• 英语 2018年高三河北省第二次模拟试题
单选题 本大题共15小题,每小题2分,共30分。在每小题给出的4个选项中,有且只有一项是符合题目要求。
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第一节:(共15小题;每小题2分,满分30分)

    阅读下列短文,从每小题所给的四个选项(A、B、C和D)中,选出最佳选项。

                                A

    Basic Study Manual Hardcover: $37.50

    Future success depends on the ability tolearn. Here are the answers to the questions most often asked by parents,teachers, business trainers and by students themselves. Read this book andlearn:

    ·What the three barriers to study are andwhat to do about them

    ·What to do if you get tired of the subjectyou are studying

    ·Twenty-six simple drills to help you learnhow to study easily, rapidly and with full understanding

       Buy and read Basic Study Manualand use it to dramatically improve your ability to study.

    Study Skills for Life  Hardcover: $31.99

    L.Ron Hubbard’s study technology for teenagersopens the door to their future success by giving them the ability to study andlearn, fully illustrated for easy comprehension.

    Learning How to Learn  Hardcover: $24.99

    The basics of effective study for 8 to12-year-olds is fully illustrated. Children who read and apply the materials inthis book regain their liking for study and their ability to apply thisknowledge to life. Get this book for a child you want to see win at his studies!  

    How to Use a Dictionary Picture Bookfor Children Hardcover: $34.90

    In spite of millions of dollars spent on“educational research”, children are not taught the most basic skills oflearning even the most basic of these: how to use a dictionary. In fact, asearch of educational books for children found no book that told them how touse a dictionary. Written for children 8 to 12-year-olds, this fullyillustrated book will teach your children:

    ·How to find words in a dictionary

    ·The different ways that words are used

    ·What the different marks and symbols thatare used in a dictionary mean

    ·How to use a dictionary to correctlypronounce words

    It includes a section for parents andteachers showing you how to use this book with children. Buy this book and giveit to your children to unlock their education. What’s more, you’ll just pay 50%for it before May 1, 2015.

Some information of the four books was given in order to_____.

Areduce the cost of them

Bappeal to readers of all ages

Chelp readers understand them

Dmake them suitable for different readers

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                                A

    Basic Study Manual Hardcover: $37.50

    Future success depends on the ability tolearn. Here are the answers to the questions most often asked by parents,teachers, business trainers and by students themselves. Read this book andlearn:

    ·What the three barriers to study are andwhat to do about them

    ·What to do if you get tired of the subjectyou are studying

    ·Twenty-six simple drills to help you learnhow to study easily, rapidly and with full understanding

       Buy and read Basic Study Manualand use it to dramatically improve your ability to study.

    Study Skills for Life  Hardcover: $31.99

    L.Ron Hubbard’s study technology for teenagersopens the door to their future success by giving them the ability to study andlearn, fully illustrated for easy comprehension.

    Learning How to Learn  Hardcover: $24.99

    The basics of effective study for 8 to12-year-olds is fully illustrated. Children who read and apply the materials inthis book regain their liking for study and their ability to apply thisknowledge to life. Get this book for a child you want to see win at his studies!  

    How to Use a Dictionary Picture Bookfor Children Hardcover: $34.90

    In spite of millions of dollars spent on“educational research”, children are not taught the most basic skills oflearning even the most basic of these: how to use a dictionary. In fact, asearch of educational books for children found no book that told them how touse a dictionary. Written for children 8 to 12-year-olds, this fullyillustrated book will teach your children:

    ·How to find words in a dictionary

    ·The different ways that words are used

    ·What the different marks and symbols thatare used in a dictionary mean

    ·How to use a dictionary to correctlypronounce words

    It includes a section for parents andteachers showing you how to use this book with children. Buy this book and giveit to your children to unlock their education. What’s more, you’ll just pay 50%for it before May 1, 2015.

What do the four books have in common?

AThey are all for 8- to 12-year-olds.

BThey are all written by L. Ron Hubbard.

CThey are all study books.

DThey are all based on educational research.

