• 英语 2018年高三河南省第三次模拟试题
单选题 本大题共15小题,每小题2分,共30分。在每小题给出的4个选项中,有且只有一项是符合题目要求。
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第一节(共15小题;每小题2分,满分30分)

    阅读下列短文,从每题所给的四个选项(A.B.C和D)中,选出最佳选项。

                                A

             OPENINGS AND PREVIEWS

Antlia Pneumatica

        In a new play by Anne Washburn, directed by Ken Rus Schmoll, a group of estranged friends gather at a Texas farm house to bury one of their peers. (Peter Jay Sharp, 416 W. 42nd St. 212-279-4200. In previews.)

Bright Star

        Steve Martin and Edie Brickell wrote this bluegrass-and-Americana musical, in which a magazine editor meets a soldier returning from the Second World War. Walter Bobbie directs. (Cort, 138 W. 48th St. 212-239-6200. In previews.)

The Crucible

        Ivo van Hove directs Arthur Miller’s classic drama about the Salem witch trials, starring Saoirse Ronan, Ben Whishaw, Ciaran Hinds, and Sophie Okonedo. (Walter Kerr, 219 W. 48th St. 212-239-6200. In previews.)

Dry Powder

        John Krasinski, Claire Danes, and Hank Azaria star in Sarah Burgess’s play, in which an executive at a private-equity firm (私人股本公司) tries to rebound from a P.R. disaster. Thomas Kail directs. (Public, 425 Lafayette St. 212-967-7555. In previews. Opens Oct. 28, 2017)

The Father

        Frank Langella stars in a play by the French writer Florian Zeller, translated by Christopher Hampton and directed by Doug Hughes for Manhattan Theatre Club, about an eightyyear-old man who is losing his grip on his own life story. (Samuel J. Friedman, 261 W. 47th St. 212-239-6200. Previews begin Oct. 28, 2017)

If you’re interested in American music, where can you get entertained?

APeter Jay Sharp, 416 W. 42nd St.

BCort, 138 W. 48th St.

CWalter Kerr, 219 W. 48th St.

DPublic, 425 Lafayette St.

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                                A

             OPENINGS AND PREVIEWS

Antlia Pneumatica

        In a new play by Anne Washburn, directed by Ken Rus Schmoll, a group of estranged friends gather at a Texas farm house to bury one of their peers. (Peter Jay Sharp, 416 W. 42nd St. 212-279-4200. In previews.)

Bright Star

        Steve Martin and Edie Brickell wrote this bluegrass-and-Americana musical, in which a magazine editor meets a soldier returning from the Second World War. Walter Bobbie directs. (Cort, 138 W. 48th St. 212-239-6200. In previews.)

The Crucible

        Ivo van Hove directs Arthur Miller’s classic drama about the Salem witch trials, starring Saoirse Ronan, Ben Whishaw, Ciaran Hinds, and Sophie Okonedo. (Walter Kerr, 219 W. 48th St. 212-239-6200. In previews.)

Dry Powder

        John Krasinski, Claire Danes, and Hank Azaria star in Sarah Burgess’s play, in which an executive at a private-equity firm (私人股本公司) tries to rebound from a P.R. disaster. Thomas Kail directs. (Public, 425 Lafayette St. 212-967-7555. In previews. Opens Oct. 28, 2017)

The Father

        Frank Langella stars in a play by the French writer Florian Zeller, translated by Christopher Hampton and directed by Doug Hughes for Manhattan Theatre Club, about an eightyyear-old man who is losing his grip on his own life story. (Samuel J. Friedman, 261 W. 47th St. 212-239-6200. Previews begin Oct. 28, 2017)

If you want to preview a play now, which of the following is not available?

ABright Star

BThe Crucible

CDry Powder

DThe Father

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                                A

             OPENINGS AND PREVIEWS

Antlia Pneumatica

        In a new play by Anne Washburn, directed by Ken Rus Schmoll, a group of estranged friends gather at a Texas farm house to bury one of their peers. (Peter Jay Sharp, 416 W. 42nd St. 212-279-4200. In previews.)

