• 英语 2018年高三福建省第一次模拟试题
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 D)中,选出最佳选项,并在答题卡上将该项涂黑。

                                    A

                        Welcome to AMDA

    Your future in the performing arts doesn’t have to be a dream. For over 50 years, AMDA has launched some of the most successful careers in theatre, film and television. AMDA creates industry professionals who don’t just wait for life to happen—they stage their own career path. Now it’s your turn.

Program description 

    At AMDA, we believe a performer must perform. From the first day, you’ll find many performance opportunities in the three core areas of acting, musical theatre and dance, both in and out of the classroom, plus individual voice lessons. Over the course of your four semesters (学期), you’ll also improve your performance technique through an intensive curriculum that focuses on both foundational and advanced concepts in acting, musical theatre and dance. Finally, through courses in career preparation, you’ll learn how to apply all of this training to a successful career on stage and screen.

Philosophy and mission

    AMDA is committed to providing a splendid performing arts education to a diverse community of creative artists. AMDA serves as both school and stage, where students are given the support and opportunity to identify their own personal objectives and to develop and improve their own distinctive artistic voices. AMDA tries to create an environment for students to develop the skills, confidence, imagination, and power to contribute to their community as artists, businesspeople, lifelong learners, and hard-working citizens of the world Above all, AMDA wants to teach students that commitment and passion are the marks of a successful and joyous career.

Registration

6305 Yucca Street Los Angeles 

800-367-7908 

https: //www.amda.edu

What is the curriculum of AMDA about?

ADrawing.

BPhilosophy.

CPerforming.

DPhotography.

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                                    A

                        Welcome to AMDA

    Your future in the performing arts doesn’t have to be a dream. For over 50 years, AMDA has launched some of the most successful careers in theatre, film and television. AMDA creates industry professionals who don’t just wait for life to happen—they stage their own career path. Now it’s your turn.

Program description 

    At AMDA, we believe a performer must perform. From the first day, you’ll find many performance opportunities in the three core areas of acting, musical theatre and dance, both in and out of the classroom, plus individual voice lessons. Over the course of your four semesters (学期), you’ll also improve your performance technique through an intensive curriculum that focuses on both foundational and advanced concepts in acting, musical theatre and dance. Finally, through courses in career preparation, you’ll learn how to apply all of this training to a successful career on stage and screen.

Philosophy and mission

    AMDA is committed to providing a splendid performing arts education to a diverse community of creative artists. AMDA serves as both school and stage, where students are given the support and opportunity to identify their own personal objectives and to develop and improve their own distinctive artistic voices. AMDA tries to create an environment for students to develop the skills, confidence, imagination, and power to contribute to their community as artists, businesspeople, lifelong learners, and hard-working citizens of the world Above all, AMDA wants to teach students that commitment and passion are the marks of a successful and joyous career.

Registration

6305 Yucca Street Los Angeles 

800-367-7908 

https: //www.amda.edu

How long does the course last?

AOne semester.

BTwo years.

CThree semesters.

DFour years.

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                                    A

                        Welcome to AMDA

    Your future in the performing arts doesn’t have to be a dream. For over 50 years, AMDA has launched some of the most successful careers in theatre, film and television. AMDA creates industry professionals who don’t just wait for life to happen—they stage their own career path. Now it’s your turn.

Program description 

    At AMDA, we believe a performer must perform. From the first day, you’ll find many performance opportunities in the three core areas of acting, musical theatre and dance, both in and out of the classroom, plus individual voice lessons. Over the course of your four semesters (学期), you’ll also improve your performance technique through an intensive curriculum that focuses on both foundational and advanced concepts in acting, musical theatre and dance. Finally, through courses in career preparation, you’ll learn how to apply all of this training to a successful career on stage and screen.

