• 英语 2018年高三新疆第三次模拟试题
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

        Thorne, an English teacher at Columbia University in New York City, has seen the biggest improvement in his students since they used four Apps, Quizlet, QR Codes, Evernote and WAGmob.

        Quizlet

        Quizlet is a learning app you use on your mobile device. Quizlet has word sets for millions of subjects. The app uses flashcards, spelling quizzes and other methods to build and test learners’ vocabulary skills. And learners can use Quizlet on their own.

        Since his students began using Quizlet, Thorne has noticed students engaged with the form and the meaning and even the use of the vocabulary.

        QR Codes

        A QR Code is a kind of sign that a smartphone can read with its camera. When the phone recognizes the information, it takes the user to a website, image, video, or anything else you want to share. Thorne says QR Codes can help bring real-world materials into the classroom. For example, color printing can be costly, but QR Codes enable students to see color images or infographics, he notes.

        Evernote

        Evernote lets users store and share notes, images and recordings in one place. Teachers can also use Evernote to give homework. Thorne often asks his students to record their reaction to something from class. Then, he listens to their recordings and adds his response. “One of the first things instructions need to do is to find ways to get students to notice the errors or the particular language challengers they have,” he says.

        WAGmob

        WAGmob is an on-the-go app for learning, which is simple and easy. The app provides snack sized chapters for easy learning and bite sized flashcards to memorize key concepts. It also provides simple and easy quizzes for self-assessment. It is accessible for users to get a quick summary of essential concepts. It has over three million paying customers from more than 175 countries. Thorne says WAGmob is intended for students and teachers.

Which App can help students enrich vocabulary?

AEvernote.

BQuizlet.

CQR Codes.

DWAGmob.

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                                A

        Thorne, an English teacher at Columbia University in New York City, has seen the biggest improvement in his students since they used four Apps, Quizlet, QR Codes, Evernote and WAGmob.

        Quizlet

        Quizlet is a learning app you use on your mobile device. Quizlet has word sets for millions of subjects. The app uses flashcards, spelling quizzes and other methods to build and test learners’ vocabulary skills. And learners can use Quizlet on their own.

        Since his students began using Quizlet, Thorne has noticed students engaged with the form and the meaning and even the use of the vocabulary.

        QR Codes

        A QR Code is a kind of sign that a smartphone can read with its camera. When the phone recognizes the information, it takes the user to a website, image, video, or anything else you want to share. Thorne says QR Codes can help bring real-world materials into the classroom. For example, color printing can be costly, but QR Codes enable students to see color images or infographics, he notes.

        Evernote

        Evernote lets users store and share notes, images and recordings in one place. Teachers can also use Evernote to give homework. Thorne often asks his students to record their reaction to something from class. Then, he listens to their recordings and adds his response. “One of the first things instructions need to do is to find ways to get students to notice the errors or the particular language challengers they have,” he says.

        WAGmob

        WAGmob is an on-the-go app for learning, which is simple and easy. The app provides snack sized chapters for easy learning and bite sized flashcards to memorize key concepts. It also provides simple and easy quizzes for self-assessment. It is accessible for users to get a quick summary of essential concepts. It has over three million paying customers from more than 175 countries. Thorne says WAGmob is intended for students and teachers.

Which two Apps use both flashcards and quizzes?

AQuizlet & WAGmob.

BEvernote & QR Codes.

CEvernote & Quizlet.

DQR Codes & WAGmob.

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                                A

        Thorne, an English teacher at Columbia University in New York City, has seen the biggest improvement in his students since they used four Apps, Quizlet, QR Codes, Evernote and WAGmob.

        Quizlet

        Quizlet is a learning app you use on your mobile device. Quizlet has word sets for millions of subjects. The app uses flashcards, spelling quizzes and other methods to build and test learners’ vocabulary skills. And learners can use Quizlet on their own.

