• 英语 2018年高三辽宁省第一次模拟试题
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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    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

    Here is a list of some of the best museums for children in America.

    Please Touch Children's Museum

    This museum lies in Philadelphia. It offers Alice in Wonderland exhibits where young children can play with giant flowers and have tea parties. Kids can also play on musical instruments and babies can crawl on lily pads , which make musical sounds.

    The Children's Museum of Indianapolis

    This museum lies in Indiana. It holds a fair share of dinosaur fossils (化石).There are many fossils like the T. Rex, Bucky and many others in an 8 ,000-squarefoot area. Around 10,000 man-made objects, including a 55-ton steam engine and a 33-foot tall water clock, are there in the 365 ,000-square-foot area. It also offers activities like dinosaur building, camps and classes featuring space themes and other educational programs.

    Boston Children's Museum

    This museum lies in Massachusetts. The exhibits here are of health, art, science , culture and environment. In this museum, children also learn about Japanese culture. Activities like Play Lab, New Balance Climb and The Recycle  Shop bring out the creativity in children.

    National Museum of Play

    This museum, which lies in Rochester area of New York, has a wide collection of dolls, games, toys and other home crafts dating back to the 19th century. Here, educational tours include stories of machines and other toys. Kids can walk in Sesame Street exhibit and cook food at play or TV studios.

    Children's Museum of Houston

    This museum lies in Texas. Termed as the best playground for mind, this museum offers scores of activities for kids of every age. It even offers free family adventure events where families with their kids are encouraged to work on math activities and games. Children also learn about broadcasting activities and preserving ecosystems.

    One who has interest in environmental protection can choose to visit .

ANational Museum of Play or Children's Museum of Houston

BBoston Children's Museum or Children's Museum of Houston

CPlease Touch Children's Museum or Boston Children's Museum

DThe Children's Museum of Indianapolis or National Museum of Play

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                                  A

    Here is a list of some of the best museums for children in America.

    Please Touch Children's Museum

    This museum lies in Philadelphia. It offers Alice in Wonderland exhibits where young children can play with giant flowers and have tea parties. Kids can also play on musical instruments and babies can crawl on lily pads , which make musical sounds.

    The Children's Museum of Indianapolis

    This museum lies in Indiana. It holds a fair share of dinosaur fossils (化石).There are many fossils like the T. Rex, Bucky and many others in an 8 ,000-squarefoot area. Around 10,000 man-made objects, including a 55-ton steam engine and a 33-foot tall water clock, are there in the 365 ,000-square-foot area. It also offers activities like dinosaur building, camps and classes featuring space themes and other educational programs.

    Boston Children's Museum

    This museum lies in Massachusetts. The exhibits here are of health, art, science , culture and environment. In this museum, children also learn about Japanese culture. Activities like Play Lab, New Balance Climb and The Recycle  Shop bring out the creativity in children.

    National Museum of Play

    This museum, which lies in Rochester area of New York, has a wide collection of dolls, games, toys and other home crafts dating back to the 19th century. Here, educational tours include stories of machines and other toys. Kids can walk in Sesame Street exhibit and cook food at play or TV studios.

    Children's Museum of Houston

    This museum lies in Texas. Termed as the best playground for mind, this museum offers scores of activities for kids of every age. It even offers free family adventure events where families with their kids are encouraged to work on math activities and games. Children also learn about broadcasting activities and preserving ecosystems.

While visiting National Museum of Play, you can take part in .

Adinosaur building

Bplaying with giant flowers

CNew Balance Climb

Dcooking food at play or TV studios

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                                  A

    Here is a list of some of the best museums for children in America.

    Please Touch Children's Museum

    This museum lies in Philadelphia. It offers Alice in Wonderland exhibits where young children can play with giant flowers and have tea parties. Kids can also play on musical instruments and babies can crawl on lily pads , which make musical sounds.

