• 英语 2018年高三宁夏银川市第三次模拟试题
单选题 本大题共15小题,每小题2分,共30分。在每小题给出的4个选项中,有且只有一项是符合题目要求。
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第一节(共15小题;每小题2分,满分30分)

    阅读下列短文,从每题所给的四个选项(A、B、C和D)中,选出最佳选项。

                                A

        I wondered if anyone had experienced such anunexpected trip as I had.

        The day of my holiday arrived, but I wasn’t looking forward to it. I had little money and had only been ableto afford to stay with my Aunt Rosa in Spain. So, I wasn’t really excited as I knew exactly what it was going to be like:lots of noisy cousins, and Aunt Rosa begging me to take her for a ride.

           After Ihad checked in, I made my way slowly to the departure gate. As I was waiting toboard the plane, I kept thinking about my ideal holiday destination: Jamaica,with its long, sandy beaches and crystal clear water.

           As soonas the plane took off, I fell fast asleep and only woke to the sound of theannouncement: “Ladies and gentlemen, pleasefasten your seat belts, as we will shortly be landing in Kingston.” I froze in my seat. Was I dreaming? Kingston? Jamaica? I hadboarded the wrong plane!  www.ks5u.com

           Immediatelyafter the plane landed, I explained the situation to the authorities. It seemsthere were also three other passengers heading for Spain. Apparently it hadbeen the airline’s fault, since the flightnumbers for Spain and Jamaica were exactly the same! Therefore, with no flightback to London for a week, the airline had no choice but to pay for our stay.

           So thereI was, lying on the beach, enjoying the music and the marvelous food ofJamaica! As for Aunt Rosa, I suppose she just had to live without me!

Why did the writer choose to spend her holiday with her aunt in Spain?

AShe missed her cousins very much.

BShe could hardly afford any better trip.

CHer aunt begged her to go there.

DSpain was her ideal destination.

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                                A

        I wondered if anyone had experienced such anunexpected trip as I had.

        The day of my holiday arrived, but I wasn’t looking forward to it. I had little money and had only been ableto afford to stay with my Aunt Rosa in Spain. So, I wasn’t really excited as I knew exactly what it was going to be like:lots of noisy cousins, and Aunt Rosa begging me to take her for a ride.

           After Ihad checked in, I made my way slowly to the departure gate. As I was waiting toboard the plane, I kept thinking about my ideal holiday destination: Jamaica,with its long, sandy beaches and crystal clear water. 

           As soonas the plane took off, I fell fast asleep and only woke to the sound of theannouncement: “Ladies and gentlemen, pleasefasten your seat belts, as we will shortly be landing in Kingston.” I froze in my seat. Was I dreaming? Kingston? Jamaica? I hadboarded the wrong plane!  www.ks5u.com

           Immediatelyafter the plane landed, I explained the situation to the authorities. It seemsthere were also three other passengers heading for Spain. Apparently it hadbeen the airline’s fault, since the flightnumbers for Spain and Jamaica were exactly the same! Therefore, with no flightback to London for a week, the airline had no choice but to pay for our stay.

           So thereI was, lying on the beach, enjoying the music and the marvelous food ofJamaica! As for Aunt Rosa, I suppose she just had to live without me!

In the text, the writer ended up _________.

Aflying to London immediately

Bheading for Spain from Jamaica

Cenjoying a free beach holiday

Dcomplaining to the authorities

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                                A

        I wondered if anyone had experienced such anunexpected trip as I had.

        The day of my holiday arrived, but I wasn’t looking forward to it. I had little money and had only been ableto afford to stay with my Aunt Rosa in Spain. So, I wasn’t really excited as I knew exactly what it was going to be like:lots of noisy cousins, and Aunt Rosa begging me to take her for a ride.

           After Ihad checked in, I made my way slowly to the departure gate. As I was waiting toboard the plane, I kept thinking about my ideal holiday destination: Jamaica,with its long, sandy beaches and crystal clear water. 

           As soonas the plane took off, I fell fast asleep and only woke to the sound of theannouncement: “Ladies and gentlemen, pleasefasten your seat belts, as we will shortly be landing in Kingston.” I froze in my seat. Was I dreaming? Kingston? Jamaica? I hadboarded the wrong plane!  www.ks5u.com

           Immediatelyafter the plane landed, I explained the situation to the authorities. It seemsthere were also three other passengers heading for Spain. Apparently it hadbeen the airline’s fault, since the flightnumbers for Spain and Jamaica were exactly the same! Therefore, with no flightback to London for a week, the airline had no choice but to pay for our stay.

