• 英语 长春市2018年高三吉林省长春市第二次模拟试题
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

     China Opera Festival toopen in Nanjing

    The China Opera Festival 2017 is set toopen in Nanjing, Jiangsu province. Since 2011, the Ministry of Culture,supported by local governments, has hosted two opera festivals in Fujian andHubei provinces. Works such as Tulou, Red River Valley, and Suwu of the HanDynasty received favorable reviews from both critics and audiences alike.

    During this year’s festival, 23 opera works— the highest number to date — from all around the country will be performednot only in Nanjing, but also in other cities in Jiangsu such as Xuzhou andYixing. Free lectures about the opera works will also be given.

    Among the 23 operas, there are worksadapted from real-life events, the Chinese revolution, historical figures andevents, and also Western operas.

    ModernChinese opera works will be one of the highlights of this year’s festival.Eight such works will be performed during the festival.

    In addition, to allow more people to accessthe operas, the prices of tickets have been set to range from 20 yuan ($3) to amaximum of 120 yuan. More than 60 percent of the tickets will be priced under60 yuan.

The following provinces have hosted an opera festival except_________.

AFujian

BGuizhou

CHubei

DJiangsu

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                                A

     China Opera Festival toopen in Nanjing

    The China Opera Festival 2017 is set toopen in Nanjing, Jiangsu province. Since 2011, the Ministry of Culture,supported by local governments, has hosted two opera festivals in Fujian andHubei provinces. Works such as Tulou, Red River Valley, and Suwu of the HanDynasty received favorable reviews from both critics and audiences alike.

    During this year’s festival, 23 opera works— the highest number to date — from all around the country will be performednot only in Nanjing, but also in other cities in Jiangsu such as Xuzhou andYixing. Free lectures about the opera works will also be given.

    Among the 23 operas, there are worksadapted from real-life events, the Chinese revolution, historical figures andevents, and also Western operas.

    ModernChinese opera works will be one of the highlights of this year’s festival.Eight such works will be performed during the festival.

    In addition, to allow more people to accessthe operas, the prices of tickets have been set to range from 20 yuan ($3) to amaximum of 120 yuan. More than 60 percent of the tickets will be priced under60 yuan.

What do we know from the text?

ADuring this year’s festival, the works from all around the world will be performed.

BOnly in Nanjing can we enjoy the excellent performances.

CFree lectures will be the highlight of this year’s festival.

DThe most expensive price of the ticket is 120 yuan.

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                                A

     China Opera Festival toopen in Nanjing

    The China Opera Festival 2017 is set toopen in Nanjing, Jiangsu province. Since 2011, the Ministry of Culture,supported by local governments, has hosted two opera festivals in Fujian andHubei provinces. Works such as Tulou, Red River Valley, and Suwu of the HanDynasty received favorable reviews from both critics and audiences alike.

    During this year’s festival, 23 opera works— the highest number to date — from all around the country will be performednot only in Nanjing, but also in other cities in Jiangsu such as Xuzhou andYixing. Free lectures about the opera works will also be given.

    Among the 23 operas, there are worksadapted from real-life events, the Chinese revolution, historical figures andevents, and also Western operas.

    ModernChinese opera works will be one of the highlights of this year’s festival.Eight such works will be performed during the festival.

    In addition, to allow more people to accessthe operas, the prices of tickets have been set to range from 20 yuan ($3) to amaximum of 120 yuan. More than 60 percent of the tickets will be priced under60 yuan.

What is the author’s purpose of writing this passage?

ATo introduce China.

BTo help people know Nanjing.

CTo inform readers of Nanjing China Opera Festival.

DTo attract audience to buy tickets.

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                                B

    School teachers and parents are always worriedabout whether students are paying attention in class or not. A business schoolin Paris will soon begin using artificial intelligence and facial analysis tosolve the problem. The software,calledNestor,is used in two online classes at the ESG businessschool beginning in September.

