• 英语 呼和浩特市2018年高三内蒙古第一次模拟试题
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

    Where Is Spring Break

    Where is Spring Break going to be? The options are endless. Do you want to get your blood pumping from thrilling travels? Look no further! These tours and destinations will keep you on your toes all week long.

    Panama: This underrated destination is a little-known secret of the most travelers! Through this tour you’ll get to hike, snorkel(浮潜) and explore all the best sights this beautiful country has to offer! Eight days tours for $250/day.

    Canada: This diverse country is full of options. Explore the East of Canada and visit cities such as Montreal, Quebec or Toronto. If you’re feeling adventurous, explore the Western part of the country with a Canadian Rockies Tour. During this twelve days tour you will hike a glacier to beautiful scenery and wander through postcard-worthy villages. Tours to Canada for $200/day.

    Iceland: Check off one of the seven wonders of the world with a tour of the Northern Lights and Golden Circle. Spend seven days full of adventure like hiking glaciers, snowshoeing through Thingvellir National Park, relaxing in the Geysir Hot springs and of course experiencing the glory of the Northern Lights! Seven days tours for $300/day.

    South Africa: Discover the diverse culture and wildlife that makes up South Africa. Your tour plan includes a journey along the coast known as “Rainbow Nation.” Here you will enjoy beautiful scenery, a hunting travel through Addo Elephant National Park and the wildlife in Tsitsikamma National Park. Nine days tours for $230/day.

What is the common characteristic of the travels mentioned in the text?

AExciting

BRisky

CEducational

DEnvironmental

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                                A

    Where Is Spring Break

    Where is Spring Break going to be? The options are endless. Do you want to get your blood pumping from thrilling travels? Look no further! These tours and destinations will keep you on your toes all week long.

    Panama: This underrated destination is a little-known secret of the most travelers! Through this tour you’ll get to hike, snorkel(浮潜) and explore all the best sights this beautiful country has to offer! Eight days tours for $250/day.

    Canada: This diverse country is full of options. Explore the East of Canada and visit cities such as Montreal, Quebec or Toronto. If you’re feeling adventurous, explore the Western part of the country with a Canadian Rockies Tour. During this twelve days tour you will hike a glacier to beautiful scenery and wander through postcard-worthy villages. Tours to Canada for $200/day.

    Iceland: Check off one of the seven wonders of the world with a tour of the Northern Lights and Golden Circle. Spend seven days full of adventure like hiking glaciers, snowshoeing through Thingvellir National Park, relaxing in the Geysir Hot springs and of course experiencing the glory of the Northern Lights! Seven days tours for $300/day.

    South Africa: Discover the diverse culture and wildlife that makes up South Africa. Your tour plan includes a journey along the coast known as “Rainbow Nation.” Here you will enjoy beautiful scenery, a hunting travel through Addo Elephant National Park and the wildlife in Tsitsikamma National Park. Nine days tours for $230/day.

According to the text, Panama is a destination which    .

Ais not as famous as the other three

Byou can go to for enjoying surfing

Coffers an option to hike in the park

Dtakes the most time of the four tours

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                                A

    Where Is Spring Break

    Where is Spring Break going to be? The options are endless. Do you want to get your blood pumping from thrilling travels? Look no further! These tours and destinations will keep you on your toes all week long.

    Panama: This underrated destination is a little-known secret of the most travelers! Through this tour you’ll get to hike, snorkel(浮潜) and explore all the best sights this beautiful country has to offer! Eight days tours for $250/day.

    Canada: This diverse country is full of options. Explore the East of Canada and visit cities such as Montreal, Quebec or Toronto. If you’re feeling adventurous, explore the Western part of the country with a Canadian Rockies Tour. During this twelve days tour you will hike a glacier to beautiful scenery and wander through postcard-worthy villages. Tours to Canada for $200/day.

    Iceland: Check off one of the seven wonders of the world with a tour of the Northern Lights and Golden Circle. Spend seven days full of adventure like hiking glaciers, snowshoeing through Thingvellir National Park, relaxing in the Geysir Hot springs and of course experiencing the glory of the Northern Lights! Seven days tours for $300/day.

    South Africa: Discover the diverse culture and wildlife that makes up South Africa. Your tour plan includes a journey along the coast known as “Rainbow Nation.” Here you will enjoy beautiful scenery, a hunting travel through Addo Elephant National Park and the wildlife in Tsitsikamma National Park. Nine days tours for $230/day.

