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语音知识（ 小题,每小题 第一部分 第一节 语音知识（共 5 小题 每小题 1 分；满分 5 分） 1. agriculture A. graduate B. match C. disappoint D. relative 2. furniture A. prefer B. modern C. labor D. murder 3. match A. machine B. chemistry C. charge D. character 4. meant A. mean B. heat C. create D. feather 5. belong A. demand B. hunt C. condition D. anxious 单项选择（ 小题,每小题 第二节 单项选择（共 15 小题 每小题 1 分；满分 15 分） 6. While he was at ______ college, he took part in political activities, and was soon thrown into _______ prison. A. the; / B. /; the C. /; / D. the; the 7. --- Look! You’ve made the same mistake again! ---- Oh! no, not again! ________ such a mistake. A. I always make B. I’m always making C. I’ve always made D. I always made 8. ____________, she is becoming more and more homesick. A. She haven’t received letters from home B. Having not hearing from home C. Having not heard any letters from home D. Not having received any letters from home 9.-----I’ll tell Mary about the new job tomorrow. ----- You ______ her last week. A. ought to tell B. may tell C. would have told D. ought to have told 10. The machine has been used much too long. ________ it doesn’t work well sometimes. A. It’s no wonder that B. There is no doubt if C. It’s unlikely D. That’s because 11. He received much _______ from reading good novels, and his fluency in the English language gives him_______ the other candidates for the job. A. advantage; an advantage to B. benefit; an advantage over C. benefit; the benefit of D. advantage; a benefit to 12. ----How to get the employer to do something well for you? ----You should find a way to make it easy for him to say yes to _______ you suggest. A. however B. whenever C. whatever D. whichever 13. _______ in his book, he didn’t notice me _____ I entered the room. A. Devoted; when B. Absorbed; while C. Absorbed; when D. Devoted; while 14. The pond has been _______ a terrible smell for a month but nothing has been done. A. calling in B. setting up C. giving off D. giving in 15. ---_______ you have an accident, who will look after you? ----Can’t you look after me, dear? A. Talk B. Say C. Speak D. Discuss 16. Some plants are so sensitive _____ pollution that they can only survive in a perfectly clean environment. A. from B. with C. against D. to
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17. _____ no need for us to discuss the problem again _____ it has been settled. A. It has; once B. It is; because C. There had; for D. There is ; since 18. ________ change your mind, do let me know. A. If should you B. Should if you C. Should you D. You should 19. ----Shall I give you a ride as it is so late? ---- Thank you. __________ . A. It’s up to you B. It couldn’t be better C. It all depends D. If you prefer 20. I don’t think he could have slept well last night,__________? A. do I B. could he C. has he D. did he 完形填空（ 小题,每小题 第三节 完形填空（共 20 小题 每小题 1.5 分；满分 30 分） 阅读下面短文,从短文后所给各题的四个选项 从短文后所给各题的四个选项（ 、 、 阅读下面短文 从短文后所给各题的四个选项（A、B、C 和 D）中,选出可以填入空白处 ） 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 并在答题卡上将该项涂黑。 的最佳选项 并在答题卡上将该项涂黑。 I was 15 when my mother died. As I walk out of the church after the funeral, it 21 me: we never got to have one of those heart-to-heart mother-daughter 22 . At that moment, I believe, God had a plan for us: 23 Mom so much, we’d learn to know Dad. Our father had always been loving us, working hard as a high school teacher. He always had Mom talk to us about 24 things. He’d get embarrassed to talk them—it was his upbringing, I guess. Now here he was with three teenage girls 25. Suddenly he had to 26 things like dating（约会） and bra(胸衣). The man who 27 showed his emotions became a man who’d listen to all our deepest heartaches. When I was in college, my boyfriend, Paul, 28 with me. I thought it was the end of the world. When I came home for the weekend, Dad saw something was wrong 29 I walked in the door. I 30 him, and everything spilled out. He didn’t have a lot of answers, but he was there to listen. I never felt that 31 could done better. Dad’s support helped me get things through: Paul and I decided to 32. And when it came time, dad insisted on doing the reception. I was so 33 to be getting married that I never thought I’d be a nervous bride. But 