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II. Grammar and Vocabulary Section A Directions: After reading the passages below, fill in the blanks to make the passages coherent and grammatically correct. For the blanks with a given word, fill in each blank with the proper form of the given word; for the other blanks, use one word that best fits each blank. (A) Should we allow modern buildings to be built next to older buildings in a historic area of a city? In order to answer this question, we must first examine (25) __________ people really want to preserve the historic feel of an area. Not all historical buildings are attractive. However, there may be other reasons--- for example, economic reasons - (26) __________ they should be preserved. So, let us assume that historical buildings are both attractive and important to the majority of people. What should we do then if a new building (27) __________ (need)? In my view, new architectural styles can exist perfectly well alongside an older style. Indeed, there are many examples in my own home town of Tours (28) __________ modern designs have been placed very successfully next to old buildings. (29) __________ __________ __________ the building in question is pleasing and does not dominate (影响) its surroundings too much, it often improves the attractiveness of the area. It is true that there are examples of new buildings which (30) __________ (spoil) the area they are in, but the same can be said of some old buildings too. Yet people still speak against new buildings in historic areas. I think this is simply because people are naturally conservative(保守的) and do not like change. Although we have to respect people's feelings as fellow users of the buildings, I believe that it is the duty of the architect and planner (31) __________ (move) things forward. If we always reproduced what was there before, we would all still be living in caves. Thus, I would argue (32) __________ copying previous architectural styles and choose something fresh and different, even though that might be the more risky choice. (B) Working with a group of baboons (狒狒)in the Namibian desert, Dr. Alecia Carter of the Department of Zoology, Cambridge University set baboons learning tasks (33) __________ (involve) a novel food and a familiar food hidden in a box. Some baboons were given the chance to watch another baboon who already knew how to solve the task, (34) __________ others had to learn for themselves. To work out how brave or anxious the baboons were, Dr. Carter presented them either with a novel food or a threat in the form of a model of a poisonous snake. She found that personality had a major impact on learning. The (35) __________ (brave) baboons learnt, but the shy ones did not learn the task although they watched the baboon perform the task of finding the novel food just as long as the brave ones did. In effect, (36) __________ being made aware of what to do, they were still too shy to do what the experienced baboon did. The same held true for anxious baboons (37) __________ (compare) with calm ones. The anxious individuals learnt the task by observing others while those who were relaxed did not, even though they spent more time watching. This mismatch between collecting social information and using it (38) __________ (show) that

personality plays a key role in social learning in animals, something (39) __________ has previously been ignored in studies on how animals learn to do things. The findings are significant because they suggest that animals may perform poorly in cognitive (认知的) tasks not because they aren't clever enough to solve them,but because they are too shy or nervous to use the social information. The findings may impact how we understand the formation of culture in societies through social learning. If some individuals are unable to get information from others because they don't associate with the knowledgeable individuals,or they are too shy to use the information once they have it,information may not travel between all group members, (40) __________ (prevent) the formation of a culture based on social learning. Section B Directions: Complete the following passage by using the words in the box. Each word can only be used once. Note that there is one word more than you need. A.arrivals AD.mixed B.dramatically BC.devotion C.absent BD.granted D.astonishing CD.abandoned AB.embarrassing ABC.oppression AC.remained

The decade of the 1920s was like no other period that Americans of the time could imagine. World War I--the”war to end all wars”--had just concluded, and the world seemed suddenly a much smaller place. The stock market grew at a(n) _____41_____ rate. Everyone seemed to have plenty of money to spend and plenty of leisure time in which to enjoy it. Girls known as”flappers”(轻佻女子) _____42_____ the modest styles embraced by their mothers for scandalous fashions that included silk stockings, knee-length hemlines, bobbed hair, and cosmetics. Young men vied to see who could sit atop a flagpole the longest or who could swallow the largest number of live goldfish. Indeed, it seemed that the Roaring Twenties howled with exuberance(旺盛的精力), daring, and a(n) _____43_____ to all that was “modern”. However, the period could just as accurately be called the Decade of Paradox(自相矛盾). Although it was a time of prosperity and enormous social and cultural changes, it was also a time of class conflict and _____44_____. The United States _____45_____ in many ways the land of opportunity, but it no longer welcomed immigrants. Workers worried that poor new _____46_____ would take away their jobs. Wealthy businessmen worried that “un-American” ideas about workers’ rights might erode their power and reduce their profits. The government pursued an isolationist course and enacted legislation that _____47_____ reduced the number of foreign-born immigrants permitted to enter the country. The decade brought _____48_____ blessings for women and families also. Although the Nine-tenth Amendment to the Constitution _____49_____ women the right to vote in 1920, the Supreme Court overturned progress achieved in minimum-wage and child-labor laws. In 1929 the government withdrew its support for health programs that were intended to help children and pregnant women living in rural regions of the country. An energized Ku Klux Klan in the South terrorized African Americans, Catholics, Jews, and immigrants. The wealth so evident in the industrialized North was notably _____50_____ in rural areas, especially in black communities. Poverty drove millions of African Americans to the North and the West in search of jobs, and the influx of people into cities such as New York, Detroit, and St.Louis was not without problems. These places, however, also became famous as the centers of a vibrant culture created by African American artists, writers, and musicians who were among the

greatest talents of the era.