Which destination costs tourists the most money?

APanama

BCanada

CIceland

DSouth Africa

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                                A

    Where Is Spring Break

    Where is Spring Break going to be? The options are endless. Do you want to get your blood pumping from thrilling travels? Look no further! These tours and destinations will keep you on your toes all week long.

    Panama: This underrated destination is a little-known secret of the most travelers! Through this tour you’ll get to hike, snorkel(浮潜) and explore all the best sights this beautiful country has to offer! Eight days tours for $250/day.

    Canada: This diverse country is full of options. Explore the East of Canada and visit cities such as Montreal, Quebec or Toronto. If you’re feeling adventurous, explore the Western part of the country with a Canadian Rockies Tour. During this twelve days tour you will hike a glacier to beautiful scenery and wander through postcard-worthy villages. Tours to Canada for $200/day.

    Iceland: Check off one of the seven wonders of the world with a tour of the Northern Lights and Golden Circle. Spend seven days full of adventure like hiking glaciers, snowshoeing through Thingvellir National Park, relaxing in the Geysir Hot springs and of course experiencing the glory of the Northern Lights! Seven days tours for $300/day.

    South Africa: Discover the diverse culture and wildlife that makes up South Africa. Your tour plan includes a journey along the coast known as “Rainbow Nation.” Here you will enjoy beautiful scenery, a hunting travel through Addo Elephant National Park and the wildlife in Tsitsikamma National Park. Nine days tours for $230/day.

What can be learned from the text?

ATourists can take a hot shower only in Iceland

BTourists can hike glaciers in both Canada and Iceland

CCanada offers Rockies Tour for tourists to explore the East

DTourists can enjoy a hunting travel through Tsitsikamma National Park

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                                B

    When Hai started college, he weighed over 250 pounds. Healthy food choices were difficult for him, and he was emotionally distraught(忧心忡忡). However, when he left home for college, he was able for the first time to start taking his life and weight into his own hands.

    He started by shopping at a local farmers’ market, an experience that inspired him profoundly. The idea that a farmer’s market represents local, sustainable, healthy food with a human connection where you can interact with the people that grow your produce was extremely appealing to him, and he began to think about the food that people at his university were eating. From what he saw at farmers’ markets, Hai realized that dining hall food was not “real” food. A lot of it is frozen or processed, and has unhealthy additives. His ideas continued to develop as he started taking classes about food sustainability at university, and after the summer of 2014 during which he cooperated with other students, he launched into his senior year at the University of California full force with the Real Food Challenge(RFC) campaign, a project he co-founded that aims to reinvest university spending in food that is “real”: ecologically-sound, community-based, humane, and fair; as opposed to those traditional purchases with those unhealthy additives and processed products.

    Not only has Hai started a movement of change across the university dining system, but he has also grown extremely as an individual, now with strong leadership abilities and great vision. In addition, after he started learning about food sustainability and taking action at university, Hai has lost over 100 pounds, and has been able to start enjoying activities such as backpacking and swimming that were not a possibility for him previously. He is confident instead of distraught now.

When did Hai get the idea of “real” food?

AWhen purchasing the locally-made food

BWhen reforming the university dining system

CWhen reinvesting university spending in food

DWhen organizing the Real Food Challenge campaign

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                                B

    When Hai started college, he weighed over 250 pounds. Healthy food choices were difficult for him, and he was emotionally distraught(忧心忡忡). However, when he left home for college, he was able for the first time to start taking his life and weight into his own hands.

    He started by shopping at a local farmers’ market, an experience that inspired him profoundly. The idea that a farmer’s market represents local, sustainable, healthy food with a human connection where you can interact with the people that grow your produce was extremely appealing to him, and he began to think about the food that people at his university were eating. From what he saw at farmers’ markets, Hai realized that dining hall food was not “real” food. A lot of it is frozen or processed, and has unhealthy additives. His ideas continued to develop as he started taking classes about food sustainability at university, and after the summer of 2014 during which he cooperated with other students, he launched into his senior year at the University of California full force with the Real Food Challenge(RFC) campaign, a project he co-founded that aims to reinvest university spending in food that is “real”: ecologically-sound, community-based, humane, and fair; as opposed to those traditional purchases with those unhealthy additives and processed products.

