• 英语 2018年高三重庆市第一次模拟试题
单选题 本大题共15小题,每小题2分,共30分。在每小题给出的4个选项中,有且只有一项是符合题目要求。
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第一节(共15小题;每小题2分,满分30分)

    阅读下列短文,从每题所给的A、B、C和D四个选项中,选出最佳选项。

                                A

    Orlando, the“Theme Park Capital of the world,”has enough to keep your family entertained for weeks. Four Best gives you a description of what each of these parks has to offer.

    Aquatica Orlando

    Aquatica Orlando brings the best of an aquarium(水族馆), zoo, water park and amusement park together into one experience. With 38 slides, 84, 000 acres of white sand beach, you can easily spend the entire day enjoying the Florida sun with your family. Don’t miss the Dolphin Plunge, a clear tube water slide that takes you through the dolphin habitat.

    LEGOLAND Florida

    LEGOLAND Florida, the largest LEGOLAND park in the world, features 50 rides, shows and attractions spread out over the Lego-strewn 150-acres. If you’re traveling with younger kids, LEGOLAND makes a great choice since it’s designed for kids between the ages of 3 and 12. Besides, Buddy is our walk-around character mascot (吉祥物) of the park. He’s tall, yellow, friendly, and loves taking pictures with LEGOLAND Florida guests.

    Discovery Cove

    With guest access restricted to 1,300 per day, Discovery Cove feels more like a resort than a theme park. Without crowds to worry about, you’ll get to enjoy up-close animal meetings with dolphins, sting rays, tropical fish and exotic birds. It’s all-inclusive too, so you won’t have to worry about food, towels or equipment.

    Disney’s Animal Kingdom

    At the Animal Kingdom, Disney changes the concept of a zoological park to something completely new. Here you can take a ride through the wilds of Africa, complete with real animals, raft down the Amazon or ride a runaway train through Mount Everest. The park is home to about 1,500 animals representing 250 species.

Which theme park will parents probably choose for their five-year-old child?

AAquatica Orlando.

BLEGOLAND Florida.

CDiscovery Cove.

DDisney’s Animal Kingdom.

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                                A

    Orlando, the“Theme Park Capital of the world,”has enough to keep your family entertained for weeks. Four Best gives you a description of what each of these parks has to offer.

    Aquatica Orlando

    Aquatica Orlando brings the best of an aquarium(水族馆), zoo, water park and amusement park together into one experience. With 38 slides, 84, 000 acres of white sand beach, you can easily spend the entire day enjoying the Florida sun with your family. Don’t miss the Dolphin Plunge, a clear tube water slide that takes you through the dolphin habitat.

    LEGOLAND Florida

    LEGOLAND Florida, the largest LEGOLAND park in the world, features 50 rides, shows and attractions spread out over the Lego-strewn 150-acres. If you’re traveling with younger kids, LEGOLAND makes a great choice since it’s designed for kids between the ages of 3 and 12. Besides, Buddy is our walk-around character mascot (吉祥物) of the park. He’s tall, yellow, friendly, and loves taking pictures with LEGOLAND Florida guests.

    Discovery Cove

    With guest access restricted to 1,300 per day, Discovery Cove feels more like a resort than a theme park. Without crowds to worry about, you’ll get to enjoy up-close animal meetings with dolphins, sting rays, tropical fish and exotic birds. It’s all-inclusive too, so you won’t have to worry about food, towels or equipment.

    Disney’s Animal Kingdom

    At the Animal Kingdom, Disney changes the concept of a zoological park to something completely new. Here you can take a ride through the wilds of Africa, complete with real animals, raft down the Amazon or ride a runaway train through Mount Everest. The park is home to about 1,500 animals representing 250 species.

What can people do in Disney’s Animal Kingdom?

AEnjoy the Florida sun with their family.

BTake pictures with Buddy.

CWatch tropical fish face to face.

DWatch real animals.

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                                A

    Orlando, the“Theme Park Capital of the world,”has enough to keep your family entertained for weeks. Four Best gives you a description of what each of these parks has to offer.

