• 英语 西宁市2018年高三青海省第二次模拟试题
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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                                A

        Teachers' Day around the world is not celebrated on the same day.In some countries, Teachers' Day is celebrated on working days.However,in other countries,it is celebrated on holidays.

        Here we are giving you a list of countries that celebrate Teachers' Day on holidays.

        China

        The Teachers' Day was proposed(提议) at National Central University in 1931.It was adopted(被采纳) by the central government of Republic of China in 1932.In 1939,the day was set on August 27,Confucius's birthday.People's Republic of China government called it off in 1951.It was reestablished in 1985,and the day was changed to September 10.Now more and more people are trying to celebrate the Teachers' Day back to Confucius's birthday.

        India

        In India,Teachers' Day is celebrated on September 5,in honor of Dr Sarvepalli Radhakrishnan,the second President of India.Because his birthday was September 5th.At schools on this day,students in India celebrate this day to show their respect and love to their teachers.

        Russia

        In Russia Teachers' Day is on October 5th.Before 1994,this day was set on the first Sunday of September.

        USA

        In the United States,Teachers' Day is a holiday on the Tuesday of the first full week of May.

        Thailand

        January 16 was adopted as Teachers' Day in the Thailand by a resolution(决议) of the government on November 21,1956.The first Teachers' Day was held in 1957.

        Iran

        In Iran,Teachers' Day is celebrated on May 2nd every year.It is in honor of the famous Iranian professor Ayatollah Morteza Motahhari who died on May 2,1980.

        Although different countries celebrate Teachers' Day on different days,the activities people take to celebrate it just stay the same.

The best title of the passage is ________.

ATeachers' Day around the world

BThe history of Teachers' Day

CActivities on Teachers' Day

DHow to celebrate Teachers' Day

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                                A

        Teachers' Day around the world is not celebrated on the same day.In some countries, Teachers' Day is celebrated on working days.However,in other countries,it is celebrated on holidays.

        Here we are giving you a list of countries that celebrate Teachers' Day on holidays.

        China

        The Teachers' Day was proposed(提议) at National Central University in 1931.It was adopted(被采纳) by the central government of Republic of China in 1932.In 1939,the day was set on August 27,Confucius's birthday.People's Republic of China government called it off in 1951.It was reestablished in 1985,and the day was changed to September 10.Now more and more people are trying to celebrate the Teachers' Day back to Confucius's birthday.

        India

        In India,Teachers' Day is celebrated on September 5,in honor of Dr Sarvepalli Radhakrishnan,the second President of India.Because his birthday was September 5th.At schools on this day,students in India celebrate this day to show their respect and love to their teachers.

        Russia

        In Russia Teachers' Day is on October 5th.Before 1994,this day was set on the first Sunday of September.

        USA

        In the United States,Teachers' Day is a holiday on the Tuesday of the first full week of May.

        Thailand

        January 16 was adopted as Teachers' Day in the Thailand by a resolution(决议) of the government on November 21,1956.The first Teachers' Day was held in 1957.

        Iran

        In Iran,Teachers' Day is celebrated on May 2nd every year.It is in honor of the famous Iranian professor Ayatollah Morteza Motahhari who died on May 2,1980.

        Although different countries celebrate Teachers' Day on different days,the activities people take to celebrate it just stay the same.

What will be discussed in the next paragraph of the text?

AHow Teachers' Day became popular in the world.

BWhich country is the first to celebrate Teachers' Day.

CWhat activities people take to celebrate Teachers' Day.

DWhich country has the longest vacation for Teachers' Day.

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                                A

        Teachers' Day around the world is not celebrated on the same day.In some countries, Teachers' Day is celebrated on working days.However,in other countries,it is celebrated on holidays.

        Here we are giving you a list of countries that celebrate Teachers' Day on holidays.

