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        首页 山东省淄博市2015-2016学年高二英语下册入学考试试题

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        山东省淄博市2015-2016学年高二英语下册入学考试试题

        简介:本文档为《山东省淄博市2015-2016学年高二英语下册入学考试试题doc》,可适用于初中教育领域

        wwwksucom淄川一中高级寒假学情检测英语试卷时间:分钟分值:分  考生注意:本试卷共分。考试时间分钟。答题前,考生务必将密封线内的项目填写清楚。请将试卷答案填在试卷后面的答题卷上。第Ⅰ卷第一部分 听力(共两节,满分分)第一节 (共小题每小题分,满分分)听下面段对话,每段对话后有一个小题,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。听完每段对话后,你?#21152;?#31186;钟的时间来回答有关小题和阅读下一小题。每段对话仅读一遍。What’stherelationshipbetweenthetwospeakersABossandsecretary      BHusbandandwife      CTeacherandstudentWhatisthemandoingAAskingforpermissionBAskingforhelpCAskingthewayWhatdoesthemanmeanAThecaristooexpensiveBThecarisworthitspriceCThecarisn’tofgoodqualityWhoboughtthepianoAThewoman’sfatherBTheman’sfatherCThewomanWhatcanwelearnfromtheconversationAThewomanisaclosefriendofthemanBThewomanistiredofherworkCThewomanisseeingadoctor第二节 (共小题每小题分,满分分)听下面段对话或独白,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,每小题秒钟听完后,各小题将给出秒钟的作答时间。每段对话或独白读两遍。听第段材料,回答第、题。WhathappenedtothemanyesterdayAHewaslockedinBHewaslockedoutCHewastrickedWhatdoesthewomanthinkoftheman’sexperienceAAnnoyingBFunnyCImpossible听第段材料,回答第、题。WheredoestheconversationtakeplaceAInalibraryBInaclassroomCInly,whichrunsfromSeptembertothisyearThe,kilometreracedashesacrosstheeasternandcentralpartsoftheprovince,andisthelargestraceofitskindinNorthAmericaOnthesesectionsyouraceagainsttheclockratherthanothercompetitorsThisisagreatchancetotestyourcar’slimitsandyourskillsHellospring!In,thousandsoftulipbulbsgiftsfromHolland,wereplantedonOttawa’sParliamentHill,CanadaThesegiftswereathankyoutoCanadiansoldierswhohelpedsetHollandfreeinWorldWarⅡSincethen,thecapitalhasbecomehometotheCanadianTulipFestivalFromMayto,OttawaandGatineau(acityofsouthwestQuebec)willbecoveredwithbeautifulflowersBesidesthreemilliontulips,visitorscanalsoattendconcerts,featuringsomeofCanada’sbrightestmusicalstarsWhatcanpeopledoattheNewfoundlandTargaRallyAListentoDixielandandbluesBHaveatasteofCanadianwinesCHaveatestoftheirdrivingskillsDEnjoythemselvesataflowershowOnMayth,musicloversmaygoto    ?AtheCanadianTulipFestivalBtheInternationalJazzFestivalCtheNewfoundlandTargaRallyDtheOkanaganSpringWineFestivalHollandismentionedinthepassagetoshow    ?AthecrueltyofWorldWarⅡBthewisdomofCanadiansoldiersCtheoriginoftheCanadianTulipFestivalDthepopularityoftheCanadianTulipFestivalThepassageismostprobablytalkingabout    ?AthegeographyofCanadaBpopulareventsinCanadaChistoricaleventsofCanadaDtraditionalculturesinCanadaCAmanentersastoretobuymilkHewalksoutofthestorewithmilkThatisallmilkAtthesametime,awomanentersthesamegrocerystorealsotobuymilkShebuysitBut,shealsobuyschickenandlemonstomakedinnerthatnightShealsogetsabottleofwinefordrinkswithfriendsandabirthdaycardforherhusband’snieceAndthatisthedifferencebetweenthefemaleandmalebrainssimplyexplainedinagrocerystoreGenerallyspeaking,mendoonethingatatimeWomendomanyDoingmanythingsatonetimeisoftencalled“multitasking,”averypopularwordthesedaysNowscientificresearchsupportsthistheoryaboutmaleandfemalebrainsArecentstudyhasconfirmedwhatwehaveknownallalongmenandwomenthinkdifferentlyScientistsattheUniversityofPennsylvaniastudiedbrainimagesofpeopleagedfromtoyearsoldTheyfoundthatmalebrainshavemoreconnectionsononesideofthebrain,orhemisphereInthefemalebrain,theyfoundmoreactivityandconnectionsbetweentherightandleftsidesofthebrainTheleftsideofthebrainisknownasthesideof“reason”Therighthemisphereisknownasthe“creative”sideReginaVermaisaprofessorattheUniversityofPennsylvaniaShecowrotethereportShesayswhenwomenareaskedtodosomethingcomplicatedtheymightusedifferentpartsofthebrainButmengenerallyusejustoneAsaresult,mengenerallydealdirectlywithaproblemThereisastrongconnectionbetweenthe“understanding”andthe“action”partsoftheirbrainsWomen,however,mightincludeotherpartsofthebrain,likethepartconnectedwith“reason”andthepartconnectedwithsensitivitywhensolvingaproblemWomentakealessdirectpathtofindasolutionThanksforyourlisteningI’myourannouncerAnnaMatteoFromParagraph,wecanlearnthatwomen    ?AaremorehardworkingthanmenBaremoremultitaskingthanmenCaremorecarefulthanmenDgoshoppingmorethanmenWhenaskedtodosomethingcomplicated,men    ?Aonlyusethe“reason”sideofthebrainBonlyusethe“creative”sideofthebrainCusedifferentpartsofthebrainDuseonepartofthebrainWhatcanbeinferredfromthepassageAMenlikedoingsomethingdifficultBMentakealessdirectpathtofindasolutionCWomenusuallydealwithaproblemindirectlyDWomenbrainshavemoreconnectionsononesideThemainpurposeofthepassageistotellus    ?AthatmenandwomenreallydothinkdifferentlyBwhowanttogoshoppingmore,menorwomenCwhywomenwanttodomanythingsatonetimeDthatmenandwomenallliketodrinkmilkDYoumustbesurprisedtoknowthatringingrocksdoexistAfieldofuniqueboulders(卵石)isinthemidstoftheacreRingingRocksCountyParkinPennsylvaniaSpreadoutacrossseventoeightacres,thebouldersproduceanunusualmetallic‘clang’(叮当声)whenstruckwithahammeroranotherpieceofrockTheseringingrocksattractthousandsoftouristseachyearNativeAmericanshaveknownabouttherocksforcenturies,andpassedontheirknowledgetothefirstWhitesettlersinthemidsThestrangephenomenonhasbaffledscientistsandgeologistsforyearsSeveralexperimentshavebeenconductedontheringingrocks,buttheexactreasonfortheunusualsoundremainsunknownRichardFaas,ageologistfromPennsylvania,testedafewoftherocksinhislabinHediscoveredthatwhenstruck,eachindividualrockproducedlowfrequencytonesthataren’theardbythehumanearThetonesfrommultiplerocksinteract(相互作用)witheachotherandit’sthecollectivesoundthatwegettohearFaasstillcouldn’texplainwhytheserocksweresospecialTheyaremadeofavolcanicmattercalleddiabaseconsistingofironandotherhardmineralslikeallstonesButsomethingaboutthecomposition(成分)makesthemdifferentSomeotherscientistsbelievethatthestresswithintherocksisresponsiblefortheringingSurprisingly,there’salmostnovegetationorplantlifeintheareaNoteveninsectsThefootdeepfieldishotterthantheforestsurroundingitandprovidesverylittleintermsoffoodorshelterAfewhaveclaimedthatcompassesdon’tworkinthearea,butnomarkofhighbackgroundradiationandabnormalmagneticfields(磁场)haseverbeenfoundWhat’sthebesttitleofthepassageATheRingingRocksofPennsylvaniaBTheFormingoftheRingingRocksCAStrangeNaturalPhenomenonDTheExperimentsaboutRocksTheunderlinedword“baffled”inthesecondparagraphprobablymeans“    ”?AdisappointedBpuzzledCamusedDinterestedWhatdidRichardFaasdiscoverbyhisexperimentsAEachindividualrockcanletoutsoundwecanhearBThestresswithintherocksprobablymakesthemringCThesoundoftheringingrockresultsfrommanyrocksDTheserocksproduceradiationandharmfulmagneticfieldThelastparagraphmainlytellsus    ?AtheharmoftheringingrocksBthetemperatureoftheringingrocksCthepoorsoilaroundtheringingrocksDsomeotherverystrangethingsintheareaofringingrocks第二节 (共小题每小题分,满分分)根据短文内容,从短文后的选项中选出能填入空白处的最佳选项,选项中有两项为多余选项。TransportisoneoftheaidstotradeBymovinggoodsfromplaceswheretheyareplentifultoplaceswheretheyarescarce,transportaddstotheirvalueThemoreeasilygoodscanbebroughtoverthedistancethatseparatesproducerandconsumer,thebetterfortrade  ?ThegreatadvancesmadeintransportduringthelasttwohundredyearswereaccompaniedbyabigincreaseintradeQuickertransportmakespossiblemassproductionandbigbusiness,drawingsuppliesfrom,andsellinggoodsto,allpartsoftheglobe  Bigcitystorescouldnothavedevelopedunlesscustomerscouldtraveleasilyfromthesuburbsandgoodscouldbedeliveredtotheirhomes?  MuchofthefishlandedattheportswouldbewastedifitcouldnotbetakenquicklytoinlandtownsTransporthasgivenusamuchgreatervarietyoffoodsandgoodssincewenolongerhavetoliveonwhatisproducedlocallyFoodswhichatonetimecouldbeobtainedonlyduringapartoftheyearcannowbeobtainedallthroughtheyearTransporthasraisedthestandardofliving?Bymovingfuel,rawmaterials,andevenpower,forexample,throughelectriccables,transporthasledtotheestablishmentofindustriesandtradeinareaswheretheywouldhavebeenimpossiblebeforeThecheaperandquickertransportbecomes,thelongerthedistanceoverwhichgoodscanprofitablybecarriedPoortransportrestrictsthedevelopmentoftheeconomy,thusresultinginalowstandardofliving  ?Commercerequiresnotonlythemovingofgoodsandpeoplebutalsothecarryingofmessagesandinformation  Inthisway,advancedcommunicationsystemsalsohelptodeveloptrade?ATransportalsopreventswasteBBigfactoriescouldnotexistwithouttransportCWithoutconvenienttransportation,tradewouldbeonasmallscaleDCountrieswithpoorertransporthavealowerstandardoflivingECostsavingsareusuallyenjoyedbyhouseownersandoperatorsFTransportintheRepublicofIndiaisanimportantpartofthenation’seconomyGMeansofcommunication,liketelephonesandradio,sendinformationtodifferentpartsoftheworld第三部分 英语知?