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宁波效实中学 2013 学年度高二英语期末试卷
I. 听力(共 20 小题;每小题 0.5 分,满分 10 分) 第一节 听下面 5 段对话,每段对话仅读一遍。 1. What are the speakers talking about? A. Where to go on a holiday. B. What scenery to look at. C. Which route to take. 2. What is the man most likely to do next Thursday? A. Play golf. B. Attend a meeting. C. Visit his parents. 3. How did the woman find the film? A. Touching. B. Exciting. C. Frightening. 4. What does the woman have to do now? A. See more patients. B. Cancel her conference. C. Share her office with the man. 5. Where are the speakers probably? A. At an Internet cafe. B. At a computer store. C. At a computer lab. 第二节 听下面 5 段对话或独白,每段对话或独白读两遍。 听下面一段对话,回答第 6 和第 7 题。 6. What will the woman do? A. Take an exam. B. Review her lessons. C. Have a class. 7. What is the man’s purpose of jumping rope? A. To improve his balance. B. To strengthen his lungs. C. To get stronger. 听下面一段对话,回答第 8 和第 9 题。 8. Why does the man come to the woman? A. To ask for a pay rise. B. To report a job description. C. To confirm his duties. 9. What does the woman promise to do next week? A. Help with the extra work. B. Give the man a reply. C. Write down the work details. 听下面一段对话,回答第 10 至 12 题。 10. What are the speakers talking about in general? A. A housemate. B. A colleague. C. A babysitter. 11. What do we know about David? A. He is quite sociable. B. He can’t cook well. C. He is easy to get along with. 12. Which is one of the reasons why the woman dislikes David? A. He enjoys smoking. B. He doesn’t like reading. C. He sometimes eats her food without her permission. 听下面一段对话,回答第 13 至 16 题。 13. What doesn’t work? A. The clock. B. The elevator. C. The alarm.
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14. How does the woman react to the emergency? A. She complains. B. She keeps screaming. C. She keeps making telephones. 15. Why is the man so calm? A. He thinks it useless to worry. B. He knows how to solve the problem. C. He has been in the same situation before. 16. What does the man ask the woman to do in the end? A. Cancel her appointment. B. Talk about music. 听下面一段独白,回答第 17 至 20 题。 17. How does the speaker usually prepare for the exam? A. By studying with her friends. B. By sticking to a timetable. C. By making a plan. 18. Why was the speaker once late for the exam? A. She overslept at home. B. She missed her bus stop. C. She took the wrong bus. 19. What does the speaker usually do during the exam? A. She finishes the test quickly. B. She arranges time reasonably. C. She works out the first question slowly. 20. What does the speaker really dislike after the exam? A. Discussing the answers. B. Talking about the scores. C. Dealing with the stress from her parents.

C. Introduce herself.

II.单项选择(共 15 小题;每小题 1 分,满分 15 分) 21. When the spaceship traveled above , ______new looking earth appeared before us , ______earth that we had never seen before. A. a;the B. the;an C. /;the D. a;an 22. ______from the top of the mountain, the village looks like a small box. A. Seen B. Being seen C. To see D. Seeing 23. The opening ceremony of the Olympic Games will be broadcast ______ this weekend. You can expect an exactly ______ night. A. alive; lovely B. live; lively C. live; alive D. lovely; lively 24. The scientists are beating their brains, trying to ______ a solution to the problem. A. look up to B. live up to C. come up with D. keep up with 25. Your _______ as a student will be excellent if you develop a habit of reflecting on how you learn. A. operation B. performance C. growth D.character 26. — Do you remember the first time we met? —At that time you ______us a lecture. A. had given B. were giving C. have given D. gave 27. Never______ such a difficult problem. It took me almost half an hour to work it out.
