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    来源: 江西赣中南五校2017-2018学年高二上学期第一次联考(8月)英语试题 Word版含答案.doc

    The History of Christmas in America

    In the first half of the 19th century, Christmas was a very ____41____kind of holiday than it is today. People did not have a set way of celebrating. Christmas was not even an official holiday yet.

    So, communities around the country ____42___ the day in different ways. Some observed Christmas ____43___an important Christian religious day, honoring the birth of Jesus. ____44___ celebrated the day with parties, music, drinking and eating. And, some communities did not celebrate the day ___45___.But, it was during the early 1800s _____46____Americans began to reinvent the holiday. They started combining ancient Christmas traditions with modern American influences.

    In 1819, the popular American writer Washington Irving wrote ____47___ five essays published in a book called “The Sketchbook of Geoffrey Crayon, Gent.” The essays describe a ____48___ British landowner who invites his farm workers into his home to celebrate Christmas. The landowner recreates a traditional Christmas as it would____49____ in the distant past.

    ____50___ played a big role in how an American might celebrate the holiday. Calvinist Christians (加尔文主义的基督徒)____51__ the celebration of Christmas. But groups such as Episcopalians(美国圣公会教徒)and Moravians honored the day with religious services and seasonal ____52___. By mid-century, Christian groups began to ____53___ their religious differences over the meaning of Christmas and honored the day in special ways. Christmas became an important ___54___ for families to celebrate at home. More and more Christian Americans also began to ___55___ the European traditions of Christmas trees and giving gifts. Christians believed that the tree represented Jesus and was also ___56____new beginnings.

    This tradition of setting up a Christmas tree soon spread____57___ many American homes. So ___58___the practice of giving people presents. As these traditions increased in popularity, the modern trade and business _____59___ Christmas also grew.

    In 1809, Washington Irving ____60___ his “History of New York.” It lists Saint Nicholas as the patron(赞助;保护) saint of New Yorkers. He describes the saint wearing a low hat, large pants, and smoking a pipe. Does this description sound familiar?

    41. A. familiar        B. simply            C. different        D. unknown

    42. A. honored        B. remembered       C. raptured         D. celebrated

    43. A. to             B. with              C. as             D. for

    44. A. Others         B. The other         C. Another          D. Each other

    45. A. evenly         B. basically          C. in heart           D. at all 

    46. A. when          B. that              C. what             D. in which

    47. A. a series of      B. many of           C. a great deal of     D. a lot of

    48. A. nice           B. kind              C. thoughtful        D. wealthy

    49. A. celebrate                           B. been celebrated     

    C. have been celebrated                  D. be celebrated

    50. A. Religion        B. Group             C. social          D. Environment

    51. A. forbidden       B. admitted           C. allowed        D. banned

    52. A. activities        B. forms             C. decorations     D. contents

    53. A. ignore          B. absorb             C. view          D. regard

    54. A. role            B. time               C. festival        D. travel

    55. A. follow          B. deny               C. imitate        D. copy 

    56. A. by means of      B. a sign of           C. a sight of       D. a light of

    57. A. to              B. in                 C. over          D. from

    58. A. do             B. does               C. did            D. what

    59. A. linked to        B. next to             C. long for        D. aim to

    60. A. wrote          B. published           C. took           D. addressed

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    来源: 吉林省长春外国语学校2016-2017学年高二下学期期末考试英语试题A Word版含答案.doc

    In February of 2005, Phil Belfiore was teaching one of Robert Frost’s poems “Stopping by Woods on a Snowy Evening”. He liked it so much that he recorded it on his home answering machine, which would later  lead to one of the most unusual     36     of his life.

    When Phil returned from his vacation, he listened to his voice     37    . One gentleman caller     38     for dialing the wrong number. But, he added, he’d really    39     the poem. Phil laughed and thought nothing more of     it    40    the phone rang a few days later.

    Phil     41     John’s hollow voice immediately, who said sorry to     42    , but he was calling to hear the     43     again. The two men talked. It turned out that his brother’s phone number was     44     from Phil’s by one digit. Before hanging up, Phil told John to     45     anytime, whether to hear the poem or just to have a chat.

    That was 11 years ago. They’ve spoken on the phone a few times a month ever since. It is John who is     46     the starter of most calls. However, Phil will ring if a long while has passed. Not     47   , John has been in poor health. His special voice is just the     48    of some heart trouble. They seem to always     49     when  there’s  been  a big sports event  and they like to

    discuss     50     in particular. John will also     51     Phil on his life. Slowly, their conversations have grown much more     52    . When asked what drew them together, Phil    53     that it was the telephone. They planned to meet twice, but circumstances went     54     them. Their friendship is based on the simple act of picking up the phone. “My best friend is someone I’ve not yet met     55    ,” says John.

    36. A. receptions

    B. considerations

    C. conversations

    D. friendships

    37. A. news 

    B. messages

    C. information

    D. reports

    38. A. apologized

    B. complained

    C. greeted 

    D. asked

    39. A. preferred

    B. noticed

    C. enjoyed

    D. heard

    40. A. while

    B. since

    C. at

    D. until

    41. A. heard

    B. knew

    C. answered 

    D. recognized

    42. A. phone

    B. bother  

    C. come

    D. express

    43. A. voice

    B. song

    C. poem

    D. ring

    44. A. bad

    B. different

    C. silent

    D. far

    45. A. call back

    B. call off 

    C. call on

    D. call for

    46. A. still

    B. even  

    C. ever

    D. never

    47. A. angrily

    B. surprisingly

    C. excitedly

    D. proudly

    48. A. indication

    B. pronunciation

    C. attention

    D. description

    49. A. arrive

    B. get

    C. communicate

    D. come

    50. A. changes

    B. friends

    C. relatives

    D. football

    51. A. teach

    B. update

    C. visit

    D. inform

    52. A. formal

    B. special 

    C. unusual

    D. personal

    53. A. said

    B. predicted

    C. decided

    D. announced

    54. A. with

    B. for

    C. against

    D. on

    55. A. by accident

    B. on business 

    C. in person

    D. for convenience

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    来源: 黑龙江省伊春市第二中学2016-2017学年高一下学期期末考试英语试题 Word版含答案.doc

    A well dressed man went into a jewelry(珠宝) shop one day. He   21   that he

    wished to buy a pearl (珍珠) for his wife's birthday. The   22   didn't matter, for he was rich.

    After examining a number of beautiful and   23   pearls, he chose an unusual black one. It would cost   24  . He paid, took the black and left.

    A few days later, the man   25   and said that his wife liked the pearl   26   much that she wanted another one just like this. It   27   be exactly the same size and

    quality(质量)  28   she wanted to have a   29   of earrings(耳环). The jeweler seemed   30  . Then the man suggested that the jeweler advertise in the newspaper to offer $ 25,000   31   such a pearl. So the jeweler did.

    Many people came to him to sell their pearls but nobody   32   a pearl which was the right size and quality. Just when the jeweler had given up, a little old lady came into his   33  . She took out such a   34   pearl from her pocket.

