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浙江省温州第八高级中学高三第三次月考英语试题

2015年12月温州第八高级中学高三第三次月考
英语试题
(考试时间:150分钟,满分:150分  )
第I卷(共80分)
注意事项:
    1. 答第I卷前,考生务必将自己的姓名和考号用黑色字迹的签字笔或钢笔填写在答题纸上。
2. 每小题选出答案后,用2B铅笔把答题纸上对应题目的答案标号涂黑。如需改动,用橡皮擦干净后,再选涂其他答案标号。不能答在试题卷上。

第一部分:英语知识运用(共两节,满分30分)
第一节:单项填空(共20小题;每小题0.5分,满分10分)
从A、B、C、D四个选项中,选出可以填入空白处的最佳选项,并在答题纸上将该选项标号涂黑。
1.— Can I get you a cup of coffee?
   — _______.
   A. It’s very nice of you      B. With pleasure
C. It’s a pleasure       D. My pleasure
2. _______ New York Times, an elite(精华) newspaper of America, should have reported the whisper as_______ breaking news.
A. The; a          B. The; the             C. 不填; a         D. The; 不填
3. He has talents by which he might ________ himself.
A. expose                  B. admire        C. distinguish     D. hide
4. People can accept the fact that prices tend to rise year by year but at a(an) _______ rate.
A. modest              B. sharp            C. regular        D. amazing
5. In 1863, President Lincoln issued a declaration calling for the last Thursday of November_______ as a day of thanksgiving.
A. being observed      B. observed         C. observing           D. to be observed
6. He was __________ much surprised at the news that the amateur athlete beat the professional one who ranked top ten.
A. apparently             B. rarely         C. secretly           D. desperately  
7. Her biggest pride is that, in __________, she does not panic.
A. peace                     B. emergency         C. comfort          D. amazement
8. No one can ignore the fact that his wife is independent _______ her husband earns all or most of the family income.
A. now that            B. in case               C. even if           D. only if
9. The US troops_______ out of Iraq by the end of next month and they were sent there 9 years ago.
A. have withdrawn   B. will withdraw    C. had withdrawn      D. will have withdrawn
10. ---Sorry my dog frightened your daughter.
    ---Forget it! _______.
A. She deserved it                         B. Every dog has its day
C. Bad luck comes three                    D. Animals will be animals
11. --- You may make more mistakes if your paper is left_______.
   --- Thanks a lot. And would you give me some advice on how to polish it?
A. being unchecked       B. to be unchecked        C. to check         D. unchecked
12. The world’s population hit 7 billion on Monday among celebrations and concerns about_______ the growing number of people will affect the earth’s resources.
A. why                B. how                        C. whether         D. what
13. ___________ the consequences of the chemical leaks, the specialists haven’t given final conclusion before they obtain accurate statistics.
A. With regard to    B. As a result of       C. In spite of      D. In addition to
14. Try as you _______, he won’t listen to your advice on the potential dangers of smoking.
A. can              B. may             C. dare                 D. will
15. ---How did the lecture get along by Professor Zhang yesterday?
---The audience was ____________ by his inspiring speech.
A. left out          B. worn out         C. carried away     D. taken in  
16. The company is starting an advertising campaign to ________its image because of the poisonous milk powder.
A. get across             B. take back        C. hang about       D. turn around
17. Judging from his face_______ there was a confident smile, we knew that he didn’t lose heart.
   A. in which          B. from which                  C. by which           D. on which
18. Li Na has made _______ of herself in the world of tennis since she became a tennis player.
A. nothing          B. something         C. anything             D. everything
19. We have spotted the location, _______ we thought is the site of Emperor Qin Shihuang.
A. that                   B. what                     C. which            D. where
20. At a construction site in our city the workers have uncovered an ancient wall that_______ to keep the enemy out of the city, but it requires further evidence.
A. might have functioned                              B. would have functioned
C. must have functioned                               D. should have functioned
第二节:完形填空(共20小题;每小题1分,满分20分)
阅读下面短文,掌握其大意,然后从21 ~ 40各题所给的四个选项(A、B、C、D)中,选出最佳选项,并在答题纸上将该选项标号涂黑。
When I was in junior high, the eighth-grade bully(欺凌弱小者) struck me in the stomach. Not only did it   21   , but the shame and embarrassment were almost impossible to bear. I wanted  22  to even the score(摆平)! I   23  to meet him by the bike racks the next day and let him have it.
For some reason, I told my plan to Nana, my grandmother-big   24  . She gave me one of her hour-long   25  . It was a total    26  , but among other things, I vaguely    27   her telling me that I didn't need to worry about him. She said, “Good deeds beget(产生)good results,   28   evil deeds beget bad results.” I told her, in a nice way, that I thought she was right. I told her that I did good things all the time, and all I got  29   was a strike in the stomach. She stuck to her opinions,  30  .
 It   31     me 30 years to understand the   32   of her words. Nana was living in a board-and-care home in Laguna Hills, California. Each Tuesday, I   33   and took her out to dinner. We drove to a nearby simple little restaurant. I    34   pot roast for Nana and a hamburger for myself. The food arrived and as I dug in, I noticed that Nana wasn't eating. She was just staring at the food on her plate.  35   my plate aside, I took Nana’s and cut her meat into small pieces. I then placed the plate back. 36   she very weakly, and with great difficulty, forked the meat into her mouth, I was struck with a(n)   37   that brought instant tears to my eyes. Forty years  38  , as a little boy sitting at the table, Nana had always done the same to me.
