第二部分：英语知识运用(共两节，满分 45 分) 第一节：单项填空(共 15 小题；每小题 1 分，满分 15 分) 21. His disappearance(失踪)______ by the police. A. looked at B. will be looked in C. is being looked into D. has been looked up 22. Her teacher helped her so much that she bought him a beautiful pen _________. A. by turns B. in return C. in answer D. in turn 23. I have no doubt ______ she will come out first in the English contest. A. if B. about C. whether D. that 24. The farm _______once we worked has changed a lot. A. where B. that C. which D. what 25. The two brothers look much the same , but they have nothing ________. A. commonly B. differently C. in different D. in common 26. The change in climate may _______ our health. We should take good care of ourselves. A. effected B. affect C. have effect D. have affect 27. The woman as well as her sisters _________ here for ten years. A. has lived B. are living C. have lived D. is living 28. Hearing the noise outside, he hurried to _______ and went out. A. put on B. wear C. get dressed D. be dressing 29. His father feels like ________a walk after dinner while his mother would like ______TV at home. A. taking; watching B. to take; to watch C. taking; to watch D. to take; watching 30. The reason ________he gave is that he missed the early bus. A. why B. for which C. that D. when 31. ________ production up by 60% , the company has had another excellent year. A. With B. For C. Though D. As 32. There are many beautiful hats here. I really don’t know_______. A. what to choose B. how to choose C. which to choose D. where choosing them 33. He _______ me to come to the party, but he didn’t show up. A. allowed B. had promised C. wanted D. had advised 34.—I am sorry I can’t help you. —________, thank you very much. A. That’s right B. Anyway C. OK D. Not at all 35. —Have a cigarette, will you ? —No, thanks. I _________ heavily, but I’ve given it up recently. A. am used to smoking B. used to smoking C. used to smoke D. has used to smoke 第二节：完形填空(共 20 小题；每小题 1.5 分，满分 30 分) 阅读下面短文，从短文后所给各题的四个选项(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。 Animals can be of great fun, but it’s important to know 36 to be safe when you’re with them. Both indoor animals and outdoor animals need to be 37 kindly all the time. This means different things 38 on the animal and the situation. 39 a wild animal, being kind may mean staying far away 40 the animal doesn’t feel threatened and so you stay 41 . Stepping outside can mean a world full of great animals to see — 42 squirrels in
trees to birds in flight. In some parts of the world, kids 43 see slithery snakes, black bats, 44 even cool coyotes. And don’t forget raccoons, skunks, and other critters 45 come out in some places at night. The rule in the great outdoors is simple: Don’t 46 or go near an animal. 47 some of these animals may look cool or even cute, leave them 48 . These animals aren’t like regular pets. They’re not 49 to being around people and may bite or attack if you come near them. They also might have rabies(狂犬病). Don’t ever try to 50 a wild animal. Bird feeders are OK, but other animals, 51 they look hungry, shouldn’t ever be fed. When it comes to these animals, it’s better for everyone if you stay ____52 and check them out at the zoo, on the Internet, on TV nature shows, or in books. If a pet looks sick or is injured, stay far away. An animal that 53 loves to be petted may get very 54 and even bite when it is feeling ill. Tell an adult so he or she can get 55 for the animal. 36. A. what B. why C. how D. which 37. A. taken care B. served C. protected D. treated 38. A. depend B. look C. wait D. call 39. A. To B. With C. As D. Treating 40. A. so B. and C. but D. because 41. A. safe B. dangerous C. threatened D. calm 42. A. like B. round C. from D. not only 43. A. should B. have to C. will D. may 44. A. or B. and C. but D. either 45. A. what B. that C. those D. who 46. A. touch B. look C. feel D. keep 47. A. Because B. Even C. Although D. Since 48. A. outside B. lonely C. alone D. quietly 49. A. using B. used C. being used D. to be used 50. A. keep B. feed C. attack D. check 51. A. however B. if C. after D. even if 52. A. closer B. closely C. away D. far 53. A. normally B. always C. rarely D. often 54. A. happy B. satisfied C. excited D. upset 55. A. exercise B. hope C. plan D. help 第三部分：阅读理解(共 20 小题；每小题 2 分，满分 40 分) 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，并在答题卡 上将该项涂黑。 A Ramadan Ramadan is one of the most important festivals for Muslims. The name of the festival comes from the Arabic month in which it is celebrated. Ramadan is celebrated in countries all over the world, especially in Africa and the Middle East. The time for celebrating Ramadan varies each year. People celebrate it in the ninth month of the Arabic lunar calendar. During Ramadan, people
