高考英语二轮专题课件

2017-09-02玉玲 课件

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  高考英语二轮专题课件

  1.— I wonder if I could use your mobile phone.

  — ____.

  A. I wonder how B. I don’t wonder

  C. Sorry, it’s out of order D. No wonder, here it is

  2. ?Wasn’t it Dr Wang who spoke to you just now?

  — ____.

  A. I didn’t know he was B. Yes, it was

  C. No, he wasn’t D. Yes, he did

  3. — Have you got time on Monday?

  — ____

  A. Of course not. B. It’s certain.

  C. You can say that again. D. Why? I’ll stay at home.

  4. — Sorry, I couldn’t come to the party. I was sick that day.

  — ____.

  A. I don’t know that B. That’s all right

  C. Yes, we’ll have another party D. No, the party wasn’t held

  5. — Thank you ever so much for the present you brought me.

  — ____.

  A. No,thanks B. I’m glad you like it

  C. Please don’t say so D. No, it’s not so good

  6. — Would you do me a favor and carry these books?

  — ____.

  A. Yes, that’s right B. No trouble

  C. Never mind D. With pleasure

  7. — ____.

  — Thank you. I certainly will.

  A. Happy birthday to you B. Let me help you with your English

  C. Please remember me to your grandparents D. Don’t forget to post the letter

  8. — Hello. May I speak to Bill, please?

  — ____.

  A. Bill speaking B. I’m Bill

  C. You are speaking to Bill D. I’m speaking

  9. — ____?

  — No, thanks. I’m just looking around. I’ll let you know if I want anything.

  A. Have you made up your mind what you want

  B. What do you want

  C. Can I help you

  D. Do you like it

  10. — I think you look very nice in the red dress.

  — ____.

  A. Oh, no, I don’t look nice at all

  B. I’m glad you think so

  C. I don’t like red but my mom made me wear it

  D. You are very kind

  11. — I’m so tired, working all morning on the farm.

  — Why not take a rest , then?

  — ____.

  A. Because I can’t afford it B. Maybe I should

  C. I don’t know D. Sorry, I can’t tell you

  12. — Have you heard that Susan has been elected mayor of the city?

  — After working so hard for so many years, ____.

  A. she surely welcomes it B. she has certainly earned it

  C. she is welcome to it D. it’s good news

  13. — Can you post these letters for us on your way home?

  — ____.

  A. No problem B. It’s all right C. Fine D. I hope so

  14. — Do you happen to have twenty dollars on you?

  — ____?

  — I want to buy a reference book.

  A. Do you want the money B. What will you want to do

  C. How much D. What for

  15. — How’s everything going?

  — ____.

  A. Everything is finished B. Everything has been done

  C. Not so bad, you know D. Not doing wrong, you know

  16. — Would you rather come on Friday or Saturday?

  — ____

  A. Yes, of course. B. The other is better.

  C. What’s the matter? D. Either would suit me.

  17. — ____.

  — It’s nothing to worry about. I never liked it anyway.

  A. I lost my walkman this morning

  B. I feel awful. I’ve got a cold

  C. I feel terrible, but I’ve left your tape somewhere

  D. I’m sorry, but we don’t have that medicine

  18. — Jane: Tom, let me introduce you to Lucy.

  — Tom: ____

  — Lucy: Hi, I’m Lucy Lee.

  A. What’s your name? B. Hello. C. Nice to see you. D. Sorry, not right now.

  19. — What’s happened to my library books?

  — ____ .

  A. I’ve no idea B. You borrowed them from the library

  C. You bought them yesterday D. They’re about wild animals

  20. — My children are always arguing.

  — ____

  A. Just leave them alone. B. That’s right.

  C. Are you sure? D. How old are the boys?

  21. — Where is Tom this morning?

  — He’s got a cold.

  — ____

  A. Just tell him to take it easy. B. What’s the matter with him?

  C. He is absent. D. What? Where is he?

  22. — I’m so sorry for stepping on your foot.

  — ____.

  A. That’s all right B. No, it’s my fault

  C. You didn’t hurt me at all D. Yes, don’t worry about it

  23. — You’ve won the football game. Congratulations!

  — ____.

  A. It’s nice of you to say so B. We are really lucky

  C. No one else could do it D. Oh, not really

  24. — Do you feel like taking a walk in the park?

  — ____.

  A. You may ask your brother to go, too

  B. Yes, but I can’t afford the time

  C. No, I’m really not in the mood for it this evening

  D. No, I’d like it

  25. — I wonder what the weather will be like tomorrow.

  — ____

  A. I don’t like the weather at this time of the year.

  B. I don’t mind if it is going to rain tomorrow.

  C. Why read the newspaper yourself?

  D. Let’s listen to the weather report on the radio at ten.

  26. — I’ll meet you outside the cinema in an hour, OK?

