• 英语 哈尔滨市2018年高三黑龙江省第二次模拟试题
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)

    阅读下面短文,从短文后各题所给的四个选项(A、B、C和D)中,选出可以填入空白处的最佳选项。

                                A

To:Debbie Hu

From:Lee Haojie

Subject:Handheld Scanners

        Ms. Hu, I received the parcel from ScanTechnology 1 piece. The scanner model they sent is correct, and the quantity isright. However, I've discovered the cables and connectors are all wrong. Theyare not suitable for the model 8021101.

        Can you do me a small favor and gothrough the product information website and see if the cables and connectorsare still compatible (兼容的)with the 8021101 scanners? I have no wish tounpack the cables and connectors and try connecting them to the scanners. Ibelieve we will have problem asking for an exchange if the cables andconnectors are not compatible. If the website suggests an incompatibility,please contact Dan Richman and request an exchange for the correct model.(Refer to the invoice for his e-mail address.)

         I will only use the scanners for our projectonce we have resolved the exchange issue. We should not proceed unless we getconfirmation (证实)on their compatibility. I am looking to resolvethis in the shortest possible time as it would be disastrous to wait for thisexchange without making progress on the project.

Haojie

Which of the following information is NOT included in the invoice?

AThe weight of the individual items.

BThe sender's address.

CThe names of the items sent.

DThe consignee's contact number.

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                                  A

To:Debbie Hu

From:Lee Haojie

Subject:Handheld Scanners

        Ms. Hu, I received the parcel from ScanTechnology 1 piece. The scanner model they sent is correct, and the quantity isright. However, I've discovered the cables and connectors are all wrong. Theyare not suitable for the model 8021101.

        Can you do me a small favor and gothrough the product information website and see if the cables and connectorsare still compatible (兼容的)with the 8021101 scanners? I have no wish tounpack the cables and connectors and try connecting them to the scanners. Ibelieve we will have problem asking for an exchange if the cables andconnectors are not compatible. If the website suggests an incompatibility,please contact Dan Richman and request an exchange for the correct model.(Refer to the invoice for his e-mail address.)

         I will only use the scanners for our projectonce we have resolved the exchange issue. We should not proceed unless we getconfirmation (证实)on their compatibility. I am looking to resolvethis in the shortest possible time as it would be disastrous to wait for thisexchange without making progress on the project.

Haojie

What can be indicated from the invoice?

AMr. Lee is a regular customer.

BThe company only sends shipments to China.

CThe company provides a discount on purchases of over $ 500.

DThe shipment will arrive at its point of destination on December 10.

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                                  A

To:Debbie Hu

From:Lee Haojie

Subject:Handheld Scanners

        Ms. Hu, I received the parcel from ScanTechnology 1 piece. The scanner model they sent is correct, and the quantity isright. However, I've discovered the cables and connectors are all wrong. Theyare not suitable for the model 8021101.

        Can you do me a small favor and gothrough the product information website and see if the cables and connectorsare still compatible (兼容的)with the 8021101 scanners? I have no wish tounpack the cables and connectors and try connecting them to the scanners. Ibelieve we will have problem asking for an exchange if the cables andconnectors are not compatible. If the website suggests an incompatibility,please contact Dan Richman and request an exchange for the correct model.(Refer to the invoice for his e-mail address.)

         I will only use the scanners for our projectonce we have resolved the exchange issue. We should not proceed unless we getconfirmation (证实)on their compatibility. I am looking to resolvethis in the shortest possible time as it would be disastrous to wait for thisexchange without making progress on the project.

Haojie

What is stopping Mr. Lee from opening all the packages?

AHe wants to send them back.

BHe is going to forward them to Ms. Hu.

CHe received some items addressed to someone else.

DHe wants to double-check on the adaptability of some items.

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                                  A

To:Debbie Hu

From:Lee Haojie

Subject:Handheld Scanners

        Ms. Hu, I received the parcel from ScanTechnology 1 piece. The scanner model they sent is correct, and the quantity isright. However, I've discovered the cables and connectors are all wrong. Theyare not suitable for the model 8021101.

        Can you do me a small favor and gothrough the product information website and see if the cables and connectorsare still compatible (兼容的)with the 8021101 scanners? I have no wish tounpack the cables and connectors and try connecting them to the scanners. Ibelieve we will have problem asking for an exchange if the cables andconnectors are not compatible. If the website suggests an incompatibility,please contact Dan Richman and request an exchange for the correct model.(Refer to the invoice for his e-mail address.)

