五 总体安排。 第一轮复习：
第一阶段 暑假时期的语法复习阶段（ 8月1日-9月10日）：
第I卷 2013.03 第一部分 听力(共两节，满分30分)
1. What do we know about the man?
A. He isn’t worried about anything at all.
B. He wants to find someone else to talk to.
C. He doesn’t want the woman to know what concerns him.
2. How does the man feel now?
A. Worried and angry. B. Excited and happy. C. Sad and shocked.
3. What does the woman want the man to do in the end?
A. Stop surfing the Internet as soon as possible.
B. Go to Lucy’s birthday party with her.
C. Choose a birthday gift for Lucy carefully.
4. What did the woman do three hours ago?
A. She called the apartment manager.
B. She broke the tap.
C. She checked the tap.
5. Where does the woman live now?
A. In an expensive apartment.
B. In a quiet neighborhood.
C. In a remote cottage.
6. Who is the woman most probably?
A. Dr. Peterson’s student.
B. Dr. Peterson’s secretary.
C. Dr. Peterson’s neighbor.
7. How far does the man live from Dr. Peterson’s office?
A. Half an hour’s drive away.
B. One hour’s drive away.
C. Half an hour’s walk away.
8. What ticket does the man buy?
A. Economy class. B. First class. C. Business class.
9. When does the man’s plane take off?
A. At 20:45 B. At 21: 35 C. At 23:30 听第8段材料，回答第10至12题。
10. What upsets Lin Hong?
A. She failed the English exam once again.
B. She was scolded by her English teacher.
C. She failed to get an A in the English exam.
11. Where did the man see Lin Hong memorize new words or recite English texts?
A. In the reading room. B. In the classroom. C. In her house.
12. What has Mary been teaching Li Feng on English?
A. Composition. B. Grammar. C. Speaking.
13. What does the man like doing?
A. Spending time with his kids.
B. Walking in the park with his family.
C. Picking up his kids after school.
14. What is something special in the woman’s mind?
A. Planning for every weekend.
B. Picnicking in the park.
C. Traveling abroad.
15. Why does the man never give his kids expensive presents?
A. He can’t afford them.
B. He doesn’t think it’s a good idea.
C. He wants to save money for an emergency.
16. Who is Lisa?
A. The man’s daughter.
B. The woman’s daughter.
C. A friend of the woman’s daughter.
17.Where was Tony Martin when he died?
A. In a movie studio. B. In the hospital. C. At home.
18. When will flowers be placed at Tony’s star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame?
A. On Monday. B. On Friday. C. On Sunday.
19. Which of the following songs was released in 1956?
A. There’s No Tomorrow. B. Stranger in Paradise. C. Walk Hand in Hand.
20. What do we know about Tony Martin?
A. He was most famous in the 1960s.
B. He had a long marriage to Cyd Charisse.
C. He continued performing into his 80s.
第二部分 英语知识运用 （共两节，满分45分）
21.----- I’m sorry. That wasn’t of much help.
------Oh, _____. As a matter of fact, it was most helpful.
A. thanks anyway B. it doesn’t matter C. of course not D. sure it was
22. ___ person like him won’t be satisfied with ___ little progress that he has made.
A. The; a B. The ; / C. A ; / D. A; the
23. -----Good evening. I ____ to see Mr. Smith.
----- Oh! Good evening. I’m sorry, but he is not in.
A. came B. come C. have come D. had come
24. Whether the buildings in this area should be pulled down has remained_______; people are still looking for other possible solutions.
A. contradictory B. controversial C. conventional D. relevant
25.____ you ___ fired, your health care and other benefits would not be immediately cut off.
A. Should; be B. Would; been C. Could; be D. Might; be
26. Please make any excuse at tomorrow’s meeting---- I’ve got too much work ___.
A. to do to come B. doing coming
C. to do coming D. doing to come
27. Nowadays some hospitals refer to patients ______ name, not case number.
A. of B. as C. by D. with
28. We are going to have to work very hard, but as Chris ______ it, there’s no gain without pain.
A. gave B. told C. got D. put
29. Keep in mind_____ you want others to respect you, you must respect others first.
A. if that B. when if C. that D. that if
30. On my desk is a photo that my father took of ___ when I was a baby.
A. him B. me C. his D. mine
31.It’s reported that many wars broke out in the Middle East. What’s your____ of the situation there?
