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21. Roy made two kites, but of them can fly high in the sky.
A. neither B. none C. all D. most
22. —Could you tell me how to improve spoken English?
— Well, just take every chance to practice and don’t be shy.
A. speak B. to speak C. speaking D. spoke
23. — There’re going to a concert in the hall tonight.
—Yes, and the last performance will be given by Wang Fei.
A. have B. give C. play D. be
24. The children not to play with the fire.
A. are told B. tell C. are speaking D. warn
25. —The artist has got much work to do that he hardly has time to help his wife with the housework.
—That’s true. Even on Sundays he is busy with his work.
A. many B. so C. very D. such
26. —Does the child need any help?
—No. He is old enough to himself.
A. put on B. wear C. take care D. dress
27. The accident happened a freezing winter morning.
A. on B. in C. at D. since
28. —? I must find him.
— Sorry. I have no idea. But he was here just now.
A. where Tom was B. where has Tom gone
C. where can I fine Tom D. where Tom is
29. —nice present you’ve bought for her!
—I’m glad you like it.
A. How a B. What a C. How D. What
30. —This is no-smoking zone. Can’t you see the sign?
—Oh, sorry. I it.
A. haven’t seen B. won’t see C. don’t see D. didn’t see
31. I’ll go to the zoo with you I’m free tomorrow.
A. because B. since C. if D. for
32. It’s raining. Remember to an umbrella with you when you go out.
A. take B. borrow C. put D. send
33. We can find many pictures Xu Beihong in the museum.
A. drawing B. drew C. put D. to draw
34. —Must I stay here till you come back?
—No, you A. mustn’t B. can’t C. needn’t D. shouldn’t
35. —Why don’t you want to see the dolphin show?
—I it before.
A. see B. saw C. will see D. have seen
We each have a memory. That's why we can still remember things after a long time. Some people have very good memories and they can easily learn many things by heart, but some people can only remember things when they say or do them again and again. Many of the great men of the world have got surprising memories.
A good memory is a great help in learning languages. Everybody learns his mother language when he is a small child. He hears the sounds, remembers them and then he learns to speak. Some children are living with their parents in foreign countries. They can learn two languages as easily as one because they hear, remember and speak two languages every day. In school it is not so easy to learn a foreign language
because the pupils have so little time for it, and they are busy with other subjects, too.
But your memory will become better and better when you do more and more exercises.
1. Some people can easily learn many things by heart because _______.
A. they always sleep well B. they often eat good foot
C. they read a lot of books D. they have very good memories
2. Everybody learns his mother language _______.
A. at the age of six B. when he is a small child
C. after he goes to school D. when he can read and write
3. Before a child can speak, he must _______.
A. read and write B. make sentences
C. hear and remember the sounds D. think hard
4. In school the pupils can't learn a foreign language easily because _______.
A. they have no good memories B. they have no good teachers
C. they don't like it D. they are busy with other subjects
5. Your memory will become better and better _______.
A. if you have a lot of good food
B. if you do more and more exercises
C. if you do morning exercises every day
D. if you get up early
Thousands of years ago, people only ate food that was grown near their homes. Some kinds of food were only grown in one place, so people from other places didn’t know about them. When Europeans first traveled to Central and South America in the 1500s, they discovered strange kinds of food that they had never seen before. Today, these are grown in a lot of different countries and they’re sold in supermarkets all over the world. They don’t seem strange any more!
Potatoes were first grown in the Andes in South America. In 1586, they were taken to Europe by explorers(探险家). In 1719, they were taken to North America. Before 1719, nobody in North America had ever seen or eaten a potato. Today each American eats more than 60 kilos of potatoes a year.
Tomatoes were also first grown by native(本地的) Americans. When European explorers visited the south of America in 1500, they took tomato seeds(种子) back to Europe. Soon, tomatoes were grown in Europe, but people in England didn’t eat them. At that time, a lot of English people thought that tomatoes were poisonous!
Chilies(辣椒) have been eaten in Central and South America for more than 8,000 years! In the 1500s, chilies were taken to Europe by explorers. Today, they are grown in hot countries all over the world.
1. How many kinds of food are mentioned in the passage?
A. Two. B. Three. C. Four.
2. People in Central and South America have eaten chilies for more than__________ years.
A. 1,500 B. 1,586 C. 8,000
3. The underlined word “poisonous” in the passage means “__________” in Chinese.
A. 有毒的 B. 重要的 C. 辛辣的
4. According to the passage, we know that __________.
A. people only ate food grown near their homes after 1719
B. people in Europe were the first to plant potatoes
C. the European explorers took chilies to Europe in the 1500s2014张店市英语二模试题
5. Which of the following is the best title(标题) for the passage?
A. Traveling to America B. “Strange” Food C. The Earliest Explorers
Each spring brings a new blossom（花朵） of wildflowers in the ditches along the highway I travel daily to work.
There is one particular blue flower that has always caught my eyes. I've noticed that it blooms only in the morning hours, the afternoon sun is too warm for it. Every day for
approximately two weeks, I see those beautiful flowers.
This spring, I started a wildflower garden in our yard. I can look out of the kitchen window while doing the dishes and see the flowers. I've often thought that those lovely blue flowers from the ditches would look great in that bed alongside other wildflowers. Everyday I drove past the flowers thinking, “I'll stop on my way home and dig them.”
“Gee, I don't want to get my good clothes dirty...” Whatever the reason, I never stopped to dig them. My husband even gave me a folding shovel one year for my trunk to be used for that expressed purpose.