  — ____.

  A. No, 2 hours later B. Yes, that’s a good idea

  C. OK, but I can manage D. No, I don’t think so

  27. — Your tie goes very well with your shirt.

  — ____

  A. Oh, I got it on sale. B. I bought it at half price.

  C. Does it really look OK? D. No, not so nice.

  28. — Have you got any oranges and apples?

  — ____

  A. Yes, madam, on the second shelf over there.

  B. The oranges are very cheap.

  C. You like apples, don’t you?

  D. Of course, we have some fruits.

  29. — Excuse me, you left this handbag in the shop.

  — ____

  A. It’s not my fault. B. Oh, thank you.

  C. I’m sorry. I’m busy. D. It’s mine!

  30. — ____

  — Drop in if you have time.

  — Sure. Bye!

  A. Well, I really must be going now.

  B. I wonder if you could let me go now.

  C. Do you mind if I leave now?

  D. What a shame that I want to go now!

  31. — Let’s go swimming, shall we?

  — ____.

  A. It’s my pleasure B. It doesn’t matter

  C. Yes, let’s go D. I agree with you

  32. — I enjoyed the food very much.

  — I’m glad you liked it. Please drop in any time you like.

  — ____

  A. Is it all right? B. I’m afraid I won’t be free.

  C. Yes, I will. D. That’s great.

  33. — I’m afraid I can’t finish the book this week.

  — ____.

  A. Please go ahead B. That’s right

  C. Not at all D. Take your time

  34. — Hello, may I have an appointment with the doctor?

  — ____

  A. Sorry, he is busy at the moment.

  B. Why didn’t you call earlier?

  C. Certainly. May I know your name?

  D. Sorry, he doesn’t want to see you.

  35. — You’ve given us a wonderful English dinner, Mrs.Smith.

  — ____.

  A. Oh, I’m afraid I didn’t cook very well

  B. I’m glad you enjoyed it

  C. Come again when you are free

  D. It’s not necessary for you to say so

  36. — ____

  — Oh, what a nice house!

  — I’m glad you like it. Let me show you around it first.

  A. Let’s drive to my house. B. Here we are.

  C. Would you like to see my house? D. My house is behind the hill.

  37. — Do you enjoy listening to records?

  — I find records are often ____ or better than an actual performance.

  A. as good as B. as good C. as well as D. good as

  38. — What kind of food would you like to have?

  — ____ but Japanese.

  — How about Korean, then?

  A. Anything B. Something C. Everything D. Nothing

  39. — Would you mind ____ the window? It’s hot here!

  — ____.

  A. to open; No, please B. open; Yes, please

  C. opening; No, of course not D. opening; Yes, please

  40. — Could I borrow your camera?

  — ____. But you will have to buy some film.

  A. I’m sorry B. Of course not C. Sure D. I hope so

  41. — Hello, this is 8325788.

  — ____?

  A. How are you B. Will you come tonight

  C. Can I take a message D. Is that Mike

  42. — Thank you for a wonderful meal.

  — ____.

  A. The same to you B. It’s my pleasure

  C. Thank you all the same D. No, that’s all right

  43. — I’d rather have some wine, if you don’t mind.

  — ____.

  A. No, you’d better not B. Not at all, anything you want

  C. Thank you all the same D. Yes, but not good

  44. — Why didn’t you go to the cinema yesterday?

  — I ____, but my wife returned from France the moment I was leaving.

  A. was going to B. would C. did D. had

  45. — Goodbye! I’m glad ____ you.

  — ____, too.

  A. to see; I B. to have seen; Me C. to see; Me D. seeing; I

  46. — Do you have the time?

  — Sorry, I have no watch.

  — ____

  A. What a shame! B. Thanks anyway.

  C. It doesn’t matter. D. Why not buy one?

  47. You’ve missed your ____, and you will have to wait for the next round.

  A. chance B. turn C. time D. part

  48. — $1,500, but that’s my last offer.

  — OK. It’s a ____.

  A. cost B. price C. reward D. deal

  49. — We were talking about the new play ____, remember?

  — Yes, I enjoyed it very much.

  A. the other day B. another day C. some day D. other day

  50. — You keep on coughing. What’s the matter?

  — Oh, I’ve got a cold. Nothing serious, ____.

  A. yet B. indeed C. though D. anyway

  51. — These boxes are too heavy for me to move.

  — Here, I’ll give you a hand ____ them.

  A. for B. to C. with D. by

  52. — What’s the weather forecast ____ tomorrow?

  — Sorry, I don’t know.