    The idea,according to LCA founder Marcel Saucet, is to use the data that Nestor collects to improvethe performance of both students and professors. The software uses webcams (网络摄像机) to analyze eye movements and facial expressions ofthe students and determines whether studentsare paying attention to a video lecture. It then formulates quizzes (小测验) based on the content covered during moments ofinattentiveness. Professors would also be able to identify moments whenstudents’ attention waned (衰退), which could help to improve their teaching, Saucet says.

    Advocatesfor AI in education say that the software is actually unable to teach a course,but the technology could be used as a digital tutorthat would adapt to a student’s individual needs,and help develop more effective studying habits.Such software could also help teachers by providing feedback on theeffectiveness of their teaching, advocates say.

    Saucet says Nestor won’t store any of the videofootage it gets and that his company has no plans to sell any other data thesoftware collects. In addition to facial recognition and analysis, the softwarecan integrate (合并) with students’ calendars to suggest possible study time, and track theironline behavior to pick up on patterns.

    Rose Luckin, a professor at the University CollegeLondon Knowledge Lab, says AI could unlock the “black box of learning” byproviding information on how and when learning happens. Luckin says a programlike Nestor could be useful for students who take classes remotely, since“there isn’t a human there watching them”. While some are concerned that AI mayone day replace teachers,Luckinsees the technology more as an assistant,rather than a replacement. Saucet agrees. “Humancontact is not going to go away,” he says. “There will always be professors.”

How does Nestor work to find out when students aren’t paying attention?

ABy collecting the thoughts of students of the same age.

BBy storing the data of students in different universities.

CBy analyzing eye movements and facial expressions.

DBy identifying moments when students’ attention waned.

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                                B

    School teachers and parents are always worriedabout whether students are paying attention in class or not. A business schoolin Paris will soon begin using artificial intelligence and facial analysis tosolve the problem. The software,calledNestor,is used in two online classes at the ESG businessschool beginning in September.

    The idea,according to LCA founder Marcel Saucet, is to use the data that Nestor collects to improvethe performance of both students and professors. The software uses webcams (网络摄像机) to analyze eye movements and facial expressions ofthe students and determines whether studentsare paying attention to a video lecture. It then formulates quizzes (小测验) based on the content covered during moments ofinattentiveness. Professors would also be able to identify moments whenstudents’ attention waned (衰退), which could help to improve their teaching, Saucet says.

    Advocatesfor AI in education say that the software is actually unable to teach a course,but the technology could be used as a digital tutorthat would adapt to a student’s individual needs,and help develop more effective studying habits.Such software could also help teachers by providing feedback on theeffectiveness of their teaching, advocates say.

    Saucet says Nestor won’t store any of the videofootage it gets and that his company has no plans to sell any other data thesoftware collects. In addition to facial recognition and analysis, the softwarecan integrate (合并) with students’ calendars to suggest possible study time, and track theironline behavior to pick up on patterns.

    Rose Luckin, a professor at the University CollegeLondon Knowledge Lab, says AI could unlock the “black box of learning” byproviding information on how and when learning happens. Luckin says a programlike Nestor could be useful for students who take classes remotely, since“there isn’t a human there watching them”. While some are concerned that AI mayone day replace teachers,Luckinsees the technology more as an assistant,rather than a replacement. Saucet agrees. “Humancontact is not going to go away,” he says. “There will always be professors.”

Which is the benefit of AI education?

AIt helps to develop more effective studying habits.

BThe software is able to teach a course in fact.

CIt could be used exactly as a tutor.

DIt could help recycle teachers’ teaching.

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                                B

    School teachers and parents are always worriedabout whether students are paying attention in class or not. A business schoolin Paris will soon begin using artificial intelligence and facial analysis tosolve the problem. The software,calledNestor,is used in two online classes at the ESG businessschool beginning in September.