Philosophy and mission

    AMDA is committed to providing a splendid performing arts education to a diverse community of creative artists. AMDA serves as both school and stage, where students are given the support and opportunity to identify their own personal objectives and to develop and improve their own distinctive artistic voices. AMDA tries to create an environment for students to develop the skills, confidence, imagination, and power to contribute to their community as artists, businesspeople, lifelong learners, and hard-working citizens of the world Above all, AMDA wants to teach students that commitment and passion are the marks of a successful and joyous career.

Registration

6305 Yucca Street Los Angeles 

800-367-7908 

https: //www.amda.edu

What can students learn in AMDA?

AHow to sing beautifully.

BHow to train a performer.

CThe way to build a stage.

DThe way to be a director.

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                                    B

    The story of Sir Nicholas Winton is the one that you would imagine could only happen on the silver screen. Sir Nicholas Winton was a British man who went to heroic efforts, potentially putting himself at risk, during World War II. Sir Winton was responsible for ensuring the safety of six hundred and sixty-nine Jewish children by aiding their escape from countries occupied by Nazis. Finally, the Jewish children were brought to England where he worked to make sure families in his native country would help the kids by taking them into their homes.

    Recently, this unbelievable story has again been making the rounds on the Internet, particularly after a rerun of the BBC show called “That’s Life”, which featured Sir Winton. People around the world were moved at the details of the story, with saying it to be the best story they’ve ever seen.

    Sir Winton kept his entire plan completely secret, even his wife had no idea about his planning until fifty years later. After the war, years passed and many people remained in the dark about Sir Winton’s extraordinary achievement. Some fifty years later, his wife Greta was searching in their house and discovered a Winton’s notebook which documented the names of all the children. She worked with BBC and they produced a TV episode (插曲) of their program “That’s Life” that served as an honor for Sir Winton’s work.

    In 2003, Sir Winton was knighted by the Queen of England for his work. He also was even nominated for a Nobel Peace Prize. He also had a small planet named after him by Czech astronomers. Sir Winton died peacefully in his sleep at the old age of one hundred and six, in 2015. Leaders around the world paid tribute (悼念). Israel’s ambassador to the United Kingdom, Daniel Taub, said, “He was a hero of our time, having saved 669 Jewish children from Nazis. His story, as a point of light in a period of darkness, will forever be remembered.”

What happened to the 669 Jewish children?

AThey were killed by Nazis.

BThey returned to their own homes.

CThey fled to their native countries.

DThey were raised by English families.

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                                    B

    The story of Sir Nicholas Winton is the one that you would imagine could only happen on the silver screen. Sir Nicholas Winton was a British man who went to heroic efforts, potentially putting himself at risk, during World War II. Sir Winton was responsible for ensuring the safety of six hundred and sixty-nine Jewish children by aiding their escape from countries occupied by Nazis. Finally, the Jewish children were brought to England where he worked to make sure families in his native country would help the kids by taking them into their homes.

    Recently, this unbelievable story has again been making the rounds on the Internet, particularly after a rerun of the BBC show called “That’s Life”, which featured Sir Winton. People around the world were moved at the details of the story, with saying it to be the best story they’ve ever seen.

    Sir Winton kept his entire plan completely secret, even his wife had no idea about his planning until fifty years later. After the war, years passed and many people remained in the dark about Sir Winton’s extraordinary achievement. Some fifty years later, his wife Greta was searching in their house and discovered a Winton’s notebook which documented the names of all the children. She worked with BBC and they produced a TV episode (插曲) of their program “That’s Life” that served as an honor for Sir Winton’s work.

    In 2003, Sir Winton was knighted by the Queen of England for his work. He also was even nominated for a Nobel Peace Prize. He also had a small planet named after him by Czech astronomers. Sir Winton died peacefully in his sleep at the old age of one hundred and six, in 2015. Leaders around the world paid tribute (悼念). Israel’s ambassador to the United Kingdom, Daniel Taub, said, “He was a hero of our time, having saved 669 Jewish children from Nazis. His story, as a point of light in a period of darkness, will forever be remembered.”

What made Winton’s story spread widely?

APeople’s chatting online.

BThe program “That’s Life”.