    The Children's Museum of Indianapolis

    This museum lies in Indiana. It holds a fair share of dinosaur fossils (化石).There are many fossils like the T. Rex, Bucky and many others in an 8 ,000-squarefoot area. Around 10,000 man-made objects, including a 55-ton steam engine and a 33-foot tall water clock, are there in the 365 ,000-square-foot area. It also offers activities like dinosaur building, camps and classes featuring space themes and other educational programs.

    Boston Children's Museum

    This museum lies in Massachusetts. The exhibits here are of health, art, science , culture and environment. In this museum, children also learn about Japanese culture. Activities like Play Lab, New Balance Climb and The Recycle  Shop bring out the creativity in children.

    National Museum of Play

    This museum, which lies in Rochester area of New York, has a wide collection of dolls, games, toys and other home crafts dating back to the 19th century. Here, educational tours include stories of machines and other toys. Kids can walk in Sesame Street exhibit and cook food at play or TV studios.

    Children's Museum of Houston

    This museum lies in Texas. Termed as the best playground for mind, this museum offers scores of activities for kids of every age. It even offers free family adventure events where families with their kids are encouraged to work on math activities and games. Children also learn about broadcasting activities and preserving ecosystems.

If a couple with kids of different ages want to do activities together, they should go to .

ATexas

BNew York

CIndiana

DMassachusetts

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                                  A

    Here is a list of some of the best museums for children in America.

    Please Touch Children's Museum

    This museum lies in Philadelphia. It offers Alice in Wonderland exhibits where young children can play with giant flowers and have tea parties. Kids can also play on musical instruments and babies can crawl on lily pads , which make musical sounds.

    The Children's Museum of Indianapolis

    This museum lies in Indiana. It holds a fair share of dinosaur fossils (化石).There are many fossils like the T. Rex, Bucky and many others in an 8 ,000-squarefoot area. Around 10,000 man-made objects, including a 55-ton steam engine and a 33-foot tall water clock, are there in the 365 ,000-square-foot area. It also offers activities like dinosaur building, camps and classes featuring space themes and other educational programs.

    Boston Children's Museum

    This museum lies in Massachusetts. The exhibits here are of health, art, science , culture and environment. In this museum, children also learn about Japanese culture. Activities like Play Lab, New Balance Climb and The Recycle  Shop bring out the creativity in children.

    National Museum of Play

    This museum, which lies in Rochester area of New York, has a wide collection of dolls, games, toys and other home crafts dating back to the 19th century. Here, educational tours include stories of machines and other toys. Kids can walk in Sesame Street exhibit and cook food at play or TV studios.

    Children's Museum of Houston

    This museum lies in Texas. Termed as the best playground for mind, this museum offers scores of activities for kids of every age. It even offers free family adventure events where families with their kids are encouraged to work on math activities and games. Children also learn about broadcasting activities and preserving ecosystems.

Who might be most interested in this passage?.

AParents

BTeachers.

CChildren.

DResearchers.

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                                    B

    Sunitha Suresh was a college student when her grandmother had a major operation and was put in intensive care with three other patients. This meant her family couldn’t always be with her. They decided to put her favorite Indian music on an iPod, so she could listen around the clock.

    Sunitha could see the music relaxed her grandmother and made her feel less anxious, but she wondered if she also felt less pain. That would make sense because anxiety can make people more sensitive to pain. At the time Sunitha was majoring in biomedical engineering at Northwestern University where her father, Santhanam Suresh, is a professor So father and daughter decided to work together on a study.

    It was a small study, with 60 patients between 9 and 14 years old taking part in it. All the patients had big operations that required them to stay in hospital for at least a couple of days. Right after their operations, the patients took medicine to control pain. The next day they were divided into three groups One group listened to 30 minutes of music of their choice, one listened to 30 minutes of stories of their choice and one listened to 30 minutes of silence via noise canceling headphones,

    To measure pain, the researchers presented a smiling, frowning and crying face. The children pointed to which picture best showed their level of pain before and after they listened to music ,stories and silence. After a 30-minute session, the children who listened to music or stories reduced their pain burden by 1 point on a 10-point scale compared to the children who listened to silence. That might not sound much, but Sunitha says it equals to pain meditation like Advil or Tylenol. 

