• 英语 西宁市2018年高三青海省第一次模拟试题
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

                          Road trip

    Motorhome delivery offers great family holidays. For just $ 1 a day, you can hire a fully-equipped motorhome, which you deliver to a specific destination within some days and kilometers. You then hire another one to get home or take a bus or train. Your only other expense will be fuel and about $ 20 a day for parking fees. To learn more, visit apollocamper.com 

Plan ahead

    For a comfortable break, flexibility with times, dates and places helps lower the cost. Find a few hotels you like, ask about their vacant rooms, then wait a few weeks and call again. If they still have rooms, you’re at an advantage to ask for a better price. Lots of last-minute deals are online. Watif (watif.com.au) has deals on hotels that have dropped their prices so low. You don’t know where you’re staying until it’s booked, but anywhere with four or five stars has to be fairly good.

Back to nature

    Wild camping appeals to nature lovers and costs nothing. This is forbidden on beaches and parks in most urban areas, but you can turn up in more distant areas as long as nobody owns the land, You’ll need to take everything with you and may need to shop on eBuy (ebuy.com.au). If you’re a camping beginner, be aware of safety measures and get your questions answered on the Internet.

Swap meet

    How about a home swap? For a $ 250 yearly joining cost, you can stay in someone’s home in an international place of your choice while they or someone else stays in yours. Find out more at familylink.com.au.

Where can you get the information about motorhomes?

Aapollocamper.com.

Bwatif.com.au.

Cebuy.com.au.

Dfamilylink.com.au.

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                                A

                          Road trip

    Motorhome delivery offers great family holidays. For just $ 1 a day, you can hire a fully-equipped motorhome, which you deliver to a specific destination within some days and kilometers. You then hire another one to get home or take a bus or train. Your only other expense will be fuel and about $ 20 a day for parking fees. To learn more, visit apollocamper.com 

Plan ahead

    For a comfortable break, flexibility with times, dates and places helps lower the cost. Find a few hotels you like, ask about their vacant rooms, then wait a few weeks and call again. If they still have rooms, you’re at an advantage to ask for a better price. Lots of last-minute deals are online. Watif (watif.com.au) has deals on hotels that have dropped their prices so low. You don’t know where you’re staying until it’s booked, but anywhere with four or five stars has to be fairly good.

Back to nature

    Wild camping appeals to nature lovers and costs nothing. This is forbidden on beaches and parks in most urban areas, but you can turn up in more distant areas as long as nobody owns the land, You’ll need to take everything with you and may need to shop on eBuy (ebuy.com.au). If you’re a camping beginner, be aware of safety measures and get your questions answered on the Internet.

Swap meet

    How about a home swap? For a $ 250 yearly joining cost, you can stay in someone’s home in an international place of your choice while they or someone else stays in yours. Find out more at familylink.com.au.

What helps to pay less for rooms in a hotel?

AChoosing hotels with four or five stars.

BBargaining prices through the Internet.

CWaiting for some time before booking.

DDeciding on rooms as early as possible.

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                                A

                          Road trip

    Motorhome delivery offers great family holidays. For just $ 1 a day, you can hire a fully-equipped motorhome, which you deliver to a specific destination within some days and kilometers. You then hire another one to get home or take a bus or train. Your only other expense will be fuel and about $ 20 a day for parking fees. To learn more, visit apollocamper.com 

Plan ahead

    For a comfortable break, flexibility with times, dates and places helps lower the cost. Find a few hotels you like, ask about their vacant rooms, then wait a few weeks and call again. If they still have rooms, you’re at an advantage to ask for a better price. Lots of last-minute deals are online. Watif (watif.com.au) has deals on hotels that have dropped their prices so low. You don’t know where you’re staying until it’s booked, but anywhere with four or five stars has to be fairly good.

Back to nature

    Wild camping appeals to nature lovers and costs nothing. This is forbidden on beaches and parks in most urban areas, but you can turn up in more distant areas as long as nobody owns the land, You’ll need to take everything with you and may need to shop on eBuy (ebuy.com.au). If you’re a camping beginner, be aware of safety measures and get your questions answered on the Internet.

Swap meet

    How about a home swap? For a $ 250 yearly joining cost, you can stay in someone’s home in an international place of your choice while they or someone else stays in yours. Find out more at familylink.com.au.

What’s the advice for camping beginners?

