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2016 长春信息技术职业学院单招英语模拟试题及答案
第一节:语法和词汇知识(共 15 小题;每小题 1 分,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。 例: Mr. Smith owns ______ collection of coins than anyone else I have ever met. A.larger 答案是 B。 21.Football is _______sport I love, _______ sport that has given me so much. A.a; the B./; a C.a; a D.the; the B.a larger C.the larger D.a large

22.You have to ________he is a potential artist though you’re not fond of the style of his works. A.admit B.declare C.announce D.report

23.The house looks much bigger because we ________the wall in brighter colors. A.are painting C.had painted B.have painted D.have been painting

24.She_______ many gifts on her birthday, ________a new watch. A.received; include C.received; including D.accepted; including 25.—I’m sorry I stepped in your foot; it was an accident. —It wasn’t! You did it_________. A.on purpose C.with purpose B.on the purpose D.with the purpose B.accepted; included

26.The boy insisted that he ________old enough, and ________the right to make his own choice.

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A.was; be given given 27.He was in hospital for six months. He felt as if he was_______ from the outside world. A.cut out B.cut off C.cut up D.cut through B.was; was given C.be; give D.is;

28.I prefer a house in small coast village to________ in such a large city________ Sydney. A.that; as B.one; as C.one; like D.that; like

29.He is always ready to help others and_______ for nothing in return. A.asks B.to ask C.asking D.ask

30.If you keep practising your son in football, he________ to make a famous player. A.wants B.hopes C.promises D.wishes

31.You, as well as he and I, _______an important role in our new class. A.plays B.played C.is playing D.are playing

32.He left for lunch________ the clock_________ twelve. A.while; hit C.right away; beat B.immediately; struck D.at once; knocked

33.She wants to apply for a__________ in the office of the new government. A.location B.profession C.career D.position

34.So many great events________ that it is bound to be a most special year in history. A.2008 saw C.did 2008 see B.saw 2008 D.would 2008 see

35. —I’m so glad I caught you at home. I need your help!

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—________, Robin? A.What’s up B.What else C.How come D.Why not

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。 Mr. Smith,head of Howard’s department,never said a pleasant word to anyone. He never smiled.His face always __36__a serious expression.Worse __37__,he never did his own work.__38__,he always asked his subordinates(下 属)to do the job he __39__himself.The clerks were __40__frightened by Mr. Smith that they were afraid to __41__to Mr. White,who was Mr. Smith’s superior.Everybody worked very hard while Mr. Smith,who had nothing to do, read newspapers all morning to__42__. One day,Mr. Smith could not find an important paper.He told Howard to__43__the paper which__44__. When Howard failed to get it,Mr. Smith was extremely angry.The things he said were so humiliating(羞耻的)that the other people in the office thought that Howard 2 was__45__ too much patience by just standing 0 there__46__ nothing.Nobody 0 scene.Suddenly Mr. White asked Mr. noticed that Mr. White was watching the whole 9 Mr. White told Mr. Smith that Smith into his office.When they were___47__ 0 he__48__ him for a long time and that he thought it would be best if Mr. Smith left 5 the company.Struggling unsuccessfully to 0 control himself,Mr. Smith___49___a 5 loud and long sigh. Late, Mr. White decided that it would ___50___be a good idea to select someone __51__ temperament was as different as possible __52__Mr Smith’s. Howard was such a person and he got the job. Telling Howard the good___53__,Mr. White remarked that Howard had been working in that department for a few years and, ___54__ had had ample(大量的)opportunity__55__about its operation. 36.A.put 37.A.again B.showed B.rather C.wore C.also D.made D.still

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38.A.Evan B.Instead C.Obviously D.Only D.had done D.much D.talk D.talk D.1ook through

39.A.must have done B.should have done C.could do 40.A.very 41.A.visit 42.A.study 43.A.look into B.too B.form B.save time B.1ook for C.so C.tell C.kill time C.look up

44.A.had disappeared C.was disappearing 45.A.appearing 46.A.said 47.A.apart B.bringing B.saying B.lonely

B.had been disappeared D.was disappeared C.showing C.to say C.alone D.giving D.and say D.along