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                                A

    Basic Study Manual Hardcover: $37.50

    Future success depends on the ability tolearn. Here are the answers to the questions most often asked by parents,teachers, business trainers and by students themselves. Read this book andlearn:

    ·What the three barriers to study are andwhat to do about them

    ·What to do if you get tired of the subjectyou are studying

    ·Twenty-six simple drills to help you learnhow to study easily, rapidly and with full understanding

       Buy and read Basic Study Manualand use it to dramatically improve your ability to study.

    Study Skills for Life  Hardcover: $31.99

    L.Ron Hubbard’s study technology for teenagersopens the door to their future success by giving them the ability to study andlearn, fully illustrated for easy comprehension.

    Learning How to Learn  Hardcover: $24.99

    The basics of effective study for 8 to12-year-olds is fully illustrated. Children who read and apply the materials inthis book regain their liking for study and their ability to apply thisknowledge to life. Get this book for a child you want to see win at his studies!  

    How to Use a Dictionary Picture Bookfor Children Hardcover: $34.90

    In spite of millions of dollars spent on“educational research”, children are not taught the most basic skills oflearning even the most basic of these: how to use a dictionary. In fact, asearch of educational books for children found no book that told them how touse a dictionary. Written for children 8 to 12-year-olds, this fullyillustrated book will teach your children:

    ·How to find words in a dictionary

    ·The different ways that words are used

    ·What the different marks and symbols thatare used in a dictionary mean

    ·How to use a dictionary to correctlypronounce words

    It includes a section for parents andteachers showing you how to use this book with children. Buy this book and giveit to your children to unlock their education. What’s more, you’ll just pay 50%for it before May 1, 2015.

If you buy the four books on April 1, 2015, you will have to pay _____ for them.

A$ 129.38

B$ 64.69

C$ 34.90

D$ 111.93

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                                B

    Recently I spoke to some of my students about what they wanted to do afterthey graduated, and what kind of job prospects they thought they had.

     One day I taught students who weretraining to be doctors, I was surprised to find that most thought that theywould not be able to get the jobs they wanted without “outside help”. “Whatkind of help is that?” I asked, expecting them to tell me that they would needa relative or family friend to help them out.

    “Surgery (外科手术) ”,one replied. I was pretty alarmed by that response. It seems that thegraduates of today are increasingly willing to go under the knife to get aheadof others when it comes to getting a job. One girl told me that she wasconsidering surgery to increase her height. “They break your legs, put inspecial extending screws, and slowly expand the gap between the two ends of thebone as it regrows, you can get at least 5 Cm taller!”

    At that point, I was shocked. I am short, Ican’t deny that, but I don’t think I would put myself through months of agony (痛苦)just to be a few centimeters taller. I don’t even bother to wear shoeswith thick soles, as I’m not trying to hide the fact that I am just not tall!

    It seems to me that there is a trend towardwanting “perfection”,and that is an ideal thatjust does not exist in reality.

    No one is born perfect, yet magazines, TVshows and movies present images of thin, tall, beautiful people as being thenorm(标准). Advertisements forslimming aids, beauty treatments and cosmetic surgery clinics fill the pages ofnewspapers, further creating an idea that “perfection” is a requirement, andthat it must be purchased, no matter what the cost. In my opinion, skills,rather than appearance, should determine how successful a person is in hischosen career.

We can know from the passage that the author works as    __.

Aa model

Ba teacher

Ca doctor

Da reporter

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                                B

    Recently I spoke to some of my students about what they wanted to do afterthey graduated, and what kind of job prospects they thought they had.

     One day I taught students who weretraining to be doctors, I was surprised to find that most thought that theywould not be able to get the jobs they wanted without “outside help”. “Whatkind of help is that?” I asked, expecting them to tell me that they would needa relative or family friend to help them out.

    “Surgery (外科手术) ”,one replied. I was pretty alarmed by that response. It seems that thegraduates of today are increasingly willing to go under the knife to get aheadof others when it comes to getting a job. One girl told me that she wasconsidering surgery to increase her height. “They break your legs, put inspecial extending screws, and slowly expand the gap between the two ends of thebone as it regrows, you can get at least 5 Cm taller!”

