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请问wood和wooden有什么区别?答:wood和wooden有区别:wood---n.木材,木料,木头,木柴wooden-adj“madeofwood木制的【查 ...
请问wood和wooden有什么区别? 答: wood和wooden有区别: wood---n.木材, 木料, 木头, 木柴 wooden-adj “made of wood 木制的 【查看更多】

 

题目列表(包括答案和解析)

 

第三部分:阅读理解(共20小题,每题2分,满分40分)

阅读下列短文,从每题所给的四个选项(A、B、C和D)中,选出最佳选项。

    One winter evening, a storekeeper was going to close up  his shop. Suddenly he saw Seth, a lazy, good – for – nothing fellow grasp a pound of fresh butter and hid it in his hat. No sooner had the storekeeper seen the act than he hit upon exactly the right revenge(报复). He would punish the thief, and satisfy his own appetite for fun.     

Seth had his hat on his head, and the butter in his hat. He was anxious to leave. However, the rightful owner of the butter offered him a cup of hot drink, took him by the shoulders and planted him in a seat close to the stove. The grocer filled in the stove as many sticks of wood as he could. Seth already could feel the butter settling down closer to his hair, so he jumped up, declaring that he must go. “Sit down; don’t be in such a hurry,” replied the grocer, pushing him back into the chair again.      

Streak after streak of the butter came pouring from under the poor man’s hat. The fun-loving grocer kept on putting wood into the stove. Then, as if surprised, he remarked, “You seem to be sweating as if you were warm! Let me put your hat away for you.”     

“No! ” exclaimed poor Seth at last, unable to stand it a moment longer. “ No, I must go; let me out.” A greasy (油腻的) waterfall of butter was now pouring down the poor man’s face and neck, dipping into his clothes, and trickling down his body into his boots. He was bathed in oil from head to toe. Just as Seth rushed out of the door, the grocer said , “ I believe the fun I’ve had out of you is worth the money, so I shan’t charge you for that pound of butter in your hat.”

56.Why did Seth put the butter in his hat?

       A.Because he didn’t want to pay for it.

       B.Because he just wanted to play a trick on the grocer.

       C.Because he wanted to revenge himself on the grocer.

       D.Because he had nowhere to put the butter but in the hat.

57.What is not the action that the grocer took as a revenge?

         A.The grocer offered Seth a cup of hot drink.

         B.The grocer offered to take off Seth’s hat.

         C.The grocer overcharged Seth for the butter.

         D.The grocer forced Seth to take a seat near the stove.

58.What was the purpose of the grocer’s hospitality(热情好客)?

         A.He wanted to be kind to him.

         B.He wanted to sell more of his goods.

         C.He wanted to make friends with Seth

         D.He wanted to take his revenge on Seth by making the butter in his hat melt.

59.What is the best title of the passage?

         A.Great Fun                          B.The Right Revenge

         C.A Fun-loving Grocer                 D.A Foolish Customer

 

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第三部分 阅读理解(共20小题;每小题2分,满分40分)
第一节 阅读下列短文,从每题所给的四个选项(A、B、C和D)中,选出最佳选项,并在答题卡上将该项涂黑。
A
When I was a kid, I always used to wonder how in the world my father work outside in the winter without a coat. It could be minus 20 degrees centigrade and there’d be Dad, removing snow, or perhaps chopping some wood --- his coat thrown aside--- wearing a shirt , a cap, and a pair of gloves.
“Aren’t you cold, Dad?” I’d ask. “No,” Dad would reply. “I’m not cold--- working too hard to be cold.”
Many times I wondered whether my father was an extremely tough man, or whether he was foolish.
One time when I was quite young, perhaps five or so, I went ice fishing with Dad. It was a bright, clear day—and bitterly cold.
After we’d been out on the ice for a little while, my feet started getting cold.
“ Daddy, my feet are cold.” I said.
“Yeah, it’s cold out here today,” he replied.
“Tell you what,” he said. “Walk around. Make some circles in the snow. See how many different patterns you can make. That will get your feet warm.”
Now, I was just a little girl at the time but I remember thinking, “How in the world will walking around in the snow make my feet warm? Dad must be out of mind.
But he was my father, after all. I made circles in the snow. I made squares. Pretty soon I was having so much fun making patterns in the snow. I forgot about my feet being cold.
Now, all these years later, I know, too, from personal experience how my father was able to take his coat off and work outside in the winter wearing just a shirt, a cap and gloves. Because I do it, too. “Aren’t you cold?” my husband asked one winter day. “No,” I replied. “I’m not cold—working too hard to be cold.”
I hope my husband has decided I’m both tough and smart. But I guess quite a bit of the time he thinks I’m foolish.
Wherever Dad is in that great big farm in the sky—I’m sure he can’t help but smile whenever I take my coat off while I’m working outside in the winter.
51. When the author’s feet felt cold, her father advised her to____.
A. go home alone first        B. keep walking in the snow
C. draw pictures in the snow    D. light a fire on the ice
52. Hearing her father’s advice, the author thought her father____.
A. forgettable      B. warm-hearted         C. crazy              D. cruel
53. What might the author’s husband think of her?
A. Tough            B. Smart                    C. Brave             D. Foolish
54. The author’s purpose of writing this passage is to ______.
A. remember her tough and smart father
B. show how her father cared about her
C. describe memories of her childhood
D. explain why her father loved her so much

