• 英语 2018年高三河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、D)四个选项中,选出最佳选项。

                                   A

                            About us

    The London Pass was created to help people who visit London see more while spendingless on their trip to London. It unlocks the top attractions in the city,including museums,monuments and iconic landmarks, as well as offering a discounted Oyster Travelcard to access the London Transport network.

History of the London Pass

    The London Pass was created in 1999 and has developed over the past years into the must-have sightseeing product for the city. So far, the London Pass has been used by over 2. 9million visitors. And it grows in popularity each year. In a recent customer survey,over 92%of the visitors who had used the London Pass said they would recommend it to a friend or familymember. We know visitors to the city love the London Pass and are proud of this.

Who’s behind the London Pass?

    The London Pass is owned and managed by The Leisure Pass Group Ltd,a group of traveland tourism experts aiming to help visitors make the most of their vacations and see the best of the cities they visit with less money.

Work with us

    We are always looking for new and exciting tourism products, services and experiences to be included in our city passes, so if you have a great product, service or experience for theinternational visitor and would like to be involved with the most complex London city pass,please contact Louisa@ leisurepassgroup. corn.

What can the London Pass help visitors do?

A.Save money.

BTravel for free.

CAvoid getting lost in London.

DEnjoy better public transport services.

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                                   A

                            About us

    The London Pass was created to help people who visit London see more while spendingless on their trip to London. It unlocks the top attractions in the city,including museums,monuments and iconic landmarks, as well as offering a discounted Oyster Travelcard to access the London Transport network.

History of the London Pass

    The London Pass was created in 1999 and has developed over the past years into the must-have sightseeing product for the city. So far, the London Pass has been used by over 2. 9million visitors. And it grows in popularity each year. In a recent customer survey,over 92%of the visitors who had used the London Pass said they would recommend it to a friend or familymember. We know visitors to the city love the London Pass and are proud of this.

Who’s behind the London Pass?

    The London Pass is owned and managed by The Leisure Pass Group Ltd,a group of traveland tourism experts aiming to help visitors make the most of their vacations and see the best of the cities they visit with less money.

Work with us

    We are always looking for new and exciting tourism products, services and experiences to be included in our city passes, so if you have a great product, service or experience for theinternational visitor and would like to be involved with the most complex London city pass,please contact Louisa@ leisurepassgroup. corn.

According to the text,the London Pass_·

Ahas a history of over two decades

Bis in the charge of amateur guides

Cenjoys high customer satisfaction

Dhas nearly three million users annually

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                                   A

                            About us

    The London Pass was created to help people who visit London see more while spendingless on their trip to London. It unlocks the top attractions in the city,including museums,monuments and iconic landmarks, as well as offering a discounted Oyster Travelcard to access the London Transport network.

History of the London Pass

    The London Pass was created in 1999 and has developed over the past years into the must-have sightseeing product for the city. So far, the London Pass has been used by over 2. 9million visitors. And it grows in popularity each year. In a recent customer survey,over 92%of the visitors who had used the London Pass said they would recommend it to a friend or familymember. We know visitors to the city love the London Pass and are proud of this.

Who’s behind the London Pass?

    The London Pass is owned and managed by The Leisure Pass Group Ltd,a group of traveland tourism experts aiming to help visitors make the most of their vacations and see the best of the cities they visit with less money.

Work with us

    We are always looking for new and exciting tourism products, services and experiences to be included in our city passes, so if you have a great product, service or experience for theinternational visitor and would like to be involved with the most complex London city pass,please contact Louisa@ leisurepassgroup. corn.

What' s the last part of the text intended for?

AAttracting tourists.

BSeeking for business partners.

CPromoting the city of London.

DAdvertising tourism products.

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                                   B

    My enthusiasm about oral health really started when I was eleven years old. One day,I was playing basketball for my primary school team. When I reached down to catch a ball, my front teeth crashed against the knee of another player. That caused instant tears. Look吨back now I realize how lucky I.that I didn't completely knock out both of my teeth, but at that time being left with two half-broken front teeth felt like the end of the world ! That's the funny thing about oral health: when it's good we don't think about it at all,but when it's bad it is all you can think about.