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A. had I come across B. I had come across C. did I come across D. I did come across 28. From what she has done we can predict that she is ______enough to make up her own decision and behave in a proper way. A. positive B. severe C. mature D. admirable 29. —Jack is not in the office at the moment —Oh, he ______ those who are going to take the driving test in an hour. A. can have instructed B. must have instructed C. must be instructing D. will be instructing 30. My mom, who didn’t allow me to smoke, ______ when she caught me smoking. A. was over the moon B. was as busy as a bee C. was all ears D. flew off the handle 31. I followed the man in a blue jacket thirty meters ______ me and watched him enter the hall. A. apart from B. ahead of C. in the front of D. at the back of 32. The professor ______ his voice to make himself ______. A. rose; heard B. rose; hearing C. raised; heard D. raised; hear 33. Here we have beef, fish and fruit. Help yourself to ______ you like. A. whichever B. however C. whatever D. whenever 34. Don’t leave the chairs about, or you may ______ them at night. A. take over B. turn over C. come over D. trip over 35. — Could you do me a favor to carry the baggage? — ______. A. Yes, I could B. With pleasure C. It’s my pleasure D. Great III. 完形填空 (共 20 小题;每小题 1 分,满分 20 分) The story I’m going to tell truly happened in my life. The other day, I met a man outside the gym who 36 a movie star. He was handsome and smiling. His upper body was muscular(肌肉发达的)and he 37 to be on top of the world. “How are you?” I 38 with a smile. “I’m doing really well,” he replied in a cheerful voice. His enthusiasm and big smile 39 the parking garage. 40 as he walked up, I 41 his long legs were thin and I saw he had a silver cane (手杖). “Why do you need that cane?” I couldn’t 42 thinking he had a minor injury. “I have MS,” he answered in a 43 voice too, as if his broad smile 44 left his face. Multiple Sclerosis(多发性硬化症)is a very serious disease and often painful. I looked at him from my little red sports car and said, “You 45 it very well. You seem like a happy man 46 the MS.” Without losing a bit of his smile he replied, “I am a happy man,” and then added, “I’d be even happier if I had that sports 47 .” It was ironic (讽刺的). Just 48 we spoke, I’d been sitting in that little sports car, feeling sad about my painful shoulder over the last 11 months as I was 49 after an operation. Here’s a man with a 50 far tougher than mine, but his positive attitude made him feel no less happiness. He went on with his 51 of life as usual, which moved me deeply. It was also a wonderful reminder of that old 52 , “I cried because I had no shoes. Then I met a man who had no feet.” 53 your problems, just keep in 54 that none of us goes through life 55 and you should make the most of what you have, like the man with MS. Count your blessings.
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36. A. stared at 37. A. conducted 38. A. questioned 39. A. lit up 40. A. So 41. A. watched 42. A. want 43. A. cheerful 44. A. sometimes 45. A. solve 46. A. in spite of 47. A. gym 48. A. when 49. A. recovering 50. A. direction 51. A. anxiety 52. A. story 53. A. Whatever 54. A. head 55. A. completely

B. talked about C. agreed with B. appeared C. performed B. advised C. complained B. put up C. held up B. And C. But B. noticed C. examined B. set C. wait B. careful C. wonderful B. seldom C. never B. handle C. predict B. in return for C. due to B. hospital C. coat B. until C. before B. mourning C. separating B. location C. situation B. disappointment C. enjoyment B. news C. saying B. However C. Whichever B. brain C. heart B. easily C. hardly

D. looked like D. pretended D. greeted D. kept up D. Though D. checked D. help D. painful D. always D. deal D. aside from D. car D. since D. benefiting D. position D. excitement D. lesson D. Whenever D. mind D. gradually

