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江苏省大丰高级中学高一年级英语竞赛试题

命题人、审核人: 王燕华

2007-01-20

第一卷(三部分,共94分)

第二部分:英语知识运用(共两节,满分40)

第一节:单项填空(20小题;每小题1分,满分20)

ABCD 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。

21. —I'm taking my driving test tomorrow.

    —________!

      A. Cheers                  B. Good luck                C. Come on           D. Congratulations

22. More patients _________ in hospital this year than last year.

      A. treat                     B. have treated       C. had been treated  D. have been treated

23. ________ is often the case, we have worked out the production plan.

      A. Which          B. When            C. What                 D. As

24. To keep healthy, Professor Johnson ________ cycling as a regular form of exercise after he retired.

A. took up                B. caught on             C. carried out          D. made for

25. His family is so poor that his trousers are ______ his father’s shirt.

A. made of                B. made up of           C. made from          D. made out of

26. American women usually identify their best friend as someone _____ they can talk frequently.

           A. who              B. as                    C. about which      D. with whom

27. He was educated at a local grammar school, ________ he went on to Cambridge.

A. from which      B. after that          C. after which       D. from that

28. When the old man       _to walk back to his house ,the sun       itself behind the

       mountain.

           A. started; had already hidden                      B. had started; had already hidden

           C. had started ; was hiding                           D. was starting; hid

29. He was hoping to go abroad but his parents       that they won’t support him unless he can borrow money from the bank.

           A. were deciding      B. have decided             C. decided                 D. will decide

30. Of _______ two houses we saw today, which did you prefer?

I think ________ white one with ________ bigger yard is prettier.

         A. the; the; a         B. the; a; the            C. a; the; a               D. a; the; the

31. There were two boys in the lab, _____did the experiment successfully.

      A. the clever of whom                    B. the cleverer of whom

      C. the clever of them                     D. the more clever of them

32. Shall I give you a hand?

I can handle it. ______.

A. Thank you        B. Thank you all the same   C. It doesn’t matter  D. That’s all right

33. Remember, when you _____your work, you might go out and play.

A. finished          B. will finish             C. have finished      D. had finished

34. She asked me to help her, ________ that she couldn’t move the heavy suitcase alone.

A. only to realize    B. having been realized  C. realizing         D. realized

35. Could I ask you a rather personal question?

   ______.

        A. Yes, don’t worry                                        B. Of course, go ahead

        C. Yes, help yourself                                       D. Of course, why not

36. The patients believe that the doctor knows exactly how to put them ___.

A. correct               B. perfect                          C. right              D. well

37. Great changes have taken place in that school. It is no longer ______ it was 20 years ago, _____ it was so poorly equipped.

A. what; when         B. that; which           C. what; which          D. which; that

38. As soon as he comes back, I’ll tell him when        and see him.

       A. will you come       B. you will come       C. you come              D. do you come

39. In the sentence “It’s a hot potato for me to deal with”, the phrase “hot potato” means “________”

      A. a clever man         B. an easygoing man  C. an easy question    D. a difficult problem

40. Which reply will make the following dialogue a humorous (幽默的) one?

      A Jimmy, which three words are most often used at school?

    B ________.

    A Correct.

      A. Read it again         B. Sorry, I don’t        C. I don’t know         D. I like it

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4160的四个选项(ABCD)中,选出最佳选项,并在答题卡上将该项涂黑。

When we read books we seem to enter a new world. This new world can be similar to the one we are living in, or it can be very  41 . Some stories are old  42  they were true. Real people who live in a  43  world do real things; in other words, the stories are about people just like us doing what we do. Other stories, such as the Harry Potter books, are not  44 . They are characters and creatures that are very different from us and do things that would be  45  for us.

But there is more to books and writing than this. If we think about it, even realistic writing is only 46 . How can we tell the difference between what is real and what is not real? For example, when we read about Harry Potter, we  47  seem to learn something about the real world. And when Harry studies magic at Hogwarts, he also learns more about his real life than  48  Reading, like writing, is an action. It is a way of  49 . When we read or write something, we do much more than simply look at words on a page. We use our  50 which is realand our imaginationwhich is real in a different way to make the words come to life in our minds.