        Since his students began using Quizlet, Thorne has noticed students engaged with the form and the meaning and even the use of the vocabulary.

        QR Codes

        A QR Code is a kind of sign that a smartphone can read with its camera. When the phone recognizes the information, it takes the user to a website, image, video, or anything else you want to share. Thorne says QR Codes can help bring real-world materials into the classroom. For example, color printing can be costly, but QR Codes enable students to see color images or infographics, he notes.

        Evernote

        Evernote lets users store and share notes, images and recordings in one place. Teachers can also use Evernote to give homework. Thorne often asks his students to record their reaction to something from class. Then, he listens to their recordings and adds his response. “One of the first things instructions need to do is to find ways to get students to notice the errors or the particular language challengers they have,” he says.

        WAGmob

        WAGmob is an on-the-go app for learning, which is simple and easy. The app provides snack sized chapters for easy learning and bite sized flashcards to memorize key concepts. It also provides simple and easy quizzes for self-assessment. It is accessible for users to get a quick summary of essential concepts. It has over three million paying customers from more than 175 countries. Thorne says WAGmob is intended for students and teachers.

What is special about QR Codes?

AIt’s a kind of smartphone.

BIt offers teachers a choice to give homework.

CIt helps users reach any material you want to share.

DIt is a tool to share notes, images and recordings in one place.

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                                B

        The year was 1964. I was about 16 and lived in a small town in the southernmost tip of India. While my father and my elder brother were in Mumbai to earn a living, I was at home, in our small rented accommodation, looking after my mother, who had been in bed for 15 years.

        One day Mother’s condition turned serious and she needed immediate medical help. There was a government hospital about an hour away. Mother was so sick that there was no option but to hire a taxi.

        On reaching the hospital, when I was about to pay the taxi driver, he refused to accept any money. “Keep it. You may need it to buy food,” he said. “Now go on with your mother. I will be at the gate in case you need me.” I did not, though. The doctors recommended Mother doing some tests and keeping her under observation.

        Later, when the taxi driver drove me back home, I found our front door locked, with all our belongings out in the courtyard. Our landlady came out and announced that we could no longer live in her house. She was worried that if my mother died, nobody would rent her place gain. On top of all our troubles, we were homeless now.

        The taxi driver helped me at every step of the way. He took Mother to another hospital. He drove us to Christ Nagar to pick up our belongings. He helped us find a shelter. He ferried us several times without charging a dime(十分硬币), waiting patiently in front of hospitals. He helped at a time when he could have earned money for himself and his family. The unbelievable kindness of this extraordinary man changed my life forever. I still remember him vividly today. To me, he was an angel in a black and yellow taxi.

According to the text, the author ________.

Apaid the driver a dime

Bowed the driver a big favor

Ccouldn’t afford any food

Dlived in Mumbai with his family

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                                B

        The year was 1964. I was about 16 and lived in a small town in the southernmost tip of India. While my father and my elder brother were in Mumbai to earn a living, I was at home, in our small rented accommodation, looking after my mother, who had been in bed for 15 years.

        One day Mother’s condition turned serious and she needed immediate medical help. There was a government hospital about an hour away. Mother was so sick that there was no option but to hire a taxi.

        On reaching the hospital, when I was about to pay the taxi driver, he refused to accept any money. “Keep it. You may need it to buy food,” he said. “Now go on with your mother. I will be at the gate in case you need me.” I did not, though. The doctors recommended Mother doing some tests and keeping her under observation.

        Later, when the taxi driver drove me back home, I found our front door locked, with all our belongings out in the courtyard. Our landlady came out and announced that we could no longer live in her house. She was worried that if my mother died, nobody would rent her place gain. On top of all our troubles, we were homeless now.

        The taxi driver helped me at every step of the way. He took Mother to another hospital. He drove us to Christ Nagar to pick up our belongings. He helped us find a shelter. He ferried us several times without charging a dime(十分硬币), waiting patiently in front of hospitals. He helped at a time when he could have earned money for himself and his family. The unbelievable kindness of this extraordinary man changed my life forever. I still remember him vividly today. To me, he was an angel in a black and yellow taxi.