        China

        The Teachers' Day was proposed(提议) at National Central University in 1931.It was adopted(被采纳) by the central government of Republic of China in 1932.In 1939,the day was set on August 27,Confucius's birthday.People's Republic of China government called it off in 1951.It was reestablished in 1985,and the day was changed to September 10.Now more and more people are trying to celebrate the Teachers' Day back to Confucius's birthday.

        India

        In India,Teachers' Day is celebrated on September 5,in honor of Dr Sarvepalli Radhakrishnan,the second President of India.Because his birthday was September 5th.At schools on this day,students in India celebrate this day to show their respect and love to their teachers.

        Russia

        In Russia Teachers' Day is on October 5th.Before 1994,this day was set on the first Sunday of September.

        USA

        In the United States,Teachers' Day is a holiday on the Tuesday of the first full week of May.

        Thailand

        January 16 was adopted as Teachers' Day in the Thailand by a resolution(决议) of the government on November 21,1956.The first Teachers' Day was held in 1957.

        Iran

        In Iran,Teachers' Day is celebrated on May 2nd every year.It is in honor of the famous Iranian professor Ayatollah Morteza Motahhari who died on May 2,1980.

        Although different countries celebrate Teachers' Day on different days,the activities people take to celebrate it just stay the same.

In which country is the Teachers' Day celebrated for its leader?

AIran.

BThailand.

CRussia.

DIndia.

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                                A

        Teachers' Day around the world is not celebrated on the same day.In some countries, Teachers' Day is celebrated on working days.However,in other countries,it is celebrated on holidays.

        Here we are giving you a list of countries that celebrate Teachers' Day on holidays.

        China

        The Teachers' Day was proposed(提议) at National Central University in 1931.It was adopted(被采纳) by the central government of Republic of China in 1932.In 1939,the day was set on August 27,Confucius's birthday.People's Republic of China government called it off in 1951.It was reestablished in 1985,and the day was changed to September 10.Now more and more people are trying to celebrate the Teachers' Day back to Confucius's birthday.

        India

        In India,Teachers' Day is celebrated on September 5,in honor of Dr Sarvepalli Radhakrishnan,the second President of India.Because his birthday was September 5th.At schools on this day,students in India celebrate this day to show their respect and love to their teachers.

        Russia

        In Russia Teachers' Day is on October 5th.Before 1994,this day was set on the first Sunday of September.

        USA

        In the United States,Teachers' Day is a holiday on the Tuesday of the first full week of May.

        Thailand

        January 16 was adopted as Teachers' Day in the Thailand by a resolution(决议) of the government on November 21,1956.The first Teachers' Day was held in 1957.

        Iran

        In Iran,Teachers' Day is celebrated on May 2nd every year.It is in honor of the famous Iranian professor Ayatollah Morteza Motahhari who died on May 2,1980.

        Although different countries celebrate Teachers' Day on different days,the activities people take to celebrate it just stay the same.

We can know from the passage that ________.

ANot all the Teachers' Days are celebrated on holidays

BChina is the first country to celebrate Teachers' Day

CThailand first celebrated Teachers' Day in 1956

DRussia and USA celebrate Teachers' Day on the same day

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                                B

        Sports can help you keepfit and get in touch with nature. However, whether you are on the mountains, inthe waves, or on the grassland, you should be aware that your sport of choicemight have great influence on the environment.       

        Some sports areresource-hungry. Golf, as you may know, eats up not only large areas ofcountryside, but also tons of water. Besides, all sorts of chemicals and hugeamounts of energy are used to keep its courses (球场) in good condition. This causes major environmental effects. Forexample, in the dry regions of Portugal and Spain, golf is often heldresponsible for serious water shortage in some local areas.       

        There are manyenvironment-friendly sport. Power walking is one of them that you could take uptoday. You don’t need any special equipment except a good pair of shoes; andyou don’t have to worry about resources and your purse. Simple and free, powerwalking can also keep you fit. If you walk regularly, it will be good for yourheart and bones. Experts say that 20 minutes of power walking daily can makeyou feel less anxious, sleep well and have better weight control.       

