• 英语 2018年高三甘肃省第一次模拟试题
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

                                A

    Sydney Trains is one of the most economical, reliable and convenient ways to travel throughout Sydney and its surrounds.

    Our network, the NSW Trains Intercity, covers suburban Sydney and extends to the Hunter, Central Coast, Blue Mountains, Southern Highlands and South Coast regions.

    The network is made up of several color-coded lines. Trains from different lines can share the same platform, so check display screen and listen to announcements.

    Ticket prices are generally based on the distance traveled. You can visit transportnsw. Info for details.

Getting to the City.

    In Sydney, if you’re near a train station, you’re on your way to the city. Every rail line leads directly or indirectly to the City Circle. It’s the loop around the central business district of Sydney. Most City stations are underground so look out for the sign on street level.

Automatic ticket gates

    Large stations have automatic gates for entry to, and exit from, the station. If you have an Opal card or a ticket which has a magnetic stripe you must use the automatic gates. You may use the wide gate for wheelchair, pram or luggage access. Station staff will assist you.

Night Ride buses

    Most trains do not operate between midnight and 4:00 a.m. For your convenience a special Night Ride bus service is available between these hours on most Sydney suburban lines.

Track work

    In order for the tracks to the maintained, we sometimes have to replace train with buses, particularly at weekends, Please check the track work section for the latest service alterations on your line.

To get more information about ticket pries, travelers had better________.

Ago to the City Circle

Bvisit a website

Ccheck display screen

Dlisten to announcements

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                                A

    Sydney Trains is one of the most economical, reliable and convenient ways to travel throughout Sydney and its surrounds.

    Our network, the NSW Trains Intercity, covers suburban Sydney and extends to the Hunter, Central Coast, Blue Mountains, Southern Highlands and South Coast regions.

    The network is made up of several color-coded lines. Trains from different lines can share the same platform, so check display screen and listen to announcements.

    Ticket prices are generally based on the distance traveled. You can visit transportnsw. Info for details.

Getting to the City.

    In Sydney, if you’re near a train station, you’re on your way to the city. Every rail line leads directly or indirectly to the City Circle. It’s the loop around the central business district of Sydney. Most City stations are underground so look out for the sign on street level.

Automatic ticket gates

    Large stations have automatic gates for entry to, and exit from, the station. If you have an Opal card or a ticket which has a magnetic stripe you must use the automatic gates. You may use the wide gate for wheelchair, pram or luggage access. Station staff will assist you.

Night Ride buses

    Most trains do not operate between midnight and 4:00 a.m. For your convenience a special Night Ride bus service is available between these hours on most Sydney suburban lines.

Track work

    In order for the tracks to the maintained, we sometimes have to replace train with buses, particularly at weekends, Please check the track work section for the latest service alterations on your line.

What service is offered to travelers in need at most big stations?

AA free Opal card.

BEarlier entry to the station.

CHelp from station workers.

DA ticket with a magnetic stripe.

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                                A

    Sydney Trains is one of the most economical, reliable and convenient ways to travel throughout Sydney and its surrounds.

    Our network, the NSW Trains Intercity, covers suburban Sydney and extends to the Hunter, Central Coast, Blue Mountains, Southern Highlands and South Coast regions.

    The network is made up of several color-coded lines. Trains from different lines can share the same platform, so check display screen and listen to announcements.

    Ticket prices are generally based on the distance traveled. You can visit transportnsw. Info for details.

Getting to the City.

    In Sydney, if you’re near a train station, you’re on your way to the city. Every rail line leads directly or indirectly to the City Circle. It’s the loop around the central business district of Sydney. Most City stations are underground so look out for the sign on street level.

Automatic ticket gates

    Large stations have automatic gates for entry to, and exit from, the station. If you have an Opal card or a ticket which has a magnetic stripe you must use the automatic gates. You may use the wide gate for wheelchair, pram or luggage access. Station staff will assist you.

Night Ride buses

    Most trains do not operate between midnight and 4:00 a.m. For your convenience a special Night Ride bus service is available between these hours on most Sydney suburban lines.

Track work

    In order for the tracks to the maintained, we sometimes have to replace train with buses, particularly at weekends, Please check the track work section for the latest service alterations on your line.

Which is the best convenient time to travel by Sydney Trains?