must not eat during the day: from when the sun comes up to when the sun goes down, people celebrating Ramadan will not eat or smoke. When the sun has gone down, however, the celebration begins. People often stay up all night eating, singing and dancing. Easter In late spring, many people around the world celebrate Easter. The festival is a celebration of spring and it is also a religious holiday. It is the time for Easter bunnies and egg hunts, and of course for eating lots of delicious foods. Easter is celebrated in late March or early April but the exact dates are different from year to year. People celebrate Easter in different ways: in some countries, the Easter Bunny-a big rabbit-will visit people and children will go on egg hunts, looking for eggs and candy that have been hidden by their parents. In other countries, Easter is a time for children to dress up like witches and go from door to door asking for candy---much like Halloween in the US. The Easter Bunny and the Easter Egg are popular symbols of the festival. 56. The word Ramadan is the name of____________. A. a person B. a town C. a month D. a holy book 57. Ramadan and Easter are_________. A. festivals celebrated in Asia and Africa B. festivals celebrated by people all over the world C. two names of the year D. the only festivals that people like to celebrate 58. During Ramadan, people do not ____________ during the day. A. eat B. sing C. talk D. sleep 59. In some countries, children will go on ____________ during Easter. A. picnics B. egg hunts C. trips D. fighting 60.The two main popular symbols of Easter are the ________ and the ________. A. Easter Man, Easter egg B. Easter Bunny, Easter tree C. Easter Man, Easter tree D. Easter Bunny, Easter egg B An ancient philosopher’s wisdom can be compared in value to gold. Now “The Art of War” by the great thinker Sun Tzu has actually been printed on pure gold. There are 5,000 of these bookstores across China, costing 19,600 yuan each. Known as the world’s oldest book on military strategy(军事策略), it was originally written on bamboo strips(竹简). Sun Tzu lived in about 500 BC in the late Spring and Autumn Period. There is little information about Sun Tzu’s real life. But according to one story, the king asked Sun Tzu to gibe a demonstration of his way of training the army. Two groups of the king’s concubines(妃子) played the soldiers and two of the king’s favourites acted as commanders. Sun Tzu gave them orders, but they thought it was just a game and couldn’t stop laughing. Sun Tzu said, “if the order is not clear it’s my fault, but if the order is and soldiers don’t obey, it’s the commanders’ fault.” He then killed the two commanders, despite the king’s protest. When Sun Tzu gave new orders, the concubines performed perfectly. Sun Tzu’s book became popular with leaders in Asia and later in the West. In 1782 a Frenchman named Amiot took the book to Europe. It is said that Napoleon used its principles while conquering Europe. “The Art of War” is today used in business, sport, diplomacy(外交) and even relationships. Sun Tzu is possibly the most quoted(引用) Chinese in the world. One saying is, “If you know the
enemy and know yourself, you need not fear the result of a hundred battles.” 61. From this passage we know the book “The Art of War” by the great thinker Sun Tzu _________. A. has been compared to gold B. has been written on bamboo strips again C. cost 19,000 yuan D. has been printed on pure gold 62. Sun Tzu is _____________. A. known all over the world B. a person living in 1000 BC C. a great thinker but we knew little about his life D. a good writer 63. In the story of Sun Tzu’s way of training the army, Sun Tzu killed ___________. A. two of the king’s favorite concubines B. two of the king’s favorite soldiers C. two groups of the king’s concubines D. two famous commanders 64. Sun Tzu’s book became popular ____________. A. in Asia B. in the west C. in Europe D. both A and B 65. The best title of this article is _____________. A. Sun Tzu’s wisdom can be compared in value to gold B. The book “The Art of War” has been printed on pure gold C. Sun Tzu’s wise words turn to gold D. The great ancient philosopher—Sun Tzu C When I was in junior high school, I was really a bad boy. My history teacher — Mr Oven criticized me a lot because I was naughty in his class. By the end of the first semester, I’d had enough of his words and had decided that I would get my revenge on him. The opportunity arose one morning when Mr. Oven was called to the office for a certain reason. While Mr. Oven left, my company Billy and I grabbed Mr. Oven’s lunch bag from under his desk. I opened his sandwich and placed a bug in between the two slices of bread. We put it back and closed it. To keep it in memory, Billy took photos of the whole process. We laughed for weeks over this. Well, it all went south during Thanksgiving break. Billy’s Mother found the pictures in his room, and demanded that he should tell her where these pictures were from. Billy told his mother the whole story, and Mr. Oven was informed. Not only was I punished from school for two weeks, but also I was kicked off the football and basketball team. Before I could return to school, I had to turn in a 1000-word essay on what I did and why I did that. I really felt embarrassing every time I saw Mr. Oven in the hallway for the rest of the school year. I felt a little regret that Mr. Oven left our school the next year. 66. Mr. Oven criticized the writer a lot because ________. A. he was naughty in his class B. he didn’t go to his class C. he didn’t answer his questions D. he was good at his class 67. How can you imagine Mr. Oven when he had his lunch? A. He would be glad to eat his delicious sandwich. B. He would eat it as usual when he had his sandwich. C. He would cry because he was afraid of the bug in his sandwich. D. He would be very angry when he found the bug in his sandwich. 68. What is the meaning of the underlined sentence “Well, it all went south during Thanksgiving break.” in the third paragraph?