AKeep in touch with eBey.

BWatch out for possible dangers.

CStayaway from no-man’s land.

DTake only what you need.

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                                A

                          Road trip

    Motorhome delivery offers great family holidays. For just $ 1 a day, you can hire a fully-equipped motorhome, which you deliver to a specific destination within some days and kilometers. You then hire another one to get home or take a bus or train. Your only other expense will be fuel and about $ 20 a day for parking fees. To learn more, visit apollocamper.com 

Plan ahead

    For a comfortable break, flexibility with times, dates and places helps lower the cost. Find a few hotels you like, ask about their vacant rooms, then wait a few weeks and call again. If they still have rooms, you’re at an advantage to ask for a better price. Lots of last-minute deals are online. Watif (watif.com.au) has deals on hotels that have dropped their prices so low. You don’t know where you’re staying until it’s booked, but anywhere with four or five stars has to be fairly good.

Back to nature

    Wild camping appeals to nature lovers and costs nothing. This is forbidden on beaches and parks in most urban areas, but you can turn up in more distant areas as long as nobody owns the land, You’ll need to take everything with you and may need to shop on eBuy (ebuy.com.au). If you’re a camping beginner, be aware of safety measures and get your questions answered on the Internet.

Swap meet

    How about a home swap? For a $ 250 yearly joining cost, you can stay in someone’s home in an international place of your choice while they or someone else stays in yours. Find out more at familylink.com.au.

What’s the purpose of the text?

ATo teach the importance of running away from work.

BTo introduce new destinations for nature lovers.

CTo show the advantages of online service.

DTo help people have fun at less expense.

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                                B

    One time a young man, who hoped to study law, wrote to Lincoln for advice, and Lincoln replied, “If you are determined to make a lawyer of yourself, the thing is more than half done already. Always bear in mind that your own determination to succeed is more important than any other one thing.”

    Lincoln knew. He had gone through it all. He had never, in his entire life, had more than a total of one year’s schooling. And books? Lincoln once said he had walked to borrow every book within fifty miles of his home. A fire was usually kept going all night in the small house and he read by the light of it.

    He walked twenty or thirty miles to hear a speaker and, returning home, he practiced his talks everywhere—in the fields, in the woods, before the crowds. He joined several societies and practiced speaking on the topics of the day.

    A lack of confidence always troubled him. In the presence of women he was shy and dumb. Even when he was in love with Mary Todd, he used to sit there, nervous and silent, unable to find words, listening while she did the talking. Yet that was the man who, by practice and home study, made himself into the speaker who debated with the famous speaker Douglas! That was the man who, in Gettysburg address rose to the heights of eloquence (雄辩) that have seldom been achieved in all the human history.

    Small wonder that, speaking of his own great barriers and painful struggle, he wrote, “If you are determined to make a lawyer of yourself, the thing is more than half done already.”

What does the underlined word “it” (in Paragraph 2) refer to?

AEarning a fortune.

BMaking a living.

CAsking for advice.

DBecoming a lawyer.

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                                B

    One time a young man, who hoped to study law, wrote to Lincoln for advice, and Lincoln replied, “If you are determined to make a lawyer of yourself, the thing is more than half done already. Always bear in mind that your own determination to succeed is more important than any other one thing.”

    Lincoln knew. He had gone through it all. He had never, in his entire life, had more than a total of one year’s schooling. And books? Lincoln once said he had walked to borrow every book within fifty miles of his home. A fire was usually kept going all night in the small house and he read by the light of it.

    He walked twenty or thirty miles to hear a speaker and, returning home, he practiced his talks everywhere—in the fields, in the woods, before the crowds. He joined several societies and practiced speaking on the topics of the day.

    A lack of confidence always troubled him. In the presence of women he was shy and dumb. Even when he was in love with Mary Todd, he used to sit there, nervous and silent, unable to find words, listening while she did the talking. Yet that was the man who, by practice and home study, made himself into the speaker who debated with the famous speaker Douglas! That was the man who, in Gettysburg address rose to the heights of eloquence (雄辩) that have seldom been achieved in all the human history.

    Small wonder that, speaking of his own great barriers and painful struggle, he wrote, “If you are determined to make a lawyer of yourself, the thing is more than half done already.”

What is the key point of the fourth paragraph?

ALincoln’s courage.

BLincoln’s position.