    Through my position with the Population Health Promotion Program I’ve been able to share my enthusiasm about oral health with the peo讨e in Southern Alberta. Our oral health team offers to examine the eyes of children aged 12 to 36 months for free. The school program us to educate the students on good oral health for children in kindergarten grades one and two. Last year, with the arrival of hundreds of refugees(难民),the oral health team provided clinics where newcomers could receive public health services. Since the first clinic in January 2016,we’ve seen almost 300 newcomers in the South West Zone.

    Working closely with the refugee population,I became aware that public health services in developing countries needed to be greatly increased to meet the needs of the public. This realization excited an interest I always had to volunteer and spread my enthusiasm about oral health globally. In October of 2016,I travelled with a volunteer group, Kindness in Action,to Tanzania Africa. There I provided oral health education in remote areas for two weeks. The experience deepened my enthusiasm about public health and motivated me to apply for the Master of Health Studies program.

What made the author enthusiastic about oral health?

AA sport accident.

BA hit by a basketball.

CHis teammates' teasing.

DHis nature-born interest.

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                                   B

    My enthusiasm about oral health really started when I was eleven years old. One day,I was playing basketball for my primary school team. When I reached down to catch a ball, my front teeth crashed against the knee of another player. That caused instant tears. Look吨back now I realize how lucky I.that I didn't completely knock out both of my teeth, but at that time being left with two half-broken front teeth felt like the end of the world ! That's the funny thing about oral health: when it's good we don't think about it at all,but when it's bad it is all you can think about.

    Through my position with the Population Health Promotion Program I’ve been able to share my enthusiasm about oral health with the peo讨e in Southern Alberta. Our oral health team offers to examine the eyes of children aged 12 to 36 months for free. The school program us to educate the students on good oral health for children in kindergarten grades one and two. Last year, with the arrival of hundreds of refugees(难民),the oral health team provided clinics where newcomers could receive public health services. Since the first clinic in January 2016,we’ve seen almost 300 newcomers in the South West Zone.

    Working closely with the refugee population,I became aware that public health services in developing countries needed to be greatly increased to meet the needs of the public. This realization excited an interest I always had to volunteer and spread my enthusiasm about oral health globally. In October of 2016,I travelled with a volunteer group, Kindness in Action,to Tanzania Africa. There I provided oral health education in remote areas for two weeks. The experience deepened my enthusiasm about public health and motivated me to apply for the Master of Health Studies program.

How did the author feel when his two front teeth were half-broken?

AFortunate.

BRegretful

CAshamed.

DHopeless.

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                                   B

    My enthusiasm about oral health really started when I was eleven years old. One day,I was playing basketball for my primary school team. When I reached down to catch a ball, my front teeth crashed against the knee of another player. That caused instant tears. Look吨back now I realize how lucky I.that I didn't completely knock out both of my teeth, but at that time being left with two half-broken front teeth felt like the end of the world ! That's the funny thing about oral health: when it's good we don't think about it at all,but when it's bad it is all you can think about.

    Through my position with the Population Health Promotion Program I’ve been able to share my enthusiasm about oral health with the peo讨e in Southern Alberta. Our oral health team offers to examine the eyes of children aged 12 to 36 months for free. The school program us to educate the students on good oral health for children in kindergarten grades one and two. Last year, with the arrival of hundreds of refugees(难民),the oral health team provided clinics where newcomers could receive public health services. Since the first clinic in January 2016,we’ve seen almost 300 newcomers in the South West Zone.

    Working closely with the refugee population,I became aware that public health services in developing countries needed to be greatly increased to meet the needs of the public. This realization excited an interest I always had to volunteer and spread my enthusiasm about oral health globally. In October of 2016,I travelled with a volunteer group, Kindness in Action,to Tanzania Africa. There I provided oral health education in remote areas for two weeks. The experience deepened my enthusiasm about public health and motivated me to apply for the Master of Health Studies program.

What did the author's oral health team do in Southern Alberta?

AThey provided free accommodations for refugees.

BThey offered oral health education to local teachers-

CThey supplied free visual checks to young children.

DThey gave regular health check-ups to local citizens.

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                                   B

    My enthusiasm about oral health really started when I was eleven years old. One day,I was playing basketball for my primary school team. When I reached down to catch a ball, my front teeth crashed against the knee of another player. That caused instant tears. Look吨back now I realize how lucky I.that I didn't completely knock out both of my teeth, but at that time being left with two half-broken front teeth felt like the end of the world ! That's the funny thing about oral health: when it's good we don't think about it at all,but when it's bad it is all you can think about.

