• 英语 2018年高三湖北省第一次模拟试题
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

    Dreaming of summer picnics filled with family and fun? We’ve come up with 4 of the top picnic areas across the US.

    Cumberland Islands, Georgia

    Just a few hours south of Savannah, this national seashore is a picnic paradise. It’s an unspoiled place in the Deep South with over 50 miles of hiking trails(小径). Covered in Spanish moss, the trails are lined with trees and since it’s still a rural area the stars line up for a spectacular show at night and creates the perfect evening starlit picnic opportunity.

    Grant Park, Chicago

    If you are looking for delicious food in Chicago, go for a taste of a 20-day, lake-front, foodie festival that happens in October each year. Grab a spot near the fountain to enjoy your picnic, appreciate the city scenery and lake views and relax with family and friends. If you are there on July 4th, be sure to plan the day to include the fireworks display at the Navy Pier.

    Cranberry Islands, Maine

    Here, you’ll enjoy natural picnics with island views. The islands are a delightful group of islands about 20 minutes offshore from Acadia National Park. You can visit the islands by private boat or ferry (渡船) service. Bring a picnic basket along for the ride as it’s a romantic picnic area to take your special someone or go for a family outing to visit the islands.

    Big Sur, California

    The Point Lobos State Reserve is a small gem. Besides the coastal wildlife there are rare plant communities, and unique geological (地质的) formations. It’s good to have a picnic there. We recommend bringing a telescope, because much of the wildlife can be seen only at a distance.

What are Cumberland Islands like?

AThey are just next to Savannah.

BThey haven’t lost their naturalness.

CThey are almost covered in Spanish moss.

DThey have a spectacular show every night.

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                                    A

    Dreaming of summer picnics filled with family and fun? We’ve come up with 4 of the top picnic areas across the US.

    Cumberland Islands, Georgia

    Just a few hours south of Savannah, this national seashore is a picnic paradise. It’s an unspoiled place in the Deep South with over 50 miles of hiking trails(小径). Covered in Spanish moss, the trails are lined with trees and since it’s still a rural area the stars line up for a spectacular show at night and creates the perfect evening starlit picnic opportunity.

    Grant Park, Chicago

    If you are looking for delicious food in Chicago, go for a taste of a 20-day, lake-front, foodie festival that happens in October each year. Grab a spot near the fountain to enjoy your picnic, appreciate the city scenery and lake views and relax with family and friends. If you are there on July 4th, be sure to plan the day to include the fireworks display at the Navy Pier.

    Cranberry Islands, Maine

    Here, you’ll enjoy natural picnics with island views. The islands are a delightful group of islands about 20 minutes offshore from Acadia National Park. You can visit the islands by private boat or ferry (渡船) service. Bring a picnic basket along for the ride as it’s a romantic picnic area to take your special someone or go for a family outing to visit the islands.

    Big Sur, California

    The Point Lobos State Reserve is a small gem. Besides the coastal wildlife there are rare plant communities, and unique geological (地质的) formations. It’s good to have a picnic there. We recommend bringing a telescope, because much of the wildlife can be seen only at a distance.

Where can you enjoy observing wildlife with a telescope?

AAt the Navy Pier.

BIn the Deep South.

CAt Acadia National Park.

DAt the Point Lobos State Reserve.

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                                    A

    Dreaming of summer picnics filled with family and fun? We’ve come up with 4 of the top picnic areas across the US.

    Cumberland Islands, Georgia

    Just a few hours south of Savannah, this national seashore is a picnic paradise. It’s an unspoiled place in the Deep South with over 50 miles of hiking trails(小径). Covered in Spanish moss, the trails are lined with trees and since it’s still a rural area the stars line up for a spectacular show at night and creates the perfect evening starlit picnic opportunity.

    Grant Park, Chicago

    If you are looking for delicious food in Chicago, go for a taste of a 20-day, lake-front, foodie festival that happens in October each year. Grab a spot near the fountain to enjoy your picnic, appreciate the city scenery and lake views and relax with family and friends. If you are there on July 4th, be sure to plan the day to include the fireworks display at the Navy Pier.

    Cranberry Islands, Maine

    Here, you’ll enjoy natural picnics with island views. The islands are a delightful group of islands about 20 minutes offshore from Acadia National Park. You can visit the islands by private boat or ferry (渡船) service. Bring a picnic basket along for the ride as it’s a romantic picnic area to take your special someone or go for a family outing to visit the islands.

