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2017吉林高考英语压轴试题(含答案)

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2017吉林高考英语压轴试题(含答案)

说明:本套试卷分第卷和第卷两部分,满分150分。考试时间:120分钟。

 

卷(三部分,共115分)

  第一部分:听力(共两节,满分30分)

  第一节 (共5小题;每小题1.5分,满分7.5分)

  听下面5段对话。每段对话后有一个小题,从题中所给的ABC三个选项中选出最佳选项,并标在试卷的相应位置。听完每段对话后,你都有10秒钟的时间来回答有关小题和阅读下一小题。每段对话仅读一遍。

  1Where did this conversation most probably take place?

  A. Inside a bookstore.

  B. By an art museum.

  C. By a bookstore.

  2How much does she have to pay if she stays for 5 days?

  A. 6.     B. 11.     C. 30.

  3What did the man do that day?

  A. He didn't go out.

  B. He played football though he was hurt.

  C. He was hurt in an accident.

  4How old is Dick now?

  A. 39.      B. 43.      C. 35.

  5What does the man mean?

  A. The teacher is thinner than before.

  B. The teacher is fatter than before.

  C. The teacher is as fat as before.

 

  第二节 (共15小题;每小题1.5分,满分22.5分)

  听下面5段对话或独白。每段对话或独白后有几个小题,从题中所给的ABC三个选项中选出最佳选项,并标在试卷的相应位置。听每段对话或独白前,你将有时间阅读各个小题,每小题5秒钟;听完后,各小题将给出5秒钟的作答时间。每段对话或独白读两遍。

  听第6段材料,回答第6-8题。

  6Who did the man go on holiday with?

  A. His friends.  B. His parents.  C. His relatives.

  7Where didn’t the man go?

  A. Edinburgh.  B. St. Andrews.  C. Highlands.

  8What can we learn about the life they live in school

  A. Everybody lives a happy life.

  B. Everybody lives an easy life.

  C. Everybody lives a busy life.

  听第7段材料,回答第9-11题。

  9What's the relationship between the two speakers?

  A. They are boss and employee.

  B. They are doctor and patient.

  C. They are teacher and student.

  10What’s wrong with the man?

  A. He had a headache.

  B. He had a stomachache.

  C. There was nothing wrong with him.

  11What can we learn about the man?

  A. He is honest.

  B. He is always telling lies.

  C. He is often ill.

  听第8段材料,回答第12-14题。

  12What's the relationship between the two speakers?

  A. They are strangers.

  B. They arc classmates.

  C. They are teacher and student.

  13How many buses are there altogether?

  A. 2.      B. 3.      C. 4.

  14How long does the woman have to wait for the bus?

  A. 20 minutes.  B. 30 minutes.  C. 40 minutes.

  听第9段材料,回答第15-17题。

  15How did the woman get the skirt?

  A. She bought it.

  B. It was a gift given by her parents.

  C. It was made by herself.

  16What did the woman do yesterday?

  A. She went out to buy some cloth.

  B. She went shopping with her mum.

  C. She went out to buy some clothes.

  17What can we learn from the man’s last sentence?

  A. He thinks the woman is excellent.

  B. He thinks the woman has a good judgment.

  C. He thinks the woman should be a tailor.

  听第10段材料,回答第18-20题。

  18What is the basic training for running?

  A. To run slowly at the start.

  B. Just to cover the miles.

  C. To run as long as one can.

  19What time is best for one to do running?

  A. At any time of the day

  B. Only in the morning.

  C. Before the dark.

  20What will be the result for a runner?

  A. He will be bodily strong.

  B. He will be able to join other sports.

  C. He will get over his heart disease.

 

  吉林高考英语压轴试题第二部分:英语知识运用(共两节,满分45分)

  第一节 单项填空(共15小题;每小题1分,满分15分)

  从ABCD四个选项中,选出可以填入空白处的最佳选项,并在答题卡上将该项涂黑

  21Put the books back ________ they belong after you have finished them.