CHis wife’s promotion.

DPraises from some leaders.

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                                    B

    The story of Sir Nicholas Winton is the one that you would imagine could only happen on the silver screen. Sir Nicholas Winton was a British man who went to heroic efforts, potentially putting himself at risk, during World War II. Sir Winton was responsible for ensuring the safety of six hundred and sixty-nine Jewish children by aiding their escape from countries occupied by Nazis. Finally, the Jewish children were brought to England where he worked to make sure families in his native country would help the kids by taking them into their homes.

    Recently, this unbelievable story has again been making the rounds on the Internet, particularly after a rerun of the BBC show called “That’s Life”, which featured Sir Winton. People around the world were moved at the details of the story, with saying it to be the best story they’ve ever seen.

    Sir Winton kept his entire plan completely secret, even his wife had no idea about his planning until fifty years later. After the war, years passed and many people remained in the dark about Sir Winton’s extraordinary achievement. Some fifty years later, his wife Greta was searching in their house and discovered a Winton’s notebook which documented the names of all the children. She worked with BBC and they produced a TV episode (插曲) of their program “That’s Life” that served as an honor for Sir Winton’s work.

    In 2003, Sir Winton was knighted by the Queen of England for his work. He also was even nominated for a Nobel Peace Prize. He also had a small planet named after him by Czech astronomers. Sir Winton died peacefully in his sleep at the old age of one hundred and six, in 2015. Leaders around the world paid tribute (悼念). Israel’s ambassador to the United Kingdom, Daniel Taub, said, “He was a hero of our time, having saved 669 Jewish children from Nazis. His story, as a point of light in a period of darkness, will forever be remembered.”

Which of the following can replace the underlined expression “remained in the dark’, in Paragraph 3?

Afelt doubtful

Bremained moved

Cknew nothing

Dcriticized something

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                                    B

    The story of Sir Nicholas Winton is the one that you would imagine could only happen on the silver screen. Sir Nicholas Winton was a British man who went to heroic efforts, potentially putting himself at risk, during World War II. Sir Winton was responsible for ensuring the safety of six hundred and sixty-nine Jewish children by aiding their escape from countries occupied by Nazis. Finally, the Jewish children were brought to England where he worked to make sure families in his native country would help the kids by taking them into their homes.

    Recently, this unbelievable story has again been making the rounds on the Internet, particularly after a rerun of the BBC show called “That’s Life”, which featured Sir Winton. People around the world were moved at the details of the story, with saying it to be the best story they’ve ever seen.

    Sir Winton kept his entire plan completely secret, even his wife had no idea about his planning until fifty years later. After the war, years passed and many people remained in the dark about Sir Winton’s extraordinary achievement. Some fifty years later, his wife Greta was searching in their house and discovered a Winton’s notebook which documented the names of all the children. She worked with BBC and they produced a TV episode (插曲) of their program “That’s Life” that served as an honor for Sir Winton’s work.

    In 2003, Sir Winton was knighted by the Queen of England for his work. He also was even nominated for a Nobel Peace Prize. He also had a small planet named after him by Czech astronomers. Sir Winton died peacefully in his sleep at the old age of one hundred and six, in 2015. Leaders around the world paid tribute (悼念). Israel’s ambassador to the United Kingdom, Daniel Taub, said, “He was a hero of our time, having saved 669 Jewish children from Nazis. His story, as a point of light in a period of darkness, will forever be remembered.”

What do we know about Winton?

AHe was born in 1909.

BNazis tried to arrest him.

CHe named a small planet.

DMany children paid tribute to him.

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                                    C

    Welcome to Glass of Venice, the number one importer and retailer of authentic Murano Glass in the US and one of the top names among Murano Glass retailers worldwide. We work directly with artisans (工匠) from Murano, Italy to bring you the unique centuries old art rooted in tradition and skill. Every item is handcrafted with passion using ancient techniques that made Murano glassmakers world-famous since the 8th century. Now you needn’t make a trip to Murano to own an authentic piece of art as beautiful as Venice itself.

