纪第一部分 英语知识运用（共两节，满分55分） 21世纪教
（ ）1.---I wish that my parents to watch my basketball match tomorrow.
----But they are always busy.
A. will come B. would come C. had come D. came
（ ）2.---The little girl can speak two foreign languages fluently.
- ---Really? She have a gift for language.
A must B. need C. should D. can
（ ）3. not to be late for the class, Lily set out for school in a hurry.
A. Reminding B. Reminded C. To remind D. Having reminded
（ ）4. He insisted on carrying on the experiment all kinds of trouble.
A. in spite of B. instead of C. in addition to D. due to
（ ）5. The fact that she graduated from Hong Kong University made _____
easy for her to get a job. A. her B. this C. that D. it
（ ）6. is suggested that he his homework.
A. It; finished B. It; finish C. That; finish D. That; finished
（ ）7. It was not until the beginning of the meeting _____ he realized _____ I told him was the only possible way to deal with the problem.
A. that; what B. what; that
C. when; what D. when; that
（ ）8. The population of China is larger than ______ of the United States.
A. this B. that C. these D. those
（ ）9.You may send me an e-mail or just give me a call. will do．
A．Neither B．Each C．Any D. Either
（ ）10.Christmas is ___special holiday when ____whole family are supposed to get together.
A. the, the B. a, a C. the, a D. a, the
（ ）11. The accident was ____ his careless driving.
A.due to B. because C. because of D. Both A and C
（ ）12. After living there for one year, they have________there.
A. accustomed to working B. accustomed to work
C. been accustomed to working D. been accustomed to work
（ ）13. He lost his way in the forest, but he managed to get through it______.
A. completely B. eventually C. quickly D. automatically
（ ）14. ----I _____to go for a walk.
---But I_____ going shopping.
A. would like; feel like B. feel like; feel like
C. feel like; would like D would like; would like
（ ）15. With my money ______, I went back home.
A.ran out of B. ran out C. running out of D. running out
（ ）16. Tom kept quiet about the accident ________ lose his job.
A. so not as to B. so as not to C. so as to not D. not so as to
（ ）17. Along with the letter was his promise _____he would visit me this coming Christmas.
A. which B. what C. that D. whether
（ ）18. He’s got himself into a dangerous situation he is likely to be accused of meeting someone.
A. where B. which C. while D. why
（ ）19. The students in the class were _____four groups before they started the game.
A divided into B separated into C divided from D separated from
（ ）20. Only then ______the importance of my health.
A I had realized B had I realized C I realized D did I realize
( ) 21. --What do you want to do next? We have half an hour until the basketball game
---____. Whatever you want to do is fine with me.
A. It just depends B. It’s up to you
C. All right D. Glad to hear that
( ) 22.He is going to hospital ______a medical examination next week．
A．to give B． to have given
C．to be given D．to have been given
( ) 23.If you _____the chat room ten minutes ago, you ______what we were talking about.
A. have joined ; will know B. had joined ; would have known
C. should join ; would know D. would join ; have known
( ) 24.You should be more careful, _____you might meet with some accident.
A. meanwhile B. however C. although D. otherwise
( ) 25.The organization’s _____are to provide food for homeless people and help them find somewhere to live.
A. aims B. rules C. suggestions D. profits
Switzerland(瑞士) is famous for its watches. However, this country didn’t 26 the watch. It was the British 27 did it. Here is a story of 28 the watch was 29 to Switzerland.
Many years ago, an Englishman was 30 to Italy. 31 his way he stopped in a small town in south Switzerland. This Englishman travelled in a carriage inside 32 there was a carriage watch. This was the 33 kind of watch. A native shop assistant 34 to see the watch. He 35 what it was and asked the Englishman 36 it. “It is a carriage watch. ”said the man. “ This machine 37 the time but now it isn’t working.”
At once the shop assistant 38 to try to repair it. So the traveller 39 him the watch. The assistant was a very wise man. So it was not 40 that he managed(设法) to repair it. He 41 remembered how it was made. As soon as the traveller had 42 on his journey(旅行), he made a watch of 43 the same type.
44 the watch-making was 45 in Switzerland. Today Swiss watches are sold in stores all over the world.