    Aquatica Orlando

    Aquatica Orlando brings the best of an aquarium(水族馆), zoo, water park and amusement park together into one experience. With 38 slides, 84, 000 acres of white sand beach, you can easily spend the entire day enjoying the Florida sun with your family. Don’t miss the Dolphin Plunge, a clear tube water slide that takes you through the dolphin habitat.

    LEGOLAND Florida

    LEGOLAND Florida, the largest LEGOLAND park in the world, features 50 rides, shows and attractions spread out over the Lego-strewn 150-acres. If you’re traveling with younger kids, LEGOLAND makes a great choice since it’s designed for kids between the ages of 3 and 12. Besides, Buddy is our walk-around character mascot (吉祥物) of the park. He’s tall, yellow, friendly, and loves taking pictures with LEGOLAND Florida guests.

    Discovery Cove

    With guest access restricted to 1,300 per day, Discovery Cove feels more like a resort than a theme park. Without crowds to worry about, you’ll get to enjoy up-close animal meetings with dolphins, sting rays, tropical fish and exotic birds. It’s all-inclusive too, so you won’t have to worry about food, towels or equipment.

    Disney’s Animal Kingdom

    At the Animal Kingdom, Disney changes the concept of a zoological park to something completely new. Here you can take a ride through the wilds of Africa, complete with real animals, raft down the Amazon or ride a runaway train through Mount Everest. The park is home to about 1,500 animals representing 250 species.

What can we know about the four theme parks?

AAquatica Orlando has various entertainment facilities.

BYou must take towels of your own at Discovery Cove.

CLEGOLAND Florida covers an area of 84,000 acres.

DDisney’s Animal Kingdom is based on traditional concept of zoo.

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                                B

    Compassion (同情) is a desire within us to help others. With effort, we can translate compassion into action.An experience last weekend showed me this is true.I work part-time in a supermarket across from a building for the elderly. These old people are our main customers, and it’s not hard to lose patience over their slowness. But last Sunday, one aged gentleman appeared to teach me a valuable lesson. This untidy man walked up to my register (收款机) with a box of biscuits. He said he was out of cash, had just moved into his room, and had nothing in his cupboards. He asked if we could let him have the food on trust. He promised to repay me the next day.

    I couldn’t help staring at him. I wondered what kind of person he had been ten or twenty years before, and what he would be like if fortune had gone his way. I had a hurt in my heart for this kind of human soul, all alone in the world. I told him that I was sorry, but store rules didn’t allow me to do so. I felt stupid and unkind saying this, but I valued my job.

    Just then, another man, standing behind the first, spoke up. If anything, he looked more pitiable.“Charge it to me,” was all he said.

    What I had been feeling was pity. Pity is soft and safe and easy.Compassion, on the other hand, is caring in action. I thanked the second man but told him that was not allowed either. Then I reached into my pocket and paid for the biscuits myself.I reached into my pocket because these two men had reached into my heart and taught me compassion.

The aged gentleman who wanted to buy the biscuits       .

Apromised to obey the store rules.

Bforgot to take his credit card with him.

Choped to have the food first and pay later.

Dcould not afford anything more expensive.

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                                B

    Compassion (同情) is a desire within us to help others. With effort, we can translate compassion into action.An experience last weekend showed me this is true.I work part-time in a supermarket across from a building for the elderly. These old people are our main customers, and it’s not hard to lose patience over their slowness. But last Sunday, one aged gentleman appeared to teach me a valuable lesson. This untidy man walked up to my register (收款机) with a box of biscuits. He said he was out of cash, had just moved into his room, and had nothing in his cupboards. He asked if we could let him have the food on trust. He promised to repay me the next day.

    I couldn’t help staring at him. I wondered what kind of person he had been ten or twenty years before, and what he would be like if fortune had gone his way. I had a hurt in my heart for this kind of human soul, all alone in the world. I told him that I was sorry, but store rules didn’t allow me to do so. I felt stupid and unkind saying this, but I valued my job.