IV. 阅读理解 (共 20 小题;每小题 1.5 分,满分 30 分) A Expressions about water are almost as common as water itself. But many of the expressions using water have unpleasant meanings. The expression “to be in hot water” is one of them. It is a very old expression. “Hot water” was used 500 years ago to mean being in trouble. One story says it got that meaning from the custom of throwing extremely hot water down on enemies attacking a castle. That no longer happens. But we still get in “hot water”. When we are in “hot water”, we are in trouble. It can be any kind of trouble---serious or not so serious. A person who breaks a law can be in hot water with the police. A young boy can be in hot water with his mother if he walks in the house with dirty shoes. Being in “deep water” is almost the same as being in hot water. When you are in deep water, you are in a difficult position. Imagine a person who cannot swim being thrown in water over his head. You are in deep water when you are facing a problem that you do not have the ability to solve. You can be in deep water, for example, if you invest in stocks without knowing anything about the stock market. “To keep your head above water” is a colorful expression that means staying out of debt. A company seeks to keep its head above water during economic hard times. A man who loses his job tries to keep his head above water until he finds a new job. “Water over the dam” is another expression about a past event. It is something that is finished. It cannot be changed. The expression comes from the idea that water that has flowed over a dam cannot be brought back again. Another common expression, “to hold water”, is about the strength or weakness of an idea or
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opinion that you may be arguing about. It probably comes from a way of testing the condition of a container. If it can hold water, it is strong and has no holes in it. If your argument can hold water, it is strong and does not have any holes. If it does not hold water, then it is weak and not worth debating. “Throwing cold water” also is an expression that deals with ideas or proposals. It means that one doesn’t like an idea. For example, you want to buy a new car because the old one has some problems. But your wife throws cold water on the idea because she says a new car costs too much. This is our Special English program, WORDS AND THEIR STORIES. It was written by Marilyn Christiano. I’m Rich Kleinfeldt. See you next time. 56. According to the passage, expressions about water __________. A. are very common B. have unpleasant meanings C. are very interesting D. are easy to understand 57. The expression “hot water” _________. A. is not used nowadays B. has a long history C. means arguing with others D. only means serious trouble 58. Which of the following expressions have the similar meaning? A. “Throwing cold water” and “deep water” B. “Hot water” and “water over the dam” C. “Deep water” and “water over the dam” D. “Hot water” and “deep water” 59. If you signed an agreement with Tom yesterday and want to change it now, Tom may say “_______”. A. You should keep your head above water B. You can’t throw cold water C. It is water over the dam D. Don’t be in deep water 60. What would be the best title for the passage? A. Water B. Expressions about water C. Several common expressions D. Water and everyday English B I had a perfect life. No one died; no one was sick; we were all happy and loving life. Then I discovered my grandfather had cancer. No matter how much I told myself he could live, and that he might not die, somehow I still felt as if it was a death sentence. He was so young, only 63. He fought so hard. Whenever I feel my own life taking a turn for the worse, as if things will never get better, I remember how many years he lived fighting such a scary and difficult disease. He died with a huge party going on around him, with all his friends and family. They ate and I honestly didn’t know how to cope. I never cried alone. I had the compassion (同情) of my friends and the support of my family and teachers. I just remembered my grandfather ’s wish that we should celebrate his life. That’s how we came up with the idea for Hives for Lives----a business my sister and I started where all the profits go to the American Cancer Society (ACS). We sell honey, honeycomb, beeswax candles and lip balm, which all come from our beehives in Virginia. It started out small, 2 years ago, with just an idea. During our first year we donated more than $2,000 to the ACS. The next year a man who belonged to my grandparents’ bee club willed his honey to us, and our little business grew. We sold at craft fairs, wine festivals, schools, and to anyone else who would buy! We had my uncle sell in California and my grandmother sell in Chicago. We have sold honey in 13 states---even in Puerto Rico. This year we donated more than $10,000 to the ACS and we’re hoping to do more next year. Hopefully our business will help find a cure or just improve the life of someone with cancer.