    At the time of mass-produced products that carry no special meaning, Murano Glass gives you an opportunity to express your individuality. Every piece is unique.

    Murano Glass is 100% handcrafted in Venice. Be a part of the centuries-old Venetian tradition!

    A piece of the artisan’s heart and soul is captured in every Murano Glass creation. Crafting Murano Glass jewelry, vases, sculptures and other functional and decorative pieces is a complicated process from silica, minerals, water, and fire. Venetian artisans create masterpieces. The techniques they use are centuries old, and artisans have been trained for many years in their fathers’ and grandfathers, workshops before they can attain a revered status of the true master of the craft.

    Murano Glass masters are not just artisans; they are artists. Ever since Murano glassmakers guild (公会) was established on this Venetian island in 1291, they have been innovating, seeking new methods of creating glass, and pushing forward to express new philosophies and artistic visions through glass. This made Murano Glass get its own art form, and it has been recognized at international expositions and top art museums and galleries worldwide. Today the famous glass masters working on Murano Island are first and foremost artists, and Glass of Venice is proud to offer artistic masterpieces from top Murano glass workshops.

What can be inferred about Murano Glass?

AIt is made by using modern machines.

BEvery piece is made in the US.

CEvery piece has a special style.

DIt was designed in the 8th century.

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                                    C

    Welcome to Glass of Venice, the number one importer and retailer of authentic Murano Glass in the US and one of the top names among Murano Glass retailers worldwide. We work directly with artisans (工匠) from Murano, Italy to bring you the unique centuries old art rooted in tradition and skill. Every item is handcrafted with passion using ancient techniques that made Murano glassmakers world-famous since the 8th century. Now you needn’t make a trip to Murano to own an authentic piece of art as beautiful as Venice itself.

    At the time of mass-produced products that carry no special meaning, Murano Glass gives you an opportunity to express your individuality. Every piece is unique.

    Murano Glass is 100% handcrafted in Venice. Be a part of the centuries-old Venetian tradition!

    A piece of the artisan’s heart and soul is captured in every Murano Glass creation. Crafting Murano Glass jewelry, vases, sculptures and other functional and decorative pieces is a complicated process from silica, minerals, water, and fire. Venetian artisans create masterpieces. The techniques they use are centuries old, and artisans have been trained for many years in their fathers’ and grandfathers, workshops before they can attain a revered status of the true master of the craft.

    Murano Glass masters are not just artisans; they are artists. Ever since Murano glassmakers guild (公会) was established on this Venetian island in 1291, they have been innovating, seeking new methods of creating glass, and pushing forward to express new philosophies and artistic visions through glass. This made Murano Glass get its own art form, and it has been recognized at international expositions and top art museums and galleries worldwide. Today the famous glass masters working on Murano Island are first and foremost artists, and Glass of Venice is proud to offer artistic masterpieces from top Murano glass workshops.

What is the author’s attitude to Murano Glass masters’ works?

ACritical.

BAdmirable.

CCautious.

DAggressive.

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                                    C

    Welcome to Glass of Venice, the number one importer and retailer of authentic Murano Glass in the US and one of the top names among Murano Glass retailers worldwide. We work directly with artisans (工匠) from Murano, Italy to bring you the unique centuries old art rooted in tradition and skill. Every item is handcrafted with passion using ancient techniques that made Murano glassmakers world-famous since the 8th century. Now you needn’t make a trip to Murano to own an authentic piece of art as beautiful as Venice itself.

    At the time of mass-produced products that carry no special meaning, Murano Glass gives you an opportunity to express your individuality. Every piece is unique.

    Murano Glass is 100% handcrafted in Venice. Be a part of the centuries-old Venetian tradition!

    A piece of the artisan’s heart and soul is captured in every Murano Glass creation. Crafting Murano Glass jewelry, vases, sculptures and other functional and decorative pieces is a complicated process from silica, minerals, water, and fire. Venetian artisans create masterpieces. The techniques they use are centuries old, and artisans have been trained for many years in their fathers’ and grandfathers, workshops before they can attain a revered status of the true master of the craft.