Both realism and fantasy (幻想)  51  the imagination and the “magic” of reading and writing to make us think. When we read  52  realistic, we have to imagine that the people we are reading about are just like us, even though we  53  that we are real and they are  54. It sounds   55, but it works. When we read, we fill in missing information and  56  about the causes and effects of what a character does. We help the writer by  57  that what we read is like real life. In a way, we are writing the book, too.

Most of us probably don’t think about what is going on in our  58 when we are reading. We pick up a book and lose  59  in a good story, eager to find out what will happen next. Knowing how we feel  60  we read can help us become better readers, and it will help us discover more about the real magic of books.

41. A. possible            B. easy                 C. new                 D. different

42. A. that                  B. what                C. whether            D. as if

43.   A. usual                B. normal             C. certain              D. common

44. A. realistic            B. reasonable               C. moral                      D. instructive

45. A. difficult           B. impossible        C. important         D. necessary

46. A. thinkable          B. designed           C. imagined          D. planned

47. A. do                   B. make                C. have                 D. are

48. A. lessons             B. dreams             C. experience               D. magic

49. A. working           B. thinking           C. living               D. understanding

50. A. knowledge        B. skill                 C. words               D. grammar

51. A. make                      B. get                   C. use                 D. have

52. A. a newspaper      B. something         C. everything         D. a story

53. A. find                 B. learn                C. know                      D. hope

54. A. too                  B. not                   C. all                    D. so

55. A. dangerous        B. serious             C. strange             D. terrible

56. A. talk                  B. learn                C. read                 D. think

57. A. telling              B. pretending               C. promising         D. guessing

58. A. mind                B. life                  C. world               D. society

59.   A. heart                B. time                 C. money              D. ourselves

60. A. what                B. how                 C. when                D. why

第三部分:阅读理解(共17小题;每小题2分,满分34分)

阅读下面短文,从每题所给的四个选项(ABCD)中,选出最佳选项,并在答题卡上将该项涂黑。

A

Tokyo: the world's oldest man, retired Japanese silkworm breeder Yukichi Chuganji, died in his home at the age of 114, on Monday. Family members found him dead on his mattress. Born on March 23, 1889, Chuganji worked as a silkworm breeder and bank employee after leaving school. He also served as a community welfare officer. He had been in good health, talking daily with his family members.

   Washington: every American dislikes people who talk on cell phones while driving, even those are guilty of the practice. In the State of New Jersey, 84 percent of 968 cell phone owners said in a recent telephone survey that they would support a state ban on the use of cell phones while driving. However, 42 percent of cell phone owners also said they used the devices "very often" or "sometimes" while driving. Although most agree that the banning is good, only 38 percent believed such a ban would be easy to enforce.

    New York: a woman in the US who was being attacked by a vicious dog said she was saved from further harm when her 13-year-old daughter distracted the canine by screaming" You want a piece of me?" and kicked it repeatedly in the head. Jane Howell said she and her daughter, Elizabeth, were taking a walk around the neighborhood on Saturday evening when they came across the big dog, unchained.

61. The main idea of the second paragraph is ____.

A. most Americans don't like cell phones     

B. a ban on the use of cell phones has been made

C. few people use cell phones while driving

D. using cell phones while driving will be banned because most Americans don't like it

62. The three pieces of news are all about ____.

A. science             B. daily life            C. sports                D. law

63. The woman in the US____.

A. was not harmed by the dog        

B. was raising the dog when it attacked her

C. was protected from being seriously hurt by her daughter

D. had escaped when her daughter was kicking the dog

64. From the news we can infer ____.

A. Chuganji was living alone when he died

B. the woman's 13-year-old daughter was brave enough

C. cell phones are not good devices

D. it's easy to enforce the ban on the use of cell phones while driving.

65. "Vicious" in the third paragraph means____.

