淮海中学 唐洋 第一部分：听力（共两节，满分 20 分） 第二部分：英语知识运用（共两节，满分 35 分） 第一节：单项填空（共 15 小题；每小题 1 分，满分 15 分） 21．How I regret _______ so much time playing games, _______ I should have studied. A. to waste, which B. wasting, which C. having wasted ， when D. having been wasted, when 22.-What do you think of the book? -Oh, excellent. It is worth _________ a second time. A. reading B. to read C. being read D. to be read 23. His watch, for _______ he paid $100, is now worth $500. A. which B. that C. it D. what 24. He removed his house to New York, _________ he was born. A. which B. how C. when D. where 25. Alice received an invitation from her boss, ______________ came as a surprise. A. it B. that C. which D. he 26.-Have a nice weekend! -_____________. A. The same to you. B. You do too. C. So are you. D. You have it, too. 27. 1.His parents wouldn’t let him marry anyone ______ family was poor. A. of whom B. whom C. of whose D. whose 28. He promised to come to the lecture, but he hasn’t __________. A. turned up B. turned over C. turned on D. turned off 29.In the dark street , there wasn’t a single person _____ she could turn for help. A. that B. who C. from whom D. to whom 30.After living in Pairs for fifty years he returned to the small town ____ he grew up as a child. A. which B. where C. that D. when 31.Recently I bought an ancient Chinese vase , _____ was very reasonable. A. which price B. the price of which C. its price D. the price of whose 32._____ has already been pointed out , grammar is not a set of dead rules. A. As B. It C. That D. Which 33._______ I’ve known your situation, I’ll send the money to you immediately. A. Now that B. In case C. As though D. Even though 34.I don’t like _____ you speak to her. A. the way B. the way in that C. the way which D. the way of which 35.He didn’t plan our art exhibition like that, but it ________ very well. A. worked out B. tried out C. put out D. gave out 第二节：.完形填空（共 20 小题；每小题 1 分，满分 20 分） At first I couldn’t believe it! There were no 36 in rows; no bells rang; no one had to go to class. Although we all lived ―in‖, nobody made us go to bed at a certain time; there was no ―lights out‖. The 37 thing was that practically all the students went to class, and very few people stayed up late at night .Only the new people stayed up or 38 class. The new ones always went wild 39 , but this never lasted long. The 40 took some getting used to. Our teachers treated us like 41 ; never did we have to 42 ―stand up‖, ―sit down‖, ―speak out‖. I don’t 43 one student who didn’t try his best. The subjects were the same as those in 44 school, but what a difference in the approach! For example, in
botany we had 45 classes in the spring or fall, but instead we 46 two gardens, a vegetable garden and a flower garden. 47 in winter we each studied a few 48 things about what we had grown. In math the students built three different kinds of storeroom—small ones 49 ,but usable. They did this instead of having lessons in the classroom. They really had a 50 time too, designing everything, drawing the blueprints, 51 the angles and so on. I didn’t take math. I can’t stand it! Besides, I could do the basic things with numbers. That’s 52 . 53 I think I am a better person for having gone to the school. I can read and write as well as anyone else my age, and I can think better. That’s probably a real big 54 between the free school and regular school—the amount of 55 . 36. A. desks B. lights C. students D. buildings 37. A. sad B. last C. good D. strange 38. A. attended B. took C. missed D. studied 39. A. from then on B. just then C. once more D. since then 40. A. freedom B. habit C. time D. people 41. A. workers B. pupils C. gardeners D. grown-ups 42. A. understand B. study C. play D. say 43. A. hear from B. feel like C. think about D. know of 44. A. night B. regular C. small D. real 45. A. all B. short C. no D. indoor 46. A. planted B. studied C. drew D. toured 47. A. Still B. Then C. Yet D. Next 48. A. wild B. successful C. usual D. particular 49. A. as well B. after a while C. of course D. as a result 50. A. funny B. great C. convenient D. thoughtful 51. A. looking out B. taking out C. finding out D. figuring out 52. A. dull B. interesting C. enough D. dangerous 53. A. On the whole B. Once again C. Sooner or later D. After a while 54. A. problem B. chance C. difference D. change 55. A. reading B. gardening C. teaching D. thinking 第三部分：阅读理解（共 15 小题；每小题 2 分，满分 30 分） A