         I will only use the scanners for our projectonce we have resolved the exchange issue. We should not proceed unless we getconfirmation (证实)on their compatibility. I am looking to resolvethis in the shortest possible time as it would be disastrous to wait for thisexchange without making progress on the project.

Haojie

Which of the following does Ms. Hu need to know from the invoice if the cables are found to be incompatible with the scanner?

AModel number: 8021101

BE-mail address: danrichman@scantech.com

CCompany address: 35 HeDong Road

DAir Waybill No: 2309456703W

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                                B

    It is bad to have foodstuck between your teeth for long periods of time. This is because foodattracts germs(细菌); germs produce acid, and acid hurts your teeth and gums.Flossing (使用牙线) helps to remove the food that gets stuckbetween your teeth. This explains why flossing helps to keep your mouthhealthy, but some doctors say that flossing can also be good for your heart.

     It may seem strange that something you do foryour teeth can have any effect on your heart. Doctors have come up with a fewideas about how flossing works to keep your heart healthy. One idea is that thegerms that hurt your teeth can leave the mouth and travel into your blood.Germs that get into the blood can then attack your heart. Another idea is basedon the fact that when there are too many germs in your mouth, the body tries tofight against there germs. For some reason, the way the body fights these mouthgerms may end up weakening the heart overtime.

     Not every doctor agrees about these ideas.Some doctors think that the link between good flossing habits and good hearthealth is only a coincidence. The incidence (发生率)of two or more events is completely random, as they do not admit of anyreliable cause and effect relationship between them. For example, every time Iwash my car, it rains. This does not mean that when I wash my car, I somehowchange the weather. This is only a coincidence. Similarly, some doctors thinkthat people who have bad flossing habits just happen to also have heartproblems, and people who have good flossing habits just happen to have healthyhearts.     The theory that flossing your teeth helps tokeep your heart healthy might not be true. But every doctor agrees thatflossing is a great way to keep your teeth healthy. So even if flossing doesnot help your heart, it is true to help your teeth. This is enough of a reasonfor everyone to floss their teeth every day.

From the passage, we know that ________.

Afood stuck between your teeth may hurt your teeth

Ball of the doctors agree that flossing is good for your heart

Cdoctors' judgment about flossing is based on medical research

Dnot every doctor thinks flossing helps to keep your teeth healthy

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                                B

    It is bad to have foodstuck between your teeth for long periods of time. This is because foodattracts germs(细菌); germs produce acid, and acid hurts your teeth and gums.Flossing (使用牙线) helps to remove the food that gets stuckbetween your teeth. This explains why flossing helps to keep your mouthhealthy, but some doctors say that flossing can also be good for your heart.

     It may seem strange that something you do foryour teeth can have any effect on your heart. Doctors have come up with a fewideas about how flossing works to keep your heart healthy. One idea is that thegerms that hurt your teeth can leave the mouth and travel into your blood.Germs that get into the blood can then attack your heart. Another idea is basedon the fact that when there are too many germs in your mouth, the body tries tofight against there germs. For some reason, the way the body fights these mouthgerms may end up weakening the heart overtime.

     Not every doctor agrees about these ideas.Some doctors think that the link between good flossing habits and good hearthealth is only a coincidence. The incidence (发生率)of two or more events is completely random, as they do not admit of anyreliable cause and effect relationship between them. For example, every time Iwash my car, it rains. This does not mean that when I wash my car, I somehowchange the weather. This is only a coincidence. Similarly, some doctors thinkthat people who have bad flossing habits just happen to also have heartproblems, and people who have good flossing habits just happen to have healthyhearts.     The theory that flossing your teeth helps tokeep your heart healthy might not be true. But every doctor agrees thatflossing is a great way to keep your teeth healthy. So even if flossing doesnot help your heart, it is true to help your teeth. This is enough of a reasonfor everyone to floss their teeth every day.

The underlined sentence in Paragraph 3 is to ________.

Aprovide an example

Bmake a comparison

Cintroduce a new topic

Ddevelop the previous statement

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                                B

    It is bad to have foodstuck between your teeth for long periods of time. This is because foodattracts germs(细菌); germs produce acid, and acid hurts your teeth and gums.Flossing (使用牙线) helps to remove the food that gets stuckbetween your teeth. This explains why flossing helps to keep your mouthhealthy, but some doctors say that flossing can also be good for your heart.