        Whatever sportyou take up, you can make it greener by using environment-friendly equipmentand buying products made from recycled materials. But the final goal should be“green gyms”. They are better replacements for traditional health clubs and modern sports centers. Members of green gyms play sports outdoors, in thecountryside or other open spaces. There is no special requirement for you tostart your membership. And best of all, it’s free.

Which of the following is the author most probably in favor of?

APlaying basketball in a gym

BMotor racing in the desert.

CCycling around a lake.

DSwimming in a sports center.

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                                B

        Sports can help you keepfit and get in touch with nature. However, whether you are on the mountains, inthe waves, or on the grassland, you should be aware that your sport of choicemight have great influence on the environment.       

        Some sports areresource-hungry. Golf, as you may know, eats up not only large areas ofcountryside, but also tons of water. Besides, all sorts of chemicals and hugeamounts of energy are used to keep its courses (球场) in good condition. This causes major environmental effects. Forexample, in the dry regions of Portugal and Spain, golf is often heldresponsible for serious water shortage in some local areas.       

        There are manyenvironment-friendly sport. Power walking is one of them that you could take uptoday. You don’t need any special equipment except a good pair of shoes; andyou don’t have to worry about resources and your purse. Simple and free, powerwalking can also keep you fit. If you walk regularly, it will be good for yourheart and bones. Experts say that 20 minutes of power walking daily can makeyou feel less anxious, sleep well and have better weight control.       

        Whatever sportyou take up, you can make it greener by using environment-friendly equipmentand buying products made from recycled materials. But the final goal should be“green gyms”. They are better replacements for traditional health clubs and modern sports centers. Members of green gyms play sports outdoors, in thecountryside or other open spaces. There is no special requirement for you tostart your membership. And best of all, it’s free.

What do we know about golf from the passage?

AIt is popular in Portugal and Spain.

BIt needs water and electricity to keep its courses green.

CIt pollutes the earth with chemicals and wastes.

DIt causes water shortages around the world.

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                                B

        Sports can help you keepfit and get in touch with nature. However, whether you are on the mountains, inthe waves, or on the grassland, you should be aware that your sport of choicemight have great influence on the environment.       

        Some sports areresource-hungry. Golf, as you may know, eats up not only large areas ofcountryside, but also tons of water. Besides, all sorts of chemicals and hugeamounts of energy are used to keep its courses (球场) in good condition. This causes major environmental effects. Forexample, in the dry regions of Portugal and Spain, golf is often heldresponsible for serious water shortage in some local areas.       

        There are manyenvironment-friendly sport. Power walking is one of them that you could take uptoday. You don’t need any special equipment except a good pair of shoes; andyou don’t have to worry about resources and your purse. Simple and free, powerwalking can also keep you fit. If you walk regularly, it will be good for yourheart and bones. Experts say that 20 minutes of power walking daily can makeyou feel less anxious, sleep well and have better weight control.       

        Whatever sportyou take up, you can make it greener by using environment-friendly equipmentand buying products made from recycled materials. But the final goal should be“green gyms”. They are better replacements for traditional health clubs and modern sports centers. Members of green gyms play sports outdoors, in thecountryside or other open spaces. There is no special requirement for you tostart your membership. And best of all, it’s free.

The author uses power walking as an example mainly because ___________.

Ait uses fewer resources

Bit improves our health

Cit is an outdoor sport

Dit is recommended by experts

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                                B

        Sports can help you keepfit and get in touch with nature. However, whether you are on the mountains, inthe waves, or on the grassland, you should be aware that your sport of choicemight have great influence on the environment.       

        Some sports areresource-hungry. Golf, as you may know, eats up not only large areas ofcountryside, but also tons of water. Besides, all sorts of chemicals and hugeamounts of energy are used to keep its courses (球场) in good condition. This causes major environmental effects. Forexample, in the dry regions of Portugal and Spain, golf is often heldresponsible for serious water shortage in some local areas.       

