I. Listening Comprehension

Section A

Directions: In Section A, you will hear ten short conversations between two speakers. At the end of each conversation, a question will be asked about what was said. The conversations and the questions will be spoken only once. After you hear a conversation and the question about it, read the four possible answers on your paper, and decide which one is the best answer to the question you have heard.

1. A. At 12:30. B. At 13:00. C. At 13:30. D. At 14:00.

2. A. In a hospital. B. In a police station.

C. In a garage.

D. In a post-office.

3. A. Wash clothes. B. Clean the backyard.

C. Sit in the backyard.

D. Enjoy the tea.

4. A. He doesn’t want to watch TV tonight. B. He prefers to watch the baseball game.

C. He’d rather see the movie.

D. He hasn’t decided what to watch tonight.

5. A. How to check computer files. B. How to write computer programs.

C. How to apply for a computer course.

D. How to assemble a computer.

6. A. She thinks it wrong to choose either of the books.

B. She finds it difficult to choose one from the two books.

C. She thinks either of the books will be Ok.

D. She doesn’t like either of the two books.

7. A. The application has been delayed for a week.

B. The job has been offered to someone else.

C. The man is not suitable for the position.

D. The man lacks the relevant experience.

8. A. Ambitious. B. Diligent. C. Aggressive. D. Considerate.

9. A. She is strict with discipline. B. She has missed some lessons.

C. She can’t give good lessons.

D. She fails to behave herself.

10. A. Working conditions should be improved for the employees.

B. The employees should be satisfied with the present working conditions.

C. He doesn’t think the employees should have the protest.

D. He is doubtful about the effect of the employees’ action.

Section B

Directions: In Section B, you will hear two passages and a longer conversation, and you will be asked several questions on each of the passages and the conversation. The passages and conversation will be read twice, but the questions will be spoken only once. When you hear a question, read the four possible answers on your paper and decide which one is the best answer to the question you have heard.

Questions 11 through 13 are based on the following news.

11. A. A jewelry shop. B. Shops in the City Mall.

C. A parked truck.

D. A driver in the parking lot.

12. A. Leave the truck together. B. Run back to the truck without helmets.

C. Run back to the truck separately.

D. Leave the truck without helmets.

13. A. The truck was originally painted white.

B. The truck had no registration plate.

C. The truck disappeared from the parking lot.

D. The truck was covered with silver material.

Questions 14 through 16 are based on the following passage.

14. A. In order to protect the weak and old ones.

B. In order to show beautiful shape of them.

C. In order to maintain physical strength.

D. In order to keep teamwork spirit.

15. A. How the birds decide the order of the group.

B. How the birds decide the route of the group.

C. How the birds decide the time of flying of the group.

D. How the birds decide who takes charge of the group.

16. A. Birds’ ability to keep order. B. Birds’ flying pattern as a team.

C. Birds’ intention to migrate.

D. Birds’ skills to tell directions.

Questions 17 through 20 are based on the following conversation.

17. A. Beautiful scenery in the countryside. B. Cross-country skiing.

C. Dangers of winter sports.

D. Pain and pleasure in sports.

18. A. He can’t find good examples to illustrate his point.

B. He can’t find a peaceful place to do the assignment.

C. He can’t decide whether to include the effort part of skiing.

D. He doesn’t know how to describe the beautiful country scenery.

19. A. New ideas come up as you write. B. Much time is spent on collecting data.

C. It’s hard to find a proper topic.

D. The writer’s point of view often changes.

20. A. How to revise a paper in an academic manner.

B. How to polish your arguments in a paper.

C. How to tell the main ideas in a paper effectively.

D. How to decide on relevant content for a paper.

II. Grammar and Vocabulary

Section A

Directions: After reading the passage 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.

One steamy July afternoon in central Arkansas, I was working on an important project in my home office. My trusty printer was busy producing an important report (21) ______ it simply stopped. After fifteen minutes of trying to repair, I decided to buy a new printer. Upon my return, my heart froze to see my house on fire.

(22) ______ having spent much of my life writing, I was speechless when facing this situation. I was lost for adequate words (23) ______ (describe) the sick, sinking feeling of seeing my home, business, and belongings going up in flames along with photographs and memories (24) ______ (collect) over a lifetime. But the panic that filled my shocked heart in that awful moment was for the nine cats that shared my home after (25) ______ (rescue) from situations of ill-treatment and abandonment.