    Through my position with the Population Health Promotion Program I’ve been able to share my enthusiasm about oral health with the peo讨e in Southern Alberta. Our oral health team offers to examine the eyes of children aged 12 to 36 months for free. The school program us to educate the students on good oral health for children in kindergarten grades one and two. Last year, with the arrival of hundreds of refugees(难民),the oral health team provided clinics where newcomers could receive public health services. Since the first clinic in January 2016,we’ve seen almost 300 newcomers in the South West Zone.

    Working closely with the refugee population,I became aware that public health services in developing countries needed to be greatly increased to meet the needs of the public. This realization excited an interest I always had to volunteer and spread my enthusiasm about oral health globally. In October of 2016,I travelled with a volunteer group, Kindness in Action,to Tanzania Africa. There I provided oral health education in remote areas for two weeks. The experience deepened my enthusiasm about public health and motivated me to apply for the Master of Health Studies program.

What did the author realize from his experience of working with refugees?

AThe importance of improving public health globally.

BThe lack of public health services in developing countries.

CThe necessity of spreading oral health education worldwide.

DThe meaning of joining in the Master of Health Studies program.

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                                  C

    When dogs get lonely,they like keeping themselves busy场making a big mess around the house。and that doesn't really sit well with their owners. That's why one German radio host,who also happens to be a dog owner came up with the idea for a program designed to relax dogs and make them feel like they aren’t alone.

    When 30-year-old Stephan Stock, a radio host at RadioTon,in Germany’s Baden Wiirttemberg region,announced the creation of a program aimed at dogs, everyone thought it  was just a clever April Fools trick. However, it wasn't. For the past three and a half months, “Hallo Hasso" has been pumping out music for lonely dogs both on the radio and online.

    Stock says he was in喇red to create the special program场his pet dog, Layla, who would sometimes get' so bored when left alone that she would keep herself busy饰making a big mess around the house. He and his colleagues at RadioTon started researching what kind of music usually appeals to dogs, and learned that it should have as little drum and electric guitar as possible, and should be very slow. 

    "It's not about keeping dogs quiet,”Stock said about Hallo Hasso. "It's more about the dog feeling he’s not alone.”He adds that Layla isn’t as restless since listening to Hallo Hasso, and has become relatively quiet, even letting him take a nap(打盹儿)to the music from the radio. 

    Hallo Hasso is only available in Baden-Wurttemberg, via radio, but if you’d like to see if  it can calm your four-legged pet, the program can also be accessed online here. Just press the  "play" arrow at the top of the page and let the music work its m嘻c. If this doesn’t work,  there's always Dog TV.

What do lonely dogs usually do?

ABark fiercely.

BLie quietly

CCreate chaos.

DCause damage.

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                                  C

    When dogs get lonely,they like keeping themselves busy场making a big mess around the house。and that doesn't really sit well with their owners. That's why one German radio host,who also happens to be a dog owner came up with the idea for a program designed to relax dogs and make them feel like they aren’t alone.

    When 30-year-old Stephan Stock, a radio host at RadioTon,in Germany’s Baden Wiirttemberg region,announced the creation of a program aimed at dogs, everyone thought it  was just a clever April Fools trick. However, it wasn't. For the past three and a half months, “Hallo Hasso" has been pumping out music for lonely dogs both on the radio and online.

    Stock says he was in喇red to create the special program场his pet dog, Layla, who would sometimes get' so bored when left alone that she would keep herself busy饰making a big mess around the house. He and his colleagues at RadioTon started researching what kind of music usually appeals to dogs, and learned that it should have as little drum and electric guitar as possible, and should be very slow. 

    "It's not about keeping dogs quiet,”Stock said about Hallo Hasso. "It's more about the dog feeling he’s not alone.”He adds that Layla isn’t as restless since listening to Hallo Hasso, and has become relatively quiet, even letting him take a nap(打盹儿)to the music from the radio. 

    Hallo Hasso is only available in Baden-Wurttemberg, via radio, but if you’d like to see if  it can calm your four-legged pet, the program can also be accessed online here. Just press the  "play" arrow at the top of the page and let the music work its m嘻c. If this doesn’t work,  there's always Dog TV.

