• 英语 2018年高三湖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,从每题所给的四个选项(A、B、C和D)中选出最佳选项。

                                A

    You may haveknown YouTube quite well. This website is pretty famous for video viewing andsharing on the Internet. Apart from YouTube, there are other websites that alsohave a large video library.

    Vimeo

    One of the mostpopular websites to upload and show videos is Vimeo. You can trust the privacyof these videos as Vimeo gives you the freedom to decide who views the videos.You can connect to people by following them and receive updates from themalongside sending messages to them. The Vimeo Video School will help yousharpen your video skills by taking their video tutorials.

    Videojug

    From food anddrink to technology and cars, Videojug has a huge video library with 60,000+“how to” videos and guides. They have experts on each topic who carefullyexamine every video, and it is only after this check that the videos arepublished. If you like any video and want to use it in your blog, you can usetheir embed code (嵌入代码) for the same.

    Veoh

    If you want towatch movies online for free, then you must log on to Veoh. You can watch fullepisodes (集) of your favorite television shows, even on your iPod touch,iPhone, or iPad. They also offer a software application, Veoh Web Player, wherefull-length videos can be viewed. Before a user may share a video through Veoh,he must register.

    SchoolTube

    This website iscompletely devoted to educational videos. All the content is monitored byteachers before uploading. Thousands of school kids are users of this site, whoupload about 1,000 videos a day. Whenever a student wants to upload a video, ateacher from the same school has to first approve of it before uploading thesame.

What can we do on Vimeo?

ATeach other people video skills.

BGain much knowledge on privacy.

CSubscribe to other people’s videos.

DWatch many “how to” videos and guides.

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                                A

    You may haveknown YouTube quite well. This website is pretty famous for video viewing andsharing on the Internet. Apart from YouTube, there are other websites that alsohave a large video library.

    Vimeo

    One of the mostpopular websites to upload and show videos is Vimeo. You can trust the privacyof these videos as Vimeo gives you the freedom to decide who views the videos.You can connect to people by following them and receive updates from themalongside sending messages to them. The Vimeo Video School will help yousharpen your video skills by taking their video tutorials.

    Videojug

    From food anddrink to technology and cars, Videojug has a huge video library with 60,000+“how to” videos and guides. They have experts on each topic who carefullyexamine every video, and it is only after this check that the videos arepublished. If you like any video and want to use it in your blog, you can usetheir embed code (嵌入代码) for the same.

    Veoh

    If you want towatch movies online for free, then you must log on to Veoh. You can watch fullepisodes (集) of your favorite television shows, even on your iPod touch,iPhone, or iPad. They also offer a software application, Veoh Web Player, wherefull-length videos can be viewed. Before a user may share a video through Veoh,he must register.

    SchoolTube

    This website iscompletely devoted to educational videos. All the content is monitored byteachers before uploading. Thousands of school kids are users of this site, whoupload about 1,000 videos a day. Whenever a student wants to upload a video, ateacher from the same school has to first approve of it before uploading thesame.

Which website should you visit if you want to learn how to build a car model?

ASchoolTube.

BVideojug.

CVimeo.

DVeoh.

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                                A

    You may haveknown YouTube quite well. This website is pretty famous for video viewing andsharing on the Internet. Apart from YouTube, there are other websites that alsohave a large video library.

    Vimeo

    One of the mostpopular websites to upload and show videos is Vimeo. You can trust the privacyof these videos as Vimeo gives you the freedom to decide who views the videos.You can connect to people by following them and receive updates from themalongside sending messages to them. The Vimeo Video School will help yousharpen your video skills by taking their video tutorials.

    Videojug

    From food anddrink to technology and cars, Videojug has a huge video library with 60,000+“how to” videos and guides. They have experts on each topic who carefullyexamine every video, and it is only after this check that the videos arepublished. If you like any video and want to use it in your blog, you can usetheir embed code (嵌入代码) for the same.