A. bad                 B. kind               C. unchained            D. ugly

 

B

From the moment that an animal is born it has to make decisions. It has to decide which of the things around it are for eating, and which are to be avoided; when to attack and when to run away. The animal is, in fact, playing a very dangerous game with its environment(环境), a game in which it must make decisionsa matter of life or death .

Animals’ ability to act reasonably is believed to come partly from what we may call “genetic (遗传性的)learning”, which is different from the individual (个体的) learning that an animal does in the course of its own lifetime . Genetic learning is learning by a species animals of the same kindas a whole , and it is achieved by selection of those members of each generation that happen to act in the right way . However, the role of genetic learning depends upon how similar the future environment is to the past. The more important individual experience is likely to be , the less important is genetic learning as a means of getting over the problems of the survival game . Because most animals live in ever changing environments from one generation to the next, it is not surprising to find that very few species indeed depend wholly upon genetic learning.

In the great majority of animals , their particular ways of acting in a new environment are a compound (复合体) of individual experience added to the action patterns animals are born with .That is why animals can survive.

66. The animal’s life will come to an end ____.

       A. if the animal makes a wrong decision     B. if the animal plays a dangerous game

       C. when the animal attacks its enemy          D. when the animal runs too slowly

67. Very few species depend entirely on genetic learning because ____.

       A. each generation has its own way of learning

       B. their environments change all the time

       C. they can act reasonably on their own

       D. it takes their whole life to learn

68. When the environment doesn’t change much, ____.

       A. animals cannot act in a right way

       B. genetic learning is less important for animals

       C. individual learning plays a less important role

       D. animals cannot get over problems on their on their own

69. Animals’ living on generation after generation depends on ____.

       A. their natural action pattern with their own experience

       B. the lessons they have learnt during their lifetime

       C. their experience in particular environments

       D. the knowledge passed on by their parents

C

Cara Lang is 13. She lives in Boston, Massachusetts, U. S. Last Thursday, she didn't go to school. She went to work with her father instead. Every year, on the fourth Thursday in April, millions of young girls go to work. This is Take Our Daughters to Work Day. The girls are between the ages of 9 and 15. They spend the day at work with an adult, usually a mother, father, aunt, or uncle. They go to offices, police stations, laboratories, and other places where their parents or other family members work. Next year, the day will include sons, too.

    The Ms. Foundation, an organization for women, started the program about ten years ago. In the U.S., many women work outside the home. The Ms. Foundation wanted girls to find out about many different kinds of jobs. Then, when the girls grow up, they can choose a job they like.

    Cara's father is a film director. Cara says, “It was very exciting for me to go to the studio with my dad. I saw a lot of people doing different jobs.” Many businesses have special activities for girls on this day. Last year, Cara went to work with her aunt at the University of Massachusetts. In the engineering department, the girls learned to build a bridge with toothpicks and Candy. In the chemistry department, they learned to use scales. They learned about many other kinds of jobs, too.

    Right now, Cara does not know what job she will have when she grows up. But because of Take Our Daughters to Work Day, she knows she has many choices.

70. What is Cara's father?

A. An engineer.          B. An official.           C. A moviemaker.     D. A professor.

71. According to the passage, Take our Daughters to work Day is ____.

A. on every Thursday in April                                B. a holiday for girls of all ages

C. a day for girls to know about jobs                D. a day for girls to get a job easily

72. On this special day, Cara has done all the following EXCEPT that ____.

A. she learned to use scales                                 B. she worked as an actress

C. she went to work with her aunt                       D. she used toothpicks and Candy to build a bridge

73. What is probably the best title for the passage?

A. Cara Lang, a Fortunate Girl                           B. Take Our Daughters to Work Day

C. Children's Day and Work Day                         D. An Organization for Women

D

One silly question I simply can't stand is “How do you feel?” Usually the question is asked of a man in action—a man on the go, walking along the streets, or busily working at his desk. So what do you expect him to say? He'll probably say, “Fine, I'm all right,” but you have put a bug (小虫子) in his ear—maybe now he's not sure. If you are a good friend, you may have seen something in his face, or his walk, that he overlooked (忽略) that morning. It starts worrying him a little. First thing you know, he looks in a mirror to see if everything is all right, while you go merrily on your way asking someone else “How do you feel?” Every question has its time and place. It's perfectly acceptable, for instance, to ask “How do you feel?” if you're visiting a close friend in the hospital. But if the fellow is walking on both legs, hurrying to take a train, or sitting at his desk working, it's no asking him that silly question.?