     It may seem strange that something you do foryour teeth can have any effect on your heart. Doctors have come up with a fewideas about how flossing works to keep your heart healthy. One idea is that thegerms that hurt your teeth can leave the mouth and travel into your blood.Germs that get into the blood can then attack your heart. Another idea is basedon the fact that when there are too many germs in your mouth, the body tries tofight against there germs. For some reason, the way the body fights these mouthgerms may end up weakening the heart overtime.

     Not every doctor agrees about these ideas.Some doctors think that the link between good flossing habits and good hearthealth is only a coincidence. The incidence (发生率)of two or more events is completely random, as they do not admit of anyreliable cause and effect relationship between them. For example, every time Iwash my car, it rains. This does not mean that when I wash my car, I somehowchange the weather. This is only a coincidence. Similarly, some doctors thinkthat people who have bad flossing habits just happen to also have heartproblems, and people who have good flossing habits just happen to have healthyhearts.     The theory that flossing your teeth helps tokeep your heart healthy might not be true. But every doctor agrees thatflossing is a great way to keep your teeth healthy. So even if flossing doesnot help your heart, it is true to help your teeth. This is enough of a reasonfor everyone to floss their teeth every day.

Which of the following best states the main idea of the last paragraph?

AIt is a fact that flossing can help your heart as well as your teeth.

BThere is no good reason to believe that flossing will help your heart.

CBecause doctors find flossing won't help your heart, it is useless to floss.

DEven if flossing is only good for your teeth, you should still do it every day.

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                                B

    It is bad to have foodstuck between your teeth for long periods of time. This is because foodattracts germs(细菌); germs produce acid, and acid hurts your teeth and gums.Flossing (使用牙线) helps to remove the food that gets stuckbetween your teeth. This explains why flossing helps to keep your mouthhealthy, but some doctors say that flossing can also be good for your heart.

     It may seem strange that something you do foryour teeth can have any effect on your heart. Doctors have come up with a fewideas about how flossing works to keep your heart healthy. One idea is that thegerms that hurt your teeth can leave the mouth and travel into your blood.Germs that get into the blood can then attack your heart. Another idea is basedon the fact that when there are too many germs in your mouth, the body tries tofight against there germs. For some reason, the way the body fights these mouthgerms may end up weakening the heart overtime.

     Not every doctor agrees about these ideas.Some doctors think that the link between good flossing habits and good hearthealth is only a coincidence. The incidence (发生率)of two or more events is completely random, as they do not admit of anyreliable cause and effect relationship between them. For example, every time Iwash my car, it rains. This does not mean that when I wash my car, I somehowchange the weather. This is only a coincidence. Similarly, some doctors thinkthat people who have bad flossing habits just happen to also have heartproblems, and people who have good flossing habits just happen to have healthyhearts.     The theory that flossing your teeth helps tokeep your heart healthy might not be true. But every doctor agrees thatflossing is a great way to keep your teeth healthy. So even if flossing doesnot help your heart, it is true to help your teeth. This is enough of a reasonfor everyone to floss their teeth every day.

Which is the best title for the passage?

AFlossing by Coincidence

BHow to Keep Your Teeth Healthy

CFlossing Habits and Healthy Hearts

DWhy Doctors Disagree About Flossing

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                                 C

    University graduates Mallorie Brodie and LaurenHasegawa, who invented a smartphone app that tracks construction defects for commercial builders,had a tiger by the tail.

    Bridgit, which they founded in 2012, launched acloud-based communications platform that helped manage defects on constructionsites, which can delay projects and result in costly repairs if left unchecked.The smartphone application lets site supervisors(监管人员) takephotos of cracks or damaged paint, share them with employees and track theproblems to solution.

    More than 600 subcontractors used thepilot version in many building sites before the commercial version, calledCloseout, officially launched.

    Feedback(反馈)wasso good that they began to wonder: Why limit their invention to a specificindustry? Why not turn it into some kind of a handy tool for consumers too?This became their dilemma. In other words, should they stay the course or lookfor wider applications of their app?

     The experts surveyed all agreed Bridgit shouldstay focused on its original goal. Ms. Hasegawa and Ms. Brodie took thatadvice.

    As more businesscustomers signed on, it became clear that they made the right decision. Sincethen, the company's growth has been rapid.