    "I don't want to   35   my pearl," she said sadly, "It was given to me by my mother, who had received it from her   36   mother. But I really need the   37  ."

    The jeweler was very   38   and quickly paid for the pearl. Then he telephoned the   39   to tell him the good news.   40  , the man could never be found again.

    21. A. knew            B. cried           C. explained       D. suggested  

    22. A. colour          B. price           C. design          D. quality

    23. A. expensive       B. cheap           C. quick           D. delicious

    24. A. 5,000 dollars   B. 5,000 francs    C. 5,000 pounds D. 5,000 yuan

    25. A. arrived         B. went            C. came            D. returned   

    26. A. very            B. such            C. so              D. too    

    27. A. could           B. might           C. would           D. must   

    28. A. because         B. or              C. while           D. though     

    29. A. lot             B. pair            C. number          D. box        

    30. A. useless         B. careless        C. helpless        D. homeless   

    31. A. of              B. for             C. with            D. in 

    32. A. bought          B. lost            C. had             D. wanted     

    33. A. house           B. room            C. office          D. shop   

    34. A. black           B. white           C. red             D. yellow 

    35. A. buy             B. sell            C. miss            D. refuse

    36. A. true            B. poor            C. old             D. own

    37. A. money           B. price           C. colour          D. quality    

    38. A. sad             B. glad            C. sorry           D. surprised  

    39. A. friend          B. old lady        C. rich man        D. rich woman     

    40..A. Although        B. Therefore       C. Otherwise       D. However    

      

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    来源: 黑龙江省双鸭山市第一中学2016-2017学年高二下学期期末考试英语试题 Word版含答案.doc

    During the course of a lifetime, we all make mistakes. And, often we take for granted what we have. We think that we surely   21___ what we already have. We also believe that we will never need anyone to   22___ us out from difficult and changing times. Cecilia, not her real name, had a great job, a nice house and everything she   23___. She was,   24___, not a kind person for several reasons that became obvious   25___ you got to know her.

    It was very clear that she   26___ pity for others who were not as fortunate as she was. She would not help anyone, nor would she even begin to express any   27___ for anyone in trouble. Her   28___ was that they were just lazy or that they were deserving because they had personal problems.

    But, then   29___ the fateful day. Her husband got into financial difficulty, to the point, where he was   30___ to declare bankruptcy(破产). Now, she found that she was the one who had   31___. She was desperate for help. She found out that even her   32___ were unwilling to help her but,   33___ for her, her husband’s family was willing and able to help them through these difficult times despite the fact that she had   34___ them from her life. I wish I could give you a beautiful ending to this story of help but I   35___ cannot. Even though Cecilia was assisted

        36___ challenging times, once over, she   37___ her true self.

    As we all know, we all need help somewhere along life’s   38___ whether we think we will or not. If you have remained   39___ you should try your best to help those that need your hand. If you   40___ through life helping, caring, forgiving, you will always have your own special fan club — it is those who always love and respect you.

    21. A. decrease

    B. abandon

    C. deserve

    D.evaluate

    22. A. help

    B . drive

    C. pull

    D. knock

    23. A. borrowed

    B . needed

    C. offered

    D. donated

    24. A. thus

    B . still

    C. just

    D. though

    25. A. once

    B. until

    C. because

    D. before

    26. A. enjoyed

    B. adjusted

    C. controlled

    D. lacked

    27. A. viewpoint

    B. satisfaction

    C. sympathy

    D. potential

    28. A. purpose

    B. view

    C. plan

    D. promise

    29. A. happened

    B. appeared

    C. existed

    D. came

    30. A. forced

    B. persuaded

    C. encouraged

    D. ordered

    31. A. something

    B. nothing

    C. anything

    D. everything

    32. A. servants

    B. secretaries

    C. parents

    D. employers

    33. A. fortunately

    B. surprisingly

    C. strangely

    D. curiously

    34. A. protected

    B. predicted

    C. supported

    D. avoided

    35. A. happily

    B. quietly

    C. sadly

    D. luckily

    36. A. beyond

    B. through

    C. among

    D. within

    37. A. gave up

    B. agreed with

    C. believed in

    D. returned to

    38. A. path

    B. track

    C. way

    D. pavement

    39. A. confident

    B. wealthy

    C. strong

    D. attractive

    40. A. skip

    B. move

    C. float

    D. climb

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    来源: 河南省驻马店市2016-2017学年高二下学期期末考试英语试题 Word版含答案.doc

    Something quite tragic happened in our home. It had a   41   effect on our lives. It   42   the way we relax and even where we sit. There was no fire or floodwe   43   our Wi—Fi service, for over a week.

    I was raised in the pre—Wi—Fi era, so was relatively   44   to the situation. My children,   45   did not have this training. When given the news that there was no Wi—Fi in the house, their first   46   was: “But, what will we do?” Fortunately, the TV still worked, although the children were   47   to find that they had only 70 channels.

    For the children, a(n)   48   challenge was homework, most of which is now given online. The lack of broadband seemed to provide a new   49   “the dog ate my homework” excuse. My daughter   50   that one of her friends had her water supply temporarily   51   due to a leak, but she thought that our lack of Wi—Fi was   52  , “because you can go to the shop and buy water, right?”

    My husband and I need the Internet to   53   us to work at home. Luckily, I’ve found out that these days you can go to the shop to   54   Wi—Fi. Although expensive, it allows you to set up your own Mi—Fi network   55  . Buying 1GB of data makes you view your broadband differently. I don’t want to   56   it like leaving a tap running. We log on to the Mi—Fi network and do what we have to do as   57   as possible and log off.

    The change that   58   has created in our daily life have occurred without us really   59  . The   60   part of our time without Wi—Fi was seeing the children make forts (堡垒) out of the sofa cushions, which they haven’t done in years.

    41. A. possible                          B. modest                          C. positive                          D. huge

    42. A. explored                   B. challenged                            C. improved                       D. guaranteed

    43. A. received                   B. booked                          C. lost                                D. bought

    44. A. addicted                   B. accustomed                          C. admitted                        D. attached

    45. A. however                   B. therefore                       C. otherwise                       D. besides

    46. A. impression               B. inspiration                      C. response                       D. request

    47. A. excited                            B. grateful                          C. embarrassed                 D. desperate

    48. A. avoidable                 B. major                             C. enjoyable                      D. simple

    49. A. version                            B. translation                            C. dimension                      D. collection

    50. A. repeated                  B. promised                       C. observed                       D. ignored

    51. A fixed up                            B. cut off                                   C. used up                         D. laid in

    52. A. worse                       B. better                             C. clearer                                  D. more

    53. A. force                        B. encourage                            C. remind                                  D. enable

    54. A. look into                   B. search for                      C. purchase                       D. borrow

    55. A. easily                       B. securely                         C. firmly                             D. constantly

    56. A. share                       B. analyze                          C. store                              D. waste

    57. A. steadily                           B. quickly                           C. properly                         D. smoothly

    58. A. technology               B. information                           C. knowledge                            D. intelligence

    59. A. reflecting                  B. hearing                          C. saving                                  D. noticing

    60. A. rigid                         B. tough                             C. bright                             D. necessary

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    来源: 河南省郑州市第一中学2018届高三上学期入学考试英语试题 Word版含答案.doc

    Mildred Webinga Freeman was an English teacher at the new middle school I attended in the ninth grade.She wasn't my_41_;she was the adviser to the safety patrol(巡逻)on which I_42_.I loved being around her and_43_her sense of humor and kind personality.She was_44_a good listener.