    Children don’t tolerate such medication as well as adults. They are smaller and are more likely to suffer side effects from pain medication such as trouble breathing and feeling of disgust. So the less pain medication, the better.

What made Sunitha start the study?

AHer grandmother’s desire for music.

BHer majoring in biomedical engineering.

CHer grandmother’s listening to music after the operation.

DHer sympathy for patients who suffered from illnesses.

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                                    B

    Sunitha Suresh was a college student when her grandmother had a major operation and was put in intensive care with three other patients. This meant her family couldn’t always be with her. They decided to put her favorite Indian music on an iPod, so she could listen around the clock.

    Sunitha could see the music relaxed her grandmother and made her feel less anxious, but she wondered if she also felt less pain. That would make sense because anxiety can make people more sensitive to pain. At the time Sunitha was majoring in biomedical engineering at Northwestern University where her father, Santhanam Suresh, is a professor So father and daughter decided to work together on a study.

    It was a small study, with 60 patients between 9 and 14 years old taking part in it. All the patients had big operations that required them to stay in hospital for at least a couple of days. Right after their operations, the patients took medicine to control pain. The next day they were divided into three groups One group listened to 30 minutes of music of their choice, one listened to 30 minutes of stories of their choice and one listened to 30 minutes of silence via noise canceling headphones,

    To measure pain, the researchers presented a smiling, frowning and crying face. The children pointed to which picture best showed their level of pain before and after they listened to music ,stories and silence. After a 30-minute session, the children who listened to music or stories reduced their pain burden by 1 point on a 10-point scale compared to the children who listened to silence. That might not sound much, but Sunitha says it equals to pain meditation like Advil or Tylenol. 

    Children don’t tolerate such medication as well as adults. They are smaller and are more likely to suffer side effects from pain medication such as trouble breathing and feeling of disgust. So the less pain medication, the better.

How did Sunitha and her father draw the conclusion?

ABy observing.

BBy making comparison.

CBy asking questions.

DBy analyzing causes.

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                                    B

    Sunitha Suresh was a college student when her grandmother had a major operation and was put in intensive care with three other patients. This meant her family couldn’t always be with her. They decided to put her favorite Indian music on an iPod, so she could listen around the clock.

    Sunitha could see the music relaxed her grandmother and made her feel less anxious, but she wondered if she also felt less pain. That would make sense because anxiety can make people more sensitive to pain. At the time Sunitha was majoring in biomedical engineering at Northwestern University where her father, Santhanam Suresh, is a professor So father and daughter decided to work together on a study.

    It was a small study, with 60 patients between 9 and 14 years old taking part in it. All the patients had big operations that required them to stay in hospital for at least a couple of days. Right after their operations, the patients took medicine to control pain. The next day they were divided into three groups One group listened to 30 minutes of music of their choice, one listened to 30 minutes of stories of their choice and one listened to 30 minutes of silence via noise canceling headphones,

    To measure pain, the researchers presented a smiling, frowning and crying face. The children pointed to which picture best showed their level of pain before and after they listened to music ,stories and silence. After a 30-minute session, the children who listened to music or stories reduced their pain burden by 1 point on a 10-point scale compared to the children who listened to silence. That might not sound much, but Sunitha says it equals to pain meditation like Advil or Tylenol. 

    Children don’t tolerate such medication as well as adults. They are smaller and are more likely to suffer side effects from pain medication such as trouble breathing and feeling of disgust. So the less pain medication, the better.

What do we know about the research?

AIt is of greater benefit to children.

BIt should also be conducted on adults.

CIt shows children suffered more from pain medication.