     Earlier this year, Bridgit launched Closeout,which is designed so that even the least tech-savvy(了解)can use it easily. Today, the app is being used on sites across Canada and theUnited States and even by top general contractors.     

    In October, Bridgit was named to the CanadianInnovation Exchange's top 20 list of Canada's most innovative (创新的)companies working in digital media and information and communication technology.     

    But Ms. Hasegawa and Ms. Brodie are notresting on their glories. They have also been collecting feedback on Closeoutfrom customers, and they'll launch a new version in the spring. It will targetnot only general contractors but developers and building owners, too.   

What does the underlined word "defects" in Paragraph 1 probably mean?

AStyle.

BProcess.

CDrawback.

DMaterial.

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                                 C

    University graduates Mallorie Brodie and LaurenHasegawa, who invented a smartphone app that tracks construction defects for commercial builders,had a tiger by the tail.

    Bridgit, which they founded in 2012, launched acloud-based communications platform that helped manage defects on constructionsites, which can delay projects and result in costly repairs if left unchecked.The smartphone application lets site supervisors(监管人员) takephotos of cracks or damaged paint, share them with employees and track theproblems to solution.

    More than 600 subcontractors used thepilot version in many building sites before the commercial version, calledCloseout, officially launched.

    Feedback(反馈)wasso good that they began to wonder: Why limit their invention to a specificindustry? Why not turn it into some kind of a handy tool for consumers too?This became their dilemma. In other words, should they stay the course or lookfor wider applications of their app?

     The experts surveyed all agreed Bridgit shouldstay focused on its original goal. Ms. Hasegawa and Ms. Brodie took thatadvice.

    As more businesscustomers signed on, it became clear that they made the right decision. Sincethen, the company's growth has been rapid.

     Earlier this year, Bridgit launched Closeout,which is designed so that even the least tech-savvy(了解)can use it easily. Today, the app is being used on sites across Canada and theUnited States and even by top general contractors.     

    In October, Bridgit was named to the CanadianInnovation Exchange's top 20 list of Canada's most innovative (创新的)companies working in digital media and information and communication technology.     

    But Ms. Hasegawa and Ms. Brodie are notresting on their glories. They have also been collecting feedback on Closeoutfrom customers, and they'll launch a new version in the spring. It will targetnot only general contractors but developers and building owners, too.   

What did the two graduates decide to do when the pilot version was well received?

ATurn to the ordinary consumer market.

BLook for wider applications of their app.

CTurn it into a widely-used tool for consumers.

DContinue centering on the development in construction industry.

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                                 C

    University graduates Mallorie Brodie and LaurenHasegawa, who invented a smartphone app that tracks construction defects for commercial builders,had a tiger by the tail.

    Bridgit, which they founded in 2012, launched acloud-based communications platform that helped manage defects on constructionsites, which can delay projects and result in costly repairs if left unchecked.The smartphone application lets site supervisors(监管人员) takephotos of cracks or damaged paint, share them with employees and track theproblems to solution.

    More than 600 subcontractors used thepilot version in many building sites before the commercial version, calledCloseout, officially launched.

    Feedback(反馈)wasso good that they began to wonder: Why limit their invention to a specificindustry? Why not turn it into some kind of a handy tool for consumers too?This became their dilemma. In other words, should they stay the course or lookfor wider applications of their app?

     The experts surveyed all agreed Bridgit shouldstay focused on its original goal. Ms. Hasegawa and Ms. Brodie took thatadvice.

    As more businesscustomers signed on, it became clear that they made the right decision. Sincethen, the company's growth has been rapid.

     Earlier this year, Bridgit launched Closeout,which is designed so that even the least tech-savvy(了解)can use it easily. Today, the app is being used on sites across Canada and theUnited States and even by top general contractors.     

    In October, Bridgit was named to the CanadianInnovation Exchange's top 20 list of Canada's most innovative (创新的)companies working in digital media and information and communication technology.     

    But Ms. Hasegawa and Ms. Brodie are notresting on their glories. They have also been collecting feedback on Closeoutfrom customers, and they'll launch a new version in the spring. It will targetnot only general contractors but developers and building owners, too.   

Who could be their potential customers?

ASmartphone users.

BArchitects.

CComputer programmers.

DPhotographers.