  A. where            B. to where

  C. to which           D. to the place

  22At first he refused to admit he had stolen but when he was shown the videotape(录像带)he ________ and admitted everything.

  A. broke up           B. broke away

  C. broke down          D. broke in

  23________ everyone else wouldn’t go to the mountain area, he went without a second thought.

  A. As long as           B. While

  C. Where            D. In spite of

  24________ , the idea of having to work under a woman defeated him.

  A. Wanting the job very much

  B. Although wanting the job badly

  C. Though he wanted the job very much

  D. He wanted the job badly

  25—Did you remember to give Jenny the money?

    Yes. ________ I saw her, I'm sure.

  A. So long as           B. So far as

  C. The moment          D. Any time

  26Before making your speech, you’d better ________ your thoughts and ideas.

  A. collect    B. gather     C. get      D. prepare

  27Being detemined is a kind of quality and that’s ________ it takes to do anything properly.

  A. how     B. which     C. where     D. what

  28— Do you like a house with no garden?

    —________ , But anyhow, it's better to have one than none.

  A. Not really           B. Not especially

  C. Not a bit           D. Not a little

  29—How do you like the football match?

    —Wonderful, I believe. Just as fine as ________ of the matches we’ve ever seen.

  A. one     B. another    C. some     D. any

  30—Will you attend the meeting this afternoon?

    —But I ________ told anything about it.

  A. wasn't            B. am not

  C. haven't been          D. won’t be

  31—Did you have any trouble with the customs officer?

    —________ to speak of.

  A. No      B. Nothing    C. None     D. Neither

  32Who would you rather ________ the watch?

  A. have to repair         B. have fixed

  C. get repaired          D. get to repair

  33Some people are good at ________ but bad at giving back.

  A. borrowing          B. taking

  C. bringing           D. lending

  34—How long do you think it is ________ he arrived here?

    —No more than half a year, I believe.

  A. when     B. that     C. before    D. since

  35—I had a good holiday at my uncle’s.

    —________ .

  A. Oh, that’s very nice of you

  B. Congratulations

  C. Oh, I’m glad to hear that

  D. It’s a pleasure

 

  第二节 完形填空(共20小题;每小题1.5分,满分30分)

  阅读下面短文,掌握其大意,然后从36-55各题所给的四个选项(ABCD)中,选出最佳选项。

  The purpose of a letter of application is to help you to “sell” yourself. It should state  36  the job you want, and should tell what your abilities are and what you have  37  . It should be simple, human, personal and brief without  38  out any necessary fact.

  In writing a letter of application, keep in  39  that the things a possible employer is most 

40  to want to know about are your qualifications(条件), your achievements and your aims.The opening paragraph is perhaps the most important part. 41  the first few sentences fail to  42  the reader’s attention, the rest of the letter may not be  43  at all. Try to key your opening remarks to the needs or interests of the employer not  44  your own need or desires. For example, instead of beginning with “I saw your  45  in today's paper. ”you might say“I have made a careful  46  of your advertising during the past six months” or “I have made a survey in my neighbourhood to find out how many housewives  47  your product and why they like it.”

  Try to  48  generalities. Be clear about the kind of job for which you are now  49 . College graduates looking for their first positions often ask“ What can I  50  in a letter? Employers want experience, which, naturally, no  51  has. ”The answer is that everything you have ever done is  52 .

  It is important to write a good strong closing for your letter. 53  a specific request for an interview or give the possible employer something definite to do or expect. An excellent 54  is to enclose(内附)a stamped, self - addressed envelope with your letter. That makes it  55  for a possible employer to get in touch with you.