#23545;?#29992;(共两节,满分分)第一节 完形填空(共小题每小题分,满分分)阅读下面短文,从短文后各题所给的四个选项(A、B、C和D)中,选出可以填入空白处的最佳选项。IhavelivedinIndiaforyears,andrecentlywastravelingfromMumbaitoJaipurforworkArrivingattheairportearly,Iwas  tohangouttokillthetimeIwanderedaround  forawhileWithoutmuchelsetodo,Idecidedto  thegiftshopnearbyAsIwalkedaroundthestore,twoAmericanwomenhavinganapoutsideplacedthemselvesdirectlyinmylineof  Itlookedasiftheyhadbeenattheairportforhours,andIfeltitnecessarytodosomethingtohelp  theirlongwait?Ilookedaroundthestoreforafewmoments,and  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buthergratitude,andcametofeelthat,eventhoughwewerefromdifferentplaces,wewerefriends?AorderedBrequiredCinvitedDadvisedAhopefullyBexcitedlyCaimlesslyDcautiouslyAenterBdescribeCleaveDbuyAmindBsightCheadDheartAeaseBridCescapeDjumpAdreamtofBapprovedofCendedupDgaveupAbookBnoteCnewspaperDcardAterribleBforgettableCenjoyableDboringAquicklyBquietlyCheavilyDanxiouslyAwarnBremindCtroubleDwakeAattemptBcuriosityCpatienceDadventureAattractedBcaughtCforgaveDthankedAgratitudeBkindnessCpuzzleDsatisfactionAevenifBsothatCincaseDasifApredictedBworriedCansweredDguessedAquestionedBshookCnoddedDsuspectedAsurprisedbyBgratefulforCdoubtfulaboutDproudofAfriendsBstrangersCenemiesDcompaniesAaffectedBchangedCenrichedDmadeAanythingBsomethingCeverythingDnothing第Ⅱ卷第三部分 英语知?#23545;?#29992;(共两节,满分分)第二节 (共小题每小题分,满分分)阅读下面材料,在空白处填入?#23454;?#30340;内容(不多于个单词)或括号内单词的正确?#38382;健t’sspringagain,andit’stheseasonoffireflies(萤火虫)Theirwarmandgentlelightsglitterinthequiet  (dark),especiallyinmountainousareasornearwaterNomatter  youare,orhowoldyouare,you’resuretofallundertheirspell?Formanyolderpeople,firefliesareareminderofchildhoodThat’sbecausetheywerealot  commonlongago,  theindustrialdevelopmentdestroyedsomuchfireflyhabitatWetlands  (appear)andchemicalsweredumpedintoriversFireflieswereleftwith  tofeedorbreedWhat’smore,firefliesseemtokeepaway  artificiallightsAsthesespread,thebugsretreatedNotuntiltheyhadalmostvanished  (do)peoplerealizewhatwashappening?Overthepastfewyears,though,conservationgroupsandenthusiasticfireflylovershavecometogethertosavethesespecialcreatures,  aremakingacomebackInnaturalsettingsallaround  island,firefliesareonceagainlightingupthenightandhelpingcreatespecialmemoriesforthenextgeneration?第四部分 写作(共两节,满分分)第一节 短文改错(共小题每小题分,满分分)假定英语课上老师要求同?#20048;?#38388;?#25442;?#20462;改作文,请你修改你同桌写的以下作文。文中共?#20889;?#35821;?#28304;?#35823;,每句中最多有两处。每处错误仅涉及一个单词的增加、删除或修改。增加:在缺词处加一个漏字符号(∧),并在其下面写出该加的?#30465;?