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英语模拟试题一

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  本试卷共150分。考试时长120分钟。考试结束后,将本试卷和答题卡一并交回。

  注意事项:

  1.答题前,考生务必先将答题卡上的学校、班级、姓名、准考证号用黑色字迹签字笔填写清楚,并认真核对条形码上的准考证号、姓名,在答题卡的“条形码粘贴区”贴好条形码。

  2.本次考试所有答题均在答题卡上完成。选择题必须使用2B铅笔以正确填涂方式将各小题对应选项涂黑,如需改动,用橡皮擦除干净后再选涂其它选项。非选择题必须使用标准黑色字迹签字笔书写,要求字体工整、字迹清楚。

  3.请严格按照答题卡上题号在相应答题区内作答,超出答题区域书写的答案无效,在试题、草稿纸上答题无效。

  4.请保持答题卡卡面清洁,不要装订、不要折叠、不要破损。

  第一部分:听力理解(共三节,30分)

  第一节(共5小题;每小题1.5分,共7.5分)

  听下面5段对话。每段对话后有一道小题,从每题所给的A、B、C三个选项中选出最佳选项。听完每段对话后,你将有10秒钟的时间来回答有关小题和阅读下一小题。每段对话你将听一遍。

  1.Whenwillthelecturebegin?

  A.At7:30.B.At7:45.C.At7:50.

  2.Wherewilltheymeet?

  A.Atthemuseum.B.Atthegarden.C.Atthedentist's.

  3.Howoftenisthenewspaperpublishedinthesummervacation?

  A.Everyday.B.Onceaweek.C.Twiceaweek.

  4.Whatdoesthewomanmean?

  A.Theperformancewaspoor.

  B.Shelostherwatchlastnight.

  C.Shewaslatefortheperformance.

  5.Whydoesthewomantalktothemanager?

  A.Toaskforhelp.B.Topraiseanemployee.C.Toseethestoreowner.

  第二节(共10小题;每题1.5分,满分15分)

  听下面4段对话或独白。每段对话或独白后有几个小题,从题中所给的A,B,C三个选项中选出最佳选项,并标在试卷的相应位置。听每段对话或独白前,你将有时间阅读各个小题,每小题5秒钟;听完后,每小题将给出5秒钟的作答时间。每段对话或独白读两遍。

  听第6段材料,回答第6至7题。

  6.Whydidthepoliceofficerwanttoseetheman'slicense?

  A.Hewasspeeding.

  B.Hetookthewrongturn.

  C.Heknockedtheroadsigndown.

  7.Whatdidthepoliceofficerfinallydo?

  A.Shegavethemanaticket.

  B.Shewarnedhimandthenlethimgo.

  C.Shetookthemantothepolicestation.

  听第7段材料,回答第8~9题。

  8.WhatdoesthemanthinkofAbby'spresentation?

  A.Itiswellorganized.

  B.Itistoolong.

  C.Itiswellprepared.

  9.WhatshouldAbbydotoimproveherpresentation?

  A.Speakclearly.B.Bemoreconfident.C.Avoidlongpauses.

  听第8段材料,回答第10至12题。

  10.Whatistherelationshipbetweenthetwospeakers?

  A.Colleagues.B.Classmates.C.Neighbors.

  11.Howdotheyknowwhethertheclassesarecancelled?

  A.Byreadinganotice.

  B.Byreceivingmessages.

  C.Bylisteningtotheradio.

  12.Howwillthemanfeeliftheclassesarecancelled?

  A.Happy.B.Worried.C.Angry

  听第9段材料,回答第13至15题。

  13.WhichcountrycanyougoifyouflywithBlueAirlines?

  A.Japan.B.Australia.C.Canada.

  14.Whatshouldacustomerdotoreceiveadiscount?

  A.Bookaticketwithinthisweek.

  B.BookaholidayonthefirstofJune.

  C.BookaflighttoEuropeonweekends.

  15.Whatisthepurposeoftheadvertisement?

  A.TointroduceBlueAirlines'newaircraft.

  B.ToattractpeopletoflywithBlueAirlines..

  C.ToadvertiseBlueAirlines'excellentservices.

  第三节(共5小题;每小题1.5分,共7.5分)

  听下面一段对话,完成第16题至20五道小题,每小题仅填写一个词。听对话前,你将有20秒钟的时间阅读试题,听完后你将有60秒钟的作答时间。这段对话你将听两遍。

  第二部分:知识运用(共两节,45分)

  第一节: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,并在答题卡上将该项涂黑。

  21.Shestudiedmedicinebeforeshebecamewriter.