    At that point, I was shocked. I am short, Ican’t deny that, but I don’t think I would put myself through months of agony (痛苦)just to be a few centimeters taller. I don’t even bother to wear shoeswith thick soles, as I’m not trying to hide the fact that I am just not tall!

    It seems to me that there is a trend towardwanting “perfection”,and that is an ideal thatjust does not exist in reality.

    No one is born perfect, yet magazines, TVshows and movies present images of thin, tall, beautiful people as being thenorm(标准). Advertisements forslimming aids, beauty treatments and cosmetic surgery clinics fill the pages ofnewspapers, further creating an idea that “perfection” is a requirement, andthat it must be purchased, no matter what the cost. In my opinion, skills,rather than appearance, should determine how successful a person is in hischosen career.

Many graduates today turn to cosmetic surgery to     ___.

Amarry a better man/woman

Battract more admirers

Cget an advantage over others in job-hunt

Dbecome a model

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                                B

    Recently I spoke to some of my students about what they wanted to do afterthey graduated, and what kind of job prospects they thought they had.

     One day I taught students who weretraining to be doctors, I was surprised to find that most thought that theywould not be able to get the jobs they wanted without “outside help”. “Whatkind of help is that?” I asked, expecting them to tell me that they would needa relative or family friend to help them out.

    “Surgery (外科手术) ”,one replied. I was pretty alarmed by that response. It seems that thegraduates of today are increasingly willing to go under the knife to get aheadof others when it comes to getting a job. One girl told me that she wasconsidering surgery to increase her height. “They break your legs, put inspecial extending screws, and slowly expand the gap between the two ends of thebone as it regrows, you can get at least 5 Cm taller!”

    At that point, I was shocked. I am short, Ican’t deny that, but I don’t think I would put myself through months of agony (痛苦)just to be a few centimeters taller. I don’t even bother to wear shoeswith thick soles, as I’m not trying to hide the fact that I am just not tall!

    It seems to me that there is a trend towardwanting “perfection”,and that is an ideal thatjust does not exist in reality.

    No one is born perfect, yet magazines, TVshows and movies present images of thin, tall, beautiful people as being thenorm(标准). Advertisements forslimming aids, beauty treatments and cosmetic surgery clinics fill the pages ofnewspapers, further creating an idea that “perfection” is a requirement, andthat it must be purchased, no matter what the cost. In my opinion, skills,rather than appearance, should determine how successful a person is in hischosen career.

According to the passage, the author believes that      __.

Aeveryone should purchase perfection, whatever the cost

Bit’s right for graduates to ask for others to help them out in hunting for jobs

Cmedia are to blame for misleading young people in their seeking for surgery

Dit is one’s appearance instead of skills that really matters in one’s career

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                                B

    Recently I spoke to some of my students about what they wanted to do afterthey graduated, and what kind of job prospects they thought they had.

     One day I taught students who weretraining to be doctors, I was surprised to find that most thought that theywould not be able to get the jobs they wanted without “outside help”. “Whatkind of help is that?” I asked, expecting them to tell me that they would needa relative or family friend to help them out.

    “Surgery (外科手术) ”,one replied. I was pretty alarmed by that response. It seems that thegraduates of today are increasingly willing to go under the knife to get aheadof others when it comes to getting a job. One girl told me that she wasconsidering surgery to increase her height. “They break your legs, put inspecial extending screws, and slowly expand the gap between the two ends of thebone as it regrows, you can get at least 5 Cm taller!”

    At that point, I was shocked. I am short, Ican’t deny that, but I don’t think I would put myself through months of agony (痛苦)just to be a few centimeters taller. I don’t even bother to wear shoeswith thick soles, as I’m not trying to hide the fact that I am just not tall!

    It seems to me that there is a trend towardwanting “perfection”,and that is an ideal thatjust does not exist in reality.