    Not only has Hai started a movement of change across the university dining system, but he has also grown extremely as an individual, now with strong leadership abilities and great vision. In addition, after he started learning about food sustainability and taking action at university, Hai has lost over 100 pounds, and has been able to start enjoying activities such as backpacking and swimming that were not a possibility for him previously. He is confident instead of distraught now.

What benefit has the campaign brought to Hai’s occupational development?

AHe has been hired by the university

BHe has become an expert in food field

CHe has got excellent leading ability

DHe has become much thinner than before

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                                B

    When Hai started college, he weighed over 250 pounds. Healthy food choices were difficult for him, and he was emotionally distraught(忧心忡忡). However, when he left home for college, he was able for the first time to start taking his life and weight into his own hands.

    He started by shopping at a local farmers’ market, an experience that inspired him profoundly. The idea that a farmer’s market represents local, sustainable, healthy food with a human connection where you can interact with the people that grow your produce was extremely appealing to him, and he began to think about the food that people at his university were eating. From what he saw at farmers’ markets, Hai realized that dining hall food was not “real” food. A lot of it is frozen or processed, and has unhealthy additives. His ideas continued to develop as he started taking classes about food sustainability at university, and after the summer of 2014 during which he cooperated with other students, he launched into his senior year at the University of California full force with the Real Food Challenge(RFC) campaign, a project he co-founded that aims to reinvest university spending in food that is “real”: ecologically-sound, community-based, humane, and fair; as opposed to those traditional purchases with those unhealthy additives and processed products.

    Not only has Hai started a movement of change across the university dining system, but he has also grown extremely as an individual, now with strong leadership abilities and great vision. In addition, after he started learning about food sustainability and taking action at university, Hai has lost over 100 pounds, and has been able to start enjoying activities such as backpacking and swimming that were not a possibility for him previously. He is confident instead of distraught now.

According to Hai, “real” food is    .

Arich in nutrition

Bmade by experts

Cfrozen or processed

Dhealthy without additives

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                                C

    Feifei, an 11-year-old boy from Xuzhou, Jiangsu Province, suffered from a sudden acute eye disease which has almost led to blindness. The disease was caused by excessive(过度的) eye fatigue(疲劳) during the winter  vacation, during which he played computer games for continuous 10 days and nights.

    Many youngsters in China nowadays are increasingly addicted to computer games and other electronic products. This is followed by a series of health problems, with the most typical case being myopia, or nearsightedness.

    According to the latest research report released by the World Health Organization(WHO), the myopia rate among Chinese teenagers ranks first in the world-70 percent of high school and college students. The rate is nearly 40 percent in primary school students, while it is only 10 percent for their peers in the United States.

    There are at least 10 million people in China with severe myopia, and they are likely to get pathological(病理性的) myopia in middle age. Pathological myopia can't be treated with glasses or surgery, and it is one of the biggest factors that lead to blindness, Xu Xun, director of the ophthalmology(眼科学 ) department at Shanghai General Hospital, pointed out.

    Experts explain that two major factors lead to the high rate of myopia among Chinese people. One is high academic pressure, and the other one is excessive use of electronic devices over a long period of time. Genetics, on the other hand, are not the main reason, as only 20 percent of Chinese people had myopia in the 1960s.

"Teenagers are now faced with severe academic pressure, which means they often study without natural light. This increases their risk of becoming nearsighted," Xu said.

    Experts suggest that youngsters maintain a proper balance between study and rest so as to protect their eyesight, and parents should play an active role in the process.

Why does the author mention Feifei's experience in the first paragraph?

ATo advise people to protect their eyes

BTo introduce the topic of nearsightedness

CTo inform people of the cause of blindness

DTo show that Feifei developed an eye disease

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                                C

    Feifei, an 11-year-old boy from Xuzhou, Jiangsu Province, suffered from a sudden acute eye disease which has almost led to blindness. The disease was caused by excessive(过度的) eye fatigue(疲劳) during the winter  vacation, during which he played computer games for continuous 10 days and nights.

    Many youngsters in China nowadays are increasingly addicted to computer games and other electronic products. This is followed by a series of health problems, with the most typical case being myopia, or nearsightedness.

    According to the latest research report released by the World Health Organization(WHO), the myopia rate among Chinese teenagers ranks first in the world-70 percent of high school and college students. The rate is nearly 40 percent in primary school students, while it is only 10 percent for their peers in the United States.

