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一、未分类(共8题)
1.

2007年郭德纲代言藏秘排油茶涉嫌虚假宣传到2010年成龙代言的霸王洗发水被曝含有致癌物质的二恶烷,明星代言广告不时出现问题,请你以名人与广告Celebrities and Advertisements)为题写一篇120词左右的短文:

1.简单分析明星代言对企业、明星个人和消费者可能产生的影响。

2.提出1-2条合理化建议,以避免虚假广告给消费者带来的伤害。

3.标题与开头已给,不计入总词数,注意字迹工整与卷面整洁。

Celebrities and Advertisements

As we know, a lot of companies like to invite celebrities to be their mouthpieces.

【答案】

Celebrities and advertisements

As we know, a lot of companies like to invite celebrities to be their mouthpieces while making advertisements. On one hand, companies and enterprises can promote their products and make more profits with the help of the influence of celebrities on the public. On the other hand, those invited stars can make a lot of money for themselves. But sometimes they don’t care whether they are telling the truth or not and just make dishonest advertisements which tell lies and mislead consumers. As a result, we waste much money on ineffective products and may even suffer a lot physically and psychologically.

Personally, both companies and celebrities should treasure their social image and be responsible for what they have promised about the products. Meanwhile, government should make laws to prevent dishonest and unethical advertising.

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2.

阅读下面短文,根据以下提示:1)汉语提示 2)首字母提示 3)语境提示,在每个空格内填入一个适当的英语单词,并将该词完整的写右边相对应的横线上,所填单词要求意义准确,拼写正确。

       The following is the result of a survey on the students’ v                    1____________

on their future job preference_______ seems to be some differences           2____________

_________ boys and girlsThe most striking contrast lies in teaching:           3___________

most girls would like to become teachers w    ____few boys want              4___________

to do this job_______(有趣的是), many boys want to do business         5____________

and still some want to become _______(律师) though only a small           6____________

part of girls s   _   interest in these two fieldsThe second largest             7____________

group of all the __________(受调查) students, expect to be scientists.       8___________

That is, both boys and girls are w        to show their ability in                 9____________

this fieldAnd the third c    for girls is to be   translators                      10___________

【答案】

1views     2There  3between   4while   5Interestingly

6lawyers    7show  8surveyed  9willing  10choice

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3.

       Scientists in the United States say plant life has increased on Earth in the past twenty years and that in every area of plant growth the increase is the result of weather conditions.

       Eight scientists from across the United States did the studyThe space agency NASA and the Department of Energy paid for itThe findings were published in the magazine Science.

       The researchers spent one and a half years examining weather satellite informationThe information was recorded from 1982 to 1999That period was one of the warmest on recordResearchers found that rainfall generally increased during that time.

       The satellites measured the number of leaves on plants and the amount of sunlight taken inThe scientists used that information to estimate what is called net primary productionThis is total amount of carbon stored in land plants.

       The scientists report a 6% increase in stored carbon since 1982They say gains were high in equatorial areas, especially around the Amazon River in South AmericaThe area alone had a 1% increase in the net primary production.

Ramakrishna Nemani of the University of Montana in Missoula headed the studyHe says reduced cloud cover led to growth in Amazon areaHe also says the lack of clouds allowed more sunlight to get throughMore sunlight meant increases in photosynthesis(光合作用).That is the process by which plants use energy from sunlight to produce the chemicals they need to grow.

       Northern Canada, the north-central United States and northern Europe were second in increased plant growthRamakrishna Nemani says a rise in temperature helped plants there.

       All together, the report says 25% of areas of plant life on Earth experienced increasesBut the scientists also note increase in the number of people on Earth and carbon dioxide levels in the atmosphereRanga Myneni of Boston University in Massachusetts, another study scientist says humans use about half the net primary production on EarthAnd he notes that the world population grew by 36% during the period of time studied.

1Which of the following is in charge of the study?

       AThe space agency NASA of the US.       BThe Department of Energy of the US.

       CRamakrishna Nemani in Missoula.         DRanga Myneni in Massachusetts.

