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  21.?Does Jenny always keep her promise? ? Seldom , . A.if any B.wherever possible C.if ever D.when necessary
  22.How long do you think it will be we finish this dictionary? A.after B.before C.when D.since dangerous driving.
  23.It is reported that the Criminal Law may be winded to A.are rising B.rose C.had risen D.have been risen
  24.I’d hold you to that house, for house prices sharply at the moment. A.are rising B.rose C.had risen D.have been risen your coffee break to help us with the project.
  25.Thank you for giving A.off B.out C.away D.up
  26.?The map will be of help? ?Take it with you you get lost in the forest. A.so that B.even if C.as long as D.in case
  27.London be a wonderful city but it’s not somewhere I’d like to live. A.might B.would C.must D.shall
  28.If you don’t nee that cmail shortly fill out the term again to have another copy to you. A.send B.to send C.sent D.being sent
  29.My grandfather is fond of talking about good old days, is often the case with old people. A.when B.as C.that D.what
  30.Will you it that this report will be sent to the head office imrnediately? A.refer to B.see toC.torn to D.lead to
  31.My friend Shelly is stupid, However, she is pretty smart. A.much too B.more that C.far from D.less than him the job he was dreaming of.
  32.After the interview, Sam expected to get letter A.offering B.offered C.having offered D.to be offered
  33.I wonder there are so many natural disasters across the world in 20
  10. A.which it is that B.what is it that C.how it is that D.why it is that
  34.?I never thought Jerry can speak English so fluently. ?Well, actually he in the USA for two years. A.was staying B.stays C.stayed D.has stayed
  35.?I’m sorry to have brought you so much trouble. ? . A.My pleasure B.No problem C.That’s right D.You’re welcome 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 36~55 各题所给的四个选项(A、B、C 和 D)中选出最佳选项, 并在答题卡上将该项涂黑。 Children with learning disabilities (LD) often have problems. For many, strong 36 of anger,
shame, sadness, or disappointrnent can 37 psychological difficulties such as anxiety, depression or low self-esteem. These problems can be far more than the 38 challenges themselves. Several heading experts in the field of I,D have offered suggestions on ways to help 39 children from these problems. for the To be most effective in supporting 40 , it can help to understand some primary 41 psychological and commotional challenges they may face. First, it is not difficult to see 42 children with LD are at greater risk for developing psychological difficulties if on consklers the repeated faihre they 43 . Althought they make efforts to “try harder,” feedhack(反馈). Their acadernie struggles and failures are children with LD may receive little 44 often met with 45 by teachers, peers and parents. Such disapproral can take the form of unpleasant labeling(标签)of a child 46 “slow,” “lazy” or “dumb.” 47 developing a sense of pride in their accomplishments. Children with LD may 48 in disappointraent and sheme. Low self-cateem and a lack prvent learning and academic success. of confidenee only 49 difficulties they often experience. Research indicates that as many as The second reason is the 50 75% of kids with LD have such 51 as making and keeping friends. Children with LD are less 52 to have negative views of and often rejecred by their peers. Teachers and other adults also may 53 them. Such sojal rejection can result in 54 of self-esteem and feelings of loneliness. Which. 55 . may lead to psychological difficulties such as anxiety and depression.
  36.A.feelings B.opinions C.ideas D.attitudes
  37.A.get B.cause C.solve D.overcome
  38.A.physical B.mental C.potential D.academic
  39.A.prevent B.protect C.remove D.separate
  40.A.children B.experts C.teachers D.parents
  41.A.rules B.ways C.reasons D.directions
  42.A.why B.where C.which D.when
  43.A.experience B.practise C.possess D.find
  44.A.timely B.hopeful C.subjective D.positive
  45.A.courage B.sympathy C.disapproval D.respect
  46.A.for B.as C.with D.to
  47.A.In favor ofB.Instead of C.Because of D.In terms of
  48.A.work out B.turn away C.break off D.end up
  49.A.farther B.hardly C.even D.slightly
  50.A.social B.general C.personal D.cultural
  51.A.mistakes B.values C.chances D.difficulties
  52.A.controlled B.requested C.admitted D.accepted
  53.A.tend B.mean C.prefer D.pretend
  54.A.need B.pride C.loss D.awareness
  55.A.in general B.in particular C.in total D.in turn 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,并在答题卡上将
该项涂黑。 A Looking back at my school yearbooks of the 1970s, 80s, and 90s, I find the style of uniform says a lot about the students and the character of the times. In the 1970s, students accessorized (配饰) their uniforms with platform shoes. During the 80s, hair was huge?literally. Students’ goofy hair filled up nearly every shot in the yearbook. In the 90s, accessories were all the rage (流行). Uniform rules have always been strict. The restrictions (限制) are down to the inch: Gray or plaid skirts must be no shorter than two inches above the knee; a red, green, navy or white polo must be worn at all times; and only white, blue, black, and gray sneakers or flats are allowed. With all these rules, one can’t help but wonder how the typical rebellious (叛逆的) teenager can express her individuality. Still, they manage. Senior Michelle Ferrier says she accessorizes by wearing bright colors like green and pink in bracelets, shoe laces, and headbands to stand out and be fashionable. For any stylish (时尚的) Carondelet student, accessories are key. At Carondelet, one thing’s for sure: The older a student gets, the more she’s willing to bend the rules. Senior Natalia Piwek admits that she often pairs her “tights and colorful socks” with “illegal shoes”. If you happen to see a girl with colorful tights or boots running across the hallway, it’s most likely that she’s running from a dean. In about two months, I will say goodbye to my uniform. I will miss the convenience of wearing it. However, I must say, wearing a uniform has taught me an important lesson that I will take with me when I go off to college: it doesn’t matter what you wear, but how you wear it. And how you carry yourself.
