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词汇与结构---为题目类型
1.Do you think shopping online will______take the place of shopping in stores?
(A)especially
(B)frequently
(C)merely
(D)finally
2.After that, he knew he could______any emergency by doing what he could to the best of his ability.
(A)get away with
(B)get on with
(C)get through
(D)get across
3.—Would she mind playing against her former teammates? —______She is willing to play against any tough players.
(A)I think so.
(B)I'm not surprised.
(C)Of course.
(D)Not likely!
4.______that's important is that you are doing your best and moving in the right direction.
(A)One
(B)All
(C)Everything
(D)Anything
5.—Did you see Peter and Mike? —No, I saw______of them.
(A)neither
(B)either
(C)both
(D)none
6.Elephants would______if men were allowed to shoot as many as they wished.
(A)die down
(B)die out
(C)die away
(D)die off
7.I left my pen on the desk and now it's gone; who______it?
(A)took
(B)has taken
(C)will take
(D)had taken
8.The young lady______nothing but fashions on which she spends a lot.
(A)cares for
(B)applies for
(C)sends for
(D)runs for
9.What he did has______shown his attitude.
(A)as well as
(B)as good as
(C)so well as
(D)so good as
10.We shouldn't______nature, otherwise we will be punished someday.
(A)go off
(B)go against
(C)go over
(D)go through
11.—Jack fell off the bike yesterday, but he is all right now. —What a lucky dog! He______himself badly.
(A)should have injured
(B)might injure
(C)should injure
(D)could have injured
12.—Do you regret paying ten dollars for that book? —No, I would gladly have paid______.
(A)as twice many
(B)twice as many
(C)twice as much
(D)as twice much
13.Tim is in good shape physically______he doesn't get much exercise.
(A)if
(B)even though
(C)unless
(D)as long as
14.I'm tired out. I______all afternoon and I don't seem to have finished anything.
(A)shopped
(B)have shopped
(C)had shopped
(D)have been shopping
15.—May I have a doggie bag? —______, Madam. I'll wrap it up for you.
(A)Go ahead
(B)Come on
(C)My pleasure
(D)No problem
完形填空---为题目类型
One Sunday morning, Millie and Amy went to Sunshine Park. They love to chat there. As usual, they sat【C1】______a big tree. Suddenly, they heard a whistle from the bushes behind the tree. They turned around but could not see anything unusual. They were【C2】______ "Is【C3】______there?" Millie asked. Nobody answered. They【C4】______very carefully and heard the strange noise again. The two girls were very afraid. They ran away quickly. On their way, they met Andy. "What happened?" Andy asked. "There's a ghost in the【C5】______Please help us. " Millie said. "Really? Tell me more. " Andy said. Millie told Andy everything. Andy went to the park, 【C6】______beside the tree and listened carefully. Then he heard【C7】______noise! He looked behind the tree and heard another whisper. He was not sure the sound【C8】______from the bushes. He searched carefully. "Oh! Here it is. " Andy said to himself. He【C9】______a little cat in the bushes. It was very weak. When it miaowed, 【C10】______made a sound like a whisper.
16.【C1】
(A)under
(B)on
(C)behind
(D)in
17.【C2】
(A)excited
(B)frightened
(C)frightening
(D)exciting
18.【C3】
(A)nobody
(B)everybody
(C)anybody
(D)somebody
19.【C4】
(A)saw
(B)looked
(C)heard
(D)listened
20.【C5】
(A)church
(B)school
(C)garden
(D)park
21.【C6】
(A)rose
(B)slept
(C)stood
(D)lay
22.【C7】
(A)a
(B)the
(C)an
(D)other
23.【C8】
(A)came
(B)learned
(C)heard
(D)fell
24.【C9】
(A)smelled
(B)looked
(C)searched
(D)found
25.【C10】
(A)he
(B)she
(C)it
(D)that
I am discovering that many people want, above all else, to live life fully. But sometimes the past prohibits our living and enjoying life to the utmost in the present. A schoolteacher【C11】______his room a few minutes early and【C12】______a mealworm laboriously crawling a-long the floor. It had somehow been【C13】______. The back part of the worm was dead and dried up, but still attached to the【C14】______living part by just a thin thread. As the teacher【C15】______the strange sight of a poor worm【C16】______its dead half across the floor, a little girl ran in and noticed it there. Picking it up, she said, "Oh, Oscar, when are you going to【C17】______that dead part so you can really live?" What a marvelous【C18】______for all of us! When are we going to lose that dead part so we can really live? When are we going to let go of past pain so we can live【C19】______? When are we going to drop the baggage of needless guilt so we can【C20】______life? When are we going to let go of that past resentment so we can know peace? Have you been dragging something that is dead and gone around with you? Are you ready to lose that dead part so you can really live?
