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书名:高考英语词汇新视角(第2版)pdf/doc/txt格式电子书下载

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作者:徐志江,张柳娟编

出版社:复旦大学出版社

出版时间:2010-05-01

书籍编号:30010696

ISBN:9787309071641

正文语种:英文

字数:243000

版次:2

所属分类:外语学习-中小学英语

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高考英语词汇新视角(第2版)pdf/doc/txt格式电子书下载








内 容 提 要


本书根据上海高考英语词汇新题型的标准和要求修编而成。作者依此提供了大量以各种体裁的短文形式编写的词汇新题型测试题,并将自己几十年来重点高中英语教学和辅导经验融入这些经过精心设计的习题之中。


全书由以下两大部分内容组成:第一部分为词汇新题型,共有30套练习,每套配有5篇短文;第二部分为新编综合填空题,含有10套练习,每套同样配有5篇短文。上述选定的200篇短文中,90%以上摘自近几年的英美原版报章杂志,语言规范,难度相当,因而是高考应试者值得一练的参考用书。

前 言


本书根据全日制高级中学英语课程标准和高考中对英语词汇的要求编写而成。练习中选用的词汇不超出上海市教育考试院颁发的《高考英语词汇手册》所规定的范围。


本书从2008年2月出版以来深受广大师生的欢迎,上海新东方学校把本书作为最佳教辅书推荐给学生。由于成书于2008年秋季高考英语上海卷推出词汇新题型之前,书中部分练习不完全符合词汇新题型的考试要求,而且,书中占了很大篇幅的词汇选择题已经不再是英语高考题型,因此有必要进行修订。


修订后的新书由两大部分内容组成:第一部分为词汇新题型测试题,共有30套练习,每套练习配有5篇短文。第二部分为新编综合填空题,含有10套练习,每套练习同样配有5篇短文。编者为编写词汇新题型和综合填空题选定的200篇短文中, 90%以上摘自近几年的英美原版报章杂志,并经过精心改写或缩编。每套练习的难度由浅入深、梯度递进,学生可以根据自己的英语程度有选择地阅读、做题。


综合填空题虽然在高考英语上海卷中归入了阅读理解大题,但综合填空题的考试要求是: 在给出的词或短语的四个选项中从词义辨别角度以及句子意义角度选择正确答案,主要考查考生在词汇习得中的词汇量、词语搭配能力与词汇理解深度。所以,编者把综合填空题和词汇新题型编在一起。


英语的词和短语是静态的,若把它们与其他词语搭配在一起,并将它们用在句子里,就有了动态。本书提供了大量以短文形式编制的词汇测试题,旨在帮助学生掌握英语词汇的“动态”,强化学生英语综合运用能力,快速提高学生的应试能力。本书适用于高二和高三学生。


由于编者教学工作繁忙,水平有限,书中难免存在差错和不妥之处,恭请读者指正。


编 者


2010年4月

第一部分 词汇新题型练习


词汇练习 1


Directions: For 9 blanks in the following passage there are 10 words marked from A to J. Fill in each blank with the word that best fits the context. There is one extra word which you do not need.




短文 1

A. soft B. separate C. modest D. need E. reality F. reason G. story H. disapproved I. leaned J. fascinated

One fall day not long ago two children, 12 and 13, from Grosseto, a town in Tuscany, decided to run away. Their parents  1  of their romance, so they saved and spent their pocket money on a train to Venice. They walked through narrow streets paved in stone and wandered on the bridges over the canals. Night approached, and with it the  2  for a place to stay. They arrived at the Hotel Zecchini, a  3  guesthouse with an inviting orange-and-white awning(遮阳篷). The clerk heard a small voice ask about a room, looked up, saw nothing,  4  over the desk, and looked into the faces of two children. Doubtful about their  5  about an aunt who would arrive soon, he gently questioned them, listened, then called the police.


“Such innocence and tenderness. They just wanted to be together,” said Elisa Semenzato, the hotel manager. When the policemen arrived, they took the pair on a tour of the city in their boat, then to district headquarters in a former convent(女修道院) and put them to bed in very  6  rooms. The next day they were served a three-course meal on a table set with linens(亚麻桌布) in a hall facing the 15th-century courtyard.


Romance won but  7  returned. The parents, less than  8  by Romeo and Juliet\'s love story acted out by their children, arrived that afternoon to take them back to Grosseto, away from the  9  ache of first love and the golden beauty of Venice.


短文 2

A. interest B. future C. progress D. evidence E. profit F. seemed G. marked H. followed I. climbed J. failed

In March, 1929, Herbert Hoover rode down Pennsylvania Avenue in Washington in the rain to become the new president. “I have no fears for the  1  of our country,” he told the cheering crowd. “It is bright with hope!”


Herbert Hoover  2  to have just the right experience to lead the nation to new economic  3 . He had training in engineering, business, and national leadership. He understood economics, and had faith in the future of private business.


The clearest  4  of the public\'s faith in the economy is the stock market. And the New York stock exchange reacted to the new president with a wild increase in prices. During the months after Hoover\'s election, prices generally rose like a rocket.


Stocks valued at 100 dollars  5  to 200, then 300, 400. Men and women made huge amounts of money overnight.


Publications and economic experts advised Americans to buy stocks before prices went even higher. Time and again, people heard how rich they could become if they found and bought stocks for companies growing into industrial giants.


A number of economic experts worried about the sharp increase in stock prices that  6  Hoover\'s election. The president himself urged stock market officials to make trading more honest and safe. And he approved a move by the Federal Reserve Board to increase the  7  charged to banks. However, both efforts  8  to stop the growing number of Americans who were spending their money wildly on stocks.


In September, 1929, stock prices stopped rising. On October 24, the stock market collapsed. People remember the day as black Thursday. The stock market crash  9  the beginning of the Great Depression, a long, slow, painful fall to the worst economic crisis in American history.


短文 3

A. estimated B. elected C. required D. pieces E. hands F. bags G. initially H. eventually I. doubling J. reducing

Tiny, inland Malawi, which is called the “warm heart of Africa” by a hopeful tourism industry, is also in the hungry heart of Africa. Living in one of the poorest and most densely populated countries in Africa, the majority of Malawians are corn farmers who manage to scratch a living on less than two dollars a day. In 2005 th

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