    Veoh

    If you want towatch movies online for free, then you must log on to Veoh. You can watch fullepisodes (集) of your favorite television shows, even on your iPod touch,iPhone, or iPad. They also offer a software application, Veoh Web Player, wherefull-length videos can be viewed. Before a user may share a video through Veoh,he must register.

    SchoolTube

    This website iscompletely devoted to educational videos. All the content is monitored byteachers before uploading. Thousands of school kids are users of this site, whoupload about 1,000 videos a day. Whenever a student wants to upload a video, ateacher from the same school has to first approve of it before uploading thesame.

While visiting Veoh, you must      .

Aregister before sharing videos on it

Blimit the length of the video to watch

Cequip your computer with Veoh Web Player

Dlog on using your iPod touch, iPhone or iPad

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                                B

    “Your forehead isbleeding,” a young boy told me, staring at the red prayer powder on myforehead. My embarrassment was immediate. My four-year-old self turned awayfrom my classmates and ran into the bathroom. Only water could erase my shame.

    “I washed theblood off,” I told him later. He smiled, and I was satisfied. I was one of themagain. Tomorrow I would tell my mother that I wouldn’t wear the tilak (吉祥痣), the prayermark that was applied during major religious ceremonies.

    As a teen, Irefused to take Indian food for lunch. I deleted Bollywood songs from my iPodin case a friend saw them. I hated my name which was too long. I was tired ofhaving to correct new teachers when they mispronounced it. But even as Ioutwardly avoided my culture, inwardly I was attached to it. The holiday thatexcited me most was Diwali, when my mom would cook a banquet. To me, theprettiest woman in the world was Bollywood actress Priyanka Chopra, and I oftenfound myself concerned about major social issues in India. Clearly, I wastwo-faced.

    But with age camethe intellectual maturity that reconciled (协调) my inner and outeridentities. I attended McNair, a school that took pride in its diversity. I wasexposed to books like Jhumpa Lahir’s The Namesake. I began to realize that aperson’s culture framed his perspectives and that a true understanding of theworld could only be achieved if different cultures were openly accepted. Withthis understanding came a new-found comfort in myself. My Indian ethnicity wassomething to be proud of.

    Now looking inthe mirror, I lightly run my fingers over the spot on my forehead where thetilak belongs. “It’s not blood,” I whisper to a long-lost four-year-old boy.“It’s a prayer mark, a tilak.”

What did the author do after hearing the young boy’s words?

AHe complained to his mother.

BHe removed the red prayer powder.

CHe hid himself from his classmates.

DHe stopped his forehead from bleeding.

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                                B

    “Your forehead isbleeding,” a young boy told me, staring at the red prayer powder on myforehead. My embarrassment was immediate. My four-year-old self turned awayfrom my classmates and ran into the bathroom. Only water could erase my shame.

    “I washed theblood off,” I told him later. He smiled, and I was satisfied. I was one of themagain. Tomorrow I would tell my mother that I wouldn’t wear the tilak (吉祥痣), the prayermark that was applied during major religious ceremonies.

    As a teen, Irefused to take Indian food for lunch. I deleted Bollywood songs from my iPodin case a friend saw them. I hated my name which was too long. I was tired ofhaving to correct new teachers when they mispronounced it. But even as Ioutwardly avoided my culture, inwardly I was attached to it. The holiday thatexcited me most was Diwali, when my mom would cook a banquet. To me, theprettiest woman in the world was Bollywood actress Priyanka Chopra, and I oftenfound myself concerned about major social issues in India. Clearly, I wastwo-faced.

    But with age camethe intellectual maturity that reconciled (协调) my inner and outeridentities. I attended McNair, a school that took pride in its diversity. I wasexposed to books like Jhumpa Lahir’s The Namesake. I began to realize that aperson’s culture framed his perspectives and that a true understanding of theworld could only be achieved if different cultures were openly accepted. Withthis understanding came a new-found comfort in myself. My Indian ethnicity wassomething to be proud of.

