• 英语 2018年高三湖南省第一次模拟试题
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(A、B、C和D)四个选项中,选出最佳选项。

                                  A

    Youth Basketball Scorekeeper/Referee

    If you are interested in working as a referee/scorekeeper during the Jr. Warriors basketball season, please submit an application. Applications are available on the City website www.ci.dublin.ca.us or by calling 556-4500 or emailing damian.sandhoIm@ci.dublin.ca.us. The minimum age is 16 and the pay range is $8.75 to $19.95 per hour, based on experience.

    Personal Vacation Consultants! Cruise Industry!

    Are you looking for an exciting career where you can earn top dollar and enjoy excellent benefits, including free & discounted travel? Then International Cruise & Excursions, Inc.(ICE) would like to speak with you! If you are interested in our Inbound Call Center Sales Team, join us on Tuesday, December 24th for our Career Fair!

    Remember, take the assessment first and then we'll see you on the 24th for an on-the-spot interview! Take part in our pre-employment assessment by clicking on the link below.

    Pizza Hut Team Members and Delivery Drivers

    Working at Pizza Hut is about making hungry people happy. It's about being independent and having fun, making new friends and earning extra cash. That's right;we'll pay you to cruise around in your mobile office—your car—listening to your own tunes and delivering great pizza—and pasta. Besides your smile, energy and reliable set of wheels, you should be a fun and friendly person who values customers and take pride in everything you do. Communication skills are key—you are not going to be able to text customers back and forth. The minimum age is 16, and if you want to be a driver you are at least 18.

As a scorekeeper, your salary depends on ________.

Ahow much work experience you have

Bhow interested you are in the job

Chow long you can work a day

Dhow old you are at the basketball season

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                                  A

    Youth Basketball Scorekeeper/Referee

    If you are interested in working as a referee/scorekeeper during the Jr. Warriors basketball season, please submit an application. Applications are available on the City website www.ci.dublin.ca.us or by calling 556-4500 or emailing damian.sandhoIm@ci.dublin.ca.us. The minimum age is 16 and the pay range is $8.75 to $19.95 per hour, based on experience.

    Personal Vacation Consultants! Cruise Industry!

    Are you looking for an exciting career where you can earn top dollar and enjoy excellent benefits, including free & discounted travel? Then International Cruise & Excursions, Inc.(ICE) would like to speak with you! If you are interested in our Inbound Call Center Sales Team, join us on Tuesday, December 24th for our Career Fair!

    Remember, take the assessment first and then we'll see you on the 24th for an on-the-spot interview! Take part in our pre-employment assessment by clicking on the link below.

    Pizza Hut Team Members and Delivery Drivers

    Working at Pizza Hut is about making hungry people happy. It's about being independent and having fun, making new friends and earning extra cash. That's right;we'll pay you to cruise around in your mobile office—your car—listening to your own tunes and delivering great pizza—and pasta. Besides your smile, energy and reliable set of wheels, you should be a fun and friendly person who values customers and take pride in everything you do. Communication skills are key—you are not going to be able to text customers back and forth. The minimum age is 16, and if you want to be a driver you are at least 18.

To become a vacation consultant, you will________.

Aget applications from the City website

Btake an assessment on November 24th

Chave an interview on the scene

Dhave a driver's license

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                                  A

    Youth Basketball Scorekeeper/Referee

    If you are interested in working as a referee/scorekeeper during the Jr. Warriors basketball season, please submit an application. Applications are available on the City website www.ci.dublin.ca.us or by calling 556-4500 or emailing damian.sandhoIm@ci.dublin.ca.us. The minimum age is 16 and the pay range is $8.75 to $19.95 per hour, based on experience.

    Personal Vacation Consultants! Cruise Industry!

    Are you looking for an exciting career where you can earn top dollar and enjoy excellent benefits, including free & discounted travel? Then International Cruise & Excursions, Inc.(ICE) would like to speak with you! If you are interested in our Inbound Call Center Sales Team, join us on Tuesday, December 24th for our Career Fair!

    Remember, take the assessment first and then we'll see you on the 24th for an on-the-spot interview! Take part in our pre-employment assessment by clicking on the link below.

