• 英语 2018年高三甘肃省第二次模拟试题
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

        The Adler PlanetariumChicago is home to more than 35,000 square feet of exhibits. From huge modelsof the Solar System, to ancient astronomical instruments, to interactiveadventures, Adler's exhibit galleries provides a passageway for you to explorethe universe. The Adler also offers mini science exploration activities thatare quick l0-minute lessons. Visitors can learn some interesting astronomicalfacts at}论se small activity carts.

        The Adler Planetarium Chicago is the only museum in the world with two full-size planetarium theaters. Since 1930, the wonder of the stars has been visible in the historic Sky Theater. Poweredby brand new Digistar 3TM technology, the StarRider Theater is a completely digital, virtual(虚拟的) outer space environment. The famous Zeiss Planetarium projector is able to accurately reproduce the movement of every aspect of the night sky.

        Do's and Don'ts:

        Do Take the Bus/Train: Leave the car at home for this museum trip. The Adler is located within close proximity to public transit.

        Don't Miss the Doane Observatory: When weather permits, the Doane is open at the Adler for observing with its 20-inch diameter telescope:

        Don't Miss Museum Special Events: The Adler offers a summer camp for kids from mid. June to August.

        Ticket Price:

        Adult: $ 28; child: $ 22. Book online now to Save 37%.

        Regular Schedule:

        Mon.-Fri. 10 a.m.-4 p.m.; Sat.-Sun. 10 a.m.-4:30 p.m.

        Summer Hours: 9:30 a.m.-6 p.m. daily.

        Nearest Transit: Roosevelt Metro Station

        Address: 1300 S Lake Shore Dr, Chicago, IL 60605

What's the main function of the Adler Planetarium Chicago?

ADisplaying the models of the So lar System.

BOffering a passageway to explore the universe.

CSelling ancient astronomical instruments. .

DGiving lO-minute lessons to visitors.

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                                A

        The Adler PlanetariumChicago is home to more than 35,000 square feet of exhibits. From huge modelsof the Solar System, to ancient astronomical instruments, to interactiveadventures, Adler's exhibit galleries provides a passageway for you to explorethe universe. The Adler also offers mini science exploration activities thatare quick l0-minute lessons. Visitors can learn some interesting astronomicalfacts at}论se small activity carts.

        The Adler Planetarium Chicago is the only museum in the world with two full-size planetarium theaters. Since 1930, the wonder of the stars has been visible in the historic Sky Theater. Poweredby brand new Digistar 3TM technology, the StarRider Theater is a completely digital, virtual(虚拟的) outer space environment. The famous Zeiss Planetarium projector is able to accurately reproduce the movement of every aspect of the night sky.

        Do's and Don'ts:

        Do Take the Bus/Train: Leave the car at home for this museum trip. The Adler is located within close proximity to public transit.

        Don't Miss the Doane Observatory: When weather permits, the Doane is open at the Adler for observing with its 20-inch diameter telescope:

        Don't Miss Museum Special Events: The Adler offers a summer camp for kids from mid. June to August.

        Ticket Price:

        Adult: $ 28; child: $ 22. Book online now to Save 37%.

        Regular Schedule:

        Mon.-Fri. 10 a.m.-4 p.m.; Sat.-Sun. 10 a.m.-4:30 p.m.

        Summer Hours: 9:30 a.m.-6 p.m. daily.

        Nearest Transit: Roosevelt Metro Station

        Address: 1300 S Lake Shore Dr, Chicago, IL 60605

What can visitors learn in the StarRider Theater?

AThe history of the Adler Planetarium Chicago.

BThe wonder of the interactive adventures.

CThe movement of the stars in the night sky.

DThe complicated Digistar 3TM technology.

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                                A

        The Adler PlanetariumChicago is home to more than 35,000 square feet of exhibits. From huge modelsof the Solar System, to ancient astronomical instruments, to interactiveadventures, Adler's exhibit galleries provides a passageway for you to explorethe universe. The Adler also offers mini science exploration activities thatare quick l0-minute lessons. Visitors can learn some interesting astronomicalfacts at}论se small activity carts.

        The Adler Planetarium Chicago is the only museum in the world with two full-size planetarium theaters. Since 1930, the wonder of the stars has been visible in the historic Sky Theater. Poweredby brand new Digistar 3TM technology, the StarRider Theater is a completely digital, virtual(虚拟的) outer space environment. The famous Zeiss Planetarium projector is able to accurately reproduce the movement of every aspect of the night sky.