    Now looking inthe mirror, I lightly run my fingers over the spot on my forehead where thetilak belongs. “It’s not blood,” I whisper to a long-lost four-year-old boy.“It’s a prayer mark, a tilak.”

What was the author’s attitude towards Indian culture when he was a teen?

ASupportive.

BUnconcerned.

CContradictory.

DDisapproving.

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                                B

    “Your forehead isbleeding,” a young boy told me, staring at the red prayer powder on myforehead. My embarrassment was immediate. My four-year-old self turned awayfrom my classmates and ran into the bathroom. Only water could erase my shame.

    “I washed theblood off,” I told him later. He smiled, and I was satisfied. I was one of themagain. Tomorrow I would tell my mother that I wouldn’t wear the tilak (吉祥痣), the prayermark that was applied during major religious ceremonies.

    As a teen, Irefused to take Indian food for lunch. I deleted Bollywood songs from my iPodin case a friend saw them. I hated my name which was too long. I was tired ofhaving to correct new teachers when they mispronounced it. But even as Ioutwardly avoided my culture, inwardly I was attached to it. The holiday thatexcited me most was Diwali, when my mom would cook a banquet. To me, theprettiest woman in the world was Bollywood actress Priyanka Chopra, and I oftenfound myself concerned about major social issues in India. Clearly, I wastwo-faced.

    But with age camethe intellectual maturity that reconciled (协调) my inner and outeridentities. I attended McNair, a school that took pride in its diversity. I wasexposed to books like Jhumpa Lahir’s The Namesake. I began to realize that aperson’s culture framed his perspectives and that a true understanding of theworld could only be achieved if different cultures were openly accepted. Withthis understanding came a new-found comfort in myself. My Indian ethnicity wassomething to be proud of.

    Now looking inthe mirror, I lightly run my fingers over the spot on my forehead where thetilak belongs. “It’s not blood,” I whisper to a long-lost four-year-old boy.“It’s a prayer mark, a tilak.”

According to Paragraph 4, The Namesake      .

Ais mainly about culture

Bmade the author hate his name

Cwas written by Priyanka Chopra

Dinspired the author to attend McNair

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                                B

    “Your forehead isbleeding,” a young boy told me, staring at the red prayer powder on myforehead. My embarrassment was immediate. My four-year-old self turned awayfrom my classmates and ran into the bathroom. Only water could erase my shame.

    “I washed theblood off,” I told him later. He smiled, and I was satisfied. I was one of themagain. Tomorrow I would tell my mother that I wouldn’t wear the tilak (吉祥痣), the prayermark that was applied during major religious ceremonies.

    As a teen, Irefused to take Indian food for lunch. I deleted Bollywood songs from my iPodin case a friend saw them. I hated my name which was too long. I was tired ofhaving to correct new teachers when they mispronounced it. But even as Ioutwardly avoided my culture, inwardly I was attached to it. The holiday thatexcited me most was Diwali, when my mom would cook a banquet. To me, theprettiest woman in the world was Bollywood actress Priyanka Chopra, and I oftenfound myself concerned about major social issues in India. Clearly, I wastwo-faced.

    But with age camethe intellectual maturity that reconciled (协调) my inner and outeridentities. I attended McNair, a school that took pride in its diversity. I wasexposed to books like Jhumpa Lahir’s The Namesake. I began to realize that aperson’s culture framed his perspectives and that a true understanding of theworld could only be achieved if different cultures were openly accepted. Withthis understanding came a new-found comfort in myself. My Indian ethnicity wassomething to be proud of.

    Now looking inthe mirror, I lightly run my fingers over the spot on my forehead where thetilak belongs. “It’s not blood,” I whisper to a long-lost four-year-old boy.“It’s a prayer mark, a tilak.”

What do the author’s words in the last paragraph imply?

AHe misses his childhood very much.

BHe has pity on the four-year-old boy.

CHe is very patient with young children.

DHe has gladly accepted the Indian culture.

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                                C

    This evening,while searching through the files on an old shelf trying to look for aself-improvement book, I found an aged file containing some of the examinationpapers I’d taken during my pre-university days. It was on economics, a subjectthat I didn’t really like much back then.