What can be learned from the text?

AThe driver ferried the author and his mother twice.

BThe driver accommodated the author and his mother.

CThe driver packed up the author’s belongings.

DThe driver suffered some loss of income.

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                                B

        The year was 1964. I was about 16 and lived in a small town in the southernmost tip of India. While my father and my elder brother were in Mumbai to earn a living, I was at home, in our small rented accommodation, looking after my mother, who had been in bed for 15 years.

        One day Mother’s condition turned serious and she needed immediate medical help. There was a government hospital about an hour away. Mother was so sick that there was no option but to hire a taxi.

        On reaching the hospital, when I was about to pay the taxi driver, he refused to accept any money. “Keep it. You may need it to buy food,” he said. “Now go on with your mother. I will be at the gate in case you need me.” I did not, though. The doctors recommended Mother doing some tests and keeping her under observation.

        Later, when the taxi driver drove me back home, I found our front door locked, with all our belongings out in the courtyard. Our landlady came out and announced that we could no longer live in her house. She was worried that if my mother died, nobody would rent her place gain. On top of all our troubles, we were homeless now.

        The taxi driver helped me at every step of the way. He took Mother to another hospital. He drove us to Christ Nagar to pick up our belongings. He helped us find a shelter. He ferried us several times without charging a dime(十分硬币), waiting patiently in front of hospitals. He helped at a time when he could have earned money for himself and his family. The unbelievable kindness of this extraordinary man changed my life forever. I still remember him vividly today. To me, he was an angel in a black and yellow taxi.

Which of the following words can best describe the landlady?

ACold-blooded.

BGreedy.

CPessimistic.

DMerciful.

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                                B

        The year was 1964. I was about 16 and lived in a small town in the southernmost tip of India. While my father and my elder brother were in Mumbai to earn a living, I was at home, in our small rented accommodation, looking after my mother, who had been in bed for 15 years.

        One day Mother’s condition turned serious and she needed immediate medical help. There was a government hospital about an hour away. Mother was so sick that there was no option but to hire a taxi.

        On reaching the hospital, when I was about to pay the taxi driver, he refused to accept any money. “Keep it. You may need it to buy food,” he said. “Now go on with your mother. I will be at the gate in case you need me.” I did not, though. The doctors recommended Mother doing some tests and keeping her under observation.

        Later, when the taxi driver drove me back home, I found our front door locked, with all our belongings out in the courtyard. Our landlady came out and announced that we could no longer live in her house. She was worried that if my mother died, nobody would rent her place gain. On top of all our troubles, we were homeless now.

        The taxi driver helped me at every step of the way. He took Mother to another hospital. He drove us to Christ Nagar to pick up our belongings. He helped us find a shelter. He ferried us several times without charging a dime(十分硬币), waiting patiently in front of hospitals. He helped at a time when he could have earned money for himself and his family. The unbelievable kindness of this extraordinary man changed my life forever. I still remember him vividly today. To me, he was an angel in a black and yellow taxi.

What’s the author’s purpose in writing the text?

ATo express concern over his mother.

BTo show the importance of helping others.

CTo share a touching story.

DTo introduce an angel in black and yellow.

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                                C

        People ride Mobike’s shared bikes in Hefei, Anhui province. The new trend of bike sharing is a great thing. Bicycling is a very healthy way to get exercise. I often see sports bicyclists in China wearing a helmet, but I don’t think I have ever seen a bicyclist on a shared bicycle wearing one.

        Despite the health benefits of cycling, many in China may die or spend the rest of their lives in bed if they do not wear helmets. One of the saddest memories I have from Qingdao is when Ocean University took foreign teachers to visit a hospital for children with brain injuries. Famed brain surgeon Ben Carson is well-known foe being mild-tempered. However, when he sees a cyclist without a helmet, he is known to become wild with anger, remembering all the cyclists without helmets whose brains he has needs to fix. “The cost on the operation vastly outweighs the cost of a 20-dollar bicycle helmet,” said Ben Carson.