        There are manyenvironment-friendly sport. Power walking is one of them that you could take uptoday. You don’t need any special equipment except a good pair of shoes; andyou don’t have to worry about resources and your purse. Simple and free, powerwalking can also keep you fit. If you walk regularly, it will be good for yourheart and bones. Experts say that 20 minutes of power walking daily can makeyou feel less anxious, sleep well and have better weight control.       

        Whatever sportyou take up, you can make it greener by using environment-friendly equipmentand buying products made from recycled materials. But the final goal should be“green gyms”. They are better replacements for traditional health clubs and modern sports centers. Members of green gyms play sports outdoors, in thecountryside or other open spaces. There is no special requirement for you tostart your membership. And best of all, it’s free.

The author writes the passage to ____________. 

Ashow us the function of major sports

Bencourage us to go in for green sports

Cdiscuss the major influence of popular sports

Dintroduce different types of environment-friendly sports

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                                C

        It is quitereasonable to blame traffic jams, the cost of gas and the great speed of modernlife, but manners on the road are becoming horrible. Everybody knows that thenicest man would become fierce tigers behind the wheel. It is all right to havea tiger in a cage, but to have one in the driver's seat is another matter.

      Road politeness is not only good manners,but good sense. It takes the most cool-hearted drivers great patience to giveup the desire to beat back when forced to face rude driving. On the other hand,a little politeness goes a long way towards reducing the possibility ofquarrelling and fighting. A friendly nod or a wave, or thanks in answer to anact of politeness helps to create an atmosphere of good will and becomes so necessaryin modern traffic conditions. But such behaviors of politeness are by no meansenough. Many drivers nowadays don't even seem able to recognize politeness whenthey see it.

      However, misplaced politeness can also bedangerous. Typical example is the driver who waves to a child crossing thestreet at a wrong place into the path of oncoming cars that may not be able tostop in time. The same goes for encouraging old ladies to cross the roadwherever and whenever they want to.

      An experienced driver, whose manners arefaultless, told me it would help if drivers learnt to correctly join in trafficstream without causing total jams that give rise to unpleasant feelings.Unfortunately, modern drivers can't even learn to drive, let alone master the roadmanship(驾车技能).Years ago, experts warned us that the fast increase of the car ownership woulddemand more give-and-take from all road users. It is high time that all of ustook this message to heart.

According to the writer, a good driver should __________.

Abeat back when forced to face rude driving

Bbe able to recognize politeness when he sees it

Cjoin in traffic stream quickly however other people feel

Dencourage children to cross the roads whenever they want to

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                                C

        It is quitereasonable to blame traffic jams, the cost of gas and the great speed of modernlife, but manners on the road are becoming horrible. Everybody knows that thenicest man would become fierce tigers behind the wheel. It is all right to havea tiger in a cage, but to have one in the driver's seat is another matter.

      Road politeness is not only good manners,but good sense. It takes the most cool-hearted drivers great patience to giveup the desire to beat back when forced to face rude driving. On the other hand,a little politeness goes a long way towards reducing the possibility ofquarrelling and fighting. A friendly nod or a wave, or thanks in answer to anact of politeness helps to create an atmosphere of good will and becomes so necessaryin modern traffic conditions. But such behaviors of politeness are by no meansenough. Many drivers nowadays don't even seem able to recognize politeness whenthey see it.

      However, misplaced politeness can also bedangerous. Typical example is the driver who waves to a child crossing thestreet at a wrong place into the path of oncoming cars that may not be able tostop in time. The same goes for encouraging old ladies to cross the roadwherever and whenever they want to.

      An experienced driver, whose manners arefaultless, told me it would help if drivers learnt to correctly join in trafficstream without causing total jams that give rise to unpleasant feelings.Unfortunately, modern drivers can't even learn to drive, let alone master the roadmanship(驾车技能).Years ago, experts warned us that the fast increase of the car ownership woulddemand more give-and-take from all road users. It is high time that all of ustook this message to heart.