           So thereI was, lying on the beach, enjoying the music and the marvelous food ofJamaica! As for Aunt Rosa, I suppose she just had to live without me!

Which of the following might be the best title of the text?

AA Well-Planned Trip

BA Terrible Adventure

CA Nice Dream

DA Lucky Mistake

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                                B

        If you intend to pay a visit to America, hereare a number of outstanding websites that can make your American dream cometrue.

        www. 101usaholidays. co. uk

        This is the latest offering that features 101holiday ideas to the USA. It’s a diverse selection, rangingfrom touring in the footsteps of Martin Luther King to a golfing break inArizona and a cycling and wine-tasting trip in California’s Napa Valley. Narrow down what you’relooking for — whether by price, region, theme and whowill be traveling — and then just the photos of the relevantholidays remain on view. It’s a really clever design.

        http://byways. Org

        The National Scenic Byways Program covers 150memorable roads. Some are natural scenic routes, such as Route l along theCalifornia coast. Others focus on history (such as Route 66) or man-madeattractions (the Las Vegas Strip). For each, you’reprovided with a map telling the route’s length and howlong is allowed.

        www. oyster. com

        This is the best website for reviews of hotelsin US cities and tourist sites. There are photos of each hotel. Importantly,these are not promotional photos provided by the hotels, but more honest andrevealing ones taken by inspectors. From the 243 hotels reviewed in New York,you can narrow down what you are looking for by locations, facilities andstyles, or just pick out a selection of the best.

        SeaWorld in San Diego can make dreams come true,but the price is not affordable for the majority of people. So turn tolong-established, giving big discounts on tickets, hotel and dining at seaworldparks. com.

The text is probably from __________.

Aa science report

Ba news article

Ca book review

Da travel brochure

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                                B

        If you intend to pay a visit to America, hereare a number of outstanding websites that can make your American dream cometrue.

        www. 101usaholidays. co. uk

        This is the latest offering that features 101holiday ideas to the USA. It’s a diverse selection, rangingfrom touring in the footsteps of Martin Luther King to a golfing break inArizona and a cycling and wine-tasting trip in California’s Napa Valley. Narrow down what you’relooking for — whether by price, region, theme and whowill be traveling — and then just the photos of the relevantholidays remain on view. It’s a really clever design.

        http://byways. Org

        The National Scenic Byways Program covers 150memorable roads. Some are natural scenic routes, such as Route l along theCalifornia coast. Others focus on history (such as Route 66) or man-madeattractions (the Las Vegas Strip). For each, you’reprovided with a map telling the route’s length and howlong is allowed.

        www. oyster. com

        This is the best website for reviews of hotelsin US cities and tourist sites. There are photos of each hotel. Importantly,these are not promotional photos provided by the hotels, but more honest andrevealing ones taken by inspectors. From the 243 hotels reviewed in New York,you can narrow down what you are looking for by locations, facilities andstyles, or just pick out a selection of the best.

        SeaWorld in San Diego can make dreams come true,but the price is not affordable for the majority of people. So turn tolong-established, giving big discounts on tickets, hotel and dining at seaworldparks. com.

Which of the following words can be used to replace the underlined word in Paragraph Two?

ASelective

BConnected

CRelative

DSimilar

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                                B

        If you intend to pay a visit to America, hereare a number of outstanding websites that can make your American dream cometrue.

        www. 101usaholidays. co. uk

        This is the latest offering that features 101holiday ideas to the USA. It’s a diverse selection, rangingfrom touring in the footsteps of Martin Luther King to a golfing break inArizona and a cycling and wine-tasting trip in California’s Napa Valley. Narrow down what you’relooking for — whether by price, region, theme and whowill be traveling — and then just the photos of the relevantholidays remain on view. It’s a really clever design.

        http://byways. Org

        The National Scenic Byways Program covers 150memorable roads. Some are natural scenic routes, such as Route l along theCalifornia coast. Others focus on history (such as Route 66) or man-madeattractions (the Las Vegas Strip). For each, you’reprovided with a map telling the route’s length and howlong is allowed.

        www. oyster. com

        This is the best website for reviews of hotelsin US cities and tourist sites. There are photos of each hotel. Importantly,these are not promotional photos provided by the hotels, but more honest andrevealing ones taken by inspectors. From the 243 hotels reviewed in New York,you can narrow down what you are looking for by locations, facilities andstyles, or just pick out a selection of the best.