    Just then, another man, standing behind the first, spoke up. If anything, he looked more pitiable.“Charge it to me,” was all he said.

    What I had been feeling was pity. Pity is soft and safe and easy.Compassion, on the other hand, is caring in action. I thanked the second man but told him that was not allowed either. Then I reached into my pocket and paid for the biscuits myself.I reached into my pocket because these two men had reached into my heart and taught me compassion.

Which of the following best describes the old gentleman?

AKind and lucky

BPoor and lonely

CFriendly and helpful

DHurt and disappointed

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                                B

    Compassion (同情) is a desire within us to help others. With effort, we can translate compassion into action.An experience last weekend showed me this is true.I work part-time in a supermarket across from a building for the elderly. These old people are our main customers, and it’s not hard to lose patience over their slowness. But last Sunday, one aged gentleman appeared to teach me a valuable lesson. This untidy man walked up to my register (收款机) with a box of biscuits. He said he was out of cash, had just moved into his room, and had nothing in his cupboards. He asked if we could let him have the food on trust. He promised to repay me the next day.

    I couldn’t help staring at him. I wondered what kind of person he had been ten or twenty years before, and what he would be like if fortune had gone his way. I had a hurt in my heart for this kind of human soul, all alone in the world. I told him that I was sorry, but store rules didn’t allow me to do so. I felt stupid and unkind saying this, but I valued my job.

    Just then, another man, standing behind the first, spoke up. If anything, he looked more pitiable.“Charge it to me,” was all he said.

    What I had been feeling was pity. Pity is soft and safe and easy.Compassion, on the other hand, is caring in action. I thanked the second man but told him that was not allowed either. Then I reached into my pocket and paid for the biscuits myself.I reached into my pocket because these two men had reached into my heart and taught me compassion.

Why did the author refuse the old gentle man’s request first?

AHe wanted to keep his present job.

BHe felt no pity for the old gentleman.

CHe considered the old man dishonest.

DHe expected someone else to pay for the old man.

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                                B

    Compassion (同情) is a desire within us to help others. With effort, we can translate compassion into action.An experience last weekend showed me this is true.I work part-time in a supermarket across from a building for the elderly. These old people are our main customers, and it’s not hard to lose patience over their slowness. But last Sunday, one aged gentleman appeared to teach me a valuable lesson. This untidy man walked up to my register (收款机) with a box of biscuits. He said he was out of cash, had just moved into his room, and had nothing in his cupboards. He asked if we could let him have the food on trust. He promised to repay me the next day.

    I couldn’t help staring at him. I wondered what kind of person he had been ten or twenty years before, and what he would be like if fortune had gone his way. I had a hurt in my heart for this kind of human soul, all alone in the world. I told him that I was sorry, but store rules didn’t allow me to do so. I felt stupid and unkind saying this, but I valued my job.

    Just then, another man, standing behind the first, spoke up. If anything, he looked more pitiable.“Charge it to me,” was all he said.

    What I had been feeling was pity. Pity is soft and safe and easy.Compassion, on the other hand, is caring in action. I thanked the second man but told him that was not allowed either. Then I reached into my pocket and paid for the biscuits myself.I reached into my pocket because these two men had reached into my heart and taught me compassion.

What lesson did the author learn from this experience?

AWealth is most important in older age.

BHelping others is easier said than done.

CPity is better gained through practice.

DObeying the rules means more than compassion.

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                                C    

    Walk through the Amazon rainforest today and you will find it is steamy, warm, damp and thick. But if you had been around 15, 000 years ago, during the last ice age, would it have been the same? For more than 30 years, scientists have been arguing about how rainforests like the Amazon might have reacted to the cold, dry climates of the ice ages, but until now, no one has reached a satisfying answer. 

    Rainforests like the Amazon are important for mopping up CO2 from the atmosphere and helping to slow global warming. Currently the trees in the Amazon take in around 500 million tons of CO2 each year: equal to the total amount of CO2 giving off in the UK each year. But how will the Amazon react to future climate change? If it gets drier, will it still survive and continue to draw down CO2? 