34 Dad walked me down the passageway of the church, tears rolled down my checks. When I looked over at him, he was 35 too. V Paul and I now have three kids, and Grandpa is part of their life too. Every Thanksgiving and Christmas we go back to 36. Then recently we decided with my brothers and sisters to take a camping trip the way we used to 37 Mom. We camped out for a week—12 of us--- Dad and all his kids and grandchildren. Dad helped me 38 that every person is here for a reason, affecting 39 in ways we cannot see. We all miss Mom 40 words can express, but we were given the best mom a dad could be. 21. A. injured B. harmed C. hurt D. hit 22. A. reports B. talks C. lectures D. meetings 23. A. missing B. losing C. touching D. owning 24. A. public B. valuable C. free D. personal 25. A. on his hands B. off his hands C. on all hands D. out of hand 26. A. get along with B. deal with C. escape from D. keep away from 27. A. often B. always C. frequently D. seldom 28. A. broke away B. broke out C. broke up D. broke down 29. A. the minute B. before C. while D. in the meanwhile 30. A. referred to B. turned to C. pointed to D. applied to 31. A. a friend B. a man C. a mom D. a dad 32. A. get married B. be separated C. make friends D. keep in touch
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33. A. anxious B. uncomfortable C. hopeless D. happy 34. A. long before B. ever since C. right after D. shortly after 35. A. thinking B. talking C. laughing D. crying 36. A. friend’s B. Dad’s C. brother’s D. sister’s 37. A. with B. without C. within D. beside 38. A. examine B. observe C. see D. watch 39. A. either B. another C. others D. the other 40. A. more than B. other than C. better than D. rather than 阅读理解（ 小题; 第二部分 第一节 阅读理解（共 20 小题 每小题 2 分. 第二节每小题 1 分；满分 45 分） 阅读下列短文,从每小题所给的四个选项 从每小题所给的四个选项（ 、 、 、 ） 选出最佳选项 选出最佳选项, 阅读下列短文 从每小题所给的四个选项（A、B、C、D）中,选出最佳选项 并在答题 卡上将该项涂黑。 卡上将该项涂黑。 A Whatever you call him, American swimmer Michael Phelps becomes a household name across the world after breaking the Olympic record for most gold medals in a single Games. Phelps’ total of eight gold medals in Beijing put him one ahead of the competitor Mark Spitz’s record in 1972. Michael Phelps dominated(支配)the field in seven of his races and set an amazing seven world records in the process. He did, however, have one close shave in the 100m butterfly which he won by just0.01 seconds, and in another he had to compete with a faulty pair of glasses. Now people are already calling him the greatest Olympian of all time. But whether he is or not, what is it that makes Michael Phelps so good? A good place to start might be his physique. Phelps has the perfect body shape for a swimmer. His arm span is longer than his height, he has very flexible joints, huge lungs, and his incredibly large feet(size 14 in the US, size 49 in China)act like flippers in the water. To feed his huge swimmer’s body, Phelps eats an astonishing 12,00 calories a day, six times the average for a man of his age. According to his coach, Phelps starts with a breakfast of champions：Three fried egg sandwiches with cheese, tomatoes, fried onions, five egg pies, a bowl of grits, three slices of French toast and three pancakes with chocolate chips. He then puts on a swimsuit which has been making waves in the world of swimming. Designed by NASA, the American space agency, the suit is made of a special material which is said to help athletes swim 2％faster. Michael Phelps should spare a thought for his mum, who first pushed him into swimming as a way of making friends, and who believed in him when one teacher said he would never be a success. Whatever the reason for his SUCCESS, Phelps admits there was perhaps also a bit of luck involving in winning his eight medals. “I guess eight is a lucky number for me, too, now. The opening ceremony started on 8／8／08. Maybe it was meant to be,” he said. 41. The passage is written mainly about . A. Phelps’ achievement in the 29th Olympics B. a life story of Phelps C. the struggle of Phelps D. the secrets of Phelps’ success 42. Which of the following statements is NOT true? A. Phelps’ arm span is longer than his height. B. Mark Spitz won seven gold medals in thel972 Olympics. C. Phelps’ mother said he would never be a success.
