• 英语 佛山市2018年高三广东省第一次模拟试题
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,从每题所给的四个选项(A B C和 D)中,选出最佳选项,并在答题卡上将该项涂黑。 

                                    A

             Welcome to Washington, D.C.

    Every year, Washington, D.C. welcomes sixteen million people as visitors to her city. As the nation’s capital city, there are hundreds of attractions to visit. Here are some of the most famous ones.

Washington Monument  

The Washington Monument rises 555 feet, following the design of architect Robert Mills, a famous American designer of the 1840s. Construction of the monument began in 1848, but was not completed until 1884, almost 30 years after Mr. Mills’death. This delay in construction was due to the American Civil War.

Constitution Avenue and 15th Street NW, Washington, DC 20560 

(202) 426-6841

U.S. Capitol

The cast-iron dome(圆顶屋)of the United States Capitol, constructed between 1855 and 1866, may well be the most famous man-made landmark in America. The United States Capitol is open to visitors from Monday to Saturday through much of the year, including Federal holidays.

First Street NE Washington, DC 

 (202) 224-3121

The White House

The White House, is the official residence and workplace of the President of the United States. The West Wing houses the President’s office. The East Wing, which contains additional office space, was added to the White House in 1942. 

6th Street and Constitution Avenue NW

Washington, DC 20565

(202) 737-4215

World War II Memorial

The World War II Memorial was opened to the public on April 29, 2004 as a service to the World War II generation. The Memorial is a tribute to the World War II generation to those who served in uniform as well as those who worked in the nation factories and mines manufacturing necessary supplies. The Memorial takes its place between the Lincoln Memorial and Washington Monument.

17th Street and Independence Avenue SW Washington, DC 20006

(202) 619-7225

When did Robert Mills probably die?

AIn 1800

BIn 1848

CIn 1855

DIn 1884

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                                    A

             Welcome to Washington, D.C.

    Every year, Washington, D.C. welcomes sixteen million people as visitors to her city. As the nation’s capital city, there are hundreds of attractions to visit. Here are some of the most famous ones.

Washington Monument  

The Washington Monument rises 555 feet, following the design of architect Robert Mills, a famous American designer of the 1840s. Construction of the monument began in 1848, but was not completed until 1884, almost 30 years after Mr. Mills’death. This delay in construction was due to the American Civil War.

Constitution Avenue and 15th Street NW, Washington, DC 20560 

(202) 426-6841

U.S. Capitol

The cast-iron dome(圆顶屋)of the United States Capitol, constructed between 1855 and 1866, may well be the most famous man-made landmark in America. The United States Capitol is open to visitors from Monday to Saturday through much of the year, including Federal holidays.

First Street NE Washington, DC 

 (202) 224-3121

The White House

The White House, is the official residence and workplace of the President of the United States. The West Wing houses the President’s office. The East Wing, which contains additional office space, was added to the White House in 1942. 

6th Street and Constitution Avenue NW

Washington, DC 20565

(202) 737-4215

World War II Memorial

The World War II Memorial was opened to the public on April 29, 2004 as a service to the World War II generation. The Memorial is a tribute to the World War II generation to those who served in uniform as well as those who worked in the nation factories and mines manufacturing necessary supplies. The Memorial takes its place between the Lincoln Memorial and Washington Monument.

17th Street and Independence Avenue SW Washington, DC 20006

(202) 619-7225

On what day is the United States Capitol not open to visitors?

ASunday

BMonday

CTuesday

DSaturday

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                                    A

             Welcome to Washington, D.C.

    Every year, Washington, D.C. welcomes sixteen million people as visitors to her city. As the nation’s capital city, there are hundreds of attractions to visit. Here are some of the most famous ones.

Washington Monument  

The Washington Monument rises 555 feet, following the design of architect Robert Mills, a famous American designer of the 1840s. Construction of the monument began in 1848, but was not completed until 1884, almost 30 years after Mr. Mills’death. This delay in construction was due to the American Civil War.

Constitution Avenue and 15th Street NW, Washington, DC 20560 

(202) 426-6841

U.S. Capitol

The cast-iron dome(圆顶屋)of the United States Capitol, constructed between 1855 and 1866, may well be the most famous man-made landmark in America. The United States Capitol is open to visitors from Monday to Saturday through much of the year, including Federal holidays.