  36A. clearly

B. carefully

C. obviously

D. easily

  37A. found

B. done

C. known

D. heard

  38A. sending

B. taking

C. leaving

D. picking

  39A. brain

B. sight

C. order

D. mind

  40A. probable

B. possible

C. likely

D. able

  41A. While

B. Although

C. As

D. If

  42A. pay

B. win

C. show

D. fix

  43A. kept

B. continued

C. written

D. read

  44A. to

B. for

C. into

D. from

  45A. advertisement

B. report

    C. article

 

D. introduciton

 

  46A. watch

B. search

C. study

D. discussion

  47A. change

B. make

C. sell

D. use

  48A. avoid

B. remember

C. protect

D. gain

  49A. losing

B. applying

C. preparing

D. fitting

  50A. offer

B. supply

C. mean

D. provide

  51A. worker

B. beginner

C. owner

D. manager

  52A. success

B. development

C. practice

D. experience

  53A. Make

B. Ask

C. State

D. Get

  54A. result

B. decision

C. promise

D. idea

  55A. happier

B. easier

C. cheaper

D. safer

 

 吉林高考英语压轴试题 第三部分:阅读理解(共20小题;每小题2分,满分40分)

  阅读下列短文,从每题所给的四个选项(ABCD)中,选出最佳选项。

A

  Without proper planning, tourism can cause problems. For example, too many tourists can crowd public places that are also enjoyed by the inhabitants of a country. If tourists create too much traffic, the inhabitants become annoyed and unhappy. They begin to dislike tourists and to treat them impolitely. They forget how much tourism can help the country’s economy. It is important to think about the people of a destination country and how tourism affects them. Tourism should help a country, keep the customs and beauty that attract tourists. Tourism should also advance the wealth and happiness of local inhabitants.

  Too much tourism can be a problem. If tourism grows too quickly, people must leave other jobs to work in the tourism industry. This means that other parts of the country’s economy can suffer.

  On the other hand, if there is not enough tourism, people can lose jobs. Businesses can also lose money. It costs a great deal of money to build large hotels, airports, air terminals, first- class roads, and other support facilities(配套设施)needed by tourist attractions. For example, a major international class tourism hotel can cost as much as 50 thousand dollars per room to build. If this room is not used most of the time, the owners of the hotel lose money.

  Building a hotel is just a beginning. There must be many support facilities as well, including roads to get to the hotel, electricity, sewers to handle waste, and water. All of these support facilities cost money. If they are not used because there are not enough tourists , jobs and money are lost.

  56Which of the following do you think has been discussed in the part before this selection

  A. It is extremely important to develop tourism.

  B. Building roads and hotels is essential.

  C. Support facilities are highly necessary.

  D. Planning is of great importance to tourism.

  57The underlined word“ inhabitants” in Paragraph 1 probably means________.

  A. tourists            B. passengers

  C. population          D. citizens

  58Too much tourism can cause all these problems EXCEPT ________ .

  A. a bad effect on other industries

  B. a change of tourists’ customs

  C. over - crowdedness of places of interest

  D. pressure on traffic

  59It can be inferred from the text that ________ .

  A. the author doesn’t like tourism developing so fast

  B. local people will benefit from tourist attraction

  C. other parts of a country’s economy won’t benefit from tourism much

  D. we can't build too many support facilities

  60The author thinks it is good for local people to know that tourism will ________ .

  A. waste a lot of money

  B. weaken their economy

  C. help establish their customs

  D. help improve their life

B

  Language learning begins with listening. Children are greatly different in the amount of listening they do before they start speaking, and later starters are often long listeners. Most children will “obey” spoken instructions some time before they can speak, though the word“obey”is hardly exact as a description of the eager and delighted co- operation(合作) usually shown by the child. Before they can speak, many children will also ask questions by gestures and by making questioning noises.

  Any attempt to study the development from the noises babies make to their first spoken words leads to considerable difficulties. It’s agreed that they enjoy making noises, and that during the first few months one or two noises sort themselves out as particular expression like delight, pain, friendliness and so on. But since these can’t be said to show the baby’s intention to communicate, they can hardly be regarded as early forms of language. It is agreed too, that from about three months they play with sounds for enjoyment, and that by six months they are able to add new words to their store. This self - imitation(自我模仿)leads out to deliberate(有意的)imitation of sounds made or words spoken to them by other people. The problem then arises to the point at which one can say that these imitations can be considered as speech.