        Do's and Don'ts:

        Do Take the Bus/Train: Leave the car at home for this museum trip. The Adler is located within close proximity to public transit.

        Don't Miss the Doane Observatory: When weather permits, the Doane is open at the Adler for observing with its 20-inch diameter telescope:

        Don't Miss Museum Special Events: The Adler offers a summer camp for kids from mid. June to August.

        Ticket Price:

        Adult: $ 28; child: $ 22. Book online now to Save 37%.

        Regular Schedule:

        Mon.-Fri. 10 a.m.-4 p.m.; Sat.-Sun. 10 a.m.-4:30 p.m.

        Summer Hours: 9:30 a.m.-6 p.m. daily.

        Nearest Transit: Roosevelt Metro Station

        Address: 1300 S Lake Shore Dr, Chicago, IL 60605

How much will a couple and two kids at least spend to visit the Adler?

A$ 63.

B$ 37.

C$ 72.

D$ 100.

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                                B

        At thirteen, I was diagnosed(诊所)with a kind ofattention disorder. It made school difficult for me. When everyone else in theclass was focusing on tasks, I could not.

        In my first literature class, Mrs.Smith asked us to read a storyand then write on it, all within 45 minutes. I raised my hand right away andsaid,“Mrs.Smith, you see, the doctor said I have attention problems. I mightnot be able to do it.”

       She glanced down at methrough her glasses, “you are no different from your classmates, young man.”

        I tried, but I didn’t finish the reading when the bell rang. I hadto take it home.

        In the quietness of my bedroom, the story suddenly all becameclear to me. It was about a blind person, Louis Braille. He lived in a timewhen the blind couldn’t get much education. But Louis didn’t give up. Instead,he invented a reading system of raised dots(点), which opened up awhole new world of knowledge to the blind.

        Wasn’t I the “blind” in my class, being made to learn like the“sighted” students? My thoughts spilled out and my pen started to dance. Icompleted the task within 40 minutes. Indeed, I was no different from others; Ijust needed a quieter place. If Louis could find his way out of his problems,why should I ever give up?

        I didn’t expect anything when I handled in my paper to Mrs.Smith,so it was quite a surprise when it came back to me the next day- with an“A” onit. At the bottom of the paper were these words:“ See what you can do when youkeep trying?”

The author didn’t finish the reading in class because          .

Ahe was new to the class

Bhe was tired of literature

Che wanted to take the task home

Dhe had an attention disorder

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                                B

        At thirteen, I was diagnosed(诊所)with a kind ofattention disorder. It made school difficult for me. When everyone else in theclass was focusing on tasks, I could not.

        In my first literature class, Mrs.Smith asked us to read a storyand then write on it, all within 45 minutes. I raised my hand right away andsaid,“Mrs.Smith, you see, the doctor said I have attention problems. I mightnot be able to do it.”

       She glanced down at methrough her glasses, “you are no different from your classmates, young man.”

        I tried, but I didn’t finish the reading when the bell rang. I hadto take it home.

        In the quietness of my bedroom, the story suddenly all becameclear to me. It was about a blind person, Louis Braille. He lived in a timewhen the blind couldn’t get much education. But Louis didn’t give up. Instead,he invented a reading system of raised dots(点), which opened up awhole new world of knowledge to the blind.

        Wasn’t I the “blind” in my class, being made to learn like the“sighted” students? My thoughts spilled out and my pen started to dance. Icompleted the task within 40 minutes. Indeed, I was no different from others; Ijust needed a quieter place. If Louis could find his way out of his problems,why should I ever give up?

        I didn’t expect anything when I handled in my paper to Mrs.Smith,so it was quite a surprise when it came back to me the next day- with an“A” onit. At the bottom of the paper were these words:“ See what you can do when youkeep trying?”

What do we know about Louis Braille from the passage?

AHe had good sight

BHe made a great invention.

CHe gave up reading

DHe learned a lot from school

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                                B

        At thirteen, I was diagnosed(诊所)with a kind ofattention disorder. It made school difficult for me. When everyone else in theclass was focusing on tasks, I could not.

        In my first literature class, Mrs.Smith asked us to read a storyand then write on it, all within 45 minutes. I raised my hand right away andsaid,“Mrs.Smith, you see, the doctor said I have attention problems. I mightnot be able to do it.”

       She glanced down at methrough her glasses, “you are no different from your classmates, young man.”