AAt midnight.

BOn Sunday afternoon.

CBetween midnight and 4:00 a.m.

DAt 6:00 p.m. on Wednesday.

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                                        B

    “I’ve always loved food,” says Cassie Dawson in the kitchen of her flat in London. “But I’ve become bored with eating out. I’ve had too many disappointing meals and paid too much money for them! At one point, fed up with my complaint, a friend suggested I open my own restaurant. Impossible, I thought. But then I heard about supper clubs...”

    Supper clubs are a mixture of a restaurant and a dinner party — you go to a stranger’s house and he/she cooks dinner for you. Like a restaurant, you pay for your food, but like a dinner party, you eat at the same table as other people. They are advertised through social-networking sites with a menu and little information about where the supper club is until just before the meal.

    “It’s like running a secret restaurant for one night,” says Cassie. “The next morning, I set the tables and chairs aside. I put the TV back and it’s my living room again.”

    Cassie opens her “restaurant” for people about once a month, and she really enjoys the evenings she’s had so far. She uses fresh, local ingredients and a typical meal costs about the same as a takeaway — much less than a restaurant meal. So how does she make money out of it?

    “I don’t,” says Cassie. “In fact, at first I was worried about losing money on my club. I’m good at cooking but my maths is terrible! But I was surprised by how cheaply I could make a good meal. This isn’t about money. It’s about a different eating experience.”

    And what about inviting complete strangers into her house? Was Cassie ever nervous about that?

    “Not at all,” she says. “Almost everyone at the supper club is just interested in having a good meal with other interesting people.”

Why did Cassie decide to open her own restaurant finally?

ATo earn a living.

BTo satisfy her friend’s needs.

CTo make friends with strangers.

DTo cook cheap and good meals for others.

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                                    B

    “I’ve always loved food,” says Cassie Dawson in the kitchen of her flat in London. “But I’ve become bored with eating out. I’ve had too many disappointing meals and paid too much money for them! At one point, fed up with my complaint, a friend suggested I open my own restaurant. Impossible, I thought. But then I heard about supper clubs...”

    Supper clubs are a mixture of a restaurant and a dinner party — you go to a stranger’s house and he/she cooks dinner for you. Like a restaurant, you pay for your food, but like a dinner party, you eat at the same table as other people. They are advertised through social-networking sites with a menu and little information about where the supper club is until just before the meal.

    “It’s like running a secret restaurant for one night,” says Cassie. “The next morning, I set the tables and chairs aside. I put the TV back and it’s my living room again.”

    Cassie opens her “restaurant” for people about once a month, and she really enjoys the evenings she’s had so far. She uses fresh, local ingredients and a typical meal costs about the same as a takeaway — much less than a restaurant meal. So how does she make money out of it?

    “I don’t,” says Cassie. “In fact, at first I was worried about losing money on my club. I’m good at cooking but my maths is terrible! But I was surprised by how cheaply I could make a good meal. This isn’t about money. It’s about a different eating experience.”

    And what about inviting complete strangers into her house? Was Cassie ever nervous about that?

    “Not at all,” she says. “Almost everyone at the supper club is just interested in having a good meal with other interesting people.”

What does the underlined word “They” in Paragraph 2 refer to?

ADinner parties.

BSupper clubs.

CFresh ingredients.

DInvitations to dinner.

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                                  B

    “I’ve always loved food,” says Cassie Dawson in the kitchen of her flat in London. “But I’ve become bored with eating out. I’ve had too many disappointing meals and paid too much money for them! At one point, fed up with my complaint, a friend suggested I open my own restaurant. Impossible, I thought. But then I heard about supper clubs...”

    Supper clubs are a mixture of a restaurant and a dinner party — you go to a stranger’s house and he/she cooks dinner for you. Like a restaurant, you pay for your food, but like a dinner party, you eat at the same table as other people. They are advertised through social-networking sites with a menu and little information about where the supper club is until just before the meal.

    “It’s like running a secret restaurant for one night,” says Cassie. “The next morning, I set the tables and chairs aside. I put the TV back and it’s my living room again.”

    Cassie opens her “restaurant” for people about once a month, and she really enjoys the evenings she’s had so far. She uses fresh, local ingredients and a typical meal costs about the same as a takeaway — much less than a restaurant meal. So how does she make money out of it?