  It is a problem we need to get our teeth into. The meaning of a word depends on what a particular person means by it in a particular situation and it is clear that what a child means by a word will. change as he gains more experience of the world. Thus the use, at seven months, of“ mama” as a greeting for his mother cannot be dismissed as a meaningless sound simply because he also uses it at another time for his father, his dog, or anything else he likes. Playful and meaningless imitation of what other people say continues after the child has begun to speak for himself. I doubt, however , whether anything is gained when parents take advantage of his ability in an attempt to teach new words.

  61Children who start speaking late ________

  A. may have problems with their listening

  B. probably do not hear enough language spoken around them

  C. usually pay close attention to what they hear

  D. often take a long time in learning to listen properly

  62A baby’s first noises are ________ .

  A. an expression of his moods and feelings

  B. an early form of language

  C. an imitation of the speech of adults

  D. a sign that he means to tell you something

  63The problem of deciding at what point a baby’s imitation can be considered as speech ________ .

  A. is important because words have different meanings for different people

  B. is not especially important because the change takes place gradually

  C. is one that should be ignored(忽略)because children’s use of words is often meaningless

  D. is one that can never be properly understood because the meaning of words changes with age

  64The speaker implies that ________ .

  A. even after they have learnt to speak, children still enjoy imitation

  B. children who are good at imitating learn new words more quickly

  C. children no longer imitate people after they begin to speak

  D. patents can never hope to teach their children new sounds

C

  Inside China Daily

  China, Japan ink fishery accord

  The New China -Japan Fishery Agreement will be put into effect starting June this year, Chinese vice - minister of agriculture, Qi Jingfa told a press conference yesterday in Beijing.

  —Page 2

  Offshore funeral

  The remains of more than 500 dead will be scattered at sea this spring near the mouth of Yangtze River in Shanghai. To save space Shanghai officials discouraged land burials. —Page 3

  The only wise choice

  Co -operation with the mainland for a peaceful reunification should be the only wise choice for the newly elected Taiwan leader.                     —Page 4

  Interest in activity such as fairs, galleries and exhibitions has caused the art market to take shape in China.                              —Page 9

  Two sides of a story.

  The government’s efforts to cut the homework burden of primary and middle school students have drawn mixed reactions.                        —Page 10

  Blind, but not out.

  Yang Jia, an English professor at the Chinese Academy of Science meets the challenges brought by the sudden loss of her eyesight and continues to make it in her work.   —Page 11

  65The above section may possibly appear on ________ of China Daily.

  A. Page 5            B. the Front Page

  C. Page 9            D. the last page

  66From the text we can learn that ________ .

  A. no one will be buried in the ground after they die in Shanghai

  B. Chinese fishermen can go fishing freely in Japan soon

  C. a blind professor can work better

  D. more and more people have begun to do art business

  67When you look through this issue of China Daily, you are sure to find ________ .

  A. how Taiwan’s new leader was made

  B. that people think differently of reducing pupils’ burden

  C. sad stories about students with heavy burden in primary and middle schools

  D. interesting stories of art fairs, galleries and exhibitions of different shapes in China

D

  Most British telephone cards are just plain green, but card collecting is becoming a popular hobby in Britain and collectors even have their own magazine, International Telephone Cards. One reason for their interest is that cards from around the world come in a wide variety of different and often very attractive designs. There are 100, 000 different cards in Japan alone, and there you can put your own design onto a blank card simply by using a photograph or a business card.

  The first telephone cards, produced in 1976, were Italian. Five years later the first British card appeared, and. now you can buy cards in more than a hundred countries. People usually start collecting cards because they are attractive, small and light , and they do not need much space. It is also a cheap hobby for beginners, although for some people it becomes a serious business. In Paris, for example, there is a market where you can buy only telephone cards, and some French cards cost up to 4, 000 pounds. The first Japanese card has a value of about 28, 000 pounds. Most people only see cards with prices like these in their collectors magazine.