    Pizza Hut Team Members and Delivery Drivers

    Working at Pizza Hut is about making hungry people happy. It's about being independent and having fun, making new friends and earning extra cash. That's right;we'll pay you to cruise around in your mobile office—your car—listening to your own tunes and delivering great pizza—and pasta. Besides your smile, energy and reliable set of wheels, you should be a fun and friendly person who values customers and take pride in everything you do. Communication skills are key—you are not going to be able to text customers back and forth. The minimum age is 16, and if you want to be a driver you are at least 18.

To be a Pizza Hut team member, you ________.

Ashould be comfortable talking to strangers

Bhave to be at least 18 years old

Cmust write messages to customers

Dmust have an on-the-spot interview

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                                B

    When I came back from school, the first thing I noticed was a box with items I recognized from my dad's office.

    “What are you doing?” I asked casually.

    “Andrew, I was laid off today,” he answered quietly. I was sure he was joking. “No, you weren't. Why are you really home?”

    Then I noticed his seriousness and realized he was telling the truth. My father had always been a hard worker and prided himself on his career. Providing for our family had been his joy, and I guessed I had taken his work for granted.

    My father's unemployment created many changes in our lives. For starters, he was home all the time, which meant my bed had to be made, my room cleaned up, and my homework done right after school. I would come home every day to find him at the computer searching for jobs. I began to notice how down he seemed, and how losing his job had affected his self-esteem, though he tried to be optimistic. For the first time, I saw my dad as vulnerable. He asked my brother and me to spend less. I gave up my allowance, which even though it wasn't much, felt like the right thing to do. I also found a part-time job.

    After several difficult months of searching, my dad decided to go in a totally different direction. He explained that he never wanted to be laid off again, so he was going to start his own business. Day by day, I watched him build it, and I admired how much time and energy he expended.

    One evening I asked if he needed help. “Only__if__it__doesn't__interfere__with__school,” he said.

    I showed up at his office the next afternoon, and most afternoons after that for two months. I always knew he was a hard worker, but watching him in action really impacted me. Although this was one of the worst experiences for our family, it taught me a lot about dealing with adversity. Now I know that through creative problem-solving, I can always find Plan B, ask for help, and take risks. What I have learned from my dad's understanding of business and his work ethic are two of the most important lessons I will ever learn, and will be my foundations for success.

The author's father always stayed at home because ________.

Ahe had to help with the author's lesson

Bhe had been unemployed

Cheavy housework was waiting for him to do

Dhe wanted to search for new jobs online

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                                B

    When I came back from school, the first thing I noticed was a box with items I recognized from my dad's office.

    “What are you doing?” I asked casually.

    “Andrew, I was laid off today,” he answered quietly. I was sure he was joking. “No, you weren't. Why are you really home?”

    Then I noticed his seriousness and realized he was telling the truth. My father had always been a hard worker and prided himself on his career. Providing for our family had been his joy, and I guessed I had taken his work for granted.

    My father's unemployment created many changes in our lives. For starters, he was home all the time, which meant my bed had to be made, my room cleaned up, and my homework done right after school. I would come home every day to find him at the computer searching for jobs. I began to notice how down he seemed, and how losing his job had affected his self-esteem, though he tried to be optimistic. For the first time, I saw my dad as vulnerable. He asked my brother and me to spend less. I gave up my allowance, which even though it wasn't much, felt like the right thing to do. I also found a part-time job.

    After several difficult months of searching, my dad decided to go in a totally different direction. He explained that he never wanted to be laid off again, so he was going to start his own business. Day by day, I watched him build it, and I admired how much time and energy he expended.

    One evening I asked if he needed help. “Only__if__it__doesn't__interfere__with__school,” he said.

    I showed up at his office the next afternoon, and most afternoons after that for two months. I always knew he was a hard worker, but watching him in action really impacted me. Although this was one of the worst experiences for our family, it taught me a lot about dealing with adversity. Now I know that through creative problem-solving, I can always find Plan B, ask for help, and take risks. What I have learned from my dad's understanding of business and his work ethic are two of the most important lessons I will ever learn, and will be my foundations for success.

What made the author know the truth?

AThe box from his father's office.

BHis father's words.

CHis father's expression.

DBeing informed by his family.

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                                B

    When I came back from school, the first thing I noticed was a box with items I recognized from my dad's office.

    “What are you doing?” I asked casually.