Troubles on the road are often caused by _______.

Agreat speed

Btraffic jams

Cterrible road conditions

Dthe behaviors of the drivers

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                                C

        It is quitereasonable to blame traffic jams, the cost of gas and the great speed of modernlife, but manners on the road are becoming horrible. Everybody knows that thenicest man would become fierce tigers behind the wheel. It is all right to havea tiger in a cage, but to have one in the driver's seat is another matter.

      Road politeness is not only good manners,but good sense. It takes the most cool-hearted drivers great patience to giveup the desire to beat back when forced to face rude driving. On the other hand,a little politeness goes a long way towards reducing the possibility ofquarrelling and fighting. A friendly nod or a wave, or thanks in answer to anact of politeness helps to create an atmosphere of good will and becomes so necessaryin modern traffic conditions. But such behaviors of politeness are by no meansenough. Many drivers nowadays don't even seem able to recognize politeness whenthey see it.

      However, misplaced politeness can also bedangerous. Typical example is the driver who waves to a child crossing thestreet at a wrong place into the path of oncoming cars that may not be able tostop in time. The same goes for encouraging old ladies to cross the roadwherever and whenever they want to.

      An experienced driver, whose manners arefaultless, told me it would help if drivers learnt to correctly join in trafficstream without causing total jams that give rise to unpleasant feelings.Unfortunately, modern drivers can't even learn to drive, let alone master the roadmanship(驾车技能).Years ago, experts warned us that the fast increase of the car ownership woulddemand more give-and-take from all road users. It is high time that all of ustook this message to heart.

It is not always right for drivers to ________.

Amaster roadmanship

Bcreate atmosphere of good will

Cencourage old ladies to cross the road

Dgive a friendly nod to show politeness

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                                C

        It is quitereasonable to blame traffic jams, the cost of gas and the great speed of modernlife, but manners on the road are becoming horrible. Everybody knows that thenicest man would become fierce tigers behind the wheel. It is all right to havea tiger in a cage, but to have one in the driver's seat is another matter.

      Road politeness is not only good manners,but good sense. It takes the most cool-hearted drivers great patience to giveup the desire to beat back when forced to face rude driving. On the other hand,a little politeness goes a long way towards reducing the possibility ofquarrelling and fighting. A friendly nod or a wave, or thanks in answer to anact of politeness helps to create an atmosphere of good will and becomes so necessaryin modern traffic conditions. But such behaviors of politeness are by no meansenough. Many drivers nowadays don't even seem able to recognize politeness whenthey see it.

      However, misplaced politeness can also bedangerous. Typical example is the driver who waves to a child crossing thestreet at a wrong place into the path of oncoming cars that may not be able tostop in time. The same goes for encouraging old ladies to cross the roadwherever and whenever they want to.

      An experienced driver, whose manners arefaultless, told me it would help if drivers learnt to correctly join in trafficstream without causing total jams that give rise to unpleasant feelings.Unfortunately, modern drivers can't even learn to drive, let alone master the roadmanship(驾车技能).Years ago, experts warned us that the fast increase of the car ownership woulddemand more give-and-take from all road users. It is high time that all of ustook this message to heart.

What's the best title of the passage above?

ARoad Politeness

BTraffic Jams

CGood Manners

DModern Drivers

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                                D

        Parents who help theirchildren with homework may actually be bringing down their school grades. Otherforms of prenatal involvement, including volunteering at school andobserving a child's class, also fail to help, according to the most recentstudy on the topic.    The findings challenge a key principle of modern parenting(养育子女) where schools except themto act as partners in their children's education. Previous generationsconcentrated on getting children to school on time, fed, dressed and ready tolearn.      

