re; have gone
C. where were the twins; have been
D. where the twins were; have gone
At first I couldn\'t believe it! There were no__36__in rows, and no bells rang. No one had to go to__37__although we all lived in the school. __38__made us go to bed at a certain time. There was no "lights out".
The__39__thing was that practically all the students went to class,__40__very few people stayed up late at night. Only the new people stayed up or__41__class. The new ones always missed class__42__, but this never lasted long.
The subjects were the same as those in a__43__school, but different in the approach(方式)! For example, in botany(植物学) we had__44__classes in spring or autumn. We planted a vegetable garden and a flower garden instead. __45__in winter we each studied a few__46__things about what we had grown. In maths the students built three different kinds of storerooms(储藏室) instead of having lessons in the classroom. They really had a__47__time too, designing(设计) everything, and drawing the blueprints.
On the whole I think I am a__48__person for having gone to the school. I can read and write as well as anyone else of my age, and I can think better. That\'s probably the big__49__between the free school and regular school-the amount of__50__you have to do for yourself.
36. A. desks B. windows C. students D. buildings
37. A. home B. bed C. class D. work
38. A. Anybody B. Nobody C. Teachers D. Parents
39. A. sad B. last C. good D. strange
40. A. and B. for C. not D. there
41. A. attended B. took C. missed D. studied
42. A. from then on B. at first C. once more D. just then
43. A. night B. regular C. small D. real
44. A. all B. short C. no D. indoor
45. A. Still B. Then C. Yet D. Next
46. A. wild B. successful C. usual D. particular(特别的)
47. A. bad B. great C. convenient(方便的) D. thoughtful
48. A. careful B. better C. busier D. lovely
49. A. problem B. chance C. difference D. change
50. A. reading B. listening C. teaching D. thinking
( A )
After reading some of the letters printed in this newspaper, I\'m beginning to believe that the carbon monoxide(一氧化碳) in this city\'s air during the past year has already affected some people\'s ability to think straight.
The suggestion for limiting(限制) the use of cars seems fair and reasonable to me. I don\'t feel that it will produce any real suffering on the part of motorists, who sometimes seem to put their right to drive above everyone else\'s right to breathe.
Surely everyone can understand that it would be worse to have to wear gas masks in our city than to travel by bus or train. After all, breathing is necessary, and we might all breathe more easily if we could reduce (减少) the amount of pollution in our air.
51. The letters referred to in the first paragraph must have________.
A. complained that carbon monoxide had affected (影响) their own ability to think
B. complained that carbon monoxide had affected other people\'s ability to think
C. disagreed to the idea of limiting the use of cars
D. thought highly of the idea to limit the use of cars
52. The writer thinks that________.
A. cars do not pollute the air as muchas some people think
B. carbon monoxide can actually affect people\'s health
C. motorists have the right to drive as much as they like
D. public vehicles (车辆) are more harmful than private cars
53. The motorists put their right to drive their cars aboveeveryone else\'s right to breathe clean air because ________.
A. they are brave B. they like driving
C. they don\'t appreciate(完全了解)the harm they\'ve caused
D. driving does no harm to other people\'s health
54. To be able to breathe cleaner air, the writer suggests ________.
A. wearing gas masks
B. reducing air pollution
C. limiting the use of buses
D. punishing the motorists
55. In writing this passage the writer is ________.
A. disagreeing with a suggestion
B. criticizing a suggestion
C. agreeing with a suggestion
D. putting forward a suggestion
Sarah Winchester lived in California. She was a very 1 woman. She didn\'t buy many jewels (珠宝) or 2 clothes. 3 , she spent millions of dollars in 4 a house. She began to do it at the age of 45. The strange thing about S
arah\' s 5 was that it seemed never finished. The work on the house went on for 38 6 because Sarah was afraid to 7 building it.
Sarah\' s house was near San Jose. Every day, a lot of 8 arrived there to work for her. Sarah wanted more rooms and more doors and more windows, 9 the workers kept on building them. The house was seven floors high and had 160 rooms. There were 200 doors and 1,000 10 . There were also three lifts, nine kitchens, and 47 fireplaces.
Why did Sarah want a house that kept getting 11 ? It was because Sarah was afraid of 12 . She thought she would die when the house was finished, so she didn\' t want her house to be finished.
Sarah Winchester\'s 13 seemed to have worked (奏效) 14 she lived to be 83 years old. But 15 , her house was finished.
( )1. A. poor B. rich C. useful D. brave
( )2. A. cheap B. expensive C. simple D. old
( )3. A. Still B. Usually C. Instead D. Even
( )4. A. building B. buying C. selling D. setting
( )5. A. door B. window C. kitchen D. house
( )6. A. years B. months C. weeks D. days
( )7. A. keep B. enjoy C. stop D. help
( )8. A. drivers B. workers C. farmers D. visitors
( )9. A. but B. until C. since D. so
( )10. A. floors B. kitchens C. windows D. rooms
( )11. A. bigger B. smaller C. stronger D. cleaner
( )12. A. working B. dying C. living D. growing
( )13. A. age B. family C. plan D. husband
( )14．A. or B. because C. neither D. nor
( )15. A. hardly B. usefully C. carefully D. finally《2007年中考英语最后测验模拟试题H》由留学liuxue86.com编辑整理