    Murano Glass masters are not just artisans; they are artists. Ever since Murano glassmakers guild (公会) was established on this Venetian island in 1291, they have been innovating, seeking new methods of creating glass, and pushing forward to express new philosophies and artistic visions through glass. This made Murano Glass get its own art form, and it has been recognized at international expositions and top art museums and galleries worldwide. Today the famous glass masters working on Murano Island are first and foremost artists, and Glass of Venice is proud to offer artistic masterpieces from top Murano glass workshops.

What were Murano Glass masters devoted to doing according to the text?

AExploring ways to develop the creation of glass.

BExporting Murano Glass to many foreign countries.

CBuilding art museums to show the beauty of Murano Glass.

DCreating a special art form to express their philosophies of life.

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                                    C

    Welcome to Glass of Venice, the number one importer and retailer of authentic Murano Glass in the US and one of the top names among Murano Glass retailers worldwide. We work directly with artisans (工匠) from Murano, Italy to bring you the unique centuries old art rooted in tradition and skill. Every item is handcrafted with passion using ancient techniques that made Murano glassmakers world-famous since the 8th century. Now you needn’t make a trip to Murano to own an authentic piece of art as beautiful as Venice itself.

    At the time of mass-produced products that carry no special meaning, Murano Glass gives you an opportunity to express your individuality. Every piece is unique.

    Murano Glass is 100% handcrafted in Venice. Be a part of the centuries-old Venetian tradition!

    A piece of the artisan’s heart and soul is captured in every Murano Glass creation. Crafting Murano Glass jewelry, vases, sculptures and other functional and decorative pieces is a complicated process from silica, minerals, water, and fire. Venetian artisans create masterpieces. The techniques they use are centuries old, and artisans have been trained for many years in their fathers’ and grandfathers, workshops before they can attain a revered status of the true master of the craft.

    Murano Glass masters are not just artisans; they are artists. Ever since Murano glassmakers guild (公会) was established on this Venetian island in 1291, they have been innovating, seeking new methods of creating glass, and pushing forward to express new philosophies and artistic visions through glass. This made Murano Glass get its own art form, and it has been recognized at international expositions and top art museums and galleries worldwide. Today the famous glass masters working on Murano Island are first and foremost artists, and Glass of Venice is proud to offer artistic masterpieces from top Murano glass workshops.

The underlined word “revered” in Paragraph 4 is closest in meaning to “      ”.

Aconsiderate

Brelieved

Ccomplex

Drespected

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                                    D

    Some people get worried when faced with simple math problems. And they may rely more heavily on certain brain circuits than people who do not experience such math anxiety. That’s the finding of a new study. Using a different mental approach might help explain why people with math anxiety struggle more with complex problems.

    To figure out what was going on, researchers placed adults in a brain-scanning device. Called a functional magnetic resonance (磁共振) imaging machine, it measures blood flow in the brain. This lets researchers see which brain regions are active at a particular point in time. For the new study, the study recruited (招募) people with and without math anxiety. All of the adults were asked to answer whether simple math problems were correct or not. Both groups had similar response time. Each group also was equally accurate. The brain scans, however, turned up some differences.

    In people who weren’t anxious about math, there was less activity in one brain region. It is called the frontoparietal (额顶的), attention network. It is involved in working memory and the solving of problems.

    People who relied on this circuit less were probably getting ahead by automating simple math, said Hyesang Chang. She’s a cognitive neuroscientist who works at the University of Chicago in Illinois. She reported her team’s findings on March 25 here at the annual meeting of the Cognitive Neuroscience Society.

    People who get anxious over math showed more varied brain activity overall. That led Chang to consider that these people might be handling math problems in a different way. Their brains might be using a variety of approaches—and in ways that use more brain resources. This general approach works fine for simple math, she said. But the brains of those with math anxiety might get maxed out when the math is more challenging.