    No one is born perfect, yet magazines, TVshows and movies present images of thin, tall, beautiful people as being thenorm(标准). Advertisements forslimming aids, beauty treatments and cosmetic surgery clinics fill the pages ofnewspapers, further creating an idea that “perfection” is a requirement, andthat it must be purchased, no matter what the cost. In my opinion, skills,rather than appearance, should determine how successful a person is in hischosen career.

What does the author think of his height?

AHe just accepts it as it is

BHe tries to increase his height through surgery

CHe always wears shoes with thick soles to hide the fact.

DHe hates to be called a short man.

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                                C

    From fast foodcooks to doormen at restaurants and hotels, robots are slowly entering theworkforce in nearly every industry. Most recently, the world welcomed its firstoperational robot policeman.

    “Robocop”, thenewest member of the Dubai police force, made the first public appearance onSunday at the Fourth Gulf Information Security Expo and Conference, where itgreeted guests. At about 70 inches tall and weighing nearly 220 pounds, Robocopseeks to engage with residents and tourists. Featuring an “emotion detector(探测器)”, the robot can recognize a person’sgestures and body language from about 5 feet away.

    Robocop’s skillsdon’t stop there—the emotionally intelligent robot can detect if a person ishappy, sad and even angry by studying his or her facial expression. And justlike your human friends would do, if Robocop sees you’re unhappy, it will tryto lift your spirits. More importantly, when it comes to fighting crime, therobot uses the Internet, artificial intelligence and other smart technologiesto spot offenders using facial recognition. Its navigation(导航)skills grant it the ability to map outareas and travel on its own. Equipped with a built-in tablet, Robocop cancommunicate with people, speak six languages, respond to public inquiries,shake hands and even make military salutes.

    “With the aim toassist people on the streets,” said Brigadier-General Khalid Nasser A1Razzouqi, director-general of smart services at Dubai Police, “the Robocop isthe latest smart addition to the force and has been designed to help us fightcrime recently, keep the city safe and improve happiness levels.”

According to the text, Robocop can      .

Ause body language

Bmake people happy

Ccook fast food

Dask questions in public

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                                C

    From fast foodcooks to doormen at restaurants and hotels, robots are slowly entering theworkforce in nearly every industry. Most recently, the world welcomed its firstoperational robot policeman.

    “Robocop”, thenewest member of the Dubai police force, made the first public appearance onSunday at the Fourth Gulf Information Security Expo and Conference, where itgreeted guests. At about 70 inches tall and weighing nearly 220 pounds, Robocopseeks to engage with residents and tourists. Featuring an “emotion detector(探测器)”, the robot can recognize a person’sgestures and body language from about 5 feet away.

    Robocop’s skillsdon’t stop there—the emotionally intelligent robot can detect if a person ishappy, sad and even angry by studying his or her facial expression. And justlike your human friends would do, if Robocop sees you’re unhappy, it will tryto lift your spirits. More importantly, when it comes to fighting crime, therobot uses the Internet, artificial intelligence and other smart technologiesto spot offenders using facial recognition. Its navigation(导航)skills grant it the ability to map outareas and travel on its own. Equipped with a built-in tablet, Robocop cancommunicate with people, speak six languages, respond to public inquiries,shake hands and even make military salutes.

    “With the aim toassist people on the streets,” said Brigadier-General Khalid Nasser A1Razzouqi, director-general of smart services at Dubai Police, “the Robocop isthe latest smart addition to the force and has been designed to help us fightcrime recently, keep the city safe and improve happiness levels.”

What is the key part when Robocop makes a traveling route?

AIts navigation skills.

BIts built-in tablet.

CIts emotion detector.

DIts own ability to travel.

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                                C

    From fast foodcooks to doormen at restaurants and hotels, robots are slowly entering theworkforce in nearly every industry. Most recently, the world welcomed its firstoperational robot policeman.

    “Robocop”, thenewest member of the Dubai police force, made the first public appearance onSunday at the Fourth Gulf Information Security Expo and Conference, where itgreeted guests. At about 70 inches tall and weighing nearly 220 pounds, Robocopseeks to engage with residents and tourists. Featuring an “emotion detector(探测器)”, the robot can recognize a person’sgestures and body language from about 5 feet away.