    There are at least 10 million people in China with severe myopia, and they are likely to get pathological(病理性的) myopia in middle age. Pathological myopia can't be treated with glasses or surgery, and it is one of the biggest factors that lead to blindness, Xu Xun, director of the ophthalmology(眼科学 ) department at Shanghai General Hospital, pointed out.

    Experts explain that two major factors lead to the high rate of myopia among Chinese people. One is high academic pressure, and the other one is excessive use of electronic devices over a long period of time. Genetics, on the other hand, are not the main reason, as only 20 percent of Chinese people had myopia in the 1960s.

"Teenagers are now faced with severe academic pressure, which means they often study without natural light. This increases their risk of becoming nearsighted," Xu said.

    Experts suggest that youngsters maintain a proper balance between study and rest so as to protect their eyesight, and parents should play an active role in the process.

What can be learnt from the passage?

ANearsightedness may cause other health problems

BThere are more nearsighted students in the United States

C70 percent Chinese students in primary school are nearsighted

DPathological myopia is most likely to cause blindness

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                                C

    Feifei, an 11-year-old boy from Xuzhou, Jiangsu Province, suffered from a sudden acute eye disease which has almost led to blindness. The disease was caused by excessive(过度的) eye fatigue(疲劳) during the winter  vacation, during which he played computer games for continuous 10 days and nights.

    Many youngsters in China nowadays are increasingly addicted to computer games and other electronic products. This is followed by a series of health problems, with the most typical case being myopia, or nearsightedness.

    According to the latest research report released by the World Health Organization(WHO), the myopia rate among Chinese teenagers ranks first in the world-70 percent of high school and college students. The rate is nearly 40 percent in primary school students, while it is only 10 percent for their peers in the United States.

    There are at least 10 million people in China with severe myopia, and they are likely to get pathological(病理性的) myopia in middle age. Pathological myopia can't be treated with glasses or surgery, and it is one of the biggest factors that lead to blindness, Xu Xun, director of the ophthalmology(眼科学 ) department at Shanghai General Hospital, pointed out.

    Experts explain that two major factors lead to the high rate of myopia among Chinese people. One is high academic pressure, and the other one is excessive use of electronic devices over a long period of time. Genetics, on the other hand, are not the main reason, as only 20 percent of Chinese people had myopia in the 1960s.

"Teenagers are now faced with severe academic pressure, which means they often study without natural light. This increases their risk of becoming nearsighted," Xu said.

    Experts suggest that youngsters maintain a proper balance between study and rest so as to protect their eyesight, and parents should play an active role in the process.

Which of the following can be a main reason for myopia?

AGenetics factors

BLow academic pressure.

COveruse of electronic devices

DReading in natural light

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                                C

    Feifei, an 11-year-old boy from Xuzhou, Jiangsu Province, suffered from a sudden acute eye disease which has almost led to blindness. The disease was caused by excessive(过度的) eye fatigue(疲劳) during the winter  vacation, during which he played computer games for continuous 10 days and nights.

    Many youngsters in China nowadays are increasingly addicted to computer games and other electronic products. This is followed by a series of health problems, with the most typical case being myopia, or nearsightedness.

    According to the latest research report released by the World Health Organization(WHO), the myopia rate among Chinese teenagers ranks first in the world-70 percent of high school and college students. The rate is nearly 40 percent in primary school students, while it is only 10 percent for their peers in the United States.

    There are at least 10 million people in China with severe myopia, and they are likely to get pathological(病理性的) myopia in middle age. Pathological myopia can't be treated with glasses or surgery, and it is one of the biggest factors that lead to blindness, Xu Xun, director of the ophthalmology(眼科学 ) department at Shanghai General Hospital, pointed out.

    Experts explain that two major factors lead to the high rate of myopia among Chinese people. One is high academic pressure, and the other one is excessive use of electronic devices over a long period of time. Genetics, on the other hand, are not the main reason, as only 20 percent of Chinese people had myopia in the 1960s.

"Teenagers are now faced with severe academic pressure, which means they often study without natural light. This increases their risk of becoming nearsighted," Xu said.

    Experts suggest that youngsters maintain a proper balance between study and rest so as to protect their eyesight, and parents should play an active role in the process.