It had taken 40 years, but the good deed had been   39  . Nana was right. We harvest exactly  40   we sow. “Every good deed you do will someday come back to you.”What about the eighth-grade bully? He ran into the ninth-grade bully.
21. A. harm             B. injure        C. hurt          D. wound
22. A. eventually        B. immediately         C. directly             D. desperately
23. A. organized       B. planned           C. designed           D. wished
24. A. trouble         B. prize              C. time               D. mistake
25. A. lectures         B. stories              C. instructions         D. scolding
26. A push              B encouragement       C success             D drag
27. A. remind        B. remember           C. recognize         D. recall
28. A. as          B. but               C. so           D. and
29. A. in time       B. in turn            C. in order             D. in return
30. A. therefore       B. however            C. though        D. nevertheless
31. A. needed         B. spent           C. cost          D. took
32. A. wisdom        B. intelligence          C. knowledge          D. belief
33. A. came off       B. came back          C. came by         D. came across
34. A prepared           B booked              C purchased           D ordered
35. A. Taking       B. Removing        C. Moving        D. Making
36. A If                 B As                  C Since               D After
37. A. mind        B. idea          C. thinking           D. memory
38. A once               B ever                C since               D previously
39. A returned            B reacted              C regained           D replaced
40. A. which           B. what           C. when            D. how
第二部分:阅读理解(第一节20小题,第二节5小题;每小题2分,满分50分)
第一节:阅读下列短文,从每题所给的四个选项(A、B、C、D)中,选出最佳选项,并在答题纸上将该选项标号涂黑。

A
Israel was happy, very happy. The news of a deal to bring home the kidnapped soldier Gilad Shalit , a young man held prisoner by Hamas for five years,spread.
But the happiness was hardened by the reality of the price Israelis had paid to set him free. The 1,027 Palestinian prisoners to be exchanged for the single Israeli corporal turned out to include men and women convicted(宣判有罪) of some of the worst terrorist attacks in the country.
"Ambivalent," says Aya Ilouz, of her feelings on the matter. Strolling in downtown Jerusalem with her husband Liron and their 5-month-old daughter Yael, the couple is so in sync on the question of the day that they finish each other's thoughts.
"Yes," says Liron, "we are very happy and excited to see Gilad meet his family. And on the other hand—"
"We are very concerned," says Aya.
"About what happens next," Liron explains. "When the next terrorist blows himself up, someone will have to answer."
Just around the corner, on King George Street, Alan Bauer had been walking home with his son on March 21, 2002, when a Palestinian man named Mohammad Hashaika exploded a suicide vest packed with metal scraps. Eighty-four people were wounded that day. Of the three killed, one was a woman pregnant with twins.
Though the bomber of course died, Israeli courts convicted the two women who drove him to the site of the bombing, easing his way past the Israeli checkpoint by buying flowers to carry in the Mother's Day crowd.
"These women, as I speak, are being released," Bauer says.
Specifics have a way of weakening the joy of Shalit's release. Among the 477 prisoners released on Tuesday, in the first phase of the exchange, are an organizer of the 2002 Passover bombing that killed 30 people; a woman who developed an online relationship with a lovesick Israeli youth she then had murdered when he came to meet her; and the man who proudly displayed his bloody hands to the mob(暴民) gathered outside the Ramallah building where two Israeli soldiers were beaten to death after making a wrong turn on Oct. 12, 2000.
When the list became public, relatives of terrorism victims appealed, without success, to Israel's supreme court to prevent the prisoner exchange. The court hearing was interrupted repeatedly by upset survivors, including Shvuel Schijveschuurder, who lost five of his family members in a 2001 attack at a Jerusalem Sbarro. To protest the release of the woman who drove the suicide bomber to the pizza restaurant, Schijveschuurder poured paint on a memorial to Yitzhak Rabin, the Prime Minister slain by an Israeli extremist for signing the Oslo Accords.
"When we say 1,027 prisoners will be released, it's abstract, it doesn't mean anything," says Eliad Moreh Rosenberg, who was wounded in the 2002 terrorism bombing at the Hebrew University cafeteria. "But for victims of terror, it's a reality."
Israeli officials calculate that 60% of those released resume terrorism attacks. To help prevent that resumption this time around, Israel insisted that most of the prisoners liberated be sent either to the Gaza Strip — which is sealed off from Israel and under the control of Hamas, which says it continues to observe a cease-fire — or into exile(流放) in Turkey, Qatar or Syria. About 100 arrived in the West Bank, where the government led by Palestinian Authority President Mahmoud Abbas works diligently to suppress terrorism, cooperating with Israeli intelligence and military.
With the future uncertain, on Tuesday, Jewish Israelis stopped and stared at televisions wherever they came upon them. On the sidewalk at midmorning outside the 24-hour Hillel Market, 50 people were gathered under a flat screen to catch the first images of Shalit, looking painfully thin . "It was moving. It was very exciting," says Anat Rubin, 42. "I just saw photos of him getting out of the car. It gave me chills." But she says she heard Hamas say that, learning from success, it was keen to kidnap more Israelis in order to win freedom for the 6,000 Palestinians still in Israeli prisons. "I don't want to see the photos of them doing the V for victory," she says. "Like they won. They are really releasing murderers. I'm happy and sad all together."
41. The word “Ambivalent” in paragraph 3 is close to _________ in meaning.
A happy           B moved             C contradicted        D terrified
42. Why do the Israelis feel concerned about the exchange of prisoners?
A Because it’s not fair to exchange 1 with 1,027.