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I feel like Hives for Lives is a way to honor my grandfather. Honor his love, his life and his strength. With Hives for Lives reminding me of my grandfather every day, I feel as if I can move on in life, that he will always be alive in my heart and memories. It made me capable of coping with his death, because I felt like I had truly honored his wish of celebrating his life. I have made his spirit everlasting through the business and I honor him every day. He always taught me to make the best of things. Well, grandpa, that’s what I’m doing, for you. I hope he is smiling from heaven. 61. Reading the first two paragraphs, we know _________. A. the grandfather was sentenced to death B. cancer always attacks old people C. the sad news was quite beyond the author ’s expectation D. the author was sorry that their life was not perfect any more 62. When the author feels down in life, ________ will give him strength to overcome difficulties. A. his grandfather ’s encouraging words B. his grandfather ’s fighting against cancer C. his grandfather ’s wish before dying D. his grandfather ’s pitiful fate 63. When the grandfather died, __________. A. all felt relieved that he would never suffer any more B. his family and friends honored him more than ever C. the author was at a loss what to do for a time D. the author didn’t cry following his wish 64. Which of the following statements is true according to the text? A. The profits they make are all donated to the ACS. B. They struggle to develop their business without any help. C. They have helped find a cure for those with cancer. D. All their relatives joined in their activity. 65. What’s the author ’s purpose of writing the text? A. To show us how he runs his business to help others. B. To tell us his way to deal with sadness. C. To tell us the importance of self-control in the face of sadness. D. To tell us to learn from his grandfather. C Fear is an emotion like others such as happiness, anger, hurt, sadness. We need emotions to process information we receive and decide how to respond. Being afraid of fast cars, for example, is something that might protect us from harm. Being afraid of the consequence of a choice may prevent us getting into trouble. Fears in young children commonly center on certain animals like snakes or big dogs. Fears are caused often because of experiences or ideas expressed by others, and at times, the media. Many normal fears during the early years, like men with beards, or large dogs, disappear with age. Those relating to personal failure and ridicule (嘲笑) remain through adulthood and may need special help to overcome. Children’s fears are often trivial, but that doesn’t mean they should be ignored. They need to be recognized and accepted as real for that child. Only when we help children understand their fears can they grow normally in their ability to deal with them.
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Research shows that as a child grows up, the center of his fears changes a lot. Things like divorce, a teacher who “shouted at me”, people with guns, bullies, big boys, or “making fun of me” top the list of childhood fears. We can not always prevent these experiences from happening, but it’s essential that children be allowed to freely express their emotions without judgment. Sympathy and a caring listener will help ease the pain of these fears. Read books and stories to your child about children who have experienced similar fears. This helps children talk about their fears and find ways to cope. With all emotions, fears become less of a problem for children as they gain self-confidence and they find that fear is normal and can be dealt with. 66. According to Paragraph 2, we can know that fears in young children_______. . A. only center on frightening animals B. are not born but learned C. can make sure of their safety D. need special help to deal with 67. The underlined word “trivial” in the third paragraph probably means “_______”. A. small B. serious C. harmful D. common 68. In dealing with children’s fears, the final goal of the parents is to _______. A. stop unpleasant experiences happening to children B. let children know about the nature of fear C. create an environment where there is nothing to fear D. develop children’s ability to treat their fear on their own 69. From the passage we can learn that ________ . A. some childhood fears may have a lasting influence B. children should avoid the media to reduce their fear C. fears can be judged according to the environment D. children with similar fears can communicate easily 70. What’s the best title for this passage? A. How to Overcome Children’s Fears B. Children’s Fears C. The kind of Children’s Fears D. The Bad Effects of Fears