        Many countries require car passengers to wear seatbelts for just such reasons. In the USA, some areas also have laws requiring bicycle helmets be worn by cyclists. Maybe this could be legally required. A law such as this would surely save money, since the cost of looking after one brain-damaged patient cost more.

        It seems to me that the simplest way to make bike sharing safer is to rent the helmets with the bicycle. As an electrical engineer, it is easy for me to picture bicycles rental together with helmets using some type of lock, so that if the helmet is not removed from the bicycle, the rider pays more. If the helmet is not returned to the bicycle, the renter has purchased the helmet.

Why is Ben Carson angry with the cyclists without helmets?

ABecause he is bad-tempered.

BBecause he is a helmet designer.

CBecause he hates his job as a surgeon.

DBecause he cares about the cyclists’ safety.

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                                C

        People ride Mobike’s shared bikes in Hefei, Anhui province. The new trend of bike sharing is a great thing. Bicycling is a very healthy way to get exercise. I often see sports bicyclists in China wearing a helmet, but I don’t think I have ever seen a bicyclist on a shared bicycle wearing one.

        Despite the health benefits of cycling, many in China may die or spend the rest of their lives in bed if they do not wear helmets. One of the saddest memories I have from Qingdao is when Ocean University took foreign teachers to visit a hospital for children with brain injuries. Famed brain surgeon Ben Carson is well-known foe being mild-tempered. However, when he sees a cyclist without a helmet, he is known to become wild with anger, remembering all the cyclists without helmets whose brains he has needs to fix. “The cost on the operation vastly outweighs the cost of a 20-dollar bicycle helmet,” said Ben Carson.

        Many countries require car passengers to wear seatbelts for just such reasons. In the USA, some areas also have laws requiring bicycle helmets be worn by cyclists. Maybe this could be legally required. A law such as this would surely save money, since the cost of looking after one brain-damaged patient cost more.

        It seems to me that the simplest way to make bike sharing safer is to rent the helmets with the bicycle. As an electrical engineer, it is easy for me to picture bicycles rental together with helmets using some type of lock, so that if the helmet is not removed from the bicycle, the rider pays more. If the helmet is not returned to the bicycle, the renter has purchased the helmet.

Which of the following is true?

AMost cyclists all over the world wear helmets.

BSeldom do cyclists die from not wearing helmets in China.

CIn China laws have been issued to require helmets for bike sharing.

DTo use a helmet is a lot more cost-effective than to spend money on an operation.

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                                C

        People ride Mobike’s shared bikes in Hefei, Anhui province. The new trend of bike sharing is a great thing. Bicycling is a very healthy way to get exercise. I often see sports bicyclists in China wearing a helmet, but I don’t think I have ever seen a bicyclist on a shared bicycle wearing one.

        Despite the health benefits of cycling, many in China may die or spend the rest of their lives in bed if they do not wear helmets. One of the saddest memories I have from Qingdao is when Ocean University took foreign teachers to visit a hospital for children with brain injuries. Famed brain surgeon Ben Carson is well-known foe being mild-tempered. However, when he sees a cyclist without a helmet, he is known to become wild with anger, remembering all the cyclists without helmets whose brains he has needs to fix. “The cost on the operation vastly outweighs the cost of a 20-dollar bicycle helmet,” said Ben Carson.

        Many countries require car passengers to wear seatbelts for just such reasons. In the USA, some areas also have laws requiring bicycle helmets be worn by cyclists. Maybe this could be legally required. A law such as this would surely save money, since the cost of looking after one brain-damaged patient cost more.