According to the text, people who experience math anxiety may       .

Ahave better working memory

Bsolve math problems inaccurately

Csuffer more injuries in face of complex problems

Dhave more activity in the frontoparietal attention network

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                                    D

    Some people get worried when faced with simple math problems. And they may rely more heavily on certain brain circuits than people who do not experience such math anxiety. That’s the finding of a new study. Using a different mental approach might help explain why people with math anxiety struggle more with complex problems.

    To figure out what was going on, researchers placed adults in a brain-scanning device. Called a functional magnetic resonance (磁共振) imaging machine, it measures blood flow in the brain. This lets researchers see which brain regions are active at a particular point in time. For the new study, the study recruited (招募) people with and without math anxiety. All of the adults were asked to answer whether simple math problems were correct or not. Both groups had similar response time. Each group also was equally accurate. The brain scans, however, turned up some differences.

    In people who weren’t anxious about math, there was less activity in one brain region. It is called the frontoparietal (额顶的), attention network. It is involved in working memory and the solving of problems.

    People who relied on this circuit less were probably getting ahead by automating simple math, said Hyesang Chang. She’s a cognitive neuroscientist who works at the University of Chicago in Illinois. She reported her team’s findings on March 25 here at the annual meeting of the Cognitive Neuroscience Society.

    People who get anxious over math showed more varied brain activity overall. That led Chang to consider that these people might be handling math problems in a different way. Their brains might be using a variety of approaches—and in ways that use more brain resources. This general approach works fine for simple math, she said. But the brains of those with math anxiety might get maxed out when the math is more challenging.

Researchers did the study with the help of      .

Asome experts on network

Bthe University of Chicago

Csome people doing well in math

Da magnetic resonance imaging machine

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                                    D

    Some people get worried when faced with simple math problems. And they may rely more heavily on certain brain circuits than people who do not experience such math anxiety. That’s the finding of a new study. Using a different mental approach might help explain why people with math anxiety struggle more with complex problems.

    To figure out what was going on, researchers placed adults in a brain-scanning device. Called a functional magnetic resonance (磁共振) imaging machine, it measures blood flow in the brain. This lets researchers see which brain regions are active at a particular point in time. For the new study, the study recruited (招募) people with and without math anxiety. All of the adults were asked to answer whether simple math problems were correct or not. Both groups had similar response time. Each group also was equally accurate. The brain scans, however, turned up some differences.

    In people who weren’t anxious about math, there was less activity in one brain region. It is called the frontoparietal (额顶的), attention network. It is involved in working memory and the solving of problems.

    People who relied on this circuit less were probably getting ahead by automating simple math, said Hyesang Chang. She’s a cognitive neuroscientist who works at the University of Chicago in Illinois. She reported her team’s findings on March 25 here at the annual meeting of the Cognitive Neuroscience Society.

    People who get anxious over math showed more varied brain activity overall. That led Chang to consider that these people might be handling math problems in a different way. Their brains might be using a variety of approaches—and in ways that use more brain resources. This general approach works fine for simple math, she said. But the brains of those with math anxiety might get maxed out when the math is more challenging.

What may be the best title for the text?

AHow to learn math better

BHow does people’s brain react to math problems?

CWhat researchers find about people’s brain

DWhat should people do to avoid math anxiety?

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                                    D

    Some people get worried when faced with simple math problems. And they may rely more heavily on certain brain circuits than people who do not experience such math anxiety. That’s the finding of a new study. Using a different mental approach might help explain why people with math anxiety struggle more with complex problems.

    To figure out what was going on, researchers placed adults in a brain-scanning device. Called a functional magnetic resonance (磁共振) imaging machine, it measures blood flow in the brain. This lets researchers see which brain regions are active at a particular point in time. For the new study, the study recruited (招募) people with and without math anxiety. All of the adults were asked to answer whether simple math problems were correct or not. Both groups had similar response time. Each group also was equally accurate. The brain scans, however, turned up some differences.