    Robocop’s skillsdon’t stop there—the emotionally intelligent robot can detect if a person ishappy, sad and even angry by studying his or her facial expression. And justlike your human friends would do, if Robocop sees you’re unhappy, it will tryto lift your spirits. More importantly, when it comes to fighting crime, therobot uses the Internet, artificial intelligence and other smart technologiesto spot offenders using facial recognition. Its navigation(导航)skills grant it the ability to map outareas and travel on its own. Equipped with a built-in tablet, Robocop cancommunicate with people, speak six languages, respond to public inquiries,shake hands and even make military salutes.

    “With the aim toassist people on the streets,” said Brigadier-General Khalid Nasser A1Razzouqi, director-general of smart services at Dubai Police, “the Robocop isthe latest smart addition to the force and has been designed to help us fightcrime recently, keep the city safe and improve happiness levels.”

Robocop is designed with the original intention of      .

Afighting crime

Bacting as a doorman

Chelping people on the streets

Dcommunicating with people

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                                C

    From fast foodcooks to doormen at restaurants and hotels, robots are slowly entering theworkforce in nearly every industry. Most recently, the world welcomed its firstoperational robot policeman.

    “Robocop”, thenewest member of the Dubai police force, made the first public appearance onSunday at the Fourth Gulf Information Security Expo and Conference, where itgreeted guests. At about 70 inches tall and weighing nearly 220 pounds, Robocopseeks to engage with residents and tourists. Featuring an “emotion detector(探测器)”, the robot can recognize a person’sgestures and body language from about 5 feet away.

    Robocop’s skillsdon’t stop there—the emotionally intelligent robot can detect if a person ishappy, sad and even angry by studying his or her facial expression. And justlike your human friends would do, if Robocop sees you’re unhappy, it will tryto lift your spirits. More importantly, when it comes to fighting crime, therobot uses the Internet, artificial intelligence and other smart technologiesto spot offenders using facial recognition. Its navigation(导航)skills grant it the ability to map outareas and travel on its own. Equipped with a built-in tablet, Robocop cancommunicate with people, speak six languages, respond to public inquiries,shake hands and even make military salutes.

    “With the aim toassist people on the streets,” said Brigadier-General Khalid Nasser A1Razzouqi, director-general of smart services at Dubai Police, “the Robocop isthe latest smart addition to the force and has been designed to help us fightcrime recently, keep the city safe and improve happiness levels.”

What can be the best title for the text?

ARobocop has drawn great public attention

BRobocop is playing the role as a policeman

CRobocop will help you anytime and anywhere

DRobocop is on the way to replacing the police official

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                                D

    Everywhere I look outside my home I see people busy on theirhigh-tech devices, while driving, walking, shopping, even sitting in toilets.People have been influenced to become technology addicted. One study found thatpeople had a harder time resisting the allure of social media than theydid for sleep, cigarettes and alcohol.

    The main goal of technology companies is toget people to spend more money and time on their products, not to actuallyimprove our quality of life. They have successfully created a cultural disease.Consumers willingly give up their freedom, money and time to catch up on thelatest information, to keep pace with their peers or to appear modern.

    I see people trapped in a pathological(病态的)relationship with time-sucking technology, where they servetechnology more than technology serves them. I call this technology servitude.I am referring to a loss of personal freedom and independence because ofuncontrolled consumption of many kinds of devices that eat up time and money.

    What is a healthy use of technologydevices? That is the vital question. Who is really in charge of my life? Thatis what people need to ask themselves if we are to have any chance of breakingup false beliefs about their use of technology. When we can live happilywithout using so much technology for a day or a week, then we can regaincontrol and personal freedom, become the master of technology and discover whatthere is to enjoy in life free of technology. MaeWest is famous for proclaiming(声明) the wisdom that “too much of a good thing is wonderful.”  But it’s time to discover that it does notwork for technology.

    Richard Fernandez, an executive coach at Google acknowledged that“we can be swept away by our technologies.” To break the grand digital connection, people must consider how lifelong ago could be fantastic without today’s overused technology.