Responding to an early security-system warning, the amazing firefighters arrived immediately, (26) ______ the chemical smoke had already caused deaths. I examined and kissed each cat goodbye, extremely grateful that they had passed gently, without injuries or burns.

Only animal lovers really understand the unbelievable impact (27) ______ the loss of one beloved four-legged family member can have on your heart, mind and soul. The loss of so many dearly loved creatures sent me in great sorrow.

After staying with a friend of mine for a couple of weeks, I was relocated to a furnished apartment. One evening, about a month after moving in, I (28) ______ (occu py) in writing a mystery novel, and at that time a “meow” sounded from outside the apartment door. Was it my mind playing tricks again? More than once I had heard, seen or felt the brush of one of my departed furry roommates. The meow grew louder and more repetitive. Curious, I opened the door.

Sitting on the doorstep was a kitten with a black coat and alert eyes. A neighbor (29) ______ (walk) by picked him up and began petting him. When I remarked how cute her kitten was, she explained that it had been born under a bridge and looked around for food. This kitty-loving neighbor was quick to offer an extra litter box if I was interested in giving him a home. My immediate reaction was: “that’s all I need!” without hesitation she put the cute kitten down. I thanked her and closed the door, determined to just let him stay (30) ______ a real home could be found.

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. contrast

B. unknown

C. trapped

D. responsibility

E. willingness

F. external

G. sense

H. cease

I. encounter

J. indecisive

K. passive

There are two basic ways to see growth: one as a product, the other as a process. People have generally viewed personal growth as a(n) 31 result or product that can easily be identified and measured. The worker who gets a promotion, the student whose grades improve, the foreigner who learns a new language-all these are examples of people who have measurable results to show for their efforts.

By 32 , the process of personal growth is much more difficult to determine, since by definition it is a journey and not the specific signposts or landmarks along the way. The process is not the road itself, but rather the attitudes and feelings people have, their caution or courage, as we 33 new experiences and unexpected obstacles. In this process, the journey never really ends. There are always new ways to experience the world, new ideas to try, new challenges to accept.

In order to grow, to travel new roads, people need to have a 34 to take risks. And we are supposed to be ready to face the 35 , and to accept the possibility that we may “fail” at first. How we see ourselves as we try a new way of being is essent ial to our ability to grow. Do we perceive ourselves as quick and curious? If so, then we tend to take more chances and to be more open to unfamiliar experiences. Do we

think we’re 36 and shy? Then our 37 of shyness can cause us to hesitate, to move slowly, and not to take a step until we know the ground is safe. Do we think we’re slow to adapt to change or that we’re not smart enough to cope with a new challenge? Then we are likely to take a more 38 role or not try at all.

These feelings of insecurity and self-doubt are both unavoidable and necessary if we are to change and grow. We will 39 to grow, if we do not confront and overcome these internal fears and doubts, and if we protect ourselves too much. We become 40 inside a shell of our own making.

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.

To Apologize or Not to Apologize

Why difficult?

When we do wrong to someone we know, even not 41 , we are generally expected to apologize so as to improve the situation. But when we’re acting as leaders, the circumstances are 42 . The act of apology is carried out not merely at

the level of the

43 but also at the level of the institution. It is a performance in which every word or expression 44 , as they become part of the public record. Refusing to apologize can be smart, or it can be stupid. So, readiness to apologize can be seen as a sign

of strong character or as a sign of weakness.

Why now?

The question of whether leaders should apologize publicly has never been more 45 . During the last decade or so, the United States in particular has developed an apology culture—apologies of all kinds and for all sorts of wrongdoings are made far more 46 than before. More newspaper writers have written about the growing importance of 47 apologies. Meanwhile, more and more articles, advice columns,

and radio and television programs have similarly dealt with the subject of 48 apologies. Although they are not carried out in the public place, we can’t neglect the importance of this performance.

Why 49 ?

Why do we apologize? Why do we ever put ourselves in situations likely to be difficult, embarrassing, and even risky? Leaders who apologize publicly could be an easy target for

50 . They are expected to appear strong and capable. And whenever they make public statements of any kind, their individual and institutional reputations are in danger. Clearly, then, leaders should not apologize often. For a leader to express apology, there needs to be a strong 51 . Leaders will publicly apologize if and when they think the costs of doing so are lower than the costs of not doing so.

Why refuse?