  A.the;theB.the;aC.不填;aD.不填;the

  22.I’mworkingthiseveningbecauseIamschedulewithmywork.

  A.behindB.beyondC.overD.on

  23.Whatonepersonconsidersawildflowermaybeaweedto.

  A.otherB.anotherC.theotherD.theothers

  24.Stopmakingsomuchnoisetheneighbourswillstartcomplaining.

  A.orB.andC.soD.yet

  25.FromthetearsinNancy'seyesweknowthatsomethingsad______.

  A.mayhappenB.wouldhappen

  C.musthavehappenedD.shouldhavehappened

  26.Joe’sremarksleftme______hisrealpurpose.

  A.wonderB.towonderC.wonderingD.wondered

  27.Thereporterapologizedforanymisunderstandings______byhisarticleonthatfilmstar.

  A.causingB.causedC.tocauseD.beingcaused

  28.______aboutthedelayofthematch,Ihurriedtothecourtbutdidn'tseeanybody.

  A.NotinformingB.Notbeinginformed

  C.NothavinginformedD.Nothavingbeeninformed

  29.Scientistssayitmaybefiveyears______itispossibletotestthismdelcineonhumanpatients.

  A.sinceB.untilC.beforeD.when

  30.Manypeoplecalledtoask______thematchwasindeedcanceledbecauseoftherain.

  A.whyB.whenC.howD.if

  31.Sherememberedseveraloccasionsinthepast______shehadexperiencedasimilarfeeling.

  A.whenB.whyC.thatD.where

  32.SinceheleftourschoollastAugust,Mr.Newman______onaphotographyexhibition.

  A.workedB.isworking

  C.hadworkedD.hasbeenworking

  33.Theoldtrainstation,whichisscheduledtostopoperationsnextmonth,______amuseumoftransportationhistory.

  A.hasturnedintoB.hasbeenturnedinto

  C.willturnintoD.willbeturnedinto

  34.WhenJohnfinallygottothetopofthemountain,thesun______.

  A.wasshiningB.shone

  C.hasbeenshiningD.hasshone

  35.—Moststudentswenttothepartyyesterday.Itisapitythatyouwereabsent.

  —IwishI______.ButIwasterriblybusy.

  A.didB.hadC.wereD.would

  第二节完型填空(共20小题;每小题1.5分,满分30分)

  阅读下面短文,掌握其大意,然后从36—55各题所给的四个选项(A、B、C和D)中,选出最佳选项,并在答题卡上涂黑。

  “Weexpectedourfirstchildtobeperfect.”Mostparentshavethoughtso.

  Iknowthat'swhatI36withouroldestson,Joe.Hewouldbeperfect.Joewouldsailthrough37fromlearningABC'stobeingawardedaPh.D..

  Joe,38,hadotherideas.

  Hewasalwaysa39kid.Hewasn'tthekindofboywhothrew40atpassingcarsonafreezingwinterdayorwhodroppedwaterballoonsonthemailmanduringtheheatofAugust.

  Buthewasn'tperfect.Especiallywhenitcametothatnicelittle41thatIhadaboutsailingthroughschool.FromthedayJoestartedkindergartenhestruggled—withscissorsandhandwritingandmath.Always42.Hepassedeachgradewithgreat43,neveratthetopofhisclass.

  HowI44friendswhohadchildrenwiththe"mathgene".Amomtoldmeherdaughterwasdoinghighschoolalgebrawhileinthesixthgrade.Anothermomsaidhersonhadjusttakenfirstplaceinthedistrict'sannualMathChallenge.

  Afterhearingthesestories,IwouldlookatJoeand45:Whydidn'tweraiseamathematicaltalent?Howisheevergoingtogetinto46ifhedoesnotgetbetteratmath?Needlesstosay,mymotherly47neverreallyamountedtomuch.Doesitever?Momstendtoworryandworry,whilewhateverthey'reworryingaboutusually48onitsown.

  Duringhighschool,Joeslowly49atmath.HegotthroughalgebraI&II,andgeometry,ourstaterequirementsformath.Ifeltgreatly50athislittleachievement.Thenheannouncedthathe'dtakepre-calculus(微积分)inhislastyearofhighschool,which51mealot.

  "Why?"Iquestioned.

  "BecauseIneedtokeepmyskillsup,"heexplained."I52math,butIneedtotakeitsoIdon'tforgethowtodoit."