The underlined word “allure” in Paragraph 1 probably means ______.

Aadvantage

Battraction

Cadaption

Dattempt

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                                D

    Everywhere I look outside my home I see people busy on theirhigh-tech devices, while driving, walking, shopping, even sitting in toilets.People have been influenced to become technology addicted. One study found thatpeople had a harder time resisting the allure of social media than theydid for sleep, cigarettes and alcohol.

    The main goal of technology companies is toget people to spend more money and time on their products, not to actuallyimprove our quality of life. They have successfully created a cultural disease.Consumers willingly give up their freedom, money and time to catch up on thelatest information, to keep pace with their peers or to appear modern.

    I see people trapped in a pathological(病态的)relationship with time-sucking technology, where they servetechnology more than technology serves them. I call this technology servitude.I am referring to a loss of personal freedom and independence because ofuncontrolled consumption of many kinds of devices that eat up time and money.

    What is a healthy use of technologydevices? That is the vital question. Who is really in charge of my life? Thatis what people need to ask themselves if we are to have any chance of breakingup false beliefs about their use of technology. When we can live happilywithout using so much technology for a day or a week, then we can regaincontrol and personal freedom, become the master of technology and discover whatthere is to enjoy in life free of technology. MaeWest is famous for proclaiming(声明) the wisdom that “too much of a good thing is wonderful.”  But it’s time to discover that it does notwork for technology.

    Richard Fernandez, an executive coach at Google acknowledged that“we can be swept away by our technologies.” To break the grand digital connection, people must consider how lifelong ago could be fantastic without today’s overused technology.

From the passage, technology companies aim to ______.

Aattract people to buy their products

Bprovide the latest information

Cimprove people’s quality of life

Ddeal with cultural diseases

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                                D

    Everywhere I look outside my home I see people busy on theirhigh-tech devices, while driving, walking, shopping, even sitting in toilets.People have been influenced to become technology addicted. One study found thatpeople had a harder time resisting the allure of social media than theydid for sleep, cigarettes and alcohol.

    The main goal of technology companies is toget people to spend more money and time on their products, not to actuallyimprove our quality of life. They have successfully created a cultural disease.Consumers willingly give up their freedom, money and time to catch up on thelatest information, to keep pace with their peers or to appear modern.

    I see people trapped in a pathological(病态的)relationship with time-sucking technology, where they servetechnology more than technology serves them. I call this technology servitude.I am referring to a loss of personal freedom and independence because ofuncontrolled consumption of many kinds of devices that eat up time and money.

    What is a healthy use of technologydevices? That is the vital question. Who is really in charge of my life? Thatis what people need to ask themselves if we are to have any chance of breakingup false beliefs about their use of technology. When we can live happilywithout using so much technology for a day or a week, then we can regaincontrol and personal freedom, become the master of technology and discover whatthere is to enjoy in life free of technology. MaeWest is famous for proclaiming(声明) the wisdom that “too much of a good thing is wonderful.”  But it’s time to discover that it does notwork for technology.

    Richard Fernandez, an executive coach at Google acknowledged that“we can be swept away by our technologies.” To break the grand digital connection, people must consider how lifelong ago could be fantastic without today’s overused technology.

It can be inferred from this passage that people ______.

Aconsider too much technology wonderful

Bhave realized the harm of high-tech devices

Ccan regain freedom without high-tech devices

Dmay enjoy life better without overused technology

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                                D

    Everywhere I look outside my home I see people busy on theirhigh-tech devices, while driving, walking, shopping, even sitting in toilets.People have been influenced to become technology addicted. One study found thatpeople had a harder time resisting the allure of social media than theydid for sleep, cigarettes and alcohol.

    The main goal of technology companies is toget people to spend more money and time on their products, not to actuallyimprove our quality of life. They have successfully created a cultural disease.Consumers willingly give up their freedom, money and time to catch up on thelatest information, to keep pace with their peers or to appear modern.

    I see people trapped in a pathological(病态的)relationship with time-sucking technology, where they servetechnology more than technology serves them. I call this technology servitude.I am referring to a loss of personal freedom and independence because ofuncontrolled consumption of many kinds of devices that eat up time and money.