Why is it that leaders so often try every means to 52 apologies, even when a public apology seems to be in order? Their reasons can be individual or institutional. Because leaders are public figures, their apologies are likely to be personally uncomfortable and even 53 risky. Apologies can be signals for admitting mistakes and mistakes can be indication of job insecurity. Leaders may also be afraid that 54 of a mistake will damage or destroy the organization for which they are responsible. There can be good reasons for hanging tough (硬撑) in tough situations, as we shall see, but it is a high-risk 55 .

41. A. immediately B. intentionally C. occasionally D. accidentally

42. A. simple B. ridiculous C. abnormal D. different

43. A. individual B. company C. family D. society

44. A. conflicts B. matters C. appeals D. deceives

45. A. urgent B. possible C. necessary D. simple

46. A. interestedly B. patiently C. frequently D. hopefully

47. A. faithful B. trusty C. immediate D. public

48. A. sincere B. acceptable C. private D. positive

49. A. bother B. reduce C. regret D. ignore

50. A. promotion B. criticism C. appreciation D. identification

51. A. personality B. will C. reason D. desire

52. A. attempt B. involve C. commit D. avoid

53. A. financially B. professionally C. academically D. physically

54. A. avoidance B. admission C. involvement D. elimination

55. A. fulfillment B. statement C. occupation D. strategy

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.


If your in-box is currently reporting unread messages in the hundreds or thousands, you might have a hard time believing the news: e-mail is on the decline.

At first thought, that might seem to be the case. The incoming generation, after all, doesn’t do e-mail. Oh, they might have an account. They use it only as we would use a fax machine: as a means to communicate with old-school folks like their parents or to fulfill the sign-up requirements of Web sites. They rarely check it, though.

Today’s instant electronic memos—such as texting and Facebook and Twitter messages—are more direct, more concentrated, more efficient. They go without the salutation (称呼语) and the signoff (签收); we already know the “to” and “from.” Many corporations are moving to messaging networks for exactly that reason: more signal, less noise and less time. This trend is further evidence that store-and-forward systems such as e-mail and voicemail are outdated. Instead of my leaving you a lengthy message that you pick up later, I can now send you an easily-read message that you can read—and respond to—on the go.

The coming of the mobile era is responsible for the decline of e-mail. Instant written messages bring great convince to people. They can deal with them at about any time: before a movie, in a taxi, waiting for lunch. And because these messages are very brief, they’re suitable for smart phone typing.

Does this mean e-mail is on its way to the dustbin of digital history? Not necessarily. E-mail still has certain advantages. On the other hand, tweets and texts feel ephemeral—you read them, then they’re gone, into an endless string, e-mail still feels like something you have and that you can file, search and return to later. It’s easy to imagine that it will continue to feel more appropriate for formal communications: agreements, important news, longer explanations.

So, e-mail won’t go away completely. Remember, we’ve been through a transition (过度) like this not so long ago: when e-mail was on the rise, people said that postal mail was dead. That’s not how it works. Postal ma il found its smaller

market, and so will e-mail. New technology rarely replaces old one completely; it just adds new alternatives.

56. What would the incoming generation like to do with their e-mail accounts?

A. Contact close friends.

B. Send long messages.

C. Fill in some forms.

D. Communicate with their colleagues.

57. Which of the following is mainly discussed in paragraphs 3 and 4?

A. The possible reasons behind the decline of e-mail.

B. The likes and dislikes of the young generation.

C. The rapid development of e-communication channels.

D. Evidence about the uncertain future of easily-consumed messages.

58. What does the underlined word “ephemeral” in paragraph 5 mean?

A. Automatically-sending.

B. Randomly-written.

C. Hardly- recognized.

D. Shortly-appearing.

59. According to the passage, which of the following statements is true?

A. It’s too early to determine the decline of e-mail.

B. E-mail has reasons to exist on its own advantages.

C. E-mail, just like postal mail has come to its end.

D. We should feel sorry for the decline of e-mail.


The Film: The Great Gatsby (Based on Fitzgerald’s Novel The Great Gatsby )

Director: Baz Luhrmann Cast: Leonardo DiCaprio as Jay Gatsby

Film Reviews:

If you never read the c lassic F. Scott Fitzgerald’s novel The Great Gatsby, now

is your chance to catch up — by watching the latest film adaptation. Because if there’s one sentence to sum up the film, it would be: It’s just like the book.