27.【C11】
(A)entered
(B)left
(C)rushed
(D)slipped
28.【C12】
(A)saw
(B)searched
(C)noticed
(D)found
29.【C13】
(A)killed
(B)injured
(C)hurt
(D)damaged
30.【C14】
(A)behind
(B)middle
(C)head
(D)front
31.【C15】
(A)studied
(B)researched
(C)took
(D)learned
32.【C16】
(A)pushing
(B)taking
(C)pulling
(D)bringing
33.【C17】
(A)lose
(B)miss
(C)cut
(D)place
34.【C18】
(A)problem
(B)question
(C)doubt
(D)puzzle
35.【C19】
(A)happily
(B)sadly
(C)joyfully
(D)fully
36.【C20】
(A)live
(B)enjoy
(C)experience
(D)treasure
阅读理解---为题目类型
Federal regulators Wednesday approved a plan to create a nationwide emergence alert(警报)system using text messages delivered to cell phones. Text messages have exploded in popularity in recent years, particularly among young people. The wireless industry's trade association, CTIA, estimates(估计)more than 48 billion text messages are sent each month. The plan comes from the Warning Alert and Response Network Act, a 2006 federal law that requires improvement to the nation's emergency alert system. The act tasked the Federal Communications Commission(FCC)with coming up with new ways to alert the public about emergencies. "The ability to deliver accurate and timely warnings and alerts through cell phones and other mobile services is an important next step in our efforts to help ensure that the American public has the information they need to take action to protect themselves and their families before, and during, disasters and other emergencies, " FCC Chairman Kevin Martin said following approval of the plan. Participation in the alert system by carriers telecommunications companies is voluntary, but it has received solid support from the wireless industry. The program would be optional for cell phone users. They also may not be charged for receiving alerts. There would be three different types of messages, according to the rules. The first would be a national alert from the president, likely involving a terrorist attack or natural disaster. The second would involve " approaching threats, " which could include natural disasters like hurricanes or storms or even university shootings. The third would be reserved for child abduction(绑架)emergencies, or so-called Amber Alerts. The service could be in place by 2010.
38.What is the purpose of the approved plan?
(A)To warn people of emergencies via messages.
(B)To popularize the use of cell phones.
(C)To estimate the monthly number of messages.
(D)To promote the wireless industry.
39.The improvement to the present system is in the charge of______.
(A)CTIA
(B)the Warning Alert and Response Network
(C)FCC
(D)federal regulators
40.The carriers participation in the system is determined by______.
(A)the US federal government
(B)mobile phone users
(C)the carriers themselves
(D)the law of the United States
41.Which of the following is TRUE of cell phone users?
(A)They must accept the alert service.
(B)They may enjoy the alert service for free.
(C)They must send the alerts to others.
(D)They may choose the types of messages.
The elephant was lying heavily on its side, fast asleep. A few dogs started barking at it. The elephant woke up in a terrible anger: it chased the dogs into the village where they ran for safety. That didn't stop the elephant. It destroyed a dozen houses and injured several people. The villagers were scared and angry. Then someone suggested calling Parbati, the elephant princess. Parbati Barua's father was a hunter of tigers and an elephant tamer. He taught Parbati to ride an elephant before she could even walk. He also taught her the dangerous art of the elephant round-up—how to catch wild elephants. Parbati hasn't always lived in the jungle. After a happy childhood hunting with her father, she was sent to boarding school in the city. But Parbati never got used to being there and many years later she went back to her old fife. "Life in the city is too dull. Catching elephants is an adventure and the excitement lasts for days after the chase, " she says. But Parbati doesn't catch elephants just for fun. " My work, " she says, " is to rescue man from elephants, and to keep elephants safe from man. " And this is exactly what Parbati has been doing for many years. Increasingly, the Indian elephant is angry: for many years, illegal hunters have attacked it and its home in the jungle has been reduced to small pieces of land. It is now fighting back. Whenever wild elephants enter a tea garden or a village, Parbati is called to guide the animals back to the jungle before they can kill. The work of an elephant tamer also involves love and devotion. A good elephant tamer will spend hours a day singing love songs to a newly captured elephant. " Eventually they grow to love their tamers and never forget them. They are also more loyal than humans. " She said, as she climbed up one of her elephants and sat on the giant, happy animal. An elephant princess indeed!
43.For Parbati, catching elephants is mainly to______.
(A)get long lasting excitement
(B)keep both man and elephants safe
(C)send them back to the jungle
(D)make the angry elephants tame
44.Before Parbati studied in a boarding school, ______.
(A)she spent her time hunting with her father
(B)she learned how to sing love songs
(C)she had already been called an elephant princess
(D)she was taught how to hunt tigers
45.Indian elephants are getting increasingly angry and they revenge because ______.
(A)they are caught and sent for heavy work
(B)illegal hunters capture them and kill them
(C)they are attacked and their land gets limited
(D)dogs often bark at them and chase them
46.The passage starts with an elephant story in order to explain that in India______.