    In people who weren’t anxious about math, there was less activity in one brain region. It is called the frontoparietal (额顶的), attention network. It is involved in working memory and the solving of problems.

    People who relied on this circuit less were probably getting ahead by automating simple math, said Hyesang Chang. She’s a cognitive neuroscientist who works at the University of Chicago in Illinois. She reported her team’s findings on March 25 here at the annual meeting of the Cognitive Neuroscience Society.

    People who get anxious over math showed more varied brain activity overall. That led Chang to consider that these people might be handling math problems in a different way. Their brains might be using a variety of approaches—and in ways that use more brain resources. This general approach works fine for simple math, she said. But the brains of those with math anxiety might get maxed out when the math is more challenging.

What does Hyesang Chang agree with?

AThere is no certain way to change the level of math anxiety.

BUsing more brain resources can help solve more challenging math problems.

CPeople with math anxiety use more brain resources to handle math problems.

DPeople relying on the frontoparietal attention network less have better math grades.

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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。

    Are you planning a class reunion but having a tough time finding former classmates? Read on and see if the following tips will help.

    With the coming of modern technology and communication, the simplest way to look for former classmates is by searching the worldwide web.   36   Search the names of the classmates you want to find. Type their full names in the search bar of your browser and see if they generate results. If the person you are searching for is an active Internet user, there is a great chance for you to get instant results.

     37  . There are other ways by which to locate your former classmates.

     38  . It means the father, mother or any close relatives you may personally know. Though there is a possibility that your former classmates may have changed residence due to work or marriage, their parents usually stay in the original homes.

    Ask assistance from the school records section of your school, the principal and even your former teachers if they are still around.  39  , if you haven’t any idea about your classmates’ location.

     40  . If you live in a small county it is not a difficult thing to do. Usually, it is the information from friends that is most helpful in tracking down a person. What’s amusing is one contact person is enough to establish a chain of information.

    And that’s it—your job in finding former classmates is done. Now all you need to do is set the date, time and place of your reunion. Enjoy!

A. Ask common friends

B. Here are suggestions on how it can be done

C. One way is by getting in touch with the family

D. There is also a network of friends on the Internet

E. Old addresses and telephone numbers can still be of use

F. You can also consult the graduate group of your  neighborhood

G. You should not narrow down your search to the Internet alone

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第一节(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A B C和D四个选项中,选出可以填入空白处的最佳选项。

    The last thing Kim Powell-Woods wanted for her birthday was a newspaper story. But her day on Wednesday was just too unusual to   41  . Instead of a traditional   42   with gifts and a birthday cake, the Limestone woman wanted   43  . She planned that for her 35th birthday, she would do 35 acts of random kindness for   44  . “I thought of it a couple of weeks ago, and I sat down one afternoon and   45   making a list of things I could do,” she said. She added that her job, as a 911   46  , put her in touch with people who were having very bad days. She wanted a day when she might help people have a(n)  47   day. “And, as a single mother of two, I know a lot about what it’s like to be in all kinds of   48  . So, I wanted to give people a little boost,” 

    she explained.She started at 5 am. At a   49   station, she helped a woman» who was trying to   50   some household things. She needed money to buy gas to get to work in Momence. Kim  51   that gas. Kim made some sandwiches the night before and packed lunches for other  52   strangers. She gave them away at the bus stop at noon. She remembered what it was like to   53   the bus and have no plan for   54  .

    The only   55   she hit was a laundry attendant who   56   to make change for her. While Kim may have   57   smiles to 35 faces, at least one woman wanted none of Kim’s   58   of goodwill. “I’ll probably do this again, and I’ll wait for a(n)  59   one, like my 40th birthday,” she said. And she might get her   60   at a bank.

41.

    A. remember

    B. follow

    C. ignore 

    D. record

42.

    A. custom

    B. culture

    C. choice

    D. celebration

43. 

    A.wonders

    B. smiles

    C. wealth

    D. fate

44. 