Bright Star

        Steve Martin and Edie Brickell wrote this bluegrass-and-Americana musical, in which a magazine editor meets a soldier returning from the Second World War. Walter Bobbie directs. (Cort, 138 W. 48th St. 212-239-6200. In previews.)

The Crucible

        Ivo van Hove directs Arthur Miller’s classic drama about the Salem witch trials, starring Saoirse Ronan, Ben Whishaw, Ciaran Hinds, and Sophie Okonedo. (Walter Kerr, 219 W. 48th St. 212-239-6200. In previews.)

Dry Powder

        John Krasinski, Claire Danes, and Hank Azaria star in Sarah Burgess’s play, in which an executive at a private-equity firm (私人股本公司) tries to rebound from a P.R. disaster. Thomas Kail directs. (Public, 425 Lafayette St. 212-967-7555. In previews. Opens Oct. 28, 2017)

The Father

        Frank Langella stars in a play by the French writer Florian Zeller, translated by Christopher Hampton and directed by Doug Hughes for Manhattan Theatre Club, about an eightyyear-old man who is losing his grip on his own life story. (Samuel J. Friedman, 261 W. 47th St. 212-239-6200. Previews begin Oct. 28, 2017)

The author’s purpose of writing the passage is to          .

Ainform

Bentertain

Cpersuade

Ddescribe

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                                B

        It was a Friday morning, 7:30a.m. I felt too lazy to drive my car so I asked my son to book a taxi. In five minutes, the taxi reached the entrance gate, waiting for my arrival. I just saw the car number and entered inside the car. I was so busy that I didn’t pay any attention to the driver. I was searching for an important paper from my bag, so I said, “Please, go quick! I’m in a hurry!” The voice came, “Yes, Ma’ am!” I was surprised when I heard a female voice! I stopped my work for a second and looked at the drive. The driver was a young lady. Maybe, around thirty or thirty-two! For the first time, I saw a lady driving a taxi!

        Hundred times, I had traveled in a taxi, but I never saw any lady driving a taxi, I didn’t know why I became so enthusiastic about knowing why she had chosen this profession. So I started the conversation, “If you don’t mind, can I ask you some questions?” “Yes, ma’am! No problem.” “I guess, you are well qualified!” “Yes, ma’am. I have completed my education. I have done my MBA course.” “Oh, my God! Why did you then choose this profession, instead of going for an academic career?”

        She smiled and the way she expressed her views made me amazed! Very politely, she said “Driving was my passion (热情) from my childhood, ma’am! Of course I do respect each and every job. In this case, at least I fulfill my desire! I love driving! I don’t mind for a big or small job. I want a job where I can get satisfaction. I get offers from M.N.C but I prefer this one because I like it! I know, I can’t get enough money out of it, yet as I tell you ‘I love driving!’ That’s it.”

Why did the author take a taxi to work that Friday morning?

ABecause her son didn’t want her to drive.

BBecause she was too lazy to drive her car.

CBecause she had to travel a long distance.

DBecause she had to go to work in a hurry.

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                                B

        It was a Friday morning, 7:30a.m. I felt too lazy to drive my car so I asked my son to book a taxi. In five minutes, the taxi reached the entrance gate, waiting for my arrival. I just saw the car number and entered inside the car. I was so busy that I didn’t pay any attention to the driver. I was searching for an important paper from my bag, so I said, “Please, go quick! I’m in a hurry!” The voice came, “Yes, Ma’ am!” I was surprised when I heard a female voice! I stopped my work for a second and looked at the drive. The driver was a young lady. Maybe, around thirty or thirty-two! For the first time, I saw a lady driving a taxi!

        Hundred times, I had traveled in a taxi, but I never saw any lady driving a taxi, I didn’t know why I became so enthusiastic about knowing why she had chosen this profession. So I started the conversation, “If you don’t mind, can I ask you some questions?” “Yes, ma’am! No problem.” “I guess, you are well qualified!” “Yes, ma’am. I have completed my education. I have done my MBA course.” “Oh, my God! Why did you then choose this profession, instead of going for an academic career?”

