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一、单项填空

 1. My friend, Jack, likes playing football ______ his sister likes skating.

     A. because              B. while               C. as                D. so

 2. I don’t like to ______ a bathroom with a stranger in the hotel, so I want a room for a single person.

  A. see                 B. share                C. find           D. buy

 3. Is there a room ______ in this hotel?

     A. to allow to smoke                   B. allows smoking 

     C. allowing smoking                 D. allowing to smoke

 4. We are determined to finish the task today, ______  many difficulties we may meet with.

     A. whatever           B. whichever        C. however      D. whenever

 5. Will you join me in ______ a present for her?

     A. buying                 B. buy            C. to buy        D. bought

 6. The ______ for college students of doing a part-time job means more than money and experience.

     A. difference         B. preference    C. significance     D. influence

 7. Even though they have been living ______ for twenty years, the neighbors are not very friendly.

     A. hand in hand    B. side by side   C. foot by foot     D. one by one     

 8. The chairman thought ______ necessary to invite Professor Smith to make a speech at the meeting.

     A. that             B. it              C. this            D. him

 9. I suggest the party the children are looking forward ______ off because of the rain.

     A. to be put                        B. to put              C. to being put           D. to putting

10. The Hastings River was named ______ India’s Governor General, Sir Warren Hastings.

     A. in place of           B. in honor of      C. instead of        D. in case of

11. It ______ all Chinese fans that Li Na defeated world number one and entered the final match.

     A. excited           B. was excited       C. has excited        D. was exciting

12. As the world’s second-largest economy, China will never ______ any other country for the power of the military.

     A. debate for         B. compete for      C. debate with     D. compete against

13. Speaking of all the hot phrases on the Internet in 2010, I think “geili” is the ______ one.

     A. well-known                            B. most-known

     C. best-known                        D. better-known

14. We must consider all these factors as ______ whole and make sure that all potential dangers must be kept under ______ control.

     A. a; the              B. a ; /            C. the; /           D. the; the

15. — The fire is too fierce. I’m afraid we couldn’t escape from here.

     — Try to ______! Rescuers are coming.

     A. hang up           B. hang on          C. hang off      D. hang about

二、完形填空

Many Australians celebrate Chinese New Year, also known as the Spring Festival. It    16    the first day of the New Year in the Chinese calendar (日历).

Like in many countries around the world, Chinese New Year celebrations in Australia    17    many events and activities, such as street festivals featuring arts, dancing, people wearing    18    clothes to welcome the Chinese New Year.

Many Chinese Australian families celebrate Chinese New Year by    19    for a festive meal. The celebrations can    20    about 15 days. It is usually a busy time    21    festive programs.

Chinese New Year is not a nationwide public holiday in Australia.    22   , some Chinese businesses may be    23    on the day to take part in the Chinese New Year festivities (庆典). There may be    24    traffic and some streets may be closed in towns or cities where the celebrations are    25   .

Chinese people    26    came to Australia in large numbers during Australia’s Gold Rush in the 1850s and 1860s. About one third of the    27    were Chinese. Many Chinese Australian families can trace (追溯) their settlement in Australia to that time. A large number of buildings    28    by Chinese settlers serve as reminders of the long    29    of Chinese immigration (移民) to Australia.

Chinese New Year has many symbols and    30   . For example, flowers are an important    31    of New Year decorations. Writings that refer to good luck are often seen in homes and business environments. They are usually    32    with a brush on a diamond-shaped piece of    33    paper.

Envelopes with    34    often come in the color red, as a sign of happiness, good luck, success and good fortune. These envelopes are mainly given as    35    to children.

16. A. takes               B. allows               C. marks                D. offers

17. A. see                B. include             C. call                  D. decide

18. A. colorful                               B. big               C. expensive             D. soft

19. A. taking off             B. working out         C. passing by           D. gathering together

20. A. stay               B. show                C. last                D. wait

21. A. mixed with           B. filled with           C. lost in                 D. made of

22. A. However              B. Therefore           C. Besides                D. Instead

23. A. refused                B. checked              C. closed                D. improved

24. A. usual             B. free                 C. safe                D. heavy

25. A. tried                    B. held                C. accepted               D. changed

26. A. often             B. finally              C. first                D. never

27. A. teachers               B. doctors             C. villagers               D. miners

28. A. developed            B. moved              C. destroyed           D. bought

29. A. passage                B. distance             C. history                      D. film

30. A. opinions               B. ideas                C. directions            D. traditions

31. A. side             B. part                C. rule              D. way

32. A. written                 B. recorded            C. published           D. cleaned

33. A. blue             B. white               C. black             D. red

34. A. food              B. money             C. toys               D. keys

35. A. present                B. suggestions           C. songs                D. lessons

答案

1-15    BBCCA     CBBAB        ADCBB  16-35    CBADC BACDB    CDACD  BADBA  

 南京六合实验高级中学高一英语午练(6.4

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请认真阅读下面短文,并根据所读内容在文章后表格中的空格里填入最恰当的单词。