        I tried, but I didn’t finish the reading when the bell rang. I hadto take it home.

        In the quietness of my bedroom, the story suddenly all becameclear to me. It was about a blind person, Louis Braille. He lived in a timewhen the blind couldn’t get much education. But Louis didn’t give up. Instead,he invented a reading system of raised dots(点), which opened up awhole new world of knowledge to the blind.

        Wasn’t I the “blind” in my class, being made to learn like the“sighted” students? My thoughts spilled out and my pen started to dance. Icompleted the task within 40 minutes. Indeed, I was no different from others; Ijust needed a quieter place. If Louis could find his way out of his problems,why should I ever give up?

        I didn’t expect anything when I handled in my paper to Mrs.Smith,so it was quite a surprise when it came back to me the next day- with an“A” onit. At the bottom of the paper were these words:“ See what you can do when youkeep trying?”

What was Mrs.Smith ‘s attitude to the author at the end of the story?

AAngry

BImpatient

CSympathetic

DEncouraging

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                                B

        At thirteen, I was diagnosed(诊所)with a kind ofattention disorder. It made school difficult for me. When everyone else in theclass was focusing on tasks, I could not.

        In my first literature class, Mrs.Smith asked us to read a storyand then write on it, all within 45 minutes. I raised my hand right away andsaid,“Mrs.Smith, you see, the doctor said I have attention problems. I mightnot be able to do it.”

       She glanced down at methrough her glasses, “you are no different from your classmates, young man.”

        I tried, but I didn’t finish the reading when the bell rang. I hadto take it home.

        In the quietness of my bedroom, the story suddenly all becameclear to me. It was about a blind person, Louis Braille. He lived in a timewhen the blind couldn’t get much education. But Louis didn’t give up. Instead,he invented a reading system of raised dots(点), which opened up awhole new world of knowledge to the blind.

        Wasn’t I the “blind” in my class, being made to learn like the“sighted” students? My thoughts spilled out and my pen started to dance. Icompleted the task within 40 minutes. Indeed, I was no different from others; Ijust needed a quieter place. If Louis could find his way out of his problems,why should I ever give up?

        I didn’t expect anything when I handled in my paper to Mrs.Smith,so it was quite a surprise when it came back to me the next day- with an“A” onit. At the bottom of the paper were these words:“ See what you can do when youkeep trying?”

What is the main idea of the passage?

AThe disabled should be treated with respect.

BA teacher can open up a new world to students.

COne can find his way out of difficulties with efforts.

DEveryone needs a hand when faced with challenges.

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                                C    

        James Gross, a psychology professor at Stanford University, has a13-year-old daughter who loves math and science. “It hasn’t occurred to her yetthat’s unusual,” he says. “But I know in the next couple of years, it will.”

        She’s already being pulled out of class to do advanced things witha couple of other kids, who are guys. And as someone who studies human emotionfor a professions, Gross says, “I know as time goes on, she will feelincreasingly lonely as a girl who’s interested in math and science, and be atrisk of narrowing her choices in life before finding out how far she could havegone.’’

        Gross’ concern clearly shows what has been a touchy subject in theworld of science for a long time: Why are there still so few women in science,and how might that affect what we learn from research?

        Women now make up half the national workforce, earn more collegeand graduate degrees than men, and by some estimates represent the largestsingle economic force in the world. Yet the gender gap in science persists, toa greater degree than in other professions, particularly in high-end,math-intensive fields such as computer science and engineering.

        According to US Census Bureau statistics, women in fields commonlyreferred to as STEM (science, technology, engineering, mathematics) made up 7percent of that workforce in 1970, a figure that had jumped to 23 percent by1990. But the rise essentially stopped there. Two decades later, in 2011, womenmade up 26 percent of the science workforce.

According to James Gross, in the near future his daughter may      .

Abecome a great scientist

Bfeel lonely and have fewer choices

Cbe pulled out of class with some guys

Dlearn math and science better and better

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                                C    

        James Gross, a psychology professor at Stanford University, has a13-year-old daughter who loves math and science. “It hasn’t occurred to her yetthat’s unusual,” he says. “But I know in the next couple of years, it will.”

        She’s already being pulled out of class to do advanced things witha couple of other kids, who are guys. And as someone who studies human emotionfor a professions, Gross says, “I know as time goes on, she will feelincreasingly lonely as a girl who’s interested in math and science, and be atrisk of narrowing her choices in life before finding out how far she could havegone.’’

