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高考资源网(www.ks5u.com),您身边的高考专家欢迎广大教师踊跃来稿,稿酬丰厚。www.ks5u.com会宁五中20102011学年度第一学期11月份月考试卷英语第一部分英语知识运用共三节满分50分第一节语音知识共5小题每小题1分,满分5分从A、B、C、D四个选项中,找出其划线部分与所给单词划线部分读音相同的选项。1.combA.doubtB.troubleC.clubD.lab2.shoulderA.shouldB.countryC.soulD.through3.secretA.believeB.recentC.separateD.September4.watchA.wantB.waterC.handsomeD.plant5.practicedA.realizedB.watchedC.whisperedD.worried第二节单项填空共15小题每小题1分,满分15分从A、B、C、D四个选项中,选出可以填入空白处的最佳选项。6.Whatabout______supperyesterdayWell,______mostdeliciousoneindeed.A.∕theB.∕aC.thetheD.thea7.Beingdeterminedisakindofqualityandthats______ittakestodoanythingwell.A.whatB.whichC.whereD.how8.Thismethod______inareasnearShanghai______inamarkedriseintotalproduction.A.tryingresultingB.triedresultedC.tryingresultedD.triedresulting9.Youngadults______olderonesaremorelikelytoprefersportsandbecomeenthusiasticsportsfans.A.otherthanB.morethanC.lessthanD.ratherthan10.FinnishPresidentsaidFinlandandChinarelationshadprogressed______withfruitfulcooperationinnewandhightechfields.A.peacefullyB.highlyC.unfortunatelyD.smoothly11.Itisnotrightforyouto______fiftydollarsfrommysalarywithoutanygoodreason.Youshouldgiveitbacktome.A.bringdownB.holdupC.keepbackD.turndown12.Withthefactthathesagooddealyoungerthantherestofus______intoaccountIthinkhehasdoneprettywellindeed.高考资源网(www.ks5u.com),您身边的高考专家欢迎广大教师踊跃来稿,稿酬丰厚。www.ks5u.comA.takingB.totakeC.takenD.tobetaken13.Yearsagowedidntknowthis,butrecentscience______thatpeoplewhodontsleepwellsoongetill.A.showedB.hasshownC.willshowD.isshowing14.Themanwhocaughtabadcoldwas______ofbeinginfectedH1N1andsenttohospital______hedeplaned.A.suspectedbeforeB.suspectedimmediateC.certainthemomentD.suspectedthesecond15.DidyouhaveanytroubleingettinghereNo.______,Iwouldhavetelephonedyou.A.HoweverB.AnyhowC.ThereforeD.Otherwise16.-Amanisaskingtoseeyou.______hecomein-Lethimin.A.MustB.ShallC.WillD.Dare17.Theprogrammewasso______thatthechildrenkepttheireyes______onthescreen.A.excitingfixedB.excitingfixingC.excitedfixedD.excitedfixing18.WhydidntyoutryyourbesttogetonthebusItriedto,but______Icould,itstartedmoving.A.untilB.whenC.beforeD.after19.Never______tohurtyourfeelingswhileIwasexpressingmyselfinthediscussion,explainedJim.A.IexpectedB.expectedIC.hadIexpectedD.didIexpect20.Imgoingdowntown.Comeon.______.A.IllgiveyoualiftB.YourewelcomeC.DontdothatD.Comewithme第三节完形填空共20小题每小题1.5分,满分30分阅读下面短文,从短文后所给的四个选项A、B、C和D中选出可以填入空白处的最佳选项。Mr.Smith,headofHowardsdepartment,neversaidapleasantwordtoanyone.Heneversmiled.Hisfacealways__21__aseriousexpression.Worse__22__,heneverdidhisownwork.__23__,healwaysaskedhissubordinates下属todothejobhe__24__himself.Theclerkswere__25__frightenedbyMrSmiththattheywereafraidto高考资源网(www.ks5u.com),您身边的高考专家欢迎广大教师踊跃来稿,稿酬丰厚。