    As I lookedthrough the papers, memories of the past flooded my mind. I saw myself sittingon one of the study tables, burying my head into some ten years’ series. Backthen, it was popular for most Singaporean students to treat the ten years’series, which basically is a collection of past years’ Cambridge A levelexamination papers, as if their life depended on it.

    It was duringthose times that I first started to set goals for myself. I didn’t know muchabout goal setting then. I didn’t use any goal tracking tool either. All I knewwas that I had to make it to university. I skipped breaks to go through mylecture notes and stayed back late after a tiring school day for more revisionswith my classmates, so much so that I would miss the school lock-out hours andhad to climb college gates in order to leave. It was perhaps this attitude thatignited my determination to go through what I had to do to get this far.

    Yes, it may havebeen hard. But the sweet taste of victory experienced at the point of receivingmy result slip was wonderful and it was something that I would never forget forthe rest of my life.

    I closed the fileand dropped it into the dustbin in the room. It’s time to get kicking off withmy next goal. And by writing this, I know I’m getting closer.

Why did the author search through the files on an old shelf?

ATo look for some examination papers.

BTo remind himself of his university life.

CTo sort out some materials on economics.

DTo look for a book about self-improvement.

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                                C

    This evening,while searching through the files on an old shelf trying to look for aself-improvement book, I found an aged file containing some of the examinationpapers I’d taken during my pre-university days. It was on economics, a subjectthat I didn’t really like much back then.

    As I lookedthrough the papers, memories of the past flooded my mind. I saw myself sittingon one of the study tables, burying my head into some ten years’ series. Backthen, it was popular for most Singaporean students to treat the ten years’series, which basically is a collection of past years’ Cambridge A levelexamination papers, as if their life depended on it.

    It was duringthose times that I first started to set goals for myself. I didn’t know muchabout goal setting then. I didn’t use any goal tracking tool either. All I knewwas that I had to make it to university. I skipped breaks to go through mylecture notes and stayed back late after a tiring school day for more revisionswith my classmates, so much so that I would miss the school lock-out hours andhad to climb college gates in order to leave. It was perhaps this attitude thatignited my determination to go through what I had to do to get this far.

    Yes, it may havebeen hard. But the sweet taste of victory experienced at the point of receivingmy result slip was wonderful and it was something that I would never forget forthe rest of my life.

    I closed the fileand dropped it into the dustbin in the room. It’s time to get kicking off withmy next goal. And by writing this, I know I’m getting closer.

When the author first started to set goals for himself, he      .

Aknew that he would win the victory

Bwas busy preparing to enter university

Chad much knowledge of goal tracking tools

Dlearned a lot from a self-improvement book

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                                C

    This evening,while searching through the files on an old shelf trying to look for aself-improvement book, I found an aged file containing some of the examinationpapers I’d taken during my pre-university days. It was on economics, a subjectthat I didn’t really like much back then.

    As I lookedthrough the papers, memories of the past flooded my mind. I saw myself sittingon one of the study tables, burying my head into some ten years’ series. Backthen, it was popular for most Singaporean students to treat the ten years’series, which basically is a collection of past years’ Cambridge A levelexamination papers, as if their life depended on it.

    It was duringthose times that I first started to set goals for myself. I didn’t know muchabout goal setting then. I didn’t use any goal tracking tool either. All I knewwas that I had to make it to university. I skipped breaks to go through mylecture notes and stayed back late after a tiring school day for more revisionswith my classmates, so much so that I would miss the school lock-out hours andhad to climb college gates in order to leave. It was perhaps this attitude thatignited my determination to go through what I had to do to get this far.

    Yes, it may havebeen hard. But the sweet taste of victory experienced at the point of receivingmy result slip was wonderful and it was something that I would never forget forthe rest of my life.

    I closed the fileand dropped it into the dustbin in the room. It’s time to get kicking off withmy next goal. And by writing this, I know I’m getting closer.