CLincoln’s progress.

DLincoln’s eloquence.

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                                B

    One time a young man, who hoped to study law, wrote to Lincoln for advice, and Lincoln replied, “If you are determined to make a lawyer of yourself, the thing is more than half done already. Always bear in mind that your own determination to succeed is more important than any other one thing.”

    Lincoln knew. He had gone through it all. He had never, in his entire life, had more than a total of one year’s schooling. And books? Lincoln once said he had walked to borrow every book within fifty miles of his home. A fire was usually kept going all night in the small house and he read by the light of it.

    He walked twenty or thirty miles to hear a speaker and, returning home, he practiced his talks everywhere—in the fields, in the woods, before the crowds. He joined several societies and practiced speaking on the topics of the day.

    A lack of confidence always troubled him. In the presence of women he was shy and dumb. Even when he was in love with Mary Todd, he used to sit there, nervous and silent, unable to find words, listening while she did the talking. Yet that was the man who, by practice and home study, made himself into the speaker who debated with the famous speaker Douglas! That was the man who, in Gettysburg address rose to the heights of eloquence (雄辩) that have seldom been achieved in all the human history.

    Small wonder that, speaking of his own great barriers and painful struggle, he wrote, “If you are determined to make a lawyer of yourself, the thing is more than half done already.”

What is the most vital spirit reflected in Lincoln’s story above?

ABelieving in oneself.

BKeeping on practicing hard.

COvercoming difficulties.

DSticking to one’s determination.

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                                C

    Scientists made a great break through this year in England when the first "test tube" baby was born.The birth was the result of many years of research by doctors.The doctors did the research in groups to help the women who cannot conceive a baby in the normal way.

    What happened when the baby was born "from a test tube"? Well, the baby did not literally grow in a test tube.The first stage of the process was that the egg from the woman and the sperm from the man were put together in the test tube.After all, the embryo(胚胎)was put into the womb (子宫)of a woman.This process was difficult.But it was successful, so the baby was eventually born, like any other, from a woman, only the woman wasn't the baby's real mother, but a sort of "carrier" of a baby produced by another couple.

    Obviously, this method is to help to couples who can't have children because of physical problems in the woman.But very difficult moral problems arise in the kind of situation.Take it for instance, a case that happened this year.A couple who wanted a baby advertised for a woman to have a child by the father of the couple.They offered the woman a lot of money.The woman was made pregnant by artificial insemination(人工受精); in this case, the woman "employed" to bear the child was its real mother.When the baby was born, the woman refused to give it back to the couple.But, in the eyes of the law, the woman had a right to keep the children because she was its biological mother.

    You could argue that we should change the law to deal with this kind of situation.In earlier times, there were always healthy babies needing adoption, because family planning methods were not so effective as they are now.These days, however, most of the children who can be adopted are over six years old, often handicapped(残疾) in some way.So a couple who want a young healthy baby cannot always adopt one, this is why the "test tube" baby is in demand.But is it normally right to use this method? Should we temper with nature in this way? Even if we change the law, would this be the right step to take ?

The birth of the first "test-tube" baby is a great advance _____.

Aon medical science

Bin birth control

Con the research for babies

Din the lives of married women

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                                C

    Scientists made a great break through this year in England when the first "test tube" baby was born.The birth was the result of many years of research by doctors.The doctors did the research in groups to help the women who cannot conceive a baby in the normal way.

    What happened when the baby was born "from a test tube"? Well, the baby did not literally grow in a test tube.The first stage of the process was that the egg from the woman and the sperm from the man were put together in the test tube.After all, the embryo(胚胎)was put into the womb (子宫)of a woman.This process was difficult.But it was successful, so the baby was eventually born, like any other, from a woman, only the woman wasn't the baby's real mother, but a sort of "carrier" of a baby produced by another couple.

    Obviously, this method is to help to couples who can't have children because of physical problems in the woman.But very difficult moral problems arise in the kind of situation.Take it for instance, a case that happened this year.A couple who wanted a baby advertised for a woman to have a child by the father of the couple.They offered the woman a lot of money.The woman was made pregnant by artificial insemination(人工受精); in this case, the woman "employed" to bear the child was its real mother.When the baby was born, the woman refused to give it back to the couple.But, in the eyes of the law, the woman had a right to keep the children because she was its biological mother.

