Neither the old lady nor her cats ___ out of the house since her husband passed away last month.
A.was stepping B. have stepped
C. stepped D. has stepped
科目：高中英语 来源：2014-2015学年河南方城县第一高级中学高二12月月考英语试卷（解析版） 题型：短文改错
Most families in China hoped their single children will have a happy future, so they are very strict in their children. So do teachers in schools! Many children are given so much homework that they have hardly any spare time have sports. The children are forbidden to do anything but to study. No wonder so many children are tired with lessons. Some even attack or kill his parents and teachers! I believe many people already read this kind of news in newspapers or magazines. Shouldn’t we draw lesson from the accidents? Now our government is making out a plan to solve the education problems.
科目：高中英语 来源：2014-2015学年福建福州第八中学高二上期中英语试卷（解析版） 题型：单项填空
---Mary, let’s go to the bookshop this weekend. Will you be ?
---Sorry, but I’m going to visit my uncle in the countryside.
A. eager B. Suitable
C. convenient D. available
科目：高中英语 来源：2014-2015学年四川省高三一诊模拟英语试卷（解析版） 题型：填空题
(Reuters) - The search for missing Malaysia Airlines Flight MH370 is likely to drag on for years, a senior U.S. defense official told Reuters on Friday, as an underwater search for any trace of the plane off west Australia appeared to have failed.
The official, speaking under condition of anonymity（匿名）because he was not authorized to comment on the search effort, said two weeks of searching the Indian Ocean floor with a U.S. Navy had turned up no wreckage（残骸）．
He said the search for the plane, which disappeared on March 8 with 239 people on board, would now enter a much harder phase of searching broader areas of the ocean near where the plane is believed to have crashed.
”We went all-in on this small area and didn't find anything. Now you’re got to go back to the big area," the official said. "And now you're talking years.”
On Friday, the undersea drone. Bluefin-21 is expected to finish what may be the last of its 16-hour trips to depths of more than 4.5 km (2. 8 miles) searching a 10 square km (6.2 square mile) area of the seabed about 2,000 miles northwest of Perth.
Authorities had identified the area as their strongest lead in determining the plane's final resting place after detecting what they suspected was a signal from the plane's black box recorder on April 4.
But the U. S. official said Malaysia would have to decide how to continue the search, including whether to bring in more underwater drones, even with the understanding that the search could continue for years without a refined (精确的) search area.
1.What does the passage mainly talk about? ( no more than, 12 words)
2.Where did the recent search for the plane take place? ( no more than, 3 words)
3.Why didn't the official want others to know his name? ( no more than 11 words)
4.What led people to determine the plane's final resting place? ( no more than 9 words)
5.According to the passage, which country is in charge of the arrangement of the search? (1 word)
科目：高中英语 来源：2014-2015学年四川省高三一诊模拟英语试卷（解析版） 题型：完形填空
One woman is having a very merry Christmas, indeed, all thanks to the honesty and determination of a complete stranger.
“When I saw it, I said, ‘God, this is really a pretty .Somebody's going to heartbroken,” said Shirley Grandey , 62, who was a volunteer for keeping the environment clean.
When Grandey was a large pile of pine needles and dirt at the end of her hard work day, she never to come across someone's diamond ring lying alone among a pile of .
Knowing the ring probably had special , Grandey held onto the jewelry and made it her 16 to find the owner.
“I said, 'Oh God ,I have to find the , "'recalled Grandey before making the decision to contact the TV station, to help the word. "It was definitely a ring. It was intertwined（缠绕）and had their on it．”
Her efforts ．
“The brother of the girl saw it on and told her," said Grandey, who couldn't have been happier to return the ring to its original owner, Julie Sanalitro.
“I was screaming and running around the house,” Sanalitro told the news station. "We always come to our tree from there to celebrate Christmas Day," she said.
When Sanalitro called to the ring, she explained it was a gift from her boyfriend, who had only given it to her two months ago when they reunited.
She was not only able to answer all of Grandey's questions about the ring, she was the original owner, but Grandey added, “I knew it was hers the moment she was walking up.”