        Keith Robinson, theauthor of the study, said, "I really don't know if the public is ready forthis but there are some ways parents can be involved in their kids' educationthat leads to declines in their academic performance. One of the things thatwas consistently negative was parents' help with homework." Robinsonsuggested that may be because parents themselves struggle to understand thetasks." They may either not remember the material their kids are studyingnow, or in some cases never learnt it themselves, but they're still offeringadvice."     

        Robinson assessed parental involvement performance and foundone of the most damaging things a parent could do was to punish their childrenfor poor marks. In general, about 20% of parental involvement was positive,about 45% negative and the rest statistically insignificant.     

        Common sense suggests it was a good thing for parents to getinvolved because "children with good academic success do have involvedparents", admitted Robinson. But he argued that this did not proveparental involvement was the root cause of that success." A big surprisewas that Asian-American parents whose kids are doing so well in school hardlyinvolved. They took a more reasonable approach, conveying to their children howsuccess at school could improve their lives."

The underlined expression "parental involvement" in Paragraph 1 probably means              .

Aparents' expectation on children's health

Bparents' participation in children's education

Cparents' control over children's life

Dparents' plan for children's future

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                                D

        Parents who help theirchildren with homework may actually be bringing down their school grades. Otherforms of prenatal involvement, including volunteering at school andobserving a child's class, also fail to help, according to the most recentstudy on the topic.    The findings challenge a key principle of modern parenting(养育子女) where schools except themto act as partners in their children's education. Previous generationsconcentrated on getting children to school on time, fed, dressed and ready tolearn.      

        Keith Robinson, theauthor of the study, said, "I really don't know if the public is ready forthis but there are some ways parents can be involved in their kids' educationthat leads to declines in their academic performance. One of the things thatwas consistently negative was parents' help with homework." Robinsonsuggested that may be because parents themselves struggle to understand thetasks." They may either not remember the material their kids are studyingnow, or in some cases never learnt it themselves, but they're still offeringadvice."     

        Robinson assessed parental involvement performance and foundone of the most damaging things a parent could do was to punish their childrenfor poor marks. In general, about 20% of parental involvement was positive,about 45% negative and the rest statistically insignificant.     

        Common sense suggests it was a good thing for parents to getinvolved because "children with good academic success do have involvedparents", admitted Robinson. But he argued that this did not proveparental involvement was the root cause of that success." A big surprisewas that Asian-American parents whose kids are doing so well in school hardlyinvolved. They took a more reasonable approach, conveying to their children howsuccess at school could improve their lives."

What is the major finding of Robinson's study?

AModern parents raise children in a more scientific way.

BPunishing kids for bad marks is mentally damaging.

CParental involvement is not so beneficial as expected.

DParents are not able to help with children’s homework.

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                                D

        Parents who help theirchildren with homework may actually be bringing down their school grades. Otherforms of prenatal involvement, including volunteering at school andobserving a child's class, also fail to help, according to the most recentstudy on the topic.    The findings challenge a key principle of modern parenting(养育子女) where schools except themto act as partners in their children's education. Previous generationsconcentrated on getting children to school on time, fed, dressed and ready tolearn.      

        Keith Robinson, theauthor of the study, said, "I really don't know if the public is ready forthis but there are some ways parents can be involved in their kids' educationthat leads to declines in their academic performance. One of the things thatwas consistently negative was parents' help with homework." Robinsonsuggested that may be because parents themselves struggle to understand thetasks." They may either not remember the material their kids are studyingnow, or in some cases never learnt it themselves, but they're still offeringadvice."     

        Robinson assessed parental involvement performance and foundone of the most damaging things a parent could do was to punish their childrenfor poor marks. In general, about 20% of parental involvement was positive,about 45% negative and the rest statistically insignificant.     

        Common sense suggests it was a good thing for parents to getinvolved because "children with good academic success do have involvedparents", admitted Robinson. But he argued that this did not proveparental involvement was the root cause of that success." A big surprisewas that Asian-American parents whose kids are doing so well in school hardlyinvolved. They took a more reasonable approach, conveying to their children howsuccess at school could improve their lives."