        She smiled and the way she expressed her views made me amazed! Very politely, she said “Driving was my passion (热情) from my childhood, ma’am! Of course I do respect each and every job. In this case, at least I fulfill my desire! I love driving! I don’t mind for a big or small job. I want a job where I can get satisfaction. I get offers from M.N.C but I prefer this one because I like it! I know, I can’t get enough money out of it, yet as I tell you ‘I love driving!’ That’s it.”

For what purpose did the author start to talk to the driver?

ATo give some advice on how to drive safely.

BTo learn some driving skills from the taxi driver

CTo know why she chose a driver as her profession.

DTo ask the driver something about the MBA course.

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                                B

        It was a Friday morning, 7:30a.m. I felt too lazy to drive my car so I asked my son to book a taxi. In five minutes, the taxi reached the entrance gate, waiting for my arrival. I just saw the car number and entered inside the car. I was so busy that I didn’t pay any attention to the driver. I was searching for an important paper from my bag, so I said, “Please, go quick! I’m in a hurry!” The voice came, “Yes, Ma’ am!” I was surprised when I heard a female voice! I stopped my work for a second and looked at the drive. The driver was a young lady. Maybe, around thirty or thirty-two! For the first time, I saw a lady driving a taxi!

        Hundred times, I had traveled in a taxi, but I never saw any lady driving a taxi, I didn’t know why I became so enthusiastic about knowing why she had chosen this profession. So I started the conversation, “If you don’t mind, can I ask you some questions?” “Yes, ma’am! No problem.” “I guess, you are well qualified!” “Yes, ma’am. I have completed my education. I have done my MBA course.” “Oh, my God! Why did you then choose this profession, instead of going for an academic career?”

        She smiled and the way she expressed her views made me amazed! Very politely, she said “Driving was my passion (热情) from my childhood, ma’am! Of course I do respect each and every job. In this case, at least I fulfill my desire! I love driving! I don’t mind for a big or small job. I want a job where I can get satisfaction. I get offers from M.N.C but I prefer this one because I like it! I know, I can’t get enough money out of it, yet as I tell you ‘I love driving!’ That’s it.”

What can we know about the female driver?

AShe was well-educated.

BHer service wan not good.

CShe didn’t finish her MBA course.

DShe was surprised to see the author.

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                                B

        It was a Friday morning, 7:30a.m. I felt too lazy to drive my car so I asked my son to book a taxi. In five minutes, the taxi reached the entrance gate, waiting for my arrival. I just saw the car number and entered inside the car. I was so busy that I didn’t pay any attention to the driver. I was searching for an important paper from my bag, so I said, “Please, go quick! I’m in a hurry!” The voice came, “Yes, Ma’ am!” I was surprised when I heard a female voice! I stopped my work for a second and looked at the drive. The driver was a young lady. Maybe, around thirty or thirty-two! For the first time, I saw a lady driving a taxi!

        Hundred times, I had traveled in a taxi, but I never saw any lady driving a taxi, I didn’t know why I became so enthusiastic about knowing why she had chosen this profession. So I started the conversation, “If you don’t mind, can I ask you some questions?” “Yes, ma’am! No problem.” “I guess, you are well qualified!” “Yes, ma’am. I have completed my education. I have done my MBA course.” “Oh, my God! Why did you then choose this profession, instead of going for an academic career?”

        She smiled and the way she expressed her views made me amazed! Very politely, she said “Driving was my passion (热情) from my childhood, ma’am! Of course I do respect each and every job. In this case, at least I fulfill my desire! I love driving! I don’t mind for a big or small job. I want a job where I can get satisfaction. I get offers from M.N.C but I prefer this one because I like it! I know, I can’t get enough money out of it, yet as I tell you ‘I love driving!’ That’s it.”

What attitude do the author probably keep to the female driver?

Aobjective

Bfavorable

Cneutral

Dnot mentioned

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                                C

        A ROBOT companion for older people aims to promote activity and deal with loneliness by urging them to take part in digital and physical activities.

        The ElliQ robot, made by Israel-based start-up Intuition Robotics, will be published at the Design Museum in London this week. ElliQ is a small desktop device that consists of a domed (拱形的) “body” and a separate detachable (可拆卸的) screen.

