• 英语 遵义市2018年高三贵州省第一次模拟试题
单选题 本大题共15小题,每小题2分,共30分。在每小题给出的4个选项中,有且只有一项是符合题目要求。
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第一节(共15小题;每小题2分,满分30分)

    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

    For the business traveler who’s all about efficiency: check out these hotels that will get you in and out with a minimum trouble.

    When you’re pressed for time on a business trip, nothing can infuriate you more than a slow hotel check-in process. On your next trip, try these hotels that offer a speedier check-in process.

    ◆ Marriott Detroit Airport

    Another option for business travelers in a hurry: Marriott is rolling out its mobile check-in app to 325 hotels this year, including the Marriott Detroit Airport hotel. (I’ve tested the app itself but not for a real visit quite yet.) here is the basic idea: you download the iPhone or Android app. The night before, you can “check-in” virtually. When you arrive, you get an alert that the room is ready and your key, which is already tied to your reservation, is waiting for you at the desk. 

    ◆Hyatt Regency Minneapolis 

    I happened to stay at this hotel recently and liked how fast the kiosk check-in works. The kiosk asks you to insert your credit card, similar to an airport terminal. The whole process took about 3 minutes. When I left, I was equally impressed with the fast check-out: An agent meets you in the lobby with, an iPad and asks for an email to use for a receipt. The big advantage: you never have to wait in line.

    ◆Radisson LaCrosse

    The Radisson is trying to make the kiosk process even faster. At a few select hotels like the Radisson Lacrosse in Wisconsin,you use a mobile app to register and then receive a barcode by email or text. When you get to the kiosk, you can scan the barcode to get your key without any other steps required. It’s super fast. You can find this new check-in system at the Radisson hotels in Salt Lake City, Seattle, and Phoenix as well.

What does the word ‘infuriate’, in Paragraph 2 most probably mean?

Aannoy

Bremind

Camuse

Dimpress

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                                  A

    For the business traveler who’s all about efficiency: check out these hotels that will get you in and out with a minimum trouble.

    When you’re pressed for time on a business trip, nothing can infuriate you more than a slow hotel check-in process. On your next trip, try these hotels that offer a speedier check-in process.

    ◆ Marriott Detroit Airport

    Another option for business travelers in a hurry: Marriott is rolling out its mobile check-in app to 325 hotels this year, including the Marriott Detroit Airport hotel. (I’ve tested the app itself but not for a real visit quite yet.) here is the basic idea: you download the iPhone or Android app. The night before, you can “check-in” virtually. When you arrive, you get an alert that the room is ready and your key, which is already tied to your reservation, is waiting for you at the desk. 

    ◆Hyatt Regency Minneapolis 

    I happened to stay at this hotel recently and liked how fast the kiosk check-in works. The kiosk asks you to insert your credit card, similar to an airport terminal. The whole process took about 3 minutes. When I left, I was equally impressed with the fast check-out: An agent meets you in the lobby with, an iPad and asks for an email to use for a receipt. The big advantage: you never have to wait in line.

    ◆Radisson LaCrosse

    The Radisson is trying to make the kiosk process even faster. At a few select hotels like the Radisson Lacrosse in Wisconsin,you use a mobile app to register and then receive a barcode by email or text. When you get to the kiosk, you can scan the barcode to get your key without any other steps required. It’s super fast. You can find this new check-in system at the Radisson hotels in Salt Lake City, Seattle, and Phoenix as well.

Which two hotels offer a mobile app for customers to check in?

AMarriott Detroit Airport and Yotel New York.

BMarriott Detroit Airport and Radisson LaCrosse.

CMarriott Detroit Airport and Hyatt Regency Minneapolis.

DHyatt Regency Minneapolis and Radisson LaCrosse.

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                                  A

    For the business traveler who’s all about efficiency: check out these hotels that will get you in and out with a minimum trouble.