B Because they are concerned about the health of Shalit.
C. Because they are worried more terrorist blows are coming.
D Because they want to know when and where the prisoners will be set free.
43. Of the following statements, which one is TRUE?
A All the 1,027 prisoners were released at a time.
B Among the released prisoners, Shvuel Schijveschuurder was caught because he poured paint on a memorial to Yitzhak Rabin.
C All the Israelis are not for the prisoner exchange.
D The released prisoners can go wherever they like.
44. What’s the main idea of the passage?
A. Israeli people’s attitudes to the prisoner exchange.
B. How the kidnapped soldier Gilad Shalit managed to return home.
C. The stories of many terrorist attack victims.
D. Life of every single Israeli is highly valued.
45. The underlined “them” in last paragraph is referring to __________.
A released Palestinians   B Hamas    C Israeli officials   D 50 people under a flat screen
                        B
I'm flying high today after hearing the news that Bamboo People is a top ten book on the Best Fiction for Young Adults 2011 list from the American Library Association. Here are the top ten titles with annotations(注解) by YALSA librarians:
• Bacigalupi, Paolo. Ship Breaker. Little, Brown, and Co. Nailer is a light crew cleaner tearing up old hulks of ships, living day to day, until a rich girl and her gleaming ship run ashore in a storm on the beach and his life gets more dangerous.
• Donnelley, Jennifer. Revolution. Random House Children's Books/Delacorte. Haunted by the death of her brother, Andi is taken to Paris by her separated father where an encounter with a mysterious diary may bring her back from the edge.
• Marchetta, Melina. Finnikin of the Rock. Candlewick. Finnikin and his fellow exiles from(使流亡) Lumatere wish to return to their cursed homeland. Finnikin must go on an epic journey with a dumb beginner named Evanjalin to return home.
• Matson, Morgan. Amy and Roger’s Epic Detour. Simon & Schuster. Amy and Roger must both learn to deal with loss while on a road trip across the country which doesn't go as expected.
• McBride, Lish. Hold Me Closer, Necromancer. Macmillan Children's Book Group/Henry Holt. When Sam discovers he is a necromancer(巫师) he must learn to control his power in order to defeat a powerful and corrupt opponent and save his friends.
• Mulligan, Andy. Trash. David Fickling Books. Three garbage-picker boys find an item of great value to a corrupt politician on their rounds, setting off a tense hunt to see who will win.
• Perkins, Mitali. Bamboo People. Chiko, a Burmese soldier and Tu Reh, a Kerenni refugee meet on opposite sides of war and each must learn what it means to be a man of his people.
• Reinhardt, Dana. The Things a Brother Knows. Random House Children's Books/Wendy Lamb. Boaz is back and cheered as the hometown hero, but he is not at all the same. Can his younger brother Levi help him truly make his way home?
• Saenz, Benjamin. Last Night I Sang to the Monster. Cinco Puntos Press, 2009. Weeks in therapy go by and 18-year-old Zach is still unable to remember the monstrous events that left him alone and haunted by nightmares.
• Sedgwick, Marcus. Revolver. Roaring Brook Press. Sig is alone with his father’s body when the lawless man his father had managed to escape appears out of the icy wilderness
46. Which of the following books may not be classified as a thriller one?
A. Revolver            B. Last Night I Sang to the Monster    
C. Revolution          D. Bamboo People
47. Which two books are published by the same publisher?
A. Ship Breaker and Finnikin of the Rock      
B. Revolution and Hold Me Closer, Necromancer
C. The Things a Brother Knows and Last Night I Sang to the Monster                 
D. Revolution and The Things a Brother Knows
48. From above, we can learn_______.
A. The plot Hold me closer, Necromance is similar to Superman and Spiderman
B. Bamboo people deals with two soldiers share joys and sorrows in the war
C. The main themes of Revolution and Revolver are both about father and son
D. Trash is a book about a fierce conflict which occurs between police and gangs (黑帮)
49. These books are all intended for_______.
A. adults         B. school age kids         C. teens             D. seniors
                        C
Now comes word from the University of California, Berkeley, a new study has confirmed that the richer you are the less compassionate you are
In a study just published in the journal Emotion, psychologist Jennifer Stellar sought to determine the empathic(感情移入的) capacities of a group of 300 college students, who had been hand-selected for maximum economic diversity. As a rule, college students have just one income level: poor. Stellar thus chose her subjects based on the income of the people who respond to the requests and write the checks: the parents.
In the first of three experiments, she had 148 of her subjects fill out reports how often they experience emotions such as joy, love, compassion and horror. She also had them agree or disagree with statements like “I often notice people who need help.” When the numbers on these lists were processed, Stellar found no meaningful personality differences among the students that could be attributable to income except one: across the board, the lower the subjects’ family income, the higher their score on compassion.
The second study involved 64 subjects who watched two videos — an emotionally neutral instructional video on construction techniques, and a far more charged one that involved real families coping with a cancer-stricken child. Again, the subjects filled out emotional lists and again they scored similarly. But the lower-income volunteers continued to come out higher on the compassion-and-empathy scale.
During this study, Stellar also used heartbeat monitors to determine their physical reactions to the two videos. There was, not surprisingly, no difference in heart rate when the instructional video was playing, but when the cancer stories began, the heartbeats of the lower-income volunteers slowed noticeably — a counterintuitive(违反直觉的) sign of caring. An immediate threat to ourselves or another causes heart rate to jump, the better to snap into action to respond to the danger. An emotional crisis can have the opposite physical effect on observers — helping them settle down to provide the quieter attention that simply listening and comforting requires.