        Created in collaboration with Swiss designer Yves Behar, the robot is able to encourage a degree of social engagement. Similar to home assistants like the Amazon Echo, people can simply talk to it, and there are visual clues that could be particularly helpful for those with hearing difficulties.

        A key purpose of ElliQ is to act as an easy platform to access existing services such as social media, and messaging programs. For example, the device could alert the users that their grandchild has posted a new photo on Facebook, show it to them on the screen.

        ElliQ can recommend activities voluntarily. It might ask if you’re interested in watching a video, for instance, or suggest a walk. It can also act as reminder to take medication.

        Having a robot constantly offer suggestions could obviously get annoying, so the device uses machine learning to tailor these suggestions to individual preferences. If a suggestion is met with a positive response once, ElliQ might try it again. If not, it might change for a different tack.

Which of the following statements is NOT true?

AA robot companion for older people will strongly advise them to participate in digital and physical activities to be healthy.

BThe ElliQ robot is published at the Design Museum in London.

CThe screen of the ElliQ robot can be removed if necessary.

DThe ElliQ robot is created by Swiss designer Yves Behar and Israel-based start-up Intuition Robotics.

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                                C

        A ROBOT companion for older people aims to promote activity and deal with loneliness by urging them to take part in digital and physical activities.

        The ElliQ robot, made by Israel-based start-up Intuition Robotics, will be published at the Design Museum in London this week. ElliQ is a small desktop device that consists of a domed (拱形的) “body” and a separate detachable (可拆卸的) screen.

        Created in collaboration with Swiss designer Yves Behar, the robot is able to encourage a degree of social engagement. Similar to home assistants like the Amazon Echo, people can simply talk to it, and there are visual clues that could be particularly helpful for those with hearing difficulties.

        A key purpose of ElliQ is to act as an easy platform to access existing services such as social media, and messaging programs. For example, the device could alert the users that their grandchild has posted a new photo on Facebook, show it to them on the screen.

        ElliQ can recommend activities voluntarily. It might ask if you’re interested in watching a video, for instance, or suggest a walk. It can also act as reminder to take medication.

        Having a robot constantly offer suggestions could obviously get annoying, so the device uses machine learning to tailor these suggestions to individual preferences. If a suggestion is met with a positive response once, ElliQ might try it again. If not, it might change for a different tack.

The underlined word “alert” is closest m meaning to          .

Adeclare

Bannounce

Cremind

Dsay

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                                C

        A ROBOT companion for older people aims to promote activity and deal with loneliness by urging them to take part in digital and physical activities.

        The ElliQ robot, made by Israel-based start-up Intuition Robotics, will be published at the Design Museum in London this week. ElliQ is a small desktop device that consists of a domed (拱形的) “body” and a separate detachable (可拆卸的) screen.

        Created in collaboration with Swiss designer Yves Behar, the robot is able to encourage a degree of social engagement. Similar to home assistants like the Amazon Echo, people can simply talk to it, and there are visual clues that could be particularly helpful for those with hearing difficulties.

        A key purpose of ElliQ is to act as an easy platform to access existing services such as social media, and messaging programs. For example, the device could alert the users that their grandchild has posted a new photo on Facebook, show it to them on the screen.

        ElliQ can recommend activities voluntarily. It might ask if you’re interested in watching a video, for instance, or suggest a walk. It can also act as reminder to take medication.

        Having a robot constantly offer suggestions could obviously get annoying, so the device uses machine learning to tailor these suggestions to individual preferences. If a suggestion is met with a positive response once, ElliQ might try it again. If not, it might change for a different tack.

ElliQ can serve the following purposes EXCEPT          .

Awhen the user’s friend updates his moments (朋友圈), it can show it to the user on the screen.

Bit can recommend some activities even the user doesn’t ask.

Cit will constantly give suggestions regardless of the user’s individual preference.

Dit can help those with hearing difficulties by offering visual clues.

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                                C

        A ROBOT companion for older people aims to promote activity and deal with loneliness by urging them to take part in digital and physical activities.