How did people respond to Stock’s announcement of a program for dogs?

AThey thought poorly of it.

BThey didn't take it seriously

CThey showed great interest in it.

DThey eagerly expected its broadcast.

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                                  C

    When dogs get lonely,they like keeping themselves busy场making a big mess around the house。and that doesn't really sit well with their owners. That's why one German radio host,who also happens to be a dog owner came up with the idea for a program designed to relax dogs and make them feel like they aren’t alone.

    When 30-year-old Stephan Stock, a radio host at RadioTon,in Germany’s Baden Wiirttemberg region,announced the creation of a program aimed at dogs, everyone thought it  was just a clever April Fools trick. However, it wasn't. For the past three and a half months, “Hallo Hasso" has been pumping out music for lonely dogs both on the radio and online.

    Stock says he was in喇red to create the special program场his pet dog, Layla, who would sometimes get' so bored when left alone that she would keep herself busy饰making a big mess around the house. He and his colleagues at RadioTon started researching what kind of music usually appeals to dogs, and learned that it should have as little drum and electric guitar as possible, and should be very slow. 

    "It's not about keeping dogs quiet,”Stock said about Hallo Hasso. "It's more about the dog feeling he’s not alone.”He adds that Layla isn’t as restless since listening to Hallo Hasso, and has become relatively quiet, even letting him take a nap(打盹儿)to the music from the radio. 

    Hallo Hasso is only available in Baden-Wurttemberg, via radio, but if you’d like to see if  it can calm your four-legged pet, the program can also be accessed online here. Just press the  "play" arrow at the top of the page and let the music work its m嘻c. If this doesn’t work,  there's always Dog TV.

What can we know about Hallo Hasso from the text?

AIt’s accessible only by radio.

BIt aims at keeping dogs quiet.

CIt has no specific limit on music types.

DIt' s a product of Stock’s own life experience.

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                                  C

    When dogs get lonely,they like keeping themselves busy场making a big mess around the house。and that doesn't really sit well with their owners. That's why one German radio host,who also happens to be a dog owner came up with the idea for a program designed to relax dogs and make them feel like they aren’t alone.

    When 30-year-old Stephan Stock, a radio host at RadioTon,in Germany’s Baden Wiirttemberg region,announced the creation of a program aimed at dogs, everyone thought it  was just a clever April Fools trick. However, it wasn't. For the past three and a half months, “Hallo Hasso" has been pumping out music for lonely dogs both on the radio and online.

    Stock says he was in喇red to create the special program场his pet dog, Layla, who would sometimes get' so bored when left alone that she would keep herself busy饰making a big mess around the house. He and his colleagues at RadioTon started researching what kind of music usually appeals to dogs, and learned that it should have as little drum and electric guitar as possible, and should be very slow. 

    "It's not about keeping dogs quiet,”Stock said about Hallo Hasso. "It's more about the dog feeling he’s not alone.”He adds that Layla isn’t as restless since listening to Hallo Hasso, and has become relatively quiet, even letting him take a nap(打盹儿)to the music from the radio. 

    Hallo Hasso is only available in Baden-Wurttemberg, via radio, but if you’d like to see if  it can calm your four-legged pet, the program can also be accessed online here. Just press the  "play" arrow at the top of the page and let the music work its m嘻c. If this doesn’t work,  there's always Dog TV.

Where can we most probably read this text?

AOn a web page.

BIn a newspaper.

CIn a pet magazine.

DIn a research report.

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                                    D

    It's common for children to grow up being told to minimize daydreaming, and instead to focus on lessons and class work. Historically, daydreaming students who go off on their own thoughts,rather than focusing on the teachers,the blackboard or their class work,are often encouraged to stop allowing their attention to wander and to bring themselves back into the present moment. They’re described as uninterested in schoolwork and their future. Traditionally, daydreaming is seen as a practice that results in bad consequences.

    But recent studies are beginning to renounce those common beliefs by pointing out the potential benefits that daydreaming may provide.  PsychCentral reports that Mary Smith, psychological scientist and researcher, recently examined scientific writings and studies to gain a better understanding of the role of a reflective brain. These studies have shown that the brain has a network that is active when a person is daydreaming and that brain network can help fuel memory and learning.