    When you’re pressed for time on a business trip, nothing can infuriate you more than a slow hotel check-in process. On your next trip, try these hotels that offer a speedier check-in process.

    ◆ Marriott Detroit Airport

    Another option for business travelers in a hurry: Marriott is rolling out its mobile check-in app to 325 hotels this year, including the Marriott Detroit Airport hotel. (I’ve tested the app itself but not for a real visit quite yet.) here is the basic idea: you download the iPhone or Android app. The night before, you can “check-in” virtually. When you arrive, you get an alert that the room is ready and your key, which is already tied to your reservation, is waiting for you at the desk. 

    ◆Hyatt Regency Minneapolis 

    I happened to stay at this hotel recently and liked how fast the kiosk check-in works. The kiosk asks you to insert your credit card, similar to an airport terminal. The whole process took about 3 minutes. When I left, I was equally impressed with the fast check-out: An agent meets you in the lobby with, an iPad and asks for an email to use for a receipt. The big advantage: you never have to wait in line.

    ◆Radisson LaCrosse

    The Radisson is trying to make the kiosk process even faster. At a few select hotels like the Radisson Lacrosse in Wisconsin,you use a mobile app to register and then receive a barcode by email or text. When you get to the kiosk, you can scan the barcode to get your key without any other steps required. It’s super fast. You can find this new check-in system at the Radisson hotels in Salt Lake City, Seattle, and Phoenix as well.

Which hotel will send you a receipt by email?

AYotel New York.

BMarriott Detroit Airport.

CRadisson LaCrosse.

DHyatt Regency Minneapolis.

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                                  A

    For the business traveler who’s all about efficiency: check out these hotels that will get you in and out with a minimum trouble.

    When you’re pressed for time on a business trip, nothing can infuriate you more than a slow hotel check-in process. On your next trip, try these hotels that offer a speedier check-in process.

    ◆ Marriott Detroit Airport

    Another option for business travelers in a hurry: Marriott is rolling out its mobile check-in app to 325 hotels this year, including the Marriott Detroit Airport hotel. (I’ve tested the app itself but not for a real visit quite yet.) here is the basic idea: you download the iPhone or Android app. The night before, you can “check-in” virtually. When you arrive, you get an alert that the room is ready and your key, which is already tied to your reservation, is waiting for you at the desk. 

    ◆Hyatt Regency Minneapolis 

    I happened to stay at this hotel recently and liked how fast the kiosk check-in works. The kiosk asks you to insert your credit card, similar to an airport terminal. The whole process took about 3 minutes. When I left, I was equally impressed with the fast check-out: An agent meets you in the lobby with, an iPad and asks for an email to use for a receipt. The big advantage: you never have to wait in line.

    ◆Radisson LaCrosse

    The Radisson is trying to make the kiosk process even faster. At a few select hotels like the Radisson Lacrosse in Wisconsin,you use a mobile app to register and then receive a barcode by email or text. When you get to the kiosk, you can scan the barcode to get your key without any other steps required. It’s super fast. You can find this new check-in system at the Radisson hotels in Salt Lake City, Seattle, and Phoenix as well.

What is the best title for the passage?

AChecking out the hotels will make you in trouble

BThree hotels that will make your life easier

CTry these hotels that offer you comfort

DHotels for the travelers

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                                  B

    It was a delightful family reunion at our lake cabin in Longville, Minnesota. My parents came from their home to spend the summer reconnecting with three generations. It was a week of happiness that my mother enjoyed from her wheelchair.

    Her six-year-old great-grandchild, Joy, seemed to understand she was fragile, and she would always slow down whenever she was close to her. She knew her arms weren’t strong enough to hold her, so she would lean gently into her lap and press her head against her chest. At night, after she was helped into bed, Joy would flash her sweet smile and hug her great-grandma for a goodnight kiss.