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D. Phelps won the 100 m butterfly just by 0. 01 seconds. 43. Phelps is said to . A. be called the flying fish all over the world B. have set up the new record for most gold medals in the Olympics C. have broken the world records of till the games he competed in D. have a large amount of food every day 44. According to the passage, we may draw a conclusion about Phelps that”. A. Success=physique +huge diet +faulty glasses +family B. Success=huge diet +swimsuit +family +practice C. Success=physique +swimsuit +huge diet +luck D. Success=huge diet +family +practice +large feet B One of Britain's bravest women told yesterday how she helped to catch suspected （可疑的） police killer David Bieber -- and was thanked with flowers by the police. It was also said that she could be in line for a share of up to ￡30,000 reward money. Vicki Brown, 30, played a very important role in ending the nationwide manhunt. Vicki, who has worked at the Royal Hotel for four years, told of her terrible experience when she had to steal into Bieber's bedroom and to watch him secretly. Then she waited alone for three hours while armed police prepared to storm the building. She said: “I was very nervous. But when I opened the hotel door and saw 20 armed policemen lined up in the car park I was so glad they were there.” The alarm had been raised because Vicki became suspicious （怀疑） of the guest who checked in at 3 pm the day before New Year's Eve with little luggage and wearing sunglasses and a hat pulled down over his face. She said: “He didn't seem to want to talk too much and make any eye contact.” Vicki, the only employee on duty, called her bosses Margaret, 64, and husband Stan McKale, 65, who phoned the police at 11 pm. Officers from Northumbria Police called Vicki at the hotel in Dunston, Gateshead, at about 11:30 pm to make sure that this was the wanted man. Then they kept in touch by phoning Vicki every 15 minutes. “It was about ten past two in the morning when the phone went again and a policeman said ‘Would you go and make yourself known to the armed officers outside?’ My heart missed a beat.” Vicki quietly showed eight armed officers through passages and staircases to the top floor room and handed over the key. “I realized that my bedroom window overlooks that part of the hotel, so I went to watch. I could not see into the man's room, but I could see the passage. The police kept shouting at the man to come out with his hands showing. Then suddenly he must have come out because they shouted for him to lie down while he was handcuffed .” 45. The underlined phrase “be in line for” （ paragraph 1 ） means __ A. get B. be paid C. ask for D. own 46. Vicki became suspicious of David Bieber because __________. A. the police called her B. he looked very strange C. he came to the hotel with little luggage D. he came to the hotel the day before New Year's Eve 47. David Bieber was most probably handcuffed in ________. A. the passage B. the man's room C. Vicki's bedroom D. the top floor room
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48. The whole event probably lasted about _______ hours from the moment Bieber came to the hotel to the arrival of some armed officers. A. 6 B. 8 C. 11 D. 14 C We can offer you a place at one of the best universities in Britain. We'll provide you with a choice of 150 first class courses developed especially to enable you to study in your own time, backed by the Open University's own special study method-OU supported open learning. We'll give you the support of a personal teacher, and the chance to meet your fellow students. You can take one-off courses, diplomas, a degree or a postgraduate degree. Subjects available include: computing, business management, technology, modern languages, social sciences, English law, arts, science, mathematics, education and health & social welfare. Did you know? ● The OU is in the top 15% of all UK universities for teaching quality ● 25% of all British MBAs come from the OU ● Over 30,000 employers have offered chances to their staff on OU courses ● 40.000 OU students are on line from home ● There are 9-month courses and new diplomas as well as degrees AMBA Accredited Whether you want to study to improve your jobs or for your own personal interest, there's almost certainly a course for you. If you haven't studied for a while, we'll help you get started. No previous training or degrees are required, you just need a lively power of learning and a willingness to learn. It's real value for money and you