绝密 ★ 考试结束前
1．Don’t leave your feet______. Have yourself______well.
A.exposing, coveringB.exposing, covered
C.exposed, coveringD.exposed, covered
2. There are many aspects of police work that dogs perform ______ more efficiently than the ______ efforts of men and machine.
A. many, combinedB. many, combining
C. much, combiningD. much, combined
3. No machine yet______ can hear or scent an intruder______distance.
A. being invented, at aB. invented, at some
C. invented, in theD. inventing, at some
4. May I make a suggestion to you?
A. Thank you for your suggestion.B. That’s a bad idea.
C. Go ahead, please. D. Oh, that’s right.
5. The law must be made ______everyone from being hurt .
A. full use of to protectB. the best of protecting
C. advantage of to protectD. good use of protecting
10. 外语阅读应包含六方面要素：社会与文化背景知识；分析与评价技能与策略；自动认字技能；______ 语篇结构知识；超认知的监控阅读的知识与技能。
C. 词汇与语言结构知识D. 分析与综合技能知识
Most newborn babies sleep 17 to 18 hours （11）______ day. By age 10, this has （12）______ to 9 to 10 hours, and it continues to reduce during adolescence. Two-thirds of adults sleep seven to eight hours and one?tenth sleep more than nine. During old （13）______ , sleep decreases to an average of 6.5 hours a night. For the average adult, then, seven or eight hours a night is “normal”. But is it （14）______ ?
Some good sleepers worry that they regularly fall short of the Big Eight. They （15）______ . Two psychologists at a well?known institute have found that （16）______ who naturally sleep less than six hours a night are happier and more active than longer sleepers. They may have more （17）______ and more sociable.
Some people fear insomnia and it effects so strongly that their fears （18）______ their sleeplessness. But what’s the real effect of a few （19）______ hours? Several studies have shown that one rotten night with as little as two hours of sleep doesn’t（20）______ affect
people’s performance the next day.
11. A. one B. par
C. the D. in a
12. A. dropped B. out
C. fallen D. taken down
13. A. days B. time
C. age D. years
14. A. important B. proved
C. necessary D. discovered
15. A. should B. need
C. must D. needn’t
16. A. they B. those
C. these D. still others
17. A. force B. action
C. energyD. interest
18. A. add to B. keep back
C. result from D. bring back
19. A. useless B. lost
C. wasted D. missed
20. A. actual B. rather
C. fairly D. really
The food we eat seems to have a profound effects on our health. Although science has made enormous steps in making food more fit to eat, it has, at the same time, made many foods unfit to eat. Some research has shown that perhaps eighty percent of all human illnesses are related to diet and forty percent of cancer is related to the diet as well, especially cancer of the colon. Different cultures are more prone to contract certain illnesses because of the food that is characteristic in these cultures. That food is related to illnesses is not a new discovery. In 1945, government researchers realized that nitrates and nitrites, commonly used to preserved color in meats, and other food additives caused cancer. Yet, these carcinogenic additives remain in our food, and it becomes more difficult all the time to know which things on the packaging labels of processed food are helpful or harmful. The additives which we eat are not all so direct. Farmers often give penicillin to beef and poultry, and because of this, penicillin has been found in the milk of treated cows. Sometimes similar drugs are administrated to animals not for medical purposes, but for financial reasons. The farmers are simply trying to fatten the animals in order to obtain a higher price on the market. Although the Food and Drug Administration(FDA)has tried repeatedly to control these procedures, the practice continues.
21. How has science done a disservice to mankind?
A. Because of science, disease caused by contaminated food has been virtually eradicated.
B. It has caused a lack of information concerning the value of food.
C. As a result of scientific intervation, some potentially harmful substances have been added to our food.
D. The scientists have preserved the color of meats, but not vegetables.
22. What are nitrates used for?
A. They preserve the flavor in the packaged food.
B. They preserve the color of meats.
C. They are the objects of research
D. They cause the animals to become fatter.
23. The word carcinogenic means most nearly the same as ______ .
A. trouble?makingB. monkey-making
C. color?making D. cancer-causing
24. Which of the following is not true?
A. Drugs are always given to animals for medical reasons.
B. Some of the additives in our food are added to the food itself and some are giving to the living animals.
C. Researchers have known about the potential hazards of food additives for over forty years.
D. Food may cause forty percent of cancer in the world.
25. Which of the following is true?
A. All the additives we eat are direct.
B. All the additives we eat are not direct.
C. None of the additives we eat are direct.
D. Not one of the additives we eat are direct.
Heavy gas leakage from a defective pipe left nine persons dead and at least twenty?six others hospitalized in central Fujieda of Shizuoka Province, south?west of Tokyo, authorities said Monday.
Police said a doctor’s family of five, and four members of a seven?member family died when the gas escaped in heavy volumn from the pipe which had a crack in it.
At least twenty?six persons were taken to a city hospital in Fujieda, some 160 kilometres south?west of Tokyo and three of them were listed in critical condition. The gas leakage began as early as Saturday night, but the local gas company which received telephone calls from alarmed residents didn’t bother to check the suspected pipe immediately, according to a police official.
26. What was the cause of the incident?
A. Careless digging in the street over a gas pipe.
B. A crack in a gas pipe.
C. A gas explosion.
D. Leakage of gas in heavy volumn from the gas station.
27. What were the consequences of the incident?
A. Poisonous gas killed and injured many people.
B. There was a shortage of gas supply in central Fujieda.
C. More than ten people were killed.
D. Both A and B.
28. Who was to blame for the incident, according to the police?
A. The local anthorities.B. A doctor’s family.
C. Some residents in the district.D. The local gas company.
29. What could have been done to avoid the incident?
A. To evacuate all the people from that place.
B. To take immediate measures after the warning call.
C. To send the victims to a better hospital.
D. To warn the local residents of gas poisoning.
30. What lesson can be drawn from the incident?
A. The use of gas should be controlled in a densenly populated district.
B. Employees in the local gas company should be better trained.
C. Defective pipes should be fixed immediately.
D. Both B and C.
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35. treasure［ ］ 36. Said ［ ］ 37. can’t ［ ］
38. teacher ［ ］ 39. White ［ ］ 40.easily ［ ］
41. The structural view sees language as a linguistic system made up of various subsystems from phonological, morphological, lexical, etc. to______ .
42. The functional view sees language as a linguistic system but also as a means for______ things.
43. The key point of conditioning is that you can train an animal to do anything if you follow a certain procedure which has three stages, stimulation, response and______.
44. According to Chomsky, there are a finite number of Grammatical rules in the system and with a knowledge of the rules an ______number of sentences can be produced.
45. ______ learning emphasizes the task rather than the language in learning process.
Being a teenager is a time of major change. Besides the obvious changes in size and shape, teens are faced with how they feel about themselves. Body image and self-esteem are two important ways to help promote a positive image.
When most people think about body image they think about aspects of physical appearance, attractiveness, and beauty. But body image is much more. It is the mental picture a person has of his/her body as well as their thoughts, feelings, judgments, sensations, awareness and behavior. Body image is developed through interactions with people and the social world. It’s our mental picture of ourselves; it’s what allows us to become ourselves.
While we are sitting in our bright classroom, remember there are lots of children in the poor and disaster areas needing our help badly. Summer vacation is coming. Let’s do something to help them.
As students, _______________________________________________________________
June 13, 2013