        SeaWorld in San Diego can make dreams come true,but the price is not affordable for the majority of people. So turn tolong-established, giving big discounts on tickets, hotel and dining at seaworldparks. com.

Travel ideas for wine lovers are available at __________.

Ahttp: //byways. Org

Bwww. 101usaholidays. co. uk

Cwww. oyster. com

Dhttp: //seaworldparks. Com

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                                B

        If you intend to pay a visit to America, hereare a number of outstanding websites that can make your American dream cometrue.

        www. 101usaholidays. co. uk

        This is the latest offering that features 101holiday ideas to the USA. It’s a diverse selection, rangingfrom touring in the footsteps of Martin Luther King to a golfing break inArizona and a cycling and wine-tasting trip in California’s Napa Valley. Narrow down what you’relooking for — whether by price, region, theme and whowill be traveling — and then just the photos of the relevantholidays remain on view. It’s a really clever design.

        http://byways. Org

        The National Scenic Byways Program covers 150memorable roads. Some are natural scenic routes, such as Route l along theCalifornia coast. Others focus on history (such as Route 66) or man-madeattractions (the Las Vegas Strip). For each, you’reprovided with a map telling the route’s length and howlong is allowed.

        www. oyster. com

        This is the best website for reviews of hotelsin US cities and tourist sites. There are photos of each hotel. Importantly,these are not promotional photos provided by the hotels, but more honest andrevealing ones taken by inspectors. From the 243 hotels reviewed in New York,you can narrow down what you are looking for by locations, facilities andstyles, or just pick out a selection of the best.

        SeaWorld in San Diego can make dreams come true,but the price is not affordable for the majority of people. So turn tolong-established, giving big discounts on tickets, hotel and dining at seaworldparks. com.

What can be inferred from the text?

APhotos on www. oyster. com can be trusted by tourists.

BThe National Scenic Byways Program covers all American roads.

CYou can see some man-made attractions driving along Route 66.

Dhttp://seaworldparks. com is a newly established website.

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                                C

               Everybody needs blood

          Have you ever seen buses on the street for donating blood? Medicalworkers on board collect blood from volunteers. The blood is then stored up andgiven to people who have lost a large amount of it due to accidents ordiseases.

          Blood is one of the most important substances (物质) supporting our lives. But for now, the only way we can get more ofit is through donation. And donated blood has its own problems. First of all,certain blood types are extremely rare. Type O negative blood (O-), forexample, only exists in 7 percent of people, according to Sunday Times. Thereare fewer donors and therefore there isn’t enough ofthis type of blood for everybody who needs it. In addition, donated blood comesfrom various people, which means that it has to be examined carefully for diseasesuch as hepatitis (肝炎) and HIV to make sure that it’s safe for transfusion.

          This is why scientists all over the world have been trying to makeblood in labs. And now, someone finallysucceeded—MarcTurner at the Scottish National Blood Transfusion Servicehas produced blood fit for transfusion, reported Forbes.

          Unlike many other scientists, who have tried to make bloodsubstitutes by mixing  up differentingredients together, Turner chose to grow blood directly from human stem cells(干细胞). He developed a special technique to createa chemical environment similar to that in our bone marrow (骨髓). This environment encourages stem cells to develop fully into redblood cell.

          According to Turner, his version of artificial blood is unlikely tocontain disease viruses or produce side effects. And the best part is that whathe managed to produce was type O- blood. Not only is it a rare blood type, it’s also a universal type, which means it can be transfused into anypatient.

          The new blood is scheduled for human tests in 2016. However, Turnerstressed that the new study should not be taken as a signal for people to stopdonating blood because it could be another 20 years before the artificial bloodcan be manufactured on a large scale. “It isone thing to bake a cake and another thing to bake a cake 100 times the size,” said Turner. “It’snot just a matter of putting in 100 times the ingredients.”

According to the text, a potential danger of blood transfusion is that_____.

Ait is impossible to store up large amounts of blood

Bblood transfusion may lead to some terrible infections

Cit is very hard to find matches for certain blood types

Dblood transfusion often leads to serious side effects

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                                C

               Everybody needs blood

          Have you ever seen buses on the street for donating blood? Medicalworkers on board collect blood from volunteers. The blood is then stored up andgiven to people who have lost a large amount of it due to accidents ordiseases.