        The ElliQ robot, made by Israel-based start-up Intuition Robotics, will be published at the Design Museum in London this week. ElliQ is a small desktop device that consists of a domed (拱形的) “body” and a separate detachable (可拆卸的) screen.

        Created in collaboration with Swiss designer Yves Behar, the robot is able to encourage a degree of social engagement. Similar to home assistants like the Amazon Echo, people can simply talk to it, and there are visual clues that could be particularly helpful for those with hearing difficulties.

        A key purpose of ElliQ is to act as an easy platform to access existing services such as social media, and messaging programs. For example, the device could alert the users that their grandchild has posted a new photo on Facebook, show it to them on the screen.

        ElliQ can recommend activities voluntarily. It might ask if you’re interested in watching a video, for instance, or suggest a walk. It can also act as reminder to take medication.

        Having a robot constantly offer suggestions could obviously get annoying, so the device uses machine learning to tailor these suggestions to individual preferences. If a suggestion is met with a positive response once, ElliQ might try it again. If not, it might change for a different tack.

In which column we are most likely to find the passage?

ANews & Technology

BPeople

CHealth

DInternational Affairs

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                                D

        Career criminals begin their antisocial behavior during their toddler (学步的儿童) years and may go on with a life of crime if their behavior isn’t challenged, scientists have discovered. While most children grow out of their bad behavior by adulthood, a study found those who had “callous unemotional (冷漠无情的) characteristics” could grow up to have problems with the law later in life. Behavior characteristics such as a lack of sympathy and lying in childhood could have an impact years on.

        Luke Hyde, assistant professor of psychology at the University of Michigan, said, “These are signs for parents and doctors to watch out for, as they may signal more than just the terrible twos.” He said, “Parents both take care of their child and provide their child’s genes so it’s been difficult to know if we’re seeing that parenting causes callous unemotional behaviors, or if it is just a sign of the genes being passed to the child.”

        The research also discovered that strict parenting is linked to the development of antisocial behavior. Scientists looked at 561 families in an adoption study that examined biological mothers’ antisocial behavior. The scientists found children of antisocial mothers were also more likely to exhibit the same behavior characteristics, despite having limited or no touch with them as they were adopted as babies.

        “The really exciting take-home message from this study is that small, day-to-day positive interactions (互动) that parents have with their young children can make a huge difference in children’s development,’’ said Leslie Leve, a professor at the University of Oregon who co-led the data collection.

        “Even when children have inherited (遗传) a very challenging set of behaviors, hearing ‘good job’ or receiving encouragement can help protect them from developing serious problems coming from their inherited difficulties,” he added. The study, worked on by scientists from the University of Michigan, Penn State University and the University of Oregon has been published in the American Journal of Psychiatry. Researchers will follow the group of children through early adolescence to determine if these behaviors still continue to exist from the toddler years.

What’s the main idea of the passage?

AKids’ social behaviors are related to crime.

BCriminals begin their crimes during adolescence.

CAntisocial behaviors of kids could be on their way to a life of crime.

DWarmhearted kids are more likely to be criminals in the future.

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                                D

        Career criminals begin their antisocial behavior during their toddler (学步的儿童) years and may go on with a life of crime if their behavior isn’t challenged, scientists have discovered. While most children grow out of their bad behavior by adulthood, a study found those who had “callous unemotional (冷漠无情的) characteristics” could grow up to have problems with the law later in life. Behavior characteristics such as a lack of sympathy and lying in childhood could have an impact years on.

        Luke Hyde, assistant professor of psychology at the University of Michigan, said, “These are signs for parents and doctors to watch out for, as they may signal more than just the terrible twos.” He said, “Parents both take care of their child and provide their child’s genes so it’s been difficult to know if we’re seeing that parenting causes callous unemotional behaviors, or if it is just a sign of the genes being passed to the child.”

        The research also discovered that strict parenting is linked to the development of antisocial behavior. Scientists looked at 561 families in an adoption study that examined biological mothers’ antisocial behavior. The scientists found children of antisocial mothers were also more likely to exhibit the same behavior characteristics, despite having limited or no touch with them as they were adopted as babies.