#21024;除:把多余的词用斜线()划掉。修改:在错的词下划一横线,并在该词下面写出修改后的?#30465;?#27880;意:每处错误及其修改均仅限一?#30465;?#21482;?#24066;?#20462;改处,多者(从第处起)不计分。TheMidAutumnFestivalfallonthethoftheeighthmonthofourChineselunarcalendarForoneofthetraditionalChinesefestival,ithasbeenenjoyinggreatpopularityinourcountryUsually,nomatterhowfarawayfromorhowbusywewere,wewilltrytoreturnhomeforthecelebrationThemoonthatnightlooksbrightestinthewholelunarmonthWhichwelovemostisthetimeweenjoythefullmoontogetherWiththebeautifulmoonupinthesky,wesittogetheroreatmooncakesandfruit,shareourstoriesInadditiontothesetraditionalactivities,wehaveawiderrangeofchoicessoastravelingandvisitingourrelativesorfriends第二节 书面表达(满分分)某家英语报社向中学生征稿,主题是叙述一项高中阶段一直想做却没有做到,因而想在进入大学后尽情去做的休闲活动(例如旅游、运动、看电影、听音乐、读自?#21512;不?#30340;书等)。请根据下列要点和你的畅想完成短文。首先说明高中阶段未能做到该项活动的原因叙述进大学后如何做这件事。注意:?#36866;?#24038;右可以?#23454;?#22686;加细节,以使行文连贯开头语已为你写好,不计入总?#36866;inceIbecameaseniorhighschoolstudent,答题纸一、阅读理解选答题(答题卡上空出):二、语法填空、、、、、、、、、、三、短文改错:TheMidAutumnFestivalfallonthethoftheeighthmonthofourChineselunarcalendarForoneofthetraditionalChinesefestival,ithasbeenenjoyinggreatpopularityinourcountryUsually,nomatterhowfarawayfromorhowbusywewere,wewilltrytoreturnhomeforthecelebrationThemoonthatnightlooksbrightestinthewholelunarmonthWhichwelovemostisthetimeweenjoythefullmoontogetherWiththebeautifulmoonupinthesky,wesittogetheroreatmooncakesandfruit,shareourstoriesInadditiontothesetraditionalactivities,wehaveawiderrangeofchoicessoastravelingandvisitingourrelativesorfriends四、书面表达?:SinceIbecameaseniorhighschoolstudent,参考答案听力部分录音材料(Text)M:Oh,theheatisunbearable!Didn’tyouturnontheairconditioner,HoneyW:IdidButourairconditionerdoesn’tcoolwell!(Text)M:ExcusemeCouldIsmokehere,madamW:I’msorry,butyouseethatmybabyissleepinghereWhydon’tyougotothesmokingareabetweenCarriagesand(Text)W:Oh,that’stoobad!IjustlostanotherdollarsinthisstupidcarM:I’mnotsurprisedIt’salwaysoutoforder(Text)M:Whatanicepiano!Howwonderful!W:Yes,itisMyfatherboughtitformelastweekAndIlikeitverymuch(Text)M:Hello,MrsWhite,whatcanIdoforyouW:Idon’tknowwhat’sthematterwithmeIamalwaysfeelingtiredIamusuallywornoutattheendoftheday(Text)M:Hello,JoanYou’llneverguesswhathappenedyesterdayIgotlockedintheofficeW:Whatdoyoumean“lockedin”M:Well,mycolleaguedidn’trealizeIwasstillintheoffice,sowhenhelefthelockedthedoorfromoutsideW:Oh,noThenhowdidyougetoutM:IcalledanothercolleaguewhowasintheofficenextdoorIhadtopushthekeyunderthedoorforhimsohecouldletmeoutW:That’sfunnyI’veneverheardofanyonegettinglockedinratherthanlockedoutM:IknowMywifelaughedatmeallevening(Text)W:WhatcanIdoforyou,youngboyM:Yes,IwanttobuyageographybookW:I’msorry,butwe’vesoldoutM:SoldoutIt’sunbelievable!HowcanthatbeW:Wereceivedthewrongnumberofbooks,We’restillshortofthirtybooksM:ThenwhatshouldIdoThismorninginmyfirstclassourteacheraskedustoreviewtwounitsforThursdayW:We’llbegettingtherestnextMondayM:Butthatdoesn’thelpnow!W:WhynotasksomeonewhohasabooktosharewithyouM:ThatwouldbeniceThanks!