  A. for B. to C. with D. of

  53. You should take the medicine after you read the ____.

  A. lines B. words C. instructions D. suggestions

  54. Although we hadn’t met for twenty years, I recognized him ____ I saw him.

  A. the moment B. one moment C. by the moment D. for the moment

  55. Help has already come from them, but the aid is ____ near what we expected.

  A. everywhere B. somewhere C. anywhere D. nowhere

  56. When I was in danger, a bright idea suddenly ____ to me.

  A. happened B. hit C. struck D. occurred

  57. — Would you like to go to the cinema with me this evening?

  — I’d like to, but I won’t be free tonight. Let’s make ____ some other day.

  A. it B. them C. you D. this

  58. You have made a few spelling mistakes in your composition, but ____, it is fairly good.

  A. on the whole B. generally speaking C. above all D. on one hand

  59. The big earthquake is reported to have ____ more than 4,000 people homeless.

  A. remained B. had C. brought D. left

  60. — Why didn’t you come to Mike’s birthday party yesterday?

  — Well, I ____, but I forgot it.

  A. should B. must C. should have D. must have

  61. I hear Mr. Smith was writing a story last year and he still ____.

  A. do B. does C. is D. am

  62. — I hate talking with that guy. Look, he is coming. What should I do?

  — Don’t speak until ____.

  A. speaking B. spoken to C. spoken D. speaking to

  63. — Why do you want the book so much?

  — ____, sir.

  A. Studying B. Studied C. Studies D. To study

  64. — How are you getting on with your work?

  — Oh, I’m sorry. Things aren’t going so well as ____.

  A. plans B. planning C. planned D. to plan

  65. I wonder why you won’t do it as ____. It’s the third time you have done so.

  A. told to B. be told C. told you D. you told

  66. — Are you a teacher?

  — No, but I ____. I worked in a middle school for three years.

  A. am B. will C. do D. was

  67. The dying old man opened his mouth as if ____ something.

  A. to say B. saying C. to have said D. was saying

  68. I can’t tell you the exact time when I will get there. ____, I’ll be there as early as I can.

  A. No matter B. Anyhow C. Therefore D. Besides

  69. — I’d like to go home now.

  — Why not stay here for the night? It is so late now. ____, it is raining so hard.

  A. Besides B. Therefore C. Instead D. As a result

  70. — When did you first meet Tom?

  — On May 2, ____, the first day I came to this city.

  A. or rather B. at least C. on the whole D. in a word

  71. His best-known work that is ____ all praise is on show.

  A. without B. within C. over D. beyond

  72. He came home after midnight, and ____, he was drunk. That made his parents very angry.

  A. What is more B. On the other hand

  C. In my opinion D. In another word

  73. — ____ that you came here yesterday?

  — By train.

  A. How it was B. How was it C. How were you D. How are you

  74. It has been ten years since the Labour Party came into ____ in that country.

  A. control B. force C. power D. charge

  75. ____ we move the picture over there? Do you think it’ll look better?

  A. What about B. How far C. What if D. How come

  76. If you can ____ a second, I’ll look for Bob and tell him you are on the phone for him.

  A. depend on B. hang on C. come back D. take along

  77. He looked quite healthy though he was ____.

  A. in seventy B. in his seventies C. at seventies D. age of seventy

  78. You ____ things about. Look, what a mess in your room!

  A. always throw B. have always thrown

  C. are always throwing D. have always been throwing

  79. — I’m hungry. Let’s get something to eat.

  — Look, there’s a restaurant over there. Let me ____ you to dinner today.

  A. regard B. treat C. consider D. show

  80. — May I take your order?

  — Yes, I’d like a cup of coffee, a hot dog and some salad. What about you, Lisa?

  — ____.

  A. Me too B. Same again, please

  C. It’s all the same to me D. The same to me

  81. — I hear Johnson was badly injured in the accident.

  — ____, let’s go and see him.

  A. What’s more B. If so C. Where possible D. When necessary

  82. Being too much fat, Cathy was advised to reduce her food for each meal, yet she would ____ that.

  A. have none of B. accept

  C. listen to D. take care of

  83. — You look sad. ____?

  — Oh, my grandmother’s very ill.

  A. What’s up B. How are you

  C. What’s that D. How about you

  84. I have $50, but that isn’t ____ enough for my journey fare.

  A. almost B. nearly C. hardly D. mostly

  85. ____ you may be right , I can’t agree completely.

  A. While B. As C. If D. Since

  86. — Have a cup of tea, ____?

  — Thanks a lot.

  A. don’t you B. haven’t you C. shall we D. won’t you

  87. — Lily complains that she has never gets any mail.

  — ____. I will write her right away.

  A. She is to blame B. That’s impossible

  C. It doesn’t matter D. That’s too bad

  88. ____ that they are inexperienced, they have done a good job.