        “The really exciting take-home message from this study is that small, day-to-day positive interactions (互动) that parents have with their young children can make a huge difference in children’s development,’’ said Leslie Leve, a professor at the University of Oregon who co-led the data collection.

        “Even when children have inherited (遗传) a very challenging set of behaviors, hearing ‘good job’ or receiving encouragement can help protect them from developing serious problems coming from their inherited difficulties,” he added. The study, worked on by scientists from the University of Michigan, Penn State University and the University of Oregon has been published in the American Journal of Psychiatry. Researchers will follow the group of children through early adolescence to determine if these behaviors still continue to exist from the toddler years.

What conclusion might the scientists draw from the study?

AAntisocial behaviors might be inherited.

BThe genes decide kids’ antisocial behaviors.

CAntisocial behaviors have noting to do with crimes.

DAdopted babies surely have antisocial behaviors when they grow up.

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                                D

        Career criminals begin their antisocial behavior during their toddler (学步的儿童) years and may go on with a life of crime if their behavior isn’t challenged, scientists have discovered. While most children grow out of their bad behavior by adulthood, a study found those who had “callous unemotional (冷漠无情的) characteristics” could grow up to have problems with the law later in life. Behavior characteristics such as a lack of sympathy and lying in childhood could have an impact years on.

        Luke Hyde, assistant professor of psychology at the University of Michigan, said, “These are signs for parents and doctors to watch out for, as they may signal more than just the terrible twos.” He said, “Parents both take care of their child and provide their child’s genes so it’s been difficult to know if we’re seeing that parenting causes callous unemotional behaviors, or if it is just a sign of the genes being passed to the child.”

        The research also discovered that strict parenting is linked to the development of antisocial behavior. Scientists looked at 561 families in an adoption study that examined biological mothers’ antisocial behavior. The scientists found children of antisocial mothers were also more likely to exhibit the same behavior characteristics, despite having limited or no touch with them as they were adopted as babies.

        “The really exciting take-home message from this study is that small, day-to-day positive interactions (互动) that parents have with their young children can make a huge difference in children’s development,’’ said Leslie Leve, a professor at the University of Oregon who co-led the data collection.

        “Even when children have inherited (遗传) a very challenging set of behaviors, hearing ‘good job’ or receiving encouragement can help protect them from developing serious problems coming from their inherited difficulties,” he added. The study, worked on by scientists from the University of Michigan, Penn State University and the University of Oregon has been published in the American Journal of Psychiatry. Researchers will follow the group of children through early adolescence to determine if these behaviors still continue to exist from the toddler years.

What can be inferred from the passage?

AParenting is the main reason that causes kids’ antisocial behaviors.

BWhat causes career criminals to begin their crimes is their parents’ characteristics.

CLeslie Leve has a doubtful attitude to adoptive mothers’ active interactions with kids.

DInherited antisocial behaviors of kids can be lightened by positive parenting.

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                                D

        Career criminals begin their antisocial behavior during their toddler (学步的儿童) years and may go on with a life of crime if their behavior isn’t challenged, scientists have discovered. While most children grow out of their bad behavior by adulthood, a study found those who had “callous unemotional (冷漠无情的) characteristics” could grow up to have problems with the law later in life. Behavior characteristics such as a lack of sympathy and lying in childhood could have an impact years on.

        Luke Hyde, assistant professor of psychology at the University of Michigan, said, “These are signs for parents and doctors to watch out for, as they may signal more than just the terrible twos.” He said, “Parents both take care of their child and provide their child’s genes so it’s been difficult to know if we’re seeing that parenting causes callous unemotional behaviors, or if it is just a sign of the genes being passed to the child.”

        The research also discovered that strict parenting is linked to the development of antisocial behavior. Scientists looked at 561 families in an adoption study that examined biological mothers’ antisocial behavior. The scientists found children of antisocial mothers were also more likely to exhibit the same behavior characteristics, despite having limited or no touch with them as they were adopted as babies.

        “The really exciting take-home message from this study is that small, day-to-day positive interactions (互动) that parents have with their young children can make a huge difference in children’s development,’’ said Leslie Leve, a professor at the University of Oregon who co-led the data collection.

