英语

本试卷分第Ⅰ卷(选择题)和第Ⅱ卷(非选择题)两部分。考试结束,将试题卷和答题卡一并交回。

第Ⅰ卷

注意事项:

1.答第Ⅰ卷时,考生务必将自己的姓名、准考证号填写在答题卡上。

2.选出每小题答案后,用2B铅笔把答题卡上对应题目的答案标号涂黑,如需改动,用橡皮擦干净后,再选涂其他答案标号框。不能答在试卷上,否则无效。

第一部分英语知识运用(共两节,满分45分)

第一节单项填空(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,并在答题卡上将该选项涂黑。

例:Itisgenerallyconsideredunwisetogiveachildheorshewants.

A.howeverB.whateverC.whicheverD.whenever

答案是B。

1.--I'msorryImadeamistake!

--Nobodyisperfect.

A.TakeyourtimeB.You'rerightC.WhateveryousayD.Takeiteasy

2.Wouldyouliketowithustothefilmtonight?

A.comealongB.comeoffC.comeacrossD.comethrough

3.IwasgladtomeetJennyagain,Ididn'twanttospendalldaywithher.

A.butB.andC.soD.or

4.WhenIarrived,Bryantookmetoseethehouse_Iwouldbestaying.

A.whatB.whenC.whereD.which

5.Igottotheofficeearlierthatday,the7:30trainfromPaddington

A.caughlB.tohavecaughtC.tocatchD.havingcaught

6.Sincenobodygavehimanyhelp,hehavedonetheresearchonhisown.

A.canB.mustC.wouldD.need

7.Weveryearlysowepackedthenightbefore.

A.leaveB.hadleftC.wereleavingD.haveleft

8.Thewatchwasverygood,andhe20percentdownforit.

A.agoodoneB.abetteroneC.thebestoneD.abestone

10.ItwasonlyafterhehadreadthepapersMr.Grossrealizedthetaskbeforehimwasextremelydifficulttocomplete.

AwhenB.thatC.whichD.what

11Aseriousstudyofphysicsisimpossiblesomeknowledgeofmathematics.

A.againstB.beforeC.beyondD.without

12.Onlybyincreasingthenumberofdoctorsby50percentproperlyinthishospital.

A.canbethepatientsB.canthepatientsbetreated

C.thepatientscanbetreatedD.treatedcanbethepatients

13.Fourandhalfhoursofdiscussiontookusuptomidnight,andbreakforcheese,chocolateandteawithsugar.

A.a;aB.the;theC.不填;theD.a;不填

14.It'saneither-orsituation-wecanbuyanewcarthisyearorwecangoonholidaybutwecan’tdo.

A.othersB.eitherC.anotherD.both

15.-Areyousureyouwon'tcomeforadrinkwithus?

-,ifyouinsist

A.NotatallB.ItdependsC.AllrightthenD.Idon'tcare

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,从短文后面各题锁哥的四个选项(A、B、C和D)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。

MichaelGreenbergisaverypopularNewYorker.Heisnotfamousinsportsorthearts,Butpeopleinthestreets16him,especiallythosewhoare17.

Forthosepeople,heis"Gloves"Greenberg.Howdidhegetthat18?

Helookslikeanyotnerbusinessman,wearingasuitandcarryingabriefcase(公文箱).Buthe's19_.Hisbriefcasealwayshassomegloves。

Inwinter,Mr.Greenbergdoesnot20likeotherNewYorkers,wholookatthesidewalkand21thestreet.Helooksaroundat22.Hestopswhenhe23someonewithnogloves.Hegivesthemapairandthenhe24,lookingformorepeoplewithcold25.

Onwinterdays,Mr.Greenberg26gloves.Duringtherestoftheyear,he27gloves.Peoplewhohaveheardabouthim28himgloves,andhehasmanyinhisapartment.

Mr.Greenberg29doingthis21yearsago.Now,manypoorNewYorkersknowhimand30hisbehavior.Butpeoplewhodon'tknowhimaresometimes31him.Theydon'trealizethathejustwantstomakethem32.

Itrunsinthe33.Michael'sfatheralwayshelpedthepoorashebelieveditmadeeveryonehappier.MichaelGreenbergfeelsthe34.Apairofglovesmaybea35thing,butitcanmakeabigdifferenceinwinter.

16.A..knowaboutB.learnfromC.cheerforD.lookafter

17.A.oldB.busyC.kindD.poor

18.A.iobB.nameC.chanceD.message

19.A.calmB.differentC.crazyD.curious

20.A.actB.soundC.feelD.dress

21.A.crossoverB.drivealongC.hurrydownD.keepoff

22.A.carsB.peopleC.streetnumbersD.trafficlights

23.A.helpsB.choosesC.greetsD.sees

24.A.holdsupB.hangsoutC.movesonD.turnsaround

25.A.handsB.earsC.facesD.eyes

26.A.searchesforB.storesupC.givesawayD.putson

27.A.borrowsB.sellsC.returnsD.buys

28.A.callB.sendC.lendD.show

29.A.delayedB.rememberedC.beganD.enjoyed

30.A.understandB.dislikeC.studyD.excuse

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31.A.sorryforB.satisfiedwithC.proudofD.surprisedby