注意:每空格1个单词。

A trip to New York can be very expensive. A nice hotel in Manhattan can cost as much as $250 or more a night. Staying at a youth hostel (招待所) in New York will cost you about $30 a night. Although it’s a step down from a hotel, remember that you’re just there to sleep. You wouldn’t want to spend all day hanging out in a hotel, anyway. Therefore, if you go on a trip to New York, you can get the most from staying at a hostel there. Here are some tips on how to stay at a youth hostel in New York City.

Find the right one. The two most important factors (因素) in finding the right hostel for yourself is the location and price. Most hostels in New York City are in Manhattan, though there are a few in Brooklyn and Queens. Find a hostel that is not far from a subway stop to save time on traveling. Most hostels in New York range from $20 to $40 a night.

Be prepared for your living arrangements. Read about your hostel before you go. Figure out if there are any security lockers and whether or not you have to bring your own lock. Bring shower shoes, as you will be sharing the bathroom with strangers. Most hostels now have the Internet access. Only bring a laptop computer if you think it’ll fit in the security lockers. If you have room in your luggage, it might be wise to bring your own pillow or blanket.

Bring an optimistic attitude. Don’t go to your hostel thinking it’ll be like a nice hotel. When you get there, you might be a little shocked on how hostels look. You might have to lower your expectations. Remember, you’re just there to sleep. In the end, you get what you pay for.

Get to know your roommates. Take the opportunity to know people from all over the country and the world.

Be as considerate (体贴的) as possible to your roommates. Everyone will most likely be on a different schedule from you, so if someone is taking a nap in the middle of the day, it doesn’t give you an excuse to be loud. If you’re quiet, they will probably return the favor when you sleep.

Staying at a youth hostel in New York City

Why is it right to choose to stay at a hostel?

●It helps you (1)_______ money.

●You stay here just to (2)_______ and won’t hang out.

How to stay at a hostel?

Find the right one.

●Choose a hostel that is (3)_______ to a subway stop.

●Find a hostel whose (4)_______ is between $20 to $40 a night.

(5)____ for your living

arrangements.

●Read about your hostel in (6)_______.

●Bring your own shower shoes, pillow or blanket.

●Bring a laptop computer if you think it’ll be (7)______.

Be (8)_______.

Don’t (9)_______ that the hostel will be nice.

Get to know your roommates from all over the country and the world.

Be considerate.

Don’t make loud (10)_______ when someone is taking a nap.

书面表达

根据下列提示,用英语写一篇短文向China Daily 投稿,报道朱寨中学王伟老师奋不顾身救人的先进事迹。

时间:313日下午

地点:公路边的池塘里

人物:王伟老师、一位老太太和一个小女孩

事件:一辆电动三轮车掉进池塘里,老太太在淤泥里挣扎,小女孩在三轮车封闭的车厢里哭。

注意:

1.词数100左右;

2. 根据提示适当增加内容,使文章通顺;

3. 参考词汇:电动三轮车electric tricycle  淤泥silt  车厢carriage

4. 开头部分已给出,不计入总词数。

On the afternoon of March 13th, Wang Wei, a teacher of Zhuzhai Middle School, was on his way to the town _______________________________

 

答案:

1. save  2. sleep  3. close/near  4. price  5. Prepare  6. advance  7. safe   8. optimistic

9. expect  10. noise

One possible version:

On the afternoon of March 13th, Wang Wei, a teacher of Zhuzhai Middle School, was on his way to the town when suddenly he heard a cry for help from the pool near the road. Sensing that something must have happened, Mr. Wang stopped his car and rushed to the pool. Struggling in the silt was an old lady, beside whom was an electric tricycle with a little girl trapped in its closed carriage, crying. Mr. Wang jumped into the water without taking off his clothes, quickly opened the carriage and carried the girl to safety. Then, with great effort, he pulled the old woman. Finally, the old woman as well as her electric tricycle was pulled up. Being sure that they were not in danger any more, Mr. Wang got into his car and drove away in his wet clothes before they could thank him. “What a kind man!” thought the old woman.