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                                 C

    University graduates Mallorie Brodie and LaurenHasegawa, who invented a smartphone app that tracks construction defects for commercial builders,had a tiger by the tail.

    Bridgit, which they founded in 2012, launched acloud-based communications platform that helped manage defects on constructionsites, which can delay projects and result in costly repairs if left unchecked.The smartphone application lets site supervisors(监管人员) takephotos of cracks or damaged paint, share them with employees and track theproblems to solution.

    More than 600 subcontractors used thepilot version in many building sites before the commercial version, calledCloseout, officially launched.

    Feedback(反馈)wasso good that they began to wonder: Why limit their invention to a specificindustry? Why not turn it into some kind of a handy tool for consumers too?This became their dilemma. In other words, should they stay the course or lookfor wider applications of their app?

     The experts surveyed all agreed Bridgit shouldstay focused on its original goal. Ms. Hasegawa and Ms. Brodie took thatadvice.

    As more businesscustomers signed on, it became clear that they made the right decision. Sincethen, the company's growth has been rapid.

     Earlier this year, Bridgit launched Closeout,which is designed so that even the least tech-savvy(了解)can use it easily. Today, the app is being used on sites across Canada and theUnited States and even by top general contractors.     

    In October, Bridgit was named to the CanadianInnovation Exchange's top 20 list of Canada's most innovative (创新的)companies working in digital media and information and communication technology.     

    But Ms. Hasegawa and Ms. Brodie are notresting on their glories. They have also been collecting feedback on Closeoutfrom customers, and they'll launch a new version in the spring. It will targetnot only general contractors but developers and building owners, too.   

Which of the following might be the best title?

AGraduates' smartphone application takes off

BGraduates' smartphone application has a bright future

CGraduates' smartphone application meets with challenges

DGraduates' smartphone application plays an important role in our life

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                                 D

    Blind imitation(模仿) isself-destruction. To those who do not recognize their unique worth, imitationappears attractive: to those who know their strength, imitation isunacceptable.

     In the early stages of skill or characterdevelopment, imitation is helpful. When I first learned to cook, I used recipesand turned out some tasty dishes. But soon I grew bored. Why follow someoneelse’s way of cooking when I could create my own? Imitating role models is likeusing training wheels on a child’s bicycle; they help you get going, but onceyou find your own balance, you fly faster and farther without relying on them.

    In daily life, imitation can hurt us if wesubconsciously(下意识地) hold poor role models. If, as a child, youobserved people whose lives were bad, you may have accepted their fear and painas normal and gone on to follow what they did. If you do not make strongchoices for yourself, you will get the results of the weak choices of others.

    In the field of entertainment, our cultureglorifies celebrities. Those stars look great on screen. But when they step offscreen, their personal lives may be disastrous. If you are going to followsomeone, focus on their talent, not their bad character or unacceptablebehaviors.

    Blessed is the person willing to act on theirsudden desire to create something unique. Think of the movies, books, teachers,and friends that have affected you most deeply. They touched you because theircreations were motivated by inspiration, not desperation. The world is changednot by those who do what has been done before them, but by those who do whathas been done inside them. Creative people have an endless resource of ideas.The problem a creator faces is not running out of material; it is what to dowith the material knocking at the door of imagination.

    Study your role models, accept the gifts theyhave given, and leave behind what does not server. Then you can say, “I standon the shoulders of my ancestors’ tragedies and stories, and know that they arecheering me on.”

To avoid the bad result of imitation, we should ________.

Aforget daily fear and pain

Bask others for decisions

Cchoose the right example

Dstay away from stars

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                                 D

    Blind imitation(模仿) isself-destruction. To those who do not recognize their unique worth, imitationappears attractive: to those who know their strength, imitation isunacceptable.

     In the early stages of skill or characterdevelopment, imitation is helpful. When I first learned to cook, I used recipesand turned out some tasty dishes. But soon I grew bored. Why follow someoneelse’s way of cooking when I could create my own? Imitating role models is likeusing training wheels on a child’s bicycle; they help you get going, but onceyou find your own balance, you fly faster and farther without relying on them.

    In daily life, imitation can hurt us if wesubconsciously(下意识地) hold poor role models. If, as a child, youobserved people whose lives were bad, you may have accepted their fear and painas normal and gone on to follow what they did. If you do not make strongchoices for yourself, you will get the results of the weak choices of others.