        “Even when children have inherited (遗传) a very challenging set of behaviors, hearing ‘good job’ or receiving encouragement can help protect them from developing serious problems coming from their inherited difficulties,” he added. The study, worked on by scientists from the University of Michigan, Penn State University and the University of Oregon has been published in the American Journal of Psychiatry. Researchers will follow the group of children through early adolescence to determine if these behaviors still continue to exist from the toddler years.

Why will researchers track kids’ process of growing?

ATo make sure if kids’ behaviors will last.

BTo make sure if praise will change kids.

CTo determine if kids’ behaviors will be inherited.

DTo determine if parents’ comfort will protect kids.

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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。

        Did you feel like the negative remark was more influential than the compliments that you received earlier? If the answer to the question is “Yes”, then you are not alone.  36

        When negative remarks come about, you remind yourself that it is only someone’s opinion and everyone is entitled (使享有权利) to express their opinions. They have the right to say anything they want to say.  37  . You can choose to do whatever you feel necessary with that person’s opinion. When I was a kid, I heard a saying — “A barking dog won’t stop a moving carriage.” That is to say if a carriage is moving and a dog is running after it while barking, the carriage won’t stop because of that dog’s barking.

        As to campus bullying, I suggest an exercise to kids who are being bullied at school.  38   Take a deep breath, in through your nose. Exhale out of your mouth, and pretend there is a drinking straw (吸管) in your mouth so that you exhale air in a straight line. This short exercise will be calming, and allow you to stay cool.

          39  . I personally do not know anyone who is calm. What I’m suggesting is that you learn to productively deal with other people’s negatively, and take control of your emotions and thoughts. In an article in Psychology Today, Dr Raj Raghunathan says, “The difference between ordinary people and extraordinary people is simple. Extraordinary people choose to listen to their positivity and ignore other people’s negativity.”  40  . So you should learn how to deal with negative remarks and not let them control your emotions and thoughts.

    A. Meantime, youchoose to be affected by the negative remakes.

    B. They seethings differently.

    C. There are manypeople feelings like this, but you all need to learn how to handle negativeremarks.

    D. As for as I’mconcerned, some else’s opinion is not necessarily a reflection of your reality.

    E. Now I’m notasking you to become calm.

    F. Therefore, youmust stay calm.

    G. Please do the exercise next time someone is pushing your buttons orgetting under your skin, and you’re about to lose your temper.

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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和D)中,选出可以填入的空白处的最佳选项。

        My uncle was a quiet, cheerful man. He was  41   with fishing, and it was one of our young life to  42   him on his trip to the Country Brook. We were quite willing to word hard in the cornfield to finish the  43   day’s labor in season for an afternoon leisurely walk through the woods and along the brook side.

        I well remember my first fishing trip. I have  44   been happier than when I received that first fishing pole from my uncle’s hand. It was a  45  , sweet day of early summer; the long afternoon shadows of the trees lay cool across our path. My uncle, who knew by long experience where the best place that pickerel (梭子鱼) frequently visited,  46   placed me at the most favorable point. I throw out my line as I had seen others, and waited  47   for a bite. Nothing came of it. “Try again.” said my uncle. Suddenly the bait (鱼饵)  48   out of sight. Thinking “a fish  49  ”, I made a strong pull. Unfortunately I brought up a tangle of weeds. Again and again, I cast out my line with  50   arms, and drew it back empty. Feeling  51  , I looked at my uncle. “Try once more,” he said, “we fishermen must have patience.”

        Suddenly something tugged my line. “Uncle!” I cried, looking back in uncontrollable  52  , “I’ve got a fish!” “Not  53  ,” said my uncle. As he spoke, the scared fish  54   into the middle of the stream. I had lost my prize. Therefore, overcome with bitter disappointment, I sat down in silence. My uncle refitted my bait, and told me to try my  55   once more.

        “But remember, boy,” he said, with his wise smile, “never  56   of catching a fish  57   he is on the dry ground. Similarly, it is no use bragging of anything until it’s done, nor then,  58  , for it speaks for itself.”

        Whenever I hear people boasting of something, I always remember the  59   by the brook side and the  60   caution of my uncle: “NEVER BRAG OF YOUR FISH BEFORE YOU CATCH HIM.”