    You could argue that we should change the law to deal with this kind of situation.In earlier times, there were always healthy babies needing adoption, because family planning methods were not so effective as they are now.These days, however, most of the children who can be adopted are over six years old, often handicapped(残疾) in some way.So a couple who want a young healthy baby cannot always adopt one, this is why the "test tube" baby is in demand.But is it normally right to use this method? Should we temper with nature in this way? Even if we change the law, would this be the right step to take ?

When we say a baby was born "from a test-tube", we mean_____ .

Athe baby didn't develop in the womb of a woman

Bthe baby has no biological parents

Cthe embryo was formed in the test tube

Dthe baby grew in the test-tube before it was born

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                                C

    Scientists made a great break through this year in England when the first "test tube" baby was born.The birth was the result of many years of research by doctors.The doctors did the research in groups to help the women who cannot conceive a baby in the normal way.

    What happened when the baby was born "from a test tube"? Well, the baby did not literally grow in a test tube.The first stage of the process was that the egg from the woman and the sperm from the man were put together in the test tube.After all, the embryo(胚胎)was put into the womb (子宫)of a woman.This process was difficult.But it was successful, so the baby was eventually born, like any other, from a woman, only the woman wasn't the baby's real mother, but a sort of "carrier" of a baby produced by another couple.

    Obviously, this method is to help to couples who can't have children because of physical problems in the woman.But very difficult moral problems arise in the kind of situation.Take it for instance, a case that happened this year.A couple who wanted a baby advertised for a woman to have a child by the father of the couple.They offered the woman a lot of money.The woman was made pregnant by artificial insemination(人工受精); in this case, the woman "employed" to bear the child was its real mother.When the baby was born, the woman refused to give it back to the couple.But, in the eyes of the law, the woman had a right to keep the children because she was its biological mother.

    You could argue that we should change the law to deal with this kind of situation.In earlier times, there were always healthy babies needing adoption, because family planning methods were not so effective as they are now.These days, however, most of the children who can be adopted are over six years old, often handicapped(残疾) in some way.So a couple who want a young healthy baby cannot always adopt one, this is why the "test tube" baby is in demand.But is it normally right to use this method? Should we temper with nature in this way? Even if we change the law, would this be the right step to take ?

According to the law, who has right to keep the baby produced by the artificial method?

AThe couple who want a baby.

BThe biological mother of the child.

CThe person who pays the money to the real mother.

DThe father who advertises for a biological mother.

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                                C

    Scientists made a great break through this year in England when the first "test tube" baby was born.The birth was the result of many years of research by doctors.The doctors did the research in groups to help the women who cannot conceive a baby in the normal way.

    What happened when the baby was born "from a test tube"? Well, the baby did not literally grow in a test tube.The first stage of the process was that the egg from the woman and the sperm from the man were put together in the test tube.After all, the embryo(胚胎)was put into the womb (子宫)of a woman.This process was difficult.But it was successful, so the baby was eventually born, like any other, from a woman, only the woman wasn't the baby's real mother, but a sort of "carrier" of a baby produced by another couple.

    Obviously, this method is to help to couples who can't have children because of physical problems in the woman.But very difficult moral problems arise in the kind of situation.Take it for instance, a case that happened this year.A couple who wanted a baby advertised for a woman to have a child by the father of the couple.They offered the woman a lot of money.The woman was made pregnant by artificial insemination(人工受精); in this case, the woman "employed" to bear the child was its real mother.When the baby was born, the woman refused to give it back to the couple.But, in the eyes of the law, the woman had a right to keep the children because she was its biological mother.

    You could argue that we should change the law to deal with this kind of situation.In earlier times, there were always healthy babies needing adoption, because family planning methods were not so effective as they are now.These days, however, most of the children who can be adopted are over six years old, often handicapped(残疾) in some way.So a couple who want a young healthy baby cannot always adopt one, this is why the "test tube" baby is in demand.But is it normally right to use this method? Should we temper with nature in this way? Even if we change the law, would this be the right step to take ?

According to the passage, people need "test-tube baby" because_____ .

Afamily planning methods are not effective.

Bthey can't always adopt a young healthy baby

Cthey are unwilling to adopt a child.

Dthere are so many babies needing adoption.

