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外研教材复习(六)
Class: Name: Marks: 满分(120)

一、语法和词汇(共15小题;每小题1分,满分15分)
1. -This painting isn't worth $100. It's worth $60 at most.
-Oh, the seller ___ me too much.
A. offered B. paid C. charged D. cost
2. The children have been playing with my hat-they've made it out of ___.
A. order B. shape C. date D. range
3. The reason he gave for his being late yesterday is that his car got ___ in the heavy snow.
A. sticking B. to stick C. stick D. stuck
4. According to the timetable, the train for Beijing ___ at 7:00p.m, so I have to set off for the station now.
A. has left B. is to leave C. will have left D. leaves
5. How delighted I feel to my daughter playing with her friends in the pleasant park with trees ___ shade.
A. providing B. provided C. to provide D. having provided
6. -Could you lend me some money?
-Sorry, mine seems to have ___.
A. used up B. run out C. given up D. put out
7. -Is there any ___ the time that I can stay here?
-Yes, you must leave here before he comes back.
A. number of B. length of C. limit to D. matter with
8. ___ the homemade gift looks like, remember it's the thought that counts.
A. However B. No matter how C. Whether D. No matter what
9. You'd better not phone Karolin between 7 and 8 this evening; she ___ her homework then.
A. is being done B. has been doing
C. will be doing D. will have done
10. Miss Alice had been working so hard day and night for nearly a month that ___ she made herself ill.
A. eventually B. definitely C. hopefully D. purposefully
11. ___ more information about our company, please enter your e-mail address below and click here.
A. To find out B. Finding out
C. Find out D. Having found out
12. -Take you raincoat. It ___ soon.
-What if it does? I'm not made of paper.
A. is about to rain B. is going to rain C. is raining D. is to rain
13. The motorway was closed because of the thick fog, so we had to find a(n) ___ route.
A. competitive B. effective C. collective D. alternative
14. We're not going on holiday this year; ___ we haven't got the money and then there's still a lot we need to do on the house.
A. for a start B. in other words
C. on the other hand D. on the contrary
15. David's never willing to alter any of his opinions. You're ___ your time arguing with him about this matter.
A. spending B. wasting C. losing D. missing
二、完形填空 (共20小题;每小题1.5分,满分30分)
As my daughter was riding to school with her two friends, a truck pulled out in front of them. The accident 16 on March 11th, 2007-four days before her 16th birthday. She was 17 in the back seat and 18 the most injuries. She broke her face, neck, four places on her back and right arm and had bad brain injury. The 19 did not think she was going to survive. She was known 20 the only recovered child throughout this hospital 21 we stayed for over three months.
It has been one year 22 the accident. My daughter finally 23 from this life-changing accident. 24 my knowledge, our community church had a BBQ and 25 all raised money to my daughter for her 26 expenses. When I know that the 27 was doing for her, you can imagine my shock. Since it has been one year, few people remember my daughter and many people have 28 calling her and visiting her. By having the BBQ, our small community has shown my daughter that there are people who 29 think of her and care about her.
I hope if 30 knows of someone who is in a(n) 31 such as this, they will remember that the 32 of being alone is very 33 . Show kindness by visiting or 34 those who had a life-changing event. My daughter's accident 35 less than a minute but changed her life, plus our entire family's life forever.
16. A. appeared B. reached C. happened D. arrived
17. A. riding B. walking C. hurrying D. moving
18. A. accepted B. suffered C. refused D. knocked
19. A. patients B. classmates C. doctors D. teachers
20. A. for B. to C. as D. on
21. A. that B. where C. which D. when
22. A. since B. before C. during D. over
23. A. came B. became C. recovered D. returned
24. A. Under B. With C. In D. Without
25. A. lent B. showed C. gave D. borrowed
26. A. physics B. medical C. chemical D. schooling
27.A. community B. neighbor C. relation D. street
28. A. forgotten B. regretted C. stopped D. enjoyed
29. A. already B. never C. seldom D. still
30. A. anyone B. someone C. no one D. everyone
31. A. condition B. situation C. position D. attitude
32. A. mind B. sense C. feeling D. idea
33. A. painful B. meaningful C. peaceful D. doubtful
34. A. rescuing B. teaching C. directing D. calling
35. A. continued B. lasted C. spared D. paused
三、阅读理解(共20小题;每小题2分,满分40分)
A
Dear editor,
I used to be a doctor in the children's department of a hospital. Sometimes I treated children who had been poisoned by medicine for older family members. The children didn't know the medicine was dangerous; they just knew it tasted sweet. Children easily open the bottle that we now use in China.