    The idea,according to LCA founder Marcel Saucet, is to use the data that Nestor collects to improvethe performance of both students and professors. The software uses webcams (网络摄像机) to analyze eye movements and facial expressions ofthe students and determines whether studentsare paying attention to a video lecture. It then formulates quizzes (小测验) based on the content covered during moments ofinattentiveness. Professors would also be able to identify moments whenstudents’ attention waned (衰退), which could help to improve their teaching, Saucet says.

    Advocatesfor AI in education say that the software is actually unable to teach a course,but the technology could be used as a digital tutorthat would adapt to a student’s individual needs,and help develop more effective studying habits.Such software could also help teachers by providing feedback on theeffectiveness of their teaching, advocates say.

    Saucet says Nestor won’t store any of the videofootage it gets and that his company has no plans to sell any other data thesoftware collects. In addition to facial recognition and analysis, the softwarecan integrate (合并) with students’ calendars to suggest possible study time, and track theironline behavior to pick up on patterns.

    Rose Luckin, a professor at the University CollegeLondon Knowledge Lab, says AI could unlock the “black box of learning” byproviding information on how and when learning happens. Luckin says a programlike Nestor could be useful for students who take classes remotely, since“there isn’t a human there watching them”. While some are concerned that AI mayone day replace teachers,Luckinsees the technology more as an assistant,rather than a replacement. Saucet agrees. “Humancontact is not going to go away,” he says. “There will always be professors.”

How does Nestor deal with the information collected from students?

ANestor will store it.

BIt’ll be kept from being stolen.

CThe company will sell the data to other corporations.

DNestor will use it for suggesting possible study time.

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                                B

    School teachers and parents are always worriedabout whether students are paying attention in class or not. A business schoolin Paris will soon begin using artificial intelligence and facial analysis tosolve the problem. The software,calledNestor,is used in two online classes at the ESG businessschool beginning in September.

    The idea,according to LCA founder Marcel Saucet, is to use the data that Nestor collects to improvethe performance of both students and professors. The software uses webcams (网络摄像机) to analyze eye movements and facial expressions ofthe students and determines whether studentsare paying attention to a video lecture. It then formulates quizzes (小测验) based on the content covered during moments ofinattentiveness. Professors would also be able to identify moments whenstudents’ attention waned (衰退), which could help to improve their teaching, Saucet says.

    Advocatesfor AI in education say that the software is actually unable to teach a course,but the technology could be used as a digital tutorthat would adapt to a student’s individual needs,and help develop more effective studying habits.Such software could also help teachers by providing feedback on theeffectiveness of their teaching, advocates say.

    Saucet says Nestor won’t store any of the videofootage it gets and that his company has no plans to sell any other data thesoftware collects. In addition to facial recognition and analysis, the softwarecan integrate (合并) with students’ calendars to suggest possible study time, and track theironline behavior to pick up on patterns.

    Rose Luckin, a professor at the University CollegeLondon Knowledge Lab, says AI could unlock the “black box of learning” byproviding information on how and when learning happens. Luckin says a programlike Nestor could be useful for students who take classes remotely, since“there isn’t a human there watching them”. While some are concerned that AI mayone day replace teachers,Luckinsees the technology more as an assistant,rather than a replacement. Saucet agrees. “Humancontact is not going to go away,” he says. “There will always be professors.”

What can we learn from Rose Luckin’s words?

AAI could provide information on learning or people’s needs.

BNestor could help the students who take remote classes.

CAI will finally replace teachers one day in the future.

DThere would be no technology without human contact.

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                                C

    Beingphysically challenged can bring about inconvenience in life. But in LenwoodHaddock’s case, being blind works to his advantage. His trained, sensitivehands can perfectly handle every step in the complicated process of weavinghammocks, which takes a sharp eye, a skilled hand and lots of patience. Sincebeginning his craft in 1986, Lenwood has woven about 145,000 perfect hammocks.

