99 年 - 2010年云南高考真题（英语）#13455
6.6.—Is it all right if I keep this photo？
(B)No, it shouldn’t
(C)I’m afraid not
(D)Don’t keep it
7.7.Tom was about to close the windows_____his attention was caught by a bird.
8.8.my mother opened the drawer to _________ the knives and spoons.
(A) put away
(B) put up
(C) put on
9.9. Barbara is easy to recognize as she’s the only of the women who ____ evening dress.
(C) has worm
(D) have worm
10.10—have you finished the book？
-- No. I’ve read up to _____ the children discover the secret cave.
11.11.though ______ to see us，the professor gave us a warm welcome。
(B) was surprised
12.12. Neither side is prepared to talk to _____ unless we can smooth thing over between them。
(B) the other
(D) one other
13.13. the island is ____ attractive in spring and autumn because of the pleasant weather in both seasons.
14.14. The doctor thought ____ would be good for you to have a holiday.
15.15. Linda ，make sure the tables ____ before the guests arrive.
(D) are setting
16.16. I refuse to accept the blame for something _____ was someone else’s fault.
17.17. I’m afraid Mr.harding ____ see you now . he’s busy.
18.18. –Can I help you? Are you looking for anything in particular today？
----_____， we’re just looking.
(A) Yes， please
(B) No, thank you
(C)Yes ， you can
(D)No, you needn’t
19.19. Excuse me. I I was blocking you r way.
20.20. Mr. Black is very happy because the clothes made in his factory have never been .
(D)the most popular
21.A man who knows how to write a personal letter has a very powerful tool. A letter can be enjoyed, read and 21 . It can set up a warm conversation between two people far apart (远离的);it can keep a 22 with very little effort.
I will give 23 .A few years ago my older brother and l were not getting 24 .We had been close as 25 but had grown apart. Our meetings were not 26 ; our conversation was filled with arguments and quarrels: and every effort to clear the air seemed to only 27 our misunderstanding. Then he 28 a small island in the Caribbean and we 29 touch. One day he wrote me a letter. He described his island and its people, told me what he was doing, said how he felt, and encouraged me to 30 . Rereading the letter, I was 31 by its humor（幽默）and clever expressions. These were all qualities for which I had 32 respected my older brother but 33 he no longer had them. I had never known he could write so 34 . And with that one letter we became friends 35 .
It might never have occurred to 36 to write me if he had not been in a place where there were no 37 . For him, writing was a necessity. It also turned out to be the best way for us to get back in touch. Because we live in an age of 38 communication（通讯）, people often 39 that they don’t always have to phone or email. They have a 40 . And that is to write.
When I was six, Dad brou ght home a dog one day, who was called “Brownie”, My brothers and I all loved Brownie and did different things with her. One of us would walk her, another would feed her ,then there were baths, playing catch and many other games . Brownie, in return, loved each and every one of us. One thing that most touched my heart was that she would go to whoever was sick and just be with them. We always felt better when she was around.
One days, as I was getting her food, she chewed up(咬破) one of Dad’s shoes, which had to be thrown away in the enDI knew Dad would be mad and I had to let her know what she did was
Wrong. When I looked at her and said, “Bad girl.” She looked down at the ground and then went and hiDI saw a tear in her eyes.
Brownie turned out to be more than just our family pet. She went everywhere with us.
People would stop and ask if they could pet her. Of course sh e'd let anyone pet her. She was just
the most lovable dog. There were many dines when we'd be out walking and a small child would
come over and pull on her hair. She never barked (吠) or tried to get away. Funny thing is she
would smile. This frightened people because they thought she was showing her teeth. Far from
the truth, she loved everyone.
Now many years have passed since Brownie died of old age. I still miss the days when she
was with us.
【題組】41. What would Brownie do when someone was ill in the family?
(A)Look at them sadly.
(B)Keep them company.
(C)Play games with them.
(D)Touch them gently.
42.【題組】42. We can infer from Paragraph 2 that Brownie __
(A)would eat anything when hungry
(B)felt scary for her mistake
(C)loved playing hide-and-seek
(D)disliked the author's dad
43.【題組】43. Why does the author say that Browrnie was more than just a family pet?
(A)She was treated as a member of the family.
(B)She played games with anyone she liked.
(C)She was loved by everybody she met.
(D)She went everywhere with the family.
44.【題組】44. Some people got frightened by Brownie when she
(C)rushed to thhem
(D)tried to be funny
45.【題組】45. Which of the following best describes Brownie?
When you're lying on the white sands of the Mexican Riviera, the stresses (压力) of the world seem a million miles away. Hey. stop! This is no vacation - yon have to finish something!
Here lies the problem fat travel writer and food critic (评论家) Edie Jarolim. "I always loved traveling and always liked to eat, but it never occurred to me that I could make money doing both of those things." Jarolim saiDNow you can read her travel advice everywhere-in Arts and Antiques. in Brides. or in one of her three books. The Complete Idiot Travel Guide to Mexico's Beach Resorts.
Her job in travel writing began Some eight years ago. After getting a PhD in English in CanadAshe took a test for Frommer's travel guides, passed it, and got the joBAfter working at Frommer's, Jarolim worked for a while at Rough Guides in London, then Fodor's, where she fell so in love with a description of the Southwest of the U.S. that she moved there.
