四川省宜宾市一中高 2015 级 2015—2016 学年上期第 13 周
命题人：王盛香 审题人：廖 琪 一 完形填空（30 分） I was born with a heart disease. As I grew up, parts of my heart started to 1 and I was often out of br
eath. So when I was eight, the doctors opened my chest to 2 it. When they saw the state of my heart, they told my parents, “We don’t expect him to 3 the night.” I was in and out of a coma (昏迷) for three months. Every day the fact that I wasn’t 4 was a good thing. Finally, the doctors 5 I’d be better off at home — saying that I wasn’t going to live long. But I 6 and had something close to a 7 childhood. As a teenager, I began to 8 heart failure again. But I was 9 to go to college, become a manager and get married to Jo. I started my own 10 so I could work flexible (灵活的) hours, 11 Jo and I had two children: Josh and Liam. I 12 to keep a good standard of life for everyone, even when I was waking up feeling sick every morning. By January last year, my heart failure was so 13 that I often couldn’t walk more than a few yards. I was worried about not being around for my 14 . I had to explain to Josh that the 15 telling me an organ (器官) had been found could come any time and I’d be rushed to hospital, perhaps 16 I could say goodbye. A few days later, the phone rang and Josh said, “Is that the doctor with your new 17 ” However it was 18 a salesman. May 4 was the day a transplant (移植) match was found. I was out of hospital within five weeks and, within a few 19 feeling much better. By October, I was taking part in a 30-mile bike ride. These days I spend a lot of time talking to kids with heart 20 I want to support others who’ve had a hard time. 1. A. feel B. fail C. improve D. work 2. A. repair B. discover C. hear D. prevent 3. A. stay B. waste C. see D. last 4. A. dead B. sad C. sick D. worried 5. A. expected B. decided C. required D. learned 6. A. went out B. gave up C. looked back D. carried on 7. A. lucky B. normal C. busy D. poor 8. A. stop B. accept C. experience D. examine 9. A. ready B. likely C. able D. sure 10. A. ride B. family C. holiday D. company 11. A. and B. but C. since D. unless 12. A. waited B. tried C. agreed D. offered 13. A. easy B. quiet C. bad D. strange 14. A. children B. parents C. wife D. doctors 15. A. person B. letter C. call D. note 16. A. when B. before C. although D. if 17. A. heart B. bike C. drug D. address 18. A. then B. yet C. just D. soon 19. A. days B. weeks C. months D. years
20. A. conditions B. problems C. operations D. transplants 二 阅读理解（8 分） Insects (昆虫) are a very healthy food. They have almost as much protein (蛋白质) as meat from a pig or cow and are low in fat. Eating insects is also very good for the environment since they need less land and water than larger animals. Marcel Dicke, who studies insects, explained in a talk how insects also produce more meat from the food they eat. For example, imagine a farmer feeds a cow 10 pounds of food. Those 10 pounds of food produce about 1 pound of meat for people to eat. However, imagine the farmer gives a certain number of insects 10 pounds of food. Those 10 pounds of food produce 9 pounds of meat for people to eat! Eating more insects can also help people in poor areas. Many people can raise and sell insects, which can provide jobs and food. But insects will not replace (替代) animal meat very quickly. First, people in some countries would have to change how they think about eating insects. Many people in North America and Europe eat a lot of meat like beef and pork. But they do not traditionally eat insects. In fact, for many people in the west, eating insects sounds crazy! They believe insects are dirty and dangerous. Insects make them feel uncomfortable. Some people are trying to deal with this problem. For example, David George Gordon wrote a book named “The Eat-A-Bug Cookbook”, which tries to show people that insects can be delicious. Other insect experts travel around telling people about the benefits (好处) of eating insects. But they still have a lot of work to do. 21. Eating insects _____. A. is not healthy B. makes people put on fat C. helps protect large animals D. is environmentally friendly 22. The example of Marcel Dicke is given to show _____. A. the high cost of food production B. it’s quite easy for farmers to raise insects C. raising insects is a good choice for farmers D. the different ways of feeding cows and insects 23. The long way eating insects has to go mainly results from _____. A. their terrible taste B. people’s old beliefs C. family traditions D. eating methods 24. We can infer from David and other insect experts that _____. A. people can make a lot of money from insects B. insects should be better protected C. people should eat more insects D. it’s dangerous to eat insects 三 根据括号内的汉语提示补全下列句子（每空一词） 。 25. Don’t go out without a jacket on, ________ ________ ________ ________ ________ ________ (否则你会感冒的). 26. I don’t like sweets. I ________ ________ (宁愿) eat fruit. 27. Many final-year students are ________ ________ (对……感到焦虑) getting a good job. 28. It was said that Frank ________ ________ ________ (和……有联系) this accident.
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