First Street NE Washington, DC 

 (202) 224-3121

The White House

The White House, is the official residence and workplace of the President of the United States. The West Wing houses the President’s office. The East Wing, which contains additional office space, was added to the White House in 1942. 

6th Street and Constitution Avenue NW

Washington, DC 20565

(202) 737-4215

World War II Memorial

The World War II Memorial was opened to the public on April 29, 2004 as a service to the World War II generation. The Memorial is a tribute to the World War II generation to those who served in uniform as well as those who worked in the nation factories and mines manufacturing necessary supplies. The Memorial takes its place between the Lincoln Memorial and Washington Monument.

17th Street and Independence Avenue SW Washington, DC 20006

(202) 619-7225

Which of the following attractions has the shortest history?

AThe Washington Monument

BThe United States Capitol

CThe White House

DThe World War II Memorial

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                                    B

    I set out to help clean up the beach after a violent storm a year ago. The sight I saw was heartbreaking. The broken houses seemed to be weeping quietly. I couldn’t describe how I felt. But something special among the debris (废墟) turned my day around.

    I joined a club to clean up the beach after the storm last November. As I removed the debris from the beach, I noticed an object with shiny buttons in the wet sand. It was a jacket, and I was excited since Halloween was coming and I thought I had found a great costume. After picking it up, I was able to see that the jacket was from West Point (西点军校), the United States Military Academy, and it had the name “deGavre” written inside. I realized the jacket might be important to someone. I decided to find the jacket’s owner and return it.

    I called the West Point Museum, considering that if the family couldn’t be found, the jacket should go there. The museum connected me with Kim McDermott, Director of Communications for the Academy’s Association of Graduates. Kim soon ensured that the jacket had belonged to Chester Braddock deGavre, who was a 1933 graduate and a war hero, but passed away in 1993.

    I sent Kim a photo of the jacket and she posted it to the West Point Association of Graduates Facebook Page, asking if anyone could help us find the family. In less than two hours, someone had found and called the hero’s wife, Teresa. Soon I started to receive personal messages from members of the deGavre family, their friends and others who were touched by the story and they found me on Facebook.

    Finding Chester deGavre’s jacket and connecting to his family with the help of Facebook have been so meaningful to me. I’ve formed a bond with amazing people I might have never met.

Seeing the sight after the storm, the author felt very ________.

Asad

Bsurprised

Cnervous

Ddisappointed

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                                    B

    I set out to help clean up the beach after a violent storm a year ago. The sight I saw was heartbreaking. The broken houses seemed to be weeping quietly. I couldn’t describe how I felt. But something special among the debris (废墟) turned my day around.

    I joined a club to clean up the beach after the storm last November. As I removed the debris from the beach, I noticed an object with shiny buttons in the wet sand. It was a jacket, and I was excited since Halloween was coming and I thought I had found a great costume. After picking it up, I was able to see that the jacket was from West Point (西点军校), the United States Military Academy, and it had the name “deGavre” written inside. I realized the jacket might be important to someone. I decided to find the jacket’s owner and return it.

    I called the West Point Museum, considering that if the family couldn’t be found, the jacket should go there. The museum connected me with Kim McDermott, Director of Communications for the Academy’s Association of Graduates. Kim soon ensured that the jacket had belonged to Chester Braddock deGavre, who was a 1933 graduate and a war hero, but passed away in 1993.

    I sent Kim a photo of the jacket and she posted it to the West Point Association of Graduates Facebook Page, asking if anyone could help us find the family. In less than two hours, someone had found and called the hero’s wife, Teresa. Soon I started to receive personal messages from members of the deGavre family, their friends and others who were touched by the story and they found me on Facebook.

    Finding Chester deGavre’s jacket and connecting to his family with the help of Facebook have been so meaningful to me. I’ve formed a bond with amazing people I might have never met.

What did the author think at first after he saw the jacket?

AHe should try to find its owner.

BHe could wear it for Halloween.

CHe should return it to West Point.

DHe could send it to others for free.