A. allowance B. appointment C. assessment D. adjustment
32. In this technological era________ once took a century now only takes a month.
A. which B. that C. when D. what
33. It’s already 10 o’clock. I wonder how it ____ that she was two hours late on such a short trip.
A. came over B. came out C. came about D. came up
34. Among the winners ________ father was seriously ill in hospital.
A. stands little Tom who B. stood little Tom whom
C. little Tom stands whose D. stood little Tom whose
35. Why don’t you bring ____ to his attention that you’re too ill to work on?
A. that B. it C. this D. hi
第二节 完形填空 （共20小题；每小题1.5分，满分30分）
Another person’s enthusiasm was what set me moving toward the success I have achieved. That person was my stepmother.
I was nine years old when she entered our home in rural Virginia. My father__36__me to her with these words: “I would like you to meet the fellow who is___37__for being the worst boy in this county and will probably start throwing rocks at you no ___38__ than tomorrow morning.”
My stepmother walked over to me, ___39___ my head slightly upward, and looked me right in the eye. Then she looked at my father and replied, “You are
___40__.This is not the worst boy at all, ___41__ the smartest one who hasn’t yet found an outlet（释放的途径）for his enthusiasm.”
That statement began a(n) ___42__ between us. No one had ever called me smart. My family and neighbors had built me up in my __43__ as a bad boy. My stepmother changed all that.
She changed many things. She ___44___ my father to go to a dental school, from which he graduated with honors. She moved our family into the county seat, where my father’s career could be more ___45____ and my brother and I could be better___46___.
When I turned fourteen, she bought me a secondhand___47___ and told me that she believed that I could become a writer. I knew her enthusiasm；I___48__it, and I saw how it had already improved our lives. I accepted her ___49__ and began to write for local newspapers. I was doing the same kind of___50___ that great day I went to interview Andrew Carnegie and received the task which became my life’s work later. I wasn’t the ___51___ beneficiary. My father became the __52___ man in town. My brother and stepbrothers became a physician, a dentist, a lawyer, and a college president.
What power __53___has! When that power is released to support the certainty of one’s purpose and is ___54__ strengthened by faith, it becomes an irresistible（不可抗拒的）force which poverty and temporary defeat can never ___55___ .
You can communicate that power to anyone who needs it. This is probably the greatest work you can do with your enthusiasm.
36. A. rushed B. sent C. introduced D. carried
37. A. favored B. distinguished C. opposed D. mild
38. A. sooner B. earlier C. longer D. later
39. A. raised B. shook C. dragged D. bent
40. A. absolute B. wrong C. right D. impolite
41. A. so B. but C. and D. or
42. A. relationship B. friendship C. agreement D. gap
43. A. mind B. image C. expectation D. emotion
44. A. persuaded B. begged C. ordered D. appealed
45. A. meaningful B. successful C. helpful D. useful
46. A. treated B. entertained C. respected D. educated
47. A. typewriter B. radio C. microscope D. counter
48. A. considered B. suspected C. appreciated D. ignored
49. A. commitment B. request C. criticism D. belief
50. A. teaching B. studying C. writing D. reading
51. A. next B. same C. real D. only
52. A. wealthiest B. cleverest C. strongest D. healthiest
53. A. sympathy B. enthusiasm C. fortune D. confidence
54. A. deliberately B. constantly C. traditionally D. eventually
55. A. win B. reach C. match D. doubt 第三部分 阅读理解(共两节，满分40分)
The American composer and conductor Marvin Hamlisch, who composed the music for great films and Broadway musicals, has died.
Hamlisch's music touched lives around the world and won him three Oscars, four Grammys, four Emmys, a Tony, and three Golden Globe Awards. He won multiple awards for his score of the ground-breaking show A Chorus Line. That musical also won a Pulitzer Prize. He worked with a number of American stars, including Barbra Streisand and Aretha Franklin.He composed more than 40 motion picture scores, including the Oscar-winning score and song for The Way We Were and his adaptation of Scott Joplin’s ragtime music for The Sting, which provided his third Oscar.
One of his last performances was on July 13, at the Wolf Trap National Park for the Performing Arts center outside Washington. Hamlisch performed with Broadway singer Melissa Errico, in an evening of George Gershwin tunes. Errico said she cherished the experience.
“It was the greatest artistic experiences of my life, not to mention the amount of laughter we got out of the audience, but to be super silly doing a serious job with
music. That’s Marvin. He likes to have a good time and do incredible music,” she said. Hamlisch was the principal pop conductor for several U.S. orchestras,
including the Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra, Pasadena Symphony and Pops and The San Diego Symphony. He's considered one of the most modern composers, with works from Broadway hits to classical compositions and rhythm and blues hits. “He is someone who knows how to take classical music, historical music, theater music, jazz music,” said Errico. " He believes that a pop concert should feel, not serious, not feel like you’re going back in time, but that it happens right now. There is no one in the world like him, I cannot describe this loss.”