          Blood is one of the most important substances (物质) supporting our lives. But for now, the only way we can get more ofit is through donation. And donated blood has its own problems. First of all,certain blood types are extremely rare. Type O negative blood (O-), forexample, only exists in 7 percent of people, according to Sunday Times. Thereare fewer donors and therefore there isn’t enough ofthis type of blood for everybody who needs it. In addition, donated blood comesfrom various people, which means that it has to be examined carefully for diseasesuch as hepatitis (肝炎) and HIV to make sure that it’s safe for transfusion.

          This is why scientists all over the world have been trying to makeblood in labs. And now, someone finallysucceeded—MarcTurner at the Scottish National Blood Transfusion Servicehas produced blood fit for transfusion, reported Forbes.

          Unlike many other scientists, who have tried to make bloodsubstitutes by mixing  up differentingredients together, Turner chose to grow blood directly from human stem cells(干细胞). He developed a special technique to createa chemical environment similar to that in our bone marrow (骨髓). This environment encourages stem cells to develop fully into redblood cell.

          According to Turner, his version of artificial blood is unlikely tocontain disease viruses or produce side effects. And the best part is that whathe managed to produce was type O- blood. Not only is it a rare blood type, it’s also a universal type, which means it can be transfused into anypatient.

          The new blood is scheduled for human tests in 2016. However, Turnerstressed that the new study should not be taken as a signal for people to stopdonating blood because it could be another 20 years before the artificial bloodcan be manufactured on a large scale. “It isone thing to bake a cake and another thing to bake a cake 100 times the size,” said Turner. “It’snot just a matter of putting in 100 times the ingredients.”

The study Marc Turner did is different from those of many other scientists in that _____.

Ahe grew artificial blood using human stem cells

Bhe was able to discover the special function of type O- blood

Che produced the first artificial blood in the world

Dhe used special ingredients to produce artificial blood cells

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                                C

               Everybody needs blood

          Have you ever seen buses on the street for donating blood? Medicalworkers on board collect blood from volunteers. The blood is then stored up andgiven to people who have lost a large amount of it due to accidents ordiseases.

          Blood is one of the most important substances (物质) supporting our lives. But for now, the only way we can get more ofit is through donation. And donated blood has its own problems. First of all,certain blood types are extremely rare. Type O negative blood (O-), forexample, only exists in 7 percent of people, according to Sunday Times. Thereare fewer donors and therefore there isn’t enough ofthis type of blood for everybody who needs it. In addition, donated blood comesfrom various people, which means that it has to be examined carefully for diseasesuch as hepatitis (肝炎) and HIV to make sure that it’s safe for transfusion.

          This is why scientists all over the world have been trying to makeblood in labs. And now, someone finallysucceeded—MarcTurner at the Scottish National Blood Transfusion Servicehas produced blood fit for transfusion, reported Forbes.

          Unlike many other scientists, who have tried to make bloodsubstitutes by mixing  up differentingredients together, Turner chose to grow blood directly from human stem cells(干细胞). He developed a special technique to createa chemical environment similar to that in our bone marrow (骨髓). This environment encourages stem cells to develop fully into redblood cell.

          According to Turner, his version of artificial blood is unlikely tocontain disease viruses or produce side effects. And the best part is that whathe managed to produce was type O- blood. Not only is it a rare blood type, it’s also a universal type, which means it can be transfused into anypatient.

          The new blood is scheduled for human tests in 2016. However, Turnerstressed that the new study should not be taken as a signal for people to stopdonating blood because it could be another 20 years before the artificial bloodcan be manufactured on a large scale. “It isone thing to bake a cake and another thing to bake a cake 100 times the size,” said Turner. “It’snot just a matter of putting in 100 times the ingredients.”

We can know from the text that__________.

Apeople with type O- blood can receive blood transfusion from anyone

Bthe practice of blood transfusion will end in 20 years

Cthe new blood produced by Turner has been experimented on human beings

Dthe artificial blood produced by Turner will be a safe and universal type

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                                C

               Everybody needs blood

          Have you ever seen buses on the street for donating blood? Medicalworkers on board collect blood from volunteers. The blood is then stored up andgiven to people who have lost a large amount of it due to accidents ordiseases.