What will be probably discussed in the following paragraph?

AThe significance of protecting eyesight

BYoungsters' bad behavior leading to myopia

CThe relationship between youngsters and their parents

DParents' role in helping youngsters protect their eyesight

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                                D

    Psychology tells us that many people hate to take risks. But it is good for us to take risks, especially when the risk is to achieve a desired result. In that way, we become stronger and braver.

    Our human nature should be to take risks, but some people just sit and wish they didn't have the fear to move on. This is because they failed a few times in their lives. Please step out and don't let the past hold you back from living life to the fullest. Move forward and move on! In studying the psychology of taking risks, we find that human provides us with the desire to experiment and take chances.

    Risk taking is a great advantage that allowed our ancestors to become stronger and stronger day by day. By taking risks they fought off enemies and discovered new territories. This attitude has become a part of our modern culture. Riding a roller coaster is a common risk taking activity. Even each person seems to enjoy the risk although they have the understanding that it is dangerous. This psychological and biological connection creates an interesting connection between what is unsafe and what humans enjoy.

    Getting in a car each day is a risk. Getting out of bed is a risk, too. We need to take risks so that we can complete many things. Astronauts take risks when they get inside a rocket; however, the things they achieve are great. Businessmen take a risk when they buy parts of a company, however, without doing that, they could not make more money.

    We need to take risks so that we can gain something. It is impossible to move forward in life, earn money, enjoy a relationship, play a sport, or doing anything else without taking a risk. It is all part of the game. It' s one of the most important parts of life.

Some people don' t want to take risks, mainly because    .

Athey are too lazy to move on

Bthey feel pleased with the present life

Cthey have failed several times before

Dthey show little interest in the strange world outside

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                                D

    Psychology tells us that many people hate to take risks. But it is good for us to take risks, especially when the risk is to achieve a desired result. In that way, we become stronger and braver.

    Our human nature should be to take risks, but some people just sit and wish they didn't have the fear to move on. This is because they failed a few times in their lives. Please step out and don't let the past hold you back from living life to the fullest. Move forward and move on! In studying the psychology of taking risks, we find that human provides us with the desire to experiment and take chances.

    Risk taking is a great advantage that allowed our ancestors to become stronger and stronger day by day. By taking risks they fought off enemies and discovered new territories. This attitude has become a part of our modern culture. Riding a roller coaster is a common risk taking activity. Even each person seems to enjoy the risk although they have the understanding that it is dangerous. This psychological and biological connection creates an interesting connection between what is unsafe and what humans enjoy.

    Getting in a car each day is a risk. Getting out of bed is a risk, too. We need to take risks so that we can complete many things. Astronauts take risks when they get inside a rocket; however, the things they achieve are great. Businessmen take a risk when they buy parts of a company, however, without doing that, they could not make more money.

    We need to take risks so that we can gain something. It is impossible to move forward in life, earn money, enjoy a relationship, play a sport, or doing anything else without taking a risk. It is all part of the game. It' s one of the most important parts of life.

What does the underlined part "This attitude" in Paragraph 3 mean?

ATaking risks

BFighting off enemies

CDiscovering new territories

DBecoming stronger and stronger

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                                D

    Psychology tells us that many people hate to take risks. But it is good for us to take risks, especially when the risk is to achieve a desired result. In that way, we become stronger and braver.

    Our human nature should be to take risks, but some people just sit and wish they didn't have the fear to move on. This is because they failed a few times in their lives. Please step out and don't let the past hold you back from living life to the fullest. Move forward and move on! In studying the psychology of taking risks, we find that human provides us with the desire to experiment and take chances.

    Risk taking is a great advantage that allowed our ancestors to become stronger and stronger day by day. By taking risks they fought off enemies and discovered new territories. This attitude has become a part of our modern culture. Riding a roller coaster is a common risk taking activity. Even each person seems to enjoy the risk although they have the understanding that it is dangerous. This psychological and biological connection creates an interesting connection between what is unsafe and what humans enjoy.

    Getting in a car each day is a risk. Getting out of bed is a risk, too. We need to take risks so that we can complete many things. Astronauts take risks when they get inside a rocket; however, the things they achieve are great. Businessmen take a risk when they buy parts of a company, however, without doing that, they could not make more money.