    “I don’t,” says Cassie. “In fact, at first I was worried about losing money on my club. I’m good at cooking but my maths is terrible! But I was surprised by how cheaply I could make a good meal. This isn’t about money. It’s about a different eating experience.”

    And what about inviting complete strangers into her house? Was Cassie ever nervous about that?

    “Not at all,” she says. “Almost everyone at the supper club is just interested in having a good meal with other interesting people.”

We can know that Cassie’s restaurant ________.

Aserves meals for free

Bonly serves takeaways

Cis only open to her friends

Dis only open in the evening

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                                  B

    “I’ve always loved food,” says Cassie Dawson in the kitchen of her flat in London. “But I’ve become bored with eating out. I’ve had too many disappointing meals and paid too much money for them! At one point, fed up with my complaint, a friend suggested I open my own restaurant. Impossible, I thought. But then I heard about supper clubs...”

    Supper clubs are a mixture of a restaurant and a dinner party — you go to a stranger’s house and he/she cooks dinner for you. Like a restaurant, you pay for your food, but like a dinner party, you eat at the same table as other people. They are advertised through social-networking sites with a menu and little information about where the supper club is until just before the meal.

    “It’s like running a secret restaurant for one night,” says Cassie. “The next morning, I set the tables and chairs aside. I put the TV back and it’s my living room again.”

    Cassie opens her “restaurant” for people about once a month, and she really enjoys the evenings she’s had so far. She uses fresh, local ingredients and a typical meal costs about the same as a takeaway — much less than a restaurant meal. So how does she make money out of it?

    “I don’t,” says Cassie. “In fact, at first I was worried about losing money on my club. I’m good at cooking but my maths is terrible! But I was surprised by how cheaply I could make a good meal. This isn’t about money. It’s about a different eating experience.”

    And what about inviting complete strangers into her house? Was Cassie ever nervous about that?

    “Not at all,” she says. “Almost everyone at the supper club is just interested in having a good meal with other interesting people.”

How does Cassie feel about her restaurant now?

AWorried.

BContent.

CAnnoyed.

DSensitive.

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                                    C 

    Many people believe that language belongs to human beings. However, cats have developed a language not for each other, but for the human beings who have them as pets.

    When communicating with each other, cats “talk” with a system of signals. Their tails, rather than any kind of “speech”, act as an important way to express themselves. They also touch each other to express s their feelings. With other cats, they will use their voices only to express pain. Unbelievable, all of that changes when a human walks into the room. Cats use many different kinds of vocal (声音的) expressions when they communicate with a person. Since these vocal expressions are not used to communicate with other cats, it seems that cats developed this “language” to communicate with their human owners.

    This fact is shown more clearly when watching rooms that have only one cat and those with several cats. An only cat is usually very vocal, since the only creature(动物)around with whom the cat can communicate is its owner. Cats with other cats, though, are much quieter. If they want to have a conversation, they only need go to other cats and communicate in their natural way.

    Since cats learned to meow(喵喵叫)for the only purpose of communicating with human owners should take the time to learn what their different meows mean. If an owner knows, to name just a few examples, which meow means the cat is hungry, which means the cat wants to be petted, and which means the cat wants to have a little “conversation”, the relationship between cat and owner will be closer.

If a cat among other cats finds part of its body hurts, it may express its pain with its________.

Atail

Beyes

Cvoice

Dhead

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                                    C 

    Many people believe that language belongs to human beings. However, cats have developed a language not for each other, but for the human beings who have them as pets.

    When communicating with each other, cats “talk” with a system of signals. Their tails, rather than any kind of “speech”, act as an important way to express themselves. They also touch each other to express s their feelings. With other cats, they will use their voices only to express pain. Unbelievable, all of that changes when a human walks into the room. Cats use many different kinds of vocal (声音的) expressions when they communicate with a person. Since these vocal expressions are not used to communicate with other cats, it seems that cats developed this “language” to communicate with their human owners.

    This fact is shown more clearly when watching rooms that have only one cat and those with several cats. An only cat is usually very vocal, since the only creature(动物)around with whom the cat can communicate is its owner. Cats with other cats, though, are much quieter. If they want to have a conversation, they only need go to other cats and communicate in their natural way.