The use of music is almost reason enough to see the film. Baz Luhrmann is at his best mixing visual and musical styles together to create something wholly original, for example, in one of the most outstanding scenes in the film, the first party scene, Nick walks quickly from one party guest to another party guest trying to explain all

the gossip about Gatsby until he is finally introduced to the man himself, while the most stirring version of Rhapsody in Blue (蓝色狂想曲), which was composed by American musician George Gershwin in 1924, is played in the background.

─ Fox News

Director Baz Luhrmann’s main challenge was either to find a visual equivalent (相等物) for Fitzgerald’s elegant quality -- the open secret of the book’s popularity for so long time – or to match his own unusual personal strengths with the material. He tries it both ways, with considerable degrees of success.

DiCaprio does a good and professional job as the socialite (上流社会人士) by recreating Fitzgerald’s description of Gatsby’s charm. He can look at someone for an instant and understand how, perfectly, he or she wants to be seen.

─ Time Magazine

About the Book and the Main Character:

Considered to be Fitzgerald’s representative work, The Great Gatsby explores themes of idealism, resistance to change, social change, and excess, creating a portrait of the Jazz Age or the Roaring Twenties that has been described as a tale regarding the American Dream.

Nick, the narrator, moves to New York for the summer to visit his cousin Daisy. His next-door neighbor is Jay Gatsby (Leonardo DiCaprio), who rarely contacts with others and is said to be a hero of the Great War. Gatsby claims to have attended Oxford University, but the evidence is suspect. As Nick learns more about Gatsby, every detail about him seems questionable, except his love for the Daisy. Though Daisy is married, Gatsby still loves her as his “golden girl”. They first met when she was a young lady from a wealthy family and he was a working-class military officer. Daisy promised to wait for his return from the war. However, she married Tom, a classmate of Nick’s. Having obtained a great fortune, Gatsby sets out to win her back again.

60. The Fox News review mentioned the first party scene in the film to


A. reveal the fact that Nick wants to know more about Gatsby

B. show the version of Rhapsody in Blue matches the film well

C. prove that the director is good at combining visual and music

D. convince us that the first scene is perfectly shot by the director

61. According to Time Magazine, what did Baz Luhrmann do to make the film a success?

A. He adapted the story in the novel as he wished.

B. He made the film more powerful than the book.

C. He mixed his style with the elegance of the book.

D. He changed the story to meet his own style.

62. Which of the following can be used to describe Gatsby?

A. Faithful and warm-hearted.

B. Charming and professional.

C. Selfish and charming.

D. Mysterious and devoted.


The British Medical Journal recently featured a strong response to what was judged an inappropriately merciful reaction by a medical school to a student cheating in an examination. Although we have insufficient reliable data about the extent of this phenomenon, its prevention, or its effective management, much can be concluded and acted upon on the basis of common sense.

There is general agreement that there should be zero tolerance of cheating in a profession based on trust and one on which human lives depend. It is reasonable to assume that cheaters in medical school will be more likely than others to continue to act dishonestly with patients, colleagues, and government.

The behaviours under question are multifactorial in origin. There are familial (家庭的), religious, and cultural values that are acquired long before medical school. For example, countries, cultures, and subcultures exist where bribes and dishonest behaviour are very normal. There are secondary schools in which neither staff nor students tolerate cheating and others where cheating is common; there are homes which cultivate young people with high standards of moral behaviour and others which leave moral training to the harmful influence of television and the market place.

Medical schools reflect society and cannot be expected to remedy all the ills of a society. The selection process of medical students might be expected to favour applicants with positive moral behaviour. Medical schools should be the major focus of attention for cultivating future doctors with moral sensitivity. Unfortunately there are troubling data that suggest that during medical school the moral behaviour of medical students does not necessarily improve; indeed, moral development may actually stop or even regress (倒退).

It is critical that the academic and clinical leaders of the institution set a personal example on moral behaviour. Medical schools must do something to make sure that their students are expected to be clear from day one. The development of a school’s culture of moral behaviour requires cooperation with the students in which they play

an active role in its creation and developing. Moreover, the school’s examination system and general treatment of students must be fair. Finally, the treatment of infractions (违规) must be firm, fair, transparent (透明的).