    “Andrew, I was laid off today,” he answered quietly. I was sure he was joking. “No, you weren't. Why are you really home?”

    Then I noticed his seriousness and realized he was telling the truth. My father had always been a hard worker and prided himself on his career. Providing for our family had been his joy, and I guessed I had taken his work for granted.

    My father's unemployment created many changes in our lives. For starters, he was home all the time, which meant my bed had to be made, my room cleaned up, and my homework done right after school. I would come home every day to find him at the computer searching for jobs. I began to notice how down he seemed, and how losing his job had affected his self-esteem, though he tried to be optimistic. For the first time, I saw my dad as vulnerable. He asked my brother and me to spend less. I gave up my allowance, which even though it wasn't much, felt like the right thing to do. I also found a part-time job.

    After several difficult months of searching, my dad decided to go in a totally different direction. He explained that he never wanted to be laid off again, so he was going to start his own business. Day by day, I watched him build it, and I admired how much time and energy he expended.

    One evening I asked if he needed help. “Only__if__it__doesn't__interfere__with__school,” he said.

    I showed up at his office the next afternoon, and most afternoons after that for two months. I always knew he was a hard worker, but watching him in action really impacted me. Although this was one of the worst experiences for our family, it taught me a lot about dealing with adversity. Now I know that through creative problem-solving, I can always find Plan B, ask for help, and take risks. What I have learned from my dad's understanding of business and his work ethic are two of the most important lessons I will ever learn, and will be my foundations for success.

By saying “Only if it doesn't interfere with school”, the author's father seemed ________.

Ato refuse the author's advice on the new business

Bto show his discontent with the author's schoolwork

Cto have said yes to the author's offer of help

Dto be looking forward to the author's good behavior at school

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                                B

    When I came back from school, the first thing I noticed was a box with items I recognized from my dad's office.

    “What are you doing?” I asked casually.

    “Andrew, I was laid off today,” he answered quietly. I was sure he was joking. “No, you weren't. Why are you really home?”

    Then I noticed his seriousness and realized he was telling the truth. My father had always been a hard worker and prided himself on his career. Providing for our family had been his joy, and I guessed I had taken his work for granted.

    My father's unemployment created many changes in our lives. For starters, he was home all the time, which meant my bed had to be made, my room cleaned up, and my homework done right after school. I would come home every day to find him at the computer searching for jobs. I began to notice how down he seemed, and how losing his job had affected his self-esteem, though he tried to be optimistic. For the first time, I saw my dad as vulnerable. He asked my brother and me to spend less. I gave up my allowance, which even though it wasn't much, felt like the right thing to do. I also found a part-time job.

    After several difficult months of searching, my dad decided to go in a totally different direction. He explained that he never wanted to be laid off again, so he was going to start his own business. Day by day, I watched him build it, and I admired how much time and energy he expended.

    One evening I asked if he needed help. “Only__if__it__doesn't__interfere__with__school,” he said.

    I showed up at his office the next afternoon, and most afternoons after that for two months. I always knew he was a hard worker, but watching him in action really impacted me. Although this was one of the worst experiences for our family, it taught me a lot about dealing with adversity. Now I know that through creative problem-solving, I can always find Plan B, ask for help, and take risks. What I have learned from my dad's understanding of business and his work ethic are two of the most important lessons I will ever learn, and will be my foundations for success.

It can be inferred from the text that ________.

Athe author's father was more optimistic to stay at home

Bthe author couldn't put up with his father's own business

Cthe author's father offered little allowance to the author

Dthe author benefited from his father on how to deal with difficulties

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                                C

    Yelp, the San Francisco Internet company that makes reviews of restaurants and other businesses across a large part of America, is getting into the food delivery business.

    Today, the company has announced that it has agreed to acquire Eat24, a food company that delivers food to homes on behalf of partner restaurants. Yelp is paying $134 million for the company—$75 million in cash and the rest in stock. Eat24 works with 20,000 restaurants in more than 1,500 cities all over the U.S.

    On Yelp's reviews site, you can find new restaurants to suit your tastes, and now that the company is acquiring Eat24, the idea is that it will also let you take the next step: order food to your door.

    “If you're looking at a restaurant, you want to be able to book that restaurant,” Yelp co-founder and CEO Jeremy said in a Tuesday interview. “If we can integrate(融入) that into the Yelp experience, it makes the site much better.”