One day on my way home from work, I was saddened to see that the highway department had mowed (修剪)the ditches and the pretty blue flowers were gone. I thought to myself, “Way to go, you waited too long. You should have done it when you first saw them blooming this spring.”
A week ago we were shocked and saddened to learn that my oldest sister-in-law has a
terminal brain tumor（肿瘤）. She is 20 years older than my husband and unfortunately, because of age and distance, we haven’t been as close as we all would have liked. I couldn’t help but see the connection between the pretty blue flowers and the relationship between my husband's sister and us. I do believe that God has given us some time left to plant some wonderful memories that will bloom every year for us.
And yes, if I see the blue flowers again, you can bet I'll stop and transplant them to my wildflower garden.
54. When does the blue flower bloom?
A. Only in the morning B. Only in the afternoon
C. Only in the winter D. Every day
55. What did the writer feel when she found the flowers gone?
A. She felt sad for the flowers.
B. She was angry with the highway department
C. She thought that’s the way they should go
D. She felt sorry for not taking them home
56. Why was the writer so sad at her sister-in-law’s illness according to the reading?
A. Because the doctor couldn’t save her life.
B. Because her sister-in-law was nor old enough
C. Because she didn’t visit her sister-in-law as often as possible
D. Because she loved her sister-in-law very much
57. What’s the best title of the reading?
A. Don’t wait too long
B. Never miss the chance
C. Move wild flowers as early as possible
D. The relationship between flowers and relatives
Cui Xiaofei just graduated from Jilin University. She offered to go to Guangxi as a volunteer. Cui, one of this year’s college graduates in China, volunteered to work in the western rural area for one or two years. “What we can do for the people living in poor areas is limited, but we can give them hope,” she said. “I do hope that more college graduates will join us and more children can afford to study at school.”
More graduates will volunteer to work in the west of China, in fields such as education, health, agricultural science and so on. After their volunteer terms, graduates will be free to choose
whether to continue to work in the west or look for jobs in other places. A graduate named Wang Jun from Changchun Polytechnic University said that the program provided more choices for college graduates who were looking for jobs. Cui Xiaofei will return to Jilin University for the post-graduate study after volunteering.
58. How long will Cui Xiaofei stay in the west of China?
A. A year or two. B. Two or three years. C. For ever. D. Two years.
59. Which of the following is NOT true according to this passage?
A. Cui Xiaofei is a university graduate.
B. Wang Jun is Cui Xiaofei’s classmate.
C. Wang Jun thinks that the program has advantages.
D. Cui Xiaofei can give western rural people hope.
60. What does the underlined word “limited” mean?
A. 足够的 B. 不周到的 C. 有限的 D. 无限的
a book from the library last week.
unless you eat less food and exercise more.
69. Excuse me, what’ of the new player?
the price their own that the car is much more important to people. Ont the one hand it is not only convenient but also can help people much time.On weekdays, they can go to the work in their cars. It is very easy for people to go to someplace they On weekends, they can take trips in their cars or to visit their friends. On the Nowadays there are more and more car clubs for people to It is an organization where many cars owners join. It’s interesting for people to be in the car clubs. They The members can go out for trips together in their own cars. It’car clubs even have their own logos(标志). The members can show them on their own cars. The logos are cool!
73. 74. 75.
78. 79. 80.2014张店市英语二模试题
There are more and more people and more and more cars.
Traffic is a big problem in many cities around the world. Traffic is especially bad during rush hour－the time when people go to work or school and the time when they go home.
Many people take buses, subways, or trains to work, but many other people drive their cars.
Many cities are trying to reduce the number of cars on their roads. Some
carpool(合伙使用汽车) lanes－with license plate numbers ending in 0 through 4 drive on some days, and people with numbers ending in 5 through 9 drive on other days.
Every day around the world, more and more people drive to and from work in more and more cars. As a result, traffic is a global problem.
81. Why are the streets and the traffic very busy?
82. Is traffic a global problem?
83. 84. （三）请给短文拟一个适当的标题
1．The new president has been doing everything he can, with or without Congress, opportunity for more people．
A．to expand B．expanding C．expanded D．expand
2．—Doctor, need I go on taking medicine?
—No． You've fully recovered, _ I said you would．
A．though ; B．because C．if D．as
3．—Has Mr．Gilbert completed the report?
—I don't know． But I saw he it．
A． wrote B． has been writing C． was writing D． had written
4．Knowing his classmates who have gone to college are all successful, he wishes he harder at school．
A．worked ' B．had worked C．has worked D．works
5．—How are you prepared for the new project?
A． is remained to buy B． are remained to buy
C． remains to be bought D． remain to be bought
A．that B．which C．whom D．whose
A．what B．that C．why D．whether
8．—Our family are going to Hawaii for a holiday．
— ．Its beach is very attractive．
A． You're crazy B．It's all right C． You're lucky D．Ws surprising
9．There great need for clean water where the river has been polluted．
A．不填; the B．a；the C．不填；a D．a；a
10．I can't remember when you．told me the story but I clearly remember where it was
you told me．
A． when B．what C．if D．that2014张店市英语二模试题
Seven million people died as a result of air pollution in 2012, the World Health Organization estimates．2014张店市英语二模试题
between air pollution and heart disease, respiratory （呼吸）problems and cancer．
it "the world’s largest single environmental health risk", the WHO said．
million of the deaths had been in South East Asia and the WHO's Western Pacific region, it found．