99 年 - 2010年陕西高考真题（英语）#13766
(A) What a pity!
(B)It must be cool.
(C)Where did you stay ?
(D) But how did you get there ?
(E)So what else did you do out there ? F.But the water wasn’t warm enough
G..Then why not stay there for a longer time?
Jerry: Hi , Mike. Look like you’ve got some sun .
Mike: I guess so. I spent the weekend on the beach.
Jerry: Really? That sounds exciting. __6__
Mike:At my friend’s house .He invited me to stay there for as long as I wanted .
Mike: Oh, I have a paper to work on.
8.【題組】8__ I mean besides lying out in the sun.
Mike: I play some volleyball . I never realized how hard it is to run on sand.
9.【題組】9__ Did you go swimming?
Mike: I intended to . __
10.【題組】10__So I just went fishing.
Jerry: All sounds so relaxing.
The old temple _______ roof was damaged in storm is now under repair.
12.12. The cost of renting a house in central Xi’an is higher than ____ in any other area of the city.
13.13. –What’s the noise ? It sounds as if it comes from upstairs.
--______ .It must be the window-cleaner working , next door.
(A)I’m not sure
(B) I hope not
(C)I’d rather not
(D) I don’t think so
14.14. You look well . The air and the sea foods in Sanya must _____ you , I suppose.
(C) agree on
(D) agree about
15.15.If we ___ the other road ,we might have arrived here in time for the meeting.
(D) have taken
16.16._____ from the top of the tower ,the south foot of the mountain is a sea of trees .
(D) To see
17.17.John opened the door . There _____ he had never seen before.
(A)a girl did stand
(B) a girl stood
(C)did a girl stand
(D) stood a girl
18.18.It never occurred to me _____ you could succeed in persuading him to change his mind.
19.19. His first book next month is based on a true story.
(B) to be published
(C) to publish
(D) being published
20.20. John thinks it won’t be long he is ready for his new job.
21.21. I have to see the doctor because I a lot lately.
(A) have been coughing
(B) had coughed
22.22. Studies show that people are more to suffer from back problems if they always sit before computer screens for long hours.
23.23. May I take this book out of the reading room?
No,you . You read it in here.
24.24. It is reported that many a new house at present in the disater area.
(A) are being built
(B) were being built
(C) was being built
(D) is being built
25.25. What a fine day! Shall we go picnicking?
. But we need to be home before six o’clock for the football match..
(A) Have a nice time.
(B) Pardon me
(C) That’s great
(D) You are right
I used to live selfishly, I should admit. But one moment changed me.
I was on my lunch break and had 26 the office to ger something to eat . On the way, I 27 a
Busker(街头艺人)，with a hat in front of him. I had some 28 in my pocker, but I would not give them to him, thinking to myself he would 29 use the money to feed his addiction to drugs or alcohol. He 30 like that type-young and ragged. 31 what was I going to spend the money on ? Only to feed my addiction to Coca-Cola or chocolate! I then 32 I had no right to place myself above 33 just because he was busking.
I 34 and dropped all the coins into his 35, and he smiled at me, I watched for a while. As 36 as it sounds, I expected something more to come from that moment—a feeling of 37 or satifaction, for example. But nothing happened 38 , I walked off. “It proved to be a waste of 39 ,”I thought.
On my way home at the end of the 40, I saw the busker again and he was 41 . I watched him pick up the hat and walk 42 a cafe counter. There he poured the 43 contents into a tin collecting 44 an earthquake fund-raising(募捐) event. He was busking for charity(慈善)！
Now I donate any 45 I have to charity tins and enjoy the feeling of giving.
(A) walking around
(B) passing by
(C) packing up
(D) running off
Ask Dr ? Jeffers This month Dr. Jeffers is answering questions about the human brain and how it works.
Dear Dr. Jeffers,
One of my colleagues, Felix Moeller, told me that scientists are learning to use computer to ‘read minds’. Is there any truth to this story/
—Jane Leon, New York, USA
Dear Ms. Leon,
Well, a lot of research is being conducted in this area, but so far, the brain scanning equipment and corresponding computer programs haven’t been able to actually read thoughts. In one experiment, test subjects（受试者）were connected to scanning equipment and shown two numbers on a screen. They were then asked to choose between adding or subtracting（减）the two numbers. Using this method, researchers were able to follow brain processes and make the correct assumptions（假设）70 percent of the time. It’s not quite mind reading, but it’s certainly a first step.
Dear Dr. Jeffers,
My three-year-old son loves it when I dig my fingers into his sides and tickle （胳肢）him until he laughs uncontrollably. The other day I noticed him trying to tickle himself but he couldn’t do it. Why not?
—Glenn Lewis, Vancouver, Canada
Dear Mr. Lewis,
It’s because of how the brain works. The brain is trained to know what to pay attention to and what to ignore. It causes us to ignore physical feelings we expect to happen, but it causes a mild panic reaction when there is an unexpected feeling. For example, you don’t notice how your shoulder feels while you’re walking down the street. But if someone comes up behind you and touches you lightly on the shoulder, you may jump in fear. It’s that unexpected part that causes the tickle reaction.
What can we learn from the answer to the first question?
(A) Some equipment is able to read human minds.
(B) Some progress has been made in mind reading.
(C) Test subjects have been used tomake decisions.
(D) Computer programs can copy brain processes.
47.【題組】47.People laugh when tickled by others bedause the feeling is _______.
48.【題組】48.Who has got a little child according to the text?
