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词汇与结构---为题目类型
1.On my desk is a photo that my father took of______when I was a baby.
(A)him
(B)his
(C)me
(D)mine
2.Jenny was looking for a seat when, luckily, a man______and left.
(A)took up
(B)got up
(C)shut up
(D)set up
3.Tom was disappointed that most of the guests______when he______at the party.
(A)left; had arrive
(B)left; arrive
(C)had left; had arrive
(D)had left; arrived
4.We were all surprised when he made it clear that he______office soon.
(A)leaves
(B)would leave
(C)left
(D)had left
5.If you have a job, ______yourself to it and finally you'll succeed.
(A)do devote
(B)don't devote
(C)devoting
(D)not devoting
6.—When can we discuss the problem? —______when we can, we must prepare for it right now.
(A)No matter
(B)Even though
(C)As soon as
(D)So that
7.The police still haven't found her, but they're doing all they______.
(A)may
(B)can
(C)must
(D)will
8.I was______and all of my equipment______working well.
(A)in good healthy; was
(B)in a good health; were
(C)in good health; was
(D)in good healthy; were
9.I took my condenser to a shed in the fields______I could do my experiment.
(A)where
(B)which
(C)that
(D)why
10.I had to______because someone else wanted to use the phone.
(A)give up
(B)put up
(C)hang up
(D)ring up
11.______from the top of the tower, the south foot of the mountain is a sea of trees.
(A)Seen
(B)Seeing
(C)Having seen
(D)To see
12.I dont't know______or not.
(A)whether he is at home
(B)if he is at home
(C)that he is at home
(D)whether is he at home
13.His first book______next month is based on a true story.
(A)published
(B)to be published
(C)to publish
(D)being published
14.It is reported that many a new house______at present in the disaster area.
(A)are being built
(B)were being built
(C)was being built
(D)is being built
15.—What a fine day! Shall we go picnicking? —______. But we need to be home before six o'clock for the football match.
(A)Have a nice time
(B)Pardon me
(C)That's great
(D)You are right
完形填空---为题目类型
The requirements for high school graduation have just changed in my community. As a result, all students must【C1】______sixty hours of service learning, 【C2】______they will not receive a diploma. Service learning is academic learning that also helps the community.【C3】______of service learning include cleaning up a polluted river, working in a soup kitchen, or tutoring a student.【C4】______a service experience, students must keep a journal(日志)and then write a【C5】______about what they have learned. Supporters claim that there are many【C6】______of service learning. Perhaps most importantly, students are forced to think【C7】______their own interests and become【C8】______of the needs of others. Students are also able to learn real-life skills that【C9】______responsibility, problem-solving, and working as part of a team.【C10】______, students can explore possible careers【C11】______service learning. For example, if a student wonders what teaching is like, he or she can choose to work in an elementary school classroom a few afternoons each month. 【C12】______there are many benefits, opponents(反对者) 【C13】______problems with the new requirement. First, they【C14】______that the main reason students go to school is to learn core subjects and skills. Because service learning is time-consuming, students spend【C15】______time studying the core subjects. Second, they believe that forcing students to work without【C16】______goes against the law. By requiring service, the school takes away an individual's freedom to choose. In my view, service learning is a great way to【C17】______to the community, learn new skills, and explore different careers.【C18】______, I don't believe you should force people to help others—the【C19】______to help must come from the heart. I think the best【C20】______is one that gives students choices; a student should be able to choose sixty hours of independent study or sixty hours of service. Choice encourages both freedom and responsibility, and as young adults, we must learn to handle both wisely.