    One day, the women decided to go into town for a ladies’ coffee outing. We campaigned for my mother to go with us. “No, no,” she said with her limited speech ability. But we kept insisting, explaining it wouldn’t be as fun and definitely not complete without her. When she finally agreed, we all cheered.

    My daughters wheeled her to the van. I said to Joy, “Come on, Joy, jump into my car.” She climbed into my car and set her pink coin bag on her lap.

    “Grandma, how much will my coffee cost?” she asked, concerned.=“Sweetie, it’s my treat. I want to celebrate you.”

    “When you were my age, could great-grandma walk?”

    “She sure could. She walked me to school. I remember my mother cooked at the stove and the smell of coffee mixed with the warmth of breakfast.”

    “That’s why you’re so happy to bring great-grandma to coffee. You want to celebrate her,” Joy smiled.

    We entered the Common Coffee and found a large table and then I went to the counter to choose our coffee flavors. It was while I was waiting for Joy’s drink that I noticed her little hand reaching up to the counter to place her coins, 87 cents altogether.

    “I want to celebrate great-grandma, too,” announced Joy.

The summer week was pleasant because      .

Athe author went to visit her parents

Bthe women often went out for coffee

Cfour generations reunited in the author’s home

Dthe author’s family had a good time on the beach

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                                  B

    It was a delightful family reunion at our lake cabin in Longville, Minnesota. My parents came from their home to spend the summer reconnecting with three generations. It was a week of happiness that my mother enjoyed from her wheelchair.

    Her six-year-old great-grandchild, Joy, seemed to understand she was fragile, and she would always slow down whenever she was close to her. She knew her arms weren’t strong enough to hold her, so she would lean gently into her lap and press her head against her chest. At night, after she was helped into bed, Joy would flash her sweet smile and hug her great-grandma for a goodnight kiss.

    One day, the women decided to go into town for a ladies’ coffee outing. We campaigned for my mother to go with us. “No, no,” she said with her limited speech ability. But we kept insisting, explaining it wouldn’t be as fun and definitely not complete without her. When she finally agreed, we all cheered.

    My daughters wheeled her to the van. I said to Joy, “Come on, Joy, jump into my car.” She climbed into my car and set her pink coin bag on her lap.

    “Grandma, how much will my coffee cost?” she asked, concerned.=“Sweetie, it’s my treat. I want to celebrate you.”

    “When you were my age, could great-grandma walk?”

    “She sure could. She walked me to school. I remember my mother cooked at the stove and the smell of coffee mixed with the warmth of breakfast.”

    “That’s why you’re so happy to bring great-grandma to coffee. You want to celebrate her,” Joy smiled.

    We entered the Common Coffee and found a large table and then I went to the counter to choose our coffee flavors. It was while I was waiting for Joy’s drink that I noticed her little hand reaching up to the counter to place her coins, 87 cents altogether.

    “I want to celebrate great-grandma, too,” announced Joy.

What can we know from Paragraph 3?

AJoy cared for great-grandma.

BJoy felt interested in great-grandma’s past life.

CGreat-grandma offered to join in the outing activity.

DGreat-grandma was eventually willing to attend the coffee outing.

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                                  B

    It was a delightful family reunion at our lake cabin in Longville, Minnesota. My parents came from their home to spend the summer reconnecting with three generations. It was a week of happiness that my mother enjoyed from her wheelchair.

    Her six-year-old great-grandchild, Joy, seemed to understand she was fragile, and she would always slow down whenever she was close to her. She knew her arms weren’t strong enough to hold her, so she would lean gently into her lap and press her head against her chest. At night, after she was helped into bed, Joy would flash her sweet smile and hug her great-grandma for a goodnight kiss.

    One day, the women decided to go into town for a ladies’ coffee outing. We campaigned for my mother to go with us. “No, no,” she said with her limited speech ability. But we kept insisting, explaining it wouldn’t be as fun and definitely not complete without her. When she finally agreed, we all cheered.