 南京六合实验高级中学高一英语午练(6.9

一.单项选择

1. With everything she needed____________, the lady took a taxi home.

A. bought         B. having bought    C. to be bought   D. to buy

2. With a lot of difficult problems__________, the newly elected president is having a hard time.

A. settled         B. settling         C. to settle       D. being settled

3. I can’t say___________ I miss all of you.

A. that how much                    B. too much

C. how much                       D. that much

4. She bought the house for five thousand yuan three years ago, but now it is worth___________ the amount

A. double more than                  B. more double than

C. more than double                  D. double than more

5. He made a fire_____________ himself up.

A. warm         B. warming       C. to warm     D. warmed

6. ____________ the temperature falling rapidly, we couldn’t go on with the experiment.

A. Because       B. As          C. With        D. For

7. You can make the cake_____________ mixing eggs and flour.

A. in            B. by           C. because     D. with

8. Don’t turn to the dictionary every time you ___________ a word or phrase you don’t know.

A. come up      B. come along     C. come across   D. come in

9. The teacher couldn’t make himself___________ attention to because they were too noisy.

A. pay          B. paid           C. to pay        D. to be paid

10. China Daily is_____________ a newspaper. It helps to improve our English.

A. not only      B. no more than     C. more than     D. less than

11. --I think it’s going to be a big problem.

   --I wonder_____________ we can do about it.

A. if           B. how             C. what         D. that

12. I__________ him, but I don’t_____________ him.

A. believe; believe in                B. believe in; believe

C. believe; believe                   D. trust; believe

13. ___________ students__________ from the countryside.

A. A lot of; comes                  B. Many of; come

C. Many of the; come               D. Much of the; come

14. --You shouldn’t go out with him.

   --____________.

A. Yes, I won’t.    B. No, I will.      C. Why not?     D. No, I do.

15. --What about having a drink?

   --_____________.

 A. Good idea                      B. Help yourself

 C. Go ahead, please                 D. Me, too

二.完形填空

Lydia packed a small suitcase, said good-bye to her mother and hurried out of the house to catch the bus to the station. There was no one else   16   at the bus stop, so it looked as if a bus had just gone   17    . Lydia looked at her watch and frowned (皱眉):it was already two  o'clock. Her train left at two thirty, and since it would take at  18    twenty minutes to get to the station, she did not have much time to spare,   19    a bus came along right away.

   Just then a taxi came    20   the corner and moved slowly toward her. Lydia knew that the fare (费用) )to the station was at least four dollars, which was more than she could___21___ ; but she quickly made up her mind/hat it would be well____22___the extra expense in order to be sure of catching her train. So she___23___the taxi and got in. She told the driver that she had to catch a two-thirty train. He nodded and said that he would take a shortcut(近路)to___24___her to the station in time.

   All went well  25  , just as they were coming out of a side street into the main avenue leading to the station, the taxi   26   a car. There was a loud crash (碰撞声) and Lydia was thrown forward so violently(猛烈)that she   27   her head on the front seat.  28   got out and began shouting at each other. Then Lydia got out and asked them__29__, but neither of them paid any attention to her.

   Lydia was now q/rite sure that she was going to miss her train even though she was not very far from the station. She was wondering what to do   30   a bus came along,   31  in the direction of the station. The bus stop was just at the next corner, so Lydia got her   32  out of the taxi and   33  towards the bus, which had stopped to leave some passengers off.  The bus driver saw her  34 _  for her. Lydia got to the station just in time and   35   to catch her train after all.

16. A. waiting       B. expecting      C. sitting       D. leaving

17. A. away         B. by             C. forward    D. though

18. A. most         B. the earliest     C. least        D. worst

19. A. even if        B. unless        C. though      D. except that

20. A. turning       B. in             C. from       D. to

21. A. cost          B. afford         C. offer       D. spend

22. A. worthy       B. worthwhile     C. worth       D. value

23. A. waved away   B. waved down     C. called for   D. called on

24. A. get          B. arrive          C. reach       D. fetch

25. A. after         B. since          C. until       D. up to now

26. A. ran across    B. ran over        C. ran down    D. ran into

27. A. beat         B. struck          C. hit         D. wounded

28. A. All the drivers                  B. Either of the drivers

C. Two drivers                    D. Both drivers

29. A. to stop arguing                  B. stop to argue

C. to stop and argue                D. to stop driving

30. A. then        B. while           C. when        D. as

31. A. heading     B. headed          C. leading      D. led

32. A. hands       B. feet             C. money       D. suitcase

33. A. walked      B. raced           C. shouted      D. ran

34. A. run and waited                  B. running and waiting

C. running and waited              D. run and waiting

35. A. tried      B. managed         C. succeeded     D. was successful

1—5ACCCC 6-m10CBCBC 11—15CACCA 16—20 ABCAC 21—25BCBAC 26—30DCDAC 31—35ADDCB

 南京六合实验高级中学高一英语午练(6.11

一.单项选择

1. The whole book _________ 12 units, ___________two mainly revisions.

 A. contains; including                   B. includes; containing

 C. contains; containing                  D. includes; including

2. She __________ his number in the phone book to make sure that she had got it right.       

 A. looked up        B. look for         C. picked out          D. picked up

3. --Where is Susan?