16.【C1】
(A)spend
(B)gain
(C)complete
(D)save
17.【C2】
(A)and
(B)or
(C)but
(D)for
18.【C3】
(A)Subjects
(B)Ideas
(C)Procedures
(D)Examples
19.【C4】
(A)With
(B)Before
(C)During
(D)After
20.【C5】
(A)diary
(B)report
(C)note
(D)notice
21.【C6】
(A)courses
(B)benefits
(C)challenges
(D)features
22.【C7】
(A)beyond
(B)about
(C)over
(D)in
23.【C8】
(A)careful
(B)proud
(C)tired
(D)aware
24.【C9】
(A)possess
(B)apply
(C)include
(D)develop
25.【C10】
(A)Gradually
(B)Finally
(C)Luckily
(D)Hopefully
26.【C11】
(A)through
(B)across
(C)of
(D)on
27.【C12】
(A)So
(B)Thus
(C)Since
(D)While
28.【C13】
(A)deal with
(B)look into
(C)point out
(D)take down
29.【C14】
(A)argue
(B)doubt
(C)overlook
(D)admit
30.【C15】
(A)much
(B)full
(C)less
(D)more
31.【C16】
(A)cost
(B)pay
(C)care
(D)praise
32.【C17】
(A)contribute
(B)appeal
(C)attend
(D)belong
33.【C18】
(A)Therefore
(B)Otherwise
(C)Besides
(D)However
34.【C19】
(A)courage
(B)desire
(C)emotion
(D)spirit
35.【C20】
(A)decision
(B)purpose
(C)solution
(D)result
阅读理解---为题目类型
When Mary Moore began her high school in 1951, her mother told her, "Be sure and take a typing course so when this show business thing doesn't work out, you'll have something to rely on. " Mary responded in typical teenage fashion. From that moment on, "the very last thing I ever thought about doing was taking a typing course, " she recalls. The show business thing worked out, of course. In her career, Mary won many awards. Only recently, when she began to write Growing Up Again, did she regret ignoring her mom, " I don't know how to use a computer, " she admits. Unlike her 1995 autobiography, after all, her second book is less about life as an award-winning actress and more about living with diabetes(糖尿病). All the money from the book is intended for the Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation(JDRF), an organization she serves as international chairman. "I felt there was a need for a book like this, " she says. " I didn't want to lecture, but I wanted other diabetics to know that things get better when we're self-controlled and do our part in managing the disease. " But she hasn't always practiced what she teaches. In her book, she describes that awful day, almost 40 years ago, when she received two pieces of life-changing news. First, she had lost the baby she was carrying, and second, tests showed that she had diabetes. In a childlike act, she left the hospital and treated herself to a box of doughnuts(甜甜圈). Years would pass before she realized she had to grow up again and take control of her diabetes, not let it control her. Only then did she kick her three-pack-a-day cigarette habit, overcome her addiction to alcohol, and begin to follow a balanced diet. Although her disease has affected her eyesight and forced her to the sidelines of the dance floor, she refuses to fall into self-pity. "Everybody on earth can ask, why me? about something or other, " she insists. "It doesn't do any good. No one is immune(免疫的)to heartache, pain, and disappointments. Sometimes we can make things better by helping others. I've come to realize the importance of that as I've grown up this second time. I want to speak out and be as helpful as I can be. "
37.Why did Mary feel regretful?
(A)Because she didn't achieve her ambition.
(B)Because she didn't take care of her mother.
(C)Because she didn't complete her high school.
(D)Because she didn't follow her mother's advice.
38.We can know that before 1995 Mary______.
(A)had two books published
(B)received many career awards
(C)knew how to use a computer
(D)supported the JDRF by writing
39.Mary's second book Growing Up Again is mainly about her______.
(A)living with diabetes
(B)successful show business
(C)service for an organization
(D)remembrance of her mother
40.When Mary received the life-changing news, she______.
(A)lost control of herself
(B)began a balanced diet
(C)Med to get a treatment
(D)behaved in an adult way
41.What can we know from the last paragraph?
(A)Mary feels pity for herself.
(B)Mary has recovered from her disease.
(C)Mary wants to help others as much as possible.
(D)Mary determines to go back to the dance floor.