    The move is just one way that some of Internet's most recognizable names are branching into online food delivery to improve their existing business. Last August, payments company Square bought Caviar, a high-end quick food delivery service. And that same month, Uber tested a fast food delivery service called UberFRESH, which aimed to deliver meals from local restaurants to customers in less than 10 minutes.

    In each case, food delivery can provide an added source of income, and it can also help these companies push the use of their existing services. The market for food delivery is hardly small, and mobile technologies can speed up the process, potentially expanding the business even further.

How does Yelp pay for the company Eat24?

ATotally by cheque.

BTotally in cash.

CPartly in stock.

DOnly in credit.

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                                C

    Yelp, the San Francisco Internet company that makes reviews of restaurants and other businesses across a large part of America, is getting into the food delivery business.

    Today, the company has announced that it has agreed to acquire Eat24, a food company that delivers food to homes on behalf of partner restaurants. Yelp is paying $134 million for the company—$75 million in cash and the rest in stock. Eat24 works with 20,000 restaurants in more than 1,500 cities all over the U.S.

    On Yelp's reviews site, you can find new restaurants to suit your tastes, and now that the company is acquiring Eat24, the idea is that it will also let you take the next step: order food to your door.

    “If you're looking at a restaurant, you want to be able to book that restaurant,” Yelp co-founder and CEO Jeremy said in a Tuesday interview. “If we can integrate(融入) that into the Yelp experience, it makes the site much better.”

    The move is just one way that some of Internet's most recognizable names are branching into online food delivery to improve their existing business. Last August, payments company Square bought Caviar, a high-end quick food delivery service. And that same month, Uber tested a fast food delivery service called UberFRESH, which aimed to deliver meals from local restaurants to customers in less than 10 minutes.

    In each case, food delivery can provide an added source of income, and it can also help these companies push the use of their existing services. The market for food delivery is hardly small, and mobile technologies can speed up the process, potentially expanding the business even further.

Customers can do all the following on the new Yelp's website EXCEPT ________.

Afinding the restaurants they like

Bbooking a restaurant they like

Cordering food to their door

Denjoying much cheaper food

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                                C

    Yelp, the San Francisco Internet company that makes reviews of restaurants and other businesses across a large part of America, is getting into the food delivery business.

    Today, the company has announced that it has agreed to acquire Eat24, a food company that delivers food to homes on behalf of partner restaurants. Yelp is paying $134 million for the company—$75 million in cash and the rest in stock. Eat24 works with 20,000 restaurants in more than 1,500 cities all over the U.S.

    On Yelp's reviews site, you can find new restaurants to suit your tastes, and now that the company is acquiring Eat24, the idea is that it will also let you take the next step: order food to your door.

    “If you're looking at a restaurant, you want to be able to book that restaurant,” Yelp co-founder and CEO Jeremy said in a Tuesday interview. “If we can integrate(融入) that into the Yelp experience, it makes the site much better.”

    The move is just one way that some of Internet's most recognizable names are branching into online food delivery to improve their existing business. Last August, payments company Square bought Caviar, a high-end quick food delivery service. And that same month, Uber tested a fast food delivery service called UberFRESH, which aimed to deliver meals from local restaurants to customers in less than 10 minutes.

    In each case, food delivery can provide an added source of income, and it can also help these companies push the use of their existing services. The market for food delivery is hardly small, and mobile technologies can speed up the process, potentially expanding the business even further.

What does the underlined word “acquire” in Paragraph 2 mean?

ABargain.

BClaim.

CRequest.

DPurchase.

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                                C

    Yelp, the San Francisco Internet company that makes reviews of restaurants and other businesses across a large part of America, is getting into the food delivery business.

    Today, the company has announced that it has agreed to acquire Eat24, a food company that delivers food to homes on behalf of partner restaurants. Yelp is paying $134 million for the company—$75 million in cash and the rest in stock. Eat24 works with 20,000 restaurants in more than 1,500 cities all over the U.S.

    On Yelp's reviews site, you can find new restaurants to suit your tastes, and now that the company is acquiring Eat24, the idea is that it will also let you take the next step: order food to your door.

    “If you're looking at a restaurant, you want to be able to book that restaurant,” Yelp co-founder and CEO Jeremy said in a Tuesday interview. “If we can integrate(融入) that into the Yelp experience, it makes the site much better.”

