一、教育综合知识: 选择题：每题 1.25 分，共 8 题，共 10 分。
每题 0.94 分，共 10 题，共 9.4 分
每题 1.06 分，共 10 题，共 10.06 分
每题 2.05 分，共 20 题，共 41 分
每题 1 分，共 10 题，共 10 分
每题 1 分，共 1 题，共 10 分
每题 9 分，共 1 题，共 9 分
1、选择题（每题 1.25 分，共 8 题，共 10 分）
1、选择题（每题 0.94 分，共 10 题，共 9.4 分）
1. I really didn’t understand____ made my son so sad this morning.
A.what was it B.what it was that
C.it was what that
D.what was it that
2. If nothing_____,the oceans will turn into fish deserts.
B.had been done
3. A lot of language learning, ____has been discovered, is happening in the first year
of life, so parents should talk much to their children during that period.
4. The witnesses______ by the police just now described the fight quite differently.
B. being questioned
C. to be questioned
5. When I walked slowly through the market, where people_____all kinds of fruits
and vegetables. I studied the prices carefully and bought what I needed.
B. were selling
C. had sold
D. have sold
7. Many lifestyle patterns do such __ great harm to health that they actually speed up
__weakening of the human body.
B. /; the
C. a; the
D. /; /
8.The founder of the American drama is _____.
A. Arthur Miller
B．Eugene O' Neill
9. He decided that he would drive all the way home instead of _____at a hotel for the
10.Running is a good exercise. _______, it doesn’t pollute the air.
2、完形填空(每题 1.06 分，共 10 题，共 10.06 分)
Behind our house is the start of a fascinating trail (小径). This trail is one of the
old roads that wind through untold miles of forest. My dog, Beans, and I walk the trail
frequently. Normally, Beans sniffs alongside the trail to follow the smell of a deer
track or__11__some cause known only to him.
Beans is a white dog, quite handsome and very__12__. He not only understands
what we tell him, but also often makes sounds as if he were trying to__13__back.
One morning, we took a different route, which led us to an unfamiliar trail. I was sure
this trail would eventually lead us to our familiar__14__. But, no. We seemed to be
far off course. After two hours, I suddenly realized that Beans probably__15__the
way home. So I urged, “Beans, take me home.” He ran down a new trail. But it
merely led to an intersection (岔道口) of trails.
Soon it became__16__that we were getting nowhere. We had walked about ten
miles. But Beans seemed totally__17__. The sniffing and exploring was going well
Finally, we__18__a crossroad near a highway. Lady Luck suggested I should
turn left. We did and__19__reached a cottage beside a field. I knocked on the door
and explained my situation to an old man. He laughed and then drove us home.
Since our adventure, I__20__that Beans probably knew all along how to get home. He
was just having too much fun exploring new trails.
17.A. unconcerned B. unconscious
18.A. left for
B. went off
C. came to
D. drove toward
参考答案：11-15 CADBA 16-20 DACDC
三、阅读理解(每题 2.05 分，共 20 题，共 41 分)
Most of the time, the ground feels solid beneath our feet. That's comforting. But it's
also misleading because there's actually a lot going on underground. Masses of land
(called plates) slip, slide, and bump against each other, slowly changing the shape of
continents and oceans over millions and billions of years.
Scientists know that Earth formed about 4.5 billion years ago. They also know that
our planet was hot at first. As it cooled, its outermost layer, called the crust （地壳),
eventually formed moving plates. Exactly when this shift happened, however, is an
Now, an international group of researchers has an answer. They've found new
evidence suggesting that Earth's crust started shifting at least 3.8 billion years ago.
The new estimate is l. 3 billion years earlier than previous ones.
Not long before 3. 8 billion years ago, lots of small planets were hitting Earth,
keeping its crust in a hot, melting state. After the hard crust formed, much of it sank at
various times into the planet's hot insides. There, it melted before returning to the
In some places, however, the crust never sank. One of the oldest such places is in
Greenland, in an area called the Isua supracrustal (上地壳) belt. The rocky crust there
is between 3.7 and 3.8 billion years old. The belt was once part of the seafloor, but
now it is exposed to air.
The researchers recently took a close look at the Isua supracrustal belt. They noticed
long, parallel cracks in the rock that have been filled in with a type of volcanic rock.
To explain this structure, the scientists propose that tension in the crust caused the
seafloor to crack open long ago. Hot liquid rock oozed from deep inside Earth to fill
the cracks. Finally, the whole area cooled, forming what we see today.
That explanation, plus chemical clues inside the rock, suggests that the Isua
supracrustal belt was once part of plate under the ocean, beginning around 3.8 billion
“It's a fantastic case of solving a jigsaw puzzle,”says one of the researchers. He notes
that the puzzle was “a very difficult one because these rocks are all very old and have
been badly ruined".
21.The underlined phrase “oozed from" in Paragraph 7 is closest in meaning
A. filled up gradually
B. washed away quickly
C. flew out of slowly
D. broke through suddenly
22.What can we infer from the text?
A. The shapes of continents and oceans changed slowly.
B. The Earth's crust started shifting l.3 billion years ago.
C. The crust began to shift when the Earth was hot.
D. The hit from small planets made the Earth cool.
23.What do scientists know about the past of the Isua supracrustal belt?
A. It was once covered by hot, liquid rock. B. It remained under the deep sea.
C. It stayed hot and sinking.
D. It kept moving slowly.
24.The text is mainly about________.