  --She is still in the lab. She_________ the experiment since the morning.

 A. is doing         B. has been doing    C. was doing          D. has done

4. --How was your car destroyed?

  --I ran into a big tree.

  --I guess you__________ too fast.

 A. drive           B. had driven       C. were driving         D. drove

5. Since then, the number of people taking driving lessons ___________ 20%.

 A. have increased to                    B. increased by

 C. has increased by                     D. have increased by

6.  The little girl __________ asleep when her mother ___________the housework.

 A. was falling; was doing               B. fell; did

 C. was falling; did                     D. fell; was doing

7. It's very dark here, why not_____________ the light?

 A. turn on         B. turn off         C. turn down           D. to turn up

8. Mary suggested we ____________for the meeting.

  A. would not be late                  B. not late

  C. were not late                     D. not be late

9. You have bad teeth ___________the sugar which you are always eating.

  A. since        B. because of        C. because             D. for

10. Our English teacher often advises us__________ more after class.

A. to practice to speak                B. practicing to speak

C. to practice speaking                D. practicing speaking

11. Mother was worried because little Alice was ill, especially_________ father was away in France.

A. during        B. if               C. unless              D. while

12. It’s difficult____________ a world record and even more difficult to________ it.

A. to set; keep    B. to keep; set       C. keep; set            D. keeping; set

13. A decision must be_____________ immediately about whether to go or to stay.

A. made         B. had             C. kept                D. done

14. --To improve your listening, why not buy a radio?

--____________.

A. That’s a good idea.                B. Don’t tell me to do so.

C. It doesn’t matter.                  D. Why not buy one for yourself?

15. There are a lot of TV sets in the shop. I don’t know____________.

A. to choose what                   B. to choose which one

C. what to choose                   D. which one to choose

二.完形填空

Politeness is fading fast away in Japan.

   Our kids, the Japanese government    16    , have forgotten how to behave(举止). They  can't be bothered with household chores(琐事). If they see someone    17   wronged, they probably   18   the other way.

   Few countries have placed more importance on being well behaved in public   19    Japan. The  20  requests for directions often result in guided tours.   21   shopkeepers are still the rule. Lost wallets usually make their way back   to their __22    .

   But  23  the recent surveys (调查), all  that may be going away. And Japan's government     __24  into something of crisis mode(危机状态).

They found that Japan falls behind   25  nations in teaching youngsters right from    __26  .

It is also reported that Japanese children are less   27   and do far fewer chores than their foreign peers (同龄人) in all ways. But they are better about taking    28   dishes to the kitchen after dinner.

In    29   , Japanese kids are more    30  to color their hair and carry cell phones than their American and Chinese peers, according to__31__surveys.

Older and middle-aged Japanese continue to have a solid  32   of good manners and social justice, said Shinshu University Professor Yoshinao Hirano   33   was chosen to conduct the ministry’s survey.

“Though the awareness of good manners continues among   34    , the breakdown in manners may be    35    ,” he said.

16. A. talked         B. announced     C. broadcast       D. noticed

17. A. is            B. are            C. will be         D. being

18. A. look          B. see            C. notice         D. turn

19. A. in            B. of             C. than           D. out of

20. A. best          B. simplest        C. earliest         D. easiest

21. A. Laughing      B. Running        C. Easy-going     D. Smiling

22. A. owners        B. homes         C. hands          D. banks

23. A. if we read      B. thanks to       C. according to     D. we know

24. A. has been made                   B. has gone       

C. has done                        D. has troubles

25. A. the other       B. the others       C. other          D. others

26. A. bad           B. left            C. little           D. wrong

27. A. helpful        B. happy          C. hopeful         D. excited

28. A. clean          B. small          C. dirty           D. colorful

29. A. all            B. the end         C. least           D. addition

30. A. like           B. likely          C. love           D. lovely

31. A. other          B. any other       C. some          D. another

32. A. sense          B. worry          C. hope          D. step

33. A. he             B. who           C. that           D. she

34. A. children        B. students        C. adults         D. women

35. A. spreading      B. moving         C. going         D. traveling

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26—30DACDB 31—35DACCA

 

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