    Though paying attention in school is important, these results suggest that there should be time for students to daydream,too. Giving them the opportunity to reflect and daydream can help improve learning and development.  Research also indicates that when students are permitted to daydream,they experience less anxiety and become more motivated. On the other hand,if students are cautioned against daydreaming, their knowledge of themselves and the world around them may suffer.

    As a result,educators are encouraged to promote a balance between outward and inward attention. A little bit of daydreaming to break up the hard focus on school activities can be beneficial, and it may help students become better, active learners.

    As for students,the lesson here is not to be afraid of doing some daydreaming. Sure, you  want to pay attention to the vital information conveyed to you during your classes,but don't get discouraged if your mind wanders. A little bit of daydreaming is healthy.

What do people usually think of daydreaming students?

AThey live in the future instead of in the moment.

BThey pay too much attention to their own thoughts.

CThey care about neither their studies nor their future.

DThey go off on their own thou办to avoid bad results.

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                                    D

    It's common for children to grow up being told to minimize daydreaming, and instead to focus on lessons and class work. Historically, daydreaming students who go off on their own thoughts,rather than focusing on the teachers,the blackboard or their class work,are often encouraged to stop allowing their attention to wander and to bring themselves back into the present moment. They’re described as uninterested in schoolwork and their future. Traditionally, daydreaming is seen as a practice that results in bad consequences.

    But recent studies are beginning to renounce those common beliefs by pointing out the potential benefits that daydreaming may provide.  PsychCentral reports that Mary Smith, psychological scientist and researcher, recently examined scientific writings and studies to gain a better understanding of the role of a reflective brain. These studies have shown that the brain has a network that is active when a person is daydreaming and that brain network can help fuel memory and learning.

    Though paying attention in school is important, these results suggest that there should be time for students to daydream,too. Giving them the opportunity to reflect and daydream can help improve learning and development.  Research also indicates that when students are permitted to daydream,they experience less anxiety and become more motivated. On the other hand,if students are cautioned against daydreaming, their knowledge of themselves and the world around them may suffer.

    As a result,educators are encouraged to promote a balance between outward and inward attention. A little bit of daydreaming to break up the hard focus on school activities can be beneficial, and it may help students become better, active learners.

    As for students,the lesson here is not to be afraid of doing some daydreaming. Sure, you  want to pay attention to the vital information conveyed to you during your classes,but don't get discouraged if your mind wanders. A little bit of daydreaming is healthy.

The underlined word "renounce" in Paragraph 2 most probably means“_____”.

Aabandon

Bignore

Cpromote

Dconfirm

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                                    D

    It's common for children to grow up being told to minimize daydreaming, and instead to focus on lessons and class work. Historically, daydreaming students who go off on their own thoughts,rather than focusing on the teachers,the blackboard or their class work,are often encouraged to stop allowing their attention to wander and to bring themselves back into the present moment. They’re described as uninterested in schoolwork and their future. Traditionally, daydreaming is seen as a practice that results in bad consequences.

    But recent studies are beginning to renounce those common beliefs by pointing out the potential benefits that daydreaming may provide.  PsychCentral reports that Mary Smith, psychological scientist and researcher, recently examined scientific writings and studies to gain a better understanding of the role of a reflective brain. These studies have shown that the brain has a network that is active when a person is daydreaming and that brain network can help fuel memory and learning.

    Though paying attention in school is important, these results suggest that there should be time for students to daydream,too. Giving them the opportunity to reflect and daydream can help improve learning and development.  Research also indicates that when students are permitted to daydream,they experience less anxiety and become more motivated. On the other hand,if students are cautioned against daydreaming, their knowledge of themselves and the world around them may suffer.

    As a result,educators are encouraged to promote a balance between outward and inward attention. A little bit of daydreaming to break up the hard focus on school activities can be beneficial, and it may help students become better, active learners.

    As for students,the lesson here is not to be afraid of doing some daydreaming. Sure, you  want to pay attention to the vital information conveyed to you during your classes,but don't get discouraged if your mind wanders. A little bit of daydreaming is healthy.