    Big Sur, California

    The Point Lobos State Reserve is a small gem. Besides the coastal wildlife there are rare plant communities, and unique geological (地质的) formations. It’s good to have a picnic there. We recommend bringing a telescope, because much of the wildlife can be seen only at a distance.

Why does the author write this passage?

ATo introduce some picnic areas.

BTo share personal stories about picnics.

CTo tell readers some good ways to relax.

DTo offer readers tips for winter holiday.

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                                    A

    Dreaming of summer picnics filled with family and fun? We’ve come up with 4 of the top picnic areas across the US.

    Cumberland Islands, Georgia

    Just a few hours south of Savannah, this national seashore is a picnic paradise. It’s an unspoiled place in the Deep South with over 50 miles of hiking trails(小径). Covered in Spanish moss, the trails are lined with trees and since it’s still a rural area the stars line up for a spectacular show at night and creates the perfect evening starlit picnic opportunity.

    Grant Park, Chicago

    If you are looking for delicious food in Chicago, go for a taste of a 20-day, lake-front, foodie festival that happens in October each year. Grab a spot near the fountain to enjoy your picnic, appreciate the city scenery and lake views and relax with family and friends. If you are there on July 4th, be sure to plan the day to include the fireworks display at the Navy Pier.

    Cranberry Islands, Maine

    Here, you’ll enjoy natural picnics with island views. The islands are a delightful group of islands about 20 minutes offshore from Acadia National Park. You can visit the islands by private boat or ferry (渡船) service. Bring a picnic basket along for the ride as it’s a romantic picnic area to take your special someone or go for a family outing to visit the islands.

    Big Sur, California

    The Point Lobos State Reserve is a small gem. Besides the coastal wildlife there are rare plant communities, and unique geological (地质的) formations. It’s good to have a picnic there. We recommend bringing a telescope, because much of the wildlife can be seen only at a distance.

Where can we most probably read this passage?

AIn a personal dairy.

BIn a science report.

CIn a travel magazine.

DIn a geography textbook.

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                                    B

    I need to arrive at work at 6 am, which means I have to leave my house at 5 am. Yes, it is quite difficult to wake up at 4 am. Our firm arranges for cab drivers to pick up employees from their homes before 5:30 am. But since we don’t have consistent cabs, the drivers end up having to roam around to pick up the fifteen people.

    An employee comes to the office early on a regular basis. He usually gets picked up first by the drivers. Since he usually travels at the same time, he happens to know the addresses of most of the employees. So he ends up helping the drivers pick up the rest employees. He patiently directs the cab drivers while also calling each employee to inform them the cab is a few minutes away from their residence.

    Yesterday, I was wondering how this person can do this every day, without complaint, even though it’s neither part of his job, nor giving him any added advantage. I thought: “This is a person who definitely deserves a thank-you note.” So I just wrote a card to him yesterday evening, telling him that he has a great attitude and that all the employees really appreciate his act of service. Then, I put the note in an envelope, along with some chocolates.

    Today, when I was supposed to hand my envelope to him, I felt a rush of fear and confusion pass over me. Maybe it was because I had never spoken to him or I was uncertain about how he would react—whether he would doubt my intention. However, when he was getting out of the cab, I thought: “I know my intention is good, and that’s the reason why I should give it to him. What he thinks of it is his own decision. I should do what I feel is right.” So, with my heart beating fast, I handed the envelope to him. And now, I feel happy! Maybe I made someone’s day today.

When does the employee referred to probably get in the taxi every day?

AAt 4 am.

BAt 5 am.

CAt 5:30 am.

DAt 6 am.

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                                    B

    I need to arrive at work at 6 am, which means I have to leave my house at 5 am. Yes, it is quite difficult to wake up at 4 am. Our firm arranges for cab drivers to pick up employees from their homes before 5:30 am. But since we don’t have consistent cabs, the drivers end up having to roam around to pick up the fifteen people.

    An employee comes to the office early on a regular basis. He usually gets picked up first by the drivers. Since he usually travels at the same time, he happens to know the addresses of most of the employees. So he ends up helping the drivers pick up the rest employees. He patiently directs the cab drivers while also calling each employee to inform them the cab is a few minutes away from their residence.