          Blood is one of the most important substances (物质) supporting our lives. But for now, the only way we can get more ofit is through donation. And donated blood has its own problems. First of all,certain blood types are extremely rare. Type O negative blood (O-), forexample, only exists in 7 percent of people, according to Sunday Times. Thereare fewer donors and therefore there isn’t enough ofthis type of blood for everybody who needs it. In addition, donated blood comesfrom various people, which means that it has to be examined carefully for diseasesuch as hepatitis (肝炎) and HIV to make sure that it’s safe for transfusion.

          This is why scientists all over the world have been trying to makeblood in labs. And now, someone finallysucceeded—MarcTurner at the Scottish National Blood Transfusion Servicehas produced blood fit for transfusion, reported Forbes.

          Unlike many other scientists, who have tried to make bloodsubstitutes by mixing  up differentingredients together, Turner chose to grow blood directly from human stem cells(干细胞). He developed a special technique to createa chemical environment similar to that in our bone marrow (骨髓). This environment encourages stem cells to develop fully into redblood cell.

          According to Turner, his version of artificial blood is unlikely tocontain disease viruses or produce side effects. And the best part is that whathe managed to produce was type O- blood. Not only is it a rare blood type, it’s also a universal type, which means it can be transfused into anypatient.

          The new blood is scheduled for human tests in 2016. However, Turnerstressed that the new study should not be taken as a signal for people to stopdonating blood because it could be another 20 years before the artificial bloodcan be manufactured on a large scale. “It isone thing to bake a cake and another thing to bake a cake 100 times the size,” said Turner. “It’snot just a matter of putting in 100 times the ingredients.”

Which of the following words best describes Turner’s attitude towards the application of his artificial blood?

APessimistic.

BDoubtful.

CCautious.

DUninterested.

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                                D

     

        Nelson Mandela and wife Winnie, walking hand in hand,raise clenched fists upon his release from Victorprison,Cape Town, Sunday, February 11, 1990.

        Nelson Mandela died at theage of 95, on 6 December 2017-2018,according to South African President Jacob Zuma.

        His deathmarks the final chapter in a life that changed South Africa forever. Those 95years were remarkable.

        At theage of seven, he entered a local school, where he was given the name “Nelson”, after Admiral Horatio Nelson of the Royal Navy, by a teacher whohad difficulty in pronouncing his African name. That name, Rolihlahla, means “troublemaker”.

        In 1927,when Mandela was nine, he decided to become a lawyer, influenced by the casesthat came on his father. In 1942 Mandela entered politics by joining theAfrican National Congress (ANC), South Africa's major liberation movement andtoday the country's ruling party. It was during this time that he and a smallgroup of mainly young members of the ANC got down to a task transforming theparty into a mass movement.

        In 1952,he was charged and brought to trial for his role in the campaign of fightingagainst Unjust Laws and given a prison sentence. The 1950s turned out to be atime of hardship and suffering for Mandela--he was banned, arrested andimprisoned.

        While inprison, Mandela studied by correspondence with the University of London,earning a Bachelor of Law degree. He never faced his teachers, but his name wasfamiliar to all the teachers by means of his writing letters.

        Afterspending 27 years in prison, Mandela became South Africa's first democraticallyelected president in 1994. He united a fearful country, bringing togetherblacks and whites in harmony, when South Africa was living through violent andtroubled times. After serving a five-year term as president of the country, heretired from public life, though not from the public eye.

         He is the greatest son of the nation and agreat father of his people. More than l,115 awards and honors, even the NobelPeace Prize had been on him. More than 85 streets, roads, avenues, bridges,highways had been named after Mandela.

Why did the teacher give Mandela the name "Nelson"?

ABecause his original name was hard for the teacher to pronounce.

BBecause Mandela was very naughty at school.

CBecause Mandela had no formal name at school.

DBecause Mandela respected Admiral Horatio Nelson very much.

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                                D

      

        Nelson Mandela and wife Winnie, walking hand in hand,raise clenched fists upon his release from Victorprison,Cape Town, Sunday, February 11, 1990.

        Nelson Mandela died at theage of 95, on 6 December 2017-2018,according to South African President Jacob Zuma.

        His deathmarks the final chapter in a life that changed South Africa forever. Those 95years were remarkable.

        At theage of seven, he entered a local school, where he was given the name “Nelson”, after Admiral Horatio Nelson of the Royal Navy, by a teacher whohad difficulty in pronouncing his African name. That name, Rolihlahla, means “troublemaker”.