Now as a travel writer, she spends one-third of her year on the roaDThe rest of the time is spent completing her tasks and writing reviews of restaurants at home in Tucson, Arizona.
As adventurous as the job sounds, the hard part is fact-checking all the information. Sure, it's great to write about a tourist attraction, but you'd better get the local (当地的 ) museum hours correct or you could really ruin someone's vacation.
【題組】46.Which country does Jarolim have in now?
47.【題組】47. What is most difficult for Jarolim?
(A)Working in different places to collect information
(B)Checking all the facts to be written in the guides.
(C)Finishing her work as soon as possible.
(D)Passing a test to write travel guides.
48.【題組】48. What do we know about Jarolim from the text?
(A)She is successful in her job.
(B)She finds her life full of stresses.
(C)She spends half of her time traveling.
(D)She is especially interested in museums.
49.【題組】49. What would he the best title for the text7
(A)Adventures in Travel Writing
(B)Working as a Food Critic
(C)Travel Guides on the Market
(D)Vacationing for a Living
Thousands of people living in the Chinese capital will celebrate the start of the Chinese New year by heading for the ski resorts (滑雪场). Never mind that Beijing's dry weather seldom produces snow. It is cold enough in winter for snow-making machines to make a covering for the hills north to the capital. And the rapid growth of a pleasure-seeking middle class has formed the basis for this new craze(热潮）.
Since Beijing's first ski resort was opened ten years ago, the sport has enjoyed astonishing increase. There are now more than a dozen resorts. Clothes markets in the city have added bright colored ski suits to their winter collections. Mr. Wei, a manager of a newly-opened ski resort in Beijing, sees the growth of an industry that could soon lead Chinese to head for the ski resorts of Europe, In recent years ski resorts offering natural snow have opened in ChinABut many are in faraway areas of the country and can't really match the equipment and services of some ski resorts in Europe.
Beijing's skiing craze is partly a result of the recent increase in private (私有的) cars. This has led to the growth of a Ieisure industry in the capital's suburbs (郊区), which until the late-1990s were unreachable to ordinary people, According to Mr, Wei, about 40% of the visitors to his resort come in their own cars. The rest are bused in by schools, businesses or government Offices.
The problem is making money. Starting ski resorts requires quite a lot of money; hiring land from the local government, preparing the hills, buying snow machines, making sure there are enough water and electricity to run them, and buying ski equipment for hiring out to customers.
The ski resort where Mr. Wei works cost nearly $4m to set up. AnDas so often in China when someone comes up with a good idea, many others hash in and price wars break out. Beijing now offers some of the cheapest ski training classes in the world, though with most people rather new to the sport, expecting a few more doing the same job.
【題組】50.What does this text mainly talk about?
(A)Convenience for skiers brought about by private cars.
(B)Skiing as a new way of enjoying one's spare time.
(C)Things to be considered when starting a ski resort.
(D)A sudden increase of ski training classes in Beijing.
51.【題組】51. Why are some Chinese likely to go skiing in Europe?
(A)To visit more ski areas.
(B)To ski on natural snow.
(C)For a large collection of ski suits.
(D)For better services and equipment.
52.【題組】52. The underlined words "leisure industry" in Paragraph 3 refer to -
(A)transport to ski resorts
(B)production of family cars
(C)business of providing spare time enjoyments
(D) part-time work for people living in the suburbs
53.【題組】53. What is the main problem in running a ski resort?
(A)Difficulty in hiring lanD
(B)Lack of business experience.
(C)Price wars with other ski resorts,
(D)Shortage of water and electricity,
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【題組】54.What it special about the Ariau Amazon Towers hotel?
(A)You can sleep in the house.
(B)You can choose any of the towers.
(C)It is designed for big families.
(D)Every room has a walkway.
55.【題組】55. For more persons spending a night in one of these hotels, they have to pay at least
56.【題組】56. Which website should you visit if you want to find out whether there exists a hotel under the sea?
57.【題組】57. Which hotel would invite artists to come to work every year?
(A)Propeller Bland City Lodge.
(B)Arian Amazon Towers.
(C)The Ice Hotel.
(D)Bahama Beach Club.
How words came into being is unknown. All we assume（推测）is that some early men invented certain sounds, in one way or another, to express thoughts and feelings, actions and things, so that they could talk with each other. Later they agreed upon certain signs, called letters, which could be put together to show those sounds, and which could be written down. Those sounds, whether spoken or written in letters, are called words.
The power of words, then, lies in their associations - the things they bring up to our minds. Words become filled with meaning for us by experience; and the longer we tire, the more certain words bring back to us the happy and sad events of our past; and the more we read and learn, the more the number of words that mean something to us increases.
Great writers are those who not only have great thoughts but also express these thoughts in words which have powerful effects on our minds and feelings. This clever use of words is what we call literary style（文体）. Above all, the real poet is a master of words. He can express his meaning in words which sing like music, and which by their position and association can move men to tears, We should therefore learn to choose our words carefully and use them correctly, or they will make our speech silly and common.
【題組】58.We learn from the text that language might have begun with
59.【題組】59.What is mainly discussed in Paragraph 2?
(A)The learning of new words.
(B)The importance of old words
(C)The relation of human experience with words.
(D)The gradual change and development of words.
60.【題組】60. In the last paragraph, what does the author suggest that we should do?
(A)Use words skillfully.
(B)Make musical speeches
(C)Learn poems by heart.
(D)Associate with listeners.