  68The text is mainly about ________ .

  A. the history of phone cards

  B. phone card collecting as a hobby

  C. reason for phone card collecting

  D. the great variety of phone cards

  69When did people in Britain begin to use phone cards?

  A. In 1971.           B. In 1975.

  C. In 1976.           D. In 1981.

  70The main mason for most people to collect phone cards is that ________ .

  A. they find the cards beautiful and easy to keep

  B. they like to have something from different countries

  C. they want to make money with cards

  D. they think the cards are convenient to use

  71The writer mentions a market in Paris in order to show that ________

  A. card collecting is popular among young people

  B. French and Japanese cards are the most valuable

  C. people can make money out of card collecting

  D. card collectors magazines are very useful

E

  A sixth of undergraduates in Beijing this year have registered at driving school. The students, mostly from majors such as business management or international trade, will finish their driving courses within 20 days or so.

  Training costs have dropped to 2, 600 yuan for students, according to the Haidian Driving School in Beijing. The price is not really low, but students will accept it, seeing it as an investment (投资)in their future. Familiarity with the operation of computers and fluent English are the basic skills graduating students need to find a job. But a driver’s permit has become another factor (因素).

  “In the job market, owning a driver’s permit sometimes strengthens a graduating student’s competitiveness for a good position, ”says Zhou Yang, an undergraduate at the China University of Political Science and Law.

  Cars will become a necessary part of many people’s lives in the coming years, and it is difficult to get a permit of campus because of the pressures on working people’s time. “Having a fulltime job after graduation offers limited time to learn to drive. We senior students have plenty of spare time, plenty of opportunity to learn. ”Zhou says.

  Xu Jian, an official at the driving school, said undergraduates were very able and serious, and could grasp in an hour what ordinary people took four hours to learn. In this driving school, middle -aged people, young women and college students are the main customers.

  To get a driver’s permit, a beginner is now required to have at least 86 hours’practice before the final road test.

  72________ in Beijing want to learn to drive.

  A. Most of the undergraduates

  B. Many undergraduates

  C. Many students in the driving school

  D. Most of the students who learn business or international trade

  73The undergraduates are learning to drive because ________.

  A. they need this skill to find a good job

  B. they like to drive cars

  C. they will not have any time to learn to drive after they have

  found a full - time job

  D. most of them will be able to buy cars in the future

  74Which of the following is likely to be Xu Jian’s opinion of students learning to drive?

  A. He thought it was better to learn it at college than at work.

  B. He decided it was a waste of money and time to learn to drive.

  C. He agreed that they could learn to drive.

  D. He thought they would spend three times more time to learn to drive than usual.

  75Which of the following can be the best headline for the passage?

  A. Students Pay Less to Learn to Drive Now.

  B. Students Learn to Drive.

  C. It is Better to Learn to Drive at Colleges.

  D. Welcome to the Driving School.

 

吉林高考英语压轴试题卷(共35分)

  第四部分:写作(共两节,满分35分)

 

  第一节 短文改错(共10小题;每小题1分,满分10分)

  此题要求改正所给短文的错误。对标有题号的每一行作出判断:如无错误,在该行右边横线上画一个勾();如有错误(每行只有一个错误),则按下列情况改正:

  该行多一个词:把多余的词用斜线(\)划掉;在该行右边横线上写出该词,并也用斜线划掉;该行缺一个词:在缺词处加一个漏字符号();在该行右边横线上写出该加的词;该行错一个词,在错的词下划一个横线;在该行右边横线上写出改正后的词。注意:原行没有错的不要改。

  A very young new officer was at a railway station.

 

  He Was on his way visit to his mother in another town.

76_______________

  And he wanted to telephone to her the time of his train,

77_______________

  so that she should meet him at the station in her car.

78_______________

  He looked in all his pocket, but found that he did not

79_______________

  have the right money for the phone. So he went out

 

  and looked round for anyone to help him.