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                                    B

    I set out to help clean up the beach after a violent storm a year ago. The sight I saw was heartbreaking. The broken houses seemed to be weeping quietly. I couldn’t describe how I felt. But something special among the debris (废墟) turned my day around.

    I joined a club to clean up the beach after the storm last November. As I removed the debris from the beach, I noticed an object with shiny buttons in the wet sand. It was a jacket, and I was excited since Halloween was coming and I thought I had found a great costume. After picking it up, I was able to see that the jacket was from West Point (西点军校), the United States Military Academy, and it had the name “deGavre” written inside. I realized the jacket might be important to someone. I decided to find the jacket’s owner and return it.

    I called the West Point Museum, considering that if the family couldn’t be found, the jacket should go there. The museum connected me with Kim McDermott, Director of Communications for the Academy’s Association of Graduates. Kim soon ensured that the jacket had belonged to Chester Braddock deGavre, who was a 1933 graduate and a war hero, but passed away in 1993.

    I sent Kim a photo of the jacket and she posted it to the West Point Association of Graduates Facebook Page, asking if anyone could help us find the family. In less than two hours, someone had found and called the hero’s wife, Teresa. Soon I started to receive personal messages from members of the deGavre family, their friends and others who were touched by the story and they found me on Facebook.

    Finding Chester deGavre’s jacket and connecting to his family with the help of Facebook have been so meaningful to me. I’ve formed a bond with amazing people I might have never met.

Why did the author call the West Point Museum?

ABecause the jacket was made there.

BBecause the jacket’s owner worked there.

CBecause the workers there needed the jacket.

DBecause the jacket might be collected by the museum.

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                                    B

    I set out to help clean up the beach after a violent storm a year ago. The sight I saw was heartbreaking. The broken houses seemed to be weeping quietly. I couldn’t describe how I felt. But something special among the debris (废墟) turned my day around.

    I joined a club to clean up the beach after the storm last November. As I removed the debris from the beach, I noticed an object with shiny buttons in the wet sand. It was a jacket, and I was excited since Halloween was coming and I thought I had found a great costume. After picking it up, I was able to see that the jacket was from West Point (西点军校), the United States Military Academy, and it had the name “deGavre” written inside. I realized the jacket might be important to someone. I decided to find the jacket’s owner and return it.

    I called the West Point Museum, considering that if the family couldn’t be found, the jacket should go there. The museum connected me with Kim McDermott, Director of Communications for the Academy’s Association of Graduates. Kim soon ensured that the jacket had belonged to Chester Braddock deGavre, who was a 1933 graduate and a war hero, but passed away in 1993.

    I sent Kim a photo of the jacket and she posted it to the West Point Association of Graduates Facebook Page, asking if anyone could help us find the family. In less than two hours, someone had found and called the hero’s wife, Teresa. Soon I started to receive personal messages from members of the deGavre family, their friends and others who were touched by the story and they found me on Facebook.

    Finding Chester deGavre’s jacket and connecting to his family with the help of Facebook have been so meaningful to me. I’ve formed a bond with amazing people I might have never met.

According to the text, who was Kim McDermott?

A He happened to be the owner of the jacket.

BHe was a student graduating from West Point.

CHe was someone who could find a record of thegraduates.

DHe was a family member of the author.

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                                    C

    The human body is designed to move. But modern lifestyles and office jobs rarely give us the chance to move around. As we know, we’re sitting while we’re eating; we sit in the car and we sit while we watch TV. And many of us sit for many hours at work.

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

    However, Mr. Katzmarzyk says that does not mean you can 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 60 years of research showing us that.”

    Mr. Katzmarzyk and his colleagues are part of a new generation of researchers studying how sitting all day affects length of life. “Studies that have assessed the relationship between sitting and mortality (死亡率) or television viewing and mortality are very rare. There’s only been a few of them, actually five or six now, in the last four or five years.” They found that cutting television time to less than two hours 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 while they work. Another new design is called the “treadmill desk.” A treadmill is an exercise machine that lets you walk in one place. Even some U.S. schools are beginning to experiment with desks that are part bicycle to keep children moving. That’s one of the strategies that many companies are using now.