  "Forcollege,"headded."Iwanttodoreallywellincollege,Mom.Iknowitwillbe53_,butIthinkit'simportantthatItrytodomybest."

  Myoldestsonwasn'tperfect.Hewasn'tamathtalent,either.Butheknewwhatwasimportant:hewasfocusingonhis54whileIwasworryingoverhispast.Andthat,tome,isevenbetterthanbeing55.

  36.A.workedB.expectedC.continuedD.showed

  37.A.schoolB.booksC.experienceD.situations

  38.A.howeverB.thereforeC.fortunatelyD.obviously

  39.A.carefulB.proudC.goodD.happy

  40.A.toysB.clothesC.flowersD.snowballs

  41.A.beliefB.fantasyC.interestD.enthusiasm

  42.A.artB.scissorsC.handwritingD.math

  43.A.effortB.attentionC.pleasureD.ambition

  44.A.respectedB.supportedC.trustedD.envied

  45.A.considerB.imagineC.wonderD.wish

  46.A.jobB.lifeC.societyD.college

  47.A.loveB.doubtC.worryD.guidance

  48.A.pausesB.comesC.declinesD.disappears

  49.A.developedB.improvedC.advancedD.achieved

  50.A.hopefulB.gratefulC.relievedD.amused

  51.A.movedB.inspiredC.satisfiedD.surprised

  52.A.failB.hateC.preferD.choose

  53.A.hardB.boringC.necessaryD.beneficial

  54.A.careerB.majorC.futureD.world

  55.A.perfectB.intelligentC.successfulD.confident

  第三部分:阅读理解(共两节,40分)

  第一节(共15小题,每题2分,满分30分)

  阅读下列短文,从每题所给的四个选项(A、B、C和D)中,选出最佳选项,并在答题卡上将该项涂黑。

  A

  Ani—mazingAnimationContest

  Am—mazingisproudtoannounceitssecondanimation(动画片)contesttointroducenewanimationtalentstotheworld.Contestentries(参赛作品)willbeshownattheWestCoastAnimationExhibitionfromSeptember20.Theexhibitionwilllastforaweek.WinnerswillbedeterminedbyagroupofAnimationIndustryexpertswhowillrevieweveryentry.TheresultwillbeannouncedonSeptember28,2011,whentheawardsceremonywillbeheldattheworld-famousEgyptianTheatre,inHollywood.WearealsoplanningtohaveanumberofprogramsleadinguptoSeptember28,sohopefullythissecondyearwillbea"WeekofAnimatedShorts".

  Cashprizesrangingfrom$500to$5,000willbeawarded,aswellasgiveawayssuchasanimationsoftwarepackages,resorttripsandcomputerequipment.

  Pleasereviewtheseguidelinesbeforesendingyourentryin:

  1.Therearenorestrictionsonanimationtechnique,noagelimitsoreducationrequirements.Allanimatedfilmsmustbemorethanoneminutelong.

  2.AllentriesmustbeoriginalandhavereceivednomajorawardbeforesubmittingtoAni-mazing.Bothcomputerandhandanimationisaccepted.

  3.Keepinmindthatyouranimationwillbeviewedbyanall-agesaudience.

  Ani—mazingreservestherighttorejectentriescontaininginappropriatesubjectmatter.

  4.Morethanoneentriesisallowed,however,allentriesmustbetheworkofnonprofessionals.Timelimitsmaypreventusfromexhibitingalloftheentriesreceived,sopleasechooseoneanimationtobeyourprimaryentry.

  5.AllentriesmustbehandedinbyJuly30.Ifyouhavetroublemakingthisdeadline,contactusandwewillconsiderextendingthedeadlineforyou.

  6.Pleasesendacopyofyouranimation,nottheoriginal.Wewillnotbeabletoreturnmediatoyou.

  7.YourentryMUSTincludeyourname,age,educationalbackground,contactinformation,andlengthoftheanimation.

  56.Whywilltheanimationcontestbeheld?

  A.Tofindnewanimationtalents.

  B.Toattractmorepeopletoacourse.

  C.Tocollectworksforananimationexhibition.

  D.Toincreasepeople'sawarenessaboutanimation.

  57.Whichofthefollowingmeetstherequirementsofthecontest?

  A.Ananimationmadebyhand.

  B.Ananimationlasting50seconds.

  C.Ananimationwinninganawardlastyear.

  D.AnanimationdownloadedfromtheInternet.

  58.Whatisthedeadlineforentry?

  A.July30.B.September20.

  C.September27.D.September28.