63. What does the author say about cheating in medical schools?

A. Extensive research has been done about this phenomenon.

B. We have sufficient data to prove that prevention is possible.

C. We know that this phenomenon exists in every medical school.

D. We still need more reliable data to know how serious it is.

64. According to the author, it is important to prevent cheating in medical schools because ________.

A. The medical profession is based on trust

B. There is zero tolerance of cheating in medicine

C. The medical profession depends on the government

D. Cheating exists extensively in medical schools

65. Which of the following statements will the author probably agree with?

A. Medical schools should make a less competitive environment for students.

B. Outstanding people should create a set of moral standards to be followed.

C. Medical students should be positive in creating and preserving moral behavior.

D. We don’t know the cause-and-effect of the examination cheating in medical school.

66. Which of the following can be implied from the passage?

A. It makes little sense to talk about medical school student cheating in exams.

B. Medical schools haven’t been doing well to help students develop morally.

C. Cheating in exams is tolerable outside of medical school circle.

D. Elimination of exams helps cultivate healthier characters of medical school students.

Section C

Directions: Read the following passage carefully. Fill in each blank with a proper sentence given in the box. Each sentence can be used only once. Note that there are two more sentences than you need.

A. If you associate with distinguished people, you are likely to find yourself with better opportunities.

B. Challenge yourself to expand your business knowledge through interactions with people at regular time.

C. In addition, the chances, if any, are low that you can find a satisfactory job in an economic situation like this.

D. Once you have a couple of targets, think about why and what interests you.

E. That is to say, the people you keep company with determine your character development.

F. Job searching under pressure often results in nervous interviewing and decision-making from relatively few options.

The worst time to look for a job is when you feel desperate and must have a new one immediately. 67 If you are not in need of an immediate career change, here are ways you can improve your long-term career prospects today:

Identify at least two different roles. You do not have to be qualified for these positions today, nor do they have to exist in your company. However, these roles should be related to your current skill set. They are career options that look interesting. 68 Pay close attention to what appeals to you, and write it down. This will give insight into your motivations and targets.

Subscribe to a career specific magazine. Knowledge is power in the workplace. All businesses must stay relevant to their customers in order to win the competitions and increase revenue (收益). Reading about industry trends, advancements and success stories keeps you in touch with market conditions. This information allows you to see which companies and professionals are leading the pack. You can follow their examples in your own workplace.


Do exceptional work. In any role, there is a way to perform at your best. Look for ways to deliver a top performance. Show up early, be flexible to new assignments, have a positive attitude, cooperate with other departments, pay attention to the little details.

Be professionally curious. Talk to people about their careers. Learn more about how success is measured in other roles, departments and companies. Ask people their thoughts on different industries. 70 People hire people. You never know what connections may be relevant when you start your next job search, so develop a habit

of making good connections no matter where you go. Take the time to learn about others, and be helpful when you can.

As in all things in life, getting in front of a difficult task early is always less stressful than reacting to a career surprise. Changing jobs is to be expected. No matter how secure you feel today, the time will come when either you or your employer decide it is time to change.

IV. Summary Writing

Directions: Read the following passage. Summarize the main idea and the main points of the passage in no more than 60 words. Use your own words as far as possible.

There are various means consumers can do if they find that an item they bought is faulty or in some other way does not live up to the manufacturer’s claims. A simple and common method used by many consumers is to complain directly to the store manager. In general, the “higher up” his or her complaint, the faster he or she can expect it to be settled. In such a case, it is usually settled in the consumer’s favor, assuming he or she has a just claim.

Consumers should complain in person whenever possible, but if they cannot get to the place of purchase, it is acceptable to phone or write the complaint in a letter.

Complaining is usually most effective when it is done politely but firmly, and especially when the consumer can demonstrate what is wrong with the item in question. If this cannot be done, the consumer will succeed best by presenting specific information as to what is wrong, rather than by making general statements. For example, “The left speaker does not work at all and the sound coming out of the right one is unclear” is better than “This stereo does not work”. The store manager may advice the consumer to write to the manufacturer. If so, the consumer should do this, stating the complaint as politely and firmly as possible. If a polite complaint does not achieve the desired result, the consumer can go to a step further. She or he can threaten to take the seller to court or report the seller to a private or public organization responsible for protecting consumer’s rights.

V. Translation

Directions: Translate the following sentences into English, using the words given in the brackets.

72. 看孩子们在沙滩上打排球很有趣。(fun)

73. 我刚交卷就意识到少回答了一个问题。(Hardly…)

74. 由于需要做彻底修改,这本书暂时不会出版。 (revise)

75. 由于对潜在的困难估计不足,当实验进展不顺时他一筹莫展。(prepare)

76. 公共场所全面禁烟有助于人们养成健康的生活习惯,并能有效预防某些疾病的发生。 (prevent)

VI. Guided Writing

Directions: Write an English composition in 120 - 150 words according to the instructions given below in Chinese.












