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2011年高考英语全国卷1.doc

2011年普通高等学校招生全国统一考试全国卷第二部分英语知识运用(共两节,满分45分)第一节单选填空(共15小题,每小题1分,满分15分)例Itisgenerallyconsideredunwisetogiveachildbeorshewants.A.howeverB.whateverC.whicheverD.whenever21.WecouldinviteJohnandBarbaratotheFridaynightparty.Yes,Illgivethemacallrightnow.A.whynotB.WhatforC.whyD.what22.Tryshemight,Suecouldntgetthedooropen.A.ifB.whenC.sinceD.as23.Planingsofaraheadnosensesomanythingwillhavechangedbynextyear.A.madeB.ismakingC.makesD.hasmade24.Iwasntsureifhewasreallyinterestedorifhepolite.A.wasjustbeingB.willjustbeC.hadjustbeenD.wouldjustbe25.Someonewantsyouonthephone.nobodyknowsIamhere.A.AlthoughB.AndC.ButD.So26.Icanthehousebeinguntidy,butIhateitifitsnotclean.A.comeupwithB.putupwithC.turntoD.stickto27.Thenextthinghesawwassmoke_______frombehindthehouse.A.roseB.risingC.toriseD.risen28.Onlywhenhereachedtheteahouse__________itwasthesameplacehedbeeninlastyear.A.herealizedB.hedidrealizeC.realizedheD.didherealized29.WhenAlicecameto,shedidnotknowhowlongshe________there.A.hadbeenlyingB.hasbeenlyingC.waslyingD.haslain30.Theformcannotbesignedbyanyone_______yourself.A.ratherthanB.otherthanC.morethanD.betterthan31.Theprizewillgotothewriter____________storyshowsthemostimagination.A.thatB.whichC.whoseD.what32.They____havearrivedatlunchtimebuttheirfightwasdelayed.A.willB.canC.mustD.should33.Itisgenerallyacceptedthat____boymustlearntostandupandfightlike____.A.aaB.atheC.thetheD.a不填34.Williamfounditincreasinglydifficulttoread,forhiseyesightwasbeginningto____.A.disappearB.fallC.failD.damage35.Artisticpeoplecanbeverydifficultsometimes.Well,youmarriedone.____.A.Younameit.B.Ivegotit.C.Icantagreemore.D.Youshouldknow.第二节完形填空(共20小题每小题1.5分,满分30分)Inourdiscussionwithpeopleonhoweducationcanhelpthemsuccedinlife,awomanrememberedthefirstmeetingofanintroductory36courseabout20yearsago.Theprofessor37thelecturehall,placeduponhisdeskalargejarfilledwithdriedbeans(豆),andinvitedthestudentto38howmanybeansthejarcontained.After39shoutofwildlywrongguessestheprofessorsmiledathin,drysmile,announcedthe40answer,andwentonsaying,youhavejust41animportantlessonaboutscience.ThatisNever42yourownsenses.Twentyyearslater,the43couldguestswhattheprofessorhadinmind.He44himself,perhaps,asinvitinghisstudentstostartanexciting45intoanunknownworldinvisible(无形的)tothe46.whichcanbediscoveredonlythroughscientific47.Buttheseventeenyearoldgirlcouldnotacceptoreven48theinvitation.Shewasjust49tounderstandtheworld.Andshe50thatherfirsthandexperiencecouldbethe51.Theprofessor,however,saidthatitwas52.Hewastakingawayheronly53forknowingandwasprovidingherwithnosubstitute(替代)。Irememberfeelingsmalland54.thewomansays,andIdidtheonlythingIcoulddo.I55thecoursethatafternoon,andIhaventgonenearsciencesince36.A.artB.historyC.scienceD.math37.A.searchedforB.lookedatC.gotthroughD.marchedinto38.A.countB.guessC.reportD.watch39.A.warningB.givingC.turningawayD.listeningto40.A.readyB.possibleC.correctD.difficult41.A.learnedB.preparedC.taughtD.taken42.A.loseB.trustC.sharpenD.show43.A.lecturerB.scientistC.speakerD.woman44.A.describedB.respectedC.sawD.served45.A.voyageB.movementC.changeD.rush46.A.professorB.eyeC.knowledgeD.light47.A.modelB.sensesC.spintD.methods48.A.hearB.makeC.presentD.refuse49.A.suggestingB.beginningC.pretendingD.waiting50.A.believedB.doubtedC.provedD.explained51.A.growthB.strengthC.faithD.truth52.AfirmB.interestingC.wrongD.acceptable53.A.taskB.toolC.successD.connection54.A.cruelB.proudC.frightenedD.brave55.A.droppedB.staredC.passedD.missed第三部分阅读理解(共20小题每小题2分,满分40分)AWhenmilkarrivedonthedoorstepWhenIwasaboygrowingupinNewJerseyinthe1960s,wehadamilkmandeliveringmilktoourdoorstep.HisnamewasMr.Basille.Heworeawhitecapanddroveawhitetrusk.Asa5yearoldboy,Icouldnttakemyeyesoffthecoinchangerfixedtohisbelt.Henaticedthisonedayduringadeliveryandgavemeaquarteoutofhiscoinchanger.Ofcourse,hedeliveredmorethanmilk.Therewascheese,eggsandsoon.Ifweneededtochangeourorded,mymotherwouldpenanotePleaseaddabottleofbuttermilknextdeliveyandplaceitintheboxalongwiththeemptybottles.Andthen,thebuttermilkwouldmagically魔术般appear.Allofthiswasaboutmorethanconvenience.Thereesirtedacloserelationshipbetweenfamiliesandtheirmilkmen.Mr.Basilleevenhadakeytoourhouse,forthosetimeswhenitwassocoldoutsidethatweputtheboxindoors,sothatthemilkwouldntfreeze.AndIrememberMr.Basillefromtimetotimetakingabreakatourkitchentable,havingacupofteaandtellingstoriesabouthisdelivery.Thereissadlynohomemilkdeliverytoday.Bigcompaniesallowedtheproductioncheapermilk,thusmakingitdifficultformilkmentocompete(竞争).Beside,milkisforsaleverywhere,anditmayjustnothavebeenpracticaltohaveadeliveryservice.Recently,anoldmilkboxthecountrysideIsawbroughtbackmychildhoodmemories.Tookithomeandplanteditonthebackporch(门廊).Everysooftenmysonsfriendwillaskedwhatitis.SoIstarttellingstoriesofmybothood,andofmilkmanwhobroughtusfriendshipalongwithhismilk.56.MrBasillegavetheboyaquarterouthiscoinchanger.A.toshowhismagicalpowerB.topayforthedeliveryC.tosatisfvhiscuriosityD.topleasehismother57.WhatcanbeinferredfromthefactthatthemilkmanhadthekeytotheboyshouseA.Hewantedtohaveteathere.B.Hewasarespectableperson.C.Hewastreatedasafamilymember.D.Hewasfullytrustedbythefamily.58.WhydosehomemilkdeliverynolongerexistA.Nobodywantstobeamilkmannow.B.Ithasbeendrivenoutofthemarket.C.Itsserviceisgettingpoor.D.Itisforbiddenbylaw.59.WhydidtheauthorbringbackhomeanoldmilkboxA.Hemissedthegoodolddays.B.Hewantedtotellinterestingstories.C.Heneededitforhismilkbottles.D.Heplantedflowersinit.BThewordadvertisingreferstoanykindofpublicannouncementthatbringsproductsandservicestotheattentionofpeople.Throughouthistory,advertisinghasbeenaneffectivewavtopromote促进thetradingandsellingofgoods.IntheMiddleAges,merchantsemployedtowncrierstothepuvlicmessagesaloudtopromotetheirgoods.Whenprintingwasinventedinthefifteenthcentury,pagesofadvertisementsadscouldbeprintedesasilyandwereeitherhunginpublicplacesorputinbooks.Bytheeadoftheseventeenthcentury,whennewspaperswerebeginningtobereadbymorepeople,printedmaterialsbecameanimportantwaytopromoreproductsandservices.TheLondonGazettewasthefirstnewspapertosetasideaplacejustforadvertising.Thiswassosuccessfulthatbytheendofthecenturyseveralcompaniesstartedbusinessesforthepurposeofmakingnewspaperadsformerchants.Aovernsingspreadquicklythroughouttheeighteenthcentury.Adwriterswerstartingtopaymoreattentiontothedesignoftheadtext.Everything,fromclthestodrinks,wasrromotedwithclevermethodssuchasrcpctitionoftheformsmaneorproductwordsorganizedineye–catchingpatterns,theuseofprettypicteresandexpressionsesaytoremebbe.Neartheendofthenineteenthcentury,companiesmatweredevotedtotheproductionofadscametobeknownasadvertisingagencies广告商.Theagenciesdevelopednewwaystogetpeopletothinkofthemselvesasmembersofagroup.Throughoutthetwentiethcentury,advertisingagenciespromotedconsumerism消费主义asawayoflife.Spreadingthebeliefthat.Peoplecouldbeonlyiftheyboughttherightproducts.60.WhatwasadvertisinglikeintheMiddleAgesA.Merchantswereemployedtopromoteproducts.B.Admessageswereshoutedoutinpublicplaces.C.Productinformationwasincludedinbooks.D.Adsignswereputupintowns.61.WhatdoesthewordThisinParagraph2refertoA.Advertisinginnewspapers.B.Includingpicturesinads.C.Sellinggoodsinmarkerts.D.Workingwithadagencies.62.The18