  B

  Dr.GlennTisman,acancerspecialist,knewhisyoungneighbor,RayBateman,hadanunusualmind.Buthehadnoideaatthetimethat12-year–oldRayhadtheabilitytobecomehispartnerincancerresearch.

  Ray'sparentsrememberedthatatagefour,Raysurprisedthembyfixing;abrokenvacuumcleaner(吸尘器).Whenhewasten,hespeedilyconstructedthefamilycolortelevisionfromakit.Later,hesucceededinassembling(组装)acomplexstereosystemaftertwoexpertshadfailedtodothejob.

  WhenRaywasten,heconvincedhisparentstobuyhimacomputer.Inashorttime,Raywasabletodoamazingthingswiththecomputer.RaysharedhisenthusiasmforcomputerswithDr.Tisman,whousedacomputerforhisresearch.Thetwodiscussedcomputersandmedicinefrequently.Amazingly,RayunderstoodthebiologyandchemistryrelatedtoDr.Tisman’smedicalresearchwithoutanypreviousinstruction.

  RaythenworkedwithDr.Tismanafterschool.Hehelpedconductresearchwiththeequipmentandkeptitinworkingorder.Thepurposeoftheresearchwastotesttheeffectivenessofmixinganoldcancerdrugwithcertainvitamins.Rayanalyzedpatienttestresultsbycomputer,whileDr.Tismanhandledallpatientcontact.Together,theycameupwithsolidresearchthathelpedadvancecancertreatment.

  In1988,14-year-oldRaywentwithDr.TismantoameetingoftheAmericanFederationforClinicalResearch(AFCR),whereRaypresentedtheirinitialresearchfindings.Usingterminology(术语)beyondthegraspofmostkidshisage,Raytoldthescientistshowthenewdrugmixturecausedfewerandmildersideeffectsforcancerpatients.

  Ayearlater,RayreturnedtothemeetingtoupdatethefindingsofhisandDr.Tisman'sresearch.Bythen,hehadbecomewell-knownforhisdevotiontofindingcuresforsickpatients.Storiesabouthimappearedinhundredofnewspapersaroundtheworld.Heappearedontelevisionnewscastsandtalkshows.

  RaycontinuedtospendmostfreehoursworkingwithDr.Tisman.Thetwobeganstudyingtheeffectsofvitaminsonbabiesinsidethewomb.However,Ray'smaininterestremainedcancertreatment,andhecontinueshisresearchtoday.

  59.Accordingtothepassage,Ray______.

  A.isaboyofmanygifts

  B.isveryhelpfultohisparents

  C.learnedfastunderDr.Tisman'sinstruction

  D.stoppedworkingwithDr.Tismanafterhissuccess

  60.WhatdoweknowaboutDr.Tisman?

  A.Hesucceededinfindingcuresforcancer.

  B.Hemadeanewdiscoveryincancertreatment.

  C.HeconvincedRaytobecomeapartnerofhim.

  D.HetaughtRayknowledgerelatedtohisresearch.

  61.WhatmadeRayfirstknowntothemedicalworld?

  A.HispresentationatAFCR.B.Hisgreatskillsincomputer.

  C.Hisdevotiontocancerresearch.D.Hisappearanceontelevisionnewscasts.

  62.Dr.Tisman'sresearchisaimedat______.

  A.providingdifferentcancertreatments

  B.provingtheeffectsofvitaminsonbabies

  C.findingthesideeffectsofacancerdrug

  D.testingtheeffectivenessofanewdrugmixture

  C

  Noonewantstobetested.Wewouldallliketogetadriver'slicensewithoutansweringquestionsaboutrightsofwayorshowingthatwecanparallelparkacar.Manyfuturelawyersanddoctorsprobablywishtheycouldjointheirprofessionwithouttakinganexam.

  Buttestsandstandardsareanecessaryfactoflife.Theyprotectusfromunskilleddrivers,harmfulproductsanddishonestprofessionals.Inschoolstooexamsplaya.constructiverole.Theytellpublicofficialswhethernewschoolprogramsaremakingadifferenceandwherenewinvestmentsarelikelytopayoff.Theytellteacherswhattheirstudentshavelearned——andhavenot.Theytellparentshowtheirchildrenaredoingcomparedwithotherstheirage.Theyencouragestudentstomakemoreeffort.

  Itisimportanttorecallthatformostofcentury,educatorsusedintelligenceteststodecidewhichchildrenshouldgetahigh-qualityeducation.ThepointofIQtestingwastofindouthowmuchchildrenwerecapableoflearningratherthantotestwhattheyhadactuallylearned.BasedonIQscores,millionsofchildrenwereassignedtodumbed—downprogramsinsteadofsolidcoursesinscience,math,history,literatureandforeignlanguage.