    We need to take risks so that we can gain something. It is impossible to move forward in life, earn money, enjoy a relationship, play a sport, or doing anything else without taking a risk. It is all part of the game. It' s one of the most important parts of life.

What can we infer from the passage?

ADaily life is full of risks

BThe safest place has the greatest risk

CPeople should take risks when they are young

DWe can always achieve our goals by taking risks

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                                D

    Psychology tells us that many people hate to take risks. But it is good for us to take risks, especially when the risk is to achieve a desired result. In that way, we become stronger and braver.

    Our human nature should be to take risks, but some people just sit and wish they didn't have the fear to move on. This is because they failed a few times in their lives. Please step out and don't let the past hold you back from living life to the fullest. Move forward and move on! In studying the psychology of taking risks, we find that human provides us with the desire to experiment and take chances.

    Risk taking is a great advantage that allowed our ancestors to become stronger and stronger day by day. By taking risks they fought off enemies and discovered new territories. This attitude has become a part of our modern culture. Riding a roller coaster is a common risk taking activity. Even each person seems to enjoy the risk although they have the understanding that it is dangerous. This psychological and biological connection creates an interesting connection between what is unsafe and what humans enjoy.

    Getting in a car each day is a risk. Getting out of bed is a risk, too. We need to take risks so that we can complete many things. Astronauts take risks when they get inside a rocket; however, the things they achieve are great. Businessmen take a risk when they buy parts of a company, however, without doing that, they could not make more money.

    We need to take risks so that we can gain something. It is impossible to move forward in life, earn money, enjoy a relationship, play a sport, or doing anything else without taking a risk. It is all part of the game. It' s one of the most important parts of life.

What would be the title for the passage?

ATaking Risks Is Easier Said than Done

BRisks Taken by Ancestors

CLive Our Life to the Fullest

DNo Risk, No Gain

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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,选项中有两项为多余选项。

How to Calm Down at Work

    The workplace can be a stressful place. Anxiety, conflict, bad management and overwork can lead to frustration and stress.___16___

    Keep something you like to look at within sight. A photo of a loved one or a favorite personal souvenir are the best examples. Keep such an item somewhere you can glance at it whenever you wish to do so.___17___

    Take a moment to engage your body. If you' re unable to leave your work area, stand and stretch for a moment. Muscle tension exercises can also help you calm down.___18___For instance, start by squeezing all of your face muscles as tightly as you can for twenty seconds and slowly releasing them.

    Write down the reason why you are upset.___19___Getting your thoughts and feelings out on paper can help clarify the issue you' re having. Writing down your thoughts can even help you determine the best way to address your frustration or anxiety and move forward.

    ___20___If you and another co-worker are constantly frustrated with one another, set up a time to speak with him or her. Say something like, "Hey, Sarah, let' s sit down sometime soon and chat to make sure we' re on the same page about our upcoming project."

    A. Turn to your workmates for help

    B. Communicate with your workmates

    C. A vase of flowers on your desk is another good example

    D. Focus on one particular muscle or muscle group at a time

    E. Here are the steps you can take to help you calm down at work

    F. Engage your body by rolling your head, shoulder, and ankles while sitting

    G. The best way to figure out exactly what's bothering you is to write it down

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第一节 完形填空(共20小题;每题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,选取可以填入空白处的最佳选项。

    I remember the first day when I saw Sally playing basketball. I watched in wonder as she struggled her way through the crowd of boys on the playground. She seemed so___21___,but she managed to shoot jump shots just over their heads and into the net. The boys always tried to stop her___22___nobody could.

    I began to notice Sally at other times, basketball in hand, playing___23___. She practiced dribbling and___24___over and over.

    One day I asked Sally why she___25___so much. Without a moment of hesitation she said, "I want to go to college. The only way I can go is to get a___26___. I'm going to play college basketball and I want to be the best one. I believe that if I am___27___enough, I will get one. My father has told me that if the dream is big enough, the facts don't___28___."

    I___29___her through those junior high years and into high school. Every week, she led her team to___30___. One day in her senior year, I saw her sitting on the grass, her head___31___in her arms. Slowly and quietly, I___32___and sat down beside her. "What's wrong?" I asked. "Oh, nothing, "came a soft reply , “I am just too short." The___33___told her that at 165cm she would probably never play for a top team-still less she would be___34___a scholarship-so she should stop dreaming about college.