III. Reading Comprehension Section A Directions: For each blank in the following passage there are four words or phrases marked A, B, C and D. Fill in each blank with the word or phrase that best fits the context. In 1927, a scientist named Charles Elton developed the concept of the food chain to describe the independence of of all organisms within an ecosystem. Living things that create their own food, such as green plants, are called autotrophs. They are the first link in the food chain because they (51)________ the sun's energy and use it to convert inorganic compounds, such as minerals, into energy-rich organic compounds such as sugars and proteins. Living things that create their own food are sometimes called (52)________ Above producers in food chains are the heterotrophs, sometimes called consumers, which (53)________ other organisms for food. Herbivores are considered first-level consumers: they are animals that eat only (54)________. Carnivores - animals that eat only meat - are second-level consumers. Food chains (55)________ the amount of energy transferred as nutrients from one organism to another within an ecosystem. Food chains demonstrate that the (56)________ of all life forms in an ecosystem depends on the success of all the others. The expression ‘food chain', however, is misleading as a metaphor. It is true that a field of thick grass, full of sugars and proteins produced using energy from sunlight, provides nutritional energy for a colony of rabbits that (57)________ become an energy source for foxes. In this example, foxes are at the top of the food chain. If there is an infestation(大量滋生) of grasshoppers or a drought that destroys the grass, then the number of rabbits declines, bringing about a(n)(58)________ in the population of foxes. (59)________, no group of feeding relationships is this simple, and scientists illustrate these more complicated relationships as food webs. Food webs can be envisioned(想象) as a number of food chains (60)________ together. Many (61)________ creatures depend on grass for food. Also, rabbits eat a wide variety of plants (62)________ grass; foxes will eat almost any small animals, including insects, worms, mice, and fish, as well as eggs and carrion. (63)________ or problems in the food supply at any level can have widespread effects. A food web does not have a(n) (64)________ dominant species at the top; it is a regenerative( 能 再 生 的 ) cycle, and in addition to products and consumers, it also includes decomposers. Decomposers are organisms such as bacteria that survive by (65)________ the chemical energy from dead plants and animals and from waste material. This energy is returned to the earth in the form of nutrients and can be used again by vegetation. 51. 52. 53. A. A. A. reflect producers take up B. B. B. capture consumers account for C. C. C. supply demanders depend on D. D. D. save defenders apply to

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Section B Directions: Read the following passages. Each passage is followed by several questions or unfinished statements. For each of them there are four choices marked A, B, C and D. Choose the one that fits best according to the information given in the passage you have just read. (A) Shay and his father had walked past a park where some boys Shay knew were playing baseball. Shay asked, "Do you think they'll let me play?" Shay's father knew that most of the boys would not want someone like Shay on their team, but the father also understood that if his son,mentally and physically disabled, were allowed to play, it would give him a much needed sense of belonging and some confidence. Shay's father approached one of the boys on the field and asked if Shay could play, not expecting much.The boy looked around and said,"We're losing by six runs (分) and the game is in the eighth inning (局). I guess he can be on our team and we'll try to put him in to bat in the final inning." Shay struggled over to the team's bench and put on a team shirt with a broad smile and his father had a small tear in his eye and warmth in his heart.The boys saw the father's joy at his son being accepted. In the bottom of the eighth inning, Shay's team scored a few runs but was still behind by three.In the top of the final inning, Shay put on a glove and played in the field.Even though no hits came his way, he was obviously joyful just to be in the game and on the field.In the bottom of the final inning, Shay's team scored again.Now, Shay was scheduled to be next at bat.Would they let Shay bat and give away their chance to win the game?