“We just hugged each other and she had a few tears," the volunteer explained.
All that Crandey asks from this is simply for people to “pay it forward.” She said. “ I would want someone to give it back to me if I lost my ring, so just try to pay it forward.”
1.A. gift B. handkerchief C. necklace D. ring
2.A. putting away B. cleaning up C. keeping up D. bringing up
3.A. expected B. wanted C. understood D. imagined
4.A. furniture B. equipment C. luggage D. garbage
5.A. object B. design C. value D. form
6.A. duty B. work C. ability D. agreement
7.A. designer B. owner C. photographer D. artist
8.A. print B. explore C. spread D. write
9.A. luck B. wedding C. marriage D. love
10.A. photos B. names C. addresses D. words
11.A. paid off B. paid up C. paid back D. paid out
12.A. television B. telephone C. radio D. phone
13.A. nice B. lost C. ugly D. lovely
14.A. take B. buy C. get D. lift
15.A. rescue B. transport C. convey D. describe
16.A. recently B. immediately C. actively D. likely
17.A. successfully B. properly C. obviously D. similarly
18.A. remembering B. ensuring C. forgetting D. telling
19.A. kind B. angry C. close D. learned
20.A. accident B. origin C. experience D. evidence
科目：高中英语 来源：2014-2015学年四川省高三一诊模拟英语试卷（解析版） 题型：单项填空
He ___ the money, he is not such kind of person.
A. can’t have stolen B. mustn’t have stolen
C. can’t steal D. may not steal
科目：高中英语 来源：2014-2015学年山东高密高三12月检测英语试卷（解析版） 题型：阅读理解
American cities are similar to other cities around the world．In every country, cities reflect the values of the culture．American cities are changing，just as American society is changing．
After World War II，the population of most large American cities decreased；however, the population in many Sun Belt cities increased．In the late 1940s and early 1950s，city residents became wealthier．They had more children so they needed more space．They moved out of their apartments in the city to buy their own homes．They bought houses in the suburbs(郊区)．
Now things are changing，the children of the people who left the cities in the 1950s are now adults．Many, unlike their parents，want to live in the cities．They continue to move to Sun Belt cities and older ones of the Northeast and Midwest．Many young professionals are moving back into the city．They prefer the city to the suburbs because their jobs are there；or they just enjoy the excitement and possibilities that the city offers．
This population shift(迁移)is bringing problems as well as benefits．Countless poor people must leave their apartments in the city because the owners want to sell the buildings or make apartments for sale instead of for rent．In the 1950s，many poor people did not have enough money to move to the suburbs；now many of these same people do not have enough money to stay in the cities．
Only a few years ago，people thought that the older American cities were dying．Some city residents now see a bright，new future．Others see only problems and conflicts．One thing is sure：many dying cities in America are alive again．
1.What does the author think of cities all over the world?
A．They are dying． B．They are hopeless．
C．They are similar． D．They are different．
2.Why did American city residents want to live in the suburbs after World War II?
A．Because older American cities were dying．
B．Because they were richer and needed more space．
C．Because cities contained the worst parts of society．
D．Because they could hardly afford to live in the city．
3.According to the 4th paragraph，a great many poor people in American cities____．
A．are faced with housing problems
B．are forced to move back to the suburbs
C．want to sell their buildings
D．need more money for daily expenses
4.We can conclude from the text that_________________.
A．American cities are changing for the worse
B．people have different views on American cities
C．older people prefer the city to the suburbs in America
D．the population is decreasing in older American cities
科目：高中英语 来源：2014-2015学年湖北武穴市高三11月月考英语试卷（解析版） 题型：单项填空
If I hadn’t given up after the heavy defeat, the situation I am in now would be totally different.
A. selecting B. surviving
C. settling D. suffering
科目：高中英语 来源：2014-2015学年福建泉州第一中学高三上期中英语试卷（解析版） 题型：单项填空
That tree, _______ branches are almost bare, is very old.
A. of which B. on which
C. in that D. whose