    My daughters wheeled her to the van. I said to Joy, “Come on, Joy, jump into my car.” She climbed into my car and set her pink coin bag on her lap.

    “Grandma, how much will my coffee cost?” she asked, concerned.=“Sweetie, it’s my treat. I want to celebrate you.”

    “When you were my age, could great-grandma walk?”

    “She sure could. She walked me to school. I remember my mother cooked at the stove and the smell of coffee mixed with the warmth of breakfast.”

    “That’s why you’re so happy to bring great-grandma to coffee. You want to celebrate her,” Joy smiled.

    We entered the Common Coffee and found a large table and then I went to the counter to choose our coffee flavors. It was while I was waiting for Joy’s drink that I noticed her little hand reaching up to the counter to place her coins, 87 cents altogether.

    “I want to celebrate great-grandma, too,” announced Joy.

How does the author write about Joy as a reasonable child?

ABy analyzing Joy’s character.

BBy recording her conversation with Joy.

CBy giving examples of Joy’s acts of kindness.

DBy stating the comments from great-grandma.

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                                  B

    It was a delightful family reunion at our lake cabin in Longville, Minnesota. My parents came from their home to spend the summer reconnecting with three generations. It was a week of happiness that my mother enjoyed from her wheelchair.

    Her six-year-old great-grandchild, Joy, seemed to understand she was fragile, and she would always slow down whenever she was close to her. She knew her arms weren’t strong enough to hold her, so she would lean gently into her lap and press her head against her chest. At night, after she was helped into bed, Joy would flash her sweet smile and hug her great-grandma for a goodnight kiss.

    One day, the women decided to go into town for a ladies’ coffee outing. We campaigned for my mother to go with us. “No, no,” she said with her limited speech ability. But we kept insisting, explaining it wouldn’t be as fun and definitely not complete without her. When she finally agreed, we all cheered.

    My daughters wheeled her to the van. I said to Joy, “Come on, Joy, jump into my car.” She climbed into my car and set her pink coin bag on her lap.

    “Grandma, how much will my coffee cost?” she asked, concerned.=“Sweetie, it’s my treat. I want to celebrate you.”

    “When you were my age, could great-grandma walk?”

    “She sure could. She walked me to school. I remember my mother cooked at the stove and the smell of coffee mixed with the warmth of breakfast.”

    “That’s why you’re so happy to bring great-grandma to coffee. You want to celebrate her,” Joy smiled.

    We entered the Common Coffee and found a large table and then I went to the counter to choose our coffee flavors. It was while I was waiting for Joy’s drink that I noticed her little hand reaching up to the counter to place her coins, 87 cents altogether.

    “I want to celebrate great-grandma, too,” announced Joy.

Why does Joy want to celebrate her great-grandma?

ATo avoid being left at home.

BTo catch great-grandma’s eye.

CTo tell a secret to great-grandma.

DTo express her love for great-grandma.

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                                C

    How do you deal with plastic bags from the supermarket? Throw them away or reuse them? How about eating them?

    Indian company EnviGreen has made a bag with natural ingredients (成分). It looks and feels just like plastic, but can be broken down easily. The bags bring no harm to the environment. Both humans and animals can safely eat them.

    EnviGreen founder Ashwath Hedge spent four years doing experiments with a combination of 12 natural ingredients. They include potato, corn, vegetable oil and banana. He made the ingredients into liquid and used the liquid to make the bag. Although the EnviGreen bag is about 35 percent more expensive than a common plastic bag, it has many advantages. According to the Wall Street Journal, it takes 1,000 years for common plastic bags to break down. But an EnviGreen bag can naturally break down in less than 180 days. It also breaks down in less than a day in water, and in about 15 seconds in boiling water. Hedge was happy to show it in his interview with The Better India. In the interview, he put an EnviGreen bag in water and ate it with a smile.