I. Listening Comprehension


1. B

2. C

3. A

4. B

5. D

6. C

7. B

8. B

9. A 10. D

11. A 12. D 13. A 14. C 15.D 16. B 17. B 18. C 19. A 20. D

评分标准: 第1至10小题每题1分;第11—20小题每题2分。

II. Grammar and Vocabulary

Section A


21. when 22. Despite/Although 23. to describe 24. collected 25. being rescued

26. but 27. that/which 28. was occupied 29. Walking 30. until

评分标准: 1、第23题及28题可或略大小写。


Section B


31. F 32. A 33. I 34. E 35. B 36. J 37. G 38. K 39. H 40. C

评分标准: 每小题1分

III. Reading Comprehension

Section A


41. B 42. D 43. A 44. B 45. A 46. C 47. D 48. C 49. A 50. B

51. C 52. D 53. B 54. B 55. D

评分标准: 每小题1分

Section B


56. C 57. A 58. D 59. B 60. C 61. C 62. D 63. D 64. A 65. C

66. B 67. F 68. D 69. A 70. B

评分标准: 每小题2分

IV. Summary Writing


? There are several ways to protect consumers when meeting with unsatisfactory goods

? Complain directly to a high-rank person for an immediately settlement ? Face-to-face complaint is more effective than phone complaint

? Complain politely but firmly

? Provide details of the faulty item

? Take legal action


V. Translation


72. It’s fun to look at the children playing volleyball on the beach.

73. Hardly had I handed in the test paper when I realized that I missed a question.

74. As it needs to be thoroughly revised, the book will not be published for the time being.

75. As he wasn’t well prepared for the potential difficulties, he was quite at a loss when the experiment wasn’t going on smoothly.

76. The comprehensive ban of smoking in public places can help people develop healthy lifestyles and effectively prevent certain diseases from happening.






VI. Guided Writing



课题 :动词的时态语态 2011年高考真题 1. Planning so far ahead _____ no sense— so many things will have changed by next year. (全国 I. A. made B. is making C. makes D. has made 2. I wasn’t sure if he was really interested or if he ______ polite. (全国卷 I A. was just being B. will just be C. had just been D. would just be 3. When Alice came to, she did not know how long she _____ there. (全国卷 I A. had been lying B. has been lying C. was lying D. has lain 4. Experiments of this kind _____in both the U.S. and Europe well before the Second World War. A. have conducted B. have been conducted C. had conducted D. had been conducted 5. Tom __________ in the library every night over the last three months. (北京卷 A. works B. worked C. has been working D. had been working 6. - Bob has gone to California. - Oh, can you tell me when he _________?(北京卷 A. has left B. left C. is leaving D. would leaving 7. ----That must have been a long trip. ---Yeah, it __________ us a whole week to get there. A. takes B. has taken C. took D. was taking 8. After getting lost in a storm, a member of the navy team _____ four days later. (上海卷 A. rescued B. was rescued C. has rescued D. had been rescued 9. Did you predict that many students ______ up for the dance competition? (上海卷


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精编高考英语阅读理解真题汇编180篇 (2014-2017) 1 (2017年北京卷) It was a cold March day in High Point, North Carolina. The girls on the Wesleyan Academy softball were waiting for their next turns at bat during practice, stamping their feet to stay warm, Eighth-grader Taylor Bisbee shivered(发抖) a little as she watched her teammate Paris White play. The two didn‘t kn each other well — Taylor had just moved to town a month or so before. Suddenly, Paris fell to the ground,―Paris‘s eye rolled back,‖ Taylor says. ―She st was an emergency.‖ It certainly was, Paris had suffered a sudden heart failure. Without immediate medical care, Paris would die. At first no one moved. The girls were in shock. Then the softball coach shouted out, ―Does anyone know CPR?‖ CPR is a life-saving technique. To do CPR, you press on the sick person‘s chest so that blood mov through the body and takes oxygen to organs. Without oxygen the brain is damaging quickly. Amazingly, Taylor had just taken a CPR course the day before. Still, she hesitated. She didn she knew it well enough. But when no one else came forward, Taylor ran to Paris and began doing CPR, scary. I knew it was the difference between life and death,‖ says Taylor. 1. Two more ran to get the Taylor‘s swift action helped her teammates calm down. One girl called 91 school nurse, who brought a defibrillator, an electronic devices(器械) that can shock the heart back into work. Luck stayed with them: Paris‘ heartbeat returned. ―I know I was really lucky,‖ Paris says now. ―Most people don‘t survive this. My team s Experts say Paris is right: For a sudden heart failure, the single best chance for survival is having someone nearby step in and do CPR quickly.