        In 1927,when Mandela was nine, he decided to become a lawyer, influenced by the casesthat came on his father. In 1942 Mandela entered politics by joining theAfrican National Congress (ANC), South Africa's major liberation movement andtoday the country's ruling party. It was during this time that he and a smallgroup of mainly young members of the ANC got down to a task transforming theparty into a mass movement.

        In 1952,he was charged and brought to trial for his role in the campaign of fightingagainst Unjust Laws and given a prison sentence. The 1950s turned out to be atime of hardship and suffering for Mandela--he was banned, arrested andimprisoned.

        While inprison, Mandela studied by correspondence with the University of London,earning a Bachelor of Law degree. He never faced his teachers, but his name wasfamiliar to all the teachers by means of his writing letters.

        Afterspending 27 years in prison, Mandela became South Africa's first democraticallyelected president in 1994. He united a fearful country, bringing togetherblacks and whites in harmony, when South Africa was living through violent andtroubled times. After serving a five-year term as president of the country, heretired from public life, though not from the public eye.

         He is the greatest son of the nation and agreat father of his people. More than l,115 awards and honors, even the NobelPeace Prize had been on him. More than 85 streets, roads, avenues, bridges,highways had been named after Mandela.

We can infer from the text that_______.

AMandela hated white people and the government for white people

BMandela tried his best to set up a government ruled by black people

CMandela set up one of the ruling parties of African National Congress

DMandela wanted blacks and whites to live equally and peacefully

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                                D

      

        Nelson Mandela and wife Winnie, walking hand in hand,raise clenched fists upon his release from Victorprison,Cape Town, Sunday, February 11, 1990.

        Nelson Mandela died at theage of 95, on 6 December 2017-2018,according to South African President Jacob Zuma.

        His deathmarks the final chapter in a life that changed South Africa forever. Those 95years were remarkable.

        At theage of seven, he entered a local school, where he was given the name “Nelson”, after Admiral Horatio Nelson of the Royal Navy, by a teacher whohad difficulty in pronouncing his African name. That name, Rolihlahla, means “troublemaker”.

        In 1927,when Mandela was nine, he decided to become a lawyer, influenced by the casesthat came on his father. In 1942 Mandela entered politics by joining theAfrican National Congress (ANC), South Africa's major liberation movement andtoday the country's ruling party. It was during this time that he and a smallgroup of mainly young members of the ANC got down to a task transforming theparty into a mass movement.

        In 1952,he was charged and brought to trial for his role in the campaign of fightingagainst Unjust Laws and given a prison sentence. The 1950s turned out to be atime of hardship and suffering for Mandela--he was banned, arrested andimprisoned.

        While inprison, Mandela studied by correspondence with the University of London,earning a Bachelor of Law degree. He never faced his teachers, but his name wasfamiliar to all the teachers by means of his writing letters.

        Afterspending 27 years in prison, Mandela became South Africa's first democraticallyelected president in 1994. He united a fearful country, bringing togetherblacks and whites in harmony, when South Africa was living through violent andtroubled times. After serving a five-year term as president of the country, heretired from public life, though not from the public eye.

         He is the greatest son of the nation and agreat father of his people. More than l,115 awards and honors, even the NobelPeace Prize had been on him. More than 85 streets, roads, avenues, bridges,highways had been named after Mandela.

Which of the following statements is true according to the text?

AMandela became a lawyer in order to help the black.

BMandela disappeared from the public eye after he retired.

CMandela kept on studying laws even when he was in prison.

DMandela named many streets and other buildings in his nation.

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                                D

     

        Nelson Mandela and wife Winnie, walking hand in hand,raise clenched fists upon his release from Victorprison,Cape Town, Sunday, February 11, 1990.

        Nelson Mandela died at theage of 95, on 6 December 2017-2018,according to South African President Jacob Zuma.

        His deathmarks the final chapter in a life that changed South Africa forever. Those 95years were remarkable.

        At theage of seven, he entered a local school, where he was given the name “Nelson”, after Admiral Horatio Nelson of the Royal Navy, by a teacher whohad difficulty in pronouncing his African name. That name, Rolihlahla, means “troublemaker”.

        In 1927,when Mandela was nine, he decided to become a lawyer, influenced by the casesthat came on his father. In 1942 Mandela entered politics by joining theAfrican National Congress (ANC), South Africa's major liberation movement andtoday the country's ruling party. It was during this time that he and a smallgroup of mainly young members of the ANC got down to a task transforming theparty into a mass movement.