2What’s the main cause of the plant growth put forward by the study?

       AGrowth in population.                          BRegional features.

       CSeasonal variation.                               DWeather conditions

3Why do scientists believe that reduced cloud cover has led to the plant growth in the Amazon area?

       ABecause plants could take in more sunlight.

       BBecause plants could get more rainfall.

       CBecause plants could enjoy cooler air.

       DBecause plants suffer less from natural disasters.

4Which of the following descriptions about the years from 1982 to 1999 is TRUE?

       AIt was the warmest on record.

       BRainfall decreased little by little.

       CWorld population grew by 25%.

       DStored carbon increased by 6%.

【答案】

CCAD

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4.

It’s not entirely true that kids learn a second language easily, but it’s still the best time to learnBabies are basically equipped to hear and distinguish every possible language and dialect, but once they reach 6 months old, they begin to focus on the particular sounds that exist in the languages that they’re exposed toIn this way, kids will naturally and automatically be bilingual(双语的) if they hear multiple languages on a daily basis when they are still babies..

One lady told me of her son who grew up in a very multi-cultural community working at a resortHe would naturally and easily switch from Dutch, to French, to Italian, German and English depending on who he was talking toOf course that’s an extreme case, but it’s completely possible and easy.

It’ s not true that they will get mixed up by learning multiple languagesThey may mix them up purposely simply because certain words or expressions are easier, but they won’t develop any permanent language disabilitiesQuite the contrary, bilingual children have been shown to be as much as a year more advanced in learning ability development for 2 and 3 years olds.

Some kids who simply aren’t gifted at learning languages, just as some aren’t gifted at sports or music, will find it difficult to continue schooling in a foreign languageIn that case, it may be better not to continue with the foreign language schoolStill, it will have been an excellent opportunity for Grade OnePerhaps for Grade Two you could try a bilingual school.

In any case, learning even a small amount of a foreign language, maintaining the ability to hear and pronounce it by listening to music and movies will keep a foundation for later learningKnowing a second language can be a great benefit for gaining employment.

1What’s the main idea of the first paragraph?

       AIt’s difficult for kids to learn a second language.

       BKids are able to learn multiple languages.

       CKids should be exposed to the native language.

       DKids enjoy all kinds of different dialects.

2What did the lady tell us about her son?

       AHe could speak five kinds of languages.

       BHe was learning some different languages.

       CHe could talk with many people at the same time.

       DHe was working in a multi-community.

3In which way can learning multiple languages benefit kids according to the text?

       AMixing up different languages.              BDistinguish different dialects.

       CDeveloping learning ability.                    DDeveloping language disabilities.

4What should you do if your kids are not good at learning language?

       AAsk them to turn to sports or music.

       BEncourage them to remain in Grade One.

       CLet them remain in the foreign language school.

       DSend them to a bilingual school later.

【答案】

BACD

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5.

       Australia is famous for its beautiful beachesAnd Australian people love swimming and going to the beachBut it wasn’t always that way.

       Different Climate, Different Habits

       When Europeans first invaded Australia, the only people here who were good at swimming were the Aboriginal peopleThe Europeans came from climates where it was too cold to swimHowever the warm climate of Australia soon changed their attitude to swimmingAt first, only men swamThey swam without any clothes on—there were no women to see them.

       Cover up!

       By the 1880 and 1890s visiting the beach was very fashionablePeople wore everyday street clothes—much more than people wear at the beach today.

       In those days people believed they should cover their most body so it would not be seen by the opposite sexSpecial bathing costumes were designed for womenThis costumes used a lot of cloth and were very heavy when wet, making it difficult to swim.

       Laws Made and Laws Changed

       The government decided to stop men swimming nakedIt passed a law which forbade bathing between 6 am and 7 amBut in 1903, the laws changed; people could swim in the daytime, but they had to wear neck-to-knee costumes.

       The Shrinking Costume

       As time passed, swimming costumes became smaller and more convenient.