    The move is just one way that some of Internet's most recognizable names are branching into online food delivery to improve their existing business. Last August, payments company Square bought Caviar, a high-end quick food delivery service. And that same month, Uber tested a fast food delivery service called UberFRESH, which aimed to deliver meals from local restaurants to customers in less than 10 minutes.

    In each case, food delivery can provide an added source of income, and it can also help these companies push the use of their existing services. The market for food delivery is hardly small, and mobile technologies can speed up the process, potentially expanding the business even further.

From the passage, we can infer that many companies ________.

Abegin to set up their own food branches

Bmake little money from their existing business

Cbegin to attach importance to food delivery making

Dgive up the present business and turn to food making

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                                D

    After months of not commenting on the making of the biopic(传记片) Jobs, Apple co-founder Steve Wozniak has finally seen the finished film—and he's ready to weigh in.

    The film was clever and funny in parts—but it got much wrong, Wozniak told Bloomberg reporter Emily Chang.

    Primarily, Wozniak was disappointed by the way the movie portrayed people that Steve Jobs had cooperated with and learned from in his early days as a businessman.

    “I did not like seeing a lot of people I know not get the respect that they deserve in their relationship with Steve Jobs [in the film],” Wozniak said. He didn't go into detail about who those people were.

    “When you make a movie about something that's real life you can never get [everything] right...but the concept of each scene and what it implies should be right and there were a lot of things wrong [in Jobs] that I knew about,” Wozniak continued. This has become a reoccurring theme in Wozniak's many press interviews about the film.

    Wozniak acknowledged the talent of actors in the film and described the film as “entertaining”, if not completely real to life.

    Of course, Ashton Kutcher—who stars in Jobs and helped to produce the film—has described his own take on the criticism.

    “Woz is being paid by another company to support a different Steve Jobs film,” Kutcher said in an interview with Hollywood Reporter, referencing the Alan Sorkin film scheduled to come out later this year. “It's__personal__for__him,__but__it's__also__business.__We__have__to__keep__that__in__mind.”

    Wozniak soon responded to Kutcher's attack in a post he wrote on Gizmodo: I suspect a lot of what was wrong with the film came from Ashton's own image of Jobs. Ashton made some dishonest and wrong statements about me recently (including my supposedly having said that the ‘movie’ was bad, which was probably Ashton believing pop press headlines) and that I didn't like the movie because I'm paid to consult on another one. These are examples of Ashton still being in character. Either film would have paid me to consult, but the Jobs one already had a script written. I can't take that creative leadership from someone else. And I was turned off by the Jobs script. But I still hoped for a great movie.

What was Wozniak's opinion about the biopic Jobs?

AHe thought the film was clever and funny.

BHe thought the film had its strengths and weaknesses.

CHe didn't go into detail about who Jobs' partners were and what the film was about.

DHe was disappointed in people who Steve Jobs had worked with.

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                                D

    After months of not commenting on the making of the biopic(传记片) Jobs, Apple co-founder Steve Wozniak has finally seen the finished film—and he's ready to weigh in.

    The film was clever and funny in parts—but it got much wrong, Wozniak told Bloomberg reporter Emily Chang.

    Primarily, Wozniak was disappointed by the way the movie portrayed people that Steve Jobs had cooperated with and learned from in his early days as a businessman.

    “I did not like seeing a lot of people I know not get the respect that they deserve in their relationship with Steve Jobs [in the film],” Wozniak said. He didn't go into detail about who those people were.

    “When you make a movie about something that's real life you can never get [everything] right...but the concept of each scene and what it implies should be right and there were a lot of things wrong [in Jobs] that I knew about,” Wozniak continued. This has become a reoccurring theme in Wozniak's many press interviews about the film.

    Wozniak acknowledged the talent of actors in the film and described the film as “entertaining”, if not completely real to life.

    Of course, Ashton Kutcher—who stars in Jobs and helped to produce the film—has described his own take on the criticism.

    “Woz is being paid by another company to support a different Steve Jobs film,” Kutcher said in an interview with Hollywood Reporter, referencing the Alan Sorkin film scheduled to come out later this year. “It's__personal__for__him,__but__it's__also__business.__We__have__to__keep__that__in__mind.”

