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2007年高考英语试题(湖南卷)
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2007年普通高等学校招生全国统一考试(湖南卷)
英语试卷

第一部分 听力(共三节,满分30分)
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第二部分 英语知识运用
第一节 单项填空 (共15小题, 满分15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,并在答题卡上将该项涂黑。
21.Reality is not the way you wish things to be, nor the way they appear to be, _________ the way they actually are.
A.as          
B.or         
C.but          
D.and
22.__________ the silence for the pauses, we could hear each other’s breathing and could almost bear our own heartbeats.
A.In           
B.For          
C.Under           
D.Between
23.Polar bears live mostly on ________ sea ice, which they use as _______ platform for hunting seals.
A.a;a           
B.a;the          
C.不填;a           
D.the;不填
24.The biggest problem for most plants, which ________ just get up and run away when threatened, is that animals like to eat them.
A.shan’t          
B.can’t          
C.needn’t         
D.mustn’t
25.As the years passed, many occasions—birthdays, awards, graduations—________ with Dad’s flowers.
A.are marked          
B.were marked        
C.have marked        
D.had marked
26.It’s hard for him playing against me. I’ve got nothing to play for, but for him, he needs to win so ________.
A.far           
B.well         
C.little          
D.badly
27.To save class time, our teacher has ________ students do half of the exercise in class and complete the other half for homework.
A.us           
B.we         
C.our             
D.ours
28.Having checked the doors were closed , and _________ all the lights were off, the boy opened the door to his bedroom.
A.why          
B.that          
C.when          
D.where
29.As the light turned green, I stood for a moment, not _________, and asked myself what I was going to do.
A.moved          
B.moving         
C.to move        
D.being moved
30.We live day by day, but in the great things, the time of days and weeks _________ so small that a day is unimportant.
A.is           
B.are          
C.has been           
D.have been
31.Cathy is taking notes of the grammatical rules in class at Sunshine School, where she ________ English for a year.
A.studies           
B.studied          
C.is studying        
D.has been studying
32.By serving others, a person focuses on someone other than himself or herself, ___________ can be very eye-opening and rewarding.
A.who           
B.which          
C.what            
D.that
33.Most birds find it safe to sleep in the trees, but ________ they have eggs or young chicks, they don’t use a nest.
A.why           
B.how           
C.unless         
D.where
34.“Things _________ never come again!” I couldn’t help talking to myself.
A.lost            
B.losing            
C.to lose          
D.have lost
35.There is an old proverb, “Love me, love my dog.” But there is _________ wisdom in this: “Love me, love my book.”
A.some          
B.much           
C.more            
D.most

第二节 完形填空 (共20小题, 满分30分)
阅读下面短文,掌握其大意,然后从第36至第55小题所给的A、B、C、D四个选项中,选出最佳选项。
When I was young, my parents ran a snack bar in our small town.
One evening in early April, my mother told me to fill in at the snack bar   36   a worker who had the flu. I told her I would mess it up,   37   I had never worked at the bar before. I   38   that instead of making money, I would end up owing it.
“You can do it,” said my mother, “  39  , you won’t get much business until lunch.”
“But I’ll never remember the orders, and I’m no good   40   money. Please, Mom, don’t   41   me.
“Then I’ll help you,” she said.
I shrugged my shoulders. I thought my mother’s   42   was a bad one, but I   43  .
When I got to the bar the next day, I found my mother was   44  . Because the weather that day was rainy and cold, people wanted hot snacks and drinks.   45  , I was really slow at taking the orders and making change. The line of people grew, and everybody seemed   46  , I was so nervous that my hands shook, and I   47   a cup into pieces. What a mess! Then my mother came to   48   me, and she also showed me how to make   49  . If someone gave me $ 5 for something that cost $ 3.25, I handed over
50   quarters and a dollar and said, “75 cents makes four dollars, plus one dollar makes five.” Things went more   51   after that.
By the end of the day, I could remember orders,   52   the bill, and make change quickly with a smile. I was even a little   53   when the sun came out and dried up business. My mother said she was proud of me, and when she   54   that I work at the snack bar again next year, I did not even shrug. I was too busy
55   the restaurant I would open one day.
36. A.to B.for C.after D.over
37. A.because B.though C.until D.while
38. A.promised B.noticed C.worried D.hoped
39. A.Therefore B.However C.Besides D.Yet
40. A.of B.on C.about D.with
41. A.blame B.fool C.frighten D.make
42. A.idea B.bar C.day D.answer
43. A.guessed B.obeyed C.begged D.admitted
44. A.angry B.sad C.worry D.ashamed
45. A.At least B.At last C.At most D.At first
46. A.surprised B.impolite C.pleased D.impatient
47. A.damaged B.destroyed C.broke D.ruined
48. A.scold B.help C.beat D.save
49. A.money B.lunch C.coffee D.change
50. A.two B.three C.four D.five
51. A.smoothly B.fairly C.simply D.conveniently
52. A.turn in B.count out C.take over D.add up
53. A.discouraged B.disturbed C.disappointed D.distrusted
54. A.thought B.stated C.announced D.suggested
55. A.imagining B.preparing C.examining D.describing

