高中英语2011年福建省普通高中毕业班质量检查
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        Career building is an ongoing activityPlanning and goal setting are part of career buildingbut so is adjusting to and taking advantage of things that happen in all unplanned wayOur dreams and desiresas well as the opportunities open to usare changing all the timeSometimesthey can change quite dramatically over a short period of time

        Dealing with change often requires taking your career in a different directionThereforemost people’s career paths wind up looking more like a forest path or the course of a river than a straight flight path from point A to point BCareer paths tend to meanderJust as a river must take an indirect path to get around hills and other obstacles(障碍物)we often have to do a little meandering to get around barriersWe also meander simply to explore various career possibilities

        This doesn’t mean that you should wander aimlessly for the rest of your life! It does mean thatalthough career building gives you an overall sense of directionit's reasonable to expect that you’ll have to take some meandering along the way

        Career building involves maneuvering as well as meanderingTo maneuver is to be focused and strategic(策略的)to decide what you want and how you are going to get thereBelieve it or notyou can maneuver and meander at the same timeIn factyou have probably already done soFor exampleif you’ve ever sent in an application form for an education program or job before you are really sure you want your application to be acceptedyou have taken action on a plan while you are still exploring other possibilitiesIn other wordsyou are maneuvering and meandering at the same time

    1The passage is mainly to _______

          Atell you how to gain more control over your life

          Bgive you a better understanding of yourself

          Cshow you how to take an active role in planning your career

          Dhelp you to deal with things that happen in an unplanned way

    2The underlined word “meander”(in Paragraph 2)most probably means ______

          Amove away      Bgo round           Cget through        Drun over

    3What can we learn from the passage?

          AThere are seldom straight lines in the course of career building

          BCareer path is like a flight path from point A to point B

          CMost of our dreams and desires change in a short time

          DMore than half of us have to change our career directions

    4When you are hunting for a jobyou are supposed to _______

          Atake your career in different directions

          Bavoid exploring various career possibilities

          Cchange your dreams and desires now and then

          Dknow your goal and try all possible ways to achieve it

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    The Best Parks for A11

        OPENING TIMES Open every day of the year except Christmas Day

        Summer Time10 a.m.一6 pm., 1ast admission 430 p.m

        Winter Time10 a.m.—dusklast admission 3 p.m

        We recommend that you allow between 3 and 4 hours to fully enjoy the Park

       HOWLETTS

    DISABLED VISITORS Howletts is accessible to wheelchair users and every effort has been made to enable the greatest possible enjoyment for disabled guestsWheelchairs are available for hire(please book in advance to avoid disappointment)There are reduced admission prices for disabled visitorsPlease request more detailed advice on arrival

    BY ROAD Howletts is located at Bekesbourne and is signposted off the A2three miles south of Canterbury in KentFree parking

    BY RAIL One and a half hours from London Victoria to Bekesbourne Stationfollowed by a 15-minute walkFor information telephone 0845 748 4950

    BY SEA The Park is easily reached from the Channel Ports and terminals

    BY AIRCRAFT The Park is within a 30-minute drive from the terminal at Folkestone

    PORT LYMPNE

    DISABLED VISITORS Port Lympne lies on hilly terrain and as a result is quite steep(陡峭的)in placesThere are howeverselected routes suitable for wheelchair usersA safari shuttle(旅行车)service around the park is available(free of charge to disabled visitors — subject to availability)Please request more detailed advice on arrivalThere are substantially reduced admission prices for disabled visitors

    BY ROAD Port Lympne is located at Lympnenear Hythe in KentLeave the M20 at Junction 11 and the Park is situated just 5 minutes awayLook for the brown tourist signsPlenty of free parking

    BY RAIL Just over an hour from London Charing Cross or Victoria to Ashford StationThe Park is then only a 30-minute bus ride away(No.10 bus)For information telephone 0845 748 4950

    BY SEA The Park is easily reached from the Channel Ports and terminals

    BY AIRCRAFT The park is only 10 minutes’ drive from the terminal at Folkestone

    1You can enter either of the two parks at ________ .

          A930 a.min summer                     B1130 a.mon Christmas

          C3 p.mon Easter Day                       D430 p.min winter

    2After you get off the trainit will take you 15 minutes to get to _____

          AHOWLETTS by taxi                         BHOWLETTS on foot

          CPORT LYMPNE by bike                      DPORT LYMPNE by bus

    3The two parks are different in _________

          Aopening times                           Bconvenience of traffic

          Ccaring for the disabled         D1and forms

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        ARK(Absolute Return for Kids)works with seven Home-Start centres across the UK to provide understandingtrained volunteers to support problem familiesThrough this early intervention(干预、介入)we aim to solve child and family problems before they become so intractable that social service intervention is required

        Problem families in the UK often receive too little assistance too lateLow social service capacity(能力)means families often reach breaking point before receiving any supportSocial workers have little time to build trust with the family and develop all understanding of specific problemsWhat is moresocial workers can be regarded by families as a threat“They come to take our children away”

        Parents(with children under five)who suffer from illnessdisabilityaddictionpoverty or other pressures receive visits from a trained volunteer one afternoon a week to support and advise them through period of crisisWhere possible the volunteer comes from a similar background to the people calling for helpor has personal experience of similar problems

        The effectiveness of Home-Start's longstanding programme has been proved by a number of research reportsOne study of problem families assisted by Home-Start volunteers found

        ·Nearly 40 of surveyed mothers reported reduced depression

        ·42 of families reported improvements in managing their children

        ·Child behavioral problems reduced by 50%.