D As they migrate (迁移), butterflies and moths choose the winds they want to fly with, and they change their body positions if they start floating in the wrong direction. This new finding suggests that insects may employ some of the same methods that birds use for traveling long distances. Scientists have long thought that insects were simply at the mercy of the wind. Fascinating as their skills of flight are, migrating behavior has been difficult to study in insects because many long distant trips happen thousands of feet above ground. Only recently have scientists developed technologies that can detect (测出) such little creatures at such great heights. To their surprise, though, the insects weren’t passive travelers on the winds. In autumn, for example, most light winds blew from the east, but the insects somehow sought out ones that carried them south and they positioned themselves to navigate directly to their wintering homes. Even in the spring, when most winds flowed northward, the insects didn’t always go with the flow. If breezes weren’t blowing in the exact direction they wanted to go, the insects changed their body positions to compensate (补偿). Many migrating birds do the same thing. The study also found, butterflies and moths actively flew within the air streams that pushed them
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along. By adding flight speeds to wind speeds, the scientists calculated that butterflies and moths can travel as fast as 100 kilometers an hour. The findings may have real-world applications. With climate warming, migrating insects are growing in number. Knowing how and when these pests move could help when farmers decide when to spray their crops. 71. What’s the main idea of the text? A. Insects migrate with the seasons. B. Wind helps insects greatly in migrating. C. Windsurfing insects have real direction. D. Scientists have trouble in observing insects. 72. Scientists originally thought that ________. A. insects always waited for their favorable winds B. insects chose the winds they wanted to ride C. insects were just blown about by the wind D. insects positioned themselves in the winds 73. It is not easy to study the migrating behavior of the insects because ________. A. the little creatures can fly very fast B. they have no regular migrating courses C. the wind’s direction is hard to foresee D. their flight is long and high above ground 74. We can learn from the text that _________. A. insects fly in the way birds do B. insects travel more easily in autumn C. insects never position themselves when flying low D. insects rest a lot when the wind pushes them along 75.According to the passage, the findings can__________. A. increase insects in number B.instruct farmers when to spray C. prevent climate warming D.help protect insects V. 单词拼写(共 10 小题;每小题 0.5 分,满分 5 分) 1. We should never play tricks on the people who are d____________. 2. My father has finally q____________ smoking after learning its harm. 3. This email called for an i____________ reply, because it was very urgent. 4. Compared with the t____________ pleasure, happiness is a deep feeling of joy that often lasts a long time. 5. There are a v____________ of different styles of stand-up comedy, such as telling jokes, relying on visual humor and so on. 6. Nowadays more and more f____________, whatever nationalities they are, come to China, and make great contributions to developing the country. 7. Since she got the i____________ to the wedding ceremony, she has been considering what gift she will present to the new couple. 8. All of the students are encouraged to p____________ in the activity organized by the English club. 9. Jane was so angry that she t____________ her boyfriend’s letter into pieces.
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10. The newly-elected chairman is very familiar with the p____________ of conducting a meeting. VI. 句子翻译 (共 5 小题;每小题 2 分,满分 10 分) 1. 我们开始意识到了友谊的重要性,那是一种被描绘成既纯洁又温暖的情感。 We begin to __________ __________ __________ the importance of friendship, which can __________ __________ __________ pure and warm. 2. 我曾为继续深造或找工作左右为难,但我别无选择,最后还是找了一份安稳的工作养家 糊口。 I ___________ ___________ ___________ further education and job-hunting, but finally I __________ __________ ___________ ___________ to get a secure job for my family. 3. 无论多难,他还是希望循着父亲的足迹去帮助那些困境中的人。 __________ __________ it is, he hopes to __________ __________ __________ __________ _________ his father to help those in trouble. 4. 约翰很快适应了国外的学习生活。尽管他历经磨难,却依然保持积极乐观的状态。 John __________ __________ the study life abroad quickly. Despite all the difficulties he came across, he still __________ __________. 5. 卓别林从无声电影起家,直到今天,他的大部分电影还深受各年龄段人群的喜爱。 Charlie Chaplin __________ __________ _________ in silent films, most of which __________ __________ __________ all age groups even today. VII. 短文改错 (共 10 小题;每小题 1 分,满分 10 分) 下面短文中有 10 处语言错误。请在有错误的地方增加、删除或修改某个单词。 增加:在缺词处加一个漏词符号(∧) ,并在其下面写上该加的词。 删除:把多余的词用斜线(\)划掉。 修改:在错的词下划一横线,并在该词下面写上修改后的词。 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 11 处起)不计分。 Once, a man got on a bus to New York. Because he did not want to pay, so he hid in the toilet. But a passenger saw her. She tapped the person in front of her on the shoulder and say, “There’s a bum (流浪汉) in the toilet. Tell the bus driver.” The message was passing on from person to person. But somewhere along the way, it was changed. The bus driver told that there was a bomb in the toilet. He immediate stopped the bus and telephoned the police. Before the police came, they told the passengers to get into the bus and stay far away. Then they closed the highway, as a result of whom a 15-mile-long traffic jam was soon caused. With the help of the dog, the police searched for two hours. Of course they found no bomb. VIII. 附加题(共 5 小题;每小题 1 分,满分 5 分) 下面文章中有 5 处需要添加小标题。请从以下选项(A、B、C、D、E 和 F)中选出符合各段意 思的小标题。选项中有一项是多余选项。 A. Make an intentional choice B. Drop anger and resentment C. Invest in the best D. Practice self-acceptance