       At first men and women were covered from neck to kneeThen arms became bareThen more of the legs were uncoveredEach new change was regarded by many as shocking and rude and people wrote letters to the newspapers complaining about the new costumeNowadays some people go to special “nude beaches” to swim naked.

       However, most people cover their bodies more than they did ten years ago—not because they think bare skin is shocking—but to protect their skin from the harmful rays of the sun.

1Which of the following statements about the climate of Australia is TRUE?

       AIt made European settlers think differently about swimming.

       BIt changed European settlers’ swimming costume.

       CIt made European settlers feel much hotter.

       DIt made European settlers have to swim naked.

2What should swimmers do during the late 19th century?

       AThey should hide when they meet a person of the opposite sex.

       BThey should cover their body to avoid being seen by the opposite sex.

       CThey should wear many heavy clothes on beaches.

       DThey should wear special wet costumes designed for them.

3What does the underlined sentence mean?

       APeople were surprised by each new change and criticized it.

       BPeople were amazed by each new change and praise it

       COnly newspapers were in favor of each new change.

       DOnly newspapers thought poorly of each new change.

4What can we conclude from the last paragraph?

       APeople worry about getting skin cancer from too much sun.

       BPeople protected their swimming costumes from too much sun.

       CPeople are greatly shocked by the nude beaches.

       DPeople think it rude to swim with the smaller costumes.

【答案】

ABAA

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6.

       An ancient Egyptian mummy thought to be that of Pharaoh Ramses I(法老一世)has returned home after more than 140 years in North American museumsThe body was carried off the plane in Cairo in a box covered in Egypt’s flag.

       The Michael Carlos Museum gave it back after tests showed it was probably that of the man who ruled 3,000 years agoThe US museum acquired it three years ago from a Canadian museum, which in turn is thought to have bought it from Egyptian garve robbers in 1860The mummy was welcomed back home with songs and military band music during a ceremony at the national museum in Cairo.

       Zahi Hawass, head of Egypt’s Supreme Council of Antiquities(文物最高委员会), traveled from the US with the body and said it would be moved next year to the Luxor Museum in southern Egypt“We are not 100% sure that mummy is that of Ramses I,” said MrHawass“But we are 100% sure that it is of a king.”

       Atlanta’s Michael Carlos Museum acquired the mummy in 1999, but offered to return it after hi-tech scanning equipment indicated it was likely to be that of Ramses IThe museum website said it had been acquired from the Niagara Falls MuseumIt is thought a Canadian collector bought the mummy for the Niagara Falls Museum around 1860 from an Egyptian family which had came across a tomb filled with royal mummies at a site near Luxor.

       Mr. Hawass praised the handover as “a great, civilized gesture”And he appealed to other world museums to return Egypt’s antiquities, particularly the Rosetta Stone in the Britain Museum and the Bust of Nefertiti in the Berlin Museum.

1Where was Ramses mummy kept in just before the handover?

       Athe Luxor Museum                              Bthe Michael Carlos Museum

       Cthe Niagara Falls Museum                     Da Canadian Museum

2Which is the correct order of the following events according to the passage?

       aThe mummy returned home.

       bThe mummy was kept in the Niagara Falls Museum.

       cEgyptian grave robber sold he mummy.

       dA Canadian collector bought the mummy.

       eThe mummy was kept in the Michael Carlos Museum.

       Ac-d-e-b-a             Bc-b-e-d-a             Ca-d-c-b-e                Dc-d-b-e-a

3Which of the following statements is TRUE according to the passage?

       AAll the Egypt’s antiquities have returned home after the handover.

       BNiagara Falls Museum is an American museum.

       CBuying the mummy from the Egyptian family was a civilized gesture.

       DRamses Mummy had been kept in Canada for more than a century.

4What would be the best title for the passage?

       AThe history of Ramses mummy.

       BThe handover ceremony of Ramses mummy from Canada.

       CThe returning of Ramses mummy to its homeland Egypt.

       DThe history of the royal family of Ramses.

【答案】

BDDC

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7.