（ ）26.A.make B. invent C. produce D. develop
（ ）27.A.which B. who C. where D. they
（ ）28.A.why B. that C. how D. when
（ ）29.A.carried B. sold C. sailed D. brought
（ ）30.A.travelling B. riding C. walking D. running
（ ）31.A.On B. In C. At D. From
（ ）32.A.which B. that C. it D. whom
（ ）33.A.proper B. smallest C. earliest D. biggest
（ ）34.A.wanted B. seemed C. happened D.discovered
（ ）35.A.wondered B. thought C. understood D.discovered
（ ）36.A.on B. about C. of D. with
（ ）37.A.gives B. tells C. strikes D. counts
（ ）38.A.failed B. helped C. insisted D.offered
（ ）39.A.served B.shared C.showed D.handed
（ ）40.A.surprise B.surprised C.surprising D.surprises
（ ）41.A.however B.besides C.but D.even
（ ）42.A.gone B.done C.come D.spent
（ ）43.A.correctly B.specially C.exactly D.naturally
（ ）44.A.Thus B.So C.Otherwise D.However
（ ）45.A.opened B.started C.done D.returned
Here are a few tips we’ve put together to help you learn English well.
Practise speaking as often as yon can--even speaking to yourself is good practice.Try recording yourself whenever you can. Compare your pronunciation with the master version，see how you can do better and have another go.If yon do this several times，you will find that each version is better than the last.
Why not learn with someone else?
It helps if you can learn with someone else. If yon can persuade a friend or family member to study with yon，it will make you keep working.Agree times to meet and set goals for the week，and test each other regularly.
Don’t get stuck by a word you don’t know
Ptactise improvising(即兴的)ways of getting your meaning across when speaking spontaneously(本能地)，even if yon don't know the exact words or phrases.Think of things yon might want to say whenever yon have spare time.A basic example is the rise of tenses.If you don't know the past tense but want to talk about yesterday，use the verb in the present tense and use the word for“yesterday”.Use facial expression，hand movements，anything to get your meaning across.
Language learning is also about intuition(直觉)
Guesswork is an important strategy in learning a new language.When listening to recorded material，yon aren’t expected to understand everything first time round.If you play the same piece several times，you will most probably understand something new each time.Learn to make maximum use of all the clues yon can pick up.For example，what do the speakers sound like? Happy? Angry? Calm? etc.
Build up your vocabulary
A wide vocabulary is the key to successful language learning but don't try to learn too mach at once.It’s best to study frequently，for short periods of time.Take a maximum of six or seven items of vocabulary and learn them.Put them into sentences to fix them in your mind，then come back to them later.Much of the vocabulary in the course is presented by topic.
And above all，have fun!
（ ）46.Why should one have himself recorded when practising speaking?
A. To encourage others to start B. To record his own progress.
C. To improve his speaking. D. To compare himself with others.
（ ）47.Which of the following is the most important in learning English?
A.Speaking. B.Pleasure. C.Intuition. D.Vocabulary.
（ ）48.It is implied in the passage that is helpful when you are learning English.
A.body language B.a good memory
C.a good friend D.a proper dictionary
（ ）49.Which of the following proverbs(谚语) seems not to be always true in learning a language?
A.Practice makes perfect. B.A good beginning is half done.
C.Rome is not built in a day. D.Don’t run before you can walk.
By far the most common difficulty in study is simple failure to get down to regular concentrated work. This difficulty is much greater for those who do not work to a plan and have no regular routine of study. Many students muddle along ,doing a bit of this subject or that ,as the mood takes them, or letting their set work pile up until the last possible moment.
Few students work to a set timetable .They say that if they did work out a timetable for themselves they would not keep to it ,or would have to change it frequently ,since they can never predict (foresee) from one day to the next what their activities will be .
No doubt some students take much more kindly to a regular routine than others .There are many who shy away from a self-controlled weekly timetable ,and dislike being tied down to a fixed programme of work .Many able students state that they work in cycles .When they become interested in a topic they work on it attentively for three or four days at a time .On other days they avoid work completely .It has to be admitted that we do not fully understand the motivation（动机）to work .Most people over 25 years of age have become used to a work routine ,and the majority of really productive workers set aside regular hours for the more important areas of their work .The “tough-minded” school of workers doesn’t fully accept the idea that good work can only be done naturally ,under the influence of inspiration（灵感）.
Those who believe that they need only work and study as the fit takes them have a mistaken belief either in their own talent or in the value of “freedom” .Freedom from control and discipline（纪律）leads to unhappiness rather than to “self-expression” or “personality development” . Our society insists on regular habits ,timekeeping and punctuality （准时），and whether we like it or not ,if we mean to make our way in society ,we have to meet its demands.
（ ）50.The most widespread problem in applying oneself to study is .
A.changing from one subject to another
B.the failure to keep to a set timetable of work
C.the unwillingness to follow a systematic plan
D.working on a subject only when one feels like it
（ ）51.Which of the following is true?
A.Many students are not interested in using a self-controlled timetable.
B.Many students don’t like being told to study to a fixed timetable.
C.Most people over 25 years of age don’t work to a set timetable.
D.Tough-minded people agree that good work is done naturally.
（ ）52.The underlined part “as the fit takes them” in paragraph 4 means .
A. when they have the energy B. when they are in the mood
C. when they feel fit D. when they find conditions suitable
（ ）53.A suitable title for the passage might be .