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E. Live in a state of appreciation F. Enjoy your life Steps to True Happiness Happiness comes from within. Being content requires living from within, putting more focus on personal values, and loving others. Happiness is more about internal qualities than external stuff. It’s more about inclusion than separation. Happiness isn’t something you search for or go after, it’s a moment by moment decision you make. Anyone can become a happier person because happiness begets(引发)happiness. However it does take a lot of effort. Read on for steps to carry out your personal happiness plan: 1. ___________________ Happiness is an intentional choice. Each morning tell yourself, “I’m happy today.” Take daily responsibility for your happiness quotient (指数). Choose to enjoy the next 24 hours, then the next, and the next. If nothing else ever changes in your life, know that in spite of everything, you can be happy. Make a commitment to happiness, be happy now. 2. ___________________ Honor your uniqueness. Dance with your spirit and reach for the stars. Shine your light on your quirkiness (突变). Appreciate your magnificent talent and enormous wisdom, and use them to make the world a better place. Stop chasing happiness. When you stop pursuing about a better job, a bigger home, a smaller body, joy bubbles to the surface. Happiness isn’t something you chase or become in a distant future. Happiness is all that you are right now. 3. ____________________ The best investment (投资) you can make is in the relationships you have with your family, friends, colleagues, and community. Communicate. Spend time together. Join in volunteering, a feel-good activity. As you enrich the lives of others you enrich your own. Strong connections to others increase your well-being. Chasing happiness causes you to miss the happiness right under your nose. Extend love to others today. Notice how good it makes you feel. 4. ____________________ Learning to be grateful throughout the day will change the way you interpret life. It changes your brain and opens your heart. Writing down your gratitude list helps solidify it in your brain. The more you express gratitude, the more you find to be grateful for. Happiness isn’t acquiring something or in some future event. Gratitude is found in the present moment and then happiness follows. 5. _____________________ Forgiveness is giving up being a victim. It turns “poor me” into “free me”. You create your own suffering, stress, and misery by your need to be right. When you hold on to resentment, you miss the present by reliving stories of the past. Happiness dwells in a loving heart and a healed past. Decide to see things differently. Don’t worry about how to forgive. Instead, choose to be a forgiving person.

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2013 学年度第二学期高二英语期始试卷答案 I. 听力(共 20 小题;每小题 0.5 分,满分 10 分) 1—5 CBAAB 6—10 BAABA 11—15 BCBAA 16—20 CCBCA Text 1 M: I can’t decide which route to take to Vegas, the northern route, the southern route or… W: If you take the western route, there are a lot of beautiful landscapes on the way. Text 2 M: Do you think it would be possible for me to get next Thursday off? W: Is it an emergency? We’re going to hold an important meeting next Thursday. M: Not really,my parents are coming into town and I hope to play golf with my father that day. W: In that case, I think you’d better change the date. Text 3 W: I went to see the new film with Nicole Kidman. Have you seen it? M: No, I can’t spare the time recently. I’ll try it next week. Is it good? W: Not bad. Oh, take some tissues though. I cried loads. Text 4 M: I really have to thank Philip for letting me use this office. It’s a real big help! W: Please don’t mention Philip. He’s off at a Zurich conference, and I’m stuck here with a double patient load. Text 5 M: What did you do with your computer? W: Nothing, but it wouldn’t work. M: I’m afraid we don’t have any more of these models.You can get a refund with your receipt. Text 6 W: Where are you going? M: I’m going to the gym to lift weights. Want to come? W: No, thanks. I’m going to prepare for my chemistry mid-term. Do you usually just lift weights? M: No, I lift to get stronger. Then I swim to help my heart and lungs. And I jump rope to improve my balance. W: Wow, I wish I had that much training. M: Start slowly and a little more each day. W: Thanks. Well, have fun. Text 7 M: Morning, Mrs. Jones! W: Morning! What’s wrong? M: Well, I’ve made a list here of all the things that are already in my job description and I’m very happy with that. What I’m not really comfortable with are all the extra duties that I’m having to take on at the moment. W: Do you need someone to help you? M: To be honest, I’m OK about doing the extra work. I just feel that some sort of a salary increase would be appropriate. W: I can’t make a decision right now. But I’ll look at the details and tell you the results next week. Alright? M: OK.