    Now 61,Lenwood lost his sight in 1973, at age 18, during a hunting accident. “My wholeworking career has been blind,” he says. He first found a job as a woodworker,but when that organization closed, the North Carolina Division of Services forthe Blind connected him with Hatteras Hammocks.

    On hisfirst day of work, “I did a total of one hammock,” Lenwood recalls, laughing.“And then I came home and laid on the sofa and went to sleep. I lift weights,but I wasn’t as tough as I thought until I started weaving. It takes a lot ofenergy, and you’re standing up all day.”

    In time,however, Lenwood got into a good working rhythm and found he had a gift for thejob. At first he worked on-site at the company, but after a year Lenwood movedhis operation to the home workshop where he’d worked for 10 years during hiswoodworking days.

    SinceLenwood began with Hatteras Hammocks 30 years ago, the company has aquiredother brands and changed its name to The Hammock Source. Today, it is theworld’s largest maker and seller of hammocks, all built by hand.

How old was Lenwood Haddock when he began weaving hammocks?

A18 years old.

B26 years old.

C61 years old.

D31 years old.

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                                C

    Beingphysically challenged can bring about inconvenience in life. But in LenwoodHaddock’s case, being blind works to his advantage. His trained, sensitivehands can perfectly handle every step in the complicated process of weavinghammocks, which takes a sharp eye, a skilled hand and lots of patience. Sincebeginning his craft in 1986, Lenwood has woven about 145,000 perfect hammocks.

    Now 61,Lenwood lost his sight in 1973, at age 18, during a hunting accident. “My wholeworking career has been blind,” he says. He first found a job as a woodworker,but when that organization closed, the North Carolina Division of Services forthe Blind connected him with Hatteras Hammocks.

    On hisfirst day of work, “I did a total of one hammock,” Lenwood recalls, laughing.“And then I came home and laid on the sofa and went to sleep. I lift weights,but I wasn’t as tough as I thought until I started weaving. It takes a lot ofenergy, and you’re standing up all day.”

    In time,however, Lenwood got into a good working rhythm and found he had a gift for thejob. At first he worked on-site at the company, but after a year Lenwood movedhis operation to the home workshop where he’d worked for 10 years during hiswoodworking days.

    SinceLenwood began with Hatteras Hammocks 30 years ago, the company has aquiredother brands and changed its name to The Hammock Source. Today, it is theworld’s largest maker and seller of hammocks, all built by hand.

How did Lenwood Haddock feel after he has finished his first hammock?

AExhausted.

BDisappointed.

CEnergetic.

DBored.

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                                C

    Beingphysically challenged can bring about inconvenience in life. But in LenwoodHaddock’s case, being blind works to his advantage. His trained, sensitivehands can perfectly handle every step in the complicated process of weavinghammocks, which takes a sharp eye, a skilled hand and lots of patience. Sincebeginning his craft in 1986, Lenwood has woven about 145,000 perfect hammocks.

    Now 61,Lenwood lost his sight in 1973, at age 18, during a hunting accident. “My wholeworking career has been blind,” he says. He first found a job as a woodworker,but when that organization closed, the North Carolina Division of Services forthe Blind connected him with Hatteras Hammocks.

    On hisfirst day of work, “I did a total of one hammock,” Lenwood recalls, laughing.“And then I came home and laid on the sofa and went to sleep. I lift weights,but I wasn’t as tough as I thought until I started weaving. It takes a lot ofenergy, and you’re standing up all day.”

    In time,however, Lenwood got into a good working rhythm and found he had a gift for thejob. At first he worked on-site at the company, but after a year Lenwood movedhis operation to the home workshop where he’d worked for 10 years during hiswoodworking days.

    SinceLenwood began with Hatteras Hammocks 30 years ago, the company has aquiredother brands and changed its name to The Hammock Source. Today, it is theworld’s largest maker and seller of hammocks, all built by hand.