    I felt she was extremely___35___. I asked her if she had talked to her dad about it yet. She told me that her father said those coaches were___36___. They didn’t understand the___37___of a dream.

    The next year, Sally was seen by a college basketball coach after a big game. She was___38___offered a scholarship and___39___to the college team. She was going to get the college education that she had___40___and worked toward for all those years.

    It' s true: if the dream is big enough, the facts don' t count.

21.

    A. silent    

    B. small    

    C. strong    

    D. huge

22. 

    A. but    

    B. and    

    C. so    

    D. for

23. 

    A. still    

    B. again    

    C. well    

    D. alone

24. 

    A. passing    

    B. running    

    C. shooting    

    D. struggling

25. 

    A. studied    

    B. practiced    

    C. expected    

    D. improved

26. 

    A. title    

    B. prize    

    C. scholarship    

    D. reward

27. 

    A. good    

    B. brave    

    C. careful    

    D. active

28. 

    A. lack    

    B. talk    

    C. appear    

    D. count

29. 

    A. encouraged    

    B. respected    

    C. watched    

    D. helped

30. 

    A. victory    

    B. confidence    

    C. responsibility            

    D .profession

31. 

    A. dropped    

    B. buried    

    C. covered    

    D. sunk

32. 

    A. walked off    

    B. walked out    

    C. walked around    

    D. walked up

33. 

    A. coach    

    B. teacher    

    C. captain    

    D. leader

34. 

    A. suggested    

    B. sent    

    C. promised    

    D. offered

35. 

    A. worried    

    B. excited    

    C. disappointed    

    D. surprised

36. 

    A. great    

    B. wrong    

    C. strict    

    D. cruel

37. 

    A. pressure    

    B. value    

    C. cause                    

    D- power

38. 

    A. exactly    

    B. naturally    

    C. really    

    D. normally

39. 

    A. taken    

    B. admitted    

    C. introduced    

    D. appointed

40. 

    A. dreamed of    

    B. picked up    

    C. benefited from    

    D. carried out

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第二节(共10小题;每小题1.5分,满分15分)

    阅读下面材料,在空白处填入适当的内容(1个单词)或括号内单词的正确形式。

    Each year, thousands of people come to Shaanxi, China, to visit the Terracotta Army, which shows the life of Qin Shi Huang,___41___country' s first emperor.

    As one of the most famous tourist sights in the world, the Terracotta Army is a form of funerary (葬礼的) art___42___(bury) with the First Emperor in 210 to 209 BC. It was designed___43___(protect) the emperor in his afterlife.

    Since their ___44___ (discover), experts have questioned whether the life-size models of soldiers___45___(base) on real warriors (勇士) or whether they came off a production line.

    In October a BBC documentary ( 纪录片) the Greatest Tomb on Earth: Secrets of Ancient China, suggested the inspiration for the Terracotta Warriors may have come___46___Ancient Greece, about___47___Archaeologist Li Xiuzhen said, "We now have evidence that close contact did exist between the First Emperor's China and the West."

    On the 41st International Museum Day, it was___48___(official) announced that new technology has just made___49___possible for visitors to be guided. Thanks to an interactive(交互式) 360-degree video, visitors can choose either to view the___50___(figure) close-up or from a distance.

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第一节 短文改错(共10小题;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作文,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(∧),并在其下面写出该加的词。

    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。

    An opening week held in our school last week so that we could show a great achievements we made in art education.

    The art works exhibition went on from Monday to Friday, exhibit the excellent art works, such as paper cuts, paintings and flower arrangements. Both of the art works were created by the students of our school. That attracted the public most was the singing and dancing performances in Friday afternoon. All these activities draw the close attention of the public and parents as well, receiving high praises from the public.

    Through these activity, the public has a better understanding of our school. As a result of ,we all think that the opening week was of great successful.

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第二节 书面表达(满分25分)

    假定你是李华,美籍交换生Lucy在邮件中说对你校流行的"阅读经典好书"(Read classic books)活动十分感兴趣,请你回封邮件详细地介绍此活动。内容包括:

    1.阐述阅读经典好书的意义;

    2.列举阅读活动安排;

    3.期待她的参与。

    注意:1.词数100左右;

              2.可以适当增加细节,以使行文连贯。

Dear Lucy,

_______________________________________________________________________________

__________________________________________________________________________

                                                Yours,

                                                Li Hua

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