can pay by monthly payments. Open University course materials are of the highest quality and come in a variety of forms, including video and audio tapes as well as texts. The OU leads the world in its use of new technology for learning. A number of courses provide source material on CD ROM. What else can the Open University offer you? The best way to find out is to use the coupon below or phone us today. Send for your free instructions now Send to：The Open University, PO Box 625,Milton Keynes MK76AA U99LX □Pleases send me a copy of the Courses. Diplomas and RA／BSc Degree instructions □Please send me a copy of the postgraduate instructions □Tick here if you have contacted the OU in the past Title Initials Surname Address Post code Tel. Date of Birth ／ ／19 OU Hotline(24／hours) 0870 90000 301 website：www.open. ac.uk／advert 49. The purpose of this passage is to . A. investigate English learning B. set Open University C. sell books D. attract students 50. As a student of the Open University, you don't need to . A. have a power of learning B. have lessons all the time at the university C. choose which course to learn D. pay any money for your study 51. We can learn from the text that . A. OU courses are popular in Britain
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B. money for learning must be paid off at one time C. we can't telephone the university during the night D. people can't be employed without finishing OU courses 52.The passage probably appears in______. A. a textbook B. a newspaper C. a research magazine D. a guide D Salem, the “City of Peace”, is a small city with a big history. It is the second established city in Massachusetts and the second oldest settlement in New England. While Salem has been long known as the “Witch City” due to the notable witch trials of 1692, Salem also played an important part in Revolutionary times and was an active leader of several Massachusetts’ industries, which is why you will find mansions (宅邸) of the country’s first millionaires there. Salem is located approximately 16 miles (30 minutes) north of Boston and is bordered by Beverly, Danvers, Lynn, Marblehead, Peabody, Swampscott and the Atlantic Ocean. Boston & Maine Railroad serves Salem with transport service, and the Massachusetts Bay Transportation Authority maintains a rail stop and bus service. Air service is available from Beverly Airport (5 miles away) and Logan International Airport (16 miles away). Access is also available on a ferry from Boston. Salem has various restaurants including outdoor cafes, various restaurants and fine dining establishments. For shoppers there are malls and department stores, an open market, a waterfront village, as well as a downtown shopping district. There are many local artists and musicians who have shops along the city streets. On a nightly basis, one can stop in a local restaurant or nightspot and listen to some of the most creative music. World famous artwork is displayed at the Peabody Essex Museum and the work of local artists can be found displayed in many downtown shops including Artist Row. The City of Salem has long had a commitment to the promotion of art and culture. The Salem Cultural Council is a local agency of Salem residents that supports public programs and educational activities in the arts, sciences and humanities. Local artists and theaters, such as CinemaSalem, the Salem Theatre Company, the Salem State College Center for the Arts, the Griffen Theater and the Rebel Shakespeare Company provide entertainment and learning opportunities to residents and visitors alike. The Salem Arts Association, Inc. is an entirely volunteer-run nonprofit arts organization. The SAA seeks to bring art, in all its forms, to the community and bring the community, in all its diversity, to the arts in Salem, Massachusetts. 53.What would be the best title of this passage? A. Salem, the Industry City B. Salem, the Witch City C. Salem, the City with a Big History D. Salem, the City of Peace 54. Which of the following statements is NOT true about Salem? A. It is the second established city in Massachusetts with Boston to the north. B. It was developed in several of Massachusetts’ industries. C. Every night local restaurants there entertain visitors with some music. D. Salem is accessible by train, bus, plane and ferry. 55. Visitors to Salem have a good chance to appreciate first-class works of art in ____________. A. Artist Row B. Peabody Essex Museum C. the MBTA D. the Salem Cultural Council 56. After reading the passage, we may decide that ____________.