In the final part of the study, 106 of the participants were paired off and told to interview each other as if they were applying for a position as lab manager. So that the subjects would have real skin in the game, the ones who performed best in the interviews — as judged by Stellar— would win a cash prize. All of the subjects reported feeling the same levels of stress or anxiety when they were being interviewed, but only the lower-income subjects were reliably able to detect the same feelings in their partner when the roles were reversed.
So does this mean the rich really can’t feel the poor? A low score on the compassion scale doesn’t mean a lack of capacity for the feeling, Stellar argues. It may just mean a lack of experience observing — and tending to — the hardship others. Perhaps that helps explain why so many wealthy college kids find their way into the Peace Corps and other volunteer groups.
50. According to the text, which of the following statement is true?
A. All the subjects went through all the 3 experiments.
B. Stellar carefully chose 300 college students according their personal income level.
C. The rich really lacks the ability to feel pity for the poor.
D. All the 3 experiments proved the same result.
51. In Stella’s opinion, the lower-income volunteers’ heart rate lowers when ______________.
A. When they are having their first lesson in a new school.
B. They are talking to someone they admire so much.
C. They are trapped in a building suddenly on fire.
D. They find someone is injured in an accident on the road.
52. We can infer from the third experiment that _______________.
A. Lab manager is a position with low income.
B. The lower-income subjects win the cash prize.
C. The interviewers are stressed and anxious when interviewing others.
D. Both the interviewers and interviewees know the feelings in each other.
53. The underlined “across the board” probably means ____________.
A. applying to all                   B. on the opposite
C. from one side to the other          D. for instance
54.What can be the best title of the text?
A. Without money? That’s not a big deal
B. Hate money? Then try to be low-income
C. Got money? Then you might lack sympathy
D. Too much money? Come to experience hardships
                         D
Parents divorced, little Buddy was in the care of his mother’s large Alabama family. Over the years, Buddy seldom saw either of his parents. But he was happy where he was and he had many kindly relatives, among whom Miss Sook was by far his best friend. Before Christmas, Buddy’s father had managed to get legal custody(法定监护) of him for this Christmas. So, he had a new suit, with a card pinned with his name and address and made the trip alone, by bus, to New Orleans.
Several things occurred that kept me awake the whole night. First, the footfalls, the noise of my father running up and down the stairs, breathing heavily, I had to see what he was up to. So I hid and watched. There was a Christmas tree and the fireplace downstairs. Moreover, I could see my father. He was crawling around under the tree arranging a pyramid of packages. I felt dizzy, for what I saw forced me to reconsider everything. If these were presents intended for me, then obviously they had not been ordered by the Lord and delivered by Santa Claus; no, they were gifts bought and wrapped by my father. Which meant that my rotten little cousin Billy Bob and other rotten kids like him weren’t lying when they laughed at me and told me there was no Santa Claus. The worst thought was: Had Sook known the truth, and lied to me? No, Sook would never lie to me. She believed. It was just that—well, though she was sixty-something, in some ways she was at least as much of a child as I was.
  I waited until I was sure he was in bed and sound asleep. Then I crept downstairs and examined the tags attached to each of the packages. They all said: “For Buddy.” I decided to open the packages: It was Christmas morning. I was awake, so why not? I won’t bother to describe what was inside them: just shirts and sweaters and dull stuff like that. The only thing I appreciated was a toy gun. Somehow I got the idea it would be fun to waken my father by firing it. So I did. Bang. Bang. Bang. He raced out of his room, wild-eyed, Bang. Bang. Bang. “Buddy—what the hell do you think you’re doing? Bang. Bang. Bang. “Stop that!” I laughed. “ Look, Daddy. Look at all wonderful things Santa Claus brought me.”
  Calm now, he walked into the room and hugged me. “You like what Santa Claus brought you?”
  I smiled at him. He smiled at me. There was a tender lingering(逗留不去的) moment, damaged when I said: “Yes. But what are you going to give me, Daddy?” His smile evaporated. His eyes narrowed suspiciously—you could see that he thought I was pulling some kind of trick. But then he blushed, as though he was ashamed to be thinking what he was thinking. He patted my head, and coughed and said: “Well, I thought I’d wait and let you pick out something you wanted. Is there anything particular you want?”
  I reminded him of the airplane we had seen in the toy store on Canal Street. His face sagged. Oh, yes, he remembered the airplane and how expensive it was. Nevertheless, the next day I was sitting in that airplane dreaming I was zooming toward heaven while my father wrote out a check for a happy salesman, who promised to help ship the plane on the bus.
  But I wasn’t free of New Orleans yet. The problem was a large bottle of wine; maybe it was because of my departure, but anyway my father had been drinking it all day, and on the way to the bus station, he scared me by grabbing my wrist and harshly whispering: “I’m not going to let you go. I can’t let you go back to that crazy family in that crazy old house. Just look at what they’ve done to you. A boy six, almost seven, talking about Santa Claus! It’s all their fault, all those sour old spinsters with their Bibles and their knitting needles, those drunken uncles. Listen to me, Buddy. There is no God! There is no Santa Claus.” He was squeezing my wrist so hard that it ached. “Kiss me. Please. Please. Kiss me. Tell your daddy that you love him.” But I couldn’t speak. I was terrified I was going to miss my bus. And I was worried about my plane, which was strapped to the top of the taxi. “Say it: ‘I love you.’ Say it. Please. Buddy. Say it.”