80_______________

  At last he stopped an old soldier passed byand

81_______________

  said, “Have you got any change for ten pence?”

 

  “Wait a moment”the soldier says“Let me have a look.”

82_______________

  “Don’t you know what to speak to an officer?”the

83_______________

  officer said angry.“Now start again. Have you got

84_______________

  any change for ten pence?”“No sir, ” the old soldier

answered quickly.

85_______________

 

  第二节 书面表达(满分25分)

  请你根据以下图表和提示写一篇关于我国手机拥有量变化的报道,并阐述手机给人们生活带来的利和弊。

  1.方便,可以随时随地互相联系;

  2.许多功能满足不同要求,如发短信,上网等。

  3.有时接到打错了的电话并为之付费;

  4.电磁中辐射有害健康;

  注意:

  1100字左右

  2.开头已为你写好,不计入总词数

  3.参考词汇:短信——short message

  上网——surf the Internet

  电磁辐射——radiation

  As can be seen from the chart, great changes have been taking place in the ownership of mobile phones.

 

 

 

吉林高考英语压轴试题参考答案

  部分:听力

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  Text 1

  M: Stop for a minute, I want to look at this display in the window.

  W: I see some books are on sale. Let’s go inside and see if we can find something on art.

  Text 2

  W: I want a single room with a bath. What's the rent?

  Mlt’s 6 a day.

  Text 3

  WIf I were you, I wouldn't stay home in such a sunny day.

  MBut I got hurt in a football match last week.

  Text 4

  M: Do you know how old Dick is this year?

  W Well, let me see. I’m 39 and he is 4 years younger.

  Text 5

  W Look, here comes our teacher.

  M: Oh, I've never thought he would gain so much weight when he was abroad.

  Text 6

  W: Hi, Tom. Long time no see.

  M: Hi, When did you return to school?

  W: Yesterday. Did you have a nice holiday.

  M: Yes, can’t be better. Thank you.

  W: Where did you go during the holidays?

  M I went to Scotland.

  W: Did you go there alone?

  M No. I went there with my parents. We traveled around in Scotland. We spent a week in Edinburgh, then we went to St. Andrews.

  W: It’s said that Highlands is a very good place to see. Did you go up there?

  M: No. We stayed at a hotel near Loch Lomond for a few days and came back to London down the west coast.

  W : How was the weather when you were there?

  M: Quite good, and everybody was very kind. People aren’t in quite such a hurry - up there, you know.

  W: Your must have enjoyed your holidays.

  M: Sure.

  Text 7

  M: May I ask for leave tomorrow, Mrs. White?

  W: You’ve already missed far too many lessons this term.

  M: Yes, I know I have. I'm very sorry. You see I have these terrible headaches and...

  W: Headaches? Only last week you said you had troubles with your stomach.

  M: Well... , I have headaches and troubles with my stomach, you see. That’s why I’ve been absent so often.

  W: And you often come to school late as well. Yesterday, for instance, you...

  M: Yes, I’m very sorry about that. You see, my alarm clock didn’t go off and...

  W: Your alarm clock? But you told me yesterday that the bus had broken down.

  M: Oh, did IWell... I suppose I just forgot to say that my alarm clock hadn't gone off, either.

  W: It’s a very complicated story, if you could forgive me saying so. Tell me again now why you want tomorrow off.

  Text 8

  W: Excuse me, I was wondering if you could help me. I’m a new comer here.

  M: Sure. I’ll be very glad to. What do you want to know?

  W: Car you tell me what time school bus leaves for town? I don't have the timetable.

  M: Hmm... Let me see. The first bus leaves at 7: 00 in the morning, the second at 12: 00 at noon and the last at 6: 00 in the afternoon.

  W: Thank you very much. What time do you have now? I want to take the second bus.

  M: 11: 40. You’re got plenty of time.

  W: And could you tell me where I should wait for the bus?

  M: Over there, beside the pool . There is a sign. You can’t miss it. And you can also find the timetable on the sign.