    Yesterday, I was wondering how this person can do this every day, without complaint, even though it’s neither part of his job, nor giving him any added advantage. I thought: “This is a person who definitely deserves a thank-you note.” So I just wrote a card to him yesterday evening, telling him that he has a great attitude and that all the employees really appreciate his act of service. Then, I put the note in an envelope, along with some chocolates.

    Today, when I was supposed to hand my envelope to him, I felt a rush of fear and confusion pass over me. Maybe it was because I had never spoken to him or I was uncertain about how he would react—whether he would doubt my intention. However, when he was getting out of the cab, I thought: “I know my intention is good, and that’s the reason why I should give it to him. What he thinks of it is his own decision. I should do what I feel is right.” So, with my heart beating fast, I handed the envelope to him. And now, I feel happy! Maybe I made someone’s day today.

What problem do the taxi drivers face?

AThe employees live far away from one another.

BThey always let some employees miss their taxis.

CThe employees cannot leave their homes on time.

DThey don’t know where to pick up the employees.

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                                    B

    I need to arrive at work at 6 am, which means I have to leave my house at 5 am. Yes, it is quite difficult to wake up at 4 am. Our firm arranges for cab drivers to pick up employees from their homes before 5:30 am. But since we don’t have consistent cabs, the drivers end up having to roam around to pick up the fifteen people.

    An employee comes to the office early on a regular basis. He usually gets picked up first by the drivers. Since he usually travels at the same time, he happens to know the addresses of most of the employees. So he ends up helping the drivers pick up the rest employees. He patiently directs the cab drivers while also calling each employee to inform them the cab is a few minutes away from their residence.

    Yesterday, I was wondering how this person can do this every day, without complaint, even though it’s neither part of his job, nor giving him any added advantage. I thought: “This is a person who definitely deserves a thank-you note.” So I just wrote a card to him yesterday evening, telling him that he has a great attitude and that all the employees really appreciate his act of service. Then, I put the note in an envelope, along with some chocolates.

    Today, when I was supposed to hand my envelope to him, I felt a rush of fear and confusion pass over me. Maybe it was because I had never spoken to him or I was uncertain about how he would react—whether he would doubt my intention. However, when he was getting out of the cab, I thought: “I know my intention is good, and that’s the reason why I should give it to him. What he thinks of it is his own decision. I should do what I feel is right.” So, with my heart beating fast, I handed the envelope to him. And now, I feel happy! Maybe I made someone’s day today.

What’s the main idea of Paragraph 3?

AWhy the employee deserves a thank-you note.

BHow the author was moved by the employee’s act.

CThe author would express thanks to the employee.

DThe employee has a good attitude towards life.

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                                    C

    Many high school students consider a college education useless. Therefore, they choose not to go to college. If you're one of them, think again. Here are some reasons why you should go to college and receive a good education there.

    Schools and universities are the first sources of knowledge. We take that knowledge later on to build our careers after graduation. More knowledge will be gained after you start working, but without an education, that job will not be within easy reach. Knowledge leads to knowledge.

    While limited within the walls of the educational institutions, we openly explore other cultures of the world. We come to know that ours is not the only culture. Other cultures have valuable insights to share, enriching our own. Education also makes us want to travel and interact with various cultures, broadening our horizons.

    When there’s a downturn(衰退) in the economy, those who attended college will be more likely to find a new job than those who only finished grade school and have a limited skills set. The more education you have, the more chances you will get to improve the quality of your life as you have a better job and earn a higher salary.

    When you’re skillful and knowledgeable, you get to “rub knees” with people of similar backgrounds and tastes. It means a good education leads to excellent networking. Good networking can benefit you a lot in your later life.

    A good education makes you a more interesting person. You can talk about ideas and events instead of just other people and what’s on sale in stores. An educated person doesn’t gossip, having a preference to discuss ideas and listen to what other people have to say.

Paragraph 2 mainly shows that going to college allows you to ______.

Ahave a chance to study abroad

Bkeep gaining knowledge

Cbecome a more interesting person

Drealize the importance of knowledge

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                                    C

    Many high school students consider a college education useless. Therefore, they choose not to go to college. If you're one of them, think again. Here are some reasons why you should go to college and receive a good education there.

    Schools and universities are the first sources of knowledge. We take that knowledge later on to build our careers after graduation. More knowledge will be gained after you start working, but without an education, that job will not be within easy reach. Knowledge leads to knowledge.