        Since ARK’s involvement this success has been recognized in the Government’s Green Paper Every Child MattersThe paper recommended enlarging the programme to ensure Home-Start services are available in every community in the UKThe Government has now provided5 million to help Home-Start achieve this goal

    1The main purpose of ARK’s work with Home-Start is to ______

          Atrain volunteers to support problem families

          Bbuild good relationship with the problem families

          Csolve child and family problems at the beginning

          Dsave every problem child in place of social services

    2The underlined word “intractable”(in Paragraph 1)most probably means _____

          Aserious             Bparticular          Cattractive          Dsensitive

    3It can be inferred from the passage that __________

          Athe UK government can usually help problem families in time

          Bsocial workers enjoy high popularity among problem families

          Cthe volunteers must share the same background with the people needing help

          Dsocial service can’t satisfy the needs of problem families

    4In the UKHome-Start services are now _______

          Aspread to every corner                    Bproved to be effective

          Cthought of as a threat        Drun by the government

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        Fifty years ago I married my soldier sweetheartSix weeks later, he left to fight in KoreaWhile he was away for that first year of our marriageI stayed with my mum and worked hard to keep our savings for our first homeAfter John returned, we found a home and applied for a War Service Home Loanwhich at that time took about six months to come through

        The builder of our home lived in the same street as our house and he allowed us to move in and pay rent until our loan came throughThe rent was one pound and ten shillings per weekwhich we thought fairAs we got to know our neighborsseveral told us to watch our landlord as he was “sharp” and may cheat us in some wayWe always replied that he had given us no cause for complaint

        The loan money came through shortly before ChristmasWe were not well-off but we were happy to have our own homeOne nighttwo weeks before Christmasthere was a knock at our doorIt was our landlord and his wifeWe invited them in and our landlord said“As you knowyour loan has come through and you do not have to pay me rent any moreI did not set that rentthe estate agent(房产代理商)didand I thought it was a bit highEvery time you paid me I put ten shillings away in a boxIt came to 11 pounds

        We were surprised and delightedTo usit was a small fortune just in time for ChristmasWe were able to buy gifts for our entire familyIt was the nicest thing anyone had ever done for us and we decided that we would never judge anyone on hearsay

    1Why did the couple apply for a War Service Home Loan?

          ATo get married                              BTo rent a house

          CTo buy a house                             DTo keep savings

    2When a few neighbors talked about their landlordthe couple _____

          Abelieved that he was sharp                 Bmade a fair remark about him

          Calso complained about him                Dsaid nothing about him

    3Which of the following is TRUE about the rent?

          AThe couple thought the rent was a bit high

          BThe landlord charged high rent by cheating

          CSome of the neighbors were charged too much on the rent

          DThe estate agent set the rent which might be a bit high

    4Why did the landlord and his wife call on the couple one night?

          AThey wanted to give loan money to the couple

          BThey tried to cheat the couple for more money

          CThey wanted to give back part of the rent the couple had paid

          DThey tried to give the couple a box as a Christmas gift

    5The purpose of the passage is to show that ________

          Awe should not judge a person on hearsay

          Bit was not easy for the couple to have a house of their own

          Cthe landlord Was kind to the couple but not to the neighbors

          Dthe couple had an unexpected fortune before Christmas

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    After graduation from collegeI started to sellSoon I discovered that the 1  expression I had been wearing since childhood meant sure  2 I knew it wasn’t going to be easy to  3  that expression on my face left by so many years of hardshipIt  4  a complete change in my view on lifeHere is the  5  I tried

        Each morning during a fifteen-minute bathI  6 to cultivate(培养)a bighappy smileI found out  7 that it couldn’t be a forced smile  8  just for the purpose of putting dollars in my  9 It had to be an honest-to-goodness smile from down deep  10  an outward expression of happiness from within!

        Let’s see  11  starting off with a good fifteen-minute workout of the smile muscles  12  me during the dayBefore entering an office I  13  think of the many things I had to be  14  forwork up a big smile and then enterSeldom did it fail to get the same smile  15  from the person I metI also found that it  16   people when I passed them on the street to give them a  17  smile

        Give every living soul you meet the best smile you have  18  smiled in your lifeand see how much better you  19  and lookIt's one of the best ways I know to  20  worryingand start livingWhen I began doing this, I found I became more welcome everywhere

    1Ahappy             Bworried          Ccurious          Dsurprised

    2Asuccess            Bfriendship         Cfailure            Dwealth

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    3Awear              Bshow           Cchange          Dsee

    4Amade up           Bbrought in         Cturned over       Dcalled for

    5Amethod            Bexample         Cidea             Dthought

    6Adetermined          Bhurried           Cfailed            Dpretended

    7Atherefore            Bhowever         Cinstead           Dotherwise

    8Aintroduced          Bdeveloped        Cdiscovered        D1eft

    9Aopinion             Bhonor           Cbill              Dpocket

    10Aoutside           Bupward         Cinside           Dforward

    11Awhen            Bhow            Cwhether            Dwhy

    12Ahelped            Bupset            Csatisfied          Ddisappointed

    13Acould            Bmight           Cshould          Dwould

    14Aready            Beager            Cthankful         Dfamous

    15Ain general          Bin public          Cin return         Din advance

    16Agreeted           Bpleased           Cpuzzled         Dwelcomed

    17Acheerful           Bforced           Cstrange          Dbitter

    18Anever            Bjust              Calready          Dever

    19Aprove            Bappear           Cfeel             Dremain

    20Akeep             Bstop             Chate            Dprotect

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