If students are prohibited from daydreaming, they will__________。

Aknow better about themselves

Bget more motivation

Cenjoy .mare calmness

Dbecome more anxious

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                                    D

    It's common for children to grow up being told to minimize daydreaming, and instead to focus on lessons and class work. Historically, daydreaming students who go off on their own thoughts,rather than focusing on the teachers,the blackboard or their class work,are often encouraged to stop allowing their attention to wander and to bring themselves back into the present moment. They’re described as uninterested in schoolwork and their future. Traditionally, daydreaming is seen as a practice that results in bad consequences.

    But recent studies are beginning to renounce those common beliefs by pointing out the potential benefits that daydreaming may provide.  PsychCentral reports that Mary Smith, psychological scientist and researcher, recently examined scientific writings and studies to gain a better understanding of the role of a reflective brain. These studies have shown that the brain has a network that is active when a person is daydreaming and that brain network can help fuel memory and learning.

    Though paying attention in school is important, these results suggest that there should be time for students to daydream,too. Giving them the opportunity to reflect and daydream can help improve learning and development.  Research also indicates that when students are permitted to daydream,they experience less anxiety and become more motivated. On the other hand,if students are cautioned against daydreaming, their knowledge of themselves and the world around them may suffer.

    As a result,educators are encouraged to promote a balance between outward and inward attention. A little bit of daydreaming to break up the hard focus on school activities can be beneficial, and it may help students become better, active learners.

    As for students,the lesson here is not to be afraid of doing some daydreaming. Sure, you  want to pay attention to the vital information conveyed to you during your classes,but don't get discouraged if your mind wanders. A little bit of daydreaming is healthy.

What can be the best title for the text?

ACauses of Daydreaming

BDaydreaming? Not Too Bad!

CDaydreaming? The More,the Better.

DAttitudes towards Daydreaming

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简答题(综合题) 本大题共60分。简答应写出文字说明、证明过程或演算步骤。
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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人空白处的最佳选项

    When I was in the second grade, my dad and I didn't get along very well. I used to think /he didn’t care about me. He would get mad at me about my grades and my behavior at school.   36  It made me lose all hope. I felt that I'd just be a failure for the rest of my life.

    One day, in the fifth grade,I yelled at my dad,"How can you say you love me and care about me? All you ever do is punish me, and get mad at me!”  37  Instead, he hugged me and whispered in my ear," You won't understand how much I love you until you have children of your own.”He went on to tell me that he wanted the best for me and that he was trying to discipline (训导)me so that I could take care of my own family one day.  38   I realized my dad was trying to help me,and that he did love me and care about me. And it was then that I understood that my dad was preparing me for the future.

    Without my dad, my future would have been destroyed by my past actions.  39   He’s  also shown me how important it will be for me to discipline my own children,and how good  grades will help me get a good job so I can take care of my family. 40   1 can’t believe I  ever hated him. I guess sometimes it takes difficulties and arguments to really show you how  much someone cares about you.

    A. I used to keep silent but was nott afraid of him.B. It was as if my eyes were opened.

    C. He’s changed衅life for the better.

    D. My dad is the person who inspires me most.

    E. My dad and I are closer than ever now.

    F. I felt that I .could never please my father.

    G. Strangely, he didn't show the anger I had expected.

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第二节(共10小题海小题1,5分,满分15分)

    阅读下面短文,在空白处填人1个适当的单词或括号内单词的正确形式

    Beijing Opera is a principle tradition in Chinese culture. It’s called Beijing Opera because it's formed in Beijing.

    Beijing Opera has a history of 200 year  61  origin can be seen as old local operas,especially Anhui Opera. In 1790,the first Anhui Opera performance 62   (hold) in Beijing to celebrate the Emperor's birthday. Later, some other Anhui Opera troupes(戏班)went on to perform in Beijing. Anhui Opera was easy to move and good  63   absorbing the acting styles of other  64   (type) of operas.

    During the end of the 19th century and the beginning of the 20th century, Beijing Opera finally formed and became the  65  (big) of all operas in China. Beijing Opera has a rich list of plays, artists,troupes,audiences and wide influences,  66   (make)it the leading opera in China.

    Beijing Opera· is 67  all-round acting art. It mixes singing,reading, acting, fighting and dancing together by using acting  68   (tell)stories and describe characters. The roles in Beijing Opera include the male,female, painted-face and comedic roles. Besides, there  69  (be) other supporting roles as well. 70  (addition),the kinds of facial make- up. especially concerning the color, are the most particular art in Beijing Opera.