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上海市各区2017年高考二模语文试卷分类汇编:写作专题宝 山(青浦、长宁、金山)区 27.作文 2016年4月12日,物理学家“大牛”史蒂芬·霍金在新浪网开通微博,并发布了对中国人的第一句问候语。此后不到一天时间,他的粉丝数量突破了200万,评论,转发和点赞达数百万,由此,霍金也成了“网红”。 “霍金也‘网红’”,引发了你怎样的思考?请自拟题目,写一篇不少于800字的文章。 崇明区 27.当今社会有一种现象,人们往往习惯首先用怀疑的眼光看待他人,而不是首先思考需不需要怀疑。 请写一篇文章,谈谈你对这一现象的思考。 要求:(1)自拟题目,自选角度;(2)不少于800字。 奉贤区 29.不只在数学里,人生也处处在做加减法,有人为之所累,有人为之所乐,有人甚至尝到了别样的味道…… 对“人生中的加减法”你有怎样的认识和思考,请自拟题目,写一篇不少于800字的文章。 虹口区 根据以下材料,自选角度,自拟题目,写一篇不少于800字的文章(不要写成诗歌)。 锤子的打击造就了宝剑的锋芒,而溪水的欢歌却使鹅卵石臻于完善。黄浦区

27.随着国门打开,经济发展和文化交流的不断增强,现代生活方式层出不穷;传统生活方式面临种种挑战,人们处于难以抉择的境地。 对“传统生活方式面临种种挑战”的现象谈谈你的看法。 要求:(1)自拟题目;(2)不少于800字。 嘉定区 26.作文。 有人说,中国人之间几乎没有辩论,只有争吵。这是因为“中国式辩论”忽略了辩论的两个最基本要素:事实和逻辑,而专注于姿态与声势。“中国式辩论”中的常见问题如:偏离论点、情绪激烈、攻击对方人品、滥用比喻、使用嘲笑和反问句等等。 对此,你有怎样的思考?请自拟题目,写一篇不少于800宇的文章。 静安区 27.作文 阅读下面的文字,请自拟题目,写一篇不少于800字的文章(不要写成诗歌)。 一位先哲说,人的一生应努力追求这样的境界:为人如山,处事若水。 闵行区 28.阅读下面材料,根据要求作文。 中华老字号是中国商业对民族品牌特有的称谓,它们从形成到发展大都经历了几十年甚至数百年的时间,因此被人们称为“活文物”。但随着网购的迅速普及和扩展,中华老字号受到强大冲击,它们大多前景黯淡,有的甚至倒闭。 请写一篇文章,谈谈你对这种现象的思考。要求:(1)自拟题目;(2)不少于800字。


高考英语阅读理解真题汇编及答案解析(11) 摘要:阅读理解题的“三步法”:1.略读。目的是了解短文的主旨大意和便于迅速掌握短文的语篇结构。2.查读。同学们要先通读题干,做到胸中有数;再将短文读第一遍,锁定某些特定信息进行快速阅读,迅速选出最佳答案;先易后难,先做细节题,后做推论题。3.重读短文重点。核查。同学们做题的关键是看清题目的要求,读准的关键是分清句子的结构和确认词性词义。 When Andrea Peterson landed her first teaching job,she faced the daunting task of creating a music program with almost no money for equipment or supplies in a climate where standards-based learning was the focus and music just provided a break for students and teachers. For her drive and creativity in overcoming those challenges,she’s been named national teacher of the year. Principal Waynes Kettler said he’s worked with many outstanding teachers in his22years as an educator,but Peterson is“just that one step above anybody I’ve ever worked with before.” Kettler and others at Monte Cristo Elementary School talk about the ways she has introduced the learning from other classrooms into her music program and her creativity in working around things such as the lack of money for new music. When students were reading S.E.Hinton’s novel The Outsiders in their regular classroom, Peterson helped them write a30-minute play with scenes from the book.Then they chose three Broadway tunes that focused no race,equality and social justice,the themes of the book.Peterson composed two other songs herself after classroom discussions about the play and the book. The honor means a lot to residents of Granite Foils.It’s inspiring to know that people from small towns own even win national honors. As national teacher of the year,Peterson will spend the next year outside the classroom, as a national and international spokeswoman for education. Not surprisingly,She is a big believe in the value of arts education.She said it’s essential for schools to offer classes such as art or music and physical education because for some kids one of those subjects is the only thing that motivates them to come back to school day after day. 65.The underlined word“daunting”in Paragraph1most probably means__________. A. discouraging B.interesting C.creative D.unbearable