  W: Mary thanks.

  Text 9

  M: What a beautiful new skirt you’re wearing

  W: You really think so?

  M : Of course. When did you buy it?

  W: It was not bought.

  M: Ah? A gift from your parents?

  W: No. I made it myself.

  M: Really? I can’t believe it.

  W: I’m not kidding. It’s Sunday yesterday. I went to do some shopping with my mother. On the way back home, we went into a store where a lot of clothes and cloth are sold. I happened to see this kind of cloth. The colors and designs struck me as suitable for a skirt. And I bought it.

  M : You’re a girl of excellent judgment.

  Text 10

  Running is one of the finest sports activities for any girl or boy. The basic training for any kind of running, whether it is for short or long distances, is simply to run, to cover the miles. Slow running can be done at any time and any place. A boy can run before breakfast, he can run in the dark, or he can run at any time of the day. Nor does he need a special place or any equipment. A person who can run for miles is establishing complete bodily fitness, not merely improving his leg muscles. Running depends on the heart and lungs just as much as on the legs, and so a runner becomes an entirely fit person. This enables him to do well in other sports , too, for nearly all of them depend on the same qualities. Running appeals as much to girls as to boys . It can be done in groups or alone, and it is one kind of physical training that can be carried on to any age.

  第二部分:英语知识运用

  21A where引导状语从句,引导词在从句中作状语。C为定语从句引导词结构,B项搭配有不对,belong to后接名词,而不是副词、介词。

  22C break down表示(车等)坏掉,坍塌;(健康、精神)垮下来;分解,拆散。

  23B while引导从句表示与主句所述内容的对比、对照,别人不愿到山区去,而他毫不犹豫去了。

  24C 用非谓语动词作状语时要注意其逻辑主语与句子主语的一致性,而D项需要连词连接两个句子,因此选Cthough引导状语从句。

  25C 上下文描述的是过去的动作,因此选C我一看见她(就给她了)

  26A collect one’s thouhts表示集中思想collect在此表示集中(思想等),使镇定

  27D what引导表语从句并在从句中作宾语,做好任何事情所需要的

  28A 从答语的有一间总比没有好可知不是很喜欢,但没有更好的时有它也行。

  29D 不亚于我们看过的任何一场比赛。

  30C 到目前为止没有任何人告诉这件事。

  31C noneno+前述名词,此处用none代指no troubleto speak of为固定短语,表示值得一提的,用于否定句。

  32D 此句是get sb.to do sth.have sb.so sth.结构的变化形式。

  33A 与下文的give back(偿还,归还)相对,表示有借无还

  34D 与下文的答语相连,完整结构是从他来之后有半年了

  35C 听到对方玩得高兴,你也为他感到高兴。

  36A求职信上应该言语明确,表达清晰。

  37B信上写明你的能力和工作经历。前面已说明your abilites,此处不选CD

  38C leave out表示遗漏,不遗漏任何重要内容。

  39D keep sth.in mind为固定搭配,表示记住

  40C AB不能修饰人,因此,用be likely do表示可能会……”