Which of the following is needed in weaving hammocks?

APoor eyesight.

BSensitive mind.

CFull patience.

DUntrained craft.

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                                C

    Beingphysically challenged can bring about inconvenience in life. But in LenwoodHaddock’s case, being blind works to his advantage. His trained, sensitivehands can perfectly handle every step in the complicated process of weavinghammocks, which takes a sharp eye, a skilled hand and lots of patience. Sincebeginning his craft in 1986, Lenwood has woven about 145,000 perfect hammocks.

    Now 61,Lenwood lost his sight in 1973, at age 18, during a hunting accident. “My wholeworking career has been blind,” he says. He first found a job as a woodworker,but when that organization closed, the North Carolina Division of Services forthe Blind connected him with Hatteras Hammocks.

    On hisfirst day of work, “I did a total of one hammock,” Lenwood recalls, laughing.“And then I came home and laid on the sofa and went to sleep. I lift weights,but I wasn’t as tough as I thought until I started weaving. It takes a lot ofenergy, and you’re standing up all day.”

    In time,however, Lenwood got into a good working rhythm and found he had a gift for thejob. At first he worked on-site at the company, but after a year Lenwood movedhis operation to the home workshop where he’d worked for 10 years during hiswoodworking days.

    SinceLenwood began with Hatteras Hammocks 30 years ago, the company has aquiredother brands and changed its name to The Hammock Source. Today, it is theworld’s largest maker and seller of hammocks, all built by hand.

What is the best title of the passage?

AThe Success of the Hammock Source Company

BHow to Weave Perfect Hammocks by Hand

CThe Blind Craftsman Who Makes Perfect Hammocks

DHow to Become a Successful Craftsman

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                                 D

    Although the human body is designed to move, modern lifestylesand office jobs rarely give us the chance to move around -- we’re sitting whilewe’re eating; we sit in the car and we sit while we watch TV. It is common for usto sit for many hours at work.

    New research shows that sitting less than threehours a day might extend your life by two years. Peter Katzmarzyk, a scientistat the University of Louisiana in the southern United States, says that sittingis ubiquitous in our lives, meaning it is something we do all thetime, everywhere.

    However, Mr. Katzmarzyk says that does not mean youcan sit for the rest of your waking hours. He also says you may exercise often,“We can’t throw away physical activity. It’s extremely important. We have 60years of research showing us that.”

    Mr. Katzmarzyk and his colleagues are part of a newgeneration of researchers studying how sitting all day affects the length oflife. “Studies that have assessed the relationship between sitting andmortality (死亡率) or television viewing and mortality are veryrare. There’s only been a few of them, actually five or six now, in the lastfour or five years.” They found that cutting television time to less than twohours a day could add one point four years to life.

    Luckily, change is already coming to some offices,especially in the design of desks. A “standing desk” lets people stand whilethey work. Another new design is called the “treadmill desk.” A treadmill is anexercise machine that lets you walk in one place. Even some U.S. schools arebeginning to experiment with desks that are part-bicycle to keep childrenmoving. That’s one of the strategies that many companies are using now.

    Mr. Katzmarzyk also says studying this problem hasinspired his team to make a few changes in their own lives.

The underlined word “ubiquitous” is closest in meaning to ________.

Adangerous

Bcommon

Ccomfortable

Dawkward

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                                 D

    Although the human body is designed to move, modern lifestylesand office jobs rarely give us the chance to move around -- we’re sitting whilewe’re eating; we sit in the car and we sit while we watch TV. It is common for usto sit for many hours at work.

    New research shows that sitting less than threehours a day might extend your life by two years. Peter Katzmarzyk, a scientistat the University of Louisiana in the southern United States, says that sittingis ubiquitous in our lives, meaning it is something we do all thetime, everywhere.

    However, Mr. Katzmarzyk says that does not mean youcan sit for the rest of your waking hours. He also says you may exercise often,“We can’t throw away physical activity. It’s extremely important. We have 60years of research showing us that.”