What was the author’s purpose of staying back late after school?

ATo get admitted into university.

BTo enjoy climbing college gates.

CTo learn more about goal setting.

DTo develop a positive attitude towards life.

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                                C

    This evening,while searching through the files on an old shelf trying to look for aself-improvement book, I found an aged file containing some of the examinationpapers I’d taken during my pre-university days. It was on economics, a subjectthat I didn’t really like much back then.

    As I lookedthrough the papers, memories of the past flooded my mind. I saw myself sittingon one of the study tables, burying my head into some ten years’ series. Backthen, it was popular for most Singaporean students to treat the ten years’series, which basically is a collection of past years’ Cambridge A levelexamination papers, as if their life depended on it.

    It was duringthose times that I first started to set goals for myself. I didn’t know muchabout goal setting then. I didn’t use any goal tracking tool either. All I knewwas that I had to make it to university. I skipped breaks to go through mylecture notes and stayed back late after a tiring school day for more revisionswith my classmates, so much so that I would miss the school lock-out hours andhad to climb college gates in order to leave. It was perhaps this attitude thatignited my determination to go through what I had to do to get this far.

    Yes, it may havebeen hard. But the sweet taste of victory experienced at the point of receivingmy result slip was wonderful and it was something that I would never forget forthe rest of my life.

    I closed the fileand dropped it into the dustbin in the room. It’s time to get kicking off withmy next goal. And by writing this, I know I’m getting closer.

Which of the following can best replace the underlined word “ignited” in Paragraph 3?

ARaised.

BReduced.

CBalanced.

DQuestioned.

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                                D

    In an effort tocontrol America’s deadly opioid (类鸦片) crisis, federal healthofficials are urging doctors to largely avoid prescribing (开处方) highlyaddictive painkillers like OxyContin and Vicodin when treating patients forchronic (慢性的) pain.

    The newguidelines, issued Tuesday by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention,are directed at primary care providers, who issue about half of all opioidprescriptions.

    Since 1999, suchprescriptions and sales have increased largely in the United States, whichhelped create the current opioid abuse and overdose (过量). In 2012 alone,doctors handed out 259 million opioid prescriptions — one bottle for everyadult in the United States.

    “More than 40Americans die each day from prescription opioid overdoses. We must act now,”CDC Director Tom Friedan said in a statement on Tuesday. “Overprescribingopioids largely for chronic pain is a key driver of America’s drug-overdose.The guideline will give physicians and patients the information they need tomake more informed decisions about treatment.”

    The 12 guidelinespromote the use of non-opioid treatment when possible and aim to help primarycare doctors determine when and if opioids are necessary to treat chronic pain.When they are prescribed, doctors should use the lowest possible amount, theCDC said. For short-term pain, the agency said a prescription of three days orless will often be enough. The guidelines do not apply to cancer andend-of-life care.

    In December, theCDC had delayed publication of its guidelines, opening them up to a 30-daypublic comment period. The drug industry and pain doctors voiced strongopposition, arguing that the recommendations could prevent real patients fromobtaining needed medications, according to The New York Times.

    The CDC notedTuesday that in developing the guidelines, it followed an “accurate scientificprocess using the best available scientific evidence, consulting with experts,and listening to comments from the public and partner organizations.”

According to the passage, Vicodin is      .

Aa kind of medicine for patients to reduce pain

Ba kind of medicine to control deadly opioid crisis

Ca leader of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention

Da guideline issued by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention

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                                D

    In an effort tocontrol America’s deadly opioid (类鸦片) crisis, federal healthofficials are urging doctors to largely avoid prescribing (开处方) highlyaddictive painkillers like OxyContin and Vicodin when treating patients forchronic (慢性的) pain.

    The newguidelines, issued Tuesday by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention,are directed at primary care providers, who issue about half of all opioidprescriptions.

    Since 1999, suchprescriptions and sales have increased largely in the United States, whichhelped create the current opioid abuse and overdose (过量). In 2012 alone,doctors handed out 259 million opioid prescriptions — one bottle for everyadult in the United States.