DIt found more and more children are on pain medication.

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                                    B

    Sunitha Suresh was a college student when her grandmother had a major operation and was put in intensive care with three other patients. This meant her family couldn’t always be with her. They decided to put her favorite Indian music on an iPod, so she could listen around the clock.

    Sunitha could see the music relaxed her grandmother and made her feel less anxious, but she wondered if she also felt less pain. That would make sense because anxiety can make people more sensitive to pain. At the time Sunitha was majoring in biomedical engineering at Northwestern University where her father, Santhanam Suresh, is a professor So father and daughter decided to work together on a study.

    It was a small study, with 60 patients between 9 and 14 years old taking part in it. All the patients had big operations that required them to stay in hospital for at least a couple of days. Right after their operations, the patients took medicine to control pain. The next day they were divided into three groups One group listened to 30 minutes of music of their choice, one listened to 30 minutes of stories of their choice and one listened to 30 minutes of silence via noise canceling headphones,

    To measure pain, the researchers presented a smiling, frowning and crying face. The children pointed to which picture best showed their level of pain before and after they listened to music ,stories and silence. After a 30-minute session, the children who listened to music or stories reduced their pain burden by 1 point on a 10-point scale compared to the children who listened to silence. That might not sound much, but Sunitha says it equals to pain meditation like Advil or Tylenol. 

    Children don’t tolerate such medication as well as adults. They are smaller and are more likely to suffer side effects from pain medication such as trouble breathing and feeling of disgust. So the less pain medication, the better.

What may be the best title for the text?

AReaching for your playlist to ease pain.

BSunitha does an experiment with her father.

CSunitha’s grandmother likes to listen to music.

DStopping using pain medication on children.

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                                    C   

    Do you think teachers and students should be friends?

    It’s ok to have a fun relationship with teachers. When they befriend you, they are easier to talk to, they understand their students more, and it can even make learning more fun.

                                                 Amy B,14

    It’s ok to have a teacher trying to be a student’s friend. It makes you enjoy the class more. Also having friendly teachers makes the task of going to school a lot less painful since not only are you connecting with your friends sitting  next to you but also the one at the front of the class.

                                                Alyssa D,17

    It’s cool that teachers attempt to be students’ friends as long as it doesn’t get too friendly. I think that it’s good to have a good relationship with everyone.

                                                Gloria  L, 17

    I think it’s strange when teachers try to be students’ friends. If they begin to know you too well, then it can become awkward in class. There needs to be boundaries in a teacher-student relationship.                    

                                                Ian M, 16

    I think teachers being students’ friends is stupid. It shouldn’t be that way; there is always the question of favoritism(偏袒). You never know if the friendship will force them to give you a good mark or not.

                                                Kristen W,18

    It’s okay for students to be friends with your teachers. Older teachers only talk about when you were our age and about their past, but young teachers talk about things that students are interested in. Cool, young teachers don’t judge what students do at weekends or after school. They encourage us to have fun.

                                                  Nicole L,14

Which of the following do both Ian M and Kristen W. agree with?

ATeachers shouldn’t know students too well.

BTeachers should be friendly to their students

CIt’s not good for teachers to be students’ friends

DTeachers will give their favorite students good marks.

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                                    C   

    Do you think teachers and students should be friends?

    It’s ok to have a fun relationship with teachers. When they befriend you, they are easier to talk to, they understand their students more, and it can even make learning more fun.

                                                 Amy B,14

    It’s ok to have a teacher trying to be a student’s friend. It makes you enjoy the class more. Also having friendly teachers makes the task of going to school a lot less painful since not only are you connecting with your friends sitting  next to you but also the one at the front of the class.

                                                Alyssa D,17

    It’s cool that teachers attempt to be students’ friends as long as it doesn’t get too friendly. I think that it’s good to have a good relationship with everyone.