        It seems to me that the simplest way to make bike sharing safer is to rent the helmets with the bicycle. As an electrical engineer, it is easy for me to picture bicycles rental together with helmets using some type of lock, so that if the helmet is not removed from the bicycle, the rider pays more. If the helmet is not returned to the bicycle, the renter has purchased the helmet.

What can be inferred from the last paragraph?

AIt is easy for a cyclist to use the lock.

BWearing helmets means no injuries.

CRenting helmets with bicycles might be a way to ensure safer cycling.

DA cyclist has to buy the helmet as long as it is removed from the bicycle.

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                                C

        People ride Mobike’s shared bikes in Hefei, Anhui province. The new trend of bike sharing is a great thing. Bicycling is a very healthy way to get exercise. I often see sports bicyclists in China wearing a helmet, but I don’t think I have ever seen a bicyclist on a shared bicycle wearing one.

        Despite the health benefits of cycling, many in China may die or spend the rest of their lives in bed if they do not wear helmets. One of the saddest memories I have from Qingdao is when Ocean University took foreign teachers to visit a hospital for children with brain injuries. Famed brain surgeon Ben Carson is well-known foe being mild-tempered. However, when he sees a cyclist without a helmet, he is known to become wild with anger, remembering all the cyclists without helmets whose brains he has needs to fix. “The cost on the operation vastly outweighs the cost of a 20-dollar bicycle helmet,” said Ben Carson.

        Many countries require car passengers to wear seatbelts for just such reasons. In the USA, some areas also have laws requiring bicycle helmets be worn by cyclists. Maybe this could be legally required. A law such as this would surely save money, since the cost of looking after one brain-damaged patient cost more.

        It seems to me that the simplest way to make bike sharing safer is to rent the helmets with the bicycle. As an electrical engineer, it is easy for me to picture bicycles rental together with helmets using some type of lock, so that if the helmet is not removed from the bicycle, the rider pays more. If the helmet is not returned to the bicycle, the renter has purchased the helmet.

What is the best title for the text?

AMobike—One of China’s Top Bike

BTime to End Cycling without Helmets.

CBike Sharing—A New Way of Life

DSolving Problems of Shared Bikes

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                                D

        Nowadays, auto-flush motion sensor toilets(自动感应冲水马桶)are in schools, airports, hotels, and tourists spots around the world. But do you know who invented this modern convenience? The answer may surprise you. It was Teng Hung-Chi of Nantou, Taiwan, who was only 19 when he created the original sensor urinal!

        Teng’s inspiration came in 1983 during an exhausting day of work as a mechanic. While using the restroom, Teng didn’t want to dirty the urinal by pressing the flush button with his dirty hands. He began thinking about how to combine an infrared(红外线的)sensor with a water valve(阀). Two months later, his invention was completed, and Teng sold the patent for a lot of money! Since then, Teng’s creative inventions have earned him the title “Taiwan’s Edison”.

        When people discover that an appliance is broken, they often stop using it. Not Teng, though. Since childhood, he has enjoyed learning about such appliances by taking them apart. His curiosity and persistence have helped him create many quality inventions. Teng’s interest in inventing has helped him win many prized at the annual World Invention Contest. But behind these awards lies days and nights of continuous hard work.

        For example, in 1999, Teng’s Remote Control Pager Device” made him the first Asian winner of the Genius Prize at the Nuremberg World Invention Exhibition. This invention can control every single appliance in a building from far away! In addition to his lifelong interest in inventing things himself, Teng is also devoted to educating others about invention. He encourages people to pursue fantastic concepts and make them reality, instead of being limited by conventional thinking. “I every school brought up just one outstanding inventor, our country would definitely benefit from outstanding inventions!” Teng says.

According to Paragraph 2, what is Teng’s inspiration based on?

AA chance experience.

BA sold patent.

CThe title “Taiwan’s Edison”.

DHis work as a mechanic.