    At the end of the year,she_45_that she was moving to Florida,and I was very sad.We exchanged_46_and became pen pals.I could tell her_47_,and she treated me_48_respect even though I was a teenager.

    In Florida,Mrs.Freeman became a Realtor(房地产经纪人),_49_she managed to find time to write letters.She wrote_50_stories and always took my concerns_51_.She had given me a(n)_52_invitation to visit,and I missed her so much.When I_53_to take her up on the_54_,she answered,"Get your shoes on and your bags_55_!You are welcome anytime!"

    I spent three weeks with her in Miami.Her_56_of poetry,music,and creative writing_57_me to follow these endeavors(努力).One day_58_hanging sheets on the clothesline,she_59_and said,"You know,the sky is fuel for the soul."I had never looked at the_60_before hearing those words.Later that year,I received a call that Mrs.Freeman had died.

    41.A.mother             B.friend             C.classmate      D.teacher

    42.A.served             B.advised                 C.expected       D.led

    43.A.shared             B.enjoyed         C.imagined       D.found

    44.A.such                B.just                C.still                 D.also

    45.A.knew                B.announced           C.thought                 D.realized

    46.A.addresses          B.gifts               C.views             D.roles

    47.A.anything           B.nothing                 C.everything      D.something

    48.A.in                     B.as                  C.with               D.to

    49.A.so                    B.but                 C.or                         D.for

    50.A.amusing                  B.different         C.emotional      D.ordinary

    51.A.immediately    B.carefully         C.seriously        D.privately

    52.A.urgent              B.lucky              C.ambiguous           D.open

    53.A.decided                  B.hesitated       C.wrote             D.hurried

    54.A.offer                 B.promise         C.excuse                  D.message

    55.A.bought             B.found             C.filled              D.packed

    56.A.love                        B.dream            C.sense            D.feeling

    57.A.persuaded       B.encouraged          C.forced           D.allowed

    58.A.before              B.once              C.while              D.after

    59.A.looked over    B.looked out    C.looked up      D.looked down

    60.A.clouds              B.flowers                  C.people                  D.houses

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    来源: 河南省郑州二砂寄宿学校2016-2017学年高一下学期第一次月考英语试卷 Word版含答案.doc

     “Ring! Ring! Ring!” The telephone rang for a long time in Bill Hewlett’s house. Bill was the director of a large  21   company called Hewlett-Packard. At that time, computers had already   22   but they were huge machines that cost a lot of money.

    Bill answered the telephone   23  . He did not like being disturbed while he was reading his newspaper. A young-sounding   24   on the other line said, “My name is Steve Jobs. I am a   25   of the Hewlett-Packard Explorers’ Club. I went on a fieldtrip to one of your company’s laboratories and was   26   by the 9100A computer. I’ve never seen anything so splendid!” He   27   for a while and continued. “I am looking for some computer  28   and will use them to build a frequency counter. Well, I thought you might be able to29   me.”

    There was  30  . Then, Bill asked the young boy for his  31  . Steve revealed that he was twelve. There was another silence.   32   by the boy’s enthusiasm(热情), Bill invited Steve to his office.

    A few days later, Bill Hewlett gave Steve what he needed. Steve was also offered a  33  job in one of his laboratories.

    Eight years later, Steve Jobs set up a  34   with his close friend, Steve Wozniak. Their first step was to find a   35   for the company. Steve Jobs loved apples and had worked on an apple   36   before.  Although there was no   37   between apples and computers,

     38   thought “Apple” would be a catchy name. “I like the name. We’ll be in a great 39   in the telephone directory,” Steve Wozniak said confidently. That was how Apple was  40   in 1976.

    21. A. computer          B. machine                   C. fruit                        D. telephone 

    22. A. arrived              B. gone                       C. 1eft                       D. existed 

    23. A. quickly             B. sadly                       C. angrily                            D. happily 

    24. A. scientist          B. voice                        C. girl                          D. man   

    25. A. member                  B. adviser                  C. teacher                     D. technician

    26. A. met                  B. delighted                   C. hurt                         D. amazed   

    27. A. thought             B. looked                  C. paused                         D. talked

    28. A. parts              B. experts                  C. games                      D. companies

    29. A. show                       B. help                      C. teach                      D. 1ead      

    30. A. laughter           B. sound                     C. excitement                D. silence 

    31. A. address             B. number                    C. age                       D. money   

    32. A. Impressed         B. Woken                   C. Troubled                 D. Puzzled

    33. A. permanent        B. night-time               C. full-time                  D. vacation 

    34. A. factory          B. company                 C. 1aboratory                D. club

    35. A. name                 B. manager                C. place                      D. designer

    36. A. farm                B. tree                         C. factory                    D. store 

    37. A. business           B. dialogue                 C. friendship                 D. connection

    38. A. every               B. both                       C. some                       D. all

    39. A. position              B. relation                   C. field                           D. moment 

    40. A. managed            B. saved                     C. created                     D. bought

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    来源: 河南省新乡市延津县高级中学2016-2017学年高二(卫星班)下学期期末考试英语试题 Word版含答案.doc

    Speaking two languages can actually help reduce some effects of aging on the brain, a new study has found.

    Researchers tested how long participants needed to   41   from one cognitive (认知) task to another, something that’s known to   42   longer for older adults, said lead researcher, Brain Gold, an expert at the University of Kentucky, “It has great effects these days because our population is   43   gradually,” Gold said. “Seniors are   44   longer, and that’s a good thing, but it’s only a good thing   45    a certain degree that their brains are   46  .”

    Gold’s team compared task-switching of younger and older   47  , knowing they would find slower speeds in the   48   population because of previous studies.   49  , they found that older adults who spoke two languages were able to switch mental gear (齿轮)   50   than those who didn’t.

    First, Gold and his team   51   30 people, who were either bilingual (双语的)   52   monolingual (单语的), to look at a series of colored shapes and   53   with the name of each shape by pushing a button. Then, they   54   the participants with a similar series of colored shapes and asked them to respond with what   55   the shapes were by pushing a button. The bilingual people had the   56   to respond faster to the shifting prompts (提示).

    Researchers then gathered 80 more people for a second   57  ; 40 bilinguals and 40monolinguals. This time, researchers used FMRI machines to   58   brain activity during the same shape-and color-identifying   59  . Gold and his team found that bilingual people had different brain activity than their monolingual peers.

    “Learning a second language in childhood was thought of as   60  ,” Gold said. “Actually, it’s beneficial.”