(Text)W:HowcanIhelpyou,sirM:Ineedasuit,pleaseW:Wehavesweatsuits,casualsuits,andbusinesssuitsWhichkinddoyouwantM:ThelastoneW:Well,theycomeinthreedifferentpricerangesThereareonsaleclothes,fashionablesuits,andbestsellersM:What’sthepricerangeforeachW:OnsaleclothesstartatdollarsandgoashighasdollarsThefashionablesuitsonthesecondfloorarebetweenand,dollarsBestsellersareonthethirdfloor,andtheyarebetweenanddollarsM:Icanspendup,todollarsW:Inthatcase,havealookatboththeonsaleclothesandthebestsellersM:WherearetheonsaleclothesW:GostraightdowntothefirstfloorM:OKI’llgotherefirst(Text)W:Darling,wehaveonlyonetowelM:ShallIcallroomserviceW:Yes,andtellthemtosendupsomebreakfasttoourroom,tooM:OKWhatwouldyoulikeforbreakfastW:IthinkI’llhavesometoast,aboiledegg,andcoffeewithcreamM:ButyouusuallyhaveonlyacupofmilkforbreakfastathomeW:Well,whenyoudon’thavetocook,youenjoythemealmoreDon’tyouthinksoM:YesYoualwaysdosomuchforourfamily,dearThat’swhyIalwayswantedyoutohaveaholidayYouneedalittlerelaxationW:You’rethemostconsideratehusbandintheworldM:Thankyou,andyouarethemostperfectwifeintheworldW:You’retoosweet,youknowOh,canyouhelpmewiththehotwaterIwanttotakeashower,butIdon’tknowhowtoturnthehotwateronI’veneverseenequipmentlikethatinabathroombefore(Text)BacktothenewsLastFridayastormhittwovillagesdestroyingfourteenhousesSevenothersweresobadlydamagedthattheirownershadtoleavethem,andfifteenothershadbrokenwindowsOnepersonwaskilled,andninewerebadlyinjuredandtakentohospitalAnumberofotherpeoplereceivedsmallinjuriesAltogetherovertwohundredwerelefthomelessasaresultofthestormAfarmersaidthestormbeganearlyinthemorningandlastedoveranhourHewasinthekitchenwithhiswifeandhischildrenwhentheyheardaloudnoiseAfewminuteslatertheirhousefelldownontopofthemTheymanagedtoclimbout,butthenhesawthatoneofhischildrenwasmissingHewentbackinsideandfoundhimsafebutveryfrightenedAwomansaidthatherhusbandhadjustleftforworkwhenshenoticedthatherhousewasshakingSherushedoutsideimmediatelywithherchildrenTherewasnotimeforhertotakeanythingAfewminuteslater,theroofcamedownSoldierswenttotheareatohelpthepeopleintrouble试题答案~ BACAC ~ ABCAB ~ CACCB ~ BBCABB 细节题。根据第段的“Asheglancedathisneighbor’shouse,herealizedthatitwasonfire”可知Nick和Penny是邻居。B 细节题。根据第段的第、句可知,Nick是在早上点分左右发现火?#20540;摹 推断题。根据最后一段的“Shesaidthatthefirecouldhavebeencausedbyanelectricalproblem‘Wehavebeenhavingproblemswithmice,sothatcouldhavehadsomethingtodowithit,’sheadded”可知D项正确。C 细节题。根据Areyouready部分中的“theNewfoundlandTargaRally”和“Thisisagreatchancetotestyourcar’slimitsandyourskills”可知C项正确。A 细节题。根据Hellospring!部分中的“theCanadianTulipFestivalFromMayto”和“concerts,featuringsomeofCanada’sbrightestmusicalstars”等信息可知,在五月十日音乐节爱好者们可能会去参加加拿大的郁金香节。