A. It was until Thanksgiving break that the secret was let out. B. All the students left on Thanksgiving break. C. All the students went south on Thanksgiving break. D. Billy and I went south during Thanksgiving break. 69. What does the phrase “kicked off” mean in this passage? A. fired B. punished C. scolded D. hit 70. Which one was NOT true according to the article? A. He had to leave school for two weeks. B. He was kicked off the football and basketball team. C. He had to eat the sandwich he had made for Mr. Oven. D. He had to write a 1000-word essay to acknowledge his mistake. D Many young people in America go to camps when they are out of school during the summer. They are offered a chance to explore different things: nature, sports, music, technology ——even business and economy. One such program for high school students in the Pacific Northwest is called Washington Business Week. The program began in 1975. Officials say forty-five thousand people have attended Washington Business Week. Other states now have similar camps. Washington Business Week describes itself as a way to learn more about how to plan for the future in an ever-changing economy. Students form an executive(行政的) management (管理) team. They lead an imaginary company to financial success. The camp is held at three colleges in Washington State. The high school students live in the college housing. The cost of the camp is almost three hundred dollars, but families can receive financial assistance. Some business camps are free. These are for students from poor areas. The National Foundation for Teaching Entrepreneurship（企业家）(NFTE) is an organization based in New York City that supports such camps. It has programs around the United States and its Web site lists international partners in China, Tanzania and a few other countries. NFTE says it has served more than one hundred thousand young people since 1987. Among other business camps is Camp C.E.O.. C.E.O is an chief executive officer. And this camp is for girls only. Camp C.E.O. is supported by the Girl Scouts of America and takes place for one week each summer. The camp took place last month in Tennessee. The girls worked with successful businesswomen from different industries. The girls learned how to build a business and develop an idea into a product. And, we imagine, they also had some fun. 71. The camps mentioned in the passage are mainly intended for _______. A. senior students B. the poor C. adults D. girls 72. In Washington Business Week, students successfully run a company_______. A. that they are working in B. that belongs to the American government C. that does not actually exist D. that was once shut down 73. Which of the following is True about NFTE? A. It offers financial help to all students. B. It has programs in America and some other countries. C. It was organized by many rich New Yorkers.
D. One of its aims is to train students to be business managers. 74. What can we conclude from the passage ? A. The Americans are good at enjoying their lives in many camps. B. The young Americans are living a happy life in camps. C. The Americans pay attention to developing the students’ abilities. D. It is easier to organize business camps in America than other countries. 75. Which of the following is the best title of the passage? A. Summer camps for students B. Summer camps for future C.E.O. C. Summer camps being popular D. Summer camps in the world 第二卷 非选择题(共 35 分) 第四部分：写作(共三节，满分 35 分) 第一节：用方格中的词的正确形式填空 (共 5 题；每小题 1 分，满分 5 分) for example , take place, allow, join in , compete, the same as , admit
The ancient Olympic Games 76 around the year 776BC in Greece. At that time there were not as many games as today. Running, jumping and wrestling were already part of the old, and they were 77 they are now. In the old times, these games were only for men. Women were not allowed to take part in the Games. Today, there are many kinds of games in the Olympic Games. In most of the games, In most of the games both men and women can 78 for medals. Women 79 as competitors. They can take part in all the games , such as running, jumping, wrestling, swimming and shooting. They can also play in some ball games—basketball, volleyball and baseball. However, not all women from all the countries in the world are able to take part in the Olympic Games today. 80 , women from some Arab countries are still not able to join in the Olympic Games. 第二节：根据所给汉语意思，完成下列句子。 （共 5 小题，每小题 2 分，满分 10 分） 81. 从某种程度上来说，我更喜欢呆在家里看书。 __________ __________ _________, I like staying at home reading best. 82. 她父亲要她嫁给一个有钱人。 Her father eagerly wanted her to ________ ________ _________ a man with a lot of money. 83. 穿上这大衣御寒。 Put on the coat in order to _________ __________ __________ cold. 84. 这本小说很感人，我看了很多遍了。 This novel, ________I _______ ______ many times, is very touching. 85. 这些家庭琐事很快就会有人来处理的了。 The family affairs ________ _________ _________ _________ soon. 第三节： 书面表达(满分 20 分) 假定你在参加一场英语辩论赛，你是正方辩手，试用英语简要地表明自己的观点。 主题 观点 Shall a senior school student take a part-time job in holidays? 1. 高中生重视功课，面对社会所知甚少。 2．假期做 a part-time job 是很好的社会实践。 3. 假期是最好的补偿时间。 3．通过书本学到的东西不如通过经验学到的东西有效。
4．通过社会实践，我们可以在知识和能力两个方面取得进步。 5．假期做 a part-time job 的报酬对家里或多或少有些帮助。 结论 高中生…… 注意： （社会实践：social practice; 社会：society ; 知识：knowledge ） 1、词数 100 左右；2、开头已为你写好。 Here are points .______________________________________________________________