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  2) 英语试题
第二节:完形填空(共 20 小题;每小题
  1.5 分,满分 30 分) 阅读下面短文,掌握其大意,然后从
  36~55 各题所给的四个选项(A、B、C 和 D)中, 选出最佳选项。 Andy was still traveling in Spain when he realized he had to confirm(确认) his flight home with the airline company. He was visiting Spain in order to 36 his Spanish. When he was speaking to people 37 he had no 38 understanding what they said. 39 , when he was speaking on the phone, he 40 had a problem. Andy 41 the airline. And the clerk confirmed that his plane was leaving at nine o clock three days from that day. She _ 42 told Andy to be at the airport two hours 43 in order to check in his luggage and get a seat. Since he was 44 in three days, Andy didn’t 45 any time. He visited as many places as he could.He thought that it would probably be a while before he had enough money again. He wished he could 46 and spend a year in Spain. Too 47 , the final day arrived.Andy left early for the airport to arrive two hours before take-off. He hated to 48 . He went to the clerk to 49 his ticket. The clerk looked at the ticket with 50 . “Why, sir, but your flight was at nine o’clock in the morning, and 51 it is eight in the evening.” “But I confirmed my flight,” 52 Andy. “Will I have to pay for another ticket?” “No, sir. However, the next flight out will be three days from now.” Andy’s 53 of shock turned to one of 54 as he realized that now he could continue his 55 .
  36.A.prepare B.improve C.enjoy D.learn
  37.A.slowly B.in public C.in person D.carefully
  38.A.difficulty B.idea C.mistake D.interest
  39.A.Instead B.Therefore C.Meanwhile D.However
  40.A.even B.just C.still D.seldom
  41.A.called B.liked C.trusted D.asked
  42.A.again B.also C.only D.once
  43.A.before B.earlier C.later D.after
  44.A.moving B.returning C.staying D.leaving
  45.A.take B.have C.lose D.find
  46.A.wait B.go home C.stop D.come back
  47.A.shortly B.quickly C.badly D.early
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  48.A.speak B.go C.rush D.delay
  49.A.buy B.present C.order D.provide
  50.A.astonishment B.patience C.respect D.delight
  51.A.maybe B.so C.here D.now
  52.A.insisted B.apologized C.replied D.demanded
  53.A.experience B.expression C.look D.face
  54.A.pleasure B.comfort C.sadness D.hopelessness
  55.A.plan B.flight C.journey D.vacation 第三部分:阅读理解(共 20 小题;每小题 2 分,满分 40 分) 阅读下列短文,从每题所给的四个选项(A、B、C 和 D)中,选出最佳选项。 A EVERYTHING has two sides. One side of SARS is already clear. It is a deadly disease, which causes fear. There were 2,601 cases recorded on the Chinese mainland on April 24, according to government figures. Some 115 people have died and numbers keep rising. But, there’s another side. SARS is a reminder of how fragile(脆弱的) life can be. Suddenly, it’s not just the old people who are thinking about death. Everyone now realizes there might not always be a tomorrow. Wang Xinying, a Senior 3 student in Taiyuan, Shanxi Province, came into contact with a suspected(怀疑的) SARS patient in mid-April. He was told to stay at home for at least two weeks. “Watching TV about more and more SARS patients dying, I never knew that death could be so close. Life is valuable and I’m going to treasure every single day,” he said. SARS teaches people to be grateful, not only for their own lives, but also for others. Doctors and nurses, for example, have to spend all their time with infected patients. As a result, more than 20 per cent of SARS cases in China are medical workers. Xu Bing, a Senior 2 student of Beijing No.5 Middle School wants to be a doctor when he grows up. “Although they certainly know of the dangers, doctors and nurses remain bravely dedicated to saving people’s lives. I’m deeply moved by what they have done. I think they are real heroes,” he said. SARS also teaches sympathy. The past few weeks have been terrible for Chinese people. But there are far worse things than SARS in this world, such as war, earthquakes and murders. Think of the Iraqis, who have been living terrible lives for 20 years. Think of how the Americans felt on 9/
  11. And finally, SARS offers the chance to grow. All different types of people and government officials are joining together to cope in this difficult time. When this passes, China and its people, will have learned great lessons. (From 21st Century, April 28, 20
  03)
  56.The story of Wang Xinying is given in the passage mainly to . A.tell us the hardship of life B.tell us the fragileness of life
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C.tell us the cruelty of SARS D.tell us the joy of life
  57.The main points discussed in the passage is. A.SARS is a deadly disease B.Chinese people are going all out to fight the disease C.SARS teaches us a lot D.doctors are dedicated to saving people’s lives
  58.Among the infected patients by SARS, which of the following is most? A.Students. B.Doctors and nurses C.Workers. D.Officials.
  59.The writer tells us of the brighter side for SARS in ways. A.two B.three C.five D.four B There are three separate sources of danger in supplying energy by nuclear power (原子能). First, the radioactive material must travel from its place of production to the power station. Although the power stations themselves are strongly built, the containers used for the transport of the materials are not. Normally, only two methods of transport are in use, namely road or rail, Unfortunately, both of these may have an effect on the general public, since they are sure to pass near, or even through, heavily populated areas. Second, there is the problem of waste. All nuclear power stations produce wastes that in most cases will remain radioactive for thousands of years. It is impossible to make these wastes non-radioactive, and so they must be stored in one of the inconvenient ways that scientists have invented.For example, they may be buried under the ground, or dropped into deserted mines, or sunk in the sea. However, these methods do not solve the problem, since an earthquake could easily break the containers. Third, there may occur the danger of a leak (泄漏) or an explosion at the power station. As with the other two dangers, this is not very likely, so it does not provide a serious objection to the nuclear program. However, it can happen. Separately, these three types of dangers are not a great cause for worry. Taken together, though, the probability of disaster (灾难) is extremely high.