故选A项。C 推断题。根据Hellospring!部分中的“ThesegiftswereathankyouhometotheCanadianTulipFestival”可知,作者之所以提到荷兰是为了说明加拿大郁金香节的来历。故选C项。B 推断题。根据文章首段中的“we’vecollectedourfavoritemustseeeventsacrossCanada”和下文中的相关内容可知,文章是在介绍加拿大各地的节庆活动。B 细节题。根据第段可知,一名男?#24188;?#36827;一家商店买牛奶,买的只?#20449;?#22902;而一名女?#24188;?#36827;同一家商店,也是买牛奶。但她除了买牛奶外,还买了许多其他的东西。并根据该段中的最后一句可得出答案。D 细节题。根据第段的“ShesayswhenwomenareaskedtodosomethingcomplicatedtheymightusedifferentpartsofthebrainButmengenerallyusejustone”可知。C 推断题。根据倒数第段可知,?#34892;?#36890;常直接处理问题。他们大脑中的“理解”和“行动”部分之间有很强的连接。而女性可能会包含大脑的其他部分,例如解决问题时会用到理性部分和?#34892;?#37096;分。女性在寻?#21307;?#20915;方案时并不那么直接。因?#25628;项。A 推断题。这篇科研报道主要报道了?#20449;?#24605;考大不相同以?#25353;?#26469;的结果,并解释了其原因。故选A项。A 主旨题。文章第句“Youmustbesurprisedtoknowthatringingrocksdoexist?#26412;?#24341;出了本文的中心词:振铃岩石(TheRingingRocks)。B 词义推测题。根据第段的“Severalexperimentshavebeenconductedontheringingrocks,buttheexactreasonfortheunusualsoundremainsunknown”可知,这?#21046;婀值?#29616;象多年来使科学家和地质学家一直困惑(baffle)。C 细节题。根据第段的“Thetonesfrommultiplerocksinteractwitheachotherandit’sthecollectivesoundthatwegettohear”可知,振铃岩石的声音是许多岩石之间相互作用、相互碰撞发出的声音,它们被收集到一起发出的声音才能让我们听到。D 推断题。最后一段中提到在有振铃岩石的地域没有植被,昆虫,甚至比周围森?#20540;?#24102;还热,还有人声称指南针在此失灵。这些都是关于在这一地区的另外一些非常奇?#20540;?#20107;情。~ CBADGD 考查动?#30465;?#26681;据上文可知作者到达机场特别早,因此别人建议他逛逛周围的商店来打发时间。C 考查副?#30465;?#20316;者仅仅是为了打发时间,因此他的闲逛是毫无目的的。aimlessly“漫无目的地”。A 考查动?#30465;?#30001;于没有什么其他的事情要做,作者决定进入附近的一家礼品店逛逛。B 考查名?#30465;?#20316;者进入了那家商店,两个小睡的美国人进入了作者的眼帘。inmylineofsight“出现在我的视线中”。A 考查动?#30465;?#32467;合上文可知,此时作者感到有必要做点什么来缓解他们的长期等待。ease“减轻缓和放松”。C 考查动词短语。此处叙述作者逛商店买了一个玩具。endup“(以……)结束”。B 考查名?#30465;?#26681;据下文可知作者向商店的老板要了纸和?#30465; 考查形容?#30465;?#26681;据“Whenyougetupifthismakesyousmile,itwouldmeantheworldtomeHaveagoodtrip”可知作者祝他们旅?#23621;?#24555;。enjoyable“愉快的快?#20540;摹薄 考查副?#30465;?#20316;者为了不惊醒她们,因此?#37027;?#22320;走近她们,打算把玩具和?#25945;?#25918;到她们那儿。D 考查动?#30465;?#26681;据下文的“Itriedtobeasslowaspossible”可知,作者这样做的目的是不想把她们弄?#36873; 考查名?#30465;?#22312;作者把玩具和?#25945;?#25918;过去后打算离开的时候,其中一人醒了。attempt“尝试”。B 考查动?#30465;?#22312;作者打算离开的时候,其中一人醒了,看到了这一幕,catch此处意为“发现”,符合语?#22330; 考查名?#30465;?#26681;据下文“MaybeshethinksI’mathief!”可知她一开始不知道作者的意图,因此看着作者的神情应该是困惑。D 考查连?#30465;?#36215;初那个醒来的美国人很疑惑,再后来看到了?#25945;?#21644;玩具,于是困惑消除,高兴起来,似乎这是别人对她做过的最好的事情。D 考查动?#30465;?#26681;据上文“Isthisforme”可知她在猜测。C 考查动?#30465;?#26681;据上文可知作者表示认可,因此点点头。nod“点头”。B 考查形容词短语。作者做了一件好事,因此她对我的行为表示感激。begratefulfor“为……而?#34892;弧薄 考查名?#30465;?#27492;处是作者的感想:仅在几分钟内“我们?#26412;?#19981;再是陌生人了,而是成为了朋?#36873; 考查动?#30465;?#20316;者同她握了握手,她的笑容使我高兴起来。makeone’sday“使得某人开心”。D 考查代?#30465;?#20043;后作者带着她的感激之情走开了。nothingbut“除……之外什么也没?#23567;薄arkness who more before disappeared nowhere from did which 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