    Mr. Katzmarzyk and his colleagues are part of a newgeneration of researchers studying how sitting all day affects the length oflife. “Studies that have assessed the relationship between sitting andmortality (死亡率) or television viewing and mortality are veryrare. There’s only been a few of them, actually five or six now, in the lastfour or five years.” They found that cutting television time to less than twohours a day could add one point four years to life.

    Luckily, change is already coming to some offices,especially in the design of desks. A “standing desk” lets people stand whilethey work. Another new design is called the “treadmill desk.” A treadmill is anexercise machine that lets you walk in one place. Even some U.S. schools arebeginning to experiment with desks that are part-bicycle to keep childrenmoving. That’s one of the strategies that many companies are using now.

    Mr. Katzmarzyk also says studying this problem hasinspired his team to make a few changes in their own lives.

Which view agrees with the opinion of Mr. Katzmarzyk?

ASitting too long may help increase one’s life.

BStopping watching TV is a necessary but hard task.

CWatching TV is bad, but can broaden one’s horizons.

DExercise is important and don’t sit too long.

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                                 D

    Although the human body is designed to move, modern lifestylesand office jobs rarely give us the chance to move around -- we’re sitting whilewe’re eating; we sit in the car and we sit while we watch TV. It is common for usto sit for many hours at work.

    New research shows that sitting less than threehours a day might extend your life by two years. Peter Katzmarzyk, a scientistat the University of Louisiana in the southern United States, says that sittingis ubiquitous in our lives, meaning it is something we do all thetime, everywhere.

    However, Mr. Katzmarzyk says that does not mean youcan sit for the rest of your waking hours. He also says you may exercise often,“We can’t throw away physical activity. It’s extremely important. We have 60years of research showing us that.”

    Mr. Katzmarzyk and his colleagues are part of a newgeneration of researchers studying how sitting all day affects the length oflife. “Studies that have assessed the relationship between sitting andmortality (死亡率) or television viewing and mortality are veryrare. There’s only been a few of them, actually five or six now, in the lastfour or five years.” They found that cutting television time to less than twohours a day could add one point four years to life.

    Luckily, change is already coming to some offices,especially in the design of desks. A “standing desk” lets people stand whilethey work. Another new design is called the “treadmill desk.” A treadmill is anexercise machine that lets you walk in one place. Even some U.S. schools arebeginning to experiment with desks that are part-bicycle to keep childrenmoving. That’s one of the strategies that many companies are using now.

    Mr. Katzmarzyk also says studying this problem hasinspired his team to make a few changes in their own lives.

What does Mr. Katzmarzyk think of his study in Paragraph 4?

AIt’s a study that begins too late.

BIt’s a hot subject studied by experts.

CIt’s a relatively new area of study.

DIt’s not ignored by many experts.

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                                 D

    Although the human body is designed to move, modern lifestylesand office jobs rarely give us the chance to move around -- we’re sitting whilewe’re eating; we sit in the car and we sit while we watch TV. It is common for usto sit for many hours at work.

    New research shows that sitting less than threehours a day might extend your life by two years. Peter Katzmarzyk, a scientistat the University of Louisiana in the southern United States, says that sittingis ubiquitous in our lives, meaning it is something we do all thetime, everywhere.

    However, Mr. Katzmarzyk says that does not mean youcan sit for the rest of your waking hours. He also says you may exercise often,“We can’t throw away physical activity. It’s extremely important. We have 60years of research showing us that.”

    Mr. Katzmarzyk and his colleagues are part of a newgeneration of researchers studying how sitting all day affects the length oflife. “Studies that have assessed the relationship between sitting andmortality (死亡率) or television viewing and mortality are veryrare. There’s only been a few of them, actually five or six now, in the lastfour or five years.” They found that cutting television time to less than twohours a day could add one point four years to life.