    Since cats learned to meow(喵喵叫)for the only purpose of communicating with human owners should take the time to learn what their different meows mean. If an owner knows, to name just a few examples, which meow means the cat is hungry, which means the cat wants to be petted, and which means the cat wants to have a little “conversation”, the relationship between cat and owner will be closer.

When a human enters a room full of cats, they________.

Abegin to use vocal expressions

Buse their tails to show love

Cstop making any noise an

Dstop communicating with each other

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                                    C 

    Many people believe that language belongs to human beings. However, cats have developed a language not for each other, but for the human beings who have them as pets.

    When communicating with each other, cats “talk” with a system of signals. Their tails, rather than any kind of “speech”, act as an important way to express themselves. They also touch each other to express s their feelings. With other cats, they will use their voices only to express pain. Unbelievable, all of that changes when a human walks into the room. Cats use many different kinds of vocal (声音的) expressions when they communicate with a person. Since these vocal expressions are not used to communicate with other cats, it seems that cats developed this “language” to communicate with their human owners.

    This fact is shown more clearly when watching rooms that have only one cat and those with several cats. An only cat is usually very vocal, since the only creature(动物)around with whom the cat can communicate is its owner. Cats with other cats, though, are much quieter. If they want to have a conversation, they only need go to other cats and communicate in their natural way.

    Since cats learned to meow(喵喵叫)for the only purpose of communicating with human owners should take the time to learn what their different meows mean. If an owner knows, to name just a few examples, which meow means the cat is hungry, which means the cat wants to be petted, and which means the cat wants to have a little “conversation”, the relationship between cat and owner will be closer.

What are cat owners advised to do?

AEncourage cats to talk with each other.

BCommunicate more with cats.

CLearn to meow in different ways.

DTeach cats to understand human language.

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                                    C 

    Many people believe that language belongs to human beings. However, cats have developed a language not for each other, but for the human beings who have them as pets.

    When communicating with each other, cats “talk” with a system of signals. Their tails, rather than any kind of “speech”, act as an important way to express themselves. They also touch each other to express s their feelings. With other cats, they will use their voices only to express pain. Unbelievable, all of that changes when a human walks into the room. Cats use many different kinds of vocal (声音的) expressions when they communicate with a person. Since these vocal expressions are not used to communicate with other cats, it seems that cats developed this “language” to communicate with their human owners.

    This fact is shown more clearly when watching rooms that have only one cat and those with several cats. An only cat is usually very vocal, since the only creature(动物)around with whom the cat can communicate is its owner. Cats with other cats, though, are much quieter. If they want to have a conversation, they only need go to other cats and communicate in their natural way.

    Since cats learned to meow(喵喵叫)for the only purpose of communicating with human owners should take the time to learn what their different meows mean. If an owner knows, to name just a few examples, which meow means the cat is hungry, which means the cat wants to be petted, and which means the cat wants to have a little “conversation”, the relationship between cat and owner will be closer.

What is the text mainly about?

ACommunication among cats

Bpets' different expressions.

CAdvice on keeping pets

DThe language of cats.

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                                    D

    How much weight a baby gains during its first month could determine its IQ, as a new research suggests. The study found that children who gain more weight, and whose heads grow quickly during the first month of life, tend to have a higher IQ when they start school.

    Researchers at the University of Adelaide, in Australia^ studied 13,800 children who were born at full-term. They found that those who put on 40% of their birth weight in the first four weeks had an IQ 1.5 points higher than those who only put on 15% of their birth weight. Those who experienced the biggest growth in head circumference (头围) also had the highest IQs by the age of six.

    “Head circumference is an indicator of brain volume, so a greater increase in head circumference in a newly-born baby suggests more rapid brain growth,” says the led author of the study, Dr. Lisa Smithers.

    She added, “Overall, newly-born children who grew faster in the first four weeks had higher IQ scores later in life. Those children who gained the most weight scored especially high on verbal (言语) IQ at age 6. This may be because the neural (神经的) structures for verbal IQ develop earlier in life, which means the rapid weight gain during the first month could be having a direct cognitive benefit for the children.”

    Previous studies have shown the association between early postnatal (产后的) diet and IQ, but this is the first study of its kind to focus on the IQ benefits of rapid weight gain in the first month of life. Dr. Smithers says the study further highlights the need for successful feeding of newly-born babies. “We know that many mothers have difficulty establishing breastfeeding in the first week of their babies’ life,” Dr. Smithers said.