thcenturyadvertisingwasspecialinits.A.growingspendingB.printingmaterialsC.advertisingcompaniesD.attractivedesigns63.WhichofthefollowingmightbethebesttitleforthetextA.TheStoryofAdvertisingB.TheValueofAdvertisingDesignsC.TheRoleofNewspaperAdvertisingD.TheDevelopmentofPrintingforAdvertisingCWhilesmallmaybebeautiful,tallisjustplainuncomfortableitseems,particularlywhenitcomestostayinginhotelsandeatinginrestaurants.TheTallPersonsClubGreatBritainTPCGB,whichwasformedsixmonthsagotocampaign发起运动fortheneedsofthetall.hasturneditsattentiontohotelsandrestaurantsBedsthataretoosmall,showerheadsthataretoolow,andrestauranttableswithhardlyanylegroomallmakelifedifficultforthoseofaboveaverageheightitsays.Butitisnotjusttheextratailwhoseneedsarenotbeingmet.Theaverageheightofthepopulationhasbeenincreasingyetthestandardsizeofbeds,doorways,andchairshasremainedunchangedThebeddingindustrysaysabedshouldbesixincheslargerthanthepersonusingit,soevenakingsizebedat666feetand6inchesisfallingshortfor25%ofmen,whilethestandard63bedcatersfor满足需要lessthanhalfofthemale男性population,saidTPCGBpresidentPhilHeinricy,Sevenfootbedswouldworkfine.Similarly,restauranttablescancausenoendofproblemsSmalltables,whichmeanthelongleggedhavetositafootorsoawayfromthemareenoughtomaketallcustomersgoelsewhereSomehavealreadytakennote,howeverAtQueensMoatHousesCaledonianHotelinEdinburgh.66bedsarenowputinasstandardafterrequestsforlongerbedsfromtallervisitors,particularlyAmericans.64.WhatisthepurposeoftheTPCGBcampaignA.ToprovidebetterservicesB.TorebuildhotelsandrestaurantsC.TodrawpublicattentiontotheneedsofthetallD.Toattractmorepeopletobecomeitsmembers65.WhichofthefollowingmightbeabedofproperlengthaccordingtoPhilHeirtricyA.72.B.7.C.66.D.63.66.WhatmayhappentorestaurantswithsmalltablesA.TheymaylosesomecustomersB.TheymaystartbusinesseselsewhereC.TheyhavetofindeasychairstomatchthetablesD.Theyhavetoprovideenoughspaceforthelonglegged67.WhatchangehasalreadybeenmadeinahotelinEdinburghA.Tallpeoplepaymoreforlargerbeds.B.66bedshavetakentheplaceof63beds.C.SpecialroomsarekeptforAmericans.D.Guestroomsarestandardized.DCassandraFeeleyfindsithardtomanageonherhusbandsincome.Sothisyearshedidsomethingmorethanahobby业余爱好Sheplantedvegetablesinheryard.Forherfirstgarden,Ms.Feeleyhasputin15tomatoplants,andfiverowsofavarietyofvegetables.Thefamilysoldfarmhousehasbecomeachickenhouse,itsresidentsarrivingnextmonth.Lastyear,Ms.RitaGartinkeptasmallgarden.Thisyearshehasmadeitmuchlargerbecause,shesaid,ThecostofeverythingisgoingupandIWaslookingtoloseafewpounds,tooSOitsawinwinsituationallaround.TheyareamongthegrowingnumberofAmericanswho,drivenbyhigherlivingcostsandafallingeconomy经济,havetakenupvegetablegardeningforthefirsttime.Othershaveincreasedthesizeoftheirexistinggardens.Seedcompaniesandgardenshopssaythatnotsincethe1970shastherebeensuchanincreaseininterestingrowingfoodathome.Nowmanygardensacrossthecountryhavebeensoldoutforseveralmonths.InAustin,Tex.,someofthegardenshaveathreeyearwaitinglist.GeorgeC.BallJr.,ownerofacompany,saidsalesofvegetableseedsandplantsareupby40%overlastyear,doubletheaveragegrowthofthelastfiveyears.Mr.BallarguesthatsomeofThereasonshavebeenbuildingforthelastfewyears.Thebigoneisthestrikingriseinthecostoffoodlikebreadandmilk,togetherwiththeincreasesinthepriceoffruitsandvegetables.Foodpriceshaveincreasedbecauseofhigheroilprices.Peoplearenowdrivingless,takingfewervacations,sothereismoretimetogarden.68.WhatdoesthewordresidentsinParagraphlprobablyrefertoA.chickensB.tomatoesC.gardensD.people69.Bysayingawinwinsituationallaround,Ms.Gartinmeansthat________.

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