www.ks5u.com__26__toMrWhite,whowasMr.Smithssuperior.EverybodyworkedveryhardwhileMrSmith,whohadnothingtodo,readnewspapersallmorningto__27__.Oneday,Mr.Smithcouldnotfindanimportantpaper.HetoldHowardto__28__thepaperwhich__29__.WhenHowardfailedtogetit,Mr.Smithwasextremelyangry.Thethingshesaidweresohumiliating令人羞耻的thattheotherpeopleintheofficethoughtthatHowardwas__30__toomuchpatiencebyjuststandingthere__31__nothing.NobodynoticedthatMrWhitewaswatchingthewholescene.SuddenlyMr.WhiteaskedMr.Smithintohisoffice.Whentheywere__32__Mr.WhitetoldMr.Smiththathe__33__himforalongtimeandthathethoughtitwouldbebestifMr.Smithleftthecompany.Strugglingunsuccessfullytocontrolhimself,Mr.Smith__34__aloudandlongsigh.Later,Mr.Whitedecidedthatitwould__35__beagoodideatoselectsomeone__36__temperamentwasasdifferentaspossible__37__Mr.Smiths.Howardwassuchapersonandhegotthejob.TellingHowardthegood__38__,Mr.WhiteremarkedthatHowardhadbeenworkinginthatdepartmentforafewyearsand,__39__hadhadample大量的opportunities__40__aboutitsoperation.21.A.putB.showedC.woreD.made22.A.againB.ratherC.alsoD.still23.A.EvenB.InsteadC.ObviouslyD.Only24.A.musthavedoneB.shouldhavedoneC.coulddoD.haddone25.A.veryB.tooC.soD.much26.A.visitB.formC.tellD.talk27.A.studyB.savetimeC.killtimeD.talk28.A.lookintoB.lookforC.lookupD.lookthrough29.A.haddisappearedB.hadbeendisappearedC.wasdisappearingD.wasdisappeared30.A.appearingB.bringingC.showingD.giving31.A.saidB.sayingC.tosayD.andsay32.A.apartB.lonelyC.aloneD.along33.A.hadbeenobservedB.hadbeenobservingC.hadbeenD.hadbeenseeing34.A.madeupB.criedoutC.burstintoD.turnedout高考资源网(www.ks5u.com),您身边的高考专家欢迎广大教师踊跃来稿,稿酬丰厚。www.ks5u.com35.A.certainlyB.neverC.possiblyD.likely36.A.whichB.whoseC.whoD.whos37.A.likeB.inC.fromD.as38.A.storyB.newsC.workD.promise39.A.howeverB.thusC.thereforeD.besides40.A.tolearnB.learningC.todoD.doing第二部分阅读理解共25小题。第一节每小题2分,第二节每小题1分满分45分第一节阅读理解共20小题每小题2分,满分40分阅读下列短文,从每题所给的A、B、C、D四个选项中选出最佳选项。ANEWYORK-OneinfiveUSworkersregularlyattendsafter-workdrinkswithcoworkers,wherethemostcommonmishapsrangefrombadmouthinganotherworkertodrinkingtoomuch,accordingtoastudyreleasedonTuesday.Mostworkersattendso-calledhappyhourstobondwithcolleagues,although15percentgotohearthelatestofficegossipand13percentgobecausetheyfeelnecessary,saidthesurveyconductedforCareerBuilder.com,anonlinejobsite.Astowhathappenswhentheafter-workdrinksflow,16percentreportedbad-mouthingacolleague,10percentsharedasecretaboutacolleagueand8percentsaidtheydranktoomuchandactedunprofessionally.5percentsaidtheyhadsharedasecretaboutthecompany,and4percentconfessedtosingingkaraoke.While21percentofthosewhoattendedsaidhappyhoursweregoodfornetworking,85percentsaidattendinghadnothelpedthemgetclosertosomeonehigheruporgetabetterposition.Anequalnumberofmenandwomensaidtheyattendedhappyhourswithco-workers,withyoungerworkersaged25to34mostlikelyandworkersover55leastlikelytoattend.Overall,21percentofworkersattendhappyhourswithco-workersandofthosenearlyaquartergoatleastonceamonth.ThesurveywasconductedonlinebyHarrisInteractiveonbehalfofCareerBuilder.comamong6987full-timeemployeesbetweenFebruary11andMarch13.HarrisInteractivesaidtheresultshadasamplingerrorofplusorminus1.2percentagepoints.41.HarrisInteractivemadethesurveytofindout______.A.howUSworkersspendtheirafter-worktime高考资源网(www.ks5u.com),您身边的高考专家欢迎广大教师踊跃来稿,稿酬丰厚。