Hamlisch, 68, died on Monday, his family said on Tuesday.
He was a graduate of the Julliard School of Music and Queens College. He often spoke of music's universal appeal. On his website, he wrote, “There is a global nature to music, which has the potential to bring all people together."
56.The second paragraph talks mainly about Marvin Hamlisch’s ______.
A. main works B. outstanding achievements
C. viewpoint D. characters
57. What did Melissa Errico think of Marvin Hamlisch’s last performance?
A. Excellent. B. Depressing. C Funny. D. Instructive.
58. The underlined word “versatile” in Paragraph 5 probably means______.
A. knowledgeable B. multi-functional
C. having many jobs D. having many different skills
59. What can be the best title for the text?
A. A Musician’s Last Performances.
B. Pop Music.
C. An Award-winning and Outstanding Composer Marvin Hamlisch.
D. Music Has the Potential to Bring All People Together.
Everybody likes a winner, and there are always people ready to cheer for a good
loser. But who ever heard a song for the man who comes in second? So this is in
praise of the almost winner, the nearly champion, the next to the biggest, the second
best. This is the song of Mister Two. You hear unflattering names for Mister Two. “Also run”, they call him, and “runner
up”. Names that make you think of a fellow who couldn’t quite make it. Don’t let that
Ask the winner of any race how good a man Mister Two is. He will tell you it’s
Mister Two who made him run so fast, Mister Two pressing hard at his heels
threatening always to overtake and pass him.
Ask the salesman who won the contest and what kept him plugging after hours,
looking for extra order. Ask the directors of the big company why they keep
changing their product, seeking the new equipment, the added advantage. What
drives them? What keeps them hopping? It’s the salesman with nearly as many
orders. It is the company with the product almost as good. It’s Mister Two.
In this country, we’re proud of the quality of our champions. Our big men
come very big. Our fast men run very fast. Our wise men are the wisest and our
greatest men are the greatest that a country could hope to be blessed with. And why
is that? Couldn’t it be because great Mister Two’s growing naturally in a land where
the race is always open and everybody can run?
So this is for you, Mister Two. This is your song. This is for all the days you
tried for first, and came in second. It’s for the nights when you wonder if you ought
to go on trying, since nobody seems to notice…
We notice, Mister Two. We know the score. Winner or not, you’re a natural
champion. There couldn’t be a race without you, Mister Two.
60. People call Mister Two unflattering names to _____ him.
A. praise B. laugh at C. encourage D. comfort
61. Mister Two is mentioned in connection with ______.
A. business B. sports C. wisdom and greatness D. all of the above
62. It is implied in this story that _____.
A. every leader needs someone to help him
B. the runner – up is as important as the winner
C. the second today may be the first tomorrow
D. the second place is pretty good
63. The person who wins needs to understand that ______.
A. winning isn’t everything
B. without strong competition he wouldn’t have won
C. without strong competition he wouldn’t have worked so hard
D. there is a prize for being Mister Two
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Live on set
Renting your home out as a “film set” could earn you hundreds of pounds a day, depending on the film production company and how long your home is needed. A quick search on the Internet will bring up dozens of online companies that allow you to register your home for free---but you will be charged if your home gets picked. Use your roof
You need the right kind of roof, but some energy companies pay the cost of fixing solar equipment (around ￡14,000) and let you use the energy produced for nothing . In return, they get paid for unused energy fed back into the National Grid. However, you have to sign a 25-year agreement with the supplier, which could prevent you from changing the roof.
64. If you earn ￡5000 from renting a room in one year, the tax you need to pay will
be based on ____.
A. ￡300 B. ￡4500 C. ￡500 D. ￡5000
65. Where can you put an advertisement to rent out a room during a big event?
A. On Letpark. B. On Roomspare.
C. On Roommateeasy. D. On Grashpadder.
66. If you want to use energy free, you have to ____.
A. sigh an agreement with the government
B. pay around ￡14,000 for the equipment
C. keep the roof unchanged within 25years
D. sell the roof to some energy companies
67. For whom is the text most probably written?
A. Lodgers. B. Online companies. C. Advertisers. D. House owners. D
By 2020, there will be about 38 million to 40 million too few college and university graduates to satisfy the demands of the global labor market, a report issued this month has found.
At the same time there will be a surplus of up to 95 million low-skilled workers globally, according to the study, conducted by the McKinsey Global Institute.
The report bases its estimates on the estimation of a global work force of 3.5 billion by the year 2020, compared with 2.9 billion today.
“Unemployment for less skilled workers is currently running two to three times
that of those skilled workers with university or post-graduate degrees” said Richard Dobbs, one of the authors of the report.