        Gross’ concern clearly shows what has been a touchy subject in theworld of science for a long time: Why are there still so few women in science,and how might that affect what we learn from research?

        Women now make up half the national workforce, earn more collegeand graduate degrees than men, and by some estimates represent the largestsingle economic force in the world. Yet the gender gap in science persists, toa greater degree than in other professions, particularly in high-end,math-intensive fields such as computer science and engineering.

        According to US Census Bureau statistics, women in fields commonlyreferred to as STEM (science, technology, engineering, mathematics) made up 7percent of that workforce in 1970, a figure that had jumped to 23 percent by1990. But the rise essentially stopped there. Two decades later, in 2011, womenmade up 26 percent of the science workforce.

We can learn from the text that      .

Awomen are cleverer than men in college

Bmen represent the largest single economic force

Cwomen make up more than 50% of the national workforce

Dthe number of women graduating from college is larger than that of men

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                                C    

        James Gross, a psychology professor at Stanford University, has a13-year-old daughter who loves math and science. “It hasn’t occurred to her yetthat’s unusual,” he says. “But I know in the next couple of years, it will.”

        She’s already being pulled out of class to do advanced things witha couple of other kids, who are guys. And as someone who studies human emotionfor a professions, Gross says, “I know as time goes on, she will feelincreasingly lonely as a girl who’s interested in math and science, and be atrisk of narrowing her choices in life before finding out how far she could havegone.’’

        Gross’ concern clearly shows what has been a touchy subject in theworld of science for a long time: Why are there still so few women in science,and how might that affect what we learn from research?

        Women now make up half the national workforce, earn more collegeand graduate degrees than men, and by some estimates represent the largestsingle economic force in the world. Yet the gender gap in science persists, toa greater degree than in other professions, particularly in high-end,math-intensive fields such as computer science and engineering.

        According to US Census Bureau statistics, women in fields commonlyreferred to as STEM (science, technology, engineering, mathematics) made up 7percent of that workforce in 1970, a figure that had jumped to 23 percent by1990. But the rise essentially stopped there. Two decades later, in 2011, womenmade up 26 percent of the science workforce.

How does the author develop the last paragraph?

ABy providing examples.

BBy making comments.

CBy following time order.

DBy explaining the process.

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                                C    

        James Gross, a psychology professor at Stanford University, has a13-year-old daughter who loves math and science. “It hasn’t occurred to her yetthat’s unusual,” he says. “But I know in the next couple of years, it will.”

        She’s already being pulled out of class to do advanced things witha couple of other kids, who are guys. And as someone who studies human emotionfor a professions, Gross says, “I know as time goes on, she will feelincreasingly lonely as a girl who’s interested in math and science, and be atrisk of narrowing her choices in life before finding out how far she could havegone.’’

        Gross’ concern clearly shows what has been a touchy subject in theworld of science for a long time: Why are there still so few women in science,and how might that affect what we learn from research?

        Women now make up half the national workforce, earn more collegeand graduate degrees than men, and by some estimates represent the largestsingle economic force in the world. Yet the gender gap in science persists, toa greater degree than in other professions, particularly in high-end,math-intensive fields such as computer science and engineering.

        According to US Census Bureau statistics, women in fields commonlyreferred to as STEM (science, technology, engineering, mathematics) made up 7percent of that workforce in 1970, a figure that had jumped to 23 percent by1990. But the rise essentially stopped there. Two decades later, in 2011, womenmade up 26 percent of the science workforce.

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

AWhy It Is Important to Get More Women Into Science

BJames Gross, Confusion About His daughter

CSituation of Women in the Whole Country

DFuture of women in the Workforce

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                                D

         Everybody hates it, buteverybody does it. A recent report said that 40%of Americans hate tipping. InAmerica alone, tipping is a $ 16 billion-a-year industry. Consumers actingpolitely ought not to pay more than they have to for a given service. Tipsshould not exist. So why do they? The common opinion in the past was that tipsboth rewarded the efforts of good service and reduced uncomfortable feelings ofinequality. And also, tipping made for closer relations. It went without sayingthat the better the service, the bigger the tip.

        Butaccording to a new research from Cornell University, tips no longer serve anyuseful function. The paper analyzes numbers they got from 2,547 groups diningat 20 different restaurants. The connection between larger tips and betterservice was very weak. Only a tiny part of the size of the tip had anything todo with the quality of service.