  A. Giving B. To give C. Given D. If given

  89. Don’t forget it’ll be the first time ____ in public.

  A. I’ve spoken B. I shall speak C. I will speak D. I speak

  90. — Who would you like to ____ to the cinema with you this evening?

  — No one. I would rather stay home this evening.

  A. have go B. had gone C. going D. to go

  91. — Do you know that woman in blue?

  — Of course. She is kind and always ____ beautiful smiles on her face.

  A. having on B. wears C. putting on D. dresses

  92. You can’t work out this problem ____ in this way.

  A. rather than B. other than C. more than D. less than

  93. — Would it bother you if I talked to you for a minute?

  — ____.

  A. Yes, please B. No, I don’t

  C. Yes, please don’t D. Not at all

  94. I lost my way in complete darkness and, ____ matters worse, it began to rain.

  A. making B. to make C. made D. having made

  95. — Shall I help you with the washing ?

  — No, Mary. I can manage, but ____.

  A. it doesn’t matter B. I don’t mind

  C. thank you just the same D. it’s my pleasure

  96. — How many students are going to the Great Wall?

  — ____.

  A. None B. No one C. No D. Not any

  97. — Don’t forget to take the message to my teacher.

  — ____.

  A. Yes, I will B. No, I won’t

  C. I don’t think so D. Sorry, I wouldn’t

  98. — How about a game of chess?

  — ____

  A. I agree. B. Why not? C. I’d like to. D. That’s right.

  99. He left home in 1980 and has never come back ____.

  A. though B. while C. when D. since

  100. — I’d like to go to the cinema with you, Dad.

  — Sorry, my darling, but the film is ____ for adults only.

  A. admitted B. intended C. promised D. permitted

  101. — $1,500, but that's my last offer.

  — OK. It's a ____.

  A. cost B. price C. reward D. deal

  102. — We were talking about the new play ____, remember?

  — Yes, I enjoyed it very much.

  A. the other day B. another day C. some day D. other day

  103. — You keep on coughing. What's the matter?

  — Oh, I've got a cold. Nothing serious, ____.

  A. yet B. indeed C. though D. anyway

  104. — How's everything going?

  — ____.

  A. Everything is finished B. Everything has been done

  C. Not so bad, you know D. Not doing wrong, you know

  105.. — I'm afraid I can't finish the book this week.

  — ____.

  A. Please go ahead B. That's right

  C. Not at all D. Take your time

  106. — Hello, may I have an appointment with the doctor?

  — ____

  A. Sorry, he is busy at the moment. B. Why didn't you call earlier?

  C. Certainly. May I know your name? D. Sorry, he doesn't want to see you.

  107. — I'd rather have some wine, if you don't mind.

  — ____.

  A. No, you'd better not B. Not at all, anything you want

  C. Thank you all the same D. Yes, but not good

  108. — Why didn't you go to the cinema yesterday?

  — I ____, but my wife returned from France the moment I was leaving.

  A. was going to B. would C. did D. had

  109. — Goodbye! I'm glad ____ you.

  — ____, too.

  A. to see; I B. to have seen; Me C. to see; Me D. seeing; I

  110. — I wonder if I could use your mobile phone.

  — ____.

  A. I wonder how B. I don't wonder

  C. Sorry, it's out of order D. No wonder, here it is

  111. — Wasn't it Dr Wang who spoke to you just now?

  — ____.

  A. I didn't know he was B. Yes, it was

  C. No, he wasn't D. Yes, he did

  112— I'll meet you outside the cinema in an hour, OK?

  — ____.

  A. No, 2 hours later B. Yes, that's a good idea

  C. OK, but I can manage D. No, I don't think so

  113. — Have you got any oranges and apples?

  — ____

  A. Yes, madam, on the second shelf over there.

  B. The oranges are very cheap.

  C. You like apples, don't you?

  D. Of course, we have some fruits.

  114. — Would you mind ____ the window? It's hot here!

  — ____.

  A. to open; No, please B. open; Yes, please

  C. opening; No, of course not D. opening; Yes, please

  115. — Could I borrow your camera?

  — ____. But you will have to buy some film.

  A. I'm sorry B. Of course not C. Sure D. I hope so

  116. — Hello, this is 8325788.

  — ____?

  A. How are you B. Will you come tonight

  C. Can I take a message D. Is that Mike

  117. — Thank you for a wonderful meal.

  — ____.

  A. The same to you B. It's my pleasure

  C. Thank you all the same D. No, that's all right

  118. — Do you have the time?

  — Sorry, I have no watch.

  — ____

  A. What a shame! B. Thanks anyway.

  C. It doesn't matter. D. Why not buy one?

  119. You've missed your ____, and you will have to wait for the next round.

  A. chance B. turn C. time D. part

  参考答案和解析:

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