The largest earthquake(magnitude 里氏 9.5)of the 20th century happened on May 22, 1960 off the coast of South Central Chile. It generated(生成)one of the most destructive Pacific-wide tsunamis(海啸). Near the generating are-a, both the earthquake and the tsunami were very much destructive, particularly in the coastal area from Concepcion to the south end of Isla Chiloe. The largest tsunami damage occurred at Isla Chiloe—the coastal area closest to the epicenter(震中). Huge tsunami waves measuring as high as 25 meters arrived within 10 to 15 minutes after the earthquake, killing at least two hundred people, sinking all the boats, and flooding half a kilometer inland. There was large damage and loss of life at Concepcion, Chile's top industrial city. Near the city of Valdivia, the earthquake and following aftershocks generated landslides which killed 18 people. At the port city of Valparaiso, a city of 200, 000, many buildings collapsed. A total of 130, 000 houses were destroyed—one in every three in the earthquake zone and nearly 2, 000, 000 people were left homeless. Total damage losses, including to agriculture and to industry, were estimated(估计)to be over a half billion dollars. The total number of deaths related with both the tsunami and the earthquake was never found accurately for the region. Estimates of deaths reached between 490 to 57, 002 with no distinction(差别)as to how many deaths were caused by the earthquake and how many were caused by the tsunami. However, it is believed that most of the deaths in Chile were caused by the tsunami.
43.Where did the largest tsunami damage occur?
(A)Concepcion.
(B)Isla Chiloe.
(C)Valdivia.
(D)Valparaiso.
44.What can we learn about the tsunami waves generated by the earthquake?
(A)The tsunami waves as high as 25 meters arrived immediately after the earthquake.
(B)The tsunami waves killed 200 people and sank all the boats.
(C)The tsunami waves were very destructive.
(D)The tsunami waves flooded half of the inland.
45.What is generally thought the main cause of deaths in Chile?
(A)Landslides.
(B)The tsunami.
(C)Aftershocks.
(D)The magnitude 9. 5 earthquake.
46.What is the total number of deaths in the earthquake?
(A)2, 000, 000.
(B)Between 490 to 57 , 002.
(C)200, 000.
(D)It was hard to know.
47.What does the underlined word "collapsed" probably mean?
(A)Were destroyed.
(B)Caught fire.
(C)Were flooded.
(D)Sank.
The establishment of the Third Reich influenced events in American history by starting a chain of events which culminated in war between Germany and the United States. The complete destruction of democracy, the persecution of Jews, the war on religion, the cruelty and barbarism of the Nazis, and especially the plans of Germany and her allies, Italy and Japan, for world conquest caused great indignation in this country and brought on fear of another world war. While speaking out against Hitler's atrocities, the American people generally favored isolationist policies and neutrality. The Neutrality Acts of 1935 and 1936 prohibited trade with any belligerents or loans to them. In 1937, the President was empowered to declare an arms embargo in wars between nations at his discretion. American opinion began to change somewhat after President Roosevelt's " quarantine the aggressor" speech at Chicago(1937)in which he severely criticized Hitler's policies. Germany's seizure of Austria and the Munich Pact for the partition of Czechoslovakia(1938)also aroused the American people. The conquest of Czechoslovakia in March, 1939, was another rude awakening to the menace of the Third Reich. In August, 1939, came the shock of the Nazi-Soviet Pact and in September the attack on Poland and the outbreak of European war. The United States attempted to maintain neutrality in spite of sympathy for the democracies arrayed against the Third Reich. The Neutrality Act of 1939 repealed the arms embargo and permitted "cash and carry" exports of arms to belligerent nations. A strong national defense program was begun. A draft act was passed(1940)to strengthen the military services. A Lend Act(1941)authorized the President to sell, exchange, or lend materials to any country deemed necessary by him for the defense of the United States. Help was given to Britain by exchanging certain overage destroyers for the right to establish American bases in British territory in the Western Hemisphere. In August, 1940, President Roosevelt and Prime Minister Churchill met and issued the Atlantic Charter, which proclaimed the kind of a world which should be established after the war. In December, 1941, Japan launched the unprovoked attack on the United States at Pearl Harbor. Immediately thereafter, Germany declared war on the United States.