        Tippingis better explained, by culture than by the money people spend. In America, thecustom came into being a long time ago. It is regarded as part of the acceptedcost of a service. In New York restaurants, failing to tip at least 15% couldwell mean dissatisfaction from the customers. Hairdressers can expect to getl5%-20%, and the man who delivers your fast food $ 2. In Europe, tipping isless common. In many restaurants the amount of tip is decided by a standardservice charge. In many Asian countries, tipping has never really caught onat all. Only a few have really taken to tipping. According to Michael Lynn, theCornell papers’ author, countries in which people are more social or outgoingtend to tip more. Tipping may reduce anxiety about being served by strangers.And Mr. Lynn says, “In America, where people are expressive and eager to mix upwith others, tipping is about social approval. If you tip badly, people thinkless of you. Tipping well is a chance to show off.”

This passage is mainly about_______.

A.different kinds of tipping in different countries

Bthe relationship between tipping and custom

Cthe origin and present meaning of tipping

Dmost American people hate tipping

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                                D

         Everybody hates it, buteverybody does it. A recent report said that 40%of Americans hate tipping. InAmerica alone, tipping is a $ 16 billion-a-year industry. Consumers actingpolitely ought not to pay more than they have to for a given service. Tipsshould not exist. So why do they? The common opinion in the past was that tipsboth rewarded the efforts of good service and reduced uncomfortable feelings ofinequality. And also, tipping made for closer relations. It went without sayingthat the better the service, the bigger the tip.

        Butaccording to a new research from Cornell University, tips no longer serve anyuseful function. The paper analyzes numbers they got from 2,547 groups diningat 20 different restaurants. The connection between larger tips and betterservice was very weak. Only a tiny part of the size of the tip had anything todo with the quality of service.

        Tippingis better explained, by culture than by the money people spend. In America, thecustom came into being a long time ago. It is regarded as part of the acceptedcost of a service. In New York restaurants, failing to tip at least 15% couldwell mean dissatisfaction from the customers. Hairdressers can expect to getl5%-20%, and the man who delivers your fast food $ 2. In Europe, tipping isless common. In many restaurants the amount of tip is decided by a standardservice charge. In many Asian countries, tipping has never really caught onat all. Only a few have really taken to tipping. According to Michael Lynn, theCornell papers’ author, countries in which people are more social or outgoingtend to tip more. Tipping may reduce anxiety about being served by strangers.And Mr. Lynn says, “In America, where people are expressive and eager to mix upwith others, tipping is about social approval. If you tip badly, people thinkless of you. Tipping well is a chance to show off.”

Which of the following best explains the underlined phrase “caught on”?

Abecome popular.

Bbeen hated.

Cbeen stopped.

Dbeen permitted

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                                D

         Everybody hates it, buteverybody does it. A recent report said that 40%of Americans hate tipping. InAmerica alone, tipping is a $ 16 billion-a-year industry. Consumers actingpolitely ought not to pay more than they have to for a given service. Tipsshould not exist. So why do they? The common opinion in the past was that tipsboth rewarded the efforts of good service and reduced uncomfortable feelings ofinequality. And also, tipping made for closer relations. It went without sayingthat the better the service, the bigger the tip.

        Butaccording to a new research from Cornell University, tips no longer serve anyuseful function. The paper analyzes numbers they got from 2,547 groups diningat 20 different restaurants. The connection between larger tips and betterservice was very weak. Only a tiny part of the size of the tip had anything todo with the quality of service.

        Tippingis better explained, by culture than by the money people spend. In America, thecustom came into being a long time ago. It is regarded as part of the acceptedcost of a service. In New York restaurants, failing to tip at least 15% couldwell mean dissatisfaction from the customers. Hairdressers can expect to getl5%-20%, and the man who delivers your fast food $ 2. In Europe, tipping isless common. In many restaurants the amount of tip is decided by a standardservice charge. In many Asian countries, tipping has never really caught onat all. Only a few have really taken to tipping. According to Michael Lynn, theCornell papers’ author, countries in which people are more social or outgoingtend to tip more. Tipping may reduce anxiety about being served by strangers.And Mr. Lynn says, “In America, where people are expressive and eager to mix upwith others, tipping is about social approval. If you tip badly, people thinkless of you. Tipping well is a chance to show off.”

Among the following situations, in your opinion, who is likely to tip most?

AA Frenchman just quarreled with the barber who did his hair badly in New York.