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第一节短文改错(共10小题;每小题I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。错误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。

    On the two weekend after my arrival in Brisbane, Helen took Kate and I on an interesting trip. After an Hour’s drive in her car, we get to the Sunshine Coast. There were so many people going there that we had trouble find a parking place. After we advanced along with the bank for forty minute,we reached the Happy Valley. With a gentle wind brushing my face,I felt quite comfortably. This valley did live up to their name. I said jokingly,“Unless I another life, I'd like to be a tree in the Happy Valley!”In a word, I deeply impressed with the trip.

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第二节书面表达(满分25分)

    假定你是李华,你所在的新华中学被邀请参加将于明年五月在伦敦举行的世界中学生运动会,请你用英语给该赛事组委会写一封电子邮件。内容包括:

    1.接受邀请;

    2.询问相关安排;

    3.期待回复。

    注意:1.词数100左右;

            2.可适当增加细节,以使行文连贯。

    参考词汇:世界中学生运动会World Middle School 

Games Dear Sir/Madam,

_________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________

                                                                    Yours

                                                                    Li Hua

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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,选出可以填人空白处的最佳选项。

    Daniella Wride was brushing her daughter's long brown hair.  41   she noticed that with each combing, bunches of it were 42   . That was January 1,2017. Within 20 days,seven-year-old Gianessa Wride’s hair and eyebrows were completely.  43   and her doctor said /they would never grow back. Gianessa bad become one of the 6. 8 million Americans with alopecia (秃头症),a disease that   44  hair loss.

    Alopecia isn’t painful,but for kids who suffer from it,the 45  comes from standing out from the crowd. For the most part, the students in Gianessa' s class were  46  . But the periodic(周期性的)tease of "Baldy" made her feel like being   47   . "I did not want her to not feel beautiful.”her mother said. They  48   covering her hairlessness, but wigs(假发) were  49  and scarves wouldn't stay on.

    Then the school announced its“Crazy Hair Day" competition in April,aid Daniella andGianessa  50  that rather than hiding Gianessa’s hairlessness under scarves or a wig, theywould  51  the day. Daniella bought scrapbook-sticker jewels and decorated her daughterhead with flower-like 52  and even an eagle. "They just fit her  53  ,”Daniella said."She never feels tired and is so 54  .”

    On the morning of the competition, Gianessa was  55  .Would tier friends think it was funny or strange? In fact, Gianessa needn't have  56  at all. She was a great  57 一一and the winner of the crazy-hair competition. Gianessa is now glad she  58  to go bare.“I was sad at first when I lost all my hair,”she said,“but now 1es   59   being hairless.. I can do things to my head that other kids can't. I'm thinking now it might be fun to   60   my head with some shiny butterflies and flowers.”

41.

    A. Curiously

    B. Deliberately

    C. Suddenly           

    D. Eventually

42. 

    A. falling off

    B. setting off

    C. breaking off

    D. taking off

43. 

    A. shaved           

    B. shrunk

    C. ignored

    D. gone

44. 

    A. demands

    B. causes

    C. spreads

    D. guides

45. 

    A. pain             

    B. shame

    C. regret

    D. boredom

46. 

    A. reliable

    B. flexible

    C. forgiving

    D. understanding

47. 

    A. hidern         

    B. abandoned

    C. forgotten

    D. occupied

48. 

    A. suggested

    B. imagined

    C. tried

    D. required

49. 

    A_ uncomfortable

    B. impractical

    C. meaningless

    D. unavailable

50. 

    A. predicted

    B. condemned          

    C. decided

    D. pretended

51 .

    A. avoid

    B. continue

    C. remember

    D. celebrate

52. 

    A. formats         

    B. designs

    C. paintings

    D. expressions

53. 

    A. choice

    B. growth

    C. identity

    D. position

54. 

    A. energetic        

    B. sensitive

    C. generous

    D. conservative

55. 

    A. excited

    B. contradictory

    C. embarrassed          

    D. nervous

56. 

    A. doubted

    B. feared

    C. measured

    D. hesitated

57.

     A. witness

    B. example            

    C, representative

    D. success

58. 

    A. dared

    B. happened

    C. managed

    D- volunteered

59. 

    A. consider        

    B. practice

    C. enjoy

    D. encourage

60. 

    A. impress

    B .decorate

    C. provide

    D. Balance

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