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第二部分:语言知识及应用(共两节,满分35分)

第一节 完形填空(共10小题;每小题2分,满分20分)

阅读下面短文,掌握其大意,然后从21—30各题所给的A、B、C和D项中,选出最佳选项,并在答题卡上将该项涂黑。

The finest and most sought-after (广受欢迎的) violins were handcrafted by an Italian violin maker over 250 years ago. The man’s name was Antonius Stradivarius. He was born in 1644 and began his career   21   a violin maker’s apprentice (学徒). Working on his own by 1680, he became determined to make  22   that could reproduce tones as rich as those produced by the human voice. He   23   several shapes and styles for his violins until he arrived at a design that pleased him. During his career he crafted 1,100 violins. Those in   24   have become treasured possessions.

Unfortunately, the secret of the Stradivarius violin died with its maker. During his lifetime Stradivarius kept his notes safely   25  , even his two sons, who helped him in his workshop, did not know all the steps involved in each violin’s construction.

Through the years, many experts have offered   26   explanations for the unique tone of a “Strad”. Some say it is due to the violin’s shape. Others suggest that the secret   27   the special properties (特性) of the wood, which Stradivarius obtained from native Italian trees that no longer exist. The most widely accepted explanation is that it is created by the varnish(清漆)that the   28   used to coat his violins. Chemists have analyzed as closely as possible the varnish and have found its   29   has improved the sound of many violins.   30  , no other violin maker has been able to fully reproduce the tone of the Stradivarius’s violins.

21. A.with          B.as            C.for           D.from

22. A.instruments    B.facilities     C.equipment     D.tools

23. A.investigated   B.surveyed     C.tested          D.experimented

24. A.fashion     B.existence        C.possession    D.use

25. A.protected       B.buried       C.hidden        D.covered

26. A.possible    B.accurate      C.detailed        D.persuasive

27. A.brings in    B.takes in      C.results in     D.lies in

28. A.master      B.violinist     C.expert           D.user

29. A.attention     B.application  C.invention     D.foundation

30. A.Additionally  B.Luckily     C.Therefore    D.Still

 

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Peter,Helen,Catherine,Elizabeth和Levin想根据各自在环保方面的兴趣进行案例研究。阅读下面某杂志的专题报道摘要(A、B、C、D、E和F),选出适合他们研究的最佳案例,并在答题纸上将相应选项的标号涂黑。选项中有一项是多余选项。
_____【小题1】Peter: Reducing plastic and other wastes through DIY
_____【小题2】Helen: Making use of the heavy traffic to produce electricity
_____【小题3】Catherine: Building a community without private cars
_____【小题4】Elizabeth: Building houses with recycled materials and energy-efficiency systems
_____【小题5】Levin: Developing a new type of urban car which burns less gas

     A
    B
Vauban
We know cars are terrible polluters, but would you give yours up? Vauban, a community in southwestern Germany, did just that, and its 5,000 citizens are doing fine. Most streets are free of vehicles, and there are generous green spaces and good public-transport links, including fast buses and bicycle paths.  When people must drive, they can turn to car-sharing clubs.  “All the citizens had the chance to plan their own city,” says Andreas Delleke, an energy expert, “and it's just how we wanted it to be.”
Denmark
During the period of gas shortage in the early 70s, Denmark decided to become self-sufficient ( 自足). So they began a few projects making smart investments along the way.
On the island of Samsoe, local families, fishermen and farmers bought wind turbines (涡轮机) to produce their own energy. Within seven years these turbines were completely paid for. And can you believe just one of wind turbines produces enough electricity for 600 households?
     C
     D
Trey Parker and Matt Stone
Trey Parker and Matt Stone, creators of South Park, have built a sustainable castle with outer siding and inner flooring of recycled wood, recycled carpeting, high-efficiency boiler systems.
“I think more and more today, people are willing to make a statement about the Earth and how they want to protect it,” Michael Rath, home designer and builder says. "For high-end homes in this valley, this is entirely consistent with what they cost."
P-NUT
Who doesn't love the name P-NUT—short for Personal-Neo Urban Transport? It's Honda's latest attempt to create a tiny footprint for a new urban vehicle.
This little P-NUT is unique. With a central driving position, the car is designed to move in tight settings. The  11-foot micro car will seat three with two rear-seat passengers behind the driver.
“The P-NUT concept explores the packaging and design potential for a vehicle designed for the city lifestyle,” said  Dave Marek, a Honda design Spokesman.
E
F
Israel Company
Is it possible that annoying rush hour traffic could become a source of renewable energy?
Israel's Technion Institute of Technology claims that if we placed special generators ( 发电机 ) under roads, railways, and runways—we could harvest enough energy to mass-produce electricity. A trial process has been used on a smaller scale, in dance clubs for instance, where the pounding feet of dancers light up the floor.
"We can produce electricity anywhere there is a busy road using energy that normally goes to waste," said Uri Amit, chairman of Israel's Technion Institute  of Technology.
Coffee
Coffee. Some of us can't start our day without it, and we don't mind waiting 10 minutes in line for it.
Here is the most effective tip to make you a superstar in environment protection.
Get a coffee machine for your home or office, or persuade your company into buying one.  (Tell them it will improve productivity. ) Skip the coffee line on the way to work and make something that is better-tasting and much better for your wallet.
Plus, you won't need those plastic cups or carrying cases that just get thrown away. Better yet, use your favorite travel mug.