    41. A. switch                                                        B. perform      C. jump                D. transport

    42. A. hold                                                           B. spend  C. last                 D. take

    43. A. increasing                                                 B. aging   C. growing                  D. exploding

    44. A. surviving                                                   B. staying       C. living                D. expecting

    45. A. with                                                           B. in        C. at                     D. to

    46. A. powerful                                                   B. healthy       C. sensitive                D. special

    47. A. adults                                                        B. researchers       C. leaders                   D. seniors

    48. A. random                                                     B. ordinary      C. older                D. younger

    49. A. Thus                                                         B. Otherwise   C. Besides                  D. However

    50. A. faster                                                        B. slower  C. longer                     D. better

    51. A. paid                                                          B. asked  C. promised                D. forced

    52. A. yet                                                             B. nor      C. or                    D. and

    53. A. remember                                                 B. realize C. recall               D. reply

    54. A. presented                                                 B. rewarded    C. assisted                  D. treated

    55. A. forms                                                         B. types   C. colors                     D. sizes

    56. A. right                                                          B. ability   C. opportunity                    D. determination

    57. A. experiment                                                B. conclusion        C. lesson                    D. task

    58. A. recognize                                                  B. improve      C. make               D. record

    59. A. tools                                                          B. scores C. tasks               D. games

    60. A. simple                                                         B. reasonable             C. useless     D. interesting

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    来源: 广东省揭阳市2016-2017学年高二下学期学业水平考试(期末)英语试题 Word版含答案.doc

    In our modern world, when something wears out, we throw it away and buy a new one. The

       41   is that countries around the world have growing mountains of    42    because people are throwing out more rubbish than ever before.
        How did we   43   a throwaway society? First of all, it is now easier to   44    an object than to spend time and money repairing it.   45   modern manufacturing (
    制造业) and technology, companies are able to produce products quickly and inexpensively. Products are plentiful and   46   .
        Another cause is our   47   of disposable (
    一次性的) products. As   48   people, we are always looking for   49   to save time and make our lives easier. Companies   50   thousands of different kinds of disposable products: paper plates, plastic cups, and cameras, to name a few.
        Our appetite for new products also   51   to the problem. We are   52   buying new things. Advertisements persuade us that   53   is better and that we will be happier with the latest products. The result is that we   54   useful possessions to make room for new ones.
        All around the world, we can see the   55   of this throwaway lifestyle. Mountains of rubbish just keep getting bigger. To   56   the amount of rubbish and to protect the   57   , more governments are requiring people to recycle materials.    58   , this is not enough to solve our problem.
        Maybe there is another way out. We need to repair our possessions   59   throwing them away. We also need to rethink our attitudes about   60   . Repairing our possessions and changing our spending habits may be the best way to reduce the amount of rubbish and take care of our environment.

    41    Akey                 Breason             Cproject                   Dproblem

    42    Agifts               Brubbish            Cdebt                       Dproducts

    43    Aface                Bbecome            Cobserve             Dchange

    44    Ahide                 Bcontrol            Creplace                   Dwithdraw

    45    AThanks to     BAs to            CExcept for              DRegardless of

    46    Asafe                 Bfunny              Ccheap                         Dpowerful

    47    Alove                 Black                 Cprevention              Ddivision

    48    Asensitive        Bkind                Cbrave                   Dbusy

    49    Aways            Bplaces             Cjobs                        Dfriends

    50    Adonate             Breceive            Cproduce              Dpreserve

    51    Aadapts             Breturns            Cresponds             Dcontributes

    52    Atired of            Baddicted to       Cworried about       Dashamed of

    53    Anewer              Bstronger         Chigher                   Dlarger

    54    Apick up            Bpay for            Chold onto                   Dthrow away

    55    Aadvantages       Bpurposes        Cfunctions                Dconsequences

    56    Ashow            Brecord             Cdecrease             Dmeasure

    57    Atechnology       Benvironment     Cconsumers             Dbrands

    58    AHowever       BOtherwise       CTherefore               DMeanwhile

    59    Aby                   Bin favour of      Cafter                       Dinstead of

    60    Aspending        Bcollecting      Crepairing              Dadvertising

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    来源: 广东省惠州市2016-2017学年高一下学期期末考试英语试题 Word版含答案.doc

    Nowadays, more and more communities for old people are founded everywhere all over the world.___21___you walk in a department store, you will find that more and more ___22___for old people have been put on the shelves. The population of ___23___people in the world is___24___rapidly, and the reason is people are living ___25___ now. There are several ___26___ for this phenomenon.

    First, under the development of science and technology, it’s ___27___the standards of living have been improved a lot. People work less and ___28___ more these days than ten years ago. More entertainment has also been ___29___, so people have more chances to entertain and keep a good mood every day, which is ___30___   for being healthy and living longer.

    Moreover, highly ___31___ health system is another significant factor for people to live for a long time.   ___32___ the governments put more fund for health expense, more people are ___33___  the suffering of illness.

    Further more, the ___34___ in medicine also plays an important role. There’s an undeniable fact that after people ___35___ the mysteries of gene, more and more ___36___ developed medicine cured a lot of illness that can’t be ___37___ before. Besides all these explanations we ___38___ above, there are also many other reasons.   ___39___ the main causes of people’s longer life is the development of science and technology, efficient___40___   system and improvement in medicine.

    21.

    A.

    Before

    B

    Since

    C.

    When

    D.

    Although

    22.

    A.

    products

    B

    books

    C.

    clothes

    D.

    food

    23.

    A.

    young

    B

    old

    C.

    sick

    D.

    healthy

    24.

    A.

    growing

    B

    decreasing

    C.

    flowing

    D.

    moving

    25.

    A.

    happier

    B

    shorter

    C.

    longer

    D.

    more comfortable

    26.

    A.

    results

    B

    mistakes

    C.

    experiences

    D.

    explanations

    27.

    A.

    strangely

    B

    obviously

    C.

    suddenly

    D.

    immediately

    28.

    A.

    relax

    B

    sleep

    C.

    compete

    D.

    explore

    29.

    A.

    debated

    B

    replaced

    C.

    refused

    D.

    provided

    30.

    A.

    valuable

    B

    amazing

    C.

    essential

    D.

    magical

    31.

    A.

    damaged

    B

    developed

    C.

    increased

    D.

    selected

    32.

    A.

    Once

    B

    If

    C.

    Unless

    D.

    As

    33.

    A.

    amazed at

    B

    worried about

    C.

    saved from

    D.

    suffered from

    34.

    A.

    improvement

    B

    science

    C.

    efficiency

    D.

    technology

    35.

    A.

    invented

    B

    chose

    C.

    shared

    D.

    discovered

    36.

    A.

    frequently

    B

    newly

    C.

    slowly

    D.

    carelessly

    37.

    A.

    found

    B

    cured

    C.

    treated

    D.

    served

    38.

    A.

    interviewed

    B

    expected

    C.

    discussed

    D.

    remembered

    39.

    A.

    But

    B

    And

    C.

    So

    D.

    Therefore

    40.