    Luckily, change is already coming to some offices,especially in the design of desks. A “standing desk” lets people stand whilethey work. Another new design is called the “treadmill desk.” A treadmill is anexercise machine that lets you walk in one place. Even some U.S. schools arebeginning to experiment with desks that are part-bicycle to keep childrenmoving. That’s one of the strategies that many companies are using now.

    Mr. Katzmarzyk also says studying this problem hasinspired his team to make a few changes in their own lives.

Why are the desks of all kinds designed for those who sit more?

ATo offer them the chance to exercise.

BTo improve their work efficiency.

CTo give them more comfort.

DTo seek pleasure while working.

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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)

    阅读下面的文章,从文章后的选项中选出能填入空白处的最佳选项。项中有两项为多余选项。

    Will man be the same as what we are today in 5,000 or even 50,000 years from now on? We can only make a guess, of course. However, we can be sure that we will greatly differ from what we are today.  36

    Let us take an obvious example. Man, even five hundred years ago, was shorter than he is today.  37   Five hundred years is a relatively short period of time, so we can imagine that man will continue to grow taller. Nowadays our eyes are in constant use. In fact, we use them so much that often they become weaker and we have to wear glasses. But over a very long period of time it is likely that man’s eyes will grow stronger.

    On the other hand, we make less use of our arms and legs.  38   We can’t walk farther. At the same time, however, our fingers will grow more sensitive because they are used a great deal in moden life. What about our brain? As time goes on, we shall have to use our brains more and more and eventually we shall need larger ones!  39   Our head, in particular the forehead, will be larger.

    Perhaps all this gives the impression that future man will not be a very attractive creature to look at! This may be true.  40   He will still be a human being with thoughts and emotions similar to our own.

    A. Now on average, man is about three inchestaller.

    B. Man will live in the earth for a long time.

    C. As a result, these are likely to grow weaker.

    D. As we know, man is slowly changing all the time.

    E. What’s more, man is likely to have a wonderfullife.

    F. This is likely to bring about a physical change, too.

    G. All in all, in spite ofall these changes, future man will still have a lot in common with us.

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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,从短文后各题所给四个选项(A、B、C和D)中,选出可以填入空白处的最佳选项。

    To give means a little to us, but it means a lot to people who need it. What impressed me a lot is that I never thought the little help will  41   out to be the most satisfying thing I have ever done. I once met a man. He was tired, and  42   to climb further. With a broad  43  , he asked if I could help him with some money. He was paralyzed(瘫痪)in both legs and was  44   funds for some operation. He said that if operated successfully, he could  45   a training guaranteeing him a job. I was full of  46   and even asked him to show his legs. I gave him the  47   money. After a few days, he again came at my doorstep asking for more money for accommodation. This time I was more or less  48   he is not cheating me. I gave him some and said this is all I have.

    A year went by and I had moved to a(n)  49   place. One fine day I got a call from an unknown number. The caller called out his name but I didn’t  50   him. Then he said he is the very paralyzed person I helped a year ago.

    I asked him how he was doing. He said, “Sir, you recognize me not by my name but by my  51   state.”

    “With your kind help I am now able to  52   on my legs without support. I was operated  53  . I am married to a beautiful lady and have a stable  54  ”.

    I don’t  55   remember if I gave him my phone number.  56  , what he said next was touching. He said he wanted to return my money so that I didn’t feel cheated and continue to help people  57   in the future. I don’t know whether he read my facial expression the day I helped him but tears were  58   down my face. That day I promised him I would continue to help people as I see a(n)  59   — small or big.

    It is the small event that makes a big  60   to my life .

41.

    A. send                    

    B. break                      

    C. turn                        

    D. bring

42.

    A. substituting          

    B. struggling              

    C. playing                   

    D. walking

43.

    A. smile                     

    B. look                       

    C. view                       

    D. whisper

44.