    Wozniak soon responded to Kutcher's attack in a post he wrote on Gizmodo: I suspect a lot of what was wrong with the film came from Ashton's own image of Jobs. Ashton made some dishonest and wrong statements about me recently (including my supposedly having said that the ‘movie’ was bad, which was probably Ashton believing pop press headlines) and that I didn't like the movie because I'm paid to consult on another one. These are examples of Ashton still being in character. Either film would have paid me to consult, but the Jobs one already had a script written. I can't take that creative leadership from someone else. And I was turned off by the Jobs script. But I still hoped for a great movie.

What can we learn from the third paragraph?

AWozniak was disappointed with the portrayed people.

BWozniak was satisfied with the portrayed people.

CJobs was a businessman in his early days.

DJobs was learned from by many businessmen.

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                                D

    After months of not commenting on the making of the biopic(传记片) Jobs, Apple co-founder Steve Wozniak has finally seen the finished film—and he's ready to weigh in.

    The film was clever and funny in parts—but it got much wrong, Wozniak told Bloomberg reporter Emily Chang.

    Primarily, Wozniak was disappointed by the way the movie portrayed people that Steve Jobs had cooperated with and learned from in his early days as a businessman.

    “I did not like seeing a lot of people I know not get the respect that they deserve in their relationship with Steve Jobs [in the film],” Wozniak said. He didn't go into detail about who those people were.

    “When you make a movie about something that's real life you can never get [everything] right...but the concept of each scene and what it implies should be right and there were a lot of things wrong [in Jobs] that I knew about,” Wozniak continued. This has become a reoccurring theme in Wozniak's many press interviews about the film.

    Wozniak acknowledged the talent of actors in the film and described the film as “entertaining”, if not completely real to life.

    Of course, Ashton Kutcher—who stars in Jobs and helped to produce the film—has described his own take on the criticism.

    “Woz is being paid by another company to support a different Steve Jobs film,” Kutcher said in an interview with Hollywood Reporter, referencing the Alan Sorkin film scheduled to come out later this year. “It's__personal__for__him,__but__it's__also__business.__We__have__to__keep__that__in__mind.”

    Wozniak soon responded to Kutcher's attack in a post he wrote on Gizmodo: I suspect a lot of what was wrong with the film came from Ashton's own image of Jobs. Ashton made some dishonest and wrong statements about me recently (including my supposedly having said that the ‘movie’ was bad, which was probably Ashton believing pop press headlines) and that I didn't like the movie because I'm paid to consult on another one. These are examples of Ashton still being in character. Either film would have paid me to consult, but the Jobs one already had a script written. I can't take that creative leadership from someone else. And I was turned off by the Jobs script. But I still hoped for a great movie.

What do the underlined sentences in Paragraph 8 suggest?

AKutcher accepted Wozniak's criticism.

BKutcher reminded readers that Wozniak was a businessman.

CKutcher made readers keep Wozniak in mind.

DKutcher criticized Wozniak's incorrect comment.

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                                D

    After months of not commenting on the making of the biopic(传记片) Jobs, Apple co-founder Steve Wozniak has finally seen the finished film—and he's ready to weigh in.

    The film was clever and funny in parts—but it got much wrong, Wozniak told Bloomberg reporter Emily Chang.

    Primarily, Wozniak was disappointed by the way the movie portrayed people that Steve Jobs had cooperated with and learned from in his early days as a businessman.

    “I did not like seeing a lot of people I know not get the respect that they deserve in their relationship with Steve Jobs [in the film],” Wozniak said. He didn't go into detail about who those people were.

    “When you make a movie about something that's real life you can never get [everything] right...but the concept of each scene and what it implies should be right and there were a lot of things wrong [in Jobs] that I knew about,” Wozniak continued. This has become a reoccurring theme in Wozniak's many press interviews about the film.

    Wozniak acknowledged the talent of actors in the film and described the film as “entertaining”, if not completely real to life.

    Of course, Ashton Kutcher—who stars in Jobs and helped to produce the film—has described his own take on the criticism.

    “Woz is being paid by another company to support a different Steve Jobs film,” Kutcher said in an interview with Hollywood Reporter, referencing the Alan Sorkin film scheduled to come out later this year. “It's__personal__for__him,__but__it's__also__business.__We__have__to__keep__that__in__mind.”