www.ks5u.comB.whatUSworkersdoatafter-workdrinksC.therelationshipsbetweenUSworkersD.whoaremostlikelytoattendafter-workdrinks42.______ofworkerswhoattendafter-workdrinksspeakillofacolleague.A.4percentB.8percentC.16percentD.10percent43.Accordingtothepassage,mostofthosesurveyedbelievedattendingafter-workdrinks______.A.benefitedthemalotB.couldprovideinformationC.onlymadethemrelaxedD.wasofnohelptothem44.Wecanlearnfromthetextthat______.A.workersover55dontliketoattendhappyhoursatallB.about75ofworkersgomorethanonceamonthC.10.5ofmaleworkersattendhappyhourswithco-workersD.about700workerssurveyedsharedasecretaboutaco-worker45.Afterthesurvey,itcanbeinferredthat______.A.alltheworkersopposeafter-workdrinksB.theworkersmaychangetheirattitudestowardsafter-workdrinksC.alltheworkerssupportafter-workdrinksD.alltheworkersaresuggestedgoingtoattendafter-workdrinksBStudentPutsSchoolPresidentOneBayAnOhioStateUniversitystudenthasputtheirschoolpresidentontheonlineauction拍卖siteeBay.Biddingstartedatapennyandtheseven-dayauctionhad64bidsfrom19bidderstoppingoutatalmost100million.Skydiver,96,HurtInAttemptToSetRecordInWashington,a96-year-oldmanaimingtobecometheoldestpersontomakeasoloskydiverhadaroughlandingandsufferedadislocatedshoulder,butotherwisesafe.PetsFightInCar,CauseWreckAnAmericanLovellmanwasmovingtohisnewhomewithallhisbelongingspackedintohiscarwhenhispetcatgotloose,foundhispetsnakeandstartedfightinginsidethecar,causinghimtolosecontrolandcrashintoanarrowditch沟.ThievesStealBuilt-InSwimmingPool高考资源网(www.ks5u.com),您身边的高考专家欢迎广大教师踊跃来稿,稿酬丰厚。www.ks5u.comWhenaNorwegianfamilyvisitedtheirmountaincabinovertheweekend,theydiscoveredabigholeintheyardinplaceofthebuilt-inswimmingpoolthathadbeeninstalled20yearsago.ManBurnsDownHomeOverNoGiftsInSouthampton,LongIsland,Wednesday.Aman,angrythathegotnopresentsforChristmas,burneddownhisparentshomeearlyChristmasmorning.46.Accordingtothispassage,whichoftheeventshappenedattheweekendA.Amanspetsfoughtinthecarandcausedacarcrash.B.Anoldmanaimingtosetarecordgothurt.C.Amanburneddownhisparentshomeovernogifts.D.Afamilyfoundtheirswimmingpoolstolen.47.WhichofthefollowingeventshappenedtotheLovellmanA.HewasputontheonlineauctionsiteeBay.B.Hiscarcrashedintoanarrowditch.C.Hisbuilt-inswimmingpoolwasstolen.D.Heburntdownhisparentshome.48.Thepassageismostprobablytakenfrom______.A.asciencemagazineB.aresearchpaperC.apersonaldiaryD.anewspaperCWhenJohnsoncalledagain,themanagerreceivedhimverypolitely.Thatisamostremarkableoilyoubroughtus,MrJohnson,hesaid.Johnsonnoddedhissmooth,darkhead.Thatwassomethingheknewverywell.Iveneverseenanythinglikeit,themanageradmitted.Johnsonnoddedagain.