    “The findings of our study suggest that if babies are having feeding problems, there needs to be early intervention (干预) in the management of that feeding.”

The study mainly shows that ________.

Ahead circumference is certainly connected to IQ.

Bbabies’ heads grow quickly during the first month.

Cfull-term babies tend to be cleverer than premature babies. (早产儿)

Dthe more weight newly-born babies gain, the higher IQ they are likely to have.

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                                    D

    How much weight a baby gains during its first month could determine its IQ, as a new research suggests. The study found that children who gain more weight, and whose heads grow quickly during the first month of life, tend to have a higher IQ when they start school.

    Researchers at the University of Adelaide, in Australia^ studied 13,800 children who were born at full-term. They found that those who put on 40% of their birth weight in the first four weeks had an IQ 1.5 points higher than those who only put on 15% of their birth weight. Those who experienced the biggest growth in head circumference (头围) also had the highest IQs by the age of six.

    “Head circumference is an indicator of brain volume, so a greater increase in head circumference in a newly-born baby suggests more rapid brain growth,” says the led author of the study, Dr. Lisa Smithers.

    She added, “Overall, newly-born children who grew faster in the first four weeks had higher IQ scores later in life. Those children who gained the most weight scored especially high on verbal (言语) IQ at age 6. This may be because the neural (神经的) structures for verbal IQ develop earlier in life, which means the rapid weight gain during the first month could be having a direct cognitive benefit for the children.”

    Previous studies have shown the association between early postnatal (产后的) diet and IQ, but this is the first study of its kind to focus on the IQ benefits of rapid weight gain in the first month of life. Dr. Smithers says the study further highlights the need for successful feeding of newly-born babies. “We know that many mothers have difficulty establishing breastfeeding in the first week of their babies’ life,” Dr. Smithers said.

    “The findings of our study suggest that if babies are having feeding problems, there needs to be early intervention (干预) in the management of that feeding.”

How did the researchers get their conclusion from the study?

ABy asking questions.

BBy making comparison.

CBy having a discussion.

DBy referring to documents.

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                                    D

    How much weight a baby gains during its first month could determine its IQ, as a new research suggests. The study found that children who gain more weight, and whose heads grow quickly during the first month of life, tend to have a higher IQ when they start school.

    Researchers at the University of Adelaide, in Australia^ studied 13,800 children who were born at full-term. They found that those who put on 40% of their birth weight in the first four weeks had an IQ 1.5 points higher than those who only put on 15% of their birth weight. Those who experienced the biggest growth in head circumference (头围) also had the highest IQs by the age of six.

    “Head circumference is an indicator of brain volume, so a greater increase in head circumference in a newly-born baby suggests more rapid brain growth,” says the led author of the study, Dr. Lisa Smithers.

    She added, “Overall, newly-born children who grew faster in the first four weeks had higher IQ scores later in life. Those children who gained the most weight scored especially high on verbal (言语) IQ at age 6. This may be because the neural (神经的) structures for verbal IQ develop earlier in life, which means the rapid weight gain during the first month could be having a direct cognitive benefit for the children.”

    Previous studies have shown the association between early postnatal (产后的) diet and IQ, but this is the first study of its kind to focus on the IQ benefits of rapid weight gain in the first month of life. Dr. Smithers says the study further highlights the need for successful feeding of newly-born babies. “We know that many mothers have difficulty establishing breastfeeding in the first week of their babies’ life,” Dr. Smithers said.

    “The findings of our study suggest that if babies are having feeding problems, there needs to be early intervention (干预) in the management of that feeding.”

According to Dr. Lisa Smithers, we can learn that ________.

Aa kid’s verbal IQ scores reach its highest at age six.

Bthis study helps parents find feeding problems.

Cquick weight gain benefits newly born babies on verbal IQ.

Dthis study reminds parents of the need for breastfeeding.

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                                    D

    How much weight a baby gains during its first month could determine its IQ, as a new research suggests. The study found that children who gain more weight, and whose heads grow quickly during the first month of life, tend to have a higher IQ when they start school.

