) loaves of Italian bread ready to be eaten.They were great with butter and even 42 (good) when you dipped them in the sauce(调味汁). My grandma, 43 we called "Nanny", would always bake them a day ahead so they would be ready. I remember watching her hand make the dough(面团). I would often ask to help but only because I wanted to have 44 bite of the dough before she placed it in the pans to bake. One day I 45 (foolish) asked Nanny why she didn’t just buy bread at the store 46 (save) time. “Because they’re not as good,” she said 47 her thick Italian accent. Then she laughed, smiled, and gave me a piece of dough to eat. Nanny was right. Today I buy my bread at the store and it isn’t as good. It is factory-made and 48 (lack) all the taste, warmth, and love that Nanny put into hers. Store-bought happiness is a sad substitute for homemade joy. 49 you want lasting love, permanent peace, and endless joy, then you have to bake them 50 your own.
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B
Have you complained 41 your family, your boss, or even your life? Maybe everyone has, but after reading this story, you may change your view and treat the world with another attitude. Anass (驴), 42 (belong) to an herb-seller who gave him too little food and too much work, could not bear the life any longer. So he made a request to God, to be released from his present service and provided with 43 master. After warning him 44 he would regret doing it, God made him to be sold to a tile-maker. Shortly afterwards, the ass found that he had 45 (heavy) loads to carry and harder work in the brick-field, and asked for another change again. God, telling him that it would be 46 last time that he could satisfy his request, made him sold to a tanner (皮革工). The ass found that he 47 (fall) into worse hands. Knowing his new master’s occupation, he said, “It would have been better for me either to have been starved by the first owner 48 to have been overworked by the second. But now I have already been bought by my present owner, 49 will peel off my skin even after I am dead, and make me useful .” We can see that people with dissatisfaction in a place are not 50 (like) to find happiness in another.

第三部分 写作(共 4 小题) 第一节 短文改错
假定英语课上老师要求同桌之间交换修改作文, 请你修改你同桌写的以下作文。 文中共 有 10 处语言错误,每句中最多有两处。错误仅涉及一个单词的增加、删除或修改。增加: 在缺词处加一个漏字符号( ? ),并在其下面写出该加的词。删除:把多余的词用(\)划掉。 修改:在错的词下画一横线,并在该词下面写出修改后的词。 注意:1.每处错误及其修改均仅限一词; 2.只允许修改 10 处,多者(从第 11 处起)不计分。

A
When I was in high school, most of my friends had bicycle. I hoped I could also have it. One day I saw a second-hand bicycle, that was only one hundred yuan. I asked my father the money. And he said he could only give me half of the money. I should find the other half myself. So I went to sell newspapers after the school. My father was please when I showed him the money a month after. He gives me the other fifty. You can imagine how happily I was when I rode to school on my own bicycle.

B
The old saying “The early bird catches the worm.”show us the importance of planning, working hard and trying constant. To achieve outstanding results, the most people must plan ahead and work diligently to overcome all kind of difficulties. That has been my own experience, either. When I first started at high school, I seldom passed my exams, so I never prepared well. Later, my teacher, Mr. Black, advised me plan everything in advance. She asked me to study hard as well. After a year of putting his advice onto practice, I can now easily pass all my exams. There are no shortcuts to succeed.

第二节 书面表达
A
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江西金太阳好教育云平台——资源中心 越来越多的汽车进入了我们的家庭,改善了我们的生活, 但同时也带来了很多问题,如塞 车和车祸, 给家庭和社会带来了极大的危害。作为中学生, 我们应该怎样做呢?请写一篇 有关交通安全的短文 内容包括:1. 遵守交通规则,如走人行道/过斑马线; 2. 别在街道或马路上玩耍和踢球; 3. 劝父母不能酒后驾车。 注意:1.词数 100 左右; 2.你可以适当增加内容,以使行文连贯; 3.开头语已为你写好,不计入总词数。 参考词汇: zebra-crossing 斑马线 With more and more cars coming into our families, we are happy that it has greatly improved our life. _______________________________________________________________________________ _______________________________________________________________________________ _______________________________________________________________________________ _______________________________________________________________________________ _______________________________________________________________________________

B
假定你是李华, 现在你校很多学生因为种种原因很少参加体育锻炼, 请你就此事为你校 英语报写一封英语信倡导同学们积极参与体育锻炼。 内容包括: 1. 学生们不参加体育活动的原因; 2. 进行体育活动的好处。 注意: 1. 词数 100 左右; 2. 可以适当增加细节,以使行文连贯; 3. 文章开头和结尾语已给出,不计入总词数。 Dear schoolmates, Nowadays, most students don’t do sports for kinds of reasons. _______________________________________________________________________________ _______________________________________________________________________________ _______________________________________________________________________________ _______________________________________________________________________________ _______________________________________________________________________________ Yours sincerely, Li Hua

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