                                                Gloria  L, 17

    I think it’s strange when teachers try to be students’ friends. If they begin to know you too well, then it can become awkward in class. There needs to be boundaries in a teacher-student relationship.                    

                                                Ian M, 16

    I think teachers being students’ friends is stupid. It shouldn’t be that way; there is always the question of favoritism(偏袒). You never know if the friendship will force them to give you a good mark or not.

                                                Kristen W,18

    It’s okay for students to be friends with your teachers. Older teachers only talk about when you were our age and about their past, but young teachers talk about things that students are interested in. Cool, young teachers don’t judge what students do at weekends or after school. They encourage us to have fun.

                                                  Nicole L,14

Who thinks students can’t be too close to teachers?

AAmy B

BAlyssa D

CGloria L

DNicole L

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                                    C   

    Do you think teachers and students should be friends?

    It’s ok to have a fun relationship with teachers. When they befriend you, they are easier to talk to, they understand their students more, and it can even make learning more fun.

                                                 Amy B,14

    It’s ok to have a teacher trying to be a student’s friend. It makes you enjoy the class more. Also having friendly teachers makes the task of going to school a lot less painful since not only are you connecting with your friends sitting  next to you but also the one at the front of the class.

                                                Alyssa D,17

    It’s cool that teachers attempt to be students’ friends as long as it doesn’t get too friendly. I think that it’s good to have a good relationship with everyone.

                                                Gloria  L, 17

    I think it’s strange when teachers try to be students’ friends. If they begin to know you too well, then it can become awkward in class. There needs to be boundaries in a teacher-student relationship.                    

                                                Ian M, 16

    I think teachers being students’ friends is stupid. It shouldn’t be that way; there is always the question of favoritism(偏袒). You never know if the friendship will force them to give you a good mark or not.

                                                Kristen W,18

    It’s okay for students to be friends with your teachers. Older teachers only talk about when you were our age and about their past, but young teachers talk about things that students are interested in. Cool, young teachers don’t judge what students do at weekends or after school. They encourage us to have fun.

                                                  Nicole L,14

Why does Nicole L. think it’s good to be friends with young teachers?

AThey tell their students what to do outside class.

BThey like talking about things students are fond of.

CThey make students like school and learning more.

DThey are willing to share their experiences as students.

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                                    D

    The night before your interview, the beating of your heart is so fast. You feel anxious, and uneasy. Your imagination can make you feel like that. You're confused if you are able to drag the time to finish everything or you wish to stop it because there are a lot of" what ifs" in your mind.

    Well, you call those feelings "interview nerves". It's normal for all people who have little experience to feel this. So how can you release nervousness in this situation? Actually there are some techniques to calm those anxious nerves. 

    Firstly, practice and prepare. Practice makes perfect. The more you are interviewed, the more confident you will be. If you have failed once, it doesn't mean it's the end of your world. Everybody has a lot of chances. All you've got to do is understand the reasons why you like the job. 

    Secondly, you should get your interview skills ready ahead of time. So, in terms of that, you must know the background of the company and the position that you're applying for. Ask yourself" Am I suitable for this kind of job? And do I have any extraordinary skills that I can show to them?" Think of some possible questions that you're going to face and find good answers to those questions. 

    Thirdly, give only the facts and don't tell your life story to them. Give associated answers to the questions. If they want to know about you, you could tell them something that is related to the job which you're applying for. In addition, you may also practice an interview with another person. 

    Last but not least, find someone who could share their experience with you and help you create a realistic interview situation. Experience is a better teacher, most people say. Learn from other people's experience. And one more thing, interview coaching actually has competitive advantages. Find a professional coach in your area. It can cost a little bit but it's worth it for the personalized coaching that you're 

going to receive.

The underlined words "what ifs" in Paragraph 1 can be replaced by .