    In the field of entertainment, our cultureglorifies celebrities. Those stars look great on screen. But when they step offscreen, their personal lives may be disastrous. If you are going to followsomeone, focus on their talent, not their bad character or unacceptablebehaviors.

    Blessed is the person willing to act on theirsudden desire to create something unique. Think of the movies, books, teachers,and friends that have affected you most deeply. They touched you because theircreations were motivated by inspiration, not desperation. The world is changednot by those who do what has been done before them, but by those who do whathas been done inside them. Creative people have an endless resource of ideas.The problem a creator faces is not running out of material; it is what to dowith the material knocking at the door of imagination.

    Study your role models, accept the gifts theyhave given, and leave behind what does not server. Then you can say, “I standon the shoulders of my ancestors’ tragedies and stories, and know that they arecheering me on.”

According to the author, the world moves on because of those who are ________.

Adesperate to insurance others with their knowledge

Bwilling to accept others’ ideas

Ceager to discover what their ancestors did

Dready to turn their original ideas into reality

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                                 D

    Blind imitation(模仿) isself-destruction. To those who do not recognize their unique worth, imitationappears attractive: to those who know their strength, imitation isunacceptable.

     In the early stages of skill or characterdevelopment, imitation is helpful. When I first learned to cook, I used recipesand turned out some tasty dishes. But soon I grew bored. Why follow someoneelse’s way of cooking when I could create my own? Imitating role models is likeusing training wheels on a child’s bicycle; they help you get going, but onceyou find your own balance, you fly faster and farther without relying on them.

    In daily life, imitation can hurt us if wesubconsciously(下意识地) hold poor role models. If, as a child, youobserved people whose lives were bad, you may have accepted their fear and painas normal and gone on to follow what they did. If you do not make strongchoices for yourself, you will get the results of the weak choices of others.

    In the field of entertainment, our cultureglorifies celebrities. Those stars look great on screen. But when they step offscreen, their personal lives may be disastrous. If you are going to followsomeone, focus on their talent, not their bad character or unacceptablebehaviors.

    Blessed is the person willing to act on theirsudden desire to create something unique. Think of the movies, books, teachers,and friends that have affected you most deeply. They touched you because theircreations were motivated by inspiration, not desperation. The world is changednot by those who do what has been done before them, but by those who do whathas been done inside them. Creative people have an endless resource of ideas.The problem a creator faces is not running out of material; it is what to dowith the material knocking at the door of imagination.

    Study your role models, accept the gifts theyhave given, and leave behind what does not server. Then you can say, “I standon the shoulders of my ancestors’ tragedies and stories, and know that they arecheering me on.”

What is the author's purpose in writing this passage?

ATo highlight the importance of creatively.

BTo criticize the characters of role models.

CTo compare imagination with creation.

DTo explain the meaning of success.

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填空题 本大题共5小题,每小题10分,共50分。把答案填写在题中横线上。
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第二节(共5小题;每小题 2 分,满分 10 分)

    根据短文内容,从短文后的选项中选出能填入空白处的最佳选项。选项中有两项为多余选项。

    Your children are watching you.  16   According to the Health Program, developing healthy habits is an important part for your children. And when it comes to developing healthy habits, parents influence their children more than anyone else.

      17   What happens during those early years can influence children for the rest of their lives. This includes some eating and exercise habits. Children are very careful, even at a young age. Children watch what others do carefully and imitate the behaviors of those closest to them. As parents, you should do the following:  18   If you do that, your children are more likely to be enthusiastic about developing theirs.

    Let your children see you taking care of your own physical health by eating fruits and vegetables. Talk to them about healthy habits in appropriate terms and at a proper time.  19

      20   Computers, televisions and other forms of technology are a major part of life in the 21st century. Unfortunately, as the use of technology in the home increases, so does the time spent watching TV or playing on the computer. So as parents, you should also arrange the time for your children wisely.

    A. Take part in physical activities and exercise regularly.

    B. Don’t get rid of technology, but use it wisely.

    C. Be enthusiastic about developing healthy habits of your own.

    D. Your actions are speaking to them louder than your words will.

    E. Children prefer to imitate their parents rather than listen to them.

    F. This can be helpful to teach your children to form good eating habits.

    G. It’s easy for thechildren to form their healthy habits when they are young.

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完型填空:共两节(每题1.5分,共60分)

    阅读下面短文,从短文后各题所给的四个选项(A、B、C和D)中,选出可以填入空白处的最佳选项。

                                A

    Yaster, an international student, first met Steve in their chemistry class at an American university.   21  , Steve seemed very friendly. He always  22   Yaster warmly before class. Sometimes he   23  to study with him. He  24  invited Yaster to eat lunch with him. But after the term was over, Steve seemed  25  and the two former classmates didn’t see each other very much at school. One day Yaster decided to call Steve, but Steve didn’t seem very interested in  26   to him. Yaster was  27  by Steve’s change of attitude. Yaster complained, “I thought friends were friends forever.”