Surprisingly, Shay was given the bat.Everyone knew that a hit was almost impossible.The first pitch (投) came and Shay missed.The pitcher again took a few steps forward to throw the ball softly towards Shay.As the pitch came in, Shay swung at the ball and hit a slow ground ball right back to the pitcher. The pitcher could have easily thrown the ball to the first baseman and Shay would have been out and that would have been the end of the game.Instead, the pitcher threw the ball right over the head of the first baseman, beyond the reach of all teammates.The audience and the players from both teams started screaming," Shay, run to first!" Never in his life had Shay ever run that far but made it to first base, wide eyed and shocked. Everyone shouted," Run to second !" Catching his breath, Shay awkwardly ran towards second.By the time Shay rounded towards second base, the smallest guy on their team, who had a chance to be the hero for his team for the first time, could have thrown the ball to the second baseman, but he understood the pitcher's intentions and he too intentionally threw the ball high and far over the third baseman's head. All were screaming, "Shay, Shay, Shay, all the way Shay." Shay reached third base when one opposing player ran to help him and shouted, "Shay, run to third." As Shay rounded third, all were on their feet, crying, "Shay, run home!" Shay ran to home, stepped on the home base and was cheered as the hero who won the game for his team. That day, the boys from both teams helped bring a piece of true love and humanity into this world.Shay didn't make it to another summer and died that winter, having never forgotten being the hero and making his father so happy and coming home and seeing his mother tearfully hug her little hero of the day!

66. Not expecting much, Shay's father still asked the boy if Shay could play, mainly because the father ________. A. noticed some of the boys on the field were hesitating B. guessed his presence would affect the boys' decision C. learned some of the boys on the field knew Shay well D. understood Shay did need a feeling of being accepted 67. In the bottom of the final inning Shay was given the bat because the boys ________. A. believed they were sure to win the game B. would like to help Shay enjoy the game C. found Shay was so eager to be a winner

D. felt forced to give Shay another chance 68. The smallest boy threw the ball high and far over the third baseman's head, probably because that boy ________. A. was obviously aware of the pitcher's purpose B. looked forward to winning the game for his team C. failed to throw the ball to the second baseman D. saw that Shay already reached second base 69.What do you think is the theme of the story? A.True human nature could be realized in the way we treat each other B.Everyone has his own strength even if mentally or physically disabled C.Everyone can develop his team spirit in sports and please his parents The results of the game should not be the only concern of the players

(B)

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71.When an occupant moves home,he(she) should ________. A. ask Eastern Energy to read the meter and pay the bill B. telephone Eastern Energy to stop the electricity supply C. leave the electricity bill with the new occupant D. pay Eastern Energy for the electricity in advance 72.The following statements are true Except ________. A. Eastern Energy uses traditional meters digital meters. B. Passwords are needed when Eastern Energy staff visit occupants' home C. Complaints can be done orally or in written word D. Eastern Energy supplies electricity only in Eastern Britain (C) In the idealized version of how science is done, facts about the world are waiting to be observed and collected by objective researchers who use the scientific method to carry out their work. But in the everyday practice of science, discovery frequently follows an ambiguous and complicated route.

We aim to be objective, but we cannot escape the context of our unique life experience. Prior knowledge and interest influence what we experience, what we think our experiences mean, and the subsequent actions we take. Opportunities for misinterpretation, error, and self-deception abound. Consequently, discovery claims should be thought of as protoscience. Similar to newly staked mining claims, they are full of potential. But it takes collective scrutiny and acceptance to transform a discovery claim into a mature discovery. This is the credibility process, through which the individual researcher's me, here, now becomes the community's anyone, anywhere, anytime. Objective knowledge is the goal, not the starting point. Once a discovery claim becomes public, the discoverer receives intellectual credit. But, unlike with mining claims, the community takes control of what happens next. Within the complex social structure of the scientific community, researchers make discoveries; editors and reviewers act as gatekeepers by controlling the publication process; other scientists use the new finding to suit their own purposes; and finally, the public (including other scientists) receives the new discovery and possibly accompanying technology. As a discovery claim works it through the community, the interaction and confrontation between shared and competing beliefs about the science and the technology involved transforms an individual's discovery claim into the community's credible discovery. Two paradoxes(自相矛盾) exist throughout this credibility process. First, scientific work tends to focus on some aspect of prevailing Knowledge that is viewed as incomplete or incorrect. Little reward accompanies duplication and confirmation of what is already known and believed. The goal is new-search, not re-search. Not surprisingly, newly published discovery claims and credible discoveries that appear to be important and convincing will always be open to challenge and potential modification or refutation by future researchers. Second, novelty itself frequently provokes disbelief. Nobel Laureate and physiologist Albert Azent-Gyorgyi once described discovery as “seeing what everybody has seen and thinking what nobody has thought.” But thinking what nobody else has thought and telling others what they have missed may not change their views. Sometimes years are required for truly novel discovery claims to be accepted and appreciated. In the end, credibility “happens” to a discovery claim – a process that corresponds to what philosopher Annette Baier has described as the commons of the mind. “We reason together, challenge, revise, and complete each other's reasoning and each other's conceptions of reason.” 73. According to the first paragraph, the process of discovery is characterized by its ________. . A. uncertainty and complexity. B. misconception and deceptiveness. C. logicality and objectivity. D. systematicness and regularity. 74. It can be inferred from Paragraph 2 that credibility process requires ________. .