Aideas

Bchances

Cexcuses

Dquestions

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                                    D

    The night before your interview, the beating of your heart is so fast. You feel anxious, and uneasy. Your imagination can make you feel like that. You're confused if you are able to drag the time to finish everything or you wish to stop it because there are a lot of" what ifs" in your mind.

    Well, you call those feelings "interview nerves". It's normal for all people who have little experience to feel this. So how can you release nervousness in this situation? Actually there are some techniques to calm those anxious nerves. 

    Firstly, practice and prepare. Practice makes perfect. The more you are interviewed, the more confident you will be. If you have failed once, it doesn't mean it's the end of your world. Everybody has a lot of chances. All you've got to do is understand the reasons why you like the job. 

    Secondly, you should get your interview skills ready ahead of time. So, in terms of that, you must know the background of the company and the position that you're applying for. Ask yourself" Am I suitable for this kind of job? And do I have any extraordinary skills that I can show to them?" Think of some possible questions that you're going to face and find good answers to those questions. 

    Thirdly, give only the facts and don't tell your life story to them. Give associated answers to the questions. If they want to know about you, you could tell them something that is related to the job which you're applying for. In addition, you may also practice an interview with another person. 

    Last but not least, find someone who could share their experience with you and help you create a realistic interview situation. Experience is a better teacher, most people say. Learn from other people's experience. And one more thing, interview coaching actually has competitive advantages. Find a professional coach in your area. It can cost a little bit but it's worth it for the personalized coaching that you're 

going to receive.

According to the passage, the reason that people feel nervous and anxious beforean interview is that

Athey aren't well prepared

Bthey have no special skills

Cthey have failed again and again

Dthey imagine too much

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                                    D

    The night before your interview, the beating of your heart is so fast. You feel anxious, and uneasy. Your imagination can make you feel like that. You're confused if you are able to drag the time to finish everything or you wish to stop it because there are a lot of" what ifs" in your mind.

    Well, you call those feelings "interview nerves". It's normal for all people who have little experience to feel this. So how can you release nervousness in this situation? Actually there are some techniques to calm those anxious nerves. 

    Firstly, practice and prepare. Practice makes perfect. The more you are interviewed, the more confident you will be. If you have failed once, it doesn't mean it's the end of your world. Everybody has a lot of chances. All you've got to do is understand the reasons why you like the job. 

    Secondly, you should get your interview skills ready ahead of time. So, in terms of that, you must know the background of the company and the position that you're applying for. Ask yourself" Am I suitable for this kind of job? And do I have any extraordinary skills that I can show to them?" Think of some possible questions that you're going to face and find good answers to those questions. 

    Thirdly, give only the facts and don't tell your life story to them. Give associated answers to the questions. If they want to know about you, you could tell them something that is related to the job which you're applying for. In addition, you may also practice an interview with another person. 

    Last but not least, find someone who could share their experience with you and help you create a realistic interview situation. Experience is a better teacher, most people say. Learn from other people's experience. And one more thing, interview coaching actually has competitive advantages. Find a professional coach in your area. It can cost a little bit but it's worth it for the personalized coaching that you're 

going to receive.

A person will become more competitive in a job interview if he

Ahas learnt to be more aggressive during the interview

Bhas got a good knowledge of the background of the company

Ccan tell the interviewers all about himself even if they don't ask him to

Dcan get an experienced friend to go along with him

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                                    D

    The night before your interview, the beating of your heart is so fast. You feel anxious, and uneasy. Your imagination can make you feel like that. You're confused if you are able to drag the time to finish everything or you wish to stop it because there are a lot of" what ifs" in your mind.

    Well, you call those feelings "interview nerves". It's normal for all people who have little experience to feel this. So how can you release nervousness in this situation? Actually there are some techniques to calm those anxious nerves. 

    Firstly, practice and prepare. Practice makes perfect. The more you are interviewed, the more confident you will be. If you have failed once, it doesn't mean it's the end of your world. Everybody has a lot of chances. All you've got to do is understand the reasons why you like the job. 