    As a  28 , he doesn’t understand the way Americans view friendship. Americans use the word “friend” in a very  29   way. They may call both casual acquaintances and close  30 “friends”. These friendships are   31   common interests. When the  32  activity ends, the friendship may fade. Now as Steve and Yaster are no longer classmates, their “friendship” has  33 .

    In some cultures friendship means a strong life-long  34   between two people. In these cultures friendships develop slowly, since they are built to  35 . But American society is one of rapid change. Studies show that one out of five American families moves every year, and thus American friendships may change just  36   quickly. People from the United States may at first seem friendly and they often  37  easily with strangers. But American friendliness is not  38  an offer of true friendship. After an experience   39    Yaster’s, people who’ve been in this country for only a few months may consider Americans to be unreliable. Learning how Americans  40   friendship can help non-Americans avoid misunderstandings. It can also help them make friends in the American way.

21. 

    A. As usual   B.At first                     

    C. In fact  D. In short

22. 

    A. invited   B.helped               

    C. guided  D. greeted

23. 

    A. agreed  B.promised           

    C. offered  D. expected

24. 

    A. even  B.again                

    C. suddenly    D. still

25. 

    A. special  B.distant               

    C. upset D. rude

26. 

    A. explaining    B.returning           

    C. turning    D. talking

27. 

    A. frightened     B.missed             

    C. hurt     D. controlled

28. 

    A. stranger    B.foreigner           

    C. friend     D. student

29. 

    A. quick   B.complex            

    C. general    D. formal

30. 

    A. companions  B.families             

    C. relatives   D. passers-by

31. 

    A. developed into   B.aimed at            

    C. based on   D. meant for

32. 

    A. varied    B.planned             

    C. prepared      D. shared

33. 

    A. started   B.changed            

    C. separated   D. developed

34. 

    A. bond    B.happiness          

    C. duty    D. influence

35. 

    A. last   B.fade                  

    C. help   D. match

36. 

    A. so    B. for                    

    C. more   D.as

37. 

    A. meet    B.break                

    C. chat      D. live

38. 

    A. only     B.just                   

    C. indeed    D. always

39. 

    A. with       B.like                   

    C. on        D. from

40. 

    A. view      B. start                  

    C. end    D. keep

                                B.

    My childhood and adolescence were a joyous outpouring of energy, anendless pursuit for expression, skill, and experience.    41    was only a background to the great delight oflessons in music, dance, and dramatics.

    Then one night at a high school dance, a remark, not intended for my    42   ,injured my youthful happiness: “That girl, what a pity she is blind.” Blind!A(n)    43    word that implied everything dark, blank andhelpless.    44   Iturned and called out, “Please don’t feel sorry for me, I’m having lots offun.”   45    the fun was not to last.

    In college years, I began to struggle with the problem of earning aliving. Part-time teaching of piano and occasional giving concerts proved only    46    sources of economic support. In terms of timeand effort involved, the financial return was    47   .Self-doubt and dark moods sparked within me.    48    to my misery was the repeated experience ofknowing my sisters and friends dating excitedly. How    49    I was to my piano,    50    I could dissolve(分散) my frustration, accompaniedby Chopin, Brahms, and Beethoven.

    Then one day, I met a girl, an army nurse, whose faith was to change mylife. As our acquaintance    51    into friendship, she sensed my    52   .She said, “Stop knocking on closed doors. I know your opportunity will come.You’re trying too hard. Why don’t you relax? And have you ever tried    53   ?”The idea was strange to me. I had always believed that if you wanted    54    ,you had to go and get it for yourself. Yet, my sincerity and hard work hadyielded poor returns, so I was    55   totry anything else. Self-consciously, I performed the daily practice of prayer.I said, “God, show me the    56    for which You sent me to this world.