    While limited within the walls of the educational institutions, we openly explore other cultures of the world. We come to know that ours is not the only culture. Other cultures have valuable insights to share, enriching our own. Education also makes us want to travel and interact with various cultures, broadening our horizons.

    When there’s a downturn(衰退) in the economy, those who attended college will be more likely to find a new job than those who only finished grade school and have a limited skills set. The more education you have, the more chances you will get to improve the quality of your life as you have a better job and earn a higher salary.

    When you’re skillful and knowledgeable, you get to “rub knees” with people of similar backgrounds and tastes. It means a good education leads to excellent networking. Good networking can benefit you a lot in your later life.

    A good education makes you a more interesting person. You can talk about ideas and events instead of just other people and what’s on sale in stores. An educated person doesn’t gossip, having a preference to discuss ideas and listen to what other people have to say.

According to Paragraph 3, what does going to college mean?

AHaving a greater understanding of different cultures.

BBeing limited within the walls of a college.

CValuing our own culture much more.

DThinking differently from others.

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                                    C

    Many high school students consider a college education useless. Therefore, they choose not to go to college. If you're one of them, think again. Here are some reasons why you should go to college and receive a good education there.

    Schools and universities are the first sources of knowledge. We take that knowledge later on to build our careers after graduation. More knowledge will be gained after you start working, but without an education, that job will not be within easy reach. Knowledge leads to knowledge.

    While limited within the walls of the educational institutions, we openly explore other cultures of the world. We come to know that ours is not the only culture. Other cultures have valuable insights to share, enriching our own. Education also makes us want to travel and interact with various cultures, broadening our horizons.

    When there’s a downturn(衰退) in the economy, those who attended college will be more likely to find a new job than those who only finished grade school and have a limited skills set. The more education you have, the more chances you will get to improve the quality of your life as you have a better job and earn a higher salary.

    When you’re skillful and knowledgeable, you get to “rub knees” with people of similar backgrounds and tastes. It means a good education leads to excellent networking. Good networking can benefit you a lot in your later life.

    A good education makes you a more interesting person. You can talk about ideas and events instead of just other people and what’s on sale in stores. An educated person doesn’t gossip, having a preference to discuss ideas and listen to what other people have to say.

By giving the example of a downturn in the economy, what does the author want to show?

AA good education can improve your tastes.

BA good education sometimes means nothing.

CA good education means you will not lose your job.

DA good education allows you to keep a high quality of life.

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                                    C

    Many high school students consider a college education useless. Therefore, they choose not to go to college. If you're one of them, think again. Here are some reasons why you should go to college and receive a good education there.

    Schools and universities are the first sources of knowledge. We take that knowledge later on to build our careers after graduation. More knowledge will be gained after you start working, but without an education, that job will not be within easy reach. Knowledge leads to knowledge.

    While limited within the walls of the educational institutions, we openly explore other cultures of the world. We come to know that ours is not the only culture. Other cultures have valuable insights to share, enriching our own. Education also makes us want to travel and interact with various cultures, broadening our horizons.

    When there’s a downturn(衰退) in the economy, those who attended college will be more likely to find a new job than those who only finished grade school and have a limited skills set. The more education you have, the more chances you will get to improve the quality of your life as you have a better job and earn a higher salary.

    When you’re skillful and knowledgeable, you get to “rub knees” with people of similar backgrounds and tastes. It means a good education leads to excellent networking. Good networking can benefit you a lot in your later life.

    A good education makes you a more interesting person. You can talk about ideas and events instead of just other people and what’s on sale in stores. An educated person doesn’t gossip, having a preference to discuss ideas and listen to what other people have to say.

Whatis the text mainly about?

ASources of knowledge.

BBenefits of attending college.

CThe disadvantages of not being educated.

DThe reason why some people think college useless.

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                                    D

    When parents discover their child has lied to them for the first time, it can often come as a shock to find their little treasure is capable of such tricking. But new research has suggested many parents may not even notice many of the lies their children tell them.

    Psychologists have discovered that most parents are over-confident in their child’s honesty and this may break their ability to spot a lie.

    The findings may help to explain why some parents seem to be willing to let their children get away with almost anything. They say that mothers and fathers suffer from a “truth bias” with their own youngsters but when faced with lies from other people’s children, they have less difficulty telling if a statement is true or not.