A. strict inspection. B. shared efforts. C. individual wisdom. D. persistent innovation. 75.Paragraph 3 shows that a discovery claim becomes credible after it ________. A. has attracted the attention of the general public. B. has been examined by the scientific community. C. has received recognition from editors and reviewers. D. has been frequently quoted by peer scientists. 76. Albert Szent-Gy? rgyi would most likely agree that ________. A. scientific claims will survive challenges. B. discoveries today inspire future research. C. efforts to make discoveries are justified. D. scientific work calls for a critical mind. 77. Which of the following would be the best title of the test? A. Novelty as an Engine of Scientific Development. B. Exact observation in Scientific Discovery. C. Evolution of Credibility in Doing Science. D. Challenge to Credibility at the Gate to Science. Section C Directions: Read the passage carefully. Then answer the questions or complete the statements in the fewest possible words. Rain forests, found in Earth?s temperate and tropical zones, are some of the most biologically varied ecosystems on the planet. Though currently accounting for less than 7 percent of earth's surface, rain forests are estimated by scientists to contain half of the world's known plant and animal species. Most rain forests are located within the tropical band on either side of the equator, in south and central America, central Africa, and southeast Asia. Large temperate rain forests can be found in the northweatern United States and in southwestern Canada near the coast of the Pacific Ocean. . .

All rain forests share certain distinctive features, including a closed canopy, a humid climate, and relatively uniform temperatures throughout the year. From the air, the forest canopy - the impenetrable(不能穿透的) leaves of the uppermost branches that forms a roof above the forest floor - is a solid mass of greenery. Most of the forest's groundgrowth, by comparison, is poor. Less than 2 percent of the sun's light penetrates the canopy the darkness below. This darkness, along with the poor quality of the soils, prevents plant growth. Annual rainfall in rain forests ranges from about 200 to 1000 centimeters a year. Temperatures in tropical rain forests often hover around 27 ℃. Rain forests are an essential part of Earth's total ecology. Huge amounts of water are absorbed into tree roots and recycled into the atmosphere from the tree leaves through a process called transpiration. Tree roots also hold the soil in place and slow the runoff of rains into rivers and oceans. Through the process of photosynthesis, rain forests absorb more carbon dioxide and give off more oxygen than any other ecosystem. Unfortunately, the rain forests are shrinking at a rapid rate as a result of the profitable ventures of ranching(放牧), logging(伐木), and mining. When tropical rain forests are cleared in order to raise cattle and crops, the nutrient-poor soils are quickly wear out. When farmers move on to new areas, torrential rains and blazing sun leave the land fertile and lifeless. Logging and mining cause similar damage to the land and destroy the habitat of untold millions of birds, insects and reptiles. By some estimates, an area of tropical rain forest the size of the state of Delaware disappears in this way every month. (Note: Answer the questions or complete the statements in NO MORE THAN TEN WORDS) 79. According to the scientists' estimate, there are some of the most biologically diverse ecosystems in the rain forest because __________________________. 80. _____________________________ leads to the poverty of the undergrowth of the rain forest. 81. List one example to show rain forest is a vital part of earth's ecology. 82. How do ranching, logging and mining cause harm to rain forest? 第 II 卷 (共 47 分) I. Translation Directions: Translate the following sentences into English, using the words given in the brackets. 1. 买房时,我们应该把装修的费用考虑进去。(turn) 2. 既然他们已经答应要弥补你的损失,你在向他们抱怨就没有意思的。(point) 3. 能否抵御网络游戏的诱惑是摆在高中生面前的一道难题。(It) 4. 这篇文章叙述了这个城市面临的从失业到环境污染等诸多问题。(range) 5. 她一看完那个关于云南的电视节目,就决定暑假去那里游山玩水,品尝美食。(No sooner)

II. Guided Writing Directions: Write an English composition in 120 - 150 words according to the instructions given below in Chinese. 高考是全社会关注的大事,学校和家庭表现尤为突出。家庭成员对考生从学习到生活给予无微 不至的“关怀”,结果却给考生带来负面影响。根据图画所描述的内容写一篇文章,并发表自己 的观点。

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