48.A.had been observed C.had been 49.A.made up 50.A.certainly 51.A.which 52.A.1ike 53.A.story 54.A.however 55.A.to learn B.cried out B.never B.whose B.in B.news B.thus B.learning

B.had been observing D.had been seeing C.burst into C.possibly C.who C.from C.work C.therefore C.to do D.turned out D.likely D.who’s D.as D.promise D.besides D.doing

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 When I was in high school, I had a recurring(反复的) dream of my teeth falling out.I dreamt about my teeth just about every night for at least three

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weeks. Sometimes they would fall out one at a time, sometimes all at once. I became terrified that my dreams meant I would actually lose my teeth, Nine years later and about a million trips to the dreams, I still have a full set of teeth, but I’ve learned that when we’re experiencing stress in our lives, it tends to show up in our dreams as well. Miller says losing teeth indicates burdens that crush your pride. If your teeth are knocked out, you’ll have sudden misfortune. Other explanations for dreams about lost teeth are that the dreamer is feeling powerless in life and may be in a transitional(过度的) period from one situation of life to another. Some experts believe that dreams of losing teeth today show we’re just as insecure and uncertain as we were in childhood. When I dreamt about my teeth back in high school, I was trying to choose a college— a stressful decision. The dreams resurfaced when college graduation rolled around four years later and I’m sure they’ll start again when I graduate. A little of stress in our everyday lives is normal. But sometimes it becomes such a regular occurrence in our lives that it influences our dreams and causes us to lose valuable sleep. Understanding our dreams is key to identifying and ending stress in our waking hours and restoring peace to our nighttime hours. 56.We know from the text that those who dreamt about lost his teeth indicates that________. A.They will have sudden misfortune. B.They are feeling powerless in life C.They are as insecure and uncertain as they were in childhood D.They are experiencing stress in their lives 57.How many different kinds of explanations are mentioned in the text about losing teeth? A.Two B.Three C.Four D.Five

58.The underlined expression “rolled around” means_______ A.came about B.came down C.came near D.rolled out

59.We can infer from the text that___________.

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A.Our dream can reflect what we go through in our real life. B.Dreams can damage our valuable sleep. C.We only dream when we are under great pressure. D.Our dreams can show us what will happen in the future. 60.The author wrote the passage to tell us that______? A.He wanted to show us his strange dreams. B.He tried to explain why we dream. C.Different people have different dreams D.It is important for us to understand the meaning of our dreams B For all the dinner table, a glass of milk seems to be a constant , at least it was when I was growing up.It was widely believed that milk was integral in building strong bones and teeth. There’s no doubt that dairy products(乳制品), and milk in particular, are high in protein and calcium, and most milk products are supplemented with Vitamin D and A. While it’s well known that our bones need calcium, some studies suggest that high calcium intake doesn’t necessarily lower a person’s risk for fractures(骨 折). A Harvard study found that people who drank two or more glasses of milk had no greater protection from breaking a bone than those who drank a glass or less a week. There’s no doubt that we need calcium, Some anti-dairy supporters claim that dairy can lead to heart disease. Much of this claim is based on high fat and high dairy products, like cheeses and creams, which may indeed contribute to cardiovascular problems. Some studies have linked high milk intakes with a risk of prostate cancer; this seems to be caused by high-fat dairy products, not dairy in general. Although milk was always regarded as one of the most important thing we need for our bones, yet least promoted, factors involved in strengthening bones. Perhaps we should think of dairy as less like a nutrient and more like a food. If you like it, eat it. If not, find some others. Because some claims may not be completely true,

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when I eat a cream, I’m not thinking about calcium, protein, or any such thing. I’m thinking delicious. 61.Which of the following is TRUE on the milk? A.The more milk you drink, the more risk for fractures you might be. B.The more milk you drink, the less risk for fractures you might be. C.The less milk you drink, the less risk for fractures you might be. D.There is no link between them. 62.Some anti-dairy supporters claim that dairy can lead to except______. A.cardiovascular problems C.prostate cancer B.heart disease D.stomach cancer

63.The underlined words “some others” in the last paragraph refer to_____. A.dairy products B.milk C.food D.cream