    “More than 40Americans die each day from prescription opioid overdoses. We must act now,”CDC Director Tom Friedan said in a statement on Tuesday. “Overprescribingopioids largely for chronic pain is a key driver of America’s drug-overdose.The guideline will give physicians and patients the information they need tomake more informed decisions about treatment.”

    The 12 guidelinespromote the use of non-opioid treatment when possible and aim to help primarycare doctors determine when and if opioids are necessary to treat chronic pain.When they are prescribed, doctors should use the lowest possible amount, theCDC said. For short-term pain, the agency said a prescription of three days orless will often be enough. The guidelines do not apply to cancer andend-of-life care.

    In December, theCDC had delayed publication of its guidelines, opening them up to a 30-daypublic comment period. The drug industry and pain doctors voiced strongopposition, arguing that the recommendations could prevent real patients fromobtaining needed medications, according to The New York Times.

    The CDC notedTuesday that in developing the guidelines, it followed an “accurate scientificprocess using the best available scientific evidence, consulting with experts,and listening to comments from the public and partner organizations.”

What can we infer from the passage?

APhysicians and patients will make wrong decisions with the guidelines.

BAmericans consumed one bottle of opioids for every adult in 2012.

COpioid overdoses contribute to 40 deaths daily alone in America.

DPrimary care providers are largely responsible for opioid abuse.

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                                D

    In an effort tocontrol America’s deadly opioid (类鸦片) crisis, federal healthofficials are urging doctors to largely avoid prescribing (开处方) highlyaddictive painkillers like OxyContin and Vicodin when treating patients forchronic (慢性的) pain.

    The newguidelines, issued Tuesday by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention,are directed at primary care providers, who issue about half of all opioidprescriptions.

    Since 1999, suchprescriptions and sales have increased largely in the United States, whichhelped create the current opioid abuse and overdose (过量). In 2012 alone,doctors handed out 259 million opioid prescriptions — one bottle for everyadult in the United States.

    “More than 40Americans die each day from prescription opioid overdoses. We must act now,”CDC Director Tom Friedan said in a statement on Tuesday. “Overprescribingopioids largely for chronic pain is a key driver of America’s drug-overdose.The guideline will give physicians and patients the information they need tomake more informed decisions about treatment.”

    The 12 guidelinespromote the use of non-opioid treatment when possible and aim to help primarycare doctors determine when and if opioids are necessary to treat chronic pain.When they are prescribed, doctors should use the lowest possible amount, theCDC said. For short-term pain, the agency said a prescription of three days orless will often be enough. The guidelines do not apply to cancer andend-of-life care.

    In December, theCDC had delayed publication of its guidelines, opening them up to a 30-daypublic comment period. The drug industry and pain doctors voiced strongopposition, arguing that the recommendations could prevent real patients fromobtaining needed medications, according to The New York Times.

    The CDC notedTuesday that in developing the guidelines, it followed an “accurate scientificprocess using the best available scientific evidence, consulting with experts,and listening to comments from the public and partner organizations.”

What’s the main idea of the fifth paragraph?

ASome replacements for opioid treatment.

BSome threats to public health using opioids.

CSome inapplicable diseases for the guidelines.

DSome detailed information about the guidelines.

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                                D

    In an effort tocontrol America’s deadly opioid (类鸦片) crisis, federal healthofficials are urging doctors to largely avoid prescribing (开处方) highlyaddictive painkillers like OxyContin and Vicodin when treating patients forchronic (慢性的) pain.

    The newguidelines, issued Tuesday by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention,are directed at primary care providers, who issue about half of all opioidprescriptions.

    Since 1999, suchprescriptions and sales have increased largely in the United States, whichhelped create the current opioid abuse and overdose (过量). In 2012 alone,doctors handed out 259 million opioid prescriptions — one bottle for everyadult in the United States.