A. Attitudes to Study B.A Study Plan
C. The difficulties of Studying D. Study and Self-discipline
What makes one person more intelligent than another? What makes one person a genius, like the brilliant Albert Einstein, and another person a fool? Are people born intelligent or stupid, or is intelligence the result of where and how you live? These are very old questions and the answers to them are still not clear.
We know, however, that just being born with a good mind is not enough. In some ways, the mind is like a leg or an arm muscle. It needs exercise. Mental (done with the mind) exercise is particularly important for young children. Many child psychologists (心理学家) think that parents should play with their children more often and give them problems to think about. The children are then more likely to grow up bright and intelligent. If, on the other hand, children are left alone a great deal with nothing to do, they are more likely to become dull and unintelligent.
Parents should also be careful with what they say to young children. According to some psychologists, if parents are always telling a child that he or she is a fool or an idiot, then the child is more likely to keep doing silly and foolish things. So it is probably better for parents to say very positive (helpful) things to their children, such as “That was a very clever thing you did.” or “You are such a smart child.”
（ ）54. The words “intelligent” and “brilliant” in the first paragraph probably mean _______ while “dull” in the second paragraph means ________.
A. bright and splendid; slow in thinking and understanding
B. pretty and handsome; ordinary-looking
C. great and important; common
D. hopeful and helpful; careless
（ ）55. A person ________ is more likely to become a genius.
A. whose parents are clever
B. often thinking about difficult problems
C. often helped by his parents and teachers
D. born with a good brain and putting it into active use
（ ）56. It is better for parents ________.
A. to praise and encourage their children more often
B. to be hard on their children
C. to leave their children alone with nothing to do
D. to give their children as much help as possible
（ ）57. Which of the following is NOT true according to the article?
A. Parents play an important part in their children’s growth.
B. The less you use your mind the duller you may become.
C. Intelligence is obviously the result of where and how you live.
D. What makes a person bright or stupid is still under discussion.
No one could have failed to be moved had he watched the live televised volleyball game between the Chinese and Cuban women’s teams. As we sat before the television set, with our eyes fixed on the screen, we experienced every kind of feeling. When the two teams played neck and neck, we were on pins and needles, anxious as to what would come next, and when our team fell behind our hearts were in our mouths. Watching the game between those two teams is not only a matter of great joy. For more than that it provides food for thought. Just see how the Chinese women won the game ──by their co ──operation (合作), by their excellent skill, their effort and strong will. A Chinese saying goes, “When two competent opponents (比赛的双方) meet, the strong ──minded one will win. “This is the spirit of the Chinese Women’s Volleyball Team. If every Chinese showed some of the spirit, never losing heart in times of difficulty and remaining clear ──minded in times of advantage (优势), then our nation would stand in the vanguard (前列) of the world family of nations, just as the Chinese Women’s Volleyball Team has done, is doing and will do.
（ ）58. While watching the game, we _____.
A. had feelings of different kind
B. enjoyed a friendly and wonderful game
C. clapped and cheered only for the Chinese Women’s Volleyball Team
D. were eager to know what would happen later on
（ ）59. The wonderful game _____.
A. brought us great joy B. provided us with food for our thoughts
C. gave us not only great joy but also food for thoughts
D. give us a valuable amusement
（ ）60. The author believed that _____.
A. the Chinese Women’s Volleyball Team was the strongest
B. China was sure to become stronger and stronger if only we have that spirit of the Chinese Women’s Volleyball Team
C. The Chinese must remain clear-minded in time of advantage
D. The Chinese Women’s Volleyball Team never lost heart in times of difficulty
（ ）61. The best title of the passage might be _____.
A. Watching a Close Volleyball Game
B. The Spirit of the Chinese Women’s Volleyball Team
C. Learn from the Members of the Volleyball Team
D. The Strong ──Minded Are the Winners
If you wish to become a better reader, here are four important points to remember about rate, or speed, of reading:
1. Knowing why you are reading—what you are reading to find out—will often help you to know whether to read rapidly or slowly.
2. Some things should be read slowly throughout. Examples are directions for making or doing something, arithmetic problems, science and history books, which are full of important information. You must read such things slowly to remember each important step and understand each important idea.
3. Some things should be read rapidly throughout. Examples are simple stories meant for enjoyment, news, and letters from friends, items, or bits of news from local, or hometown, paper, telling what is happening to friends and neighbors.
4. In some of your readings, you must change your speed from fast to slow to fast, as you go along. You need to read certain pages rapidly and then slow down and do more careful readings when you come to important ideas which must be remembered.
（ ）62. According to the passage, your reading speed depends on ________.
A. whether the reading material is easy or difficult
B. what you are reading
C. what your purpose in reading something is
D. both B and C
（ ）63. If one wants to be relaxed by reading, one should take up ________.