    Dr. Angela Evans, a psychologist at Brock University in Ontario, Canada, said: “The close relationship that parents share with their own children may be related to their lives. Parents’ truth bias may reflect a rigid and perhaps biased idea of their own children based on previous experiences. This view may result in parents being less suspicious of their children and allowing for their children to be able to successfully cheat them.”

    Most children are thought to start lying as early as two years old but start telling more believable lies at around the age of four years old. Learning how to lie is widely considered to be a key part of the social development in children. But many parents are shocked when their children start lying to them.

    In their study, Dr. Evans and her colleagues filmed 118 children as they performed a test. Then videos of those children were shown to 152 parents of children aged 8 to 16 years old, 80 of whom had children who had taken part in the test. The researchers found that the parents were less able to spot lies told by their own children. However, they were better at finding truths than parents whose children hadn’t taken part in the test.

Why do parents have difficulty finding their children’s lies?

AParents are too trusting of their children.

BChildren know how to earn their parents’ trust.

CParents may establish no close relationship with children.

DChildren don’t communicate with parents about everything.

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                                    D

    When parents discover their child has lied to them for the first time, it can often come as a shock to find their little treasure is capable of such tricking. But new research has suggested many parents may not even notice many of the lies their children tell them.

    Psychologists have discovered that most parents are over-confident in their child’s honesty and this may break their ability to spot a lie.

    The findings may help to explain why some parents seem to be willing to let their children get away with almost anything. They say that mothers and fathers suffer from a “truth bias” with their own youngsters but when faced with lies from other people’s children, they have less difficulty telling if a statement is true or not.

    Dr. Angela Evans, a psychologist at Brock University in Ontario, Canada, said: “The close relationship that parents share with their own children may be related to their lives. Parents’ truth bias may reflect a rigid and perhaps biased idea of their own children based on previous experiences. This view may result in parents being less suspicious of their children and allowing for their children to be able to successfully cheat them.”

    Most children are thought to start lying as early as two years old but start telling more believable lies at around the age of four years old. Learning how to lie is widely considered to be a key part of the social development in children. But many parents are shocked when their children start lying to them.

    In their study, Dr. Evans and her colleagues filmed 118 children as they performed a test. Then videos of those children were shown to 152 parents of children aged 8 to 16 years old, 80 of whom had children who had taken part in the test. The researchers found that the parents were less able to spot lies told by their own children. However, they were better at finding truths than parents whose children hadn’t taken part in the test.

What does the underlined word “suspicious” in Paragraph 4 mean?

AConcerned.

BSkeptical.

CRealistic.

DSure.

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                                    D

    When parents discover their child has lied to them for the first time, it can often come as a shock to find their little treasure is capable of such tricking. But new research has suggested many parents may not even notice many of the lies their children tell them.

    Psychologists have discovered that most parents are over-confident in their child’s honesty and this may break their ability to spot a lie.

    The findings may help to explain why some parents seem to be willing to let their children get away with almost anything. They say that mothers and fathers suffer from a “truth bias” with their own youngsters but when faced with lies from other people’s children, they have less difficulty telling if a statement is true or not.

    Dr. Angela Evans, a psychologist at Brock University in Ontario, Canada, said: “The close relationship that parents share with their own children may be related to their lives. Parents’ truth bias may reflect a rigid and perhaps biased idea of their own children based on previous experiences. This view may result in parents being less suspicious of their children and allowing for their children to be able to successfully cheat them.”

    Most children are thought to start lying as early as two years old but start telling more believable lies at around the age of four years old. Learning how to lie is widely considered to be a key part of the social development in children. But many parents are shocked when their children start lying to them.

    In their study, Dr. Evans and her colleagues filmed 118 children as they performed a test. Then videos of those children were shown to 152 parents of children aged 8 to 16 years old, 80 of whom had children who had taken part in the test. The researchers found that the parents were less able to spot lies told by their own children. However, they were better at finding truths than parents whose children hadn’t taken part in the test.

What can be inferred from the last paragraph?

AChildren aged 8 to 16 years old tend to lie more.

BParents having no child enjoy an advantage in telling lies.

C80 percent of children may lie to their parents in daily life.

DParents are better at telling truths rather than lies from their children.

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                                    D

    When parents discover their child has lied to them for the first time, it can often come as a shock to find their little treasure is capable of such tricking. But new research has suggested many parents may not even notice many of the lies their children tell them.