  It was lucky for me that our taxi-driver was a good-hearted man. Because if it hadn’t been for his help, and the help of some efficient porters and a friendly policeman, I don’t know what would have happened when we reached the station. My father was so drunk he could hardly walk, but the policeman talked to him, quieted him down, helped him to stand straight, and the taxi-man promised to take him safely home. But my father would not leave until he had seen the porters put me on the bus.
  Once I was on the bus, I crouched in a seat and shut my eyes. I felt the strangest pain. A crushing pain that hurt everywhere. I thought if I took off my heavy city shoes, those crucifying monsters, the agony would ease. I took them off, but the mysterious pain did not leave me. In a way it never has; never will.
  Twelve hours later I was home in bed. The room was dark. Sook was sitting beside me, rocking in a rocking chair, a sound as soothing(令人舒畅的)as ocean waves. I had tried to tell her everything that had happened, and only stopped when I was hoarse(嘶哑的)as a howling dog. She stroked her fingers through my hair, and said: “Of course there is a Santa Clause. It’s just that no single somebody could do all he has to do. So the Lord has spread the task among us all. That’s why everybody is Santa Claus. I am. You are. Even you cousin Billy Bob. Now go to sleep. Count stars. Think of the quietest thing. Like snow. I’m sorry you didn’t get to see any. But now snow is falling through the stars—” Stars sparkled, snow whirled inside my head; the last thing I remembered was the peaceful voice of the Lord telling me something I must do. And the next day I did it. I went with Sook to the post office and bought a penny postcard. That same postcard exists today. It was found in my father’s safety deposit box when he died last year. Here is what I had written him: Hello pop hope you are well I am and I am turning to pedal my plane so fast I will soon be in the sky so keep your eyes open and yes I love you Buddy.
55.When Buddy asked his Daddy for Christmas presents, his father’s reaction suggested that            _________________.
A. He felt sorry he forgot to prepare presents for his son.
B. He thought his son should have known all the presents were sent by him, not Santa Claus.
C. It was difficult for him to accept that his son is so greedy.
D. He was ashamed of not knowing what his son liked.
56. Once Buddy was on the bus, he felt the strangest pain . The reason probably is _____________.
A. His father squeezed him so hard that it ached.
B. His father was very drunk and had difficulty returning home.
C. He didn’t say “I love you” to his father.
D. He had an argument with his father at home.
57. Which of the following statements is NOT true?
A. Buddy didn’t tell his Daddy “I love you” until his death.
B Buddy’s father and Miss Sook were people of different personalities.
C. Buddy still held the belief that there was Santa Claus.
D. Buddy finally mailed a postcard to his father.
58. What can be inferred from the first paragraph?
A. Cousin Billy Bob had a good relationship with Buddy.
B. Miss had no idea of Santa Clause, and lied to Buddy.
C. Father loved Buddy very much and prepared a lot of gifts for him.
D. Buddy was afraid of his father for they had been separated long time.
59. The following words can describe Miss Sook except ______________.
A. old             B. clever          C. naughty           D. trusted
60. Which of the following can be the best title of passage?
A. Is There a Santa Clause in the World?
B. A Christmas Memory
C. How to Celebrate Christmas in a Meaningful Way?
D. A Christmas of a Divorced Family

第二节:下面文章中有5处(第61~65题)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,并在答题纸上将相应选项的标号涂黑。选项中有一项是多余选项。
A. Find Friends Fast
B. Meet Twitter Users
C. Forward the Twitter
D. Be Yourself, but Beware
E. Use Twitter from Your Desktop
F. Don't Be Afraid to Interact with Others
Tips on Being a Good Twitterer
Twitter or micro-blogging, is really more of a social commons than a full-blown social network like MySpace or Facebook. It pretty much does one thing: allows people to "tweet" what they're up to (or what they're thinking about) in 140 characters or less.
Since we're sticking with the "less is more" aesthetic, I'm just going to give you 5 Twitter tips instead of the 10 I could have stretched this into.
61. _____________
Say whatever you feel like saying, but remember that whatever you write could exist in the digital universe forever. Proceed with extreme caution.
62. ______________
If you like something they say, reply by clicking the little grey arrow that appears when you hover over one of their tweets. You can also simply type in @username (replacing "username" with whatever their username happens to be on Twitter). This is the formal way to address someone on Twitter.
63. _____________
Twitter has something called an API (Application Programming Interface), which allows programmers to create experiences around Twitter for the community. Because of this, there have been an amazing array of applications released that will allow you to manage your Twitter account easily. There's Twitterrific, TweetDeck, and Twhirl -- just to name a few.
64. _____________
If you're looking for new friends, a quick search for some of your favorite things on search.twitter.com will quickly reveal who you should be friending on Twitter. Maybe they'll follow you back?
65.______________
Keep your eye out for these things. They're meetups for people on Twitter, and there's likely one happening regularly in your neck of the woods. I've taken to hosting one monthly in the Seattle area, as a matter of fact. Meet Twitter people -- tweeps, tweeple -- in meatspace!
Do you have any Twitter tips to pass along? You could even share the link to this article on Twitter and it might become the most popular story today!
        第II卷(共40分)
第三部分:写作(共二节,满分40分)
第一节:短文改错(共10小题;每小题1分,满分10分)
此题要求改正所给短文中的错误。文中共有10处语言错误,要求你在错误的地方增加、删除或修改某个单词。
增加: 在缺词处加上一个漏字符号(∧),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正后的词。
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(从第11处起)不计分。
      Years of school life has taught me a lot of things, by which teamwork is the most important for me.