    Secondly, you should get your interview skills ready ahead of time. So, in terms of that, you must know the background of the company and the position that you're applying for. Ask yourself" Am I suitable for this kind of job? And do I have any extraordinary skills that I can show to them?" Think of some possible questions that you're going to face and find good answers to those questions. 

    Thirdly, give only the facts and don't tell your life story to them. Give associated answers to the questions. If they want to know about you, you could tell them something that is related to the job which you're applying for. In addition, you may also practice an interview with another person. 

    Last but not least, find someone who could share their experience with you and help you create a realistic interview situation. Experience is a better teacher, most people say. Learn from other people's experience. And one more thing, interview coaching actually has competitive advantages. Find a professional coach in your area. It can cost a little bit but it's worth it for the personalized coaching that you're 

going to receive.

Which is the best title for this passage?

AHow to Prepare for Your Job Interview?

BHow to Get Rid of Your Fear?

CWhat are the "Interview Nerves"?

DWhat to say during an Interview?

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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。

            Rebuilding your broken friendship

    When things are going great with our friends ,life is good .When things are going not so great ,life turns bad ,If you are sure that the friendship is valuable to you, you will have fix the broken friendship . ___16___ Follow our tips to see how it can b done 

    *___17___

    If you think she is still mad and might get angry with you ,or she might need more time to calm down ,sending a letter or email might be the best option(选择) .If your friend is hurt and expecting an apology or to otherwise hear from you ,it might be a good idea to make a phone call or visit in person.

    *.Examine the causes of your broken friendship 

    *___18___.  Was it something one of you said or did .or was there a fight about a complex issue ?Did someone lie ?

    *.Talk to your friend

    It is very important that you straighten things out with your friend as you attempt to repair the friendship ___19___ It can really help your friend understand what you are thinking or feeling .Be sincere and honest about feelings ,and your friend will do the same.

    *Leave the fight in the past

    It ’s common for many people to hold grudges(怨恨) when it comes to past arguments. If you want your friendship to get stronger, you have to put the fight behind  you. ___20___ Only in this way, your friendship can last longer.

    A. A friend in need is a friend indeed

    B. Think what made you become friends

    C. But how can you fix the broken friendship?

    D. Decide how you want to approach your friend. 

    E. Open communication is important to any friendship.

    F. When future conflicts come up, don’t bring up the old fight.

    G. Think about everything that might have done wrong and analyze it

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第二部分: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(ABC 和D) 中,

    In the week before Christmas, one Delta Air Lines pilot gave a sad Arizona family a gift that no one else could .

    Father of three, Jay Short died after a ___21___ with lung cancer on Dec.16. Three days later, his family were attempting to ___22___ to Tennessee for the funeral scheduled for the next morning. But a 90-mintue___23___at the Phoenix airport ___24___them only seven minutes to make their connecting flight in Minnesota. This was our___25___chance to say goodbye to my dad, and if we hadn’t___26___the flight, we would have missed the___27___,”Jay’s daughter said. But when they arrived at the gate, the last plane of the day to Memphis was___28___away from the gate.

    “My son was___29___his arms and pleading with the pilot through the floor-to-ceiling windows, “said Marcia. “I was ___30___and comforting my girls who were also in tears when the phone rang,___31___us that the pilot was returning to the gate to let us ___32___the plane.” Captain Adam saw the___33___on their faces through the gate’s windows and decided to turn the plane around. Airline experts pointed out Adam could have___34___gotten into trouble for the___35___decision,but Delta ___36___the move instead. “This is __37__we’ll take with us, knowing we made a ___38___,” commented Adam.

    This story is an___39___that we can bring humanity back to society. Show care and it may___40___you how far that will go.

21.

    A. competition

    B. symptom

    C. connection

    D. battle

22. 

    A. ride

    B. run                  

    C. flyD. drive

23. 

    A. wait

    B. delay

    C. interval

    D. sleep

24. 