Some days ago, I talked about medicines with an American. He showed me a sort of plastic bottle. The design was quite simple and I'm sure our Chinese factories could produce these bottles. The top of the bottle locks can be opened by pressing down on it while turning. This is difficult for most young children to do, though grown-ups can open these bottles very easily.
I'm certain that the expense of making such tops would be very small. As a doctor, I'd love to see this done. And most parents would be grateful.
Sincerely yours,
Li Hua
36. The writer's job in the hospital was mainly to ___.
A. treat sick children B. treat poisoned people
C. give medicine to people D. give medicine to children
37. From the letter we can conclude that ___.
A. some children like to take adults' medicine
B. some adults' medicines can cause danger to children
C. all children like to take sweet medicines
D. all adults' medicines are dangerous to children
38. The doctor seems to be ___.
A. happy about China's hospital B. sorry for what has happened
C. eager to disclose(揭露) the affair D. anxious to solve the problem
39. The doctor thinks that we should ___.
A. learn from the Americans B. buy this kind of bottle
C. produce this kind of plastic bottle D. turn to Americans for advice
40. The letter was written to the editor in order to ask for ___.
A. money from the newspaper B. the plastic bottles from the readers
C. advice from the editor D. support from public opinion
B
We start forming impressions of people we meet from the moment we set eyes on them. A large part of the first impression that you create comes from your body language. Your body language speaks louder than the words you say.
Face
The face is the most expressive part of the body. If you are feeling anxious then your facial expression may lead you to appear cold, or unhappy. You can break this misrepresentation by trying to smile. Your smile is one of the strongest tools you have in meeting new people. It will help you appear warm, friendly and confident.
Eyes
Our eyes give clues to our emotions. Making very little eye contact can either show shyness or fear. Looking at others says that you are interested, friendly, and at ease.
Hands
Your hands are also very expressive. Open gestures tend to make you appear open and honest. By pointing your finger, or moving your hands closer together, you can draw attention to what you are saying. Used properly, hand gestures can make you seem friendly. Making too many gestures can make you appear uncontrolled. Touching your sleeves, face, etc. can make you appear tense, nervous, and sometimes dishonest.
Posture
Your posture makes a big contribution to your body language and shows your level of self-confidence. By falling away from them or leaning back, you show a lack of interest. When we are feeling low in confidence and want to hide away, keep our heads down. Your posture gives not only signals about your interest in something but also clues showing your status within a group.
In summary, our face, eyes, hands and posture express what is going on inside of us. Using good body language can bring up our level of self-confidence.
41. According to the passage, the first impression you usually give others is created by your ___.
A. interesting words B. attractive look
C. polite attitude D. body language
42. The underlined word"misrepresentation"in the second paragraph probably means ___.
A. representing somebody wrongly B. an uncomfortable atmosphere
C. a kind of unfriendly behavior D. the situation that one can't bear
43. Your smile will help you appear all the following EXCEPT ___.
A. calm B. warm C. friendly D. confident
44. Touching your face with your own fingers probably makes you appear ___.
A. enthusiastic B. nervous C. uncontrolled D. dishonest
45. Which of the following is the good effect for you to use your body language?
A. Giving clues showing your status within a group.
B. Expressing what you are really feeling inside.
C. Bringing up your level of self-confidence.
D. Giving signals about your interest in something.
C
The Ministry of Construction has released the names of the first group of 20 national parks, including 9 Suzhou classical gardens: Zhuozheng Garden, Liu Garden, Wangshi Garden, Huanxiu Villa, Lion Grove, Yipu Garden, Ou Garden, Tuisi Garden and Canglang Pavilion.
National parks refer to the famous city parks and gardens. Suzhou classical gardens are parts of China's precious cultural heritage (遗产) (all the 9 gardens are on the list of World Cultural Heritage) as well as a necessary part of the life of Suzhou citizens, not to mention they are also world-famous tourism resorts (胜地). In fact, their unique historical and cultural background serves to contribute to their ranking among national parks.
The earliest classical gardens in Suzhou can date back to the Song Dynasty. However, the gardens impress their visitors not only with their age-old history but also with their delicate scenes, particularly Canglang Pavilion, Zhuozheng Garden, Lion Grove and Liu Garden, the most famous four that represent different styles of dynasties of Song, Yuan, Ming and Qing.
In 1978, an imitation(仿造物) of a Suzhou classical garden was set up by Chen Congzhou (the author of the book Suzhou Classical Gardens) in the City Museum of Art in New York, US, which was the first time ever to directly introduce Chinese ancient architecture to Westerners.