历年全国高考英语情态动词试题汇总及答案 一、单项选择情态动词 1.The door ________ open, no matter how hard she pushed. A.shouldn’t B.couldn’t C.wouldn’t D.mightn’t 【答案】C 【解析】 【详解】 考查情态动词。句意:无论她怎么使劲推,门就是打不开。A. shouldn’t不应该;B. couldn’t 不能够;C. wouldn’t不愿意;D. mightn’t可能不。will及其过去式would均可表示一种倾向性、习惯。故选C。 2.He is a bad-tempered fellow, but he ________ be quite charming when he wishes. A.shall B.should C.can D.must 【答案】C 【解析】 【详解】 考查情态动词辨析。句意:他是个脾气不好的家伙,但当他希望自己有魅力的时候,他可以变得相当可爱。此处表示“能、可以”,故C项正确。 3.— Mum, little Ray broke his toys again! —It doesn't matter. You see, accidents _____happen. A.shall B.should C.must D.will 【答案】D 【解析】 【详解】 考查情态动词辨析。句意:——妈妈,小雷又弄坏了他的玩具。——没事的,你看,意外总会发生。A. shall将要,会;B. should应当;C. must必须;D. will总是。Will可以表示习惯,意思为“惯于,总是”。故D选项正确。 【点睛】 will/would是情态动词,其表达的意思如下。 (1)表示意志或意愿:决心,愿意,……好吗? We will do our best to save the child. 我们会尽力抢救这个孩子。 I told her to stop crying, but she just wouldn’t listen. 我叫她别哭,可她就是不愿听。 注:表示请求、建议或征求对方意见时,用Would you…? 比用Will you…?更婉转。如:Will/Would you please keep the door open? 请让门开着好吗? Will/Would you go with me? 你愿意和我一起去吗? (2)表示真理或习惯:惯于,总是。如:


(英语)中考英语试题真题分类汇编介词及解析 一、初中英语介词 1.I've ordered some flowers for grandma and they will arrive _____ two hours. A. in B. after C. over D. for 【答案】A 【解析】【分析】句意:我已经给奶奶订了一些花儿,它们两个小时后就会到达。in+时间段,表示将来,意思是“……以后”;after+时间段,表示过去;over+时间段,表示“经过……时间”,通常用现在完成时;for+时间段,表示动作或状态的延续。根据句中的will arrive 可知此处表示一般将来时,故答案为A。 【点评】考查介词辨析。注意in、after和for后跟时间段时各自的常用时态。 2.I'll be at home __________ Sunday morning. You can phone me then. A. on B. in C. at D. to 【答案】 A 【解析】【分析】句意:在周日早上我将在家,那时你可以给我打电话。on+具体时间;in+the+morning/afternoon/evening,在早上/下午/晚上;at+时间点。Sunday morning指的是周日早上,指的是具体日期,所以用on,故选A。 【点评】考查介词辨析,注意平时识记on、in、at的区别。 3.I will go around the city of Dalian by light-rail vehicle(轻轨) subway because I haven't taken it before. A. instead of B. in the face of C. along with D. across from 【答案】 A 【解析】【分析】句意:我打算不坐地铁,坐轻轨车参观大连,因为我以前从没有坐过。 A.而不是; B.面对; C.和……一起; D.在……对面。因为原来没有坐过轻轨,所以这里是坐轻轨而不是坐地铁,故答案是A。 【点评】考查短语辨析,注意识记短语instead of的意思。 4.My mother often says, "Stand tall like the sunflower and be proud who you are." A. of B. with C. at D. in 【答案】 A 【解析】【分析】句意:我妈妈经常说,像向日葵一样挺起胸膛,为自己感到骄傲。be proud of,固定搭配,为……骄傲,故选A。 【点评】考查固定搭配,注意be proud of的用法。 5.The high-speed train Qingdao and Beijing travels faster now. The train ride takes only about three hours. A. from B. among C. in D. between 【答案】 D