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A. Salem is a preferred city for millionaires now B. the promotion of art and culture in Salem is totally government action C. once an important industrial city, now Salem has a strong cultural atmosphere D. visitors to Salem will find few choices in dining and shopping E School failure appears to trouble teenage girls more deeply than boys, US researchers said on Tuesday. They said adolescent girls who are dismissed or drop out of high school before they graduate are more likely to have a serious depression by age 21 than boys with similar experiences. “For girls it is more serious to be school failure,” said Carolyn McCarty. a university of Washington researcher whose study appears in the Journal of Adolescent Health. “We already know that it leads to more poverty, higher rates of being on public assistance and lower rates of job stability. And now this study shows it is having mental health implications for girls,” McCarty said in a statement. The study was drawn from data on more than 800 people in Seattle, Washington, and included people from 1 8 schools in high-crime neighborhoods. The group was separated evenly(平等的)by gender and nearly half were white. 24 percent were black, 21 percent were Asian-American and the rest were from other groups. Overall, 45 percent of the girls and 68 percent of the boys in the study experienced a major school failure, but 22 percent of the girls later became depressed compared with 17 percent of the boys. “This gender shows that while school failure is more typical for girls, it appears to have more severe consequences when it does occur,” McCarty said. 57. What is the purpose of writing this article? A. Taking good care of the school boys. B. Asking the US researchers to search more evidences C. Giving help to the graduated students. D. Calling on us to pay more attention to the school failure girls. 58. Carolyn McCarty is . A. a scientist B. a researcher C. a professor D. a student 59. The underlined word “it” in Para. 4 means . A. school failure B. an adolescent girl C. a school boy D. a university 60. What’s the main idea of the passage? A. Girls are unlikely to be affected by school failure. B. Gender has decided how much success you will win. C. School failure appears to trouble teenage girls more deeply than boys. D. Adolescent girls are more easily depressed than boys.
第二节：补全对话（ 小题,每题 第二节：补全对话（共 5 小题 每题 1 分） 根据对话内容,从对话后的选项中选出能填入空白处的最佳选项 选项中有两项是多余项。 从对话后的选项中选出能填入空白处的最佳选项。 选项中有两项是多余项。 根据对话内容 从对话后的选项中选出能填入空白处的最佳选项。 （共 5 小题,每小题 1 分,满分 5 分） 对应涂卡：E=AB, F=AC, G=AD） 小题 每小题 满分 （对应涂卡： （对应涂卡 ） A:---Good morning. I’m ringing from the Circulation department of the Daily Mirror to say…
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B:----- 61 . A:----- A newspaper, dear lady. A famous newspaper. B:----- 62 . A:---- Well, mainly perhaps to have the fullest possible picture of what is going on in the world. B:----- 63 . A:-----But TV isn’t really enough, is it? A newspaper is able to give so many more details than the TV news can. B:----- 64 A:-----With respect, I think everybody ought to be interested in details these days. But anyway, beside the side of the matter, our newspaper offers many other things to interest its readers. Articles, stories, cinema programmers-- to name just a few. B:----- 65 . A:----- Nor do I, to tell you the truth: The films these days aren’t as good as they used to be, but …. Hello? Are you still there? Hello? Good heavens, she’s hung up! What a very unpleasant woman! A. What’s that? B. Who are you？ C I’m not interested in more details. D. Anyway, why should I want your news paper? E. I get that perfectly from TV. F. I don’t go to the cinema. G.I like watching TV.
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河北正定中学高三年级第五次考试 河北正定中学高三年级第五次考试英语答案 高三年级第五次
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Hello, everyone. It’s nice to speak about what we can do for our school, and I think each of us can do something. The first thing we can do is to make our campus more beautiful. Every one of us may plant a tree in the school, or organize a thorough cleaning on the campus. We can also form a good habit of putting the rubbish in the trashcan. The second thing we can do is to protect the facilities in our school. When we leave the classroom, we should never forget to turn off the light or close the door. We should not leave the tap water running or waste any materials in the laboratory class. If everyone does one thing for our school, I believe we will turn our school into a better place to study and live in. Thank you for listening!
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