    Researchers at the University of Adelaide, in Australia^ studied 13,800 children who were born at full-term. They found that those who put on 40% of their birth weight in the first four weeks had an IQ 1.5 points higher than those who only put on 15% of their birth weight. Those who experienced the biggest growth in head circumference (头围) also had the highest IQs by the age of six.

    “Head circumference is an indicator of brain volume, so a greater increase in head circumference in a newly-born baby suggests more rapid brain growth,” says the led author of the study, Dr. Lisa Smithers.

    She added, “Overall, newly-born children who grew faster in the first four weeks had higher IQ scores later in life. Those children who gained the most weight scored especially high on verbal (言语) IQ at age 6. This may be because the neural (神经的) structures for verbal IQ develop earlier in life, which means the rapid weight gain during the first month could be having a direct cognitive benefit for the children.”

    Previous studies have shown the association between early postnatal (产后的) diet and IQ, but this is the first study of its kind to focus on the IQ benefits of rapid weight gain in the first month of life. Dr. Smithers says the study further highlights the need for successful feeding of newly-born babies. “We know that many mothers have difficulty establishing breastfeeding in the first week of their babies’ life,” Dr. Smithers said.

    “The findings of our study suggest that if babies are having feeding problems, there needs to be early intervention (干预) in the management of that feeding.”

The study differs from previous ones that _________.

Ait associates early postnatal diet with IQ.

Bit pays attention to the IQ of newly-born babies.

Cit emphasizes the significance of successful feeding.

Dit first focuses on the relation between IQ and weight gain in the first month of life.

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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 阅读七选五(共5小题,每小题2分,满分10分)

    Many people find it hard to lose weight and have to go starvation. Now, I’d like to offer some tricks to help lose weight.

    Put out a large vegetable plate. Eating water-rich foods such as tomatoes during meals reduces calorie consumption. Other water-rich foods include soups and salads. 16. Because the body processes hunger and thirst through different systems, it simply doesn’t register a sense of fullness with water (or tea, coffee or juice).

    Downsize your dinner plates. The less food put in front of you, the less food you’ll eat. So instead of using standard dinner plates, serve your main course on salad plates.17 Instead of large glasses and coffee mugs, return to the old days of cups and even smaller coffee cups.

    Serve your dinner restaurant-style (with food already on the plates) rather than family-style (where the food is served in bowls on the table).18 There’s no reaching for seconds.

      19. You’re more likely to eat more---and eat more high-fat, high calorie foods—when you eat out than when you eat at home.

    Eat slowly and calmly.20 Vary your eating with stories of the interesting things that happened during your day. Your brain is behind your stomach by about 20 minutes when it comes to fullness signals. If you eat slowly enough, your brain will catch up and tell you that you no longer need food. Serving separate courses will also slow you down

    A. The same goes for liquids.

    B. Eat 90 percent of your meals at home.

    C. When your plate is empty, you’re finished.

    D. Put your fork or spoon down between every bite.

    E. Be sure to choose a high-fiber, low-sugar variety of food.

    F. You won’t get the same benefits by just drinking water, though

    G. You should eat equal amounts of vegetables and grains at dinner.

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第一节 完形填空(共20题,每小题1.5分,满分30分)

    When I was in my twenties, I travelled alone through the UK. In order to _21___ locations that the public transportation couldn’t get to, I bought a(n) __22__ car, drove it around for three months and sold it before I returned to Australia. The car cost most of my money, so I lived mainly on _23___during that trip, it being cheap and filling. In Ireland, my __24__ was stolen, and it was impossible to get another. So for the rest of the trip I _25___out in my car, being too poor to afford bed and breakfast.

    One morning, I __26__ in my old Skoda under a twisted tree on a remote lane in the Irish countryside, with no more than a _27___ house in sight. I had a terrible desire for a _28___ cup of tea and some hot water to make porridge with _29___ I would not have to eat the cold leftovers from the previous day.

    My thermos (暖瓶) had gone cold overnight so I knocked on the door of the house. A woman opened it. Hot water? She _30___ let me get away with just that! I was invited indoors, seated at the breakfast table with the __31__ and given a delicious breakfast, as much as I could eat. I was _32___ to eat something more than porridge! I __33__ being friends with the whole family.