    A. spared

    B. offered

    C. brought

    D. left

25. 

    A. last

    B. slight

    C. rare

    D. proper

26. 

    A. followed

    B. caught

    C. booked

    D. confirmed

27. 

    A. doctor

    B. meeting

    C. pilot

    D. funeral

28. 

    A. keeping

    B. breaking

    C. pulling

    D. getting

29. 

    A. raising

    B. waving

    C. folding

    D. crossing

30. 

    A. struggling

    B. screaming

    C. crying            

    D. praying

31. 

    A. advising

    B. informing

    C. warning

    D. instructing

32. 

    A. land

    B. guide                

    C. change

    D. board

33. 

    A. appreciation

    B. satisfaction

    C. desperation

    D. caution

34. 

    A. easily

    B.merely

    C optionally

    D.deliberately

35. 

    A. careless

    B. unusual

    C. selfless          

    D. unwise

36.

    A. resisted

    B. opposed

    C. praised

    D. sponsored

37. 

    A. nothing

    B. something            

    C. anything

    D. everything

38. 

    A. difference

    B. change

    C. promise

    D. deal

39. 

    A. activity         

    B. event

    C. incident

    D. evidence

40. 

    A. surprise

    B. panic

    C. disappoint

    D. embarrass

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第二节(共10小题海小题1,5分,满分15分)

阅读下面短文,在空白处填人1个适当的单词或括号内单词的正确形式

    China's express delivery volume has topped the world for three consecutive years, contributing 40% to the global ___41___ (grow) of the industry, Ma Junsheng, ___42___is the director general of the country's State Post Bureau, said on World Post Day.

    The business volume and revenue of China's mail service ___43___ (increase) by a factor of 3.6 and 2.7, respectively, since the end of 2012, Ma noted.

    The number of China's online shoppers now accounts for nearly 40% of the country's population, according to statistics ___44___(release) by China's E-Commerce Research Center.

    Thanks ___45___ the rapid development of e-commerce, China has maintained a 50% increase rate of the express delivery industry for five years in a row, handling 100 million parcels each day.

    The surging logistics industry is also pushing express companies ___46___(achieve)___47___(fast)delivery.

    The director general of the bureau's market supervision department pointed out that 84.62% of all parcels shipped less than 1,000 kilometers could ___48___(deliver) within 48 hours.

    Statistics by the bureau show __49__ China handled 17.32 billion express parcels in the first half of 2017, a year-on-year increase of 30.7%. As __50__ result, industry revenue also grew by 27.2% to 21.82 billion yuan.

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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。

    Nowadays Senior 3 students are general faced with a lot of pressure, which is rather common. To reduce it, the followed suggestions may help. 

    First of all, know exactly what lead to your pressure, and then you can take measures to deal with it. Secondly, set up a goal what is not too high, in another words, don't put too much pressure on yourself. Thirdly, find a way to relax you occasionally. For example, you can listen to music, go swim or just simply go walking. Eventually, make friend with others, such as your classmates, your teachers, and your parents. They will understand you and come to your help when you are really in the trouble.

    In word, never get yourself stuck in the pressure for “Impossible is nothing”.

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第二节  书面表达 (满分25分)

    假如你是李华,你的一位外国网友Peter 给你发来e-mail 说他在新华网上看到一则消息:在北京拥挤的地铁里,随处可见人们忙着用手机刷微博、看微信或玩游戏,读的人却很少见。中国是文明古国,有着悠久的阅读传统,而现在很多中国人似乎正在失去读书的兴趣。请就这条消息谈谈你的看法并以电子邮件回复。

内容包括:

1.客观情况;

2.个人看法。

注意: 1.词数100 左右;

            2.可适当增加细节,以使行文连贯;

            3.开头语巳为你写好。

Dear Peter,

I'm glad to receive your e-mail in which you asked me to tell you my opinions about the news.__________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________

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