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

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

Adangerous

Bawkward

Ccomfortable

Dcommon

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                                    C

    The human body is designed to move. But modern lifestyles and office jobs rarely give us the chance to move around. As we know, we’re sitting while we’re eating; we sit in the car and we sit while we watch TV. And many of us sit for many hours at work.

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

    However, Mr. Katzmarzyk says that does not mean you can 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 60 years of research showing us that.”

    Mr. Katzmarzyk and his colleagues are part of a new generation of researchers studying how sitting all day affects length of life. “Studies that have assessed the relationship between sitting and mortality (死亡率) or television viewing and mortality are very rare. There’s only been a few of them, actually five or six now, in the last four or five years.” They found that cutting television time to less than two hours 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 while they work. Another new design is called the “treadmill desk.” A treadmill is an exercise machine that lets you walk in one place. Even some U.S. schools are beginning to experiment with desks that are part bicycle to keep children moving. That’s one of the strategies that many companies are using now.

    Mr. Katzmarzyk also says studying this problem has inspired 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.

BExercise is important and don’t sit too long.

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

DStopping watching TV is a necessary but hard task.

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                                    C

    The human body is designed to move. But modern lifestyles and office jobs rarely give us the chance to move around. As we know, we’re sitting while we’re eating; we sit in the car and we sit while we watch TV. And many of us sit for many hours at work.

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

    However, Mr. Katzmarzyk says that does not mean you can 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 60 years of research showing us that.”

    Mr. Katzmarzyk and his colleagues are part of a new generation of researchers studying how sitting all day affects length of life. “Studies that have assessed the relationship between sitting and mortality (死亡率) or television viewing and mortality are very rare. There’s only been a few of them, actually five or six now, in the last four or five years.” They found that cutting television time to less than two hours 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 while they work. Another new design is called the “treadmill desk.” A treadmill is an exercise machine that lets you walk in one place. Even some U.S. schools are beginning to experiment with desks that are part bicycle to keep children moving. That’s one of the strategies that many companies are using now.

    Mr. Katzmarzyk also says studying this problem has inspired 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 relatively new area of study.

BIt’s a hot subject studied by experts.

CIt’s a study that begins too late.

DIt’s not ignored by many experts.

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                                    C

    The human body is designed to move. But modern lifestyles and office jobs rarely give us the chance to move around. As we know, we’re sitting while we’re eating; we sit in the car and we sit while we watch TV. And many of us sit for many hours at work.

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

    However, Mr. Katzmarzyk says that does not mean you can 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 60 years of research showing us that.”

    Mr. Katzmarzyk and his colleagues are part of a new generation of researchers studying how sitting all day affects length of life. “Studies that have assessed the relationship between sitting and mortality (死亡率) or television viewing and mortality are very rare. There’s only been a few of them, actually five or six now, in the last four or five years.” They found that cutting television time to less than two hours 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 while they work. Another new design is called the “treadmill desk.” A treadmill is an exercise machine that lets you walk in one place. Even some U.S. schools are beginning to experiment with desks that are part bicycle to keep children moving. That’s one of the strategies that many companies are using now.

    Mr. Katzmarzyk also says studying this problem has inspired 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 give them more comfort.

BTo improve their work efficiency.

CTo offer them the chance to exercise.

DTo seek pleasure while working.

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                                    D

    Crying is the sign of the rawest of human emotions. We cry when we can’t hold inside what we feel any more. We cry when we’re at our best, and when we’re at our worst. By we, I mean all of us -- men included.

    But we never see other men cry. In no western culture has it ever been acceptable for men to shed (流泪) more than a single tear, and even then it’s reserved for grand victories, defeats and deaths. Dutch research suggests that women cry between three and five times more than men. Generally men and women cry over the same things -- deaths, break-ups and homesickness, primarily, but researchers believe that men cry more often than women when it comes to positive events.

    I want to admit,I’m a bit of a cryer. However, having never really experienced deaths in my life, a few weeks ago I experienced what it means to really, truly, pour my heart out in tears.

    See, my dog -- a loyal companion -- was killed by a car right outside my house. Being a witness to this painful event left me in shock for a good hour, but then the floodgates opened. Over the next 48 hours, I might have cried 20 times. Once or twice I crouched (蹲) on the floor with my head in my hands and tears were the only outlet.