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第二节:Peter,Helen,Catherine,Elizabeth和Levin想根据各自在环保方面的兴趣(61—65)进行案例研究。阅读下面某杂志的专题报道摘要(A、B、C、D、E和F),选出适合他们研究的最佳案例,并在答题纸上将相应选项的标号涂黑。选项中有一项是多余选项。

61. Peter: Reducing plastic and other wastes through DTY

62. Helen : Making use of the heavy traffic to produce electricity

63. Catherine: Building a community without private cars

64. Elizabeth: Building houses with recycled materials and energy-efficiency systems

65. Levin: Developing a new type of urban car which bums less gas

   

A

B

Vauban

   We know cars are terrible polluters, but would you give yours up? Vauban, a community in southwestem Germany, did just that, and its 5,000 citizens are doing fine. Most streets are free of vehicles, and there are generous green spaces and good public-transport links, including fast buses and bicycle paths.  When,, people must drive, they can turn to car-sharing clubs.  All the citizens had the chance to plan their own city," says Andreas Delleke, an energy expert, "and it's just how we wanted it to be. "

 

Denmark

   During the period of gas shortage in the early, 70s, Denmark decided to become self-sufficient ( 自足). So they began a few projects making smart investments along the way.

   On the island of Samsoe, local families, fishermen and farmers bought wind turbines (涡轮机],) to produce their own energy. Within seven years these turbines were completely paid for. And can you believe just one of wind turbines  produces  enough  electricity  for 600 households?

C

D

Trey Parker and Matt Stone

  Trey Parker and Matt Stone, creators of South Park, have built a sustainable (可持续的) castle with outer siding and inner flooring of recycled wood, recycled carpeting, high-efficiency boiler systems.

  "I think more and more today, people are willing to make a statement about the Earth and how they want to proteet it," Michael Rath, home designer and builder says. "For high-end homes in this valley, this is entirely consistent with what they cost. "

P-NUT

  Who doesn't love the name P-NUT- short for Personal-Neo  Urban  Transport?  It's  Honda's  latest attempt to create a tiny footprint for a new urban vehicle.

  This little P-NUT is unique. With a central driving position, the car is designed to move in tight settings. The l 1-foot micro car will seat three with two rear-seat passengers behind the driver.

  "The P-NUT conce, pt explores the packaging and design potential for a vehicle designed for the city lifestyle,"  said  Dave  Marek,   a  Honda  design Spokesman.

E

F

Israel Company

  Is it possible that annoying rash hour traffic could become a source of renewable energy?

  Israel's Technion Institute of Technology claims that if we placed special generators ( 发电机 ) under roads, railways, and runways -- we could harvest enough energy to mass-produce electricity. A trial process has been used on a smaller scale,  in dance clubs for instance, where the pounding feet of dancers light up the floor.

  "We can produce electricity anywhere there is a busy road using energy that normally goes to waste," said Uri Amit,  chairman  of  Israel's  Technion . Institute  Of Technology.

Coffee

  Coffee. Some of us can't start our day without it, and we don't mind waiting 10 minutes in line for it.

  Here is the most effective tip to make you a superstar in environment protection.

  Get a coffee machine for your home or office, or persuade your company into buying one.  ( Tell them it will improve productivity. ) Skip the coffee line on the way to work and make something that is better-tasting and much better for your wallet.

  Plus, you Won't need those plastic cups or carrying cases that jnst get thrown away.  Better yet, use your favorite travel mug.

                                      

 

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