China will have to increase its educated work force in order to fulfill its need for 23 million high-skilled workers by 2020, the report said.
Despite the old stereotype (陈规旧习) about arts majors, Americans and Canadians with arts degrees are by and large employed and happy with their work, according to a new report released last week by the Strategic National Arts Alumni Project at Indiana University.
The report, titled “A Diverse Palette”, considered degrees in performance, design, architecture, creative writing, music composition, choreography, film, illustration and fine art. It found that 87% of arts alumni who are working are content with their jobs, whether or not they work as artists, and that 82% of respondents felt they brought creativity to their jobs.
The specific discipline played an important role in employability, the study suggested. For example, 82% of those with a dance degree said they had worked or were working as an artist. That was only true of 30 % with art history degrees. Many arts graduates became involved in education: 57% of arts graduates have taught at some point in their career, and 27% are doing so currently, the report found.
68. In which column of a newspaper can we find the passage ?
A. Art and Literature. B. Science and Technology.
C. Campus and Career. D. Finance and Investment.
69. What can we infer from Paragraph5?
A . China is urged to export more high-skilled workers.
B. University graduates from China may satisfy the demands.
C. Less-skilled workers have now made up the majority of work force in China.
D. By 2020 China will have formed the most advanced educational system.
70. How does the author make the article convincing?
A. By listing examples. B. By presenting statistics.
C. By persuasive quotation. D. By evident comparison.
Using tablet computers like Apple’s iPad and Samsung’s Galaxy Note just before bed can lead to a poor night’s sleep, according to research.
More and more people are taking their tablet computers to bed with them to surf the Internet, check Facebook or email before switching off the light.___71___.
That is because this type of light is like daylight, convincing the brain that it is still daytime.
Blue light suppresses(抑制) the production of a brain chemical called melatonin, which helps us fall asleep. _____72_______
By contrast, the light which is orange or red in tones does not suppress the melatonin production, perhaps because our brains recognize it as a signal that the day is ending.
___73___------whether they are television screens, computer screens or
mobile phone screens.
However, because mobile phones and tablet computers are by nature portable, not to say addictive, more people are taking them into the bed room.___74_____ Researchers at the Lighting Research Centre, at the Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute in New York, are warning that looking at tablet computer’s displays for
more than two hours “leads to the suppression of our natural melatonin levels as the devices give off optical radiation at short wavelengths” . ____75___
A. In other words, they give off bluer light.
B. But researcher are warning that the blueish light their screens give off can stop users getting a good night’s sleep.
C. Users also tend to hold them much closer to their eyes than a computer or television screen.
D. It is not just a good night’s sleep that could be damaged by too much late night screen time.
E. Neurologists have known for years that staring at screens late in the evening can disrupt sleep
F. This is because our brains have evolved to be wakeful during daylight hours. G. Researchers know that persistent damage to sleep patterns can lead to an
increased risk of obesity, and even breast cancer.
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Today, more and more high school student publish their own blogs on the
Internet. For one thing, it can provide colorful platform to show their talents, and
for another, it is also a way to release their pressure. And this make it popular to
high school students. But many parents and teachers hold a same view, and they
think that managing a blog will take a lot of time and energy, while this should be
used study which is their main duty. Personally, I do approve of this activity. Open
and organizing an eye-catching blog needs various abilities such like writing,
designing and so on. Only if that we have those abilities can we make a good blog.
And also, we can improve themselves during the procedure of organizing our blogs.
Mind Your Behavior in Public Places
听力： 1—5 CBCAB 6---10 BACAC
11---15ABACB 16---20 BCACB
单选：21—25 DDCBA 26---30 ACDDB 31---35 CDCDB 完形：36---40 CBDAB 41---45 BBAAB
46---50 DACDC 51---55 DABBC
阅读：A: 56---59 BADC B: 60---63 BDBC C: 64---67 CDCD D: 68---70 CCB 71---75 BFECA
第一行：student → students
第三行：make → makes ; popular to → popular with
第六行：used后加 for ; Open → Opening
第七行：such like → such as
第八行：if 后的that 去掉
第九行：themselves → ourselves
作文： Mind Your Behavior in Public Places
As is seen from the drawing, when walking with his mother in the street, a boy finds two persons walking on the lawn, totally ignoring the sign “Keep off the lawn!” He says to his mother, “Don’t the uncle and the aunt understand the words on the sign?” Such behavior left me deep in thought .The two persons step on the lawn just for convenience but they lose their civic virtue. It is our duty to obey the principle .And adults should set good examples to children. As we know, kids generally do as adults do. Let’s call on everybody to obey public rules. Only in this way can we build up a harmonious as well as orderly society.＋ 更多类似范文