Ever since I was a child, my mouth has caused me trouble. I’m not a bad person, I have just had a hard time learning when to keep my mouth closed. My mom has told me again and again, ―Robert, your constant bad words are hurting me. If you continue to be rude, you will get into big trouble.‖ It’s been a problem at school several times too, when teachers have told me something I didn’t want to hear. I used to feel it was my duty to stand up for myself and tell them off. One day in the English class I began working on my homework until I heard a classmate talking behind me. It was Nathaniel, talking to himself as usual. I said ever so nicely, ―Nathaniel, would you be quiet?‖ Nathaniel continued talking to himself. I quickly shouted, ―Nathaniel, shut up!‖ For the next five minutes, we threw hurtful words back and forth at each other. ―At last I don’t have an ugly lazy eye like you!‖ I shouted. I knew it would hurt his feelings and shut him up. What I said filled him with anger. He tried to reach over my seat and grab(抓住)me as he shouted, ―That’s it! That’s it!‖ Surprised at his reaction, I sat back in my seat. Never had I seen Nathaniel act like this before. Later on, we were taken to principal’s office. There, principal told us to discuss the matter. It wasn’t until then that I finally found that when I hurt someone physically(身体上), the wounds eventually heal(become healthy again). But when I hurt them with my words, sometimes the pain never goes away. At the end of the discussion, I said sorry to Nathaniel. When I headed back to my room, I spent some time praying(祈祷). I began to think about how often what I said hurt others. But I believe that as I keep praying and asking God to help me and
he’ll tell me when to keep my mouth closed. 56. When Robert was a child, it was difficult for him to ________. A. keep his mouth full B. say good words to other C. pass his exams D. help others again and again 57. The underline words ―them‖ means Robert’s ______. A. parents B. friends C. teachers D. principals 58. Which of the following is TRUE? A. Robert’s hurtful words hurt Nathaniel’s feelings. B. Nathaniel never talked to himself in class. C. Robert felt sorry for talking too much in class. D. Nathaniel said sorry to Robert for hurting him. 59. In the passage the writer tries to tell us that _______. A. when you hurt someone physically, the pain never goes away B. we should try to understand and help each other in class C. we should keep paying and asking God to help us D. words cause (引起) more pain than violence (暴力). 60. Which of the following is NOT true according to the passage? A. At the very beginning, Robert didn’t say bad words to Nathaniel. B. Robert didn’t regret that he said bad words to Nathaniel. C. My mother was not satisfied (满意) with me. D. It was in the principal’s office that Robert found that the pain sometimes never went away when he hurt someone physically.
Do you have any of these bad habits? Check yourself by answering ―yes ‖ or ―no‖ to these questions: a) Do you move your lips when reading silently? b) Do you point to words with your finger as you read? c) Do you move your head from side to side as you read? d) Do you read one word at a time? If you answer ―yes‖ to any of these questions, start at once to break the habits. If you move your lips, hold your fingers over them, or hold a piece of paper between your lips while you are reading. Then when your lips move, you will know it and stop them. If you point to words, hold the two sides of your book, one side with your left hand, the other side with your right hand. Then you won’t have a free finger to use in pointing while reading. If you move your head, place your chin in one hand, and hold your head still. If you read no more than one or two words at a time, you need to work in learning to take in more words at each glance as your eyes travel across the lines of words. Even if you read fairly fast now, you can learn to read even faster. As you probably have been told, the secret of fast reading is to take in whole groups of words at each glance. Read in several groups and force your eyes along the lines of words as fast as you can make them go. Anyone who practices doing these two things will be able to read faster. 61. You must _____ those habits that we are talking about in this reading. A. remember B. get rid of (摆脱) C. have D. keep
62. You may hold your finger over your lips while reading so as to _____. A. hold a piece of paper between B. keep yourself from talking to others C. tell others to be silent D. feel whether your lips move or not 63 When your eyes travel across the lines of words, you need to ____. A. read the words out B. look at every word carefully C. read several words at a time D. remember every word 64. If you can read fairly fast now, ______. A. you don’t need to learn to read faster B. you can go on reading like that C. you can learn to read even faster D. you can enjoy reading 65. From this passage, we can conclude that ______ A. bad reading habits would slow your reading B. Do point to words with your finger while reading C. Taking in more words at each glance is a bad habit. D. The secret of fast reading is to move your lips quickly.