    That was only one of many acts of _34___ strangers showed me when I was traveling alone in foreign regions. One London businessman rushing to work, seeing me _35___, offered to pull my ridiculously heavy suitcase _36___ several flights of stairs in the underground. After he’d done so, with a smile and a wave, he _37___ into the crowd.

    Kindness gets __38__. The other day, I was able to point out a rare parking spot to a young man who had been driving around the railway car park, looking _39___ desperate. His grateful smile was all the _40___ I needed as I dashed off to catch my train.

21.

    A.search

    B.reach

    C.choose

    D.arrive

22.

    A.modern

    B.intelligent

    C.ancient

    D.special

23.

    A.porridge

    B.bread

    C.rice

    D.vegetable

24.

    A.car

    B.mobile

    C.luggage

    D.wallet

25.

    A.camped

    B.worked

    C.watched

    D.looked

26.

    A.appeared

    B.slept

    C.awoke

    D.explored

27.

    A.deserted

    B.single

    C.simple

    D.shabby

28.

    A.typical

    B.clean

    C.necessary

    D.steaming

29.

    A.now that

    B.even if

    C.so that

    D.in case

30.

    A.wouldn’t

    B.shouldn’t

    C.needn’t

    D.couldn’t

31.

    A.couple

    B.family

    C.woman

    D.adult

32.

    A.amazed

    B.frustrated

    C.ashamed

    D.delighted

33.

    A.ended up

    B.gave up

    C.kept up

    D.turned up

34.

    A.sadness

    B.kindness

    C.happiness

    D.forgiveness

35.

    A.working

    B.travelling

    C.struggling

    D.crying

36.

    A.around

    B.forward

    C.away

    D.up

37.

    A.faded away

    B.threw away

    C.put away

    D.stand away

38.

    A.turned down

    B.handed out

    C.passed on

    D.started with

39.

    A.immediately

    B.increasingly

    C.constantly

    D.directly

40.

    A.award

    B.memory

    C.intention

    D.reward

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第二节(共10小题,每小题1.5分,满分15分)

    Be careful, doctor. I can stand anything 41 pain.” When returning from the hospital, I thought about what my previous patient said. Aren’t we all like that? We’ll do anything 42 (avoid) pain.

    We look for weight loss programmes 43 don’t require us to count calories or give up our favorite foods, and exercise programmes that won’t make us sweat toe much or feel 44 (tire). We avoid the strict teachers and the tough classes in school 45we don’t want to deal with the difficult tasks.

    When it comes right down to it, we don’t like the hard work 46 (require) to accomplish the goals we truly want in our lives. Why can’t we 47(nature) take the path that we know is best for us? Our earthly nature is to avoid the pain of diet, exercise, difficult classes, and hard work.

    Only if we change our nature, can we choose the tough, troublesome, and trying pathway. Because it is in 48 (face) the difficult choices that we will truly grow, and our being will be advanced once we decide to face the tough tasks.

    We 49 (give) a choice when we comes across cur earthly nature. We can overcome the problems that challenge us or we can enjoy 50 (we) by avoiding all difficulties in following our earthly nature. It’s our choice. My hope is that we’ll step forward in faith.

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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(∧),并在此符号下面写出该加的词。

    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。

Dear Bill,

    I’m glad to receive your letter. Thank you for your caring for the weather or my health. Now I’d like to tell you anything about the smog.

    Since last winter, the smog has been occurred a lot of times. It has done great harm to our daily life—a great number people got sick; many traffic accidents happened and quite lots of flights had to be put up. Luckily, people have realized the serious harm causing by the smog and the importance of protecting the environment. People all over the country are taking measure to reduce the smog. As for me, I will go to school by bike or on foot, and I wouldn’t throw the waste anywhere. Beside, I will tell people around to try their best to protect the environment. Would you like to tell me some other good ideas?

    Looking forward to receive your reply.

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第二节 书面表达(满分25分)

    假设你是李华,你的美国朋友Tom来邮件想了解茶在中国文化中的作用。请你给他回封邮件,内容包括:

    1.茶的历史悠久;

    2.茶与文学(唐代“茶圣”卢羽写了第一本关于茶的书《茶经》);

    3. 茶在生活中的作用。

    注意:1.词数100左右;

            2.可适当增加细节,以使行文连贯;

            参考词汇:《茶经》Cha Jing 圣人saint

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