32.A.smartB.richC.specialD.happy

33.A.cityB.familyC.neighborhoodD.company

34.A.honorB.painC.sameD.cold

35.A.smallB.usefulC.delightfulDcomforting

第二部分阅读理解(共两节,满分40分》

第一节(共15小题:每小题2分,满分30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

Doctorareknowntobeterriblepilots.Theydon'tlistenbecausetheyalreadyknowitall.Iwaslucky:]becameapilotin1970,almosttenyearsbeforeIgraduatedfrommedicalschool.Ididn'trealizethen,butbecomingapilotmakesmeabettersurgeon.Ilovedflying.AsIflewbigger,fasterplanes,andinworseweather.Ilearnedaboutcrewresourcemanagement(机组资源管理),orCRM,anewideatomakeflyingsafer.Itmeansthatcrewmembersshouldlistenandspeakupforagoodresult,regardlessofpositions.

IfirstreadaboutCRMin1980.Notlongafterthat,anattendingdoctorandIwereflyinginbadweather.Thecontrollerhadusturntoolatetogetourlandingready.Theattendingdoctorwasflying;IwassafetypilotHewassobusybecauseofthebadturn,hehadforgottentoputthelandinggear(起落架)down.Hewasabetterpilot-andmyboss-soitfeltunusualtospeakup.ButIhadto:Ourliveswereindanger.Iputasidemyuneasinessandsaid,"Weneedtoputthelandinggeardownnow!"Thatwasmyfirstreallessoninthepower

ofCRM,andI'veuseditintheoperatingroomeversince.

CRMrequiresthatthepilot/surgeonencourageotherstospeakup.Itfurtherrequiresthatwhenopinionsarefromtheopposite,thedoctordoesn'toverreact,whichmightpreventfellowdoctorsfromvoicingopinionsagain.SowhenI'mintheoperatingroom,Iaskforideasandhelpfromothers.Sometimesthey'renotwillingtospeakup.ButIhopethatifIcontinuetoencouragethem,somedaysomeonewillkeepmefrom”landinggearup”.

36.Whatdosetheauthorsayaboutdoctorsingeneral?

A.Theylikeflyingbythemselves.

B.Theyareunwillingtotakeadvice.

C.Theypretendtobegoodpilots.

D.TheyarequicklearnersofCRM.

37.TheauthordeepenedhisunderstandingofthepowerofCRMwhen_______.

A.hesavedtheplanebyspeakingup

B.hewasinchargeofaflyingtask

C.hisbosslandedtheplanetoolate

D.hisbossoperatedonapatient

38.Inthelastparagraph”landinggearup”probablymeans______.

A.followingflyingrequirements.

B.overreactingtodifferentopinions.

C.listeningtowhatfellowdoctorssay

D.makingamistakethatmaycostlives

39.Whichofthefollowingcanbethebesttitleforthetext?

A.CRM:ANewWaytoMakeFlyingSafe

B.FlyingMakesMeaBetterDoctor

C.TheMakingofaGoodPilot

D.APilot-TumedDoctor

B

In1947agroupoffamouspeoplefromtheartworldheadedbyanAustrianconductordecidedtoholdanintemationalfestivalofmusic,danceandtheatreinEdinburgh.TheideawastoreuniteEuropeaftertheSecondWorldWar.

Atthesametime,the“Fringe”appearedasachallengetotheofficialfestival.Eighttheatregroupsturnedupuninvitedin1947,inthebeliefthateveryoneshouldhavetherighttoperform,andtheydidsoinapublichousedisusedforyears.

Soon,groupsofstudentsfirstlyfromEdinburghUniversity,andlaterfromtheuniversitiesofOxfordandCambridge,DurhamandBirminghamweremakingthejourneytotheScottishcapitaleachsummertoperformtheatrebylittle-knownwritersofplaysinsmallchurchhallstothepeopleofEdinburgh.

Todaythe“Fringe”,oncelessrecognized,hasfaroutgrownthefestivalwitharound1,500performancesoftheatre,musicanddanceoneveryoneofthe21daysitlasts.Andyetasearlyas1959,withonly19theatregroupsperforming,somesaiditwasgettingtoobig.

Apaidadministratorwasfirstemployedonlyin1971,andtodaythereareeightadministratorsworkingallyearroundandthenumberrisesto150duringAugustitself.In2004therewere200placeshousing1,695showsbyover600differentgroupsfrom50differentcountries.Morethan1,25millionticketsweresold.

40.PointwasthepurposeofEdinburghFestivalathebeginning?

A.TobringEuropetogetheragain.

B.TohonorheroesofWorldWar11.

C.Tointroduceyoungtheatregroups.

D.ToattractgreatartistsfromEurope.

41.WhydidsomeuninvitedtheatregroupscometoEdinburghin1947?

A.Theyownedapublichousethere.

B.Theycametotakeupachallenge.

C.Theythoughttheywerealsofamous.

D.Theywantedtotakepartinthefestival.

42.Whojoinedthe"Fringe"afteritappeared?