The example of Asian-American parents implies that parents should                     .

Ahelp children realize the importance of schooling

Bset a specific life goal for their children

Cspend more time improving their own lives

Dtake a more active part in school management

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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  完形填空(共5小题,每小2分, 满分10分)

    根据短文内容,从短文后的选项中能选出填入空白处的最佳选项,选项中有两项为多余选项。

        Eyesight plays a very important role in our daily life. Every wakingmoment, the eyes are working to see the world around us. Over forty percent ofAmericans worry about losing eyesight, but it’s easy to include steps into ourdaily life to ensure healthy eyes. Here are five suggestions for a lifetime ofhealthy eyesight :

        • Schedule yearly exams.  36   Expertsadvise parents to bring babies 6 to 12 months of age to the doctor for acareful check. The good news is that millions of children now can have yearlyeye exams and following treatment, including eyeglasses.   

        • Protect against UV rays (紫外线). Long-term stay in the sun creates risk to youreyes. No matter what the season is, it’s extremely important to wear sunglasses 37  .    

        • Give your eyes a break. Two-thirds of Americans spend upto seven hours a day using computers or other digital products. 38   Experts recommend that people practice the20/20/20 rule: every 20 minutes, take a 20-second break and look at something20 feet away.    

        •    39      As part of a healthy diet, eat more fruits and vegetables eachday. Vitamins(维生素) C and E helpprotect eyesight and promote eye health.    

        • Practice safe wear and care of contact lenses(隐形眼镜). Many Americans use contact lenses to improve theireyesight. While some follow the medical guidance for wearing contact lenses,many are breaking the rules and putting their eyesight at risk.     40      Otherwise,you may have problems such as red eyes, pain in theeyes, or a more serious condition.

    A. Eat your greens. 

    B. Eye care should beginearly in life.

    C. They can properly protect your eyes.

    D. Stay in good shape by taking more vitamins.

    E. Parents usually don’t care about their own eyesight.

    F. Always follow the doctor’s advice for appropriate wear.

    G. This frequent eye activity increases the risk for eye tiredness.

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第三部分:完形填空 (共20小题,每小1.5分, 满分30分)

Dear son,

            “Look,it’s Baldy!” A boy shouted in my direction across the playground. Even though Iwas used to regular insults (侮辱) because of the     41     on my head, it was     42     horrible to hear. I sighed as I was headed back to the class.

            WhenI was just 20 months old, I suffered serious     43     after a bowl full hot oil fell on my head. I was    44      to hospital and had to stay there for weeks while thedoctors     45     to save mylife. “Holly’s very     46     to bealive,” they told Mum and Dad. “But she’ll be     47     with scars on her head, and of course her hair won’t grow there.”

            Asa child, I cared much about my scars, so I     48     wore a scarf to cover them up when I left home.   49     I didn’t, people would call me horrible names like Baldy. Althoughmy friends were always comforting me, they never     50     understood how it felt.

            Thenthrough the hospital I was     51    to a children’s burns camp, where children like me can get anyhelp. There, I     52     14-year-oldStephanie, whose burns are a lot more serious than mine. But she is so    53     that she never lets anyone put her down. “You shouldn’t    54     what people say about what you look like because we’re notdifferent from anyone else, Holly,” she     55     me. “And you don’t need to wear a scarf because you lookgreat     56    it!” For thefirst time in my life I could speak to someone who’d been throughsomething     57   . So weeks later,at my 13th birthday party,    58    by herbravery, I gave up my scarf and showed off my scars. It felt amazing not havingto     59    away behind my scarf.

            Now,I am     60     of what Ilook like and much happier, because I have realized it is your personality (个性) that decides who you truly are.

41.

    A.hat               

    B.scarf  

    C.scars           

    D.cuts

42.

    A.still      

    B.just           

    C.never            

    D.seldom

43.

    A.hunger             

    B.cold            

    C.defeats            

    D.burns

44.

