• 英语 2018年高三重庆市第二次模拟试题
单选题 本大题共15小题,每小题2分,共30分。在每小题给出的4个选项中,有且只有一项是符合题目要求。
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第一节(共15小题:每小题2分,满分30分)

    阅读下列短文,从每题所给的网个选项(A、B、C和D)中,选出最 佳选项。

                                A

    An egg sinks to the bottom if you drop it into a glassof ordinary drinking water but what happens if you add salt?Theresults are very interesting and can teach you some fun facts about density(密度).

    What you'llneed:

    *One egg*Water*Salt*A tall drinking glass

    Instructions:

    Pour water into the glass until it is about half full.

    Mix in lots of salt (about6 tablespoons).

    Carefully pour in plain water until the glass isnearly full (be careful not to mix the salt water with the plainwater).

    Gently lower the egg into the water and watch whathappens.

    What'shappening?

    Salt water is denser than ordinary tap water.Thedenser the liquid is,the easier it is for an object tofloat in it.When you lower the egg into the liquid it dropsthrough the normal tap water until it reaches the salt water,atthis point the water is dense enough for the egg to float.Ifyou were careful when you added the tap water to the salt water,theywill not have mixed,enabling the egg to amazingly floatin the middle of the glass.

Which of the following is the CORRECT order?

①Mix in lots of salt.

②Gently lower the egg into the water.

③Carefully pour in plain water until the glass is nearly full.

④Pour water into the glass until it is about half full.

A④②①③

B④①③②

C①④③②

D③④①②

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                                A

    An egg sinks to the bottom if you drop it into a glassof ordinary drinking water but what happens if you add salt?Theresults are very interesting and can teach you some fun facts about density(密度).

    What you'llneed:