      In fact, I didn’t realize its importance after I was choosing monitor of my class in my senior middle

school. At first, I did most of the duties myself while other students cared much about class activities. As a

result, I tired out and depressed. Then I turned to my teacher and he advised me to cooperate with the

others. Thus I begin to recognize the strength of my classmates and have everyone do my part in class.

     It is working in teams instead of on my own that has freed me of troubles and made my work more

efficiently.

第二节:书面表达(满分30分):
某国内英语杂志举行征文大赛,要求参赛的高中学生介绍一件自己珍藏的物品(如书信、礼物、照片……)。请你用英文写一篇字数为100-120的参赛稿,内容应包括:
1. 你得到这件物品的过程
2. 这件物品对于你的意义
注意: 文中不得以任何形式透露考生和学校等真实信息。

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英语参考答案及评分标准
1-5 ADCAD     6-10 ABCDD     11-15 DBABC        16-20 DDBCA
21-25 CDBDA     26-30 DBBDC    31-35 DACDC        36-40 BDDCB
41-45 CCCAC     46-50 DDAC      51-55 DDBAC       56-60 BCACCB
61-65 DFEAB
答案详解
1. A
2. D 考查冠词。the New York Times 是专有名词,news 是不可数名词,故填零冠词。句意:“作为美国的精英报纸,纽约时报居然把谣言当作突发新闻报道。”
3. C考查动词辨析。expose 意为“揭露,揭发;使曝光;显示”;admire意为“钦佩;赞美”;distinguish 意为“区分;辨别;使杰出,使表现突出”;hide 意为“隐藏;隐瞒”。句意:他有一些别与常人的能力。
4. A考查形容词辨析。modest 意为“适中的,适度的”;sharp意为“锋利的, 尖锐的”; regular意为“有规律的, 定期的,”amazing意为 “令人惊异的”。本句意为:人们能够接受价格年年增长,但应当是适度的。
5. D 考查非谓语。the last Thursday of November 与observe 之间是动宾关系,又所表示动作是将来时,所以用不定式的被动语态做宾补。句意为:在1863年,林肯总统签署了一个宣言,主张把每年十一月的最后一个星期四定位感恩节。故选D。
6. A 考查副词辨析。apparently意为“显然地”;rarely意为“很少地, 难得地”;secretly意为“秘密地;背地里”;desperately意为“绝望地;不顾一切地”。 句意为:他很显然对这个消息非常吃惊,一个业余选手居然打败了排名前十的职业选手。根据句意应选A。
7. B 考查名词辨析。in peace意为“平安地, 安静地”;in emergency意为“在紧急情况下”;in comfort意为“舒舒服服地”; in amazement意为“吃惊地”。句意为:最令她骄傲的是,身处险境,她毫不慌张。根据句意选B。
8. C 考查连词的用法。句意为:没有人可以忽视这个事实,他的妻子是独立的,即使她的丈夫赚了全部或大多数家庭收入。even if意为“即使”,符合语境,故选C。
9. D 考查时态辨析。句意为:美军在下个月末将会已经撤离伊拉克,从开始驻军到撤离有9年了。根据by the end of next month 可知要用将来完成时,故选D。
10. D 考查情景交际。句意为:不好意思,我的狗使你的女儿受到了惊吓。没什么,动物终归是动物。A项为“她活该”;B项为“人人都有得意日”;C 项为“祸不单行”。根据句意,B项符合题意。
11. D 考查非谓语动词。leave sth +宾补,这里用unchecked 来对助于进行补充说明。句意为:你可能会犯更多的错误,如果你的文章不加检查的话。非常感谢。你能给我一些如何修改它的建议吗?故选D。
12. B考查连词辨析。分析句子可知空格处引导宾语从句,从句已为完整句子,考虑连接副词,根据句意应选B。句意:在各种仪式中,世界人口在星期一达到了七十亿,也引起了人们对日益增长的人口究竟会如何影响地球的资源这一问题的关注。
13. A考查介词短语辨析。with regard to 意为“关于”;as a result of 意为“由于…的结果”;in spite of 意为“尽管”; in addition to 意为“除…之外”。 句意为:关于化学泄露所产生的后果,专家在拿到准确的数据之前,还没有给出最后结论。故选A。
14. B 考查情态动词的用法。在让步状语从句中,用may/might。句意为:尽管你尽力了,他是不会听吸烟潜在危害的忠告的。故选B。
15. C 考查动词短语辨析。leave out 意为“遗漏, 省略, 删去”; wear out意为“(使)筋疲力尽, 耗尽”;carry away 意为“使激动, 使着迷”;be taken in 意为“被欺骗”。句意为:张教授昨天的讲座怎么样啊?听众们都被他鼓舞人心的演讲吸引了。根据句意应选C。
16. D 考查动词词组辨析。get across意为“使...被理解”;take back 意为“拿回;撤消”; hang about意为“徘徊,闲荡”;turn around意为“1. (使)转身,(使)转向;2. 使变好,朝好的方向转变”。句意为:由于毒奶粉事件,公司正在进行广告宣传活动来挽回自身形象。根据句意应选D。
17. D 考查定语从句介词+关系代词的用法。a confident smile on his face.句意为:从他脸上自信的笑容来判断,我们知道他没灰心。故选D。
18. B 考查代词的用法和固定用法。make something of oneself 意为“取得成功”句意为:李娜自成为网球选手以来,已在网球世界取得了巨大成功。根据句意选B。
19. C 考查定语从句。分析句子可知空格出引导定语从句,we thought 是插入语,从句缺少主语,应考虑用关系代词,又是非限制性定语从句,故选C。