    In the years to follow, theanswers began to arrive, satisfying    57    my most optimistic expectation. One of theanswers was Enchanted Hills, where my    58    friend and I had the privilege of seeing blindchildren come alive in God’s out-of-doors.    59    arethe sources of pleasure and comfort I have found in friendship, and mostimportant of all, I    60    closer to God and, through Him, to immortality(永生).

41. 

    A. School      B.Society                    

    C. Family       D. College

42. 

    A. mind      B.direction                 

    C. eyes       D.ears

43. 

    A. rude   B.ugly                         

    C. dirty    D. strange

44. 

    A. Quickly     B.Slowly                     

    C. Gently      D. Quietly

45. 

    A. Thus    B.And                         

    C. But      D. Though

46. 

    A. adequate    B.partial                      

    C. full         D. rich

47. 

    A. discouraging   B.uninspiring               

    C. encouraging     D. convincing

48. 

    A. Referring      B.Adopting               

    C. Adapting      D.Adding

49. 

    A. grateful      B.excited                     

    C. proud       D. sensitive

50. 

    A. who      B.which                      

    C. what      D. where

51. 

    A. jumped   B.ran                          

    C. grew     D. became

52. 

    A. joy     B.depression                

    C. pleasure      D. pity

53. 

    A. practicing    B.nursing                    

    C. praying      D. volunteering

54. 

    A. anything     B.everything                

    C. nothing      D. something

55. 

    A. able    B.willing                    

    C. eager    D. devoted

56. 

    A. destination     B.purpose                    

    C. meaning    D. answer

57. 

    A. with      B.off                           

    C. beyond    D. from

58. 

    A. doctor   B.teacher                     

    C. nurse    D. prayer

59. 

    A. Other    B.Others                      

    C. Another    D. Either

60. 

    A. draw    B. arrive                       

    C. drag    D. pull

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语法填空(共10小题;每小题1.5分,满分15分)

    Once a farmer's donkey (驴) fell into a deep well. The animal cried  61   (loud) for hours, but the farmer couldn't figure out what to do with it. Finally, he decided that the animal was old and that the well needed   62    (cover) anyway, so he    63     (think) the donkey wasn't worth saving.

    Then, he invited some of his neighbors to come over and help him. They all took a shovel (铁铲) and began to put dirt into the well.

    At first, the donkey realized what was happening and cried  64   (pity). Then, to everyone's surprise, the donkey became quiet. A few shovel loads later, the fanner looked down into the well and was astonished at   65   he saw.

    Each shovel of dirt hit its back, but the donkey was doing something   66   (amaze) . It was shaking the dirt off and taking a step up.   67   the neighbors continued to put more dirt on top of the animal, it would shake the dirt off and take one more step up.

    Pretty soon everyone was surprised as the donkey stepped up over the edge of 68 well and ran off happily!

    When life sometimes  69   ( put) dirt on you, the best way of getting out of the well is to shake the dirt off and take a step up. Each of your troubles is a stepping stone. You can get out of die deepest well just   70   never giving up!

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短文改错(共10小题;每小题1.5分,满分15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每处错误及其修改仅限一词。

          2只允许修改10处,多者(从第11处起)不计分。

    The environment pollution is more and more seriously today. We have no clean water to drink it because of water pollution. And when trees cut down, some animals disappear. There was more and more dirty smoke in the air. People’s health has been greatly affecting by air, noise and water pollution. Many people have died of disease caused by pollution. In order to live the better life, it’s time for us to protect our world.

    Firstly, we shouldn’t throw away rubbish everywhere. And we should recycle, reduce and reuse things, what saves money and reduces pollution. Use things so long as possible. Don’t use plastic bags. Besides, we must plant more trees and stop people cut them down. We hope our world will be more and more beautiful.

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书面表达(满分25分)

    假设你是李华,于2017年4月13日搭乘某航空公司航班(Flight HZH9211)回国。到机场后,发现遗失了黄色行李箱(80cm×40cm×25cm),箱内装有给家人和朋友的礼物、重要的个人文件及科学资料。现请用英文给该航空公司写一封信,请他们帮你寻找。要点包括:

    1陈述写信原因;      

    2描述行李箱;   

    3待回复并表示感谢。

注意: 1词数100左右;

           2开头语和结束语已为你写好。

Dear Sir or Madam,

    My name is Li Hua, and I was a passenger                                                                                                                   

                                            Yours,

                                            Li Hua

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