    “More than 40Americans die each day from prescription opioid overdoses. We must act now,”CDC Director Tom Friedan said in a statement on Tuesday. “Overprescribingopioids largely for chronic pain is a key driver of America’s drug-overdose.The guideline will give physicians and patients the information they need tomake more informed decisions about treatment.”

    The 12 guidelinespromote the use of non-opioid treatment when possible and aim to help primarycare doctors determine when and if opioids are necessary to treat chronic pain.When they are prescribed, doctors should use the lowest possible amount, theCDC said. For short-term pain, the agency said a prescription of three days orless will often be enough. The guidelines do not apply to cancer andend-of-life care.

    In December, theCDC had delayed publication of its guidelines, opening them up to a 30-daypublic comment period. The drug industry and pain doctors voiced strongopposition, arguing that the recommendations could prevent real patients fromobtaining needed medications, according to The New York Times.

    The CDC notedTuesday that in developing the guidelines, it followed an “accurate scientificprocess using the best available scientific evidence, consulting with experts,and listening to comments from the public and partner organizations.”

The publication of the guidelines is put off mainly to      .

Aconduct scientific tests

Bcollect public comment

Cconsult with experts

Dweigh the advantages and disadvantages

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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。选项中有两项为多余选项。

    Learning how to earn trust back can be tricky. After all, trust is not something freely given.  36   Luckily, I’m here to show you how to earn trust back. Read on to find out how.

    ♦  37

    The first step is to do something that will show that you are a good person. To do this, you must do something for the greater good — something that may not necessarily benefit you, but will benefit others around you.

    ♦ Correct the situation.

      38   For example, if you broke your grandmother’s trust by accidentally losing the pair of earrings you borrowed from her, you have to search high and low for those earrings. Obviously, those were valuable to her and you broke her trust by being so careless with them. Apart from an apology, you need to work hard to replace the earrings to show your grandmother how truly sorry you are.

    ♦ Be on your best behavior.

        39   But no matter how long it takes, you need to be on your best behavior. If you broke your partner’s trust by seeing another person behind his back, you need to make up for the hurt you caused.

    If you truly want to learn how to earn trust back, there are certain things you must put up with. It’s not fun holding the wrong end of the stick. Trying to get someone to believe in you again is not going to be easy either.  40

    A. However, it ispossible.

    B. Do something forthe greater good.

    C. And once lost,it may take more than just an apology to get it back.

    D. Trust is afeeling of confidence in someone that shows you believe them.

    E. Sometimesforgiveness is indeed trying your patience and driving you crazy.

    F. Of course,forgiveness may not come as swiftly as you may have hoped it would.

    G. The second step is tofind a solution to whatever it is you did to break another person’s trust.

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第一节  完形填空(共20小题;每小题1.5分,满分30分)

    阅读下面短文,从短文后各题所给的四个选项(A、B、C和D)中选出可以填入空白处的最佳选项。

    Our firm raised money for disadvantaged kids every Christmas. I’d dress as Santa and  41   out with some colleagues to deliver gifts. Some years ago, we were returning and  42   right in front of the lights as they turned red.

    I became  43   of a car coming up behind us at speed. It  44   another vehicle and then they both came to a stop. I asked my workmates to  45   the police and the fire department, turned my truck sideways to block the  46   jumped out and ran to the car. There was a loud bang and  47   leaped from the car’s front. As a volunteer firefighter, I knew the car’s battery had exploded and that there was no time to  48  . Still wearing my costume, I  49   to tear the door open and walked the driver over to the safety of my truck.

      50   some cuts, he was fine. I left him with my  51   and went to check on the driver of the other car.  52  , he was also unhurt. Then I directed traffic around the burning vehicle  53   the emergency services arrived. The first two police officers on the  54   laughed after arrival. “What has happened here, Santa? OK, you probably have  55   to make,” one of them said. ‘‘We’ll  56   from here.”

    Weeks after the  57  , I agreed to meet the guy I’d  58   from the car in a local park, where he was sitting with a girl, his daughter, Amber. It  59   out that she had been estranged (疏远的) from her mom and dad, but  60   home after the accident. She wanted to thank me for saving her father.