    According to India’s Minister of State for Atmosphere, Forest and Weather Change, the country produces more than 15,000 tons of plastic waste every day. But only 9,000 tons are processed. In China, 3 billion plastic bags are used every day. Maybe the EnviGreen hag could be a solution to the world problem of plastic pollution.

Why is the EnviGreen bag eatable?

ABecause it looks like plastic.

BBecause it can be broken down easily.

CBecause it consists of natural ingredients.

DBecause it does no harm to the environment.

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                                C

    How do you deal with plastic bags from the supermarket? Throw them away or reuse them? How about eating them?

    Indian company EnviGreen has made a bag with natural ingredients (成分). It looks and feels just like plastic, but can be broken down easily. The bags bring no harm to the environment. Both humans and animals can safely eat them.

    EnviGreen founder Ashwath Hedge spent four years doing experiments with a combination of 12 natural ingredients. They include potato, corn, vegetable oil and banana. He made the ingredients into liquid and used the liquid to make the bag. Although the EnviGreen bag is about 35 percent more expensive than a common plastic bag, it has many advantages. According to the Wall Street Journal, it takes 1,000 years for common plastic bags to break down. But an EnviGreen bag can naturally break down in less than 180 days. It also breaks down in less than a day in water, and in about 15 seconds in boiling water. Hedge was happy to show it in his interview with The Better India. In the interview, he put an EnviGreen bag in water and ate it with a smile.

    According to India’s Minister of State for Atmosphere, Forest and Weather Change, the country produces more than 15,000 tons of plastic waste every day. But only 9,000 tons are processed. In China, 3 billion plastic bags are used every day. Maybe the EnviGreen hag could be a solution to the world problem of plastic pollution.

If a common plastic bag costs ¥ 0.5, what’s the price of an EnviGreen bag?

A¥ 0.85.

B¥ 0.675.

C¥ 0.65.

D¥ 0.475.

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                                C

    How do you deal with plastic bags from the supermarket? Throw them away or reuse them? How about eating them?

    Indian company EnviGreen has made a bag with natural ingredients (成分). It looks and feels just like plastic, but can be broken down easily. The bags bring no harm to the environment. Both humans and animals can safely eat them.

    EnviGreen founder Ashwath Hedge spent four years doing experiments with a combination of 12 natural ingredients. They include potato, corn, vegetable oil and banana. He made the ingredients into liquid and used the liquid to make the bag. Although the EnviGreen bag is about 35 percent more expensive than a common plastic bag, it has many advantages. According to the Wall Street Journal, it takes 1,000 years for common plastic bags to break down. But an EnviGreen bag can naturally break down in less than 180 days. It also breaks down in less than a day in water, and in about 15 seconds in boiling water. Hedge was happy to show it in his interview with The Better India. In the interview, he put an EnviGreen bag in water and ate it with a smile.

    According to India’s Minister of State for Atmosphere, Forest and Weather Change, the country produces more than 15,000 tons of plastic waste every day. But only 9,000 tons are processed. In China, 3 billion plastic bags are used every day. Maybe the EnviGreen hag could be a solution to the world problem of plastic pollution.

Which sentence can describe Ashwath Hedge’s experiment?

AIt took him less than four years to succeed.

BHe made a special liquid to form the material.

CHe combined 4 kinds of food to create the EnviGreen bag.

DThe EnviGreen bag can naturally break down in 15 seconds.

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                                C

    How do you deal with plastic bags from the supermarket? Throw them away or reuse them? How about eating them?

    Indian company EnviGreen has made a bag with natural ingredients (成分). It looks and feels just like plastic, but can be broken down easily. The bags bring no harm to the environment. Both humans and animals can safely eat them.