46. ___ parks and gardens are selected as National Parks in the first group.
A. 9 B. 8 C. 20 D. 4
47. Which of the following statements about Suzhou classical gardens is NOT true?
A. They are parts of China's precious cultural heritage.
B. They are world-famous tourism resorts.
C. They are a necessary part of the life of Suzhou citizens.
D. They came into being at the same time.
48. The earliest classical gardens in Suzhou can date back to ___.
A. the Song Dynasty B. the Yuan Dynasty
C. the Ming Dynasty D. the Qing Dynasty
49. Which of the following can best explain the meaning of the underlined word "delicate"?
A. astonishing B. delicious C. beautiful D. impressive
50. The first imitation of a Suzhou classical garden was set up in ___.
A. London B. New York C. Paris D. Tokyo
D
Nearly 300 miles long, up to 18 miles across and 4000 vertical(垂直的) feet down, the 8th new wonder: the splendid Grand Canyon(峡谷).
Viewing its glory, President Theodore Roosevelt called the Grand Canyon "a natural wonder, absolutely unparalleled(无比的)throughout the rest of the world". He urged Americans to preserve what he described as the "wonderful greatness, the nobleness, the great loneliness and the beauty of the canyon". More than a hundred years later, it's still easy to see why almost 5 million annual visitors call the Grand Canyon a wonder.
The canyon stretches as far as the eye can see. Some 5 or 6 million years ago, the Colorado River rushed through this land, carving out the massive canyon we see today, exposing even older layers of rock previously buried. Geologists say some are 2,000 million years old. Native Americans were the first people to make these rocky walls as their homes about 12,000 years ago.
Today the Hualapi and Havasupai Indians live deep in the canyon, balancing age-old traditions with modernity. There are no roads to this village; mules carry the mail here. But at the same time, the tribes are designing a skywalk that promises an excellent view over the canyon early next year. The bald eagle, wild and endangered American icon is another longtime resident of the Grand Canyon.
51. President ___ sang high praise for the Grand Canyon.
A. Bush B. Clinton C. Roosevelt D. Washington
52. It was ___ that rushed through the land and then the Grand Canyon came into being
A. the Nile River B. the Colorado River
C. the River of Babylon D. the Amazon River
53. The tribes living in the canyon are building ___.
A. a road B. a bridge C. a skywalk D. a railway
54. Which of the following statements about the bald eagle is NOT true according to the passage?
A. The bald eagle is becoming endangered.
B. The bald eagle has lived in the Grand Canyon for a long time.
C. The American icon is the bald eagle.
D. The bald eagle is a kind of tame bird.
55. The passage mainly introduces ___.
A. the Arizona plains B. the bald eagle
C. the Colorado River
D. the 8th new wonder of the world : the Grand Canyon
四、写作(共两节,满分35分)
第一节 短文改错(共10小题;每小题1分,满分10分)
Tom was a little boy from a town and he would spend the
holiday on a farm. He had never been to a farm ago, and this was 56. ______
the first time in his life that he has seen such animals as goats and 57. ______
sheeps, pigs and cows. The first morning he got up almost before 58. ______
daylight to watch the farmer milk the cows. Then he wanted to help feed 59. ______
the other animals. The farmer gave him a lamb but told Tom he must 60. ______
take good care of it, as its mother had been died. Very soon the lamb 61. ______
will follow Tom all over the farm. Tom also learnt to feed chickens 62. ______
and collect the eggs. Every day he enjoyed him very much with the 63. ______
animals. At last the day came which he had to go back home. That 64. ______
was a very sadly day for him, as he felt sorry to say goodbye to all 65. ______
the animals on the farm.

第二节 写作(满分30分)
请根据下列提示, 介绍保护珍稀动物的意义及必要性。
1.动物是人类亲密的朋友,尤其是珍稀动物的存在使整个世界变得丰富多彩;
2.最近听到甚至动物园里的珍稀动物都遭到人为伤害,深表震惊。事件的发生源于有些人对保护动物认识不够及对动物漠不关心;
3.牢记保护珍稀动物是我们每个人的职责,我们应宣传其意义,并采取积极有效措施。
要求:
1. 内容必须包括所有要点,可适当发挥;
2. 词数: 120-150。

参考答案:
1-15 CBDDA BCDCA ABDAB
16-35 CABCC BACDC BACDA BCADB
36-55 ABDCD DAABC CDACB CBCDD
56. ago→before 57. has→had 58. sheeps→sheep 59. √ 60. but→and
61. 去掉been 62. will→would 63. him→himself 64. which→when 65. sadly→sad
书面表达:略

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