41. 

    A. crazy                                  

    B.content                                    

    C.obsessed                                 

    D.happy

42. 

    A. company                           

    B.companion                              

    C.track                                         

    D.accompany

43. 

    A. necessary                         

    B.extra                                         

    C.ordinary                                   

    D.extraordinary

44. 

    A. even                                   

    B.ever                                           

    C.never                                        

    D.always

45. 

    A. hot                                      

    B.heated                                      

    C.noisy                                         

    D.still

46. 

    A. considerably                    

    B.patiently                                  

    C.closely                                      

    D.considerately

47. 

    A. carefully                            

    B.leisurely                                   

    C.patiently                                  

    D.anxiously

48. 

    A. rose                                    

    B.came                                         

    C.sank                                          

    D.lost

49. 

    A. above all                           

    B.at last                                       

    C.after all                                    

    D.at least

50. 

    A. tiring                                  

    B.rising                                         

    C.aching                                       

    D.falling

51. 

    A. worried                             

    B.concerned                               

    C.discouraged                                     

    D.puzzled

52. 

    A. excitement                       

    B.disappointment                     

    C.surprise                                    

    D.satisfaction

53. 

    A. still                                     

    B.even                                          

    Cyet                                              

    D.ever

54. 

    A. shot                                    

    B.jumped                                     

    C.went                                         

    D.swam

55. 

    A. hand                                   

    B.pole                                           

    C.luck                                            

    D.chance

56. 

    A. brag                                   

    B.pride                                         

    C.proud                                        

    D.show

57. 

    A. unless                                

    B.until                                           

    C.while                                         

    D.when

58. 

    A. too                                      

    B.also                                           

    C.either                                        

    D.as we

59. 

    A. scenery                             

    B.view                                          

    C. scene                                        

    D.sight

60. 

    A. curious                              

    B.generous                                 

    C.willing                              

    D.wise

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第二节(共10小题;每小题1.5分,满分15分)

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

        The Han Dynasty is one of the most important  61   (dynasty) in Chinese history. There are many  62   (wonder) achievements during this period. It was the first Chinese dynasty  63   (open) its door to other cultures  64   its foreign trade was prosperous. The Silk Road opened up in the Han Dynasty  65   (lead) to the Middle and Western Asia and  66   Rome. Various forms of art blossomed during the period  67   many great works on literature, history and philosophy appeared. The publishing of China’s first dictionary was completed in 100AD; it contains 9000 Chinese characters. At  68   same time, great progress  69   (make) in science and technology was really amazing. The Han Dynasty lasted 400 years. However, the rulers, corruption (腐败) eventually resulted in  70   (it) destruction.

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第一节  短文改错(共10小题,每小题1分,满分10分)

    假定英语课上老师要求同桌之间交换修改作文,请你修改你同桌写的以下作文。文中共有10处语言错误,每句中最多有两处。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每处错误及其修改均仅限一词;

        2只允许修改10处,多者(从第11处起)不计分。

Dear sir/ Madam,

        As a Chinese high school student to graduate in this year, I sincerely apply to a chance to study in your university. I’m eighteen but will finish my three years of study in high school soon. I studied Chinese, English, math, physics, chemistry, biology, geography, history and other subject, of which science subjects are my favorites. I I’m also good at English. I can communicate fluent with native speakers in English.

        Beside, I go in for various out-of-class activities. I like play football, table tennis, and so on. I’m also member of many clubs for music and opera. I’m a volunteer in my neighborhood.

        I’m looking forward to hear from you. And please contact me by e-mail: lihua@qq.c-o/m.

                               Yours sincerely,

                                    Li Hua

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第二节  书面表达(满分25分)

    假如你是李华,你的英国朋友Bob被选中代表他们学校参加11月15日即在长沙举办的汉语桥,他不知道如何准备,向你征求建议,请你给他写封回信,给出你的建议并表达你的美好祝愿。

注意:字数110左右,可适当增加细节,以使行文连贯。

Dear Bob,

        I’m more than glad to hear that                                                                            .

                                                    Yours,

                                                    Li Hua.

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