    It is suggested in the book Adult Crying: A Biopsychosocial Approach that there’s a certain pleasure in crying. It helps ease stress when there is no other way to express ourselves.

    In those days after my dog’s death, I remember thinking, “I’ve got to stop this crying”. It felt unmanly. It felt like a sign of weakness. I’ve since realized that tears are for everybody; they’re not gender-specific. They show we have sympathy, allow us to get rid of stress and just feel.

What does the first paragraph mainly talk about?

ACrying is a raw human emotion.

BCrying is an emotion beyond control.

CCrying is an emotion showing sadness.

DCrying is an emotion showing happiness.

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                                    D

    Crying is the sign of the rawest of human emotions. We cry when we can’t hold inside what we feel any more. We cry when we’re at our best, and when we’re at our worst. By we, I mean all of us -- men included.

    But we never see other men cry. In no western culture has it ever been acceptable for men to shed (流泪) more than a single tear, and even then it’s reserved for grand victories, defeats and deaths. Dutch research suggests that women cry between three and five times more than men. Generally men and women cry over the same things -- deaths, break-ups and homesickness, primarily, but researchers believe that men cry more often than women when it comes to positive events.

    I want to admit,I’m a bit of a cryer. However, having never really experienced deaths in my life, a few weeks ago I experienced what it means to really, truly, pour my heart out in tears.

    See, my dog -- a loyal companion -- was killed by a car right outside my house. Being a witness to this painful event left me in shock for a good hour, but then the floodgates opened. Over the next 48 hours, I might have cried 20 times. Once or twice I crouched (蹲) on the floor with my head in my hands and tears were the only outlet.

    It is suggested in the book Adult Crying: A Biopsychosocial Approach that there’s a certain pleasure in crying. It helps ease stress when there is no other way to express ourselves.

    In those days after my dog’s death, I remember thinking, “I’ve got to stop this crying”. It felt unmanly. It felt like a sign of weakness. I’ve since realized that tears are for everybody; they’re not gender-specific. They show we have sympathy, allow us to get rid of stress and just feel.

What’s the difference between men and women in crying according to Dutch research?

AThey cry over different matters.

BThey cry at different times of life.

CWomen cry more often over deaths.

DMen are more likely to have tears of joy.

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                                    D

    Crying is the sign of the rawest of human emotions. We cry when we can’t hold inside what we feel any more. We cry when we’re at our best, and when we’re at our worst. By we, I mean all of us -- men included.

    But we never see other men cry. In no western culture has it ever been acceptable for men to shed (流泪) more than a single tear, and even then it’s reserved for grand victories, defeats and deaths. Dutch research suggests that women cry between three and five times more than men. Generally men and women cry over the same things -- deaths, break-ups and homesickness, primarily, but researchers believe that men cry more often than women when it comes to positive events.

    I want to admit,I’m a bit of a cryer. However, having never really experienced deaths in my life, a few weeks ago I experienced what it means to really, truly, pour my heart out in tears.

    See, my dog -- a loyal companion -- was killed by a car right outside my house. Being a witness to this painful event left me in shock for a good hour, but then the floodgates opened. Over the next 48 hours, I might have cried 20 times. Once or twice I crouched (蹲) on the floor with my head in my hands and tears were the only outlet.

    It is suggested in the book Adult Crying: A Biopsychosocial Approach that there’s a certain pleasure in crying. It helps ease stress when there is no other way to express ourselves.

    In those days after my dog’s death, I remember thinking, “I’ve got to stop this crying”. It felt unmanly. It felt like a sign of weakness. I’ve since realized that tears are for everybody; they’re not gender-specific. They show we have sympathy, allow us to get rid of stress and just feel.

What does the author think of his crying over his dog’s death?

AA sign of strength.

BA sign of weakness.

CBehavior of being womanish.

DA way of reducing emotional stress.

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                                    D

    Crying is the sign of the rawest of human emotions. We cry when we can’t hold inside what we feel any more. We cry when we’re at our best, and when we’re at our worst. By we, I mean all of us -- men included.