A. a story book B. a book on science and technology
C. news, letters from friends D. some material full of information
（ ）64. Which of the following readings should you read slowly and carefully?
A. Fairy tales. B. Aesop’s Fables.
C. Directions for use of a machine D. An evening paper.
（ ）65. Which of the following can best express the main idea of the passage?
A. How to decide your reading speed.
B. How to raise your reading speed.
C. How to improve your reading skills.
D. How to choose your reading materials.
66.Rich people wanted to decorate their______(极好的) palaces and great houses.
67.He had a ______（偏爱）for Western paintings.
68.We didn’t know how they ______（运送）these stones over 200moles without modern machines.
69.Please fill in the ______（空格）with your own information.
70.He became ______ （成瘾的）to cigarettes last year.
71.She felt ______（害羞的）of her body shape, so she decided to go on a diet.
72.He gave a ______（一瞥）at his watch and then left..
73.You should cover the burned area with a dry, clean ______（绷带）.
74.Most people are very ______（乐观的） about the economic situation.
75.It seemed that the driver is to ______(责备) for the accident.
Before lunch Allen happened to see a man fished in 76.______
a ditch about five metre outside a bar. Allen stopped 77.______
curiously. All people passing over the man who was fishing 78.______
regarded him like a foolish man. Allen’s heart went out 79.______
of him. He said kindly to fish-catcher, “Hello, will 80.______
you please do me a favor and have a drink with me 81.______
in the bar?” The man gladly received his invitation. 82.______
After buying the man several cups soft-drinks, 83.______
Allen asked, “You are fishing there, right? May I 84.______
know how much fish you have caught this morning?” 85.______
“You are the number 8,” said the man humorously.
据报道，7岁的美国女孩Amy Bruce得知自己身患肺癌（lung cancer）后处于极度的痛苦之中，假如你是新华中学的学生李华，请你用英文给Amy写一封慰问信，主要内容包括：
01[A][B][C][D] 06[A][B][C][D] 11[A][B][C][D] 16[A][B][C][D] 21[A][B][C][D]
02[A][B][C][D] 07[A][B][C][D] 12[A][B][C][D] 17[A][B][C][D] 22[A][B][C][D]
03[A][B][C][D] 08[A][B][C][D] 13[A][B][C][D] 18[A][B][C][D] 23[A][B][C][D]
04[A][B][C][D] 09[A][B][C][D] 14[A][B][C][D] 19[A][B][C][D] 24[A][B][C][D]
05[A][B][C][D] 10[A][B][C][D] 15[A][B][C][D] 20[A][B][C][D] 25[A][B][C][D]
26[A][B][C][D] 31[A][B][C][D] 36[A][B][C][D] 41[A][B][C][D] 46[A][B][C][D]
27[A][B][C][D] 32[A][B][C][D] 37[A][B][C][D] 42[A][B][C][D] 47[A][B][C][D]
28[A][B][C][D] 33[A][B][C][D] 38[A][B][C][D] 43[A][B][C][D] 48[A][B][C][D]
29[A][B][C][D] 34[A][B][C][D] 39[A][B][C][D] 44[A][B][C][D] 49[A][B][C][D]
30[A][B][C][D] 35[A][B][C][D] 40[A][B][C][D] 45[A][B][C][D] 50[A][B][C][D]
51[A][B][C][D] 56[A][B][C][D] 61[A][B][C][D] [E] [F] [G]
52[A][B][C][D] 57[A][B][C][D] 62[A][B][C][D] [E] [F] [G]
53[A][B][C][D] 58[A][B][C][D] 63[A][B][C][D] [E] [F] [G]
54[A][B][C][D] 59[A][B][C][D] 64[A][B][C][D] [E] [F] [G]
55[A][B][C][D] 60[A][B][C][D] 65[A][B][C][D] [E] [F] [G]
66_________ 67_________ 68_________ 69_________ 70________
71 _________ 72_________ 73_________ 74 _________ 75_________
76._________ 77._________ 78._________ 79._________ 80._________
81._________ 82._________ 83._________ 84._________ 85._________
1—5 BABAD 6--10 BABDD 11---15DCBAD
16—20 BCAAD 21---25 BCBDA
26--30 BBCDA 31--35AACCA
36—40 BBDDC 41—45 DACAB
46---50 CBADB 51—55 A B DAD
56 ---60 AC ACB 61 --65DD A C A
66.superb 67.preference 68. conveyed 69.blanks
70.addicted 71.ashamed 72.glance 73.bandage 74.optimistic 75.blame
76. fished→fishing 77. metre→metres 78. 去掉over. 79. like→as 80. to后加the 81. √
82. received→accepted 83. cups后加of
84. are→were 85. much→many