    EnviGreen founder Ashwath Hedge spent four years doing experiments with a combination of 12 natural ingredients. They include potato, corn, vegetable oil and banana. He made the ingredients into liquid and used the liquid to make the bag. Although the EnviGreen bag is about 35 percent more expensive than a common plastic bag, it has many advantages. According to the Wall Street Journal, it takes 1,000 years for common plastic bags to break down. But an EnviGreen bag can naturally break down in less than 180 days. It also breaks down in less than a day in water, and in about 15 seconds in boiling water. Hedge was happy to show it in his interview with The Better India. In the interview, he put an EnviGreen bag in water and ate it with a smile.

    According to India’s Minister of State for Atmosphere, Forest and Weather Change, the country produces more than 15,000 tons of plastic waste every day. But only 9,000 tons are processed. In China, 3 billion plastic bags are used every day. Maybe the EnviGreen hag could be a solution to the world problem of plastic pollution.

What can we infer from the last paragraph?

APlastic pollution can be controlled with combined efforts.

BIndia has benefited a lot from adopting the EnviGreen bag.

CChinese government has paid attention to plastic pollution.

DPlastic pollution is a severe problem in some developing countries.

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                                  D

    In the United States, employees typically work five days a week for eight hours each day. However, many employees want to work a four-day week and are willing to accept less pay in order to do so.

    If a law required companies to offer their employees the option of working a four-day workweek for four-fifths of their normal pay, it would benefit the economy as a whole as well as the individual companies and the employees who would decide to take the option. The shortened workweek would increase company profits because employees would feel more rested and quicker, and as a result, they would make fewer costly errors in their work. More staff would be hired to ensure the accomplishment of the same amount of work, but it would not result in additional pay that the company has to prepare for these people. It is because four-day employees would only be paid 80 percent of the normal rate. In the end, companies would have fewer overworked and error-prone(容易出错的)employees for the same money, which would increase company profits.

    For the country as a whole, one of the primary benefits of offering this option to employees is that it would reduce unemployment rates. If many full-time employees started working fewer hours,  some of their workload would have to be given to others. Thus, for every four employees who would go on an 80 percent week, a new employee could be hired at the 80 percent rate.

    Finally, the option of a four-day workweek would be better for individual employees. Employees who could afford a lower salary in exchange for more free time could improve the quality of their lives by spending the extra time with their families, pursuing private interests, or enjoying leisure activities.

To take the option, the employees would like to        .

Awork longer

Bgive up private interests

Cget less pay

Dmake fewer costly errors

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                                  D

    In the United States, employees typically work five days a week for eight hours each day. However, many employees want to work a four-day week and are willing to accept less pay in order to do so.

    If a law required companies to offer their employees the option of working a four-day workweek for four-fifths of their normal pay, it would benefit the economy as a whole as well as the individual companies and the employees who would decide to take the option. The shortened workweek would increase company profits because employees would feel more rested and quicker, and as a result, they would make fewer costly errors in their work. More staff would be hired to ensure the accomplishment of the same amount of work, but it would not result in additional pay that the company has to prepare for these people. It is because four-day employees would only be paid 80 percent of the normal rate. In the end, companies would have fewer overworked and error-prone(容易出错的)employees for the same money, which would increase company profits.

    For the country as a whole, one of the primary benefits of offering this option to employees is that it would reduce unemployment rates. If many full-time employees started working fewer hours,  some of their workload would have to be given to others. Thus, for every four employees who would go on an 80 percent week, a new employee could be hired at the 80 percent rate.

    Finally, the option of a four-day workweek would be better for individual employees. Employees who could afford a lower salary in exchange for more free time could improve the quality of their lives by spending the extra time with their families, pursuing private interests, or enjoying leisure activities.

What would be one benefit from taking the option?

AEmployees in companies needn’t work overtime.

BMore work would be completed better in advance.

COne-fifth of the pay would be saved by companies.

DHigher efficiency would bring profits to companies.

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                                  D

    In the United States, employees typically work five days a week for eight hours each day. However, many employees want to work a four-day week and are willing to accept less pay in order to do so.