On a hot summer day, a soft drink can really take away your thirstAt home, at school, in the park or at the movies—you can find one almost anywhere

       Carbonated(碳酸的)

       You can see bubbles in these! Of all soft drinks sold, about 75 percent are carbonatedBut be careful, carbonated soft drinks have lots of sugar and caffeineCaffeine is not very good for you in the summer, because it takes water out of your bodyAnd the sugar can make you overweight if you drink too much.

       Fruit juice

       There are different kinds of juiceOne kind is made only from fresh fruitThis kind of fruit juice may not taste sweet enough for some people, but it is nutritiousAnother kind of fruit juice tastes good but has lots of sugar in itMany young people buy this kind because the advertisements are goodIt is bad for your teeth and bones to drink lots of this.

       Energy drinks

       These kinds of drinks have caffeine and things that make people get excited in themThey are sometimes called “party drinks”Doctors say that if you drink too much of this kind, you may have a heart attack.

       Bottled water

       We have lots of different kinds of bottled water, such as mineral water, purified water and distilled(蒸馏的) waterThey are clean and easy to drinkBut it is best not to drink very cold waterIt may make your stomach feel bad.

       Sports drinks

       Most of these have funny names like “Scream” and “G-Vital”They have lots of vitamins and minerals in themAfter you play sports, you may want to drink one of these.

       But if you just spend your summer holiday sitting around watching TV, you won’t need them at all!

1Which of the following is NOT suitable for you to take if you go climbing?

       ACarbonated soft drinks.                        BFruit juice.

       CBottled water.                                      DSports drink.

2If you have to stay up late, what kind of water may help you?

       AFruit juice.                                          BEnergy drinks.

CBottled water.                                      DSports drink.

3What’s the probable reason for you to drink sports drinks after sport?

       AThey have funny names that sound very exciting.

       BThey can recover the minerals lost in your sweat.

       CThey can effectively get rid of your thirst.

       DThey can take away your vitamins and minerals.

4What’s the main purpose of the author writing this article?

       ATo advise us to keep away from unhealthy soft drinks.

       BTo teach us some useful ways of keeping healthy.

       CTo make advertisements for the soft drink companies.

       DTo tell us how to choose a suitable one from different drinks.

【答案】

ABBD

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8.

It was black in the eveningJason, a 12-year-old boy didn’t want to go outsideBut his mother, Branda, was worried about his father and   1  he go.

That evening the man had tohis car, a Buick outside their house in the driveway.

enough, the wife hadn’t heard a single  4  for at least one hour. “Go and find him,” she told Jason.

The kid stepped outside in the darkness and called into the shadows “Dad?”

       “Jason?”  5  was his father, but his voice soundedHe spoke slowly, in a strange way.

       That evening, when the man had to get   7  the car to fix it, he used a forklift to lift the car 8 , the man didn’t place the blocks in front of the car’ s front tires to keep it from  9 forward off the forks, which was exactly  10  it did afterwards

Little Jason saw his dad’s feet  11  out from beneath the car 12   to take a full breath, Old Jason sank into a sleepy, half-alive  13

    “Calm downIt will be OK.” The boy  14  his motherNow he couldn’t afford to be scared.

       He climbed on and started up, the Buick started to come off the ground and 15  in the air.

       Minutes later, 911 policemen arrivedOld Jason 16  beneath the car, still breathing.

       It wasn’t  17 his dad was loaded into an ambulance that the little boy 18  and sobbed.

       Little Jason says one happy change has come out of the 19  : he gets to spend more time with his dadOld Jason, who hasn’t touched a car  20   the Buick fell on him often spends evenings with his son playing.