        In 1952,he was charged and brought to trial for his role in the campaign of fightingagainst Unjust Laws and given a prison sentence. The 1950s turned out to be atime of hardship and suffering for Mandela--he was banned, arrested andimprisoned.

        While inprison, Mandela studied by correspondence with the University of London,earning a Bachelor of Law degree. He never faced his teachers, but his name wasfamiliar to all the teachers by means of his writing letters.

        Afterspending 27 years in prison, Mandela became South Africa's first democraticallyelected president in 1994. He united a fearful country, bringing togetherblacks and whites in harmony, when South Africa was living through violent andtroubled times. After serving a five-year term as president of the country, heretired from public life, though not from the public eye.

         He is the greatest son of the nation and agreat father of his people. More than l,115 awards and honors, even the NobelPeace Prize had been on him. More than 85 streets, roads, avenues, bridges,highways had been named after Mandela.

How old was Mandela when he retired?

A81.

B91.

C95.

D76.

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填空题 本大题共5小题,每小题10分,共50分。把答案填写在题中横线上。
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第二节 (共5小题;每小题2分,满分10分)

    根据短文内容,从短文后的选项中选出能填入空白处的最佳选项。选项中的两项为多余选项。

        We all know that we have to eat to live, so it is important for us to develop healthy eating habits. The following tips may help you.

        Have a healthy attitude towards food. Take a hard look at your eating habits. ___36___ Do you withhold food from yourself in order to feel like you are in control? Carefully think about whether you have an unhealthy emotional attachment to food.

        Drink plenty of water. __37   Drink water during and after meals to aid digestion, and try to drink 2 and 3 litters per day.

        ___38   Ideally, you should eat three meals a day, with two snacks in between. Doing this allows you to eat slightly less at your meals, giving your body a more manageable amount of food to digest.

        Don’t skip breakfast. __39__ Research shows that people who skip breakfast are usually fatter than those who eat a well-balanced breakfast.

        Eat slowly. Have you ever gorged on (猛吃) a huge meal and felt fine immediately after, but suddenly felt like exploding 15 minutes later? This happens because it takes some time for your stomach to tell your brain it’s full.  _40__ In that way, by the time you get the message and start feeling satisfied, you haven’t eaten too much extra food.

    A. Choose the right food to eat.

    B. Eat five times per day.

    C. You should eat your food slowly.

    D. Do you eat more when you feel stressed?

    E. Eating less food can have several benefits.

    F. Many people do because they don’t feel hungry in the morning.

    G. It can improve yoursense of healthiness and help you feel full.

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第一节:完形填空 (共20小题,每小题.1.5分, 满分30分)

    阅读下面短文。从短文后各题所给的四个选项(A、B、C和D)中,选出可以填入空白处的最佳选项。

        A heart-warming story tells of a woman who finally decided to ask her boss for a raise in salary. All day she felt nervous and __41__. Late in the afternoon she gathered the __42__to approach her employer. To her __43__, the boss agreed to a raise.

        The woman arrived home that __44__ to a beautiful table set with their best dishes. Candles were softly glowing. Her husband had come home early and prepared a festive __45__. She wondered if someone from the ___46__ had tipped him off, or... did he just somehow know that she would not get __47__?

        She found him in the kitchen and told him the good __48__. They embraced and kissed, then sat down to the wonderful meal. Next to her plate the woman __49__ a beautifully lettered note. It read, "Congratulations, darling! I knew you'd get the __50__! These things will tell you how much I love you."

        Following the supper, her husband went into the kitchen to __51__ up. She noticed that a second card had __52__ from his pocket. Picking it off the floor, she read, "Don't __53__ not getting the raise! You deserve it __54__! These things will tell you how much I love you."

        Someone has said that the __55__of love is when you love without measure. What this man feels for his wife is total ___56___ and love, whether she succeeds or __57__. His love celebrates her victories and cures her __58__. He stands with her, no matter what __59__ throws in their direction.

        Upon receiving the Nobel Peace Prize, Mother Teresa said, "What can you do to __60__ world peace? Go homeand love your family." And love your friends. Love them without measure.

41. 

    A. angry         B.pleased    

    C.calm            D. anxious

42. 

    A. spirit          B.courage      

    C.strength     D.money

43. 

    A. shock         B.sorrow    

    C.delight        D.fear

44. 