64.What’s the author’s attitude towards milk? A.He doesn’t like milk any more B.He used to drink milk as a child. C.He regards milk as a nutrient. D.He always cares about calcium, protein when he eats something. 65.We can learn from the text that_____ 2 0 A.All the claims are not completely true . 0 9 B.High milk intakes can lead to cancer. 0 5 C.It’s necessary for you to reduce milk intakes . 0 5 D.Give up milk for your health. C

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As I crammed myself onto a crowded train this morning, I noticed there was a very pregnant(怀孕的) woman standing near me, jammed in tightly and hanging on for dear life.I looked at the passengers sitting in the seats that are supposed to be surrendered to the elderly, physically challenged, and other people who need to sit, Not one of them even looked up; everyone was too absorbed in what they were listening to, reading, or watching to even notice thepregnant passenger. Over the past few years, there have been countless discussions on minding our manners within our new modes of communication.But while we’ve been debating the dos and don’ts oftechnology etiquette(礼节), it appears that many of us have forgotten some of the old school manners that have nothing to do with a keyboard or a monitor, but have everything to do with the long-forgotten Golden Rule.Maybe technology has eroded our brains so much that we can never go back to those golden days. “Giving up your seat to someone is so easy.Even when people don’t accept your offer, I think it’s nice to get up and stay standing so they know you’re sincere. The more that we become the good example, the more it will catch on.” Lizzie Post, says great-great granddaughter of Emily Post . Sophisticated technology doesn’t mean that good manners have to be a thing of the past. In fact, Post says she defines good manners using three simple, everyday principles: consideration, respect, and honesty. “Apply those to any situation and toward all the people involvedincluding yourselfand the solution will make sense.” 66.No one gave up his seat to the pregnant women because______. A.The woman doesn’t need a seat at all. B.It’s not common to give up his seat to others who need it C.No one noticed her on the such crowed train D.Everyone is so tired that all want to have a rest. 67.Paragraph 2 suggests that________. A.We are always having discussions on minding our manners B.Many of us have forgotten some of the old school manners C.It’s technology that has eroded our brains so much

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D.Students always care about their own business instead of school manners 68.The underlined phrase “ catch on ” in the third paragraph refers to____. A.being understood C.being taken B.being popular D.being caught

69.What did Lizzie Post say shows that she was ______? A.honest B.polite C.respectable D.friendly

70. What’s the best title of the passage? A.Where Are Our Manners C.Give up your Seat D.Sophisticated Technology D Mary Buendia once spent a day in an airplane, looking for a cat.She didn't find it that day. The plane flew around all over the world for three weeks with the cat on board. She finally found it in the cargo hold and sent it home first-class.Another time, she found two suitcases full of birds from Turkey.But her strangest experience was when she pulled a snake out of a man's pants. Mary Buendia is an animal health inspector at JFK Airport in New York.She takes care of all the animals that pass through the airport and checks that they are healthy.In the Animal Health Center, there are areas for dogs, cats, reptiles, birds, and fish. There is also an area for very big animals.The biggest they ever had was a black rhino."It was no problem," she says. At the center, they receive all types of animals—monkeys, wild cats, poisonous spiders.It's impossible for one person to know about all of these, but there are 20 people working with Mary.Between them, they understand how to take care of the animals.She recently had to feed a group of toucans, which are rare birds."Luckily," she says, "there is a supermarket nearby which is open 24 hours.I had to go at 2 a.m.to buy bananas." Mary often works at night. "It's quiet between 1 a.m. and 4 a.m.," she says, "because we don't have night flights. We try to give the animals a quiet B.The Long-forgotten Golden Rue

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night." Mary clearly loves her job. "You never know what the day will bring," she says, and goes off to feed the birds. 71.The best title of the passage will probably be ____________. A.JKF Airport in New York. C.Mary Buendia B.Airport Health Inspector. D.Animal Health Center.