  Thishistoryremindsusthattestsshouldbeusedtoimproveeducation.Everychildshouldhaveaccesstoahigh-qualityeducation.Studentsshouldhavefullopportunitytolearnwhatwillbetested;otherwisetheirscoreswillmerelyreflectwhethertheycomefromaneducatedfamily.

  Inthepastfewyears,wehaveseentheenormousbenefitsthatflowtodisadvantagedstudentsbecauseoftheinformationprovidedbystatetests.Thosewhofallbehindarenowgettingextrainstructioninafter-schoolclassesandsummerprograms.Intheireffortstoimprovestudentperformance,statesareincreasingteacherssalaries,testingnewteachersandinsistingonbetterteachereducation.

  Performanceineducationmeansthemasteryofbothknowledgeandskills.Thisiswhyitisreasonabletotestteacherstomakesuretheyknowtheirsubjectmatter,aswellashowtoteachittoyoungchildren.Andthisiswhyitisreasonabletoassesswhetherstudentsarereadytoadvancetothenextgradeorgraduatefromhighschool.

  63.Accordingtothepassage,schoolexamsenable______.

  A.governmentstomakerightpolicies

  B.studentstomeettheirteachers'requirements

  C.teacherstounderstandiftheirstudentshavemadeefforts

  D.parentstocomparetheirkids'achievementsacrossschools

  64."Dumbed-downprograms"inParagraph3refertotheprogramswhich.

  A.leadtohigh-qualityeducation

  B.arelessacademicallychallenging

  C.areintendedforintelligentstudents

  D.enablechildrentomakesteadyprogress

  65.Whichofthefollowingdoestheauthorprobablyagreewith?

  A.Disadvantagedstudentscanbenefitfromstatetests.

  B.Testsshouldfocusonwhatstudentshaveactuallylearned.

  C.Intelligenttestsdecideifchildrenshouldgetahigh-qualityeducation.

  D.Intelligenttestsarehelpfulinseperatingexcellentstudentsfrompoorones.

  66.Whatisthepurposeofthepassage?

  A.Tore-assessthevalueofIQtesting.

  B.Todefendtheroleoftestingineducation.

  C.Toexplainwhathigh-qualityeducationmeans.

  D.Tocallforthoroughandcompletereformineducation.

  D

  Inanaturaldisaster—ahurricane,flood,volcaniceruption,orothercatastrophes—minutesandevensecondsofwarningcanmakethedifferencebetweenlifeanddeath.Becauseofthis,scientistsareworkingtousethelatesttechnologicaladvancestopredictwhenandwheredisasterswillhappen.Theyarealsostudyinghowbesttoanalyzeandcommunicatethisinformationonceitisobtained.

  OnSeptember29,1998,HurricaneGeorgesmadelandfallinBiloxi,Mississippi,afterdamagingHaiti,theDominicanRepublic,PuertoRico,andseveralislandsoftheCaribbeanbadlywithtorrentialrainsandwindsupto160kmperhour.FewpeoplelosttheirlivesalongtheGulfCoastoftheUnitedStates,althoughhundredsdiedintheCaribbean.

  Thiswasaverydifferentoutcomefrom1900,whenapowerfulGulfCoasthurricanemadeanunexpecteddirecthitonGalveston,Texas,killingatleast6,000people.

  Vastlyimprovedhurricanewarningsexplainthedifferentcircumstancesateitherendofthe20thcentury——residentsofGalvestonhadnoadvancewarningthatastormwasapproaching,whileresidentsofBiloxihadbeenwarneddaysinadvance,allowingforextensivesafetyprecautions(预防).

  AtthesametimethatpeopleinBiloxiwerethankfulfortheadvancewarning,someresidentsofNewOrleans,Louisianawerelesssatisfied.AdaybeforeGeorgesmadelandfall,forecasterswerepredictingthatthehurricanehadagoodchanceofstrikingNewOrleans.BecausemuchofNewOrleansliesbelowsealevel,thecityisatriskforflooding.Emergencymanagementofficialsmustbeginevacuations(疏散)wellbeforeastormstrikes.Butevacuationcostsmoney:businessesclose,touristsleave,andcitizenstakeprecautionarymeasures.ThemayorofNewOrleansestimatedthathiscity'spreparationsforGeorgescostmorethan50million.AfterGeorgesmissedNewOrleans,someresidentsquestionedthevalueofthehurricaneforecastsinthefaceofsuchhighcosts.