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                                D

    German artist HA Schult is an unusual artist who uses trash (废旧物) to make sculptures. “We are living in the time of garbage,” says Schult. “I created a thousand sculptures of garbage. They are a mirror of ourselves.” Here, Schult was talking about his 1,000 trash sculptures in the form of humans. He first exhibited them in 1996 in the western German state of North Rhine-Westphalia.

    “They are social sculptures,” he explains. “They are not only sculptures for the eyes. They are sculptures to spread the idea that we live in a time of garbage.” So far, Schult’s social sculptures have been on show in Paris, in Moscow’s Red Square, on the Great Wall of China, and in the desert next to the Giza Pyramids near Cairo.

    HA Schult’s work is unforgettable. Although his work has had a big influence on the art world, Schult remains modest about his creations:”Artists have to learn every time. We are not important. All that counts is the time in which we are living.”

    Trash art has been around for years. But it seems that only the popular artists are regarded as true artists when working with trash. Why can’t common people be considered artists when they use the same things and change them into some form of personal art? Maybe it’s because we all have our own preset ideas of what art is and isn’t, or who artists are or should be.

    You can be an artist like Schult if you try. Look at used metal cans. What might be done with them? Imagine them in any number of new uses, or imagine them simply as an art form. What about boxes or clothing? Boxes can usually serve as new storage containers and houses for pets. And clothing? Imagine taking old clothes and turning them into hats or hanging organizers.

What do we know about Schult’s sculptures?

AThey served as garbage containers.

BThey reflected environmental issues.

CThey were first shown in Paris, France.

DThey were to raise economic awareness.

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                                D

    German artist HA Schult is an unusual artist who uses trash (废旧物) to make sculptures. “We are living in the time of garbage,” says Schult. “I created a thousand sculptures of garbage. They are a mirror of ourselves.” Here, Schult was talking about his 1,000 trash sculptures in the form of humans. He first exhibited them in 1996 in the western German state of North Rhine-Westphalia.

    “They are social sculptures,” he explains. “They are not only sculptures for the eyes. They are sculptures to spread the idea that we live in a time of garbage.” So far, Schult’s social sculptures have been on show in Paris, in Moscow’s Red Square, on the Great Wall of China, and in the desert next to the Giza Pyramids near Cairo.

    HA Schult’s work is unforgettable. Although his work has had a big influence on the art world, Schult remains modest about his creations:”Artists have to learn every time. We are not important. All that counts is the time in which we are living.”

    Trash art has been around for years. But it seems that only the popular artists are regarded as true artists when working with trash. Why can’t common people be considered artists when they use the same things and change them into some form of personal art? Maybe it’s because we all have our own preset ideas of what art is and isn’t, or who artists are or should be.

    You can be an artist like Schult if you try. Look at used metal cans. What might be done with them? Imagine them in any number of new uses, or imagine them simply as an art form. What about boxes or clothing? Boxes can usually serve as new storage containers and houses for pets. And clothing? Imagine taking old clothes and turning them into hats or hanging organizers.

HA Schult’s artistic works also get the message across that an artist must      .

Abe socially responsible

Bbe as modest as possible

Cmake garbage recyclable

Dtake diverse artistic forms

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                                D

    German artist HA Schult is an unusual artist who uses trash (废旧物) to make sculptures. “We are living in the time of garbage,” says Schult. “I created a thousand sculptures of garbage. They are a mirror of ourselves.” Here, Schult was talking about his 1,000 trash sculptures in the form of humans. He first exhibited them in 1996 in the western German state of North Rhine-Westphalia.

    “They are social sculptures,” he explains. “They are not only sculptures for the eyes. They are sculptures to spread the idea that we live in a time of garbage.” So far, Schult’s social sculptures have been on show in Paris, in Moscow’s Red Square, on the Great Wall of China, and in the desert next to the Giza Pyramids near Cairo.

    HA Schult’s work is unforgettable. Although his work has had a big influence on the art world, Schult remains modest about his creations:”Artists have to learn every time. We are not important. All that counts is the time in which we are living.”

    Trash art has been around for years. But it seems that only the popular artists are regarded as true artists when working with trash. Why can’t common people be considered artists when they use the same things and change them into some form of personal art? Maybe it’s because we all have our own preset ideas of what art is and isn’t, or who artists are or should be.

    You can be an artist like Schult if you try. Look at used metal cans. What might be done with them? Imagine them in any number of new uses, or imagine them simply as an art form. What about boxes or clothing? Boxes can usually serve as new storage containers and houses for pets. And clothing? Imagine taking old clothes and turning them into hats or hanging organizers.