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                                D

        Nowadays, auto-flush motion sensor toilets(自动感应冲水马桶)are in schools, airports, hotels, and tourists spots around the world. But do you know who invented this modern convenience? The answer may surprise you. It was Teng Hung-Chi of Nantou, Taiwan, who was only 19 when he created the original sensor urinal!

        Teng’s inspiration came in 1983 during an exhausting day of work as a mechanic. While using the restroom, Teng didn’t want to dirty the urinal by pressing the flush button with his dirty hands. He began thinking about how to combine an infrared(红外线的)sensor with a water valve(阀). Two months later, his invention was completed, and Teng sold the patent for a lot of money! Since then, Teng’s creative inventions have earned him the title “Taiwan’s Edison”.

        When people discover that an appliance is broken, they often stop using it. Not Teng, though. Since childhood, he has enjoyed learning about such appliances by taking them apart. His curiosity and persistence have helped him create many quality inventions. Teng’s interest in inventing has helped him win many prized at the annual World Invention Contest. But behind these awards lies days and nights of continuous hard work.

        For example, in 1999, Teng’s Remote Control Pager Device” made him the first Asian winner of the Genius Prize at the Nuremberg World Invention Exhibition. This invention can control every single appliance in a building from far away! In addition to his lifelong interest in inventing things himself, Teng is also devoted to educating others about invention. He encourages people to pursue fantastic concepts and make them reality, instead of being limited by conventional thinking. “I every school brought up just one outstanding inventor, our country would definitely benefit from outstanding inventions!” Teng says.

What can we learn about Teng from the text?

ABroken appliances are of no use to him.

BIt is hard work and interest that lead to his success.

CHe sells auto-flush motion sensor toilets all over the world.

DHe is the first winner at the Nuremberg World Invention Exhibition.

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                                D

        Nowadays, auto-flush motion sensor toilets(自动感应冲水马桶)are in schools, airports, hotels, and tourists spots around the world. But do you know who invented this modern convenience? The answer may surprise you. It was Teng Hung-Chi of Nantou, Taiwan, who was only 19 when he created the original sensor urinal!

        Teng’s inspiration came in 1983 during an exhausting day of work as a mechanic. While using the restroom, Teng didn’t want to dirty the urinal by pressing the flush button with his dirty hands. He began thinking about how to combine an infrared(红外线的)sensor with a water valve(阀). Two months later, his invention was completed, and Teng sold the patent for a lot of money! Since then, Teng’s creative inventions have earned him the title “Taiwan’s Edison”.

        When people discover that an appliance is broken, they often stop using it. Not Teng, though. Since childhood, he has enjoyed learning about such appliances by taking them apart. His curiosity and persistence have helped him create many quality inventions. Teng’s interest in inventing has helped him win many prized at the annual World Invention Contest. But behind these awards lies days and nights of continuous hard work.

        For example, in 1999, Teng’s Remote Control Pager Device” made him the first Asian winner of the Genius Prize at the Nuremberg World Invention Exhibition. This invention can control every single appliance in a building from far away! In addition to his lifelong interest in inventing things himself, Teng is also devoted to educating others about invention. He encourages people to pursue fantastic concepts and make them reality, instead of being limited by conventional thinking. “I every school brought up just one outstanding inventor, our country would definitely benefit from outstanding inventions!” Teng says.

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

ASeek.

BQuit.

CReplace.

DChange.

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                                D

        Nowadays, auto-flush motion sensor toilets(自动感应冲水马桶)are in schools, airports, hotels, and tourists spots around the world. But do you know who invented this modern convenience? The answer may surprise you. It was Teng Hung-Chi of Nantou, Taiwan, who was only 19 when he created the original sensor urinal!

        Teng’s inspiration came in 1983 during an exhausting day of work as a mechanic. While using the restroom, Teng didn’t want to dirty the urinal by pressing the flush button with his dirty hands. He began thinking about how to combine an infrared(红外线的)sensor with a water valve(阀). Two months later, his invention was completed, and Teng sold the patent for a lot of money! Since then, Teng’s creative inventions have earned him the title “Taiwan’s Edison”.