    If a law required companies to offer their employees the option of working a four-day workweek for four-fifths of their normal pay, it would benefit the economy as a whole as well as the individual companies and the employees who would decide to take the option. The shortened workweek would increase company profits because employees would feel more rested and quicker, and as a result, they would make fewer costly errors in their work. More staff would be hired to ensure the accomplishment of the same amount of work, but it would not result in additional pay that the company has to prepare for these people. It is because four-day employees would only be paid 80 percent of the normal rate. In the end, companies would have fewer overworked and error-prone(容易出错的)employees for the same money, which would increase company profits.

    For the country as a whole, one of the primary benefits of offering this option to employees is that it would reduce unemployment rates. If many full-time employees started working fewer hours,  some of their workload would have to be given to others. Thus, for every four employees who would go on an 80 percent week, a new employee could be hired at the 80 percent rate.

    Finally, the option of a four-day workweek would be better for individual employees. Employees who could afford a lower salary in exchange for more free time could improve the quality of their lives by spending the extra time with their families, pursuing private interests, or enjoying leisure activities.

What does the author agree with?

AEmployees will earn more money.

BMore people will have chances to work.

COne out of four employees will be hired soon.

DA law will he passed to offer employees the option.

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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。

    Making decisions about parenting is difficult. There are many ideas and opinions around, but parents never really know what will be good or bad for a child. __16__ However, parental instinct(直觉)and knowledge should always come first.

    Parents are the most influential examples to children. Parents who praise their kids and show respect, kindness, honesty, friendliness, hospitality and generosity in the family at all times, will encourage them to behave in the same way. __17__

    A very important thing when bringing up a child is to try not to influence their minds with parents'. __18__ Parents should never live their life through their children or force children to fulfill their own unrealized dreams. But still parents can play a very important role in allowing the child's intelligence to develop.

    __19__ Through discipline(纪律)the child learns that some kinds of behavior are acceptable and others are not. Setting boundaries helps children to learn how to behave outside their property.

    When discussing a problem that concerns a child, in some senses it is important to involve children in the problem-solving process. __20__ Be open to the child's suggestions and take them into consideration. A child experiencing this kind of open and easy communication in the family, will become very confident and learn the rules of good communication.

    A. It can be very useful to value others' opinions.

    B. Just encourage them to be intelligent, to be aware.

    C. Set limitations on children's behavior when necessary.

    D. The possible solution must be found together with a child.

    E. Parents should encourage their children to try something new.

    F. Children should speak out their problems actively and bravely.

    G. Children can learn a lot about how to behave by copying their parents.

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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和D)四个选项中,选出可以填入空白处的最佳选项。

    I had my first chocolate bar at five. I’ll never forget the delicious, comforting  21  . During World War Ⅱ, when the Russian army swept west  22   Nazi Germany, many people in Taurage escaped  23  . A nice lady took me to Hamburg on her way of  24  , where I lived on the streets alone, like thousands of oilier children in that war-torn city. I  25   by stealing food. But there was  26   enough. I was skin and bones,  27   to starving.

    Then the American troops arrived, who looked big and healthy.  28   food from them was easy. One afternoon I was  29   food in a mess tent, an American soldier lifted me up by the collar. I was  30  , and I could see it upset him. To my surprise, he said, “Here, have some of this.” He reached into his jacket and handed me a chocolate bar. I took a small  31  . I thought I’d gone to heaven.

    The soldier took me to an orphanage (孤儿院)  32   by the Red Cross. Later I was sent to an orphanage in America and soon after a family  33   me. Again, as with that first taste of  34  , it was as if I’d gone to heaven. Grown up, I got a(n)  35  , treating the troubled soldiers.  36   the soldiers sat in my office and wondered how I could possibly understand them or help  37   their pain, I would tell them my  38  , and about the American soldier God sent to save my life.

    “I never  39   his name, but I remember his kindness.” I said. And then I opened a drawer in my desk that was always  40   and offered them some chocolate.