BAn American just had a wonderful dinner in a well known restaurant in New York.

CA Japanese businessman asked for a pizza delivery from a Pizza Hut in New York.

DA Chinese student enjoyed his meal in a famous fast food restaurant in New York.

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                                D

         Everybody hates it, buteverybody does it. A recent report said that 40%of Americans hate tipping. InAmerica alone, tipping is a $ 16 billion-a-year industry. Consumers actingpolitely ought not to pay more than they have to for a given service. Tipsshould not exist. So why do they? The common opinion in the past was that tipsboth rewarded the efforts of good service and reduced uncomfortable feelings ofinequality. And also, tipping made for closer relations. It went without sayingthat the better the service, the bigger the tip.

        Butaccording to a new research from Cornell University, tips no longer serve anyuseful function. The paper analyzes numbers they got from 2,547 groups diningat 20 different restaurants. The connection between larger tips and betterservice was very weak. Only a tiny part of the size of the tip had anything todo with the quality of service.

        Tippingis better explained, by culture than by the money people spend. In America, thecustom came into being a long time ago. It is regarded as part of the acceptedcost of a service. In New York restaurants, failing to tip at least 15% couldwell mean dissatisfaction from the customers. Hairdressers can expect to getl5%-20%, and the man who delivers your fast food $ 2. In Europe, tipping isless common. In many restaurants the amount of tip is decided by a standardservice charge. In many Asian countries, tipping has never really caught onat all. Only a few have really taken to tipping. According to Michael Lynn, theCornell papers’ author, countries in which people are more social or outgoingtend to tip more. Tipping may reduce anxiety about being served by strangers.And Mr. Lynn says, “In America, where people are expressive and eager to mix upwith others, tipping is about social approval. If you tip badly, people thinkless of you. Tipping well is a chance to show off.”

We can infer from this passage that_______.

Atipping is no longer a good way to satisfy some customers themselves

Btipping is especially popular in New York

Ctipping in America can make service better now

Dtipping has something to do with people’s character

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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,并在答题卡上将该项涂黑,选项中有两项为多余选项。

       Tips for cooking on a Tight Schedule

        From my experience, there are threemain reasons why people don’t cook more often: ability, money and time,  16  Moneyis a topic I’ll save for anotherday. So today I wantto give you some wisdom about how to make the most of the time you spend in thekitchen. Here are three tips for great cooking on a tight schedule:

        1.Think ahead. The momentswhen I think cooking is a pain are when I’m already hungry and there isnothing ready to eat. So thinkahead of the coming week. Whenwill you have time to cook? Doyou have the right materials already? 17 

        2.Make your time worth it. When you do find time to cook a meal,make the most of it and save yourself time later on. Are you making one loaf of bread?  18   it takes around the same amount of time tomake more of something. So saveyourself the effort for a future meal.

        3. 19  This may surprise you, butone of the best tools for making cooking worth your time is experimentation. It gives you the chance to hit uponnew ideas and recipes that can work well with your appetite and schedule. The more you learn and the more youtry, the more ability you have to take control of your food and your schedule.

        Hopefully that gives you a good start.  20  Anddon’t let a busy schedule discourage you from making some great changes in theway you eat and live!

    A. Try new things.

    B. Ability is easily improved.

    C. Let cooking and living simply be a joy rather than aburden.

    D. Understand your food better.

    E. Cooking is a burden for many people.

    F. Make three or four instead.

    G. A little timeplanning ahead can save a lot of work later on.

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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 。

    When I wake up the first thingI hear each morning is a ping, a text message from my mom. She wants to 21 her love and know howI’m doing. 22 , my mom is not a tech-savvy(懂科技的)person, but she learned how to text 23 !

    It’s been the things my momhas NOT 24 that have had the most influence on me. Every time I had a test,she’d inspire me to have 25 in myself. This encouragement wasn’t just 26 to school. My mom evenencouraged my love for singing, a(n) 27 of mine, somethingothers in the Muslim community often get annoyed about.

    Although my mother has regretfor working 28 her children were young, I am so proud of her for something only avery few women of her generation 29 to do. My motherprobably did not 30 herself as a feminist (女权主义者), but her 31 inspires me. My mom broke 32 proving that a marriedwoman is not only a housewife or mother; she had great 33 of her own.