    Psychologists have discovered that most parents are over-confident in their child’s honesty and this may break their ability to spot a lie.

    The findings may help to explain why some parents seem to be willing to let their children get away with almost anything. They say that mothers and fathers suffer from a “truth bias” with their own youngsters but when faced with lies from other people’s children, they have less difficulty telling if a statement is true or not.

    Dr. Angela Evans, a psychologist at Brock University in Ontario, Canada, said: “The close relationship that parents share with their own children may be related to their lives. Parents’ truth bias may reflect a rigid and perhaps biased idea of their own children based on previous experiences. This view may result in parents being less suspicious of their children and allowing for their children to be able to successfully cheat them.”

    Most children are thought to start lying as early as two years old but start telling more believable lies at around the age of four years old. Learning how to lie is widely considered to be a key part of the social development in children. But many parents are shocked when their children start lying to them.

    In their study, Dr. Evans and her colleagues filmed 118 children as they performed a test. Then videos of those children were shown to 152 parents of children aged 8 to 16 years old, 80 of whom had children who had taken part in the test. The researchers found that the parents were less able to spot lies told by their own children. However, they were better at finding truths than parents whose children hadn’t taken part in the test.

Which of the following can be the best title for the text?

AShould children tell lies to their parents?

BWhy parents fail to tell their children’s lies?

CCan parents tell whether their children are lying or not?

DWhat should parents do when their children lie to them?

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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最佳选项。选项中有两项为多余选项。

    People have always wanted to know what the future will look like. Then, how can we?  36   The world has changed a lot in the last 150 years, but we humans are driven by the same basic needs as we were 150 years ago, such as food, sleep, the feeling of being appreciated and loved.  37   No. In addition, generally speaking, the inventions for the last 150 years have been a human effort for freedom and communication, to be able to get in control of the time and world. Since there is still much to do in this area, this will be the focus at least for the next150 years. 

    But why do we need to predict the future? Predicting the future is important for two reasons: First, we need to start to think about what kind of future we would like for ourselves and to pass on to the next generation.  38  

    How about the virtual worlds? It might be in the future to experience the sand between your toes, and hear the waves, just lying in your bed at home.  39   So, even if a great invention is there for an affordable price, it’ll never take the place of the common experience if it is not real.

      40   What we’ll see in the next 50 years is the transition(过渡) from an oil-dependent society to a new society. Here there’ll be new medicine, continued exploration of space, challenges in the climate change, and new inventions that make life a little easier.

    A.So what will the future look like then?

    B.Will this change in the next 150 years?

    C.Predicting the future can help us in many ways.

    D.However, you’ll never get the feeling of being there.

    E.Well, to understand the future, you must know the past.

    F.  However, no matter how real the experience will feel, it doesn’t happen for real.

    G.  Then we need to know what decisions we need to make today that will give the best result in the future.

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第一节 完形填空(共20小题;每小题1.5分,满分30分)

    阅读下面的短文,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 sister, Jenna, aged 28, died, killed by a serious disease.

    Growing up together, the two of us were incredibly  41  . I was studying at university  42   I was told that Jenna had a serious disease. I had no idea what to do.   But when I got to the hospital, Jenna took my hand and said, “Jayde, can you make everyone  43  ? They’re all looking at me like I’m about to  44  .”

    From that point on, I’d joke around and try to  45   the mood(心情). I wanted to make everyone around her stop acting like the  46   thing was about to happen – because we didn’t know it was. 

    When she did die two years later in 2011, it was a complete  47  . Seeing her in hospital in the end, connected to  48  , was awful – as was seeing my parents’ sadness. But I still joked around,  49   her for having bad eyebrows. She died that same day. 

    It took two years for the  50   to start to lift(消散), but when it did, I began seeing  51   differently.

    I’d watched my sister die, so I knew nothing else could  52   as much. It was around then that I  53   the Funny Women competition – something I would never have felt  54   enough to do before Jenna’s death. 

    My  55   in 2014 marked a huge turning point in my career and led to my recent show at the Soho Theatre. I sometimes wonder if I’d be doing all this if Jenna hadn’t died.  But the thing is, she  56  - and this is what I’ve been  57   with.

    Sometimes I think the reason why I’m doing all this is that I have a(n)  58   to make people laugh, mainly my family. For obvious reasons, they’re the  59   audience. But I’ll never stop  60  .

41. 