(A)people easily fall victim to elephants' attacks
(B)the man-elephant relationship is getting worse
(C)elephant tamers are in short supply
(D)dogs are as powerful as elephants
More than 10 years ago, it was difficult to buy a tasty pineapple(菠萝). The fruits that made it to the UK were green on the outside and, more often than not, hard with an unpleasant taste within. Then in 1966, the Del Monte Gold pineapple produced in Hawaii first hit our shelves. The new type of pineapple looked more yellowy-gold than green. It was slightly softer on the outside and had a lot of juice inside. But the most important thing about this new type of pineapple was that it was twice as sweet as the hit-and-miss pineapples we had known. In no time, the Del Monte Gold took the market by storm, rapidly becoming the world's best-selling pineapple variety, and delivering natural levels of sweetness in the mouth, up until then only found in tinned pineapple. In nutrition(营养)it was all good news too. This nice tasting pineapple contained four times more vitamin C(维生素C)than the old green variety. Nutritionists said that it was not only full of vitamins, but also good against some diseases. People were understandably eager to be able to buy this wonderful fruit. The new type of pineapple was selling fast, and the Del Monte Gold pineapple rapidly became a fixture in the shopping basket of the healthy eater. Seeing the growing market for its winning pineapple, Del Monte tried to keep market to itself. But other fruit companies developed similar pineapples. Del Monte turned to law for help, but failed. Those companies argued successfully that Del Monte's attempts to keep the golden pineapple for itself were just a way to knock them out the market.
48.We learn from the text that the new type of pineapple is______.
(A)green outside and sweet inside
(B)good-looking outside and soft inside
(C)yellowy-gold outside and hard inside
(D)a little soft outside and sweet inside
49.Why was the new type of pineapple selling well?
(A)Because it was rich in nutrition and tasted nice.
(B)Because it was less sweet and good for health.
(C)Because it was developed by Del Monte.
(D)Because it was used as medicine.
50.The underlined word "fixture" in Paragraph 3 probably refers to something______.
(A)that people enjoy eating
(B)that is always present
(C)that is difficult to get
(D)that people use as a gift
51.We learn from the last paragraph that Del Monte______.
(A)slowed other companies to develop pineapples
(B)succeeded in keeping the pineapple for itself
(C)tried hard to control the pineapple market
(D)planned to help the other companies
1. Why do airplanes take longer to fly west than east? It can take five hours to go west-east from New York(NY)to London but seven hours to travel east-west from London to NY. The reason for the difference is an atmospheric phenomenon known as the jet(喷射)stream. The jet stream is a very high altitude wind which always blows from the west to the east across the Atlantic. The planes moving at a constant air speed thus go faster in the west-east direction when they are moving with the wind than in the opposite direction. 2. What would happen if the gravity on Earth was suddenly turned off? Supposing we could magically turn off gravity. Would buildings and other structures(建筑物)float away? What happened would depend on how strongly the things were attached to the Earth. The Earth is moving at quite a speed, moving at over a thousand miles per hours. If you turn something around your head on a string(细绳), it goes around in a circle until you let go of the string. Then it flies off in a straight line. ' Switching off gravity would be like letting go of the string. Things not attached to the Earth would fly off in a straight line. People in buildings wrould suddenly shoot upwards at a great speed until they hit the ceiling. Most things outside would fly off into space.
53.What information can we get from the first passage?
(A)It is the jet stream that affects how fast airplanes fly.
(B)Planes go slower when they are moving with the wind.
(C)It takes more time to fly from NY to London than from London to NY.
(D)The jet stream always blows from the east to the west across the Atlantic.
54.The underlined word "shoot"in the 2nd passage probably means "______".
(A)send for
(B)move quickly
(C)come out
(D)grow quickly
55.It can be inferred that without gravity______.
(A)buildings and other structures would float away
(B)trees and buildings would not easily fly off
(C)something around your head would not fly away
(D)everything outside buildings would fly off into space
56.Where can we most probably read this text?
(A)In a research paper.
(B)In a short story.
(C)In a travel magazine.
(D)In a student's book.