20. A 考查虚拟语气。might have done 意为“过去可能是做什么的”,是对过去肯定的猜测。句意为:在市里的一处工地上,工人们挖出了一道以前可能是用来御敌的城墙,但这还有待进一步验证。根据句意选A。
文章大意:我小时候在学校里被人欺负,并打算报复。我把这事告诉了奶奶,她告诉我善恶有报,可我不能理解。当30年后我和她一起吃饭时,我帮她切肉时,我想到了小时候奶奶为我做的同样的事,我终于明白了奶奶当年那番话的智慧。
21. C考查动词。句意为:肚子上一拳不仅痛,而且这耻辱和尴尬让我难以接受。hurt 意为“疼痛”,符合语境。
22. D 考查副词。根据上文我难以忍受疼痛和耻辱,我急切地想去摆平。desperately 意为“不顾一切地,拼命地”,符合语境,故选D。
23. B 考查动词。plan 意为“打算,安排”。根据下文第二段第一句:for some reason, I told my plan to Nana可知。句意为:我打算第二天在车棚与他见面,报仇。
24. D 考查名词。从这一段下文可知,作者对奶奶对他讲的话不是很能理解,奶奶的主张与他自己的打算大相径庭,所以他认为这是一个错误。
25. A 考查名词。 句意为:她给讲了一个小时。在这里lecture 有“冗长的训斥”的意思,故选A。
26. D 考查名词。根据上文可知,作者觉得告诉奶奶这事是个错误,这里选近义的是drag,意为“累赘, 障碍”,符合语境。
27. B 考查动词。结合上文作者的态度和下文的内容可知,作者是模糊记得奶奶那天说过一些事。选C 符合语境。
28. D 考查连词。根据句意:好的事情产生好的结果,而坏的事情产生坏的结果” 可知两句之间是并列关系,故选D。
29. D 考查名词短语。in return“作为回报”;in time“及时;一段时间以后”;in turn“轮流”;in order“按次序的; 合乎程序的”。根据句意:我告诉她我一直在做好事,可换来的却是肚子上一拳。故选D。
30. C 考查连词。根据语境,和上一句应为转折关系,放在句末用逗号都开应用though。句意为:然而,她却坚持她自己的看法。
31. D 考查动词。根据句型it takes sb some time to do sth, 可知此题应选took。
32. A 考查名词。wisdom“明智, 智慧, 正确的判断”;intelligence“智力, 智慧; 理解力”;knowledge“个人的知识”;belief“信念, 信仰”。句意:我花了30年才明白了她的话的智慧、哲理。故选A。
33. C 考查动词词组。come off“成功”;come back“回来,记起”;come by“来串门, 来访,经过”;come across“偶然发现”。句意:每个星期二,我来看她并带她一起去吃饭。故选C。
34. D 考查动词。根据上下文作者来到饭店吃饭,给奶奶点了一碗炖熟的肉,给自己点了汉堡包。故order 符合题意。
35. C 考查动词。根据下文我拿过奶奶的盘子把里面的肉切成小块可知,我应该移开了自己的盘子。故选C。remove 意为:移走; 排除。
36. B 考查连词。as“当…..的时候”。句意:当她非常虚弱地、很费劲地把肉叉到嘴里,我突然想起了……。故选B。
37. D. 考查名词。mind“想法, 思维(方法)”;idea“想法, 主意”;thinking“思想, 思考”;memory“记忆中的事物, 回忆”。句意:我想起了以前的事,眼泪一下就出来了。故选D。
38. D. 考查副词。根据下文,作者想起了他小时候坐在桌边吃饭的时候,奶奶也为“我”做的同样的事,所以应该是40年前。D符合题意。
39. C 考查动词。return“归还, 退回”;react“起反应; 有影响”;regain“复得;赢回”;replace“取代, 代替”。从下文说奶奶是正确的可知,做好事有了回报。根据句意应选C。
40. B 考查连接词。根据句意此处应是宾语从句。句意:我们收获我们播种下去的。故选B。
文章大意A 文章描述了以色列人在用1027个巴勒斯坦人换回一个以色列士兵后的复杂心情,他们表达了对这些巴勒斯坦人继续从事恐怖活动表达了担心。
41. C 词义猜测题。从下文"Yes," says Liron, "we are very happy and excited to see Gilad meet his family. And on the other hand—We are very concerned.可以得出词义。Ambivalent“对某物、某人或某境况具有或显示矛盾情感的”。
42. C 细节理解题。根据"We are very concerned," says Aya."About what happens next," Liron explains. "When the next terrorist blows himself up, someone will have to answer."和下文对释放巴方人员的背景介绍可知,以色列人担心的是会有更多的恐怖袭击。
43. C 细节判断题。从倒数第四段第一句话可知不是所有的以色列人都支持换俘的,尤其是那些受过恐怖袭击的以色列人的家属。故选C。
44. A 主旨大意题。根据全文可知,文章讲的是以色列人对这次换俘虏事件的不同看法。正确答案选A。
45. C 细节判断题。根据下文Like they won. They are really releasing murderers. I'm happy and sad all together.可知,此处指代应为以色列官员。
文章大意B 列举了美国美国图书馆协会向青年读者推荐的十大小说,让学生找一些细节题,信息匹配题。
46. D 细节理解题。综合相关段落可知,Bamboo People介绍的是一个士兵和一个敌国难民通过战争中的经历明白了怎么成为自己民族的一员。故D项不是惊险小说。
47. D 细节判断题。从相关段落可知,Revolution. Random House Children's Books 和The Things a Brother Knows. Random House Children's Books。.可以看出D项符合题意。
48.A 细节理解题。从he must learn to control his power in order to defeat a powerful and corrupt opponent and save his friends可以看出A项符合题意。
49. C细节理解题。从文章第一段可知,这是向青年读者推荐的十本书。故选C。
文章大意C 文章介绍了一个新的研究,证实了人钱越多同情心越少的这一说法。
50. D 细节判断题。从三个试验的最后描述情况都验证了同一个结果:钱越少的人越容易起同情心。故选D。