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66. Sunny English Club is for ______ . A. nurses B. policemen C. businessmen D. students 67. You will pay _______ if you want to stay in the English club for half a year. A. 300 yuan B. 600 yuan C. 1200 yuan D. 2400 yuan 68. You can visit Ocean Museum _______ . A. on Saturday B. on Wednesday C. on Monday D. anytime 69. One can get free examinations in Health Centre if he is _______ . A. 9 B. 17 C. 67 D. 73
70. If you are interested in the life of fish, you should go to ______ . A. Health Centre B. Ocean Museum C. Sunny English Club D. 16 Yong Le Street 第四部分：单词拼写（共 10 小题；每小题 0。5 分，满分 5 分） 71. On the first day, all students went to attend _________(集会). 72. She was the teacher who taught us English _________(文学). 73. It was a bit c______ for me at first because all homework was in English. 74. The paintings that David d_______ to the school are being displayed. 75. When I attend the first meeting, I was r_______ to write a poem. 76. Mom and Dad arrive back from vacation a day earlier than e_______. 77. You weren’t s________ to come home until tomorrow. 78. This is not a family where bad behavior goes _______(免受惩罚). 79. Why is everything always my _______(过失)? 80.I’m trying to lose weight because I’m so ________ (羞愧)of my body. 第五部分：阅读写作（共 5 小题；每小题 2 分，满分 10 分） 阅读下面短文，根据要求完成所给的 5 个小题。 There are three groups of English learners: beginners, intermediate learners, and learners of special English. Beginners need to learn the basics of English .Students who have reached an intermediate level benefit from learning general English skills. But what about students who want to learn special English for their work or professional life? Most students, who fit into this third group, have a clear idea about what they want to learn. A bank clerk, for example, wants to use this specialist vocabulary and technical terms of finance. But for teachers, deciding how to teach specialist English is not always so easy. For a start, the variety is enormous. Every field from airline pilot to secretaries has its own vocabulary and technical terms. Teachers also need to have an up-to-date knowledge of that specialist language, and not many teachers are exposed to working environments outside the classroom. These issues have influenced the way special English is taught in schools. This type of course is usually known as English for Specific Purpose, or ESP and there is an ESP course for almost every area of professional and working life. In Britain, for example, there are courses which teach English for _______, _________, _________ and people working in the hotel industry. By far, the most popular ESP courses are for business English. 81. What is the speaker mainly talking about?(please answer within 10 words) _____________________________________________________________________ 82. What is the characteristic of learners of special English? ________________________________________________________________________ 83. Which sentence in the passage can be replaced by the following one? Changing the teaching approach is what the teachers are confronted with. _____________________________________________________________________ 84. Fill in the blank with proper phrases. ____________________________________________________________________ 85. Translate the underlined sentence in the passage. 第六部分：书面表达（满分 20 分） 写一份书面通知，包括下列要点： 某中学将有一位美国教授布莱克博士来访，该教授将给师生们作一次报告，介绍美国的教育情况。学校 要求同学们在星期三下午 2：30 准时到 105 大教室参加报告会，并带上笔记本，以便会后讨论。请你根据 上面要点，用英语写一篇通知。 （字数：80 左右）
答案 一单项选择 1-5 CAADC 6-10ADADB 11-15 BAAAA 二完型填空 1-5 A D C B A 6-10 D C D B C 11-15 A B D C B 16-20 D C A C D 三 阅读理解 1-5 BCADB 6-10 BDCCA 11-15 DCADB 四单词拼写： 1.assembly 2.literature 3.challenging 4.donated 5.required 6.expected 7.supposed 8.unpunished 9.fault 10.ashamed 五阅读写作 1． Characteristics of English for different purposes 2． They know clearly what they want to know. 3． These issues have influenced the way special English is taught in class. 4． Doctors, lawyers, reporters (or journalist, travel, agents or guides….) 5． 老师需要不断获得所教领域新知识，但很多老师无法置身于课堂外的那些工作场所。 六作文： Notice An American professor, Dr. Black will visit our school this Wednesday afternoon. He will give us a report on the education in American. Everyone is supposed to be in Room 105, the big classroom exactly at 2:30 p.m. Wednesday. Please bring your notebooks with you and take notes while listening to the lecture, so that we can have
a discussion about it after it is over. The Headmaster’s Office