    Scientists hope that they will be able to learn in advance how the rainforest will manage in the future by understanding how rainforests reacted to climate change in the past.Unfortunately, getting into the Amazon rainforest and collecting information are very difficult. To study past climate, scientists need to look at fossilized pollen, kept in lake mud. Going back to the last ice age means drilling deep down into lake sediments (沉淀物) which requires specialized equipment and heavy machinery. There are very few roads and paths, or places to land helicopters and aeroplanes. Rivers tend to be the easiest way to enter the forest, but this still leaves vast areas between the rivers completely unsampled (未取样). So far, only a handful of cores have been drilled that go back to the last ice age and none of them provide enough information to prove how the Amazon rainforest reacts to climate change.
What does the underlined phrase “mopping up” in the second paragraph mean? 

AGiving up

BTaking in

CWiping out

DGiving out

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                                C    

    Walk through the Amazon rainforest today and you will find it is steamy, warm, damp and thick. But if you had been around 15, 000 years ago, during the last ice age, would it have been the same? For more than 30 years, scientists have been arguing about how rainforests like the Amazon might have reacted to the cold, dry climates of the ice ages, but until now, no one has reached a satisfying answer. 

    Rainforests like the Amazon are important for mopping up CO2 from the atmosphere and helping to slow global warming. Currently the trees in the Amazon take in around 500 million tons of CO2 each year: equal to the total amount of CO2 giving off in the UK each year. But how will the Amazon react to future climate change? If it gets drier, will it still survive and continue to draw down CO2? 

    Scientists hope that they will be able to learn in advance how the rainforest will manage in the future by understanding how rainforests reacted to climate change in the past.Unfortunately, getting into the Amazon rainforest and collecting information are very difficult. To study past climate, scientists need to look at fossilized pollen, kept in lake mud. Going back to the last ice age means drilling deep down into lake sediments (沉淀物) which requires specialized equipment and heavy machinery. There are very few roads and paths, or places to land helicopters and aeroplanes. Rivers tend to be the easiest way to enter the forest, but this still leaves vast areas between the rivers completely unsampled (未取样). So far, only a handful of cores have been drilled that go back to the last ice age and none of them provide enough information to prove how the Amazon rainforest reacts to climate change.

How will the Amazon rainforest react to future climate change? 

A It’ll get drier and continue to remove CO2.

BIt’ll remain steamy, warm, damp and thick. 

CIt’ll get warmer and then colder and drier.

DThere is no exact answer up to present.

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                                C    

    Walk through the Amazon rainforest today and you will find it is steamy, warm, damp and thick. But if you had been around 15, 000 years ago, during the last ice age, would it have been the same? For more than 30 years, scientists have been arguing about how rainforests like the Amazon might have reacted to the cold, dry climates of the ice ages, but until now, no one has reached a satisfying answer. 

    Rainforests like the Amazon are important for mopping up CO2 from the atmosphere and helping to slow global warming. Currently the trees in the Amazon take in around 500 million tons of CO2 each year: equal to the total amount of CO2 giving off in the UK each year. But how will the Amazon react to future climate change? If it gets drier, will it still survive and continue to draw down CO2? 

    Scientists hope that they will be able to learn in advance how the rainforest will manage in the future by understanding how rainforests reacted to climate change in the past.Unfortunately, getting into the Amazon rainforest and collecting information are very difficult. To study past climate, scientists need to look at fossilized pollen, kept in lake mud. Going back to the last ice age means drilling deep down into lake sediments (沉淀物) which requires specialized equipment and heavy machinery. There are very few roads and paths, or places to land helicopters and aeroplanes. Rivers tend to be the easiest way to enter the forest, but this still leaves vast areas between the rivers completely unsampled (未取样). So far, only a handful of cores have been drilled that go back to the last ice age and none of them provide enough information to prove how the Amazon rainforest reacts to climate change.

What’s the main idea of the last paragraph?

A It’s hard to collect information for studies of the past climate in the Amazon rainforest.