        When people discover that an appliance is broken, they often stop using it. Not Teng, though. Since childhood, he has enjoyed learning about such appliances by taking them apart. His curiosity and persistence have helped him create many quality inventions. Teng’s interest in inventing has helped him win many prized at the annual World Invention Contest. But behind these awards lies days and nights of continuous hard work.

        For example, in 1999, Teng’s Remote Control Pager Device” made him the first Asian winner of the Genius Prize at the Nuremberg World Invention Exhibition. This invention can control every single appliance in a building from far away! In addition to his lifelong interest in inventing things himself, Teng is also devoted to educating others about invention. He encourages people to pursue fantastic concepts and make them reality, instead of being limited by conventional thinking. “I every school brought up just one outstanding inventor, our country would definitely benefit from outstanding inventions!” Teng says.

Teng probably thinks present school education should ________.

Adevelop students’ conventional thinking

Bstrengthen students’ determination

Cmotivate students to think creatively

Dencourage students to face difficulties.

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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。

    Three Questions to Help You Overcome Procrastination(拖延症)

        Procrastination is like a voice in your head giving you several seemingly valid reasons to avoid doing something.   36   . Asking the right questions can help give you practical solutions when you feel stuck. Here are three questions which might help.

        What one thing can I do to get started?

        Getting started is the hardest part. But once you actually begin working on a task, it doesn’t feel as bad or complicated as you imagined it would. By asking yourself what you can do to take that first meaningful step, you can begin breaking up the project into smaller sub-tasks,   37   . Once you begin focusing just on that, you’ll likely have more motivation to keep going.

           38   ?

        We procrastinate not just because we want to avoid doing something unpleasant but because we’re overwhelmed by so much other work. So each morning, get your priorities straight. Ask yourself which three tasks you need to nail today. Block out the first few hours of your day to focusing on those. Only when they’re done should you move on to your other work.

        How can I make this easier?

           39   . But there’s no shame in making something difficult easier for yourself to complete. For instance, you might not have time to workout for an hour every day. So rather than skipping the gym completely, start by exercising for just 10 minutes each day. The easiest way to build a new habit is to start really small. Once you become consistent, you’ll find it far easier to increase the duration.

        The truth is, all successful people have a tendency to procrastinate. The key is what steps you take to start getting things done.   40   .

    A. Usually it’s tough to overcome

    B. then pick the simplest one to start on

    C. What will go wrong if I don’t do this now

    D. What are my three biggest priorities today

    E. Succeeding at something demands hard work

    F. And sometimes that’s all about asking the rightquestions

    G. you’ll feel a lot morein control once you get a lot of it done

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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)中选出可以填入空白处的最佳选项。

        Waiting in the small room of the Portland Blanche House, I could hardly control my anxiety and excitement. It was my first time to help feed the   41   . Nineteen tables crowded the room and I had to stand in the center,   42   I could see every table, telling new people to come in and fill the seats as they   43   .

        I was thrilled and   44   to help people directly.   45   , I was also very nervous and curious. I knew I was doing good, but a voice   46   , telling me to hide.

        There was no turning   47   now. It was time. People walked in. The seniors quickly occupied the   48   . They immediately started filling the plastic bags with food. I watched their faces,   49   what it would be like living on the city streets twenty-four hours a day.

        I was nervous, having little to do   50   wait, so I focused on the   51   of the house director: “Lots of them come here as much to see a   52   face as to eat the food, so don’t be afraid to smile.”

        This I could   53   , smiling the warmest smile, I caught the   54   of every person I could. And I felt good about it.

        One old man kept looking at me and smiled happily at me. I was   55   by his pleasure. When he   56   to me to come closer to him, I was only a little alarmed. His speech was gentle. As he reached out one hand to take mine, I felt no   57   in his grandfatherly presence.