    A.

    economy

    B

    finance

    C.

    security

    D.

    health

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    来源: 广东省佛山市高明区第一中学2016-2017学年高二下学期静校练习英语试题(Unit 20) Word版含答案.doc

    Production of bottled water has grown over the past thirty years from nothing into a $16 billion-per-year business.  1 , more and more people have been against bottled water use, and environmentalists are  2  people to go back to the tap (水龙头).

    The first reason why you should seriously think about  3  bottled water, they say, is that it’s bad for the  4 . Producing plastic bottles  5  vast quantities of oil.  6 , factories create poisonous waste and send it into the environment. What is more, the vast majority of plastic water bottles aren’t  7 . In almost every part of the world, unwanted water bottles take up landfills (垃圾填埋地) and send  8  gases into air and water when they are burned. In other words, bottled water is a major  9   to  global warming.

    Secondly, the  10  of bottled water requires a lot of fuel. In the USA alone, one billion bottles of water are moved around each week in trucks,  11  polluting gases and wearing down the roads. In fact, some high-priced water is  12  from one side of the planet to the other.

    Finally, bottled water isn’t even better for your  13 . Tap water rules in many countries are far  14  than those for bottled water. Furthermore, tap water  15  fluoride, which is added to help build  16  teeth and prevent tooth decay (龋齿). Consequently, as the use of bottled water has  17 , tooth decay has become more serious.

    To sum up, by stopping the use of  18  water, and encouraging others to  19  so, you will be doing the planet an enormous favour and  20  your own health as well.

    1.  A. Besides                      B. Moreover          C. However              D. Therefore

    2.  A. allowing                     B. training       C. urging                  D. commanding

    3.  A. giving up                    B. turning to     C. preparing for          D. believing in

    4.  A. business                   B. industry       C. price                      D. environment

    5.  A. creates                       B. attracts        C. requires           D. shares

    6.  A. By all means              B. In the wild     C. On the contrary      D. As a result

    7.  A. sold                   B. recycled             C. found            D. limited

    8.  A. harmless                 B. dangerous       C. natural            D. clean

    9.  A. presenter           B. instructor         C. contributor         D. official

    10. A. category                 B. design          C. competition      D. delivery

    11. A. absorbing          B. preventing       C. giving off          D. turning off

    12. A. shipped                 B. wasted         C. developed             D. collected

    13. A. safety                    B. future          C. health                 D. country

    14. A. older               B. fewer          C. stricter            D. simpler

    15. A. declines            B. avoids         C. produces           D. contains

    16. A. big                  B. strong         C. white              D. straight

    17. A. dropped            B. changed        C. increased        D. disappeared

    18. A. polluted             B. cold            C. bottled            D. boiled

    19. A. do                   B. talk           C. report            D. donate

    20. A. damaging              B. benefiting      C. challenging       D. respecting

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    来源: 甘肃省兰州新区舟曲中学2016-2017学年高二下学期期末考试英语试卷 Word版含答案.doc

    We always celebrated my Dad’s November birthday on Thanksgiving Day, even after he entered a nursing home. As years went on, these events took on an___41___meaning — a traditional birthday party for Dad, and a personal___42___for all that he had done for me in my life.

    When we knew that it might be Dad’s ___43___birthday, the whole family decided to come together for a huge birthday celebration at the nursing home. It was a crowded party___44___all of us sitting around him. Dad was a wonderful___45___, and here was a biggest audience he’d ever had.

    During a quiet moment, I announced that it was now Dad’s turn to___46___stories from us. I wanted everyone to tell Dad what we loved about him. ___47___we told stories from our hearts, ___48___Dad listened with wet, flashing blue eyes. We ___49___all kinds of lost memories – stories about when we were little, stories about when Dad was young and stories that are shared as family ___50___. Even the littlest grandchildren couldn’t___51___to tell their grandfather why they loved him. For a man who had been kind to so many people in his life, here was our___52___to honor him.

    A few months later, at Dad’s memorial service, we fully realized what we had given Dad that night. Those were the stories people normally tell at a___53___. They are told, then, full of tears, with the hope that the departed will somehow hear the outpouring of love. ___54___we had given those loving___55___to Dad when he was___56___, told through laughter, accompanied by hugs and joy. I’m sure the stories and memories___57___over in his mind during his last months and days.

    Words do___58___, and they are enough. We need to say them, to speak them___59___to the ones we love, for everyone else to hear. That’s the way to___60___love, and our chance to honor a person in life.

    41. A. original               

    B. modern          

    C. complex         

    D. double

    42. A. congratulation         

    B. wish            

    C. thanking        

    D. apology

    43. A. late                   

    B. lost            

    C. living          

    D. last

    44. A. with                   

    B. as              

    C. though          

    D. by

    45. A. writer                 

    B. listener        

    C. storyteller     

    D. reader

    46. A. hear of                

    B. listen to       

    C. make up         

    D. talk about

    47. A. Little by little       

    B. Now and then    

    C. All at once     

    D. One after another

    48. A. if                     

    B. because         

    C. while           

    D. before

    49. A. recalled               

    B. recorded        

    C. regretted       

    D. remembered

    50. A. thoughts              

    B. treasures       

    C. possessions     

    D. tales

    51. A. afford                

    B. help            

    C. wait            

    D. offer

    52. A. chance                

    B. task            

    C. duty            

    D. decision

    53. A. burial                

    B. party           

    C. meeting         

    D. wedding

    54. A. And                   

    B. But             

    C. So              

    D. Or

    55. A. kindness              

    B. memories        

    C. care            

    D. hugs

    56. A. healthy               

    B. old             

    C. young           

    D. alive

    57. A. went                  

    B. flew            

    C. rolled          

    D. came

    58. A. benefit               

    B. matter          

    C. work            

    D. mean

    59. A. publicly              

    B. properly        

    C. consciously     

    D. correctly

    60. A. fall in               

    B. search for      

    C. hand over       

    D. give back

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    来源: 甘肃省兰州市第一中学2016-2017学年高二下学期期末考试英语试题 Word版含答案.doc

    Volunteering abroad comes with a bit of a social stigma(耻辱). From my__16__, this couldn’t be further from the truth. Volunteering isn't so expensive that it's only a __ 17__ for the well-off. I spent 10 weeks volunteering in Arizona with America Conservation Experience(ACE), helping __18__ America's natural beauty.

    The __19__ was arranged through BUNAC, a work and volunteer organization. ___20___ it cost me around $1,000-- a sum which I __21__ mostly by working part-time.

    The self-indulgent(放纵自己的) image is __22__ to overseas volunteer projects. However, the work can be __23___ . I spent my time maintaining trails, building fences and carrying out projects in some of the national monuments of America. Summer temperatures in Arizona stay well above 35, __24__ pleasant if you're carrying 50kg of concrete for 10 hours at a time. And then there was the wildlife to deal with, which__25__ my strength of character and made my ___26___ of the English household spider disappear.

    ___27___ do most people volunteer for? Probably they want to ___28___ things to the world. But in reality, you ___29___ just as much as the local communities and ecosystems you're helping.

