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安徽省2009年高中学业水平测试英语模拟卷(5)

    第三部分 阅读技能 (共三节,满分40分)

    第一节 阅读理解 (共12小题;每小题2分,满分24分)

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

A

Houses and Apartments to Let
House—Widestreet
Four-bedroom townhouse on Hillyside. Two washrooms, large kitchen, Two garages and a garden at the back of the house.
Near bus station and train station.
Telephone 044-2395-566
Apartment—Longroad
Three-bedroom apartment on the first floor of a modern building. Small garden. City center 20 minutes by train.
Telephone 030-4995-021
after 6:30 pm.
House—Lowlandroad
Three bed rooms upstairs, big sitting room, two bathrooms and a big kitchen, large garden in the front. Near bus stop.
Tel: 062-9957-341
Mr. Lee
Thursday
Apartment—Ringingroad
One-bedroom apartment. Fourth floor. Quiet.
Small sitting room, small kitchen, small bathroom. Near bus stop and supermarket.
Tel: 029-8824-656
Monday to Friday
Apartment—near University
Two-bedroom, each has a private bathroom, small kitchen. Good for two students to share.
Tel: 022-3968-121
before 4:30 Sunday
Apartment—town center
Bedroom, Large sitting room, small kitchen and bathroom. Good bus and train services to any part of town.
Tel: 065-9875-002

41. Mike’s grandpa is over seventy; which of the following would they probably not choose?

   A. Widestreet.       B. Longroad.     C. Lowlandroad.     D. Ringingroad.

42. Tom’s father owns two cars, and he wants to rent a place to live; Which number would the probably dial?

  A. 044-2395-566.     B. 062-9957-341.    C. 022-3968-121.     D. 065-9875-002.

43. Two students want to share an apartment, and what time can they make a call?

  A. After 6:30, on Sunday.         B. On Thursday.  

C. On Monday to Friday.         D. Before 4:30, on Sunday.

44. Phillip is a young writer. He would like to leave his parents and live alone. But he doesn’t have much money.       So he will need _________.

A. a house in Widestreet      B. an apartment in town center

C. an apartment in Longroad     D. an apartment in Ringingroad

B
    Christmas was coming. Jamie and Ted had already begun to write long letters to Santa Claus. But boys asked him for the same things. Each little letter ended with ---"Just like Brother's."

    They agreed to ask for only one sled. They would rather ride together.

    One night, after they had gone to bed, Jamie said, "Ted, if Santa Claus brings us skates, Jim can teach us how to use them."

    "Oh, yes." Jamie answered.

    Ted went on: "I'll always ride the sled down a hill, and you can ride it up."

    "I guess you won't," Jamie said loudly.

    "Why not?" Ted asked.

    "Because it'll be as much my sled as yours."

    "Yes, of course," Ted replied; "but I chose it first."

    "You are a selfish boy!" said Jamie.

    "Well, then, so are you!"

    "I don't care. I won't sleep with you. I'll ask mamma if I can't have the first pick," roared Jamie, bounding out of bed.

    "You're a big, cross cry baby," Ted shouted, jumping out after his brother.

    Away they ran to mamma. Both were angry.

    Mamma was sad. She kissed their hot faces. She told them how their naughty words hurt her. She showed them how displeased God was to see two little brothers quarrel.

    That night they went to sleep in each other's arms.

    Christmas morning came at last. Very early the boys crept out of bed, just to "feel" their stockings.

    Each little red stocking was full from toe to top. Boxes and paper parcels were piled around them.  Such a good time! It seemed as if all their letters had been answered.

    Suddenly Jamie cried, "O Ted, here's a letter!"

    They put their little heads together, and spelled this out:

    "My dear Boys,—No sled this year. It quarreled so I was afraid to bring it. I dropped it off     the load about a week ago. Get ready for it next year. Merry Christmas! "

                                                              SANTA CLAUS

45. From the beginning of the story, we can know that _______.

  A. the two brothers had good relationship

  B. the two brothers asked for different things

  C. Jim was their elder brother

  D. The two brothers slept in different room

46. Why did the brothers quarrel?

  A. Because they had different opinion about how to spend Christmas.

  B. Because they had got different gifts from Santa Clause.

  C. Because they could not ride the sled together.

  D. Because each of them wanted to ride the sled down a hill.

47. What was the result of the quarrel?

  A. Jamie won the quarrel.

  B. Both of them got punished.

  C. Both of them got their Christmas gift.

  D. They made peace.

48. What does the underlined word “it” in the last paragraph refer to?

   A. The sled.     B. The letter.     C. The stocking.      D. The box.

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