  ThedifferentviewsontheearlywarningsforHurricaneGeorgesshowsomeofthecomplexitiesrelatedtopredictingdisasters.Disasterpredictionisaprocessofprovidingscientificinformationtothegovernmentofficialsandotherdecisionmakerswhomustrespondtothosepredictions.

  67.Whatisthepurposeofdisasterpredictionaccordingtothepassage?

  A.Toidentifythecauseofdisasters.

  B.Tosavepeople'slivesandproperty.

  C.Topreventnaturaldisastersfromhappening,

  D.Toapplyadvancedtechnologytodisasterprediction.

  68.Whichofthefollowingareassufferedthemostseveredamage?

  A.PuertoRico.B.NewOrleans.

  C.Biloxi,Mississippi.D.Galveston,Texas.

  69.ThecityresidentsofNewOrleanswereunsatisfiedbecause___.

  A.theirpreparationsweremadeinvain

  B.thehurricanewarningarrivedratherlate

  C.theforecasthurricanedidnothitthecity

  D.theysufferedfromaheavyhurricaneattack

  70.Whatdoesthepassagemainlytalkabout?

  A.Thedifferentwaysofdisasterprediction.

  B.Technologicaladvancesindisasterprediction.

  C.Thebenefitsandpreparationsofdisasterprediction.

  D.Theimportanceanduncertaintyofdisasterprediction.

  第二节(共5小题;每小题2分,共10分)

  根据短文内容,从短文后的选项中选出填入空白处的最佳选项。选项中有两项为多余选项。

  WhenJackHomerisonthejob,helivesinatent.AndhehuntsfromsunuptosundownacrosstheplainsofMontana.

  "WhenI'mwalkingaroundthefieldlookingforthings,Irunacrosssnakesand,occasionally,grizzlybears,"Homersays.Horneriscuratorofpaleontology(古生物学)attheMuseumoftheRockiesinBozeman,Montana.71

  Hornerfindsdinosaursintheformsoffossilizedbones.Heusesthesebonestohelpscientistsunderstandhowdinosaurslivedwhentheyruledtheearthmorethan65millionyearsago.

  72Tolocateagoodspottohuntforthem.Hornerusesageologicmap"Ijustlookupthegeologicageinwhichdinosaurslived,"Hornersays."Ilookonthemaptoseewherethatrockisexposedatthesurfaceoftheground.AndthenIwalkIaroundinthoseareaslookingforbones."73Theydigoutthebonesusingtoolsasbigasjackhammersandassmallasdentalpicks.Thentheytakethebones,wrappedinplastercastsforprotection,backtothemuseum.

  Hornerissogoodatfindingandinterpretingdinosaurbonesthatheisconsideredoneoftheleadingpaleontologistsintheworld.In1978,hediscoveredthefirstnestofbabydinosaurseverfound.ThenestwasthefirstevidencethatDinosaurscaredfortheiryoung.74Paleontologistsgottoknowhowdinosaurslaidtheireggsandhowtheytookcareoftheiryoung.Paleontologistslearnedallsortsofthingsthatpeoplehadn'tevenguessedatbefore.

  Hornersayssomepeoplethinkhisjobveryromanticandassumethatheisadaringadventurer.75"Gettingthestuffoutofthegroundwhenit'ssnowingorblowing40milesanhourcanbemiserable.Ofcourse,itcangettobe110degreeswithnoshadetoo."ButHorneralsoadmitsthathewouldn'tbeadinosaurhunterifitwerenotexciting.

  A.Actually,thejobismostlyhardwork.

  B.Later,trainedworkersgotothe"dig"site.

  C.Dinosaurbonesareusuallyburiedinrock.

  D.Or,toputitanotherway,heisadinosaurhunter.

  E.Iconstructtheevidencethesamewayasadetectivedoes.

  F.Healsotakesalotofnotesandphotographstorecordwhathehasfound.

  G.Horner'sdiscoveryputpaleontologistsintoanewareaofunderstandingdinosaurbehavior.

  第四部分书面表达(共两节,35分)

  第一节情景作文(20分)

  今年4月16号,北京的部分高校开展了校园开放日活动,你和你的父母前往一所你向往的大学参观咨询。请根据下面四幅图的先后顺序,写一篇英文日记,叙述你们这一天的活动及感受。

  注意:1.日记的开头已为你写好。

  2.词数不少于600

  April16Saturday,

  Sunny

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