When you are little, the whole world feels like a big playground. I was living in Conyers, Georgia, the summer it all happened. I was a second grader, but my best friend Stephanie was only in the first grade. Both of our parents were at work and most of the time they let us go our own way. It was a hot afternoon and we decided to have an adventure in Stephanie's basement. As I opened the basement door, before us lay the biggest room, full of amazing things like guns, dolls, and old clothes. I ran downstairs, and spotted a red steel can. It was paint. I looked beyond it and there lay even more paint in bright colors like purple, orange, blue and green. "Stephanie, I just found us a project for the day. Get some paint brushes. We are fixing to paint. " She screamed with excitement as I told her of my secret plans and immediately we got to work. We gathered all the brushes we could find and moved all of our materials to my yard. There on the road in front of my house, we painted bit stripes(条纹)of colors across the pavement(人行道). Stripe by stripe, our colors turned into a beautiful rainbow. It was fantastic! The sun was starting to sink. I saw a car in the distance and jumped up as I recognized the car. It was my mother. I couldn't wait to show her my masterpiece. The car pulled slowly into the driveway and from the look on my mother's face, I could tell that I was in deep trouble. My mother shut the car door and walked towards me. Her eyes glaring, she shouted, "What in the world were you thinking? I understood when you made castles out of leaves, and climbed the neighbors' trees, but this! Come inside right now!" I stood there glaring back at her for a minute, angry because she had insulted(侮辱)my art. " Now go clean it up!" Mother and I began cleaning the road. Tears ran down my cheeks as I saw my beautiful rainbow turn into black cement. Though years have now passed, I still wonder where my rainbow has gone. I wonder if, maybe when I get older, I can find my rainbow and never have to brush it away. I guess we all need sort of rainbow to brighten our lives from time to time and to keep our hopes and dreams colorful.
58.What did the writer want to do when his mother came home?
(A)To introduce Stephanie to her.
(B)To prevent her from seeing his painting.
(C)To put the materials back in the yard.
(D)To show his artwork to her.
59.In his mother's eyes, the writer______.
(A)was a born artist
(B)always caused trouble
(C)was a problem solver
(D)worked very hard
60.The underlined word "rainbow" in the last paragraph refers to______.
(A)the rainbow in the sky
(B)the stripes on the pavement
(C)something imaginative and fun
(D)important lessons learned in childhood
61.It can be learned from the passage that parents should______.
(A)encourage children to paint
(B)value friendship among children
(C)discover the hidden talent in children
(D)protect rather than destroy children's dreams
英汉翻译---为题目类型
63.Only if people of all the countries are united ______(我们才能解决)the existing problems in the world.(solve)
64.______(油漆成)red, the building stands out among the rest and looks very attractive.(paint)
65.______(不会用)a computer makes it more difficult for him to do his academic research.(use)
66.The news______(房价将要下跌)has caused many people to sell their houses at lower prices.(fall)
67.After she completed the project, she'll have______(没什么要担心的).(worry)
68.Mr. Johnson insisted that the problem worthy of attention______(讨论)at the meeting.(discuss)
69.My mother was so proud of all______(我所做的)that she rewarded me with a trip to Beijing.(do)
70.Last night's TV news said that by then the death of the missing people ______(未证实)yet. (prove)
71.It's said that they have swum to the island from the continent, but they ______(不可能做到)because the ocean in between is too wide.(do)
72.______(正如我们强调的那样)many times, "serve the people"is our first policy.(stress)
短文改错---为题目类型
Here is my idea about how a friend is like. Firstly, 【M1】______ a friend is someone you can share your secrets. If you 【M2】______ tell him a secret, never will he talks about it with anybody 【M3】 ______ else. Besides, a friend is always good listener when you 【M4】______ need one. After hear your sad stories, he will say some 【M5】______ words that is nice and warm. Still, your happiness makes 【M6】______ him happily, too. What's more, a good friend is willing to 【M7】______ offer the help to which you need, or can at least give you 【M8】______ some advices. In a word, friends are those you like and 【M9】______ trust, and you will enjoy every minute that you spent with【M10】 ______ them.
73.【M1】
74.【M2】
75.【M3】
76.【M4】
77.【M5】
78.【M6】
79.【M7】
80.【M8】
81.【M9】
82.【M10】
单词拼写---为题目类型
84.The car is running at a______(速度)of eighty kilometers an hour.
85.The teacher is glad that everyone in her class is______(渴望的)to learn.
86.Jeff has the______(习惯)of listening to music while reading.
87.Mr. Whiter has been______(缺席的)from work for days, so he knows nothing about our new plan.
88.He tried to______(解释), but she wouldn't listen.
89.The local government is ______(讨论)how to help the poor in the countryside.
90.When things aren't going well, my parents always______(鼓励)me, telling me not to give up.
91.Miss Harper closed her eyes and______(假装)to be asleep.
92.We sat chatting for a few______(分钟)after finishing our meal.
93.I have been______(深深地)impressed by a number of experiences in her life.
书面表达---为题目类型
94.假如你是一班的班长,名叫于洪。现在因为要举办一个英语晚会,所以想请Miss Katherine来参加这次晚会,并给其介绍在晚会上将有唱歌、游戏等节目。请写一封信向Miss Katherine发出邀请。
教学设计---为题目类型
95.请设计一节课的教案,达到以下目的: 1.学生能够通过组织乐队进行演唱来完成对某些词汇的听说读写; 2.培养学生运用英语的能力。

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