    A. strangers

    B. friends

    C. families

    D. colleagues

45.

     A. quitted

    B. forgot

    C. started

    D. regretted

46. 

    A. victim

    B. operator

    C. patient

    D. witness

47. 

    A. shocking

    B. energetic

    C. ordinary

    D. brilliant

48. 

    A. stories

    B. kindness

    C. difficulties

    D. experiences

49. 

    A. gas

    B. bus

    C. railway

    D. underground

50. 

    A. save    

    B. sell

    C. borrow

    D. repair

51. 

    A. paid for

    B. took away

    C. wasted

    D. passed

52. 

    A. impolite 

    B. annoyed   

    C. careless

    D. surprised

53. 

    A. ride

    B. drive

    C. push

    D. wash

54. 

    A. future

    B. lunch

    C. life

    D. work

55. 

    A. success

    B. enemy

    C. barrier

    D. opportunity

56. 

    A. hoped

    B. managed

    C. demanded

    D. refused

57. 

    A. brought

    B. drew

    C. lent

    D. broadcast

58. 

    A. plans

    B. achievements

    C. actions

    D. attention

59.

     A. easy    

    B. significant

    C. full

    D. favorite

60. 

    A. fees

    B. applications

    C. encouragement

    D. change

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第二节(共10小题;每小题1.5分,满分15分)

阅读下面短文,在空白处填入1个适当的单词或括号内单词的正确形式。

    “The only female giant panda in Britain   61   (believe) to be pregnant,” Edinburgh Zoo said Thursday. The zoo said, “Tian Tian is being   62   (close) monitored, but it’s unclear   63   she will give birth. It’s hard to predict exactly and the panda breeding (繁殖) season can last until late September.”

    Tian Tian and male panda Yang Guang, who are both 14,  64   (arrive) in Edinburgh on a decade-long loan from China in 2011 and are   65   only giant pandas in Britain. Tian Tian, or Sweetie, has been pregnant several   66  (time) before in the U. K. but has never given birth.

    Giant pandas have difficulty breeding and their pregnancies are very difficult   67   (follow). The animals also experience “pseudo-pregnancies (伪怀孕)”, during   68   their behavior and hormonal (生理的) changes indicate they are pregnant even when they are not.

    The zoo’s statement came after the Edinburgh Evening Nevus used the Freedom of Information Act to obtain communication between the zoo and Scottish government   69   (show) that Tian Tian had been artificially inseminated and could give birth as early as this week. In a July 25 email, Iain Valentine, panda   70   (direct) at the Royal Zoological Society of Scotland, said he thought Tian Tian was about 30 days away from giving birth.

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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。错误涉及一个单词的增加、删除或修改。

    增加:在缺词处加一个漏字符号(∧),并在其下面写出该加的词。

    删除:把多余的词用斜线(\)划掉。

    修改:在错的词下划一横线,并在该词下面写出修改后的词。

    注意:1.每处错误及其修改均仅限一词;

            2.只允许修改10处,多者(从第11处起)不计分。

    As my mother and father were always busy working, so I was often at home by myself. I felt boring all the time and I felt sorry for myself. One day, in my way home from school, I saw a person living in the park. He was wearing dirty but worn-out clothes. He gave me a big smile when he saw me. He looked if he was the happiest man in the world. Looked at him, I realized how luckily I really was. I have enough food to eat and enough clothes to wear and I had hard-working parents who really cared about him. I realized what grateful I was to my parents for all that I had.

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第二节 书面表达(满分25分)

    假定你是李华,你的英国网友Peter上周在邮件中提到想阅读中国著名的小说,就此请你用英语给他写封回信。内容包括:

    1.推荐一本小说;

    2.此书内容简介;

    3.给出阅读建议。

    注意:

    1.词数100左右;

    2.可适当增加细节,以使行文连贯;

    3.开头和结尾已给出,不计入总词数。

Dear Peter,

    I’m very glad to know that you have interest in Chinese novels.

Yours,

Li Hua

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