    What is a healthy use of technologydevices? That is the vital question. Who is really in charge of my life? Thatis what people need to ask themselves if we are to have any chance of breakingup false beliefs about their use of technology. When we can live happilywithout using so much technology for a day or a week, then we can regaincontrol and personal freedom, become the master of technology and discover whatthere is to enjoy in life free of technology. MaeWest is famous for proclaiming(声明) the wisdom that “too much of a good thing is wonderful.”  But it’s time to discover that it does notwork for technology.

    Richard Fernandez, an executive coach at Google acknowledged that“we can be swept away by our technologies.” To break the grand digital connection, people must consider how lifelong ago could be fantastic without today’s overused technology.

What’s the author’s attitude towards the overusing of high-tech devices?

ANeutral.

BSkeptical.

CDisapproving.

DSympathetic.

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填空题 本大题共5小题,每小题10分,共50分。把答案填写在题中横线上。
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第二节(共5小题;每小题2分,满分10分)

    根据短文内容,从短文后的选项中选出能填入空白处的最佳选项。并在答题卡上将该项涂黑。选项中有两项为多余选项。

    Effective time management is the primary means to a less stressfullife. High school, especially during your senior year, can be frustrating(令人沮丧). This is the time of your life when you are preparing yourselffor college and the real world.    36 

    Plan each day.

    Planning your day can help you accomplish more and feel more incontrol of your life. Write a to-do list, putting the most important tasks atthe top.   37  

    Prioritize (按重要性排列) your weekly schedule as a student.

    Prioritizing tasks will ensure that you spend your time and energyon those that are truly important to you.  38   Friends will want to hangout with you on the weekends, but they will understand if you explain to themthat you need to study or catch up on college-related work..

       39 

    Keep a diary of everything you do for three days to determine howyou are spending your time. Look for time that can be used more wisely. Forexample, if you take a bus to school, you can use the time to catch up onreading. Thus, you can free up some time to exercise or spend with your familyor friends.

    Get plenty of sleep, eat a healthy diet and exercise regularly.

       40  Itwill help improve your efficiency so that you can complete your work in lesstime.

    A. Ahealthy lifestyle can improve your focus and concentration.

    B. Howdo you manage your time doing all your activities without being overlystressed?

    C.Take a break before you need one.

    D. Anyacademic studies must come first, then extra curriculum activities, and thensocial life.

    E.Evaluate how you’re spending your time.

    F. Youneed to try every possible means to save time.

    G. Every dailyactivity should be considered seriously.

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第一节  完形填空(共20小题;每小题1分,满分20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。

    My uncle was a quiet, cheerful man. He was __41__ about fishing, and it was one of our young life to __42__ him on his trip to the country brook.(小河) We were quite willing to work hard in the cornfield to finish the __43__ day’s labor in season for an afternoon leisurely walk through the woods and along the brook side.

    I well remember my first fishing trip. I have __44__ been happier than when I received that first fishing pole from my uncle’s hand. It was a __45__, sweet day of early summer; the long afternoon shadows of the trees lay cool across our path. My uncle, who knew by long experience where the best place that pickerel(梭子鱼)frequently visited, __46__ placed me at the most favorable point. I throw out my line as I had seen others, and waited __47__ for a bite. Nothing came of it. “Try again.” said my uncle. Suddenly the bait(鱼饵)__48__ out of sight. Thinking “a fish __49__”, I made a strong pull. Unfortunately I brought up a tangle of weeds. Again and again, I cast out my line with __50__ arms, and drew it back empty. Feeling __51__, I looked at my uncle. “Try once more,” he said, “we fishermen must have patience.”

    Suddenly something tugged(拖拽) my line. “Uncle!” I cried, looking back in uncontrollable __52__, “I’ve got a fish!” “Not __53__,” said my uncle. As he spoke, the scared fish __54__ into the middle of the stream. I had lost my prize. Therefore, overcome with bitter disappointment, I sat down in silence. My uncle refitted my bait, and told me to try my __55__ once more.