BIt’s impossible to prove how climate changes in the Amazon rainforest. 

CC. It’s important to drill deep down into lake sediments to collect information. 

DIt’s necessary to have specialized equipment and machinery to study the past climate.

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                                C    

    Walk through the Amazon rainforest today and you will find it is steamy, warm, damp and thick. But if you had been around 15, 000 years ago, during the last ice age, would it have been the same? For more than 30 years, scientists have been arguing about how rainforests like the Amazon might have reacted to the cold, dry climates of the ice ages, but until now, no one has reached a satisfying answer. 

    Rainforests like the Amazon are important for mopping up CO2 from the atmosphere and helping to slow global warming. Currently the trees in the Amazon take in around 500 million tons of CO2 each year: equal to the total amount of CO2 giving off in the UK each year. But how will the Amazon react to future climate change? If it gets drier, will it still survive and continue to draw down CO2? 

    Scientists hope that they will be able to learn in advance how the rainforest will manage in the future by understanding how rainforests reacted to climate change in the past.Unfortunately, getting into the Amazon rainforest and collecting information are very difficult. To study past climate, scientists need to look at fossilized pollen, kept in lake mud. Going back to the last ice age means drilling deep down into lake sediments (沉淀物) which requires specialized equipment and heavy machinery. There are very few roads and paths, or places to land helicopters and aeroplanes. Rivers tend to be the easiest way to enter the forest, but this still leaves vast areas between the rivers completely unsampled (未取样). So far, only a handful of cores have been drilled that go back to the last ice age and none of them provide enough information to prove how the Amazon rainforest reacts to climate change.

What is the best title for this passage?

AStudies of the Rainforests

BClimates of the Amazon

C Secrets of the Ice Age

DChanges of the Rainforests

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                                D

    Food picked up just a few seconds after being dropped is less likely to contain bacteria than if it is left for longer periods of time, according to the findings of research carried out at Aston University’s School of Life and Health Sciences. The findings suggest there may be some scientific basis of the "5-second rule"---- the belief about it being fine to eat food that has only had contact with the floor for five seconds or less. Although people have long followed the “5-second rule”, until now it was unclear whether it actually helped. 

    The study, undertaken by final year Biology students and led by Anthony Hilton, Professor of Microbiology at Aston University, monitored the transfer of the common bacteria from a variety of indoor floor types as carpet, cement floor to toast, pasta, biscuit and a sticky sweet when contact was made from 3 to 30 seconds. The results showed that: time is a significant factor in the transfer of bacteria from a floor surface to a piece of food, and the type of flooring the food has been dropped on has an effect, with bacteria least likely to transfer from carpeted surfaces and most likely to transfer from cement flooring surfaces to moist foods making contact for more than 5 seconds. Professor Hilton said, "Consuming food dropped on the floor still carries an infection risk as it very much depends on which bacteria are present on the floor at the time."

    The Aston team also carried out a survey of the number of people who employ the “five-second rule”. The survey showed that: 87% of the people surveyed said they would eat food dropped on the floor, or already have done so. 55% of those that would, or have eaten food dropped on the floor are women. 81% of the women who would eat food from the floor would follow the “5-second rule”. Professor Hilton added, “Our study showed that a surprisingly large majority of people are happy to consume dropped food, with women the most likely to do so. But they are also more likely to follow the “5-second rule”, which our research has shown to be more than an old wives’ tale.”

Which kind of food is not used in the study?

AToast bread

BItalian noodles

CChips

DSticky candy

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                                D

    Food picked up just a few seconds after being dropped is less likely to contain bacteria than if it is left for longer periods of time, according to the findings of research carried out at Aston University’s School of Life and Health Sciences. The findings suggest there may be some scientific basis of the "5-second rule"---- the belief about it being fine to eat food that has only had contact with the floor for five seconds or less. Although people have long followed the “5-second rule”, until now it was unclear whether it actually helped. 