72.From the first paragraph, we can know that ___________. A.Working as an Airport Health Inspector, Mary Buendia has various experiences. B.After the cat was found, it was sent home to New York. C.Mary got frightened when she pulled a snake out of a man’s pants. D.Mary was tired of dealing with animals at the airport. 73.We can infer from the passage that ______. A.Mary often works at night during flights. B.It took Mary a whole day to find a lost cat in an airplane C.Only healthy animals can be permitted to go aboard the airplane. D.Mary knows everything about the animals by working with 20 other people. 74.An Airport Health Inspector should do the following Except ___________. A.inspect whether the animals are healthy. B.go shopping at night C.take care of animals D.work with colleagues and learn from each other 75.What kind of animals is "reptile" (in Para2) _________ A.a kind of large animals C.a kind of rare birds B.a kind of wild spiders D.The passage doesn't mention

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第 II 卷(共 45 分)

第四部分:书面表达(共两节,满分 45 分) 第一节 阅读表达(共 5 小题;每小题 3 分,满分 15 分)阅读下面短文,并根据短文 后的要求答题(请注意问题后的字数要求) Although we have been told a million times to eat fruits and vegetables, it can be boring to eat the same products day after day.Fortunately, grocery stores have grown a lot more exciting lately.Shoppers can now buy fruits and fruit juices filled with the flavors of rainforests, distant mountainsides, and tropical islands.Many of these fruits are also used as ingredients(原料) in a variety of food products. In the United States some magazine articles and health food supporters say that the fruits in some of these products will fight cancer, treat heart disease, strengthen the immune system(免疫系统), and help people live longer ,and bring other benefits. Based on such idea, these natural products have been called “superfruits”.In 2007, Amerians spent tens of millions of dollars on dietary supplements and foods containing superfruits. From 2006 to 2007, sales of these superfruits proved to be outstanding. But are these superfruits really better for people than local products? Companies that add superfruits to their products are funding studies that aim to establish how healthful they are.Butmany independent nutritionists doubt that these foods have extra nutritional value. The only thing that’s really special about superfruits, they argue, may be their price.Owing to the long distances they must travel to reach U.S.kitchens, these fruits usually _____________________. “Right now , there is no science that these superfruits are connected with better health”, says David Katz, director of the Yale—Griffin Prevention Research 2 . The fact is , there is no proof Center. “It doesn’t mean the companies are wrong 0 that they are right.” 0 9 76.What’s the best title for the passage? (Please answer within 10 words) 0 5 _________________________________________________________________ 0 ______ 5

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77.Which sentence in the passage can be replaced by the following one? At present, no scientific proof can show that there is a close connection between superfuits and better health. _________________________________________________________________ ______

78.Please fill in the blank in the fourth paragraph with proper words to complete the sentence. (Please answer within 10 words). _________________________________________________________________ ______

79.Would you buy superfruits ? Why or why not? (Please answer within 30 words). _________________________________________________________________ ______

80.Translate the underlined sentence in the fourth paragraph into Chinese. _________________________________________________________________ ______

第一节 写作(满分 30 分) 为迎接奥运会,北京市政府于 2008 年 7 月 20 日开始实施“限车令”。而奥运会 结束后,人们对是否有必要继续实施“限车令”各持己见。请简单介绍上述现象并发 表自己的观点及理由。 注意: 1.词数 120-- 150 字。 2.可根据内容要点适当增加细节,以使行文连贯。

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3.参考词汇:“限车令”car restrictions _____________________________________________________________________ _____________________________________________________________________ _____________________________________________________________________ _____________________________________________________________________ _____________________________________________________________________ _____________________________________________________________________ _____________________________________________________________________ _____________________________________________________________________ _____________________________________________________________________ _____________________________________________________________________ _____________________________________________________________________ _______________________________

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第二部分:英语知识运用 第一节:语法和词汇知识 21.答案:C 解析:句意“足球是我喜欢的运动,从中我受益匪浅”。前面表示“一 项运动”;后者 a sport 是个同位语。 22.答案:A 解析:句意“虽然你不喜欢他作品的风格,当你必须承认他是一个有天 赋的艺术家。”B、C 都表示“宣布、声明”;D“宣布” 23.答案:B 解析:由题意及 looks 可知答案。 24.答案:C 解析:accept 指主观上接受;receive 指客观上收到。Including 为动词ing 形式,但在用法上已等同于介词了。

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25.答案:A 解析:on purpose“故意地”为固定搭配。Purpose 与 with 搭配构成的 是 with the purpose of…“以……为目的”。 26.答案:A 解析:句意“男孩坚持说他已足够大了,应该有权利自己做选择了。” 第一空“坚持是……”用陈述语气;第二空“坚持应该……”用的是省略了 should 的虚拟语气。 27.答案:B 解析:cut off from the outside world“与世隔绝”。 28.答案:B 解析:第一空用 one 表示非特指,代指 a village;第二空为 such…as 的固 定搭配。 29.答案:C 解析:本题结合时态考查了省略。本题省略了主语及系动词 be.