  60.Which of the following is FALSE? A.It is possible that a leak or an explosion occurs at a power station. B.It is unusual for radioactive materials to be transported across land. C.The containers are likely to be broken by an earthquake. D.Nuclear wastes remain dangerous in most cases for many years. .
  61.The author thinks that the ways to store nuclear wastes are A.easy B.impossible C.reasonable D.ineffective
  62.What do we learn from the last paragraph? A.The power station is a safe place. B.The dangers of nuclear energy can be prevented.
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C.The general public are strongly against the nuclear program. D.By itself, none of the three dangers is very likely to cause much worry.
  63.What is this passage about? A.Uses of nuclear power. B.Dangers from nuclear power. C.Public anger at nuclear power. D.Accidents caused by nuclear power. C There is perhaps no other sport in the world quite so exciting as skiing. For viewers, it is a spectacled(奇观) of unsurpassed beauty. For skiers, it is a vivid personal experience, a thrilling test of mind, muscle, and nerves. And more and more Americans are discovering this thrill for themselves. Not too long ago, skiing had virtually no part in the American sports scene. It was purely a European sport. Then when came the 1932 Winter Olympics at Lake Placid, New York Americans got their first good look at skiing and made the hills. Today ski trains make regular runs from our cities to the great, white outdoors. Lodges and chalets(山上小屋) dot the mountainsides, offering skiers the warmth of their firesides. In addition to joy and exhilaration(兴奋), skiing offers other attractions. It is a comparatively inexpensive sport, and, for the young, the art of skiing can often be mastered in a very short time. The special thrill of skiing is well described by Buddy Werner. “It’s all up to you,” he says. “No teammates can help. You’re alone. It’s you against the snow, the mountains, the terrain(地形), yourself. You’re a warrior(勇士). “
  64.According to this passage, skiing is probably the. A.most exciting sport in the world B.least exciting sport in the world C.most dangerous sport in the world D.least dangerous sport in the world
  65.Skiing . A.has always been popular in America B.has only recently become a popular American sport C.can never become popular in America D.has only recently become popular in Europe
  66.In 1932, when the Winter Olympics were held at Lake Placid, . A.Americans became enthusiastic about the sport B.Americans saw skiing for the very first time C.America did not enter competition D.American finished in last place
  67.Young people like skiing because . A.it takes a long time to learn B.it is extremely dangerous C.the skill can be mastered in a short time D.skiers never get injured D New York(Reuters Health)Researchers at Harvard University have timed babies’ ability to keep long-term memories to the period during which certain regions of the brain develop and mature(成熟).
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Conor Liston and Dr.Jerome Kagan in Cambridge, Massachusetts found that long-term memory?the ability to recall a thing four months later?only begins to develop after babies reach one year of age. The authors got their findings by testing the long-term memory of babies exposed to a series of actions when they were 9,17 and 24 months of age. Four months later, the now21 month and 28-month-olds recalled the actions well, while the younger babies did not. Kagan explained that the human brain starts a dramatic(戏剧性的)period of maturation between the ages of 8 and 12 months. The current findings suggest that this period of maturation is connected with long-term memory. Thirteen-month-olds, whose brains were relatively immature during their exposure to the events, were less able to recall them than older babies, whose brains had already gone through a period of rapid neurological(神经病学的)growth at the time of exposure. Kagan explained that research has shown that between 8 and 12 months of age, babies experience “dramatic growth” in the regions of the brain known as the frontal lobe and the hippocampus, a part of the brain that is important for making memories. During that period, he said, individual nerve cells(细胞)physically grow.
  68.The main idea of the passage is that . A.researchers have found from when a baby is able to remember things for a long time B.researchers tried to find exactly when a baby begins to develop its long-term memory C.8-to 12-month-olds haven’t had a good memory yet D.researchers have tried to find out how well babies can remember things
  69.According to this passage, is able to recall what happened four months ago. A.a 12-month-old baby and a 16-month-old baby B.a 11-month-old baby and a 17-month-old baby C.a 17-month-old baby D.any baby who has reached the age of 13
  70.A baby can recall what happened long ago probably because. A.it has seen enough of the world B.its brain has already gone through a period of rapid neurological growth C.its brain is going through a period of rapid neurological growth D.its head has grown big enough E A Tight Situation Sometimes funny memories (回忆) are the most special way to remember a beloved lover. It helps take away some of the feeling of loss. Before he passed away, my husband loved to share this story with our friends. Now, it makes me smile to share this story with you. Our neighbor’s son was getting married in 1971 at a church, and we were inviteD.We immediately rushed out to the store, and I bought a nice pink dress with a jacket. The dress was a little tight, but 1 had a month before the June 30 wedding and I would lose a few pounds.
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June 29 came and, of course, I had not lost a single pound; in fact, I had gained two. But, I thought a new girdle (收腹健美裤) would solve my problem. So on our way to the wedding, we stopped once again at the store. I ran in and told the clerk I needed a size large girdle. The clerk found the box with the described girdle, marked “L”, and asked if I would like to try it on. “Oh, no, a large will fit just right. I won’t need to try it on
 

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