51. D 细节理解题。从文章的第五段可以看出,低收入的志愿者的心跳会下降当他们看到路上有人在事故中受伤时。故选D。
52.B 推理判断题。从倒数第二段but only the lower-income subjects were reliably able to detect the same feelings in their partner when the roles were reversed.可推断出是低收入志愿者在试验表现中更好。故选B。
53. A 词义推测题。Stellar发现这些学生没有因为家庭收入而又明显个性上的不同,除了一条:所有试验体都适用----家庭收入越低,他们的同情分越高。故选A。
54. C 主旨大意题。根据全文可知,C项正是这次研究的结果。
文章大意D 通过主人公小Buddy 小时候一段与爸爸共度圣诞的经历,向我们讲述了父子之情、亲情、人性的美好。
55. B 细节理解题。从第四段His smile evaporated. His eyes narrowed suspiciously—you could see that he thought I was pulling some kind of trick. But then he blushed, as though he was ashamed to be thinking what he was thinking可以看出父亲觉得我应该知道礼物是他送的,而不是圣诞老人。
56. C 细节理解题。从倒数第四段父亲一定要我说“我爱你”,而我却不肯说。我明明感受到了父亲的爱,却表达不出来,这让我感到非常痛苦。故选C。
57. A 细节判断题。从最后一段That same postcard exists today. It was found in my father’s safety deposit box when he died last year.可知父亲是收到了我的明信片并一直把它保存在保险箱里。父亲早就知道了我对他的感情。故选A。
58. C 从第一段父亲连夜准备礼物,running up and down the stairs, breathing heavily等细节可知,父亲非常在意我的圣诞节,准备了很多礼物。顾答案选C。
59. C 归纳题。从第一段she was sixty-something可知她是年纪大的;从最后一段她给我解释有没有圣诞老人是可以知道她又是睿智的;从第一段我对她的印象和最后一段又可以看出,她是值得信赖的。故选C。
60. B 主旨大意题。综合全文可知,尤其是最后我又现身提到了那封明信片,所以“圣诞的回忆”最符合题意。故选B。
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改错:
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one possible version:
When it comes to the thing that I treasure most, jumping into my mind is a book, Three days to see. It was a gift from my mother, who is always willing to help me. There was a time when I was addicted to online games. Because of that, my study suffered a lot. Instead of scolding me, Mother gave me a book and asked me to read it. Hardly had I finished a few pages when I was greatly attracted by Helen Keller. Despite her disability, she didn’t abandon hope and achieved a lot. It was her determination and courage that made her a huge success.
When I finished reading the book, Mother had a talk with me. “You can also accomplish what Helen Keller did.” Mother’s words ring in my ears whenever I see the book, inspiring me to face the challenge in life.

作文评分标准:
 第五档次(很好):(25-30分)完全完成了试题规定的任务。
  -覆盖所有内容要点。
  -应用较多的语法结构和词汇。
  -语法结构或词汇方面有些许错误,但为尽力使用较复杂结构或较高级词汇所致;具备较强
  的语言运用能力。
  -有效地使用了语句间的连接成分,使全文结构紧凑。
  完全达到了预期的写作目的。
 第四档(好)(19-24分)
  完全完成了试题规定的任务。
  -虽漏掉1、2个次重点,但覆盖所有主要内容。
  -应用的语法结构和词汇能满足任务的要求。
  -语法结构或词汇方面应用基本准确,些许错误主要是因尝试复杂语法结构或词汇所致。
  -应用简单的语句间的连接成分,使全文结构紧凑。
  达到了预期的写作目的。
 第三档(适当):(13-18)
  基本完成了试题规定的任务。
  -虽漏掉一些内容,但覆盖所有主要内容。
  -应用的语法结构和词汇能满足任务的要求。
  -有一些语法结构或词汇方面的错误,但不影响理解。
  -应用简单的语句间的连接成分,使全文内容连贯。
  整体而言,基本达到了预期的写作目的。
 第二档(较差):(7—12分)
  未恰当完成试题规定的任务。
  -漏掉或未描述清楚一些主要内容,写了一些无关内容。
  -语法结构单调,词汇知识有限。
  -有一些语法结构或词汇方面的错误,影响了对写作内容的理解。
  -较少使用语句间的连接成分,内容缺少连贯性。
  信息未能清楚地传达给读者。
 第一档(差):(1-6分)
  未完成试题规定的任务。
  -明显遗漏主要内容,写一些无关内容,原因可能是未理解试题要求。
  -语法结构单调、词汇项目有限。
  -较多语法结构或词汇方面的错误,影响对写作内容的理解。
  -缺乏语句间的连接成分,内容不连贯。
  信息未能传达给读者。
 0分
  未能传达给读者任何信息;内容太少、无法评判;写的内容均与所要求内容无关或所写内容无法看清。

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