    A.rushed            

    B.led            

    C.invited           

    D.forced

45.

    A.learned             

    B.fought          

    C.returned           

    D.decided

46.

    A.happy             

    B.lucky           

    C.lonely            

    D.poor

47.

    A.pressed             

    B.occupied        

    C.left               

    D.painted

48.

    A.possibly            

    B.usually          

    C.finally            

    D.nearly

49.

    A.Although          

    B.Since           

    C.If                 

    D.Before

50.

    A.correctly           

    B.roughly         

    C.easily            

    D.really

51.

    A.promoted          

    B.introduced       

    C.reported           

    D.carried

52.

    A.met               

    B.recognized      

    C.remembered       

    D.caught

53.

    A.honest             

    B.strong          

    C.active            

    D.young

54.

    A.write down         

    B.agree with        

    C.passon           

    D.listento

55.

    A.promised          

    B.encouraged       

    C.ordered          

    D.calmed

56.

    A.in                

    B.for              

    C.without          

    D.beyond

57.

    A.similar             

    B.strange            

    C.hard            

    D.important

58.

    A.allowed            

    B.required          

    C.guided          

    D.inspired

59.

    A.hide                

    B.give             

    C.keep            

    D.put

60.

    A.sick               

    B.awake            

    C.tired            

    D.proud

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第四部分:语法填空(共10小题;每小题1.5分,满分15分)

        Once a fanner's donkey (驴) fell into a deep well. The animal cried loudly for hours, but the fanner couldn't figure out what to do 61   it. Finally, he decided that the animal was old and that the well needed to be covered anyway, so he 62   (think) the donkey wasn't worth saving. Then, he invited some of his neighbors to come over and help 63 . They all took a shovel (铁铲) and began to put dirt into the well.

        At first, the donkey realized what was happening and cried 64 (pitiful). Then, to everyone's surprise, the donkey became quiet. A few shovel loads later, the farmer looked down into the well and was astonished at 65 he saw.

        Each shovel of dirt hit its back, but the donkey was doing something 66   (amaze). It was shaking the dirt off and taking a step up. 67 the neighbors continued to put more dirt on top of the animal, it would shake the dirt off and take one more step up. Pretty soon everyone was surprised as die donkey stepped up over the edge of 68  well and ran off happily!

        When life sometimes 69 (put) dirt on you, the best way of getting out of the well is to shake the dirt off and take a step up. Each of your troubles is a stepping stone. You can get out of the deepest well just 70   never giving up!

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第五部分:短文改错(每小题1分,满分10分)

        I have a good friend who’s name is Liu Mei. She is our monitor and one of the excellent student in our class. Clever as she is, but she works very hard. We have a lot on common and have a lot to talk about .One evening she told me that something happened when her parents was out. She was doing her homework one Sunday morning that she smelt something burning. Look out of the window , she find a cloud of smoke coming out of her neighbor’s house . She called 119 immediate. Ten minutes late, the firemen came and put out the fire. Her neighbor was very thankful for her help.

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第六部分:写作(满分25分)

    假设你是李华,你的美国朋友Chris就读于天津某国际学校。他熟悉中国文化,特别是戏曲文化。8月5日下午2:00在新落成的天津大剧院将上演越剧《梁山伯与祝英台》。请你根据以下提示,用英语给Chris写一封电子邮件,邀请他一起观看演出。

要点:  1提出邀请并简述原因;

        2提出观剧结束后活动建议(如参观附近博物馆或美术馆);

        3请求对方回复。

注意:1请用规范英语,词数不少于100;

        2可适当加入细节,以使内容充实、行文连贯;

        3开头和结尾已给出,不计入总词数。

参考词汇:越剧:Shaoxing Opera; 《梁山伯与祝英台》:Butterfly Lovers;天津大剧院:Tianjin Grand Theater

Dear Chris,

                                                                                                                                        

                                                Yours,

                                                Li Hua

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