    The study, undertaken by final year Biology students and led by Anthony Hilton, Professor of Microbiology at Aston University, monitored the transfer of the common bacteria from a variety of indoor floor types as carpet, cement floor to toast, pasta, biscuit and a sticky sweet when contact was made from 3 to 30 seconds. The results showed that: time is a significant factor in the transfer of bacteria from a floor surface to a piece of food, and the type of flooring the food has been dropped on has an effect, with bacteria least likely to transfer from carpeted surfaces and most likely to transfer from cement flooring surfaces to moist foods making contact for more than 5 seconds. Professor Hilton said, "Consuming food dropped on the floor still carries an infection risk as it very much depends on which bacteria are present on the floor at the time."

    The Aston team also carried out a survey of the number of people who employ the “five-second rule”. The survey showed that: 87% of the people surveyed said they would eat food dropped on the floor, or already have done so. 55% of those that would, or have eaten food dropped on the floor are women. 81% of the women who would eat food from the floor would follow the “5-second rule”. Professor Hilton added, “Our study showed that a surprisingly large majority of people are happy to consume dropped food, with women the most likely to do so. But they are also more likely to follow the “5-second rule”, which our research has shown to be more than an old wives’ tale.”

How did Professor Hilton feel after analyzing how many people chose to eat dropped food?

APuzzled

BUpset

CSatisfied

DAstonished

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                                D

    Food picked up just a few seconds after being dropped is less likely to contain bacteria than if it is left for longer periods of time, according to the findings of research carried out at Aston University’s School of Life and Health Sciences. The findings suggest there may be some scientific basis of the "5-second rule"---- the belief about it being fine to eat food that has only had contact with the floor for five seconds or less. Although people have long followed the “5-second rule”, until now it was unclear whether it actually helped. 

    The study, undertaken by final year Biology students and led by Anthony Hilton, Professor of Microbiology at Aston University, monitored the transfer of the common bacteria from a variety of indoor floor types as carpet, cement floor to toast, pasta, biscuit and a sticky sweet when contact was made from 3 to 30 seconds. The results showed that: time is a significant factor in the transfer of bacteria from a floor surface to a piece of food, and the type of flooring the food has been dropped on has an effect, with bacteria least likely to transfer from carpeted surfaces and most likely to transfer from cement flooring surfaces to moist foods making contact for more than 5 seconds. Professor Hilton said, "Consuming food dropped on the floor still carries an infection risk as it very much depends on which bacteria are present on the floor at the time."

    The Aston team also carried out a survey of the number of people who employ the “five-second rule”. The survey showed that: 87% of the people surveyed said they would eat food dropped on the floor, or already have done so. 55% of those that would, or have eaten food dropped on the floor are women. 81% of the women who would eat food from the floor would follow the “5-second rule”. Professor Hilton added, “Our study showed that a surprisingly large majority of people are happy to consume dropped food, with women the most likely to do so. But they are also more likely to follow the “5-second rule”, which our research has shown to be more than an old wives’ tale.”

According to the passage, which of the following is TRUE?

AMost men would follow the “5-second” rule.

BPeople who would eat food dropped on the floor are in the minority.

CBacteria are easier to transfer from cement floors than carpeted surfaces.

DFood dropped on the cement floor is less likely to be polluted than that on the carpet.

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                                D

    Food picked up just a few seconds after being dropped is less likely to contain bacteria than if it is left for longer periods of time, according to the findings of research carried out at Aston University’s School of Life and Health Sciences. The findings suggest there may be some scientific basis of the "5-second rule"---- the belief about it being fine to eat food that has only had contact with the floor for five seconds or less. Although people have long followed the “5-second rule”, until now it was unclear whether it actually helped. 

    The study, undertaken by final year Biology students and led by Anthony Hilton, Professor of Microbiology at Aston University, monitored the transfer of the common bacteria from a variety of indoor floor types as carpet, cement floor to toast, pasta, biscuit and a sticky sweet when contact was made from 3 to 30 seconds. The results showed that: time is a significant factor in the transfer of bacteria from a floor surface to a piece of food, and the type of flooring the food has been dropped on has an effect, with bacteria least likely to transfer from carpeted surfaces and most likely to transfer from cement flooring surfaces to moist foods making contact for more than 5 seconds. Professor Hilton said, "Consuming food dropped on the floor still carries an infection risk as it very much depends on which bacteria are present on the floor at the time."