    Spending 10 weeks in America's most beautiful national parks and forests was__30__. I gained a far deeper___31___of the local environment than the average tourist,__32__ ex-national park rangers(护林者) who knew__33__ of the area's history and ecosystem. But best of all, my 10 weeks were spent volunteering with young people from a mix of__34__--from Belgians to South Koreans. When I left Arizona, I returned home having made a lifelong __35___with people from around the world.

    16.  A. aspect         B. experience      C. impression       D. observation

    17.  A. choice         B. dream         C. habit            D. destination

    18.  A. explore        B. develop        C. preserve         D. find

    19.  A. trip           B. fund           C. organization      D. conference

    20.  A. In other words  B. As a result       C. In all           D. On average

    21.  A. awarded       B. sponsored       C. invested         D. covered

    22.  A. similar        B. equal           C. relevant         D. close

    23.  A. easy-going     B. hard-going       C. interesting      D. instructive

    24.  A. still           B. never           C. yet            D. even

    25.  A. enriched       B. challenged       C. improved       D. affected

    26.  A. fear           B. curiosity         C. frustration      D. dislike

    27.  A. Why          B. How            C. Who           D. What

    28.  A. take out        B. give back        C. make up        D. bring in

    29.  A. succeed        B. remember        C. learn           D. benefit

    30.  A. unreal         B. unbearable        C. unbelievable    D. unforgettable

    31.  A. meaning       B. appreciation       C. understanding   D. commitment

    32.  A. interviewing    B. meeting          C. inviting         D. recording

    33.  A. perfectly       B. partly            C. naturally        D. vividly

    34.  A. origins        B. platform          C. cultures         D. schools

    35.  A. campaign      B. promises          C. contest         D. bond

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    来源: 甘肃省静宁一中2016-2017学年度高二下学期期末考试英语试题 Word版含答案.doc

    Imagine loving someone so much that you’d swim more than 5,000 miles to see him or her. Dindim manages to swim that far every year to   21   his friend John.

        This is   22  , not only because of the love between the two friends, but because Dindim is 23     a penguin.

        John found Dindim covered in oil, hardly   24   on a beach near his home. He picked him up, cleaned him off and brought him to his house where he   25   him and got him healthy again. John named him Dindim.

        After a week, he   26   the penguin back to the beach and tried to release him,    27   Dindim refused to leave John. They   28   together for the next eleven months. Then, Dindim disappeared.  29  , John thought he’d never see his friend again.

        But just a few months   30   , Dindim was back. He found John on the beach, and followed him home. Each year, he   31   for four months to live with other penguins. For the other eight months, he lives with John.

        John says that each time they meet again, Dindim seems   32   to see him. He says he loves the penguin as if he were his own   33  . He feels certain that Dindim loves him in the   34    way.

        Ecologist Carl Safina says that animals can and do love humans. He writes and speaks a lot about animals and their   35  . According to Carl, it’s obvious that animals feel love for humans. What’s less obvious is whether or not human love animals enough to   36   them. Hundreds of thousands of animals are   37   by the same oil that covered Dindim when John found him. Fifty percent of   38   has disappeared in the last 40 years because of humans   39   their habitats(栖息地). Scientists say we’re in a new mass extinction period. In the next two   40  , they predict that we’ll lose 75 percent of the remaining species on earth.

    21. A. congratulate         B. visit                  C. invite                      D. help

    22. A. heart-warming            B. considerate      C. interesting               D. ridiculous

    23. A. fortunately                 B. obviously           C. actually                  D. surely

    24. A. active                        B. asleep                C. lively                      D. alive

    25. A. nursed                       B. collected            C. focused                  D. guarded

    26. A. brought                   B. answered           C. called                     D. pulled

    27. A. and                            B. so                     C. although                 D. but

    28. A. played                        B. worked             C. lived                       D. studied

    29. A. Angrily                       B. Sadly                C. Gladly                    D. Nervously

    30. A. before                        B. ago                   C. then                       D. later

    31. A. disappears                  B. escapes             C. challenges               D. hides

    32. A. more miserable           B. more confident   C. happier                   D. stronger

    33. A. friend                        B. child                 C. wife                       D. neighbor

    34. A. correct                      B. proper             C. same                      D. different

    35. A. needs                         B. relationships       C. numbers                 D. feelings

    36. A. protect                       B. prevent              C. stop                       D. hunt

    37. A. sold                           B. killed                 C. polluted                  D. found

    38. A. sea                                B. land                  C. population               D. wildlife

    39. A. using                         B. stealing              C. destroying                     D. reducing

    40. A. generations                 B. solutions            C. standards                D. systems

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    来源: 甘肃省会宁县第一中学2016-2017学年高一下学期期末考试英语试题 Word版含答案.doc

    War,money and power are a few things that countries and people are concerned about.__21__ I agree that those things are important,I believe that everyone should start to __22__ more on a growing problem—global warming.

    Global warming will not only __23__ our country and our generation,but also the entire _24__ and future generations.It __25__ because the weather has been a lot warmer over the past few years,which __26__ the melting(融化)of the ice in the Antarctic.This will soon cause water levels to __27__ and flood parts of the world.

    Many people ignore this problem because they feel __28__ they can't do anything about it and have more __29__ things to worry about.If we all __30__ so,then our ozone layer(臭氧层)will be __31__ and the planet will no longer be able to make life continue to exist.We should do our best to limit the use of our planet's __32__ resources and keep our air clean.__33__,future generations will suffer from our __34__.

    Some might feel that they can't stop global warming from __35__.But if every single person does his or her part in keeping the air clean,then it will become a __36__ effort.Sure,there are some things that cause pollution and that we won't be able to __37__ change.This may include car burning oil,but we can __38__ adjust some of these things.People can start carpooling,taking the bus,riding their bikes,or __39__ just walking.

    If everyone takes __40__ now,I believe we can start seeing remarkable results within a few years.

    21.A.When       B.As       C.How      D.Though

    22. A.depend    B.focus     C.hang       D.remark

    23. A.annoy     B.interrupt   C.affect       D.confuse

    24.A. world       B.continent  C.industry     D.climate

    25.A. fails        B.completes  C.changes     D.occurs

    26. A. lies in      B.results in    C.suffers from      D.escapes from

    27.A. reduce      B.rise       C.drop     D.move

    28. A.as if       B.in case    C.even though     D.if only

    29.A. popular      B.suitable   C.important  D.difficult

    30. A.do         B.keep     C.like  D.find

    31.A. protected   B.strengthened  C.destroyed  D.surrounded

    32.A. unlimited   B.natural     C.recycled  D.industrial

    33.A. Therefore   B.Otherwise  C.However  D.Instead

    34.A.illnesses    B.failures      C.decisions  D.mistakes

    35.A. continuing  B.arriving    C.improving   D.disappearing

    36.A.physical    B.mental       C.national   D.worldwide

    37.A.slightly     B.fully       C.hardly       D.slowly

    38.A.at least     B.at most     C.at first     D.at last

    39.A.yet        B.even       C.still          D.thus

    40. A. time      B.turns       C.action   D.arms

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    来源: 福建省漳州市2016-2017学年高一下学期期末考试英语试题 Word版含答案.doc

    Avoid Rubbish

       How often do you let other people’s silly behavior change your mood? Do you let a bad driver, a rude waiter or an angry boss   36   your day? The key to happiness is how   37   you can get back our focus on what’s important in your life. sixteen years ago, I learned this   38   in the back of a taxi. Here’s what happened.