    Wozniak soon responded to Kutcher's attack in a post he wrote on Gizmodo: I suspect a lot of what was wrong with the film came from Ashton's own image of Jobs. Ashton made some dishonest and wrong statements about me recently (including my supposedly having said that the ‘movie’ was bad, which was probably Ashton believing pop press headlines) and that I didn't like the movie because I'm paid to consult on another one. These are examples of Ashton still being in character. Either film would have paid me to consult, but the Jobs one already had a script written. I can't take that creative leadership from someone else. And I was turned off by the Jobs script. But I still hoped for a great movie.

What's the author's attitude toward the biopic Jobs?

ASubjective.

BObjective.

CSympathetic.

DSupportive.

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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。

                How strong are you?

    How strong are you? That is a tough question to answer, whether you are a man or a woman. But, really, I want to ask... how do you define your strength? How do you know your limits? How do you know just how much you've got? When push comes to shove, we often discover that we are much stronger than we think.

    36.__C__

    Strength is not always about pure physical strength. 37.__G__ It is about the capacity to get things done.I know some people who are intellectually strong, but they get very little done in their jobs. And I know others who find work extremely challenging, but are able to move mountains by their sheer drive and hard work.They possess inner strength. More interesting, is that these productive hard-workers often don't even notice the load. Bystanders are not only amazed, but often ask, “How do you do it?” The answer usually comes back, “I just work harder than the others.” So, why are some people able to do more? What gives them added drive? What gives them extra strength? Could it be, they have simply given themselves permission to do more?

    Selfimposed limits

    What I have observed is that most people impose(加强) their own limits. They limit their output based on self-framed constraints(限制)of their capabilities and strengths. Sometimes these boundaries are based on past experiences. Sometimes they are based on perceived(感觉的) capacities. Sometimes these limits are based on nothing.

    I can't do that. (Why?)

    That is too much for me. (How do you know?)

    I can't put in that much effort. (What would happen if you did?)

    I am not smart enough to solve that. (Can you be sure if you haven't tried?)

    38.__E__

    Pushing it...

    Many people are going through the motions, but are nowhere near their limits. If you want to be stronger, you have to push your boundaries. 39.__D__ In the gym, bodybuilders discovered this long ago. But, the same principle is true when it comes to inner strength,discipline and drive. Want to test your limits? Push yourself. Test your self-perceived constraints to see how accurate they are. Make sure your goals are slightly beyond what you think can be achieved.

    You are stronger than you think

    40.__A__ As you go through your day, challenge your capacity. Test your limits. Push yourself, to find your true boundaries and define your strength. When you discover how much you've really got, you may surprise even yourself.What are your self-imposed limits? Which do you need to push? When have you found that you were much stronger than you thought?

    A. Most people underestimate their strength.

    B. Don't impose your own limits.

    C. What is strength?

    D. Pushing it is what it takes to increase your limits.

    E. So, how do we break through these limits? How do we get stronger?

    F. You're cleverer than others.

    G. Rather, it is about willpower,discipline and drive.

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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。

    My father grew up in Oklahoma during the early years of the Great Depression. He was the only living child of a hard-working farmer and a(n) __41__ mother. When Dad completed the eighth grade, my grandfather believed his only son would work on the farm. My grandmother, __42__, understood the door that education could open even in __43__ economic times. She persuaded grandfather to __44__ Dad to finish high school.

    Dad worked hard and completed high school at the age of 16. At last, grandpa was to have his wish. Dad would work on the farm, easing the economic and physical __45__ grandpa carried. But grandmother again __46__ grandpa to permit my father to go to college.

    After __47__, grandpa made the most difficult decision of his lifetime. He walked to the chicken coop(鸡笼子), where he did his __48__. Taking a shovel in his work-worn hands,grandpa __49__ a jar that held all the family's savings. He offered the jar and the precious __50__ to Dad, saying, “Here boy, go and make something of yourself.”

    Realizing that his family was __51__ all their savings for investing in his education, Dad became a steward of those funds. He __52__ his bachelor's degree and then went on to the University of Oklahoma, where he graduated second in his __53__ school class in 1936. Jobs were hard to __54__ when Dad graduated, so he opened his own practice and lived in a home with a dirt floor. He worked long hours, but I remember him __55__ the great books he discovered in the course of his education with me.