    The Aston team also carried out a survey of the number of people who employ the “five-second rule”. The survey showed that: 87% of the people surveyed said they would eat food dropped on the floor, or already have done so. 55% of those that would, or have eaten food dropped on the floor are women. 81% of the women who would eat food from the floor would follow the “5-second rule”. Professor Hilton added, “Our study showed that a surprisingly large majority of people are happy to consume dropped food, with women the most likely to do so. But they are also more likely to follow the “5-second rule”, which our research has shown to be more than an old wives’ tale.”

What can be learned from the passage?

AThe food which is dropped on the floor can be eaten safely.

BThe research may provide some scientific evidence to the “5-second rule”.

CThe bacteria have no negative effect on the safety of food.

DPeople surveyed in the research are willing to accept the idea.

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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。

    When living out our daily lives, we’re often filled with too many choices from different things around us, telling us how we can improve ourselves.  36  

    Too much choice is never ideal

    We’re often told that having more would lead to happiness when in actual face, the opposite occurs. The key to avoiding this would be to remove everything that’s currently distracting you.

    Get rid of distractions

    Looking back, the time in which I was the most confused and frustrated was when I had an abundance of choices.  37   Rather than stopping and reviewing my current circumstances, I knew that I had to remove these distractions.

      38  

    After you gain clarity about your current issues, it is now necessary to write milestones for yourself. Having a higher purpose will drive us to improve ourselves better. Look to create larger goals for yourself firmly as it will help guide you in the direction you’ve always wanted.

    Appreciate what you currently have 

      39   It’s human nature to overlook the things we currently have and to feel dissatisfied with them due to having obtained them. Find appreciation in the things you have and in the life you currently lead.

    Be willing to fail

    It is often said that if you’ve never failed, you’ve never lived. And this is something I definitely agree with. Don’t let fear stop you and learn to challenge yourself.  40  

    A. Achieve your aim and goals

    B. Create goals and milestones

    C. People are often faced with too many choices.

    D. It is an opportunity to grow and to become the person you’ve always wanted to be.

    E. The key to growing and becoming a better person is to know what you want clearly.

    F. People often lose sight of the things around them, causing them to be worried from time to time.

    G. Life and routine suddenly became distractions and I found myself coping carelessly every day.

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第一节(共20小题;每小题1.5分,满分30分)

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

    It was my first day to Miss Hargrove’s seventh grade. Past “newcomer” experiences had been difficult, so I was very  41   to fit in. After being introduced to the class, I bravely put on a smile and  42   my seat.

    Lunchtime was a(n)  43   surprise when the girls all crowded around my table. They were friendly, so I began to  44  . My new classmates told me about the school, the teachers and the other kids. They  45   out the class nerd (书呆子) to me: Mary Lou. She was a pretty girl with dark eyes and olive-skin,  46   she wore a long woolen skirt and an old-fashioned blouse. She looked stupid. The girls whispered and laughed  47   Mary Lou walked by. She ate alone.

    After school, the girls invited me to  48   them in front of the school. I was  49   to be a member of the club. We waited. For what, I didn’t know. Then Mary Lou came down the school steps. The girls started  50   her, shouting rudely, biting comments. I  51  , and then joined right in. Mean remarks  52   from my lips. No one could tell I’d never done this before. The other girls stepped back and started cheering for me. Feeling 53  , I pulled on her backpack and then pushed her. Her backpack broke, Mary Lou fell and I backed off. Everyone was laughing. I  54  in. I was a leader.

    I was not proud. Something inside me hurt. If you’ve ever picked a wing off a butterfly, you know how I felt. Mary Lou got up, gathered her books and left without a tear or saying anything. She held her head  55   as blood ran down from her knee. I  56   her struggle away down the street.