21. 

    A. smell            

    B. diet                

    C. taste                

    D. touch

22. 

    A. toward            

    B. with                

    C. by                

    D. through

23. 

    A. in order            

    B. in panic            

    C. at present            

    D. at war

24. 

    A. sheltering        

    B. handling            

    C. disappearing        

    D. fleeing

25. 

    A. survived        

    B. experienced            

    C. adjusted            

    D. wandered

26. 

    A. ever            

    B. still                

    C. never                

    D. even

27. 

    A. familiar            

    B. close                

    C. similar                

    D. sensitive

28. 

    A. Begging        

    B. Demanding            

    C. Applying            

    D. Stealing

29. 

    A. searching for        

    B. preparing for        

    C. waiting for            

    D. longing for

30. 

    A. puzzled            

    B. scared                

    C. disappointed        

    D. astonished

31. 

    A. handful            

    B. drop                

    C. bite                

    D. bar

32. 

    A. served            

    B. raised                

    C. powered            

    D. run

33. 

    A. adapted            

    B. adopted            

    C. arranged            

    D. abandoned

34. 

    A. fruit            

    B. soup                

    C. chocolate            

    D. ice-cream

35. 

    A. profession        

    B. education            

    C. introduction        

    D. organization

36. 

    A. However        

    B. Whoever            

    C. Whenever            

    D. Whatever

37. 

    A. feel            

    B. describe            

    C. ease                

    D. suffer

38. 

    A. advice            

    B. story                

    C. belief                

    D. ability

39. 

    A. learn            

    B. change                

    C. consider            

    D. forget

40. 

    A. rough            

    B. empty                

    C. smooth            

    D. full

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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。

    Classical Chinese poetry is traditional Chinese poetry  41  (write) in Classic Chinese and typified by certain traditional forms. Many 42  (poem) come from particular historical periods, such as the poetry of the Tang Dynasty and the verse of Song Dynasty.  43  (it)existence dates back to at least as early as the publication of the Classic of Poetry or Shijing. There are  44    (vary)combinations of forms and genres, most of  45   arose at the end of the Tang Dynasty.

    Development of Classical Chinese poetry  46   (active)continued up to the year of 1919, when the May Fourth Movement  47  (take) place, and is still popular even today. Classical Poetry created during this 2,500 year period has been developing continuously,  48  (produce)a great deal of diversity-classified by both major historical periods  49  dynastic periods.

    Of the key aspects of Classical Chinese poetry is its close inter-relationship with other forms of Chinese art, such as Chinese painting and Chinese calligraphy(书法). Classical Chinese poetry has proven to have a strong influence   50   poetry worldwide.

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第一节:短文改错(共10小题;每小题1分,满分10分)

    假定英语课上英语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。

    注意:1.每处错误及其修改均限一词。

            2.只允许修改10处,多者(从第11处起)不计分。

    With the time go by, Wang Hua is now a senior three student that devotes himself in his lessons every day. Last Saturday, as a usual, he attended several classes. In the evening, he studied at home until deep into the night. He was too sleepy and tired that he couldn’t work effective. His father came up and advises him to have a break. Soon they came up with a good ideas. They bought a kite which they liked very much and then the family went to the suburbs Wang Hua enjoyed himself fly the kite. The family had a picnic together but felt very relaxed in the open air. On Monday, Wang Hua was energetic and active in class.

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第二节 书面表达(满25分)

    假如你是中学生李华,为迎接世界环境日(World Environment Day),你校将开展以“绿色校园”为主题的活动,请你写一封信给你的外国朋友Simon,向他介绍这次活动的情况并邀请他参加活动。

    要点如下:1.提出邀请;

                    2.活动安排;

                    3.其它。

    注意:1.词数100左右;

              2.可以适当增加细节,以使行文连贯。

Dear Simon,

___________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________

                                                    Yours,

                                                    Li Hua

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