    The mom I have the most 34 memories for ispost-cancer Mom. I remember asking her years later if she would be 35 then. As she told me,she wasn’t for herself, 36 she really hoped she was still alive so that she could 37 her kids. The pain shesuffered during remission(缓解期) is the 38 of just how strong mymother is. She didn’t tell anyone this, because she didn’t want to 39 us. My mother is definitely the 40 woman I know.

21.

    A. express               

    B.harvest                 

    C. request                 

    D. update

22.

    A. Seemingly            

    B.Unfortunately      

    C. Actually               

    D. Consequently

23.

    A. at one time           

    B.for my sake         

    C. in a sense               

    D. against her will

24.

    A. valued                 

    B.noted                   

    C.done                      

    D.said

25.

    A. courage               

    B.belief                   

    C.pride                       

    D.delight

26.

    A. adjusted              

    B. limited                

    C. connected              

    D. attached

27.

    A. right                    

    B.routine                

    C.concern                  

    D.interest

28.

    A. because               

    B.unless                  

    C.while                      

    D. if

29.

    A. planned               

    B.refused                

    C. appeared                

    D. managed

30.

    A. consider              

    B.praise                   

    C. recommend             

    D. mistake

31.

    A. encouragement    

    B.example               

    C.requirement            

    D.reform

32.

    A. barriers                

    B.records                

    C.appointments         

    D.links

33.

    A. characteristics      

    B.achievements       

    C.needs                     

    D. opinions

34.

    A. pure                    

    B.delicate                

    C.vivid                      

    D.distant

35.

    A. shocked             

    B.determined          

    C.moved                    

    D.scared

36.

    A. and                      

    B.or                         

    C. so                          

    D. but

37.

    A. catch up with      

    B. takecare of         

    C. getthrough to         

    D. gainpossession of

38.

    A. proof                  

    B.relief                   

    C.controversy           

    D.remark

39.

    A. leave                   

    B.  discourage         

    C. inconvenience        

    D. misunderstand

40.

    A. gentlest          

    B. happiest          

    C. toughest         

    D. busiest

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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词或者括号内单词的正确形式。

    The "suspended coffee" project began in Italian cafes as a way to help the poor. The idea was for café  41 (customer ) to buy an extra cup of coffee and reserve 42 for those unable to afford a hot drink. Since then, it 43  (gain) popularity in Europe, and now the idea has reached Shanghai.

    Chiato Coffee, which operates in Pudong Library, began offering suspended coffee last Tuesday. On the first day, the shop sold 31 cups of the reserved coffee, 44 only four were drunk. The manager said the first customer for suspended coffee was a man in his 40s, who felt it was  45 interesting idea and worth trying.

    Cao Jie, the café owner, says few people have taken up the offer 46  they don't know about it. But she believes that the program will be very 47  (practice) in China and she hopes the concept can be spread to other businesses.

    Ma Lingling, a tea specialist says that, compared with 48  (donate) money, food or clothing, helping people to drink coffee is a kind of spiritual care, which provides the receiver with more respect and dignity. But she thinks the café should make more efforts 49  (convince) people that their donations will really reach those people truly 50  need.

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第一节 (共10小题; 每小题1分,满分10分)

    文中共有10处语言错误。错误涉及一个单词的增加、删除或修改。

增加:在缺词处加上一个漏字符号(∧),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10处起)不记分。

Dear Brad,

        I am a boy in the first grades of a senior high school. I feel uneasily recently. At home I feel like prisoner. I am not allowed to watch TV or surf the Internet. The only thing I have to do it is studying. Every time I got a low mark, my parents will scold me sharply. There’s a generation gap among my parents and me, but it’s always difficult to communicate. Life are supposed to be colorful and wonderful, isn’t it? How should I devote all my time and energy to the study so as to entering a good university? I am very unhappy and lost. I need your help.

        Best wishes,

Li Ping

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第二节 书面表达(满分25分)

    假定你是李华。近日有网友在Twitter贴出了中国大妈带领美国大妈在新泽西跳广场舞的照片,你的美国朋友David 看过后,很想了解中国流行的广场舞(square dance)的相关情况。请你用英语给他写封回信,要点包括:

    1广场舞跳的时间、地点、参与人员等;

    2广场舞流行的原因;

    3广场舞的缺点。

注意:

    1词数100左右;

    2可以适当增加细节,以使行文连贯; 

    3开头语和结束语已为你写好。

Dear David,

        I am writing to tell you something about the square dance in China.                                                                                                                

                                                    Yours,

                                                    Li Hua

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