    A. raising                   

    B. finding                   

    C. seeking          

    D. earning

45.

    A. pretend                 

    B. intend                    

    C. tend                       

    D. attend

46.

    A. interests                

    B. minds                     

    C. doubts                   

    D. worries   

47.

    A. left                       

    B. remaining               

    C.hiding                    

    D. forgotten

48.

    A. informed              

    B. prepared                

    C. outspoken              

    D. convinced

49.

    A. old                        

    B. new                        

    C. systematic              

    D. bad

50.

    A. recognize              

    B.remind                   

    C. replace                   

    D. repeat

51.

    A. excited                 

    B.disturbed              

    C. stressed                  

    D. disabled

52.

    A. live                

    B.base                       

    C. stand                      

    D. focus

53.

    A. surprisingly           

    B. successfully           

    C. hopefully               

    D. naturally

54.

    A. reason            

    B.promise                  

    C. job                         

    D. character

55.

    A. even               

    B.also                        

    C. already                   

    D. only

56.

    A. Therefore              

    B. Otherwise              

    C. Meanwhile             

    D. However

57.

    A. in place                

    B. inneed                   

    C. in favor                  

    D. in advance

58.

    A. bringing          

    B.putting                   

    C. pulling                   

    D. running

59.

    A. behavior           

    B. case                        

    C.opportunity            

    D. accident

60.

    A. difference          

    B. life                         

    C.decision                 

    D. choice

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第二节(共10小题;每小题1.5分,满分15分)

    阅读下面材料,在空白处填入1个适当的单词或括号内单词的正确形式。

    Each year, the famous Oxford Dictionary selects its Word of the Year,  61   reflects the annual mood. The  62   (win) word for 2017 is connected to young people-- “youthquake”.

    It’s defined as “a significant  63   (culture), political, or social change  64  (arise) from the actions or influence of young people”, according to CNN.

    The word was  65   (create) about 50 years ago by former Vogue editor Diana Vreeland, who used it to describe young people’s impact  66   fashion and music.

    But in the past year, usage of  67   word increased by 400 percent, according to the Oxford English Corpus.

    The word mainly gained  68   (popular)  during this June’s general election in the UK, as a large number of young people voted to support Jeremy Corbyn’s Labour Party, which caused the Conservative Party to lose their  69   (major)  in the Parliament(议会).

    More than half of those  70   (age)18-24 turned out to vote, an increase of 16 percentage points compared to 2015, The Guardian reported.

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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 other day our school organized a trip to a fire station, which we have expected for several days. In arrival, the fire-fighters gave us big welcome and led us into a grand exhibition hall, which displayed a wide variety of professional tools. Seeing all the equipments, we were amazed at the firemen’s work. In the center of the hall, one of the fire-fighters delivered a lecture on fire control to us, who raised our awareness of taking proper fire precautions. Shortly afterwards, they showed us how to operate a fire extinguisher step by step, making us become eager to have a try. Then, they gave our chances to practice using it. Now, I dare say I can use it skillful! On our way to home, we couldn’t help but talk about what we had experienced. Not only do we feel pretty joyful and excited, but also we gained so much knowledge about fire control and knew what to do in an emergency.

    We are looking forward to participate in this kind of activity again.

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第二节 书面表达(满分25分)

假如你叫李华,寒假期间要去英国St Maria English Language School (SMELS) 进行短期学习。以下是英方学校寄给你的课程安排选择表,请你仔细阅读课程表,按要求给校方回一封信。

回信应包括以下内容:

    1在以上两种课程中任选一种并说出理由;

    2你现今的英语水平;

    3哪些具体的语言技巧需要得到提高;

    4其他的个人要求。

注意:1信的开头和结尾已为你写好;

          2词数:100左右。

Dear Sir/Madam,

        Thank you for your offer of inviting me to the Winter English course in your school.____________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________

                                    Yours faithfully,

                                           Li Hua

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