41. 

    A. rush                          

    B.drive                               

    C.ride                                

    D.walk

42. 

    A. stopped                      

    B.stood                              

    C. lay                                  

    D. sat

43. 

    A. afraid                        

    B.full                                 

    C.fond                               

    D.aware

44. 

    A. went over                  

    B.left out                            

    C. raninto                           

    D. passeddown

45. 

    A. call                           

    B.ask                                 

    C.question                          

    D.consult

46. 

    A. entrance                     

    B.traffic                             

    C.passengers                       

    D.walkers

47. 

    A. oil                             

    B.water                              

    C.flames                             

    D.smells

48. 

    A. relax                         

    B.leave                               

    C.explain                            

    D. lose

49. 

    A. planned                     

    B.failed                              

    C.managed                         

    D. decided

50. 

    A. Less than                   

    B.Other than                       

    C. Ratherthan                      

    D. More than

51. 

    A. workmates                 

    B.classmates                       

    C.relatives                          

    D. kids

52. 

    A. Immediately               

    B.Directly                          

    C.Fortunately                      

    D.Obviously

53. 

    A. after                          

    B.until                               

    C.because                           

    D.though

54. 

    A. scene                         

    B.road                                

    C.screen                             

    D. sideway

55. 

    A. records                      

    B.preparations                     

    C.contributions                   

    D.deliveries

56. 

    A. pick up                      

    B.set off                             

    C.take over                         

    D. goaway

57. 

    A. case                           

    B.event                              

    C.incident                           

    D.accident

58. 

    A. known                       

    B.preserved                        

    C.motivated                        

    D. pulled

59. 

    A. turned                       

    B.figured                            

    C. made                              

    D. found

60. 

    A. adored                       

    B. returned                          

    C. left                                 

    D. passed

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第二节(共10小题;每小题1.5分,满分15分)

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

    Happiness is a short state of mind, just like the state of sadness or joy or  61   (angry). It would not be possible for us to be in a happy state 24 hours a day. If you think that sounds laughable, think about being at a funeral when everyone is mourning. Would it feel right to go about  62   a huge smile on your face?

    What we go through in our lives  63   (help) us grow and understand the value of happiness. We need to be able to respond in all kinds of  64   (way) according to what we are dealing with at any  65   (give) time. All emotions and states are part of the life.

    Happiness can be found in reaching out and being in relationship with people.  66   time or money may be lost in helping others, these will become our happy memories. Happiness is a dance with whatever in front of you. It is  67   deep connection to everything around you. It does not come from expecting others  68   (bring) you joy but from how you can create joy for others.

    If you want to experience happiness more often, see what you can do to put a smile on someone else’s face each day and notice how much happier you feel when you have achieved that. Happiness is not to be found in material possessions. It is  69   (free) available to everyone at any time. All that is required to experience happiness is that you place your focus on moments in your life  70   make you smile.

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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。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。

    Are you afraid of delivering a speech before people? I can well remember his first speech which was titled A Real Test in My Life at the age of 9! You can’t imagine how terrible shy I was the moment I thought of that — with so many eyes fixed in me. I had no choice but prepare for it, though. When a real moment came, I stood on the platform with my legs trembled and my mind blank. Although it is hard for me to find myself back, but I made it! From then on, I gradually turned out to be a great speakers without any fear of talking.

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第二节  书面表达(满分25分)

    假定你是李华,你的美国笔友Rosia昨天发来电子邮件,询问你校开设的选修课(optional courses)和活动。现在请你给她回一封E-mail,内容如下:

    1开课时间:每周一、三、五下午3:00-5:00;

    2开设的选修课和活动有:计算机科学、诗歌欣赏、舞蹈、合唱、烹饪、3D打印、模拟联合国 (MUN)等;

    3根据爱好自主选择;

    4你的感受。

注意:1词数100左右;

            2可以适当增加细节,以使行文连贯;3开头及结语已为你写好,不计入总词数。

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