According to the last 2 Paragraphs, the author probably agrees that      .

Ait takes talent to be a trash artist

Bpreset ideas are important to artists

Ctrash art can’t be seen as a real art form

Daverage people can also make trash artists

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                                D

    German artist HA Schult is an unusual artist who uses trash (废旧物) to make sculptures. “We are living in the time of garbage,” says Schult. “I created a thousand sculptures of garbage. They are a mirror of ourselves.” Here, Schult was talking about his 1,000 trash sculptures in the form of humans. He first exhibited them in 1996 in the western German state of North Rhine-Westphalia.

    “They are social sculptures,” he explains. “They are not only sculptures for the eyes. They are sculptures to spread the idea that we live in a time of garbage.” So far, Schult’s social sculptures have been on show in Paris, in Moscow’s Red Square, on the Great Wall of China, and in the desert next to the Giza Pyramids near Cairo.

    HA Schult’s work is unforgettable. Although his work has had a big influence on the art world, Schult remains modest about his creations:”Artists have to learn every time. We are not important. All that counts is the time in which we are living.”

    Trash art has been around for years. But it seems that only the popular artists are regarded as true artists when working with trash. Why can’t common people be considered artists when they use the same things and change them into some form of personal art? Maybe it’s because we all have our own preset ideas of what art is and isn’t, or who artists are or should be.

    You can be an artist like Schult if you try. Look at used metal cans. What might be done with them? Imagine them in any number of new uses, or imagine them simply as an art form. What about boxes or clothing? Boxes can usually serve as new storage containers and houses for pets. And clothing? Imagine taking old clothes and turning them into hats or hanging organizers.

Which of the following is the best title for the text?

ACould You Be a Trash Artist?

BWhat Are Social Sculptures?

CDo You Know About Trash Art?

DHow Can We Deal with Used Cans?

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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。

        4 Key Strategies for Running to Lose Weight 

    As one of the most active exercises out there, running is an extremely efficient way to bum calories and lose weight. A 150-pound person will bum approximately 100 calories per mile when running.  36  

1. Healthy Eating is the First Step

    If you want to lose weight by running, keep in mind that you’ll only lose pounds if you burn more calories than you consume. To lose a pound, you have to bum, through exercise or life functions, about 3500 calories.  37   Runners do have special nutrition needs, but the basic principles for healthy eating still apply. Try choosing smaller portions of high-fat and high-calorie foods and eating more whole grains, fruits, and vegetables.

2. Follow a training schedule

    Sticking to a training schedule is a simple way to stay motivated to run.  38   So it’s much harder to postpone or skip workouts. Following a schedule can also help you avoid a running injury by not increasing your mileage too quickly.

3. Run regularly

    If you don’t want to follow a schedule, you still need to have some consistency with your running because you won’t lose weight by running once a week. It’s best to get some activity every day.  39   If you find that your motivation to run is suffering, follow some necessary tips to get inspired.

4.  40  

    Incorporating speed work or interval training (running at a very fast speed for short intervals of time) into your running routine can also help your weight loss efforts. Speed work bums a great amount of calories in a short period of time. You’ll also increase your muscle mass, causing you to bum more calories throughout the day.

    A. Keep it challenging

    B. Eat for Performance

    C. You’ll know exactly what you need to do every day and each run builds on the next.

    D. So you’ll need to combine running with a healthy diet.

    E. If you’re hoping to use running to lose weight, here,s some advice on how to be successful.

    F. Here are ways to improve your running motivation.

    G. But if that’s not possible, try to shoot for at least 3-4 times per week.

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第一节  完型填空(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。

    People often fall ill because of me.  41 , they can hardly blame me; it is largely their own   42 . A tired person may get   43 , especially when he goes to crowded places with polluted air. A sudden change in    44  is another factor. In hot summer, people turn on the air-conditioner upon returning home. They will catch a cold easily.

    My latest victim is an energetic student. After school, he played football hard for two hours. Though 45 . He still went to the cinema. Then he got back home and took a cold shower immediately.

    I seized this golden chance to    46   him. He reacted, trying to    47   me, but I was already   48   deep in his throat. He kept sneezing(打喷嚏) and his nose was running.  49  he put on some warm clothes, it didn't work, for there were too many of us. Besides, his sore throat kept   50  him, and he developed a cough to force me and my family out, but  51   .