30.答案:D 解析:句意“如果你坚持对你儿子进行足球训练,他将成为一名著名的 球员”promise 在此表示“有前途,有……的可能” 31.答案:D 解析:本题结合时态考查了主谓一致,as well as 连接主语时,谓语动词 根据 as well as 之前的主语判断单复数。 32.答案:B 解析:immediately 在此用作从属连词,引导时间状语,相当于 as soon as。Hit 强调“击中”;beat 指连续的打击、敲击;strike 表示“敲打、撞击”; knock 为“敲击”是不及物动词。 33.答案:D 解析:题意“她想在新政府中申请一个办公室的职位。”location“位置、 所在地”;profession“职业”;career“事业”;position“职业、工作” 34.答案:C 解析:将 so 及其所修饰的词置于句首,要用部分倒装。Saw 为实义动词, 故加 did. 35.答案:A 解析:本题考查交际用语。What’s up“怎么了?” 第二节:完形填空 36.答案:C 解析: 面部带着什么表情用 wear,意为“面带…”。 37.答案:D 解析: worse still 更糟的是。 38.答案:B 解析:上下文为转折关系。

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39.答案:B 解析:根据句意“相反地,他总是要求他的下属做本该他自己做的事 情”,故用 should have done。 40.答案:C 解析:由上下文可知下属都害怕 Mr.Smith。 41.答案:D 解析:talk to 告诉,与……谈话 42.答案:C 解析:kill time 意为“打发时间”。 43.答案:D 解析:Mr.Smith 告诉 Howard 去“寻找”那个文件,用 look for。 44.答案:A 解析:disappear“消失”,既无被动语态,也无进行时态。 45.答案:C 解析:表现出极大的耐心,show“表现”。 46.答案:B 解析:站在那里一句话也不说。 47.答案:C 解析:alone“独自的”,lonely‘孤独的”。 48.答案:B 解析:“一直在观察”,由上下文时态可知,此处应用过去完成进行时。 49.答案:C 解析: burst into“突然爆发出”。 50.答案:A 解析:Mr.white 认为找个脾气与 Mr.Smith 尽可能不同的人一定是个 好主意。certainly “一定地”。 51.答案:B 解析:引导词在从句中作定语。 52.答案:C 解析:be different from 与……不同。 53.答案:B 解析:good news“好消息”。 54.答案:C 解析:therefore 因此。 55.答案:A 解析:have opportunity to do sth.有机会做某事,固定搭配。 第三部分:阅读理解 56.答案:D 解析:本题为细节理解题。宜用排除法确定答案。文章作者多次提到做 此梦时候在现实的生活中经常的面对压力。而 ABC 三项的观点片面甚至有些唯心。

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57.答案:C 解析:本题为细节题。根据文章的第一、二段可以得出文章共有四种梦 中掉牙的不同解释。 58.答案:C 解析:本题为词义猜测题。由第三段 The dreams resurfaced when college graduationrolled aroundfour years later and I’m sure they’ll start again when I graduate.一句可知“四年后当大学即将毕业时,这个梦又重新出现了”预 示着作者面临着毕业后的就业的压力。所以此处的 rolled around 意思是“即将到 来”。 59.答案 A 解析:本题为推理判断题。要求学生通过全文得出合理的结论。根据第一 段“I’ve learned that when we’re experiencing stress in our lives, it tends to show up in our dreams as well”可以推断出“我们的梦是现实生活经历的反映”的表述符 合题意。其他的选项不符合题干的要求。 60.答案:D 解析:本题为主旨大意题。要求学生通过研读全文信息,判断作者的写 作意图。总观本文,可以看出这篇文章是对“梦中掉牙”的梦的不同的观点。对梦 有一个正确的看法对我们来说是非常重要的。 61.答案:D 解析:本题考查考生对文章中具体细节的理解和推断:根据第二段的 Harvard study found that people who drank two or more glasses of milk had no greater protection from breaking a bone than those who drank a glass or less a week.可以推断出牛奶的引用量和骨折之间没有必要的联系。 62. 答案:D 解析:本题考查考生对文章中具体细节的掌握情况:根据第三段的有关 信息可以得知文中没有涉及到胃病的问题。 63.答案:C 解析:本题考查考生的理解推断能力:根据最后一段 Perhaps we should think of dairy as less like a nutrient and more like a food. If you likeit, eat it. 可 知作者的观点是如果喜欢就用,不喜欢就换其他的食品(物)。 64. 答案:B 解析:本题考查考生的推理判断能力:根据第一段的 at least it was