When George Bernard Shaw, the famous writer of plays, was in his eighties, someone asked him. “How do you feel?” Shaw put him in his place. “When you reach my age”, he said, “either you feel all right or you're dead.”

74. According to the writer, greetings such as “How do you feel?” ____.

A. show one's consideration for others?

B. are a good way to make friends?

C. are proper to ask a man in action?

D. generally make one feel uneasy ?

75. The question “How do you feel?” seems to be correct and suitable when asked of ____.?  A. a man working at his desk?

B. a person having lost a close friend?

C. a stranger who looks somewhat worried?

D. a friend who is ill?

76. George Bernard Shaw's reply in the passage shows his ____.?

A. cheerfulness                                B. cleverness    ?

C. ability                                     D. politeness?

77. “You've put a bug in his ear” means that you've ____.?

A. made him laugh                                   B. shown concern for him?

C. made fun of him                            D. given him some kind of warning?

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

第二卷 (非选择题,共26)

注意:第二卷用钢笔或圆珠笔直接答在答题卡反面。答在试题卷上无效。

第四部分:写作(共三节,满分26分)

第一节:对话填空:(共10小题,每小题1分,满分10分)

M: Hi, Susan, 1h________ was the vacation?

W: Hi, Jack, it was excellent. I spent the first three days here with my friend Mary. Then, after a day’s rest, I went to New York to see my sister and I stayed there for (2) a_________ three days.

M: Really?

W: She had been eager to see me for a long time.

M: So you were also excited about (3) s__________ her.

W: Of course! I hadn’t seen my sister for four years. Besides that, it was my first time to see her boyfriend, Michael.

M: Is he a student, too?

W: No, he’s working for a local travel agency. He’s been to many places (4) l_______ San Francisco, Detroit, New Orleans, Atlanta. I can’t remember the (5) n_______ of all the places. He set up a (6) p________ plan so I could see all of the famous places in New York City. I’m sure I saw (7) a_________ everything.

M: You’re so (8)l_________! I haven’t been to New York yet.

W: That’s hard to (9) b____________.

M: So tell me about those interesting places in New York.

W: OK. We (10) t__________ a lot of photos. Let me show you some.

M: OK.   

第二节: 根据中文,完成句子。(共6小题,每空1分,满分13分)

1.  她一进入房间便坐下来看书。

________ ________ the room, she sat down and began to read.

2.  她的决定未引起异议。

Her decision ________ ________.

3.  上课回答不了老师的提问没有什么难为情的。

Being unable to answer a teacher’s questions in class is nothing to ______ ________ ________.

4.  我们将增加产量以满足需求的增长。

We will be ________ ________ production to meet the increased demand.

5.  他们没有足够的过冬食品和药品。

They don’t have enough food and ________ ________ for the whole winter.

6.  他的能力远胜过办公室里其他的实习生。

In terms of ability, he ________ ________ the other trainees in his office.

第三节: 将下列英语翻译为恰当的汉语。(共3小题,每小题3分,满分3分)

1.       A timely snow promises a good harvest.

2.       When in Rome, do as the Romans do.

3.       Actions speak louder than words.

参考答案

1-5 CCBCC     6-10 CCBCA   11-15BACBA   16-20 AABBB

21-25:BDDAD   26-30:DCABA

 31-35:BBCCB   36-40:CABDC

 

41. DDBAB  46. CADBA  51.CBCBC  56.DBADC

61-65DBCBA   ABCAC    CBBDD   76-77BD

Dialoguehow, another, seeing, like, names, perfect, almost, lucky, believe, took

Complete sentences: 1. On/Upon entering  2. went unchallenged

3. be/feel ashamed of  4. stepping up  5. medical supplies

6.towers over

 

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