Nohesaidpolitely.Thenheadded,ButIthinkyouwill,sir.Averygreatdealofit.Heappearedtothinkforamoment.Ithinkyouwillfinditwillbeonsaleseven,perhaps,eightyearsfromnow.Hesmiled.Themanagerthoughtthatwasuncertain.Hesaid,Itisbetterthanourfishoils.Iadmitthat.SoIamtold,sir,agreedJohnson.Haveyouanyplanstoproduceityourself,MrJohnsonJohnsonsmiledagain.WouldIbeshowingittoyouifIhadWemightaddsomechemicalstooneofourownfishoils,saidthemanager.Itwouldbeexpensivetodothat,evenifyoucould,Johnsonsaidgently.Besides,headded,Iamtoldthatthisoilwillbemuchcheaperthanyourbestfishoils.Cheaperthananyvegetableoil,infact.高考资源网(www.ks5u.com),您身边的高考专家欢迎广大教师踊跃来稿,稿酬丰厚。www.ks5u.comPerhaps,saidthemanager.Well,Isupposeyouwanttomakeanarrangement,MrJohnson.ShallwediscussitOfcourse,saidJohnson.Therearetwowaysofdealingwithasituationofthissort.Theusualoneistopreventitaltogetheroratleasttodelayitaslongaspossible.Thatis,ofcourse,thebestway.Themanagernodded.Heknewplentyaboutallthat.ButIamsosorryforyou,because,yousee,thatisnotpossiblethistime.Themanagerhadhisdoubts,butallhesaidwasaninquiringasking,OhTheotherway,continuedJohnson,istoproduceyourselfbeforethetroublestarts.49.Themanagerthoughtofaddingchemicalstothefishoiltomakeit______.A.cheaperthanthenewoilB.morequicklyC.moreexpensiveD.asgoodasthenewoil50.Johnsonsnewoilwouldbe______.A.moreexpensivethanfishoil,butbetterB.lessexpensive,andbetterC.lessexpensive,butnotgoodD.moreexpensive,andnotsogood51.Johnsonexpressedhisregretthatthemanager______.A.couldnotstopthenewoilbeingmadeB.wouldneverknowhowtomakeitC.hadspentalotofmoneyonitD.didntknowenoughaboutit52.Johnsonshowedhisnewoiltothemanagerbecausehewanted______.A.toproduceithimselfB.topreventitbeingproducedC.tobepaidnottoproduceitD.themanagertoproduceitDNotallmemoriesaresweet.Somepeoplespendalltheirlivestryingtoforgetbadexperiences.Violenceandtrafficaccidentscanleavepeoplewithterriblephysicalandemotionalscars.Oftentheyrelive重新体验theseexperiencesinnightmares.高考资源网(www.ks5u.com),您身边的高考专家欢迎广大教师踊跃来稿,稿酬丰厚。www.ks5u.comNowAmericanresearchersthinktheyareclosetodevelopingapill,whichwillhelppeopleforgetbadmemories.Thepillisdesignedtobetakenimmediatelyafterafrighteningexperience.Theyhopeitmightreduce,orpossiblyerase抹去,theeffectofpainfulmemories.InNovember,expertstestedadrugonpeopleintheUSandFrance.Thedrugstopsthebodyreleasingchemicalsthatfixmemoriesinthebrain.Sofartheresearchhassuggestedthatonlytheemotionaleffectsofmemoriesmaybereduced,notthatthememoriesareerased.Theresearchhascausedagreatdealofargument.Somethinkitisabadidea,whileotherssupportit.Supporterssayitcouldleadtopillsthatpreventortreatsoldierstroublingmemoriesafterwar.Theysaythattherearemanypeoplewhosufferfromterriblememories.Somememoriescanruinpeopleslives.Theycomebacktoyouwhenyoudontwanttohavetheminadaydreamornightmare.Theyusuallycomewithverypainfulemotions,saidRogerPitman,aprofessorofpsychiatry精神病学atHarvardMedicalSchool.Thiscouldrelievealotofthatsuffering.Butthosewhoareagainsttheresearchsaythatchangingmemoriesisverydangerousbecausememoriesgiveusouridentity特质.Theyalsohelpusallavoidthemistakesofthepast.Allofuscanthinkofbadeventsinourlivesthatwerehorribleatthetimebutmakeuswhoweare.Imnotsurewedwanttowipethosememoriesout,saidRebeccaDresser,amedicalethicist伦理学家.Somepeoplefearthatalthoughthedrugwouldfirstbeusedinonlyveryseriouscases,itwouldbecomemoreandmorecommon.Peoplealwayshavetheabilitytomisusescience,saidJosephLeDoux,aNewYorkUniversitymemoryresearcher.Allwewanttodoishelppeoplehavebettercontrolofmemories.53.WhatsthemainideaofthetextA.Peopleoftensufferfrombadmemories.B.Americanresearchersaretryingtodevelopapill.C.Forgetbadmemories,andbehappy.D.Theresearchhascausedaheatedargument.54.Theunderlinedworditinparagraph4refersto______.A.thenewdrugB.theresearchintothedrugC.thememoryD.thechemicalinthedrug高考资源网(www.ks5u.com),您身边的高考专家欢迎广大教师踊跃来稿,稿酬丰厚。www.ks5u.com55.WhichofthefollowingisnottheopinionofthesupportersA.Thepillcaneraseallthememoriesinthepast.B.Somememoriescanruinpeopleslife.Thepillcanrelieveemotionalsuffering.C.Thepillcanalsohelpmanyothertypesofpeoplewhosufferfromterriblememories.D.Thepillcanpreventortreattroublingmemoriesinsoldiersafterwar.56.Whichofthefollowingisnottheopinionoftheopponents反对者A.Ourmemoriesgiveusouridentity.B.Thememorieshelphumanityavoidmistakesofthepast.C.Thedrugshouldbeusedinonlyveryseriouscases.D.Peoplemaynotbesurewhethertheywanttowipethememoriesout.EWithonlyabout1000pandasleftintheworld,Chinaisdesperatelytryingtoclone克隆theanimalandsavetheendangeredspecies.ThatsamovesimilartowhataTexasAMUniversityresearchershavebeenundertakingforthepastfiveyearsinaprojectcalledNoahsArk.NoahsArkisaimedatcollectingeggs,embryos胚胎,semenandDNAofendangeredanimalsandstoringtheminliquidnitrogen.Ifcertainspeciesshouldbecomeextinct,DrDuaneKraemer,aprofessorinTexasAMsCollegeofVeterinaryMedicine,saystherewouldbeenoughofthebasicbuildingblockstoreintroducethespeciesinthefuture.Itisestimatedthatasmanyas2000speciesofmammals,birds,reptileswillbecomeextinctinover100years.Thepanda,nativeonlytoChina,isindangerofbecomingextinctinthenext25years.Thisweek,ChinesescientistssaidtheygrewanembryobyintroducingcellsfromadeadfemalepandaintotheeggcellsofaJapanesewhiterabbit.Theyarenowtryingtoimplanttheembryointoahostanimal.Theentireprocedurecouldtakefromthreetofiveyearstocomplete.Thenucleartransfer核子移植ofonespeciestoanotherisnoteasy,andthelackofavailablecapableofbeingusedpandaeggscouldbeamajorproblem,Kraemerbelieves.Theywillprobablyhavetodoseveralhundredtransferstoresultinonepregnancyhavingababy.Ittakesalongtimeanditsdifficult,butthiscouldbegroundbreakingscienceifitworks.Theyarecertainlynotputtinganylivepandasatrisk,soitisworththeeffort,addsKraemer,whoisoneoftheleadersoftheProjectatTexasAM,thefirst-everattemptatcloningadog.
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