    But we never see other men cry. In no western culture has it ever been acceptable for men to shed (流泪) more than a single tear, and even then it’s reserved for grand victories, defeats and deaths. Dutch research suggests that women cry between three and five times more than men. Generally men and women cry over the same things -- deaths, break-ups and homesickness, primarily, but researchers believe that men cry more often than women when it comes to positive events.

    I want to admit,I’m a bit of a cryer. However, having never really experienced deaths in my life, a few weeks ago I experienced what it means to really, truly, pour my heart out in tears.

    See, my dog -- a loyal companion -- was killed by a car right outside my house. Being a witness to this painful event left me in shock for a good hour, but then the floodgates opened. Over the next 48 hours, I might have cried 20 times. Once or twice I crouched (蹲) on the floor with my head in my hands and tears were the only outlet.

    It is suggested in the book Adult Crying: A Biopsychosocial Approach that there’s a certain pleasure in crying. It helps ease stress when there is no other way to express ourselves.

    In those days after my dog’s death, I remember thinking, “I’ve got to stop this crying”. It felt unmanly. It felt like a sign of weakness. I’ve since realized that tears are for everybody; they’re not gender-specific. They show we have sympathy, allow us to get rid of stress and just feel.

What’s the best title for the text?

AMen, never cry like women

BMen, it’s OK to cry sometimes

CCrying solves psychological problems

DCrying explains differences between men and women

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简答题(综合题) 本大题共60分。简答应写出文字说明、证明过程或演算步骤。
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第二节 (共5小题,每小题2分,满分10分)

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

选 E 涂AB,选 F 涂CD,选G涂AC) 

            What Type of College is Right for You?

    When deciding what colleges to apply for, you may feel stressed about what type of campus you want to live and study on.  16   Do you want to know everybody at your school, or are you looking for more of a college town experience where you meet new people every day?

    17   Are you looking for a liberal arts (文科) school or a more STEM (science, technology, engineering and math) focused college? Maybe you want to attend a school more specific to what you may want to do in the future, like a music or art based school. Another aspect or factor into your decision is the kinds of activities the college offers.  18  

    Once you start collecting a list of places you are thinking about, the next thing to do is to consult your college counselors and start your applications. When applying to college, make sure to get help and advice from the college counselors, who always have their doors open to keep students on track when it comes to the college process.  19   Keeping them up to date on how far along you are in the process will help the college counselors get their job done and make your application a success. 

    Once those applications are in, the hardest part comes next: waiting.  20   As soon as the results come out, you will know which school is right for you, whether it is your top choice or something else down your list.

    A. The next step is finding what college suits you academically. 

    B. They also invite students to email any question they may have. 

    C. One of the first things that colleges look at is your past school record. 

    D. This is also the time to reflect on which college you are hoping to get into. 

    E. Sports, the arts and other interests can be a huge part in determining the right school. 

    F. Choosing between a larger or smaller campus is the first step to narrow down which college is right for you. 

    G. You should be thinking well in advance about which teachers you want to write recommendations to.

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第二节 语篇填空 (共 10 小题;每小题 1.5 分,满分 15分)

    阅读下面材料,在空白处填入适当的内容(1个单词)或括号内单词的正确形式。 

    Getting around the city when you are six months pregnant and have a two-year-old girl can be really challenging. One spring afternoon, we went to one of the grocery  41   (store) nearby to buy some food for dinner. There was no sign of rain, and the store was just around the corner,  42 we went there without an umbrella. However, we were about  43   (leave) the store when the rain came in full force. It seemed that the streets would be flooded  44   water within minutes. 

    I noticed a young Chinese couple staring at  45   when we came to a crossroads and were waiting for the light to change. I figured they were  46   (probable) wondering why a pregnant foreigner was dragging her little kid out through the rain. But as we crossed the street,   47   woman offered me her umbrella. I told her I couldn’t take it when it was clearly starting to storm. She insisted and handed it to me as she  48   (hurry) off with her husband.

    Though  49   (catch) in the rain unexpectedly, we still treasured the memory and will always recall the  50   (warm) and kindness of the Chinese couple.