49.One item occurring before 1937 that the author does not mention in his list of actions that alienated the American public was______.
(A)the burning of the Reichstag
(B)German plans for world conquest
(C)Nazi barbarism
(D)the persecution of religious groups
50.The Lend-Lease Act was designed to______.
(A)help the British
(B)strengthen the national defense of the United States
(C)promote the Atlantic Charter
(D)avenge Pearl Harbor
51.The American Policy during the years 1935—1936 may be described as being______.
(A)watchful
(B)isolationist
(C)peaceful
(D)indifferent
52.The Neutrality Act of 1939______.
(A)permitted the selling of arms to belligerent nations
(B)antagonized Japan
(C)permitted the British to trade only with the Allies
(D)led to the Lend-Lease Act
53.The United States entered the war against Germany______.
(A)because Germany declared war
(B)because Japan was an ally of Germany
(C)after Germany had signed the Nazi-Soviet Pact
(D)after peaceful efforts had failed
We once had a poster competition in our fifth grade art class. "You could win prizes, "our teacher told us as she wrote the poster information on the blackboard. She passed out sheets of construction paper while continuing, " The first prize is ten dollars. You just have to make sure that the words on the blackboard appear somewhere on your poster. " We studied the board critically. Some of us looked with one eye and held up certain colors against the blackboard, rocking the sheets to the fight or left while we conjured up our designs. Others twisted their hair around their fingers or chewed their erasers while deep in thought. We had plans for that ten-dollar grand prize, each and every one of us. I'm going to spend mine on candies, one hopeful would announce, while another practiced looking serious, wise and rich. Everyone in the class made a poster. Some of us used parts of those fancy paper napkins, while others used nothing but colored construction paper. Some of us used big designs, and some of us preferred to gather our art tidily down in one comer of our poster and let the space draw the viewer's attention to it. Some of us would wander past the good students' desks and then return to our own projects with a growing sense of hopelessness. It was yet another grown-up trick of the soil they seemed especially fond of, making all of us believe we had a fair chance, and then always-always-rewarding the same old winners. I believe I drew a sailboat, but I can't say that with any certainty. I made it. I admired it. I determined it to be the very best of all of the posters I had seen, and then I turned it in. Minutes passed. No one came along to give me the grand prize, and then someone distracted me, and I probably never would have thought about that poster again. I was still sitting at my desk, thinking, What poster? When the teacher gave me an envelope with a ten-dollar bill in it and everyone in the class applauded for me.
55.What was the teacher's requirement for the poster?
(A)It must appear in time.
(B)It must be done in class.
(C)It must be done on a construction sheet.
(D)It must include the words on the blackboard.
56.The underlined phrase in paragraph 3 most probably means______.
(A)formed an idea for
(B)made an outline for
(C)made some space for
(D)chose some colors for
57.After the teacher's words, all the students in the class______.
(A)looked very serious
(B)thought they would be rich
(C)began to think about their designs
(D)began to play games
58.After seeing the good students' designs, some students______.
(A)loved their own designs more
(B)thought they had a fair chance
(C)put their own designs in a comer
(D)thought they would not win the prize
59.We can infer from the passage that the author______.
(A)enjoyed grown-up tricks very much
(B)loved poster competitions very much
(C)felt surprised to win the competition
(D)became wise and rich after the competition
书面表达---为题目类型
61.仔细观察下图,请据此以“The Hope Project(希望工程)”为题写一篇文章。 (1)时态:一般现在时。 (2)谋篇布局:讲述一个现象,以事理为线索组织短文。 (3)主题:注意写出论据,说明“希望工程”的重要性。
教学设计---为题目类型
62.请设计一节课的教案,教学目的是让学生学会表达自己观点的某些方法。
简答题---为题目类型
63.简述桑代克的三条主要的学习律。
64.英语教学评价中,如何实现评价主体的多元化和形式的多样化?
65.在实施新课程的过程中,英语教师应如何提高自身的专业化水平,与新课程同步?

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