    I turned to leave with my  57   friends and noticed a man standing beside his car. He must have been Mary Lou’s father ---- he had the same olive skin, dark hair and handsome look. He remained still and watched the  58   girl walk toward him. Only his eyes ---- shining with both sadness and pride ---- followed. As I passed, he looked at me in silence with burning tears that reminded me of my  59  .

Mary Lou’s father’s eyes taught me a good lesson that day. I never again hurt someone for my own  60  .

41. 

    A. anxious

    B. excited

    C. frightened

    D. curious

42. 

    A. reserved

    B. had

    C. put

    D. took

43. 

    A. terrible

    B. pleasant

    C. disappointing

    D. expected

44. 

    A. read

    B. hesitate

    C. relax

    D. suspect

45. 

    A. picked

    B. pointed

    C. worked

    D. found

46. 

    A. because

    B. so

    C. and

    D. but

47. 

    A. as

    B. before

    C. until

    D. since

48. 

    A. play

    B. join

    C. ask

    D. study

49. 

    A. scared

    B. careful

    C. thrilled

    D. afraid

50. 

    A. speaking well of

    B. making fun of

    C. looking up to

    D. going back to

51. 

    A. paused

    B. refused

    C. hurried

    D. escaped

52. 

    A. said

    B. received

    C. spoke

    D. fell

53. 

    A. ashamed

    B. guilty

    C. encouraged

    D. enthusiastic

54. 

    A. turned

    B. went

    C. took

    D. fitted

55. 

    A. cautiously

    B. casually

    C. lowly

    D. high

56. 

    A. watched

    B. heard

    C. glared

    D. sensed 

57. 

    A. caring

    B. laughing

    C. puzzling

    D. satisfying

58. 

    A. silly

    B. only

    C. lonely

    D. friendly

59. 

    A. pain

    B. pity

    C. weakness

    D. shame

60. 

    A. loss

    B. gain

    C. effort

    D. duty

   

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第二节(共10小题;每小题1.5分,满分15分)

    阅读下面短文,在空白处填入1个适当的单词或括号内单词的正确形式。

    Beijing’s Forbidden City is a place full  61   wonder. From its thousands of rooms to its many beautiful artifacts (工艺品), it’s one of China’s most popular tourist  62  (destination). But even more than 600 years after it was built, it’s still managing to serve up surprises. Since  63   Ming Dynasty, it’s estimated that the Forbidden City  64   (survive) more than 200 earthquakes. And while most structures aren’t made  65   (resist) natural disasters, it seems that the Forbidden City was built to stand up to anything. According to experts, the answer to the Forbidden City’s strength  66   (lie) in Dougong ---- a centuries-old building method  67   (invent) in China. This is the name for special structures on buildings that are perfect at  68   (keep) structures together  69   the weather gets rough. The Forbidden City draws visitors because of its rich history and  70   (culture) significance, but perhaps it should add one more thing to its list of attractions: earthquake shelter.

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第一节(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:在错的词下画一横线,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。

    I’m gladly to receive your novel. Thank you for such lovely a gift, for I had been expecting it for a long time. This novel offers to me more understanding of American society and daily life. I know you’re interesting in Chinese festivals, and therefore I have chosen an album of paper cutting for you. Paper cutting is unique form of Chinese cultural relics, that is often used as a decoration for a joyful atmosphere. I hope it will bring happiness and lucks to your family as it always did in China. 

    I’m expecting you to come to China and experience the rich culture on person.

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第二节 书面表达(满分25分)

     假设你是李华,是一名高三学生。最近,你校广播站面向全体学生招募两名英语播音员(announcer)。你很想尝试一下,请根据下面的要点写一封自荐信。

    1.自我介绍和写信的目的;

    2.自身优势;

    3.希望被录取。

    注意:1.词数100左右;

              2.可以适当增加细节,以使行文连贯;

              3.开头和结尾已给出。

Dear Mr Li,

_______________________________________________________________________

                                                Yours,

                                                Li Hua

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