        He asked, “How much do I   58   you for your smile?”

        I told him, “Nothing.” And that aged smile grew even   59   and more amazed.

        He told me that as long as he remembered that smile, he’d be doing just   60   .

        I thought, me, too. Sometimes that’s all it takes.

41. 

    A. rich                

    B.homeless                  

    C. penniless       

    D.disabled

42. 

    A. what              

    B.which                      

    C. though          

    D. where

43. 

    A. seated           

    B.left                          

    C. emptied        

    D. occupied

44. 

    A. eager            

    B.afraid                       

    C. unwilling       

    D. shameful

45. 

    A. Yet                

    B.Therefore                 

    C. Instead         

    D. However

46. 

    A. turned out    

    B.came out                  

    C. broke out     

    D. faded out

47. 

    A. back             

    B.down                       

    C. up                

    D. in

48. 

    A. seats            

    B.time                         

    C. tables           

    D. room

49. 

    A. remembering       

    B.experiencing             

    C. imagining             

    D. discovering

50. 

    A. or                   

    B.and                          

    C. so                   

    D. but

51. 

    A. comment       

    B.promise                    

    C. advice            

    D. warning

52. 

    A. friendly          

    B.funny                       

    C. pretty            

    D. familiar

53. 

    A. handle           

    B.learn                        

    C. face               

    D. challenge

54. 

    A. hands             

    B.eyes                         

    C. bags               

    D. thoughts

55. 

    A. shocked         

    B.frightened                

    C. touched         

    D. embarrassed

56. 

    A. shouted         

    B.gestured                   

    C. announced    

    D. explained

57. 

    A. happiness      

    B.curiosity                   

    C. gratitude        

    D. threat

58. 

    A. offer               

    B.owe                         

    C. give                

    D. charge

59. 

    A. louder             

    B.longer                   

    C. wider               

    D.older

60. 

    A. hard                     

    B. enough                 

    C. wrong              

    D.fine

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第二节(共10小题;每小题1.5分,满分15分)

    阅读下面材料,在空白处填入1个适当的单词或括号内单词的正确形式。

        Let’s learn some expressions   61   (relate) to money. Most people around the world hope   62   (get) a higher salary. A common American expressions is “I am working for chickenfeed”, which means “I am working for very little money”. The expression probably   63   (begin) because seeds fed to chickens made people think of small change. An early use of the word “chickenfeed” appeared in 1930 in an American book   64   a rich man and   65   son. “Chickenfeed” also has another interesting meaning. According to an World War II history expert, some German spies who worked in London during the war also worked for the British.   66   British government had to make the Germans   67   (believe) their spies were working, so British officials gave them mostly false   68   (inform), which spies often called “chickenfeed”.   69   common American expression with a similar meaning is “I am working for peanuts”. This, of course,   70   (mean) “I am working for a small amount of money”.

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第一节 短文改错(共10小题;每小题1分,满分10分)

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

    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。

        A lecture will be hold in the lecture hall of our school from 3:00 to 5:00 in the afternoon of May 23rd, 2018. The lecture is about the different and similarities between China and American education. They will be given by Professor Steve, that is now teaching at Beijing University. Anyone interesting in this subject will be warm welcomed to attend the lecture. Please do remember to arrive on the time. In addition, it is suggested you take a notebook and a pen with you.

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第二节 书面表达(百强校英语解析团队专供)(满分25分)

    假定你是李华,你的英国笔友Edward打算到中国学习中国功夫(Chinese Kung Fu),写信向你求助。请你给他写一封回信,内容包括:

    1介绍中国功夫;

    2负责联系学习地点和老师。

注意:词数100左右;

    2可适当增加细节,以使行文连贯;

    3开头已给出,不计入总词数。

Dear Edward,

        It is amazing to know that you show great preference for Chinese Kung Fu…________________________

__________________________________________________________

                                                    Yours,

                                                    Li Hua

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