when I was growing up 可以推断出作者在小时候是常常喝牛奶的。
65.答案 A 解析:本题考查考生的推理判断能力:Because some claims may not be completely true 可以得知并不是所有的声明都是完全正确的。其中 all not =not all 表示部分否定,意为“并非所有的”。 66.答案:B 解析:本题考查考生的理解推断能力。根据第一段的 Not one of them even looked up; everyone was too absorbed in what they were listening to,

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reading, or watching to even notice thepregnant passenger.可知在作者看来, 没人主动让座的原因并不是没人注意到有人需要帮助,而是大家已经没有了让座 的习惯。从而引起作者对下文的阐述。 67.答案:D 解析:本题考查考生的推理判断能力。根据第二段 it appears that many of us have forgotten some of the old school manners that have nothing to do with a keyboard or a monitor, but have everything to do with the long-forgotten Golden Rule. 此处的 keyboard 和 monitor 应该指的是与自己利益有关的事情。 68.答案:B 解析:本题考查考生对短文中生词的理解。根据 The more that we become the good example, the more it will catch on. 可知“如果每个人都能以 身作则,那相互让座这件事就会变的。。。”故可推断 catch on 在这里是指“变 的流行”。 69. 答案:C 解析:本题考查考生对文章中具体细节的掌握情况。根据“I think it’s nice to get up and stay standing so they know you’re sincere”和最后一段的 “she defines good manners using three simple, everyday principles: consideration, respect, and honesty”.可知在作者看来,Lizzie Post 是一位值得 尊敬的人,当然是更值得学习的人。 70.答案:A 解析:本题考查考生对主旨大意的理解能力。作者主要通过自己在火车 上所见,讲述了为什么越来越多的人遗忘了传统的礼仪。作者以 Where Are Our Manners? 反问读者的形式为题目。更能让读者得到自我的反思。 71.答案:B 解析:纵读全文,我们 不难发现文章以人(Mary)为载体,向我们介绍 了 Mary 的职业:而答案 C 太笼统。AD 是文中提到的两个地点,故应选 B 72.答案 A 解析:A 是对第一段的总结。B 错在“to New York”; C 项文中并没提及; D 观点错误。 73.答案:C 解析:从文中 She takes care of all the animals that pass through the airport and checks that they are healthy. In the Animal Health 可知;其它选项 与原文不符。 74.答案:B 解析:A,C,D 是一个 Airport Health Inspector 的职责所在。而答案 B 则是具体事例。 75.答案:D

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第四部分:书面表达 第一节 阅读表达 76.Superfruits—Healthy or not ? 77.Right now , there is no science that these superfruits are connected with better health 78.cost considerably more than local products. 79.No.I won’t. Because we don’t know for sure whether the so—called superfruits are healthy or not. Spending so much money on such things is not good value. 80.在食品中添加超级水果的公司正在为一些研究提供资金,而这些研究旨在证实超 级水果对人们是多么地健康。 第二节 写作(满分 30 分) One possible version: To make Beijing Olympic Games a successful event, Beijing government enforced “ car restrictions” on July, 20th.However, with the end of the Olympic Games, it still remains a question whether we should keep the ban or not. People express different voices on it. As for me,I support long-term car restrictions. First, car restrictions contribute to solving air pollution. During the Olympic games, the whole world were deeply impressed with the environmental—friendly city of Beijing. Even Beijing people themselves enjoy the blue sky instead of the foggy days in the past. Secondly, owing to the ban, more people choose to take public transportation instead of driving cars. Without the ban, it’s hard to imagine how severe the traffic jams will be in the future. So, for a better environment and traffic condition, it is quite necessary for us to carry out the ban even after the Olympic Games.


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