(A) Ms. Leon
(B) Mr. Lewis
(C) Mr. Moeller
(D) Dr. Jeffers
49.【題組】49.According to the text, Jeffers is probably _______.
(A) a computer programmer
(B) a test subject
(C) a human brain expert
(D) a medical doctor
Brave Frenchman Found Half-way Around the World
(NEW YORK) A French tourist highly praised for rescuing a two-year-old girl in Manhattan said he didn’t think twice before diving into the freezing East River.
Tuesday’s Daily News said 29-year who left the spot quickly after the rescue last Saturday.
He lifted the little girl out of the water after she fell off the bank at the South Street Scaport museum. He handed the girl to her father ,David Anderson, who had dive in after him.
“I didn’t think at all,” Duret told the Daily News. “ It happened very fast. I reacted very fast.”
Duret, an engineer on vacation ,was walking with his girlfriend along the pier(码头)when he saw something falling into the water .He thought it was a doll, but realized it was a child when he approached the river. In an instant ,he took off his coat and jumped into the water.
When he reached the girl, she appeared lifeless, he said . Fortunately, when she was out of the water, she opened her eyes.
Anderson said his daughter slipped off the bank when he was adjusting his camera. An ambulance came later for her, said Duret, who was handed dry clothes from cookers. Duret caught a train with his girlfriend shortly after.
The rescue happened on the day before he left for France. Duret said he didn’t realize his tale of heroism he was leaving the next morning .
“I don’t really think I’m a hero,” said Duret. “Anyone would do the same ting.”
why was Duret in NewYork?
(A) To meet his girlfriend
(B) To work as an engineer
(C) To spend his holiday
(D) To visit the Andersons.
51.【題組】51. What did duret do shortly after the ambulance came?
(A) He was interviewed by a newspaper
(B) He asked his girlfriend for his dry clothes
(C) He went to the hospital in the ambulance
(D) He disappeared from the spot quickly
52.【題組】52. Who divide after duret into the river to save the little girl?
(A) David Anderson
(B) a passer-by
(C) his girlfriend
(D) a taxi driver.
53.【題組】53. When was duet most probably found to be the very hero?
(A) the day when he was leaving for home.
(B) a couple of days after the girl was rescued
(C) the first day when he was in New York
(D) the same day when he was interviewed.
54. The 1900 house
The bowler family was one of more than 400 families who applied to 1900 house, a reality TV shout which took a typical family back a hundred years to se how people lived in the days before the internet, computer games and even electricity.
The bowler family spent three months in a London home without a telephone, computers, TV, or fast food. The bowlers wore clothes from 1900, are only food available in English at that time, and cooked their meals on a single stove. Paul bowler still went to work every day in a then uniform. The children changed their clothes on the way to and from school and their classmates didn’t know about then unusural home life. Joyce stayed at home, cooking and cleaning like a typical housewife of the time, though everything took three times as long.
So does Joyce think that people’s lives were better in the old days?
“I think people in the old days had just ad many troubles and worries,” Joyce said.
And I don’t think their life was better or worse, there were lots of things back then that
I’m happy I don’t have to deal with nowadays, but on the other hand life was simpler.” “We had a lot more time with our family, and it was hard being nice to each other all the time,” eleven-year-old Hilary said.
So what did the Bowler family miss most about modern life while living in the 1900 house?
Paul,39:” telephone and a hot shower”
Joyce,44:” a quick cup of tea from a kettle you could just turn on”
Hilary,11:” rock CD”
Joseph,9:” hamburger and computer games”
While the Bowler family was living in 1900 house,_____.
(A) the mother spent more time on housework
(B) the two children wore the then clothes for school
(C) they prepared their meals together on a stove
(D) they ate simple foods they had never seen
55.【題組】55. According to Paragraph 4, what’s Jovce’s opinion about life in 1900?
(A) There were fewer problems for the family
(B) Life was simpler but worse than it is now
(C) There were things she liked and disliked
(D) The family had more time to stay together
56.【題組】56.What would Hilary expect most from modern life in the three months?
(A) To play computer games
(B) To make phone calls
(C) To listen to music
(D) To chat on the
For these reasons,I believe that lawmakers need to legislate (立法) against spam.Spammers should be fined,and perhaps sent to prison if they continue to disturb people.E-mail is a tool which helps people all over the world to communicate conveniently,but spam is destroying this conwenience.
What does the underlined word “correspondence” in the Paragraph 1 probably mean?
58.【題組】58.According to the text, what is the major cause of the flooding spam?
(A)Companies rely on e-mail for communications.
(B)More people in the world communicate by e-mail.
(C)Many computer viruses contain spam e-mail.
(D)More advertisers begin to promote sales through spam.
59.【題組】59.According to Paragraph 3,who is the final victim of spam?
(A) The business
(B) The advertiser
When I first got an email account ten years ago, I received communications only from family,friends,and colleagues.Now it seems that every time I check my e-mail ,I have an endless seriers of advertisement and otner correspondence that do not interest the at all.If we want e-mail to continue to be useful,we need special laws that make spamming(发送垃圾邮件) a crime.
This problem is troubling for inviduals and companies as well. Many spam emails contain computer viruses that can shut down the entire network of a company.Companies rely on e-mail on on e-mail for their Comployees to communicate with each other. Spam frequently causes failures in their local commnications networks,and their employees are thus unable to communicate effectively.such a situationg results in a loss of productivity and requires companies to repeatedly repai their networks.These computer problems raise productton costs of companies ,which are,in the end,passed on to the consumer.
What is the purpose of the text?