    Our family was changed by the long walk that grandpa took to the chicken coop. Education is __56__ an investment in our family. It is a treasure. I __57__ my father to college and law school, and all of my children have also __58__ higher education.  We have been transformed by a sacrifice made two __59__ ago by a loving, if  not fully convinced, grandfather and  a persistent grandmother and that has made all the __60__.

41. 

    A. beautiful       

    B. devoted        

    C. enthusiastic       

    D. curious

42. 

    A. however  

    B. so  

    C. otherwise  

    D. thus

43. 

    A. tough  

    B. great  

    C. peaceful  

    D. competitive

44. 

    A. permit  

    B. take  

    C. ask  

    D. force

45. 

    A. pains  

    B. troubles  

    C. burdens  

    D. activities

46. 

    A. begged  

    B. refused  

    C. ordered  

    D. required

47. 

    A. graduation  

    B. work  

    C. reflection  

    D. requirement

48. 

    A. cooking  

    B. cleaning  

    C. farming  

    D. banking

49. 

    A. dug up  

    B. picked up  

    C. broke up  

    D. cut up

50. 

    A. books  

    B. bills  

    C. savings  

    D. coins

51. 

    A. wasting  

    B. storing  

    C. treasuring  

    D. sacrificing

52. 

    A. failed  

    B. received  

    C. offered  

    D. needed

53. 

    A. maths  

    B. education  

    C. economics  

    D. law

54. 

    A. come off  

    B. come by  

    C. come about  

    D. come on

55. 

    A. making   

    B. writing  

    C. protecting  

    D. sharing

56. 

    A. more than  

    B. rather than  

    C. other than  

    D. less than

57. 

    A. joined  

    B. followed  

    C. advised  

    D. accompanied

58. 

    A. sought  

    B. given  

    C. favored  

    D. considered

59. 

    A. years  

    B. centuries  

    C. decades  

    D. generations

60. 

    A. sense  

    B. use  

    C. difference  

    D. effect

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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。

    The 24 solar terms, a system considered to be China's fifth great invention, 61.__ _ (add) to the world's intangible cultural heritage list in 2016.

    And the addition of 24 solar terms increased the number of Chinese items on the list 62.__ __ 31. Ancient Chinese divided the traditional lunar calendar into 24 solar terms. This traditional knowledge system of time was based on people's 63.__ _ (observe) of the sun's motion throughout the year and its influence on climate, 64.__ __ (most) carried out on the lower reaches of the Yellow River 65.__ __ Chinese civilization was born.

    The system was completely established during the Qin (221-206 BC) and Han (206 BC-220 AD) 66.__ __ (dynasty). It was crucial to 67.__ __ (agriculture) events such as when to sow seed and when to harvest.

    Today, it is still of great help for people to better prepare their bodies for the changes of climate.

    Daxue, or major snow, the 21st solar term of the year, will begin on Dec. 8 and end on Dec. 21. During this time, the temperature further decreases 68.__ __ snow, mainly in northern China and some southern areas, becomes 69.__ __(heavy) than during the previous solar term of Xiaoxue, or minor snow, from Nov.22 to Dec.6.

    People are advised to drink hot soup with ginger (生姜) 70.__ __resist__ (resist) the cold and eat oranges to prevent coughing.

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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。

The quality of the air has decreased recently. Due to the lack on trees,what we all notice now is  there are more and more sandstorms in China. Why not take some measures to bring back a clean sky? Firstly, we can help solve this problem by walking or using a bicycle when possibly. Common transportation like cars often let off poisonous gases and dirty ashes to the environment. Thus, walking or using a bicycle pumps no pollution into the environment. Secondly, we should be aware that various aspects of the environment  belong to everybody. So it is very urgent for every citizens to realize the problem and makes some efforts. Last but not least, it is good advice to plant a small tree, because they can absorb dirty ashes. As time  by, we will develop a deep love for both the tree and the environment.

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第二节 书面表达(满分25分)

    假定你是李华,想劝你的线上美国外教 Elise来中国教英语。请你写封邮件给她。内容包括:

    1.你对她的教学评价;

    2.来中国教英语的好处;

    3.来前准备:研究提高英语听说能力的教学方法。

注意:

    1.词数100左右;

    2.可以适当增加细节,以使行文连贯。

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