    The next day he couldn't go to   52   .He had lost his appetite and was not as    53  as before. His mother made him orange juice every few hours for more vitamin C, which would help his   54   .

    For two days he was   55   by his mother. As he rested more, his defense strengthened and I began lo feel the  56   . I knew I had to    57  him before long. But I am not the one who gives up easily, and I made every effort to fight back.  58  , it was my turn to feel  59  now, for his defense system was starting an all-out attack against me. I became    60   and finally my time was over.

    Do you know what I am?

41. 

    A. Therefore              

    B. Besides                 

    C. However              

    D. Then

42. 

    A. business               

    B. responsibility         

    C. excuse              

    D. fault

43. 

    A. punished               

    B. blamed             

    C. caught            

    D. killed

44. 

    A. temperature          

    B. season           

    C. place                 

    D. condition

45. 

    A. excited                 

    B. hurt          

    C. late            

    D. tired

46. 

    A. injure                  

    B. bother               

    C. attack                

    D. destroy

47. 

    A. get on with        

    B. get rid of        

    C. put up with           

    D. take hold of

48. 

    A. reproducing        

    B. waiting        

    C. hiding             

    D. disappearing

49. 

    A. Since         

    B. Once                

    C. Whether             

    D. Although

50. 

    A. reminding          

    B. upsetting           

    C. comforting      

    D. influencing

51. 

    A. escaped          

    B. succeeded                

    C. regretted             

    D. failed

52. 

    A. bed                

    B. work                  

    C. school            

    D. hospital

53. 

    A. peaceful          

    B. afraid               

    C. active                   

    D. happy

54. 

    A. recovery         

    B. development        

    C. study                   

    D. growth

55. 

    A. protected           

    B. nursed          

    C. scolded               

    D. affected

56.

    A. loss           

    B. operation               

    C. pressure             

    D. movement

57. 

    A. leave           

    B. catch               

    C. forget                   

    D. beat

58. 

    A. Uncertainly      

    B. Unsuccessfully          

    C. Unusually    

    D. Unfortunately

59. 

    A. painful           

    B. disappointed        

    C. nervous             

    D. ashamed

60. 

    A. bigger            

    B. weaker             

    C. smaller               

    D. stronger

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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。

    I was living a life in my screen and hardly noticed what  61   (be) around me. I was always checking the time and thinking of future  62   (plan). My thought was: “Who’s going to text me now? What will I do next?” My bedtime routine was usually centered  63   one thing: my phone.  64   I went to sleep, I browsed through news websites and checked my emails. When I woke up in the middle of the night, I did the same thing. The problem with this was that I felt anxious every night.

    So when my friends invited me  65   (go) for a long weekend camping without the cell service, I thought this was  66   (exact) what I needed. Here’s how  67   (keep) away from my phone for 48 hours changed me and my way of life.

    Without my phone, I  68   (fall) asleep listening to the songs of frogs and crickets. In the morning, I woke up  69   (feel) energetic. Sitting by the river, riding a bike, or singing old songs, I truly enjoyed what I was doing.

    I felt free without my phone at weekend camp,  70   changed me completely. I listened to what my body wanted instead of what my phone was telling me to do.

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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处语言错误,每句中最多有两处。每处错误仅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。

    We are required to collect our smart phones and keep it in the teacher’s during the weekdays. In fact the most of us obey this regulation, but some still play various trick against it. I’m among those. Once, I hand in a waste phone. Mr. Li, our head teacher, seemed ignore all that. So I felt very luckily to have an extra phone with me. And good times don’t last long. “Can I use your phone as a while? I forgot to take mine by chance.” Mr. Li said, pick out my waste phone and dialing. You can see how embarrassing I was at the scene!

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第二节  书面表达(满分25分)

    假如你是李华,前几天你收到了你的朋友Vince的来信,询问你的高三生活,你打算在回信中介绍以下三个方面的内容:

    1.生活安排;            

    2.学习计划;            

    3.理想的大学及专业。

    注意:1.词数100左右;

              2.可适当增加细节,以使行文连贯;

              3.开头与结尾已为你写好,不计入总词数。

Dear Vince,

I’m very glad to hear from you.

____________________________________________________________________________

                                       Yours sinerely,

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