    “But remember, boy,” he said, with his wise smile, “ Never __56__ of catching a fish __57__ he is on the dry ground. Similarly, it is no use bragging(吹牛) of anything until it’s done, nor then, __58__,.”

    Whenever I hear people boasting of something, I always remember the __59__ by the brook side and the __60__ caution of my uncle: “NEVER BOAST OF YOUR FISH BEFORE YOU CATCH HIM.”

41.

    A. crazy            

    B. content             

    C. upset               

    D.happy

42.

    A. go                  

    B. admire                

    C. trick                

    D.accompany

43.

    A. necessary         

    B. extra               

    C. ordinary            

    D.extraordinary

44.

    A. even             

    B. ever               

    C. never             

    D. always

45.

    A. cold            

    B. heated             

    C. noisy              

    D. still

46.

    A. clumsily         

    B. nervously           

    C. closely             

    D.considerately

47.

    A. carefully         

    B. leisurely            

    C. patiently           

    D.anxiously

48.

    A. rose             

    B. came               

    C. sank               

    D.lost

49.

    A. above all         

    B.at last               

    C. in all                

    D. at least

50.

    A. tiring           

    B. rising              

    C. aching              

    D.falling

51.

    A. worried          

    B. concerned           

    C. pleased               

    D. puzzled

52.

    A. excitement        

    B. disappointment       

    C. surprise            

    D. satisfaction

53.

    A. still             

    B. even               

    C. yet                

    D. ever

54.

    A. shot             

    B. wandered            

    C. went               

    D.walked

55.

    A. hand            

    B. pole                

    C. luck                

    D.chance

56.

    A. boast            

    B. pride               

    C. proud               

    D.show

57.

    A. unless           

    B. until               

    C. while              

    D. when

58.

    A. too             

    B. also                

    C. either               

    D.as well

59.

    A. scenery          

    B. view               

    C. scene              

    D. sight

60. 

    A. curious         

    B.generous            

    C. willing         

    D. wise

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第一节 (共10小题,每小题1.5分,满分15分)

    阅读下面材料,在空白处填入适当的内容(1个单词)或括号内单词的正确形式。

    In the English Reading Week, one of my classmates recommended a quote to us, __61__ goes like this; "Your future depends on many things,  62   mostly on you." I can't agree  63   (much) with this view. It's true that our future   64    (determine) by many things, such as opportunities and help from others, but our own attitude, determination  65   hard work play a more important role. In   66   words, we are the master of our own future.

    Take Abraham Lincoln, for example. He was born in a poor family, and only received a   67     (limit) education in his childhood. Yet through his painstaking efforts, he changed not only his own fate but also the history of America.   68     to this day, Lincoln is ___69____(regard) as one of the most inspiring figures in the world.  70   , I firmly believe that our future is in our own hands.

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第一节 短文改错(共10处错误;满分10分)

    文中共有10处错误,每处错误仅涉及一个单词的增加、删除或修改。

    增加:在缺词处加一个漏字符号(^),并在其下面写出该加的词。

    删除:把多余的词用斜钱(\)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。

    Most of us accept the fact which our parents are our first teachers. Some of our earliest memories are from our families offering guidance and support. As we grow in both age or intelligence, our parents teach us more about the society. There has a time when we young people believe that our parents should stop offering their advices and stop acting as teachers. We may start to think that we know much about the world than our parents. Perhaps we believe their opinions and ideas were out of date. We are now standing at the top of a great pyramid, wait to take turns to lead society in this century. Besides, we should remember our parents represent the foundation of that great pyramid. Without a strong foundation, nothing can built.

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第二节  书面表达(满分25分)

    你校将要举行一次主题为“How to Communicate With Our Parents”的英语演讲比赛,请你用英语写一篇演讲稿。要点如下:

    1尊重并信任父母;

    2常与大人聊天;

    3换位思考问题。

注意:1词数100左右;

            2可以适当增加细节,以使行文连贯。

参考词汇:换位思考put oneself in one’s shoes

      How to Communicate With Our Parents

                                                                                        

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