1Aclaimed                 Bdemanded            Cdeclared              Dannounced

2Aclean                    Bbuy                     Cfix                      Dsell

3AStrangely              BInterestingly         CFortunately          DDangerously

4Aword                    Bsentence              Cnoise                   Dsound

5AHe                        BThis                    CThere                  DIt

6Ausual                    Bdifferent              Ccalm                   Dunhappy

7Ainto                      Bonto                    Cbeneath               Dabove

8ASomehow             BAnyhow              CSomewhat           DAnyway

9Asinking                 Brolling                 Cdriving                Drunning

10Awhat                   Bhow                    Cwhy                    Dwhen

11Abringing               Bmoving                Csticking               Dtaking

12AUnable                BUnlikely               CLikely                 DAble

13Aenvironment        Bcircumstance       Cstate                   Dposition

14Ainspired               Bcomforted           Crequired              Dpersuaded

15Amoved                Bdrove                  Cbent                    Dsuspended

16Aslept                   Bsat                      Cstood                  Dlay

17Auntil                    Bunless                 Cwhen                  Dwhile

18Abroke out            Bbroke down         Cbroke up             Dbroke off

19Amatter                 Baffair                   Caccident              Devent

20Aafter                   Btill                       Cwhen                  Dsince

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1—20 BCADD   BCABA    CACBD    DABCD

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二、选择题(共15题)
1.

–Do you suppose you could do it without help, Jack?

—______This is not the first time for me.

ANot likely.       BNot exactly         CDon’t worry.       DI’m afraid not.

【答案】

C

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2.

-–How is your trip to Canada?

—Good, but the hotel we stayed in is ______but satisfactory.

Asomething        Banything          Cnothing          Deverything

【答案】

B

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3.

My sister _____ as a secretary in her company for three years and now she _____ to the manager of the sales department.

Aserved; has been promoted                          Bhad served; has been promoted

Chas served; has promoted                                   Dwas serving; has promoted

【答案】

A

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4.

In my opinion, that company, though relatively small, is pleasant _____.

Adealing with        Bdealt with         Cto deal with         Dto be dealt with

【答案】

C

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5.

The prices of the apartments downtown were _____ high so we ______ gave up the idea of buying one there and chose to live in the suburb.

Aconstantly; approximately                            Bgenerously; purposefully

Cextremely; eventually                                   Dfrequently; unfortunately

【答案】

C

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6.

The employees consider their boss unfair and unreasonable because he is not _________ in dealing with company affairs.

Aconsistent        Bcontroversial           Cconfident         Dconventional

【答案】

A

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7.

John was honest _____ his companions and won their faith _____ him.

Ato; for          Bwith; in           Cfor; about           Dwith; of

【答案】

B

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8.

Was it in 1802 when he discovered his hearing problem _____ Beethoven realized that his future ______ in composing music?

Athat; lay         Bwhen; lay            Cwhich; laid           Dthat; laid

【答案】

A

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9.

Joining the firm as a clerk, he got rapid promotion through his diligence and _____ as a manager last year.

Adropped out          Bcame back           Cended up          Dstarted off

【答案】

C

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10.

The girl planned to have dance lessons at the training centre with her friend ______ she would stay for an hour.

Awho          Bwhere            Cwhat             Dwhich

【答案】

B

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11.

It is illegal for a public official to ask people for money ____ favors to them.

Ain preference to                            Bin place of

Cin agreement with                   Din exchange for

【答案】

D

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12.

–Bill is warm-hearted and works hard.

—________ his sister Betty

ASo is        BSo does           CNor does         DIt’s the same with

【答案】

D

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13.

–How can I operate this machine?

—Well, just refer to the _______.

Aexplanations          Bexpressions         Cintroductions         Dinstructions

【答案】

D

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14.

He threw away all the ______ cigarettes, _______ to give up smoking for the sake of his health.

Aremained; determining                                  Bleaving; determined

Cremaining; determined                                 Dleft; determining

【答案】

C

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15.

Mandy, ___ university student from Canada, teaches us ___ history of western art.

Aan; the          Ba; the         Cthe; /         Dthe; a

【答案】

B

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8
34.78%
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15
65.21%
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提纲作文
1
4.34%
单元测试
1
4.34%
阅读理解
6
26.08%
交际用语
2
8.69%
代词
1
4.34%
动词时态与语态
1
4.34%
非谓语动词
1
4.34%
副词
1
4.34%
形容词
2
8.69%
介词
2
8.69%
强调句
1
4.34%
动词
1
4.34%
定语从句
1
4.34%
名词
1
4.34%
冠词
1
4.34%
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