    A. evening      B. morning    

    C. afternoon   D. week

45. 

    A. party         B.gift       

    C. meal         D.list

46. 

    A. office        B.home       

    C. shop         D.restaurant

47. 

    A. kept out    B. put off    

    C. set aside    D. turned down

48. 

    A. news          B.income    

    C.position      D.job

49. 

    A. designed    B. wrote        

    C.found          D.read

50. 

    A. note            B.raise        

    C. present       D. salary

51. 

    A. eat              B. sweep        

    C.cut               D. clean

52. 

    A. hung          B.left       

    C. fallen          D. climbed

53. 

    A. get through   B. worry about  

    C. end up           D. take up

54. 

    A. anyway       B. somewhere    

    C. however     D. instead

55. 

    A. price           B.method    

    C.measure      D.meaning

56. 

    A. expression   B. acceptance  

    C. operation     D. satisfaction

57. 

    A. suffers          B.loses        

    C. falls              D.fails

58. 

    A. diseases       B. wounds     

    C. habits           D.pains

59. 

    A. work             B.family       

    C. duty             D.life

60. 

    A. promote      B.defend    

    C.declare         D.protect

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第二节:(共10小题;每题1.5分,共15分)

    阅读下面材料,在空白处填入适当的内容(不多于3个单词)或括号内单词的正确形式。

        Many books have been writing about “the art of giving”. But what about the art of receiving? ___61___ (receive) a gift sometimes can be difficult, especially___62___ someone buys you a gift you don’t want!

        “I remember when it was my ___63___ (twelve) birthday, my parents bought me a purple purse,” laughed Angella. “It ___64___ made me feel embarrassed, because to be honest, I thought the purse was ugly! Still, I pretended that I liked it because I knew it would make my parents happy.”

        Allan agrees. “That sounds like my grandparents! A few years ago, my grandparents gave me an orange sweater for my birthday. I ___65 __ (wear) it every time I visited them, but when I left their house, I took it ___66___! Of course, this made me feel guilty. It was a very nice thought, but my grandparents and I have different tastes! I think ___67___ hard to buy clothes or other personal things for people.”

         To make things ___68___ (easy), some people would rather just give money. In some countries, however, receiving money can make people uncomfortable. “When someone gives me money, it just makes me think they’re being lazy,” says John Wilson. “In England, we have a saying: It’s the thought ___69___ counts. When someone gives me money, I feel they didn’t think at all. I prefer to receive a gift that has some thought behind it. I don’t mind it ___70___ it’s something I don’t need. When someone has thought about a gift for me, it always makes me happy.

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第一节   短文改错 (共10分;每小题1分,满分10分)

    假定英语课上老师要求同桌之间交换修改作文,请你修改你同桌写的以下短文。短文中共有10处错误,每句中最多有两处。错误涉及一个单词的增加、删除或修改。

    增加:在缺词处加一个漏字符号(∧), 并在此符号下面写出该加的词。

    删除:把多余的词用斜线(\)划掉。

    修改: 在错的词下划一横线, 并在该词下面写出修改后的词。

注意:1每处错误及其修改均仅限一词;

        2只允许修改10处, 多者(从第11处起) 不计分。

Dear Tom,

        I’m sorry to hear that you are having problems with your exams. You are not lonely. Many students have the same problems like you do.

        You told me that you were so anxious to sleep well the night before an exam. Actually, it is very natural. To avoid too nervous, you’d better not take your grades serious. If you had a proper attitude to the scores, you will sleep well and feel energetic.

        You said you couldn’t get into your normal state in an exam, that eventually resulted in your poor performance. I suggest you will work hard at your lessons daily instead of sitting up before an exam. You must have confidence in you. When you feel confident, you can do as well as expected.

        Wish you a greater progress in your study.

                                    Yours sincerely,

                                        Li Hua

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第二节:书面表达(满分25分)

    你们班在本周三早晨8点在学校门口集合乘坐校车去参观一所示范学校,要求全班同学都准时参加,请按照图中规定的顺序参观(从主楼出发),根据图示请你用英语写一篇口头通知。要点包含:

    1参观的事宜

    2学校的建筑和功能

    3参观该校的顺序

注意:1词数100左右;

        2可适当增加细节,以使行文连贯;

        3开头和结尾已为你写好。

生词:喷泉fountain

Dear my classmates,

        May I have your attention, please? __________________________________________

        That’s all. Thank you.

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