    We were driving in the right lane(车道)   39   suddenly a black car jumped out of a parking space right   40  us. My taxi driver used his brakes(刹车)hurriedly and   41   the other car’s back end by just 2 cm!

    Then I couldn’t   42   what happened next. The driver of the other car, who almost caused a big accident, turned his head   43   and started shouting bad words at us.

    But to my greater   44  , my taxi driver just  45  and waved at the guy. So, I said, “Why did you just do that? this guy could have   46  us!” And this is when my taxi driver told me what I now call, “The Law of the Rubbish Truck”.

    He said: “Many people are like rubbish trucks. They run around full of rubbish, full of frustration,   47   and disappointment. As their rubbish piles up, they   48  a place to dump(倾倒)it. And if you   49   them, they’ll dump it on you. So when someone wants dump on you, don’t take it. Just smile, wave, wish them   50  and move on. Believe me. You’ll be happier.”

    So I started thinking, how often do I    51  their rubbish and spread it to other people? It was then that I said, “I don’t want their rubbish and I’m not going to   52   it anymore.”

        When we follow “The Law of the Rubbish Truck”, we will take   53   of our life again. So, love the people who treat us   54   . At the same time,    55   about the ones who don’t.

    36. A. direct                             B. brighten                       C. waste                    D. ruin

    37. A. slowly                     B. quickly                   C. smoothly                      D. hopefully

    38. A. saying                    B. question                       C. lesson                   D. situation

    39. A. while                              B. where                    C. when                     D. until

    40. A. behind                    B. besides                 C. over                             D. in front of

    41. A. missed                    B. hit                          C. crashed                       D. passed

    42. A. see                         B. believe                  C. hear                     D. explain

    43. A. up                          B. down                    C. around                        D. away

    44. A. worry                      B. joy                         C. relief                     D. surprise

    45. A. smiled                     B. wept                      C. shouted                       D. apologized

    46. A. tricked                    B. saved                    C. killed                     D. attacked

    47. A. happiness                     B. anger                    C. excitement            D. fright

    48. A. ask for                    B. look for                        C. pay for                  D. wait for

    49. A. let                           B. stop                              C. encourage            D. invite

    50. A. clever                             B. bad                              C. well                       D. successful

    51. A. take                        B. put                        C. refuse                  D. gather

    52. A. throw                      B. deliver                   C. receive                        D. spread

    53. A. care                        B. control                   C. notice                    D. advantage

    54. A. right                        B. wrong                    C. coldly                   D. fair

    55. A. Think                      B. Laugh                   C. Argue                    D. Forget

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    来源: 福建省师大附中2016-2017学年高二下学期期末考试英语试题 Word版含答案.doc

    My first lesson is at a meeting. As we settle around the table I hear Meg, who is   1   a recent operation, talking to Judith, the manager of our project. “Thank you so much for   2   my daughters to their dance lessons last week.” “Don’t mention it,” Judith says, “It was nothing.”

           Knowing how   3   Judith’s schedule is, with her work, kids and aging parents, I find her driving Meg’s children to lessons unbelievably   4  . I am about to say more about this when Donna, another colleague, enters the room   5  . She apologizes for being late, saying she just hosted a lunch for her friends who are over seventy. “That is so nice of you,” I say,   6   how busy she is, how she doesn’t like to cook and clean. “Oh,” she says, waving her hand, “It was nothing.”  7  , I can still tell the   8   in her voice. She did gain a sense of satisfaction from the entertainment offered to her friends.

           Seeing their   9   to help others selflessly, I start thinking about the concept of “nothing”, this way of living--- had it really been nothing or are they simply saying that? It   10   to me that once I spent a whole afternoon after work helping a friend   11   a speech she was going to deliver. I       12   her to rearrange the sequence of the stories in the lecture to make it sound more   13  . After the fifth try, she finally   14   it. She hugged me with   15  , saying thanks to me. I smiled and said it was nothing.

           Suddenly, I realized that helping someone was really something to me. I learned that giving from the heart doesn’t   16   mean sacrifice and hard work. The   17   is finding something we love to do and finding someone who   18   that something. Our generosity can benefit others   19     ourselves. Once you have a good   20   of it, it’s nothing. And it’s really something.

    1. A.       waiting for              B. adapting to                C. going through           D. recovering from

    2. A. guiding                     B. driving                  C. fetching                   D. dragging

    3. A. common                    B. strange                     C. tight                   D. practical

    4. A. ridiculous                    B. strange                     C. generous               D. tiresome    

    5. A. hurriedly                 B. angrily                C. disappointedly           D. unexpectedly

    6. A. knowing                 B. forgetting                 C. ignoring                   D. predicting

    7. A.       Therefore                         B. Somehow              C. Otherwise                D. Moreover

    8. A. pleasure                       B. sadness                    C. surprise                    D. regret

    9. A. progress                      B. ambition                   C. promise                 D. willingness

    10. A. occurs                      B. appears                    C. refers                    D. seems

    11. A. deal with              B. put up                      C. give away                 D. prepare for

    12. A. begged                   B. invited                      C. sponsored          D. recommended   

    13. A. confusing               B. sensitive                   C. sensible                    D. typical

    14. A. got                            B. made                        C. caught                         D. meant

    15. A. gratitude                B. worry                   C concern                  D. apology

    16. A. normally                    B. necessarily             C. accidentally                  D. possibly

    17. A. treat                          B. plot                          C. trick                        D. plan

    18. A. defends                      B. admires                   C. loves                        D. needs 

    19. A. on account of             B. as well as                 C. except for                D. regardless of

    20. A. impression              B. glimpse                    C. command                 D. order 

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    来源: 安徽省巢湖市柘皋中学2016-2017学年高二下学期期末考试英语试题 Word版含答案.doc

    Not many people can say they've been hit by a vehicle,but I can.I rode my bike to my daily_41_practice in a gym last summer.I crossed the street as the light_42_;however,a young woman_43_me with her fancy racing car. Like James Bond in a very_44_situation,I rolled across the hood(引擎罩)onto the other side of the car.You may wonder_45_a woman driver could be so careless.The truth is that the woman was on her phone while driving,so her _46_was clearly drawn away from driving and caused the accident.

    After assessing my_47_and believing that all my bones were undamaged in any way,I_48_and talked to the woman driver.I could tell she was obviously quite_49_,as was I.After assuring her of my well-being,we_50_ways.

    _51_my surprisingly shabby bicycle,I went on my way.I rode into the_52_only 20 minutes late.Upon my arrival, my tennis coach and friends asked me why I was late.Nervously,I_53_the car accident.Everyone seemed to be far more_54_than I was.In fact,I_55_joked,saying that now I know how the squirrels feel after a nice escape.