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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。作文中共有10处错误,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:在缺词处加一个漏词符号(∧),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 was an art festival in our school last weekend. It had been held for five years and our headmaster plan to make it a feature of our school. I was so excited, for it was first time for me to join in.

    Early in the morning, there were such many people coming to our school, made it so lively. The students gave a warm welcome to the guest. I walked around or appreciated the paintings. All the works were from the students and I was so impressing by them. There were also some handcrafts, that were so creative. Though we were busy with our study most of the time, but some students still managed to develop their hobbies. I should learn to them and develop a hobby as well.

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第二节    书面表达(共1题,满分25分)

    假如你是育才中学的学生会主席李华。上周美国亚特兰大ELCA高中(Eagle’s Landing Christian Academy)学生会到你校开展友好访问,向你校图书馆捐赠了一批图书,请你给ELCA高中的学生会主席Peter写一封信,要点如下:

1.感谢对方捐赠图书;

2.希望今后更多地开展两校之间的交流活动;

3.通过EMS寄去由同学们亲手编织的中国结。

注意:1.词数100左右,信的格式已为你写好。

        2.可根据内容要点适当增加细节,以使行文连贯。

        3.参考词汇:中国结(Chinese knot)

Dear Peter,

_______________________________________________________________________________Yours,Li Hua

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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)

    阅读下面短文,从短文后各题所给的四个选项(A、 B、 C、 D)中,选出可以填入空白处的最佳选项,并在答题卡上将该项涂黑。

    As I walked through the door, I felt sharp coldness. While my fingers began to numb, many   21   ran through my head. Why am I here? What were my parents thinking when they  22  here?My parents were born and raised in a  23   family in southwestern Iowa. From a very young age, they were expected to  24   the family farm.

    Five years after my birth, my parents made a decision that would  25   our lives forever. They decided they  26   more in life. They told their families that they were moving to Alaska!

    Why would they move to Alaska, the  27   of polar bears and Eskimos? When I asked, they said, “We wanted to experience adventure.” My grandparents thought that they were  28   and said, “It is a horrible thing to do to those kids.”

     29   my parents moved, with nothing but a few clothes and $500 dollars. Through hard work and perseverance, they have not only survived, but are  30   than ever. My father has got his  31   job as a wildlife technician for the Department of Fish and Game. My  32   is now the manager of the high school kitchen.

    These two people had the courage to  33   for their dreams -- no matter what others thought. Through good and bad times, my parents never lost sight of their  34  . What they wanted most in the world was to raise their children to be  35  . I honor and thank them. Because of their  36  , I have become an independent young man.  37   their hard work and strong will, they have become happy and successful. I have learned through their actions and mistakes that anything is  38  .

    So, when I ask myself why I am in Alaska, I  39   myself how I got here. No matter how  40   it gets, I can’t think of a better place to grow up. I sure do love Alaska!

21. 

    A. ways

    B. plans

    C. questions

    D. wishes

22. 

    A. left

    B. moved

    C. searched

    D. forgot

23. 

    A. farming

    B. building

    C. nursing

    D. training

24. 

    A. look for

    B. put away

    C. take over

    D. find out

25. 

    A. prove

    B. change

    C. begin

    D. save

26. 

    A. ate

    B. lost

    C. used

    D. wanted

27. 

    A. land

    B. sight

    C. visit

    D. protection

28. 

    A. strong

    B. brave

    C. crazy

    D. young

29. 

    A. So

    B. And

    C. But

    D. If

30. 

    A. wiser

    B. happier

    C. earlier

    D. heavier

31. 

    A. old

    B. dream

    C. lucky

    D. rich

32. 

    A. mother

    B. brother

    C. friend

    D. grandpa

33. 

    A. go

    B. ask

    C. care

    D. wait

34.

    A. problems

    B. feelings

    C. goals

    D. experiences

35. 

    A. healthy

    B. safe

    C. kind

    D. successful

36. 

    A. jobs

    B. teachings

    C. failures

    D. permissions

37. 

    A. Despite

    B. Without

    C. Through

    D. Beyond

38. 

    A. easy

    B. useful

    C. painful

    D. possible

39. 

    A. doubt

    B. remind

    C. believe

    D. persuade

40. 

    A. cold

    B. long

    C. much

    D. far

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