第三部分 阅读理解(共两节,满分40分)
第一节 选择题(共17小题, 满分34分)
A
In June, 2007, a group of students from eight high schools in Winnipeg, the capital of Canada’s Manitoba province, will begin test-launching (试发射) a satellite the size of a Rubik’s cube.
The one-kilogram Win-Cub satellite, named for its home city and its shape, will be put into low orbit. Once in space, it can perform for a few months or up to several years, communicating information that could help find the signs of earthquakes.
There are 80 similar satellite projects worldwide, but this is the first high-school based program of its kind in CanadA.30 Manitoba high school students are having a hand in designing and building the satellite, in cooperation with aerospace (航空航天的) experts and 10 students from the University of Manitoba, and with support from two other organizations.
The Win-Cube project is not something that goes on a piece of paper; it is real-world engineering, allowing high school students to have an opportunity to learn more about the exciting world of engineering through their participation in this challenging program. It is also taken as a wonderful example of the unique partnerships within ManitobA.Designing, building and launching a satellite with high-school participation will bring this world-class educational project into reality and Manitoba closer to space.
“These Manitoba high school students deserve congratulations for their enthusiasm, innovation (创新), and a strong love for discovery,” said Education, Citizenship and Youth Minister Peter Bjomson. “We want to make science more relevant (相关的), interesting and attractive to high school students by showing them how classroom studies can relate to practical experience in the workplace or, in this case, in space,” Bjomson added.
The Win-Cube program is mainly named at inspiring a strong desire for discovery on the part of the students. It also shows Manitoba’s devotion to research and innovation and the development of a skilled workforce—all important drivers of knowledge-based economic growth.
56.According to the passage, the Win-Cube satellite is _________.
A.named after Manitoba and its shape
B.intended for international communication
C.designed like a Rubik’s cube both in shape and size
D.challenged by university students around the world
57. According to Mr. Bjomson, ___________.
A.those Manitoba high school students are worth praising
B.the study of space can be practically made in classrooms
C.Manitoba high schools are famous for the study of space
D.scientific research is too far away from high school students
58.The primary purpose of the project is to _________.
A.find the early signs of earthquakes            
B.relate studies to practical
C.help high school students study real-world engineering
D.inspire a strong desire for discovery among the students
59.The best title for this passage may be ________.
A.Manitoba School       
B.Win-Cube Program        
C.Space Co-operation
D.Satellite Launching

B
Welcome to my Message Board!
Subject: Slimming down classics?

Mr.
Handsome
2007-5-12
6:34 AM Orion Books, which decides there is a market in creating cut-down classics (经典著作), is slimming down some novels by such great writers as L. Tolstoy, M. Mitchell and C.Bronte. Now, each of them has been whittled down to about 400 pages by cutting 30 to 40 pages per cent of original, with words, sentences, paragraphs and, in a few cases, chapters removeD.The first six shortened editions, all priced at £6.99 and advertised as great reads “in half the time”, will go on sale next month, with plans for 50 to 100 more to follow. The publishing house believes that modern readers will welcome the shorter versions.

Mr.
Edwards
2007-5-12
9:40 AM Well, I’m publisher of Orion Group. Thanks for your attention, Mr. Handsome.
I must say, the idea developed from a game of “shame” in my office. Each of us was required to confess (承认) to the most embarrassing blanks in his or her reading. I admitted that I had never read Anna Karenina and tried but failed to get through Gone with the Wind several times. One of my colleagues acknowledged skipping (跳读) Jane Eyre. We realized that life is too short to read all the books you want to and we never were going to read these ones.
As a leading publishing house, we are trying to make classics convenient for readers but it’s not as if we’re withdrawing the original versions. They are still there if you want to read them.
Ms. Weir
2007-5-12
11:35 AM I’m director of the online bookclub www.lovereading.co.uk
Mr. Edwards, I think your shortened editions is a breath of fresh air. I’m guilty of never having read Anna Karenina, because it’s just so long. I’d much rather read two 300-page books than one 600-page book. I am looking forward to more shortened classics!
Mr.
Crockatt
2007-5-12
4:38 PM I’m from the London independent bookshop Corckatt & Powell.
In my opinion, the practice is completely ridiculous. How can you edit the classics? I’m afraid reading some of these book is hard work, and that is why you have to develop as a reader. If people don’t have time to read Anna Karenina, then fine. But don’t read a shortened version and kid yourself it’s the real thing.
60.According to the message board, Orion Books ___________.
A.opposes the reading of original classics         
B.is embarrassed for cutting down classics
C.thinks cut-down classics have a bright future     
D.is cautions in its decision to cut down classics
61.In Mr. Edwards’ opinion, Orion Group is shortening classics to _________.
A.make them easier to read                   
B.meet a large demand in the market
C.increase the sales of literary books            
D.compete with their original versions
62.By describing the shortened classics as "a breath of fresh air", Ms. Weir ________.
A.speaks highly of the cut-down classics          
B.shows her love for original classics
C.feels guilty of not reading the classics           
D.disapprove of shortening the classics
63.Mr. Crockatt seems to imply that _________.
A.reading the classic works is a confusing attempt
B.shortening the classics does harm to the original
C.publishing the cut-down classics is a difficult job
D.editing the classic works satisfies children’s needs

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