  41D if引导假设状语从句,阐述如果求职信不能吸引别人的注意会有什么结果。

  42B 开头几句没有能够吸引到读者的注意

  43D 如果开头几句吸引不了读者,其余部分对方就不会去看了。

  44A 与上文形成对照与呼应,针对雇主的要求而不是针对你的要求

  45A 下文的your advertising是明确的提示,指对方在报上刊的招聘广告。

  46C 此处用make a study与下文的make a survey均表示研究,考虑

  47D 下文说她们为什么喜欢,可见与使用是相联系的,喜欢才会去用,用过才觉得喜欢。

  48A generality表示笼统,说清楚你的需求,不要过于笼统抽象。

  49B apply for表示申请,既然是求职信,当然是为了申请工作

  50D 求职信中应该给对方提供什么信息呢?”provide表示(为……)提供offer表示(愿意)给,不合文意。

  51B 既然是no…has experience,只有刚开始找工作的graduates没有经验,因此选B

  52D 从上下文看,作者说只要你做过的事都可以称为经验/经历。

  53A make a request for sth.的意思是request恳请,要求make的此类用法十分常见,如make an answerreply

  54D 在信内附上一张有地址和邮票的信封,这是个好主意,而不是决定保证等。

  55B 这种情况下雇主与你联系就很方便了,因为回信封已准备好了,地址也写了。

  第三部分:阅读理解

  56D 本文一开始便讲如果没有适当的计划,旅游业会带来的各种问题,可见前文叙述适当计划的好处,以正反两方面来阐述。

  57D 文中提到太多游客来该国inhabitants喜欢的地方,可见它指本国本土的居民。

  58B 本文提到旅游业过于兴旺会带来的各种后果中提到了ACD,但没有说会改变游客的风俗习惯。

  59B 从文中的讲述可以推知,旅游业会使当地人获益。

  60D 本文讲述了旅游业的很多好处,其中之一是advance their wealth and happiness.  

  61D 关键句:later speakers are often long listeners.学说话越迟,孩子听的时间就越长。

  62A 第二段说,刚开始几个月发出的一两个声音表明他们的如高兴,痛苦,友好等expression.  

  63B 第三段从婴儿学说妈妈为例,说明这种模仿是好玩,没有意义,最后说父母教孩子新读音时,孩子们是否学到什么,对此感到怀疑,可见这并不重要,文中又说what a child means by a word会随年龄而变化,因此选B

  64A 文中第三段说,即使孩子能自己说话了,这种模仿还存在。

  65B 显然这一部分是报纸的头版导读。

  66D 关于A项中提到discourageBC内容文中没有提到,但提到人们的兴趣使艺术品市场成形,有显著发展。本小题take shape是解题关键。

  67B 从文中可知,各界对减负看法不一(two sides)。

  68B 全文谈到电话卡的历史,人们为什么喜欢这种收藏,电话卡种类多,这些都是围绕一个中心,即收藏电话卡展开的。

  69D 第二段明确提到,第一张电话卡在1976年,5年后英国也有了。    

  70A 文中说人们喜欢收藏是因为世界各地这些卡种类多,设计好看,小巧轻便,不占地方。

  71C 巴黎这家市场只卖电话卡,有些高达四千英镑,最早的日本卡每张售价28千英镑,因此C是作者提到它的目的。

  72B 本文开头说六分之一的大学生在驾校注册,其中大部分是学商业管理和国际贸易的。

  73A 第三段第一句告诉我们,他们学开车是为了找到好工作,增强自己的竞争力。

  74C Xu Jian大学生能力强,认真,能用一小时学会普通人四个小时所学的东西,可见选C

  75B 全文报道北京的大学生热衷于学驾驶的情况。第四部分:写作

  76way删去,要么用on his way to visit his mother(改了两处),或者on his visit to his mother.

  77.第二个to删去,telephone是及物动词,telephone sb.telephone sb.sth.

  78should改为mightcouldso that引导的目的状语从句中常用canmay.

  79pocket改为pockets,指他所有的口袋

  80anyone改为someone,表示找一个人帮忙anyone表示任何人

  81passed前加whothat引导定语从句,或将passed改为passing.

  82says改为said,通篇描述过去的经历。

  83what改为how表方式,怎么说话

  84angry改为angrily, 由副词作状语。

  85

  书面表达

  As can be seen from the chart, great changes have been taking place in the ownership of mobile phones in China. At the end of 2002, there were 20 million mobile phones. By year 2005, the number will reach up to 30 million.

  People have found mobile phones very convenient. They can get in touch with each other whenever and wherever they like. There are many different functions for different needssuch as sending short messages and surfing the Internet. However, it may also bring us some trouble. For example , you will have to pay for a wrong number, and the radition from the phone may do harm to our health. In spite of this, the number of people having mobile phones is still increasing steadily.

 

 

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