  56.In the 1980s, . A.uniform rules are sneer B.students preferred goofy hair C.accessories were popular with students D.students wrote colorful shoes with uniforms
  57.Which of the following combinations might the students think stylish? a. grey bracelets b. parks shoes laces C. green heathens d. patterned tights E. red polo A.abe B.bde C.bcd D.ace
  58.According to the students, the restrictions of uniforms are . A.atcler B.understanding childish C.childish D.unselfishly
  59.What’s the author’s attitude towards wearing school uniforms? A.Objictive. B.Tolerant. C.Agreenble. D.Oppcaitive.
  60.What is the main point of the text? A.The history of student’s uniforms. B.How to make school uniforms stylish. C.Memories and lessons From school uniforms. D.The debate oven restrictions on school uniforms. B
Just how comfortable is your sofa? Would you be prepared to let a stranger crash out there for the night? And, on the basis of a bit of email correspondence and seeing a photo of the sofa belonging to 'A. N. Unknown', would you travel halfway across the world to do the same? It might sound crazy, but this is exactly what millions of people have done whilst participating in an activity known as couch surfing. Couch surfing is traveling on a budget, using a broad network of contacts in order to get overnight accommodation for free, or at as little cost as possible. Participants join dedicated(专业的) websites, providing as much information about themselves as possible in order to make others feel comfortable hosting them, or using them as a host. Various safety features are generally available in such online networks, like verification of names and addresses, personal references, and 'vouching for' a particular member as a reliable host or guest. As well as the financial advantages of couch surfing, participants also claim that the practice gives them a more unique, authentic travel experience, allowing them to experience culture and cuisine through the locals, rather than from the confines of sanitized tourist accommodation. We open our minds and lives and welcome the knowledge that becomes available through cultural exchange.” Said Casey Fenton, founder of Couch Surfing. Com. “CouchSurfing wants to change not only the way we travel, but how we relate to the world.”
  61.What is the right order of couch surfing? a. Provide personal information. b. Travel to the host’s house. c. Join dedicated websites. d. Check photos of sofas by ensiles. A.d-b-a-c B.b-c-a-d C.a-d-c-b D.c-a-d-b
  62.Which is NOT a safety lecture of online network? A.Verification of identity. B.A copy of the passport. C.Personal references. D.Vouching ior the member as rdioble.
  63.From the text we can know that . A.participants can he hosted or a host B.couch surfing tests people’s patience C.couch surfing leads to trust between people D.people couch surf simply for financial reasons.
  64.The text mainly intends to . A.introduce a new way of traveling B.teach how to keep the Internet safety C.promote online products D.advocate deals of saving money
  65.What can he the best title of the test? A.Touring the World on the Interne B.Unique Advantages of Local Traveling C.Around the World from Sofa to Sofa D.Cultural Exchange by Correspendence C An old problem is getting new attention in the United States?bullying. Recent cases included the tragic case of a fifteen-year-old girl whose family moved from Ireland. She hanged herself in Massachusetts in January following months of bullying. Her parents criticized her school for failing to protect her. Officials have brought criminal charges against several teenagers. Judy Kuczynski is president of an anti-bullying group called Bully Police USA. Her daughter Tina was the
victim of severe bullying starting in middle school in the state of Minnesota. Her said, "Our daughter was a very outgoing child. She was a bubbly personality, very involved in all kinds of things, had lots of friends. And over a period of time her grades fell completely. She started having health issues. She couldn't sleep. She wasn't eating. She had terrible stomach pains. She started clenching her jaw and grinding her teeth at night. Didn't want to go to school." Bullying is defined as negative behavior repeated over time against the same person. It can involve physical violence. Or it can be verbal ? for example, insults or threats. Spreading lies about someone or excluding a person from a group is known as social or relational bullying. And now there is cyber bullying, which uses the Internet, e-mail or text messages. It has easy appeal for the bully because it does not involve face-to-face contact and it can be done at any time. The first serious research studies into bullying were done in Norway in the late 1970s. The latest government study in the United States was released last year. It found that about one-third of students age twelve to eighteen were bullied at school. Susan Sweater is a psychologist at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln and co-director of the Bullying Research Network. She says schools should treat bullying as a mental health problem to get bullies and victims the help they need. She says bullying is connected to depression, anxiety and anti-social behavior, and bullies are often victims themselves.
  66.From the case of Tina, we can know that . A.bullying is rare B.victims suffered a lot C.schools are to blame D.personalities are related
  67.Which of the following is NOT bullying? A.To beat someone repeatedly. B.To call someone names. C.To isolate someone from friends. D.To refuse to help someone in need.
  68.Why is cyber bullying appealing to the bully? A.Because it can involve more people. B.Because it can create worse effects. C.Because it is more convenient. D.Because it can avoid cheating.
  69.According to Susan Sweater, . A.bullies are anti-social B.bullies should give victims help C.students are not requally treated D.bullies themselves also need help
  70.Which of the following can be the best title of the text? A.Bullying?Old Irish Girl Committed Suicide B.15-Year-Old Irish Girl Committed Suicide C.Cyberbullying-Taking Off in Schools D.How to Find Bullying among Teens D Heavy downpours l



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