    After this_56_,I realize the importance of bike lanes and watching out for pedestrians.

    Now as I drive,I always_57_for people on bikes so that they do not_58_the same fate(命运)that I did_59_,for all the bikers and runners out there,watch out for cars,as one small mistake could_60_an unforgivable mistake.

    41.A.football            B.tennis            C.volleyball       D.badminton

    42.A.permitted         B.broke             C.appeared      D.exploded

    43.A.passed            B.greeted                 C.hit                         D.met

    44.A.romantic            B.humorous      C.awkward        D.dangerous

    45.A.how                         B.if                    C.when             D.where

    46.A.passion            B.attention        C.interest                 D.excitement

    47.A.needs              B.behaviors      C.injuries                 D.conclusions

    48.A.stood up                 B.walked away    C.lay down        D.blew up

    49.A.rude                        B.cautious         C.forgetful         D.scared

    50.A.parted              B.cleared                 C.explored        D.changed

    51.A.Turning in        B.Picking up      C.Putting aside         D.Giving away

    52.A.garage             B.parking lot    C.gym               D.bike store

    53.A.avoided                  B.ignored           C.prevented      D.mentioned

    54.A.grateful            B.inspired         C.anxious          D.curious

    55.A.still                   B.even              C.just                D.yet

    56.A.attempt            B.sacrifice         C.exploration           D.accident

    57.A.look out                  B.work out         C.come out       D.set out

    58.A.accept             B.deserve                C.suffer             D.escape

    59.A.Thus                B.However          C.Otherwise      D.Also

    60.A.repeat              B.cause            C.correct                  D.realize   

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    来源: 安徽省蚌埠市第二中学2017-2018学年高二8月月考英语试题 Word版含答案.doc

       There is so much competition in the world where we live. Every single person has a(n)  26  to succeed and be the best at what they can. There are college basketball players   27   reaching the professional level and students trying their best to get an “A” on their math test. We meet businessmen that have  28  a lot of money. We all have a role  29  we look up to, or have looked up to at some point in life, whether it is a respected elder in our family, a trusted friend around us, or a(n)  30  person often appearing on TV screens or magazine covers.

        It is  31  having role models and looking up to people that  32  us. However, how often do you ask yourself, “Why is he smarter than me?” or “How did this person achieve such a great  33  at such a young age?” I went to a great high school that was very  34  and demanding; I saw many very  35  students graduate and get into a famous school. I also  36  when I got my math test paper back, I sometimes  37  why I never got consistent “A”s like the student sitting two seats away from me.

        However, what I  38  after entering college was that one should never  39  their skills or levels of success with other people’s. Every single person is  40  and we all have some sort of unique talent. If you are not good at  41  or want to improve a specific skill, you have to learn how to be patient and understand your  42  and try to overcome them.

        The  43  is that you can all become an honor student if you want to or even improve your running skills. But you have to keep in  44  that understanding your weaknesses and strengths is a very  45  step in the process. You have to learn how to look at yourself and set goals step by step so that you can track your improvement.

    26. A. desire         B. choice          C. stress          D. ability

    27. A. dreaming of    B. informed of      C. getting into     D. broken into

    28. A. spent         B. taken            C. earned         D. offered

    29. A. style          B. model           C. type          D. pattern

    30. A. cheerful       B. strange          C. famous        D. awkward

    31. A. funny         B. astonishing       C. ashamed       D. great

    32. A. dislike        B. persuade         C. follow         D. motivate

    33. A. prizes         B. success          C. medals        D. goals

    34. A. competitive    B. acceptable        C. diverse        D. positive

    35. A. careless       B. generous          C. bright        D. curious

    36. A. suspect        B. suggest          C. remember      D. advocate

    37. A. noticed        B. explained        C. wondered      D. believed

    38. A. achieved       B. learnt           C. checked       D. removed

    39. A. combine       B. compare         C. adopt         D. relate

    40. A. perfect        B. simple           C. ordinary       D. different

    41. A. anything       B. nothing          C. everything     D. something

    42. A. advantages     B. weaknesses       C. potential       D. personalities

    43. A. problem       B. question          C. truth          D. doubt

    44. A. contact        B. touch            C. action         D. mind

    45. A. important      B. difficult          C. interesting     D. obvious

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    来源: 2016年高考英语冲刺卷03(新课标Ⅰ卷).doc

       That holiday morning I didn't have to attend school. Usuallyon holidaysMother  41  me to sleep inAnd I would certainly take full advantage of itOn this particular morning 42 I felt like getting up early

        I stood by my window overlooking the  43  having nothing better to doBut as it turned outI was soon to learn about something  44  in life

        As I watched several people go byget into their cars and go offI  45  an old man on a  bicycle with a bucket on its  46  and a basket of rags and bottles on its back-carriageHe 47  from one car to anotherwashing and cleaning themFrom the water on the groundit seemed that he had already  48  washing and cleaning about a dozen or more carsHe must have begun to work quite early in the morning

        Several thoughts  49  my mind as I watched him workHe wasn’t well-dressed. He had on a pair of shorts and a(n) 50 T-shirtThe bicycle he rode was not by any means the kind modern  51  would want to be seen riding onBut he seemed  52  with lifeThere he wasworking hard at his small business53 at passers-by and stopping to chat now and then 54 elderly men and women on their way to the market nearby

        There was a noticeable touch of 55 in the way he seemed to be doing things 56 the  windscreen(挡风玻璃)then standing back to admire itscrubbing(擦净)the wheels and  57   standing back to see what they look like after the scrub.

    It was a 58 to learnI feltAt no age need one have to beg for a 59 if one has good health  and is willing to work hardFor a while I felt  60  of myselfYoung as I am just sixteenand  there was this old man who must have been usefully engaged perhaps before the sun appeared  above the horizon

    41Aallows                 Bforces                  Ccauses            Dforbids

    42Aotherwise             Bhowever              Ctherefore         Dbesides

    43Abus stop              Bparking lot             Cschool            Dmarket

    44Auseful                  Bsurprising              Cawful              Dinteresting

    45Acalled                  Brecognized             Cnoticed           Dassisted

    46Ahandle                 Bback                    Cwheel             Dseat

    47Asearched              B1eft                     Cwandered        Dmoved

    48Astopped               Bfinished                Cintended          Dstarted

    49Adisturbed               Bslipped                 Ccrossed           Dinspired

    50Asimple                 Bshiny                   Cattractive         Dexpensive

    51Arepairmen              Bcyclists                Cdrivers            Dbusinessmen

    52Acontent                Bbusy                    Ccareful            Dbored

    53A1aughing              B1ooking               Cwaving           Dpointing

    54Aabout                   Bfor                      C1ike                Dwith

    55Aworry                  Bpride                    Csympathy        Drespect

    56Afixing                  Bcleaning               Creplacing         Dcovering

    57Astill                      Bagain                   Cyet                 Dsoon

    58A1esson                 Bsubject                 Cskill                Dfact

    59Abusiness              Bsuccess               C1iving             Dright

    60Aashamed              Bdoubtful               Cfearful            Dtired

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