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Text 8 W: In the end, we chose David. He wasn’t ideal, but there was nobody else who we interviewed that we liked…. M: But we really regret it now. He’s really anti-social; he stays in his room all day reading. W: That’s true. It feels like that he’s superior to us. M: He doesn’t leave his dirty clothes around, that’s one good thing, I suppose. W: The food he makes is disgusting. I’d like to share meals but with him it’s impossible--- he only eats frozen rubbish. And then sometimes he takes my food without asking, which is annoying. M: He always gives his opinions about smoking when I smoke, as if he was the adult and I was the kid. W: And he is cruel to animals. The other day I caught him kicking one of the cats…. Poor thing! M: At least he’s going soon. There’re only six weeks left. Text 9 W: Oh, no. This can’t be happening! M: Hmm, I wonder what’s going on. W: I’m going to ring the alarm. I told them weeks ago to check it. I should have taken the stairs. M: Do you mean this has happened before? W: Yeah. It was a few weeks ago, but I wasn’t in here…. Oh, if I’m stuck here a long time, I don’t know what I’m going to do. M: Well, don’t cry out loud, don’t lose your head. Calm down. I’m sure they’ll get this thing started again as soon as they can. W: You know, I knocked myself out to be on time for an appointment, and now look. M: Complaining isn’t going to help. Just calm down and be thankful that we have some company. W: Actually, you’re right. But how can you be so calm? Has this ever happened to you? M: No, this is my first time. But why should I panic? What good would it do? I’d rather pass the time in here pleasantly. W: How can that be possible? M: Well, we could use our phones to listen to music, read e-books or…. Hey, why don’t we just sit down and tell me about yourself? W: OK. Text 10 W: Exam! The word makes me feel ill! I’ve never worked well under exam pressure. I try to be sensible about my revision techniques but it never seems to work. The first thing I do is tidy my desk. Anyway, once my desk is in order, the next thing I do is make a timetable of which subjects I’m going to study, on which days. I also plan how long I’ll spend on each one and how much I should get done. But unfortunately I never stick to this. I normally end up finding something much more interesting to do, like watching TV. I sometimes get a few classmates round for revision, but we often start chatting or playing games. So in the end I usually leave everything till the last minute. When it gets to the night before the exam, I’m usually in a complete panic and end up staying up all night studying. One time I fell asleep on the bus on the way to the exam centre and was late for the exam! Nightmare! The thing that really gets me about exams is the timing. I always work out how much time I’ve got for each question then end up spending far too long on the first question and have
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to rush through the rest. I really hate it when you come out of the exam room and everyone starts saying “ What did you put for number 2?” It just stresses me out so I avoid everyone, go straight home and try not to think about it until the results come out! II. 单项选择(共 15 小题;每小题 1 分,满分 15 分) 21-25 DABCB 26-30 BACCD 31-35 BCADB III. 完形填空 (共 20 小题;每小题 1 分,满分 20 分) 36-40 DBDAC 41-45 BDACB 46-50 ADCAC 51-55 CCADB IV. 阅读理解 (共 20 小题;每小题 1.5 分,满分 30 分) 56-60 ABDCB 61-65 CBCAB 66-70 BADAB 71-75 CCDAB V. 单词拼写(共 10 小题;每小题 0.5 分,满分 5 分) 1. disabled 2. quit/quitted 3. instant/immediate 4. temporary 5. variety 6. foreigners 7. invitation 8. participate 9. tore 10. procedure VI. 句子翻译 (共 5 小题;每小题 2 分,满分 10 分) 1. be aware of; be described as 2. felt /was caught between; had no choice but 3.However difficult; follow in the footsteps of 4. adapted to; stayed positive 5. got his start; are popular with/among VII. 短文改错 (共 10 小题;每小题 1 分,满分 10 分) 第一行:so 去掉 第二行:her 改成 him; say 改成 said 第三行:passing 改成 passed 第四行:加 was 第五行:immediate 改成 immediately 第六行:Before 改成 When/ After; into 改成 off; 第七行:whom 改成 which 第八行:the 改成 a VIII. 附加题(共 5 小题;每小题 1 分,满分 5 分) 1-5 ADCEB

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