    A. casual              

    B. close              

    C. distant           

    D. reliable

42. 

    A. and                

    B. so                

    C. before            

    D. when

43. 

    A. laugh                

    B. pray                

    C. cry                

    D. mourn

44. 

    A. submit             

    B. recover            

    C. compromise         

    D. die

45. 

    A. change             

    B. darken             

    C. lighten            

    D. affect

46. 

    A. worst                

    B. strange            

    C. ambiguous        

    D. unbelievable

47. 

    A. offence            

    B. shock            

    C. coincidence        

    D. mess

48. 

    A. the bed            

    B. machines            

    C. me                

    D. nurses

49. 

    A. abusing            

    B. praising            

    C. scolding            

    D. opposing

50. 

    A. spirits                

    B. mist                

    C. anger                

    D. sadness

51. 

    A. life                

    B. people            

    C. society            

    D. death

52. 

    A. matter                

    B. mean                

    C. hurt                

    D. contradict

53. 

    A. lost                

    B. entered            

    C. knew                

    D. held

54. 

    A. eager                

    B. good                

    C. comfortable        

    D. confident

55. 

    A. win                

    B. loss                

    C. challenge            

    D. recovery

56. 

    A. wished            

    B. asked                

    C. did                

    D. encouraged

57. 

    A. equipped            

    B. left               

    C. filled                

    D. supplied

58. 

    A. plan                

    B. ability               

    C. dream              

    D. need

59.

    A. hardest              

    B. target               

    C. enthusiastic          

    D. devoted

60.

    A.competing           

    B. learning               

    C. trying               

    D. joking

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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。

    About 800 years after Marco Polo’s journey, the spirit of The Silk Road is still alive. This is thanks to a proposal by Xi Jinping back in 2013. The initiative (倡议), called the Silk Road Economic Belt and the 21st Century Maritime Silk Road, aims  61   (build) a trade network by linking Asia with Africa and Europe  62   ancient trade routes (路线).

    So far, more than 100 countries and organizations have joined the initiative, and about 40 countries have signed cooperation  63   (agree) with China. The initiative covers 60 percent of the world’s population and about $20 trillion—around one  64   (three) of the world GDP.

    The popularity of the Belt and Road Initiative has  65   (it) roots in the human desire to trade ideas and communicate. Just take a look at the Silk Road. It wasn’t just silk and other goods  66   were traded. Knowledge about science and technologies  67   (share) across the network. This included the four great inventions of ancient China. It was also  68   early way for languages and cultures to develop and become influenced by one another.

      69   (similar), the building of the Belt and Road doesn’t just contribute to the economic prosperity (繁荣) of the countries  70   (involve) in the Belt and Road Initiative and regional economic cooperation. It also encourages exchanges and mutual learning between different civilizations, and promotes world peace and development.

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第一节  短文改错(共10小题;每小题l分,满分10分)

    假定英语课上老师要求同桌之间交换修改作文,请你修改你同桌写的以下作文。文中共有10处语言错误,每句中最多有两处。每处错误仅涉及一个单词的增加、删除或修改。

    增加:在缺词处加一个漏字符号(∧),并在其下面写出该加的词。

    删除:把多余的词用斜线(\)划掉。

    修改:在错的词下画一横线,并在该词下面写出修改后的词。

    注意

            1.每处错误及其修改均仅限一词;

            2.只允许修改10处,多者(从第11处起)不计分。

    There is an increasing concern about the education of children in the society, especial in families. As we all know, the success of education due to the cooperation of three factors: family, society and school. To be honest, spoiling children are everywhere whether in cities or in the countryside. As the parents in a family, they will keep influencing students speech, behavior and thinking manners. As a child, their eyes always observe, their ears always listen, or their minds always process the message they absorb. If you see us patiently provide a happy home atmosphere for family members, they would imitate that attitude for the rest of their lives. Personally, it is important of wise parents to realize that every day is being laid for the child’s future.

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第二节书面表达(满分25分)

    假定你是李华,你的美国朋友Tony在你校做交换生,希望你教他做饺子,你写邮件告诉他你的安排。内容包括:

(1)确定时间和地点一起买原材料;

(2)回你家做饺子;

(3)看网络视频预先学习;

(4)吃饺子。

注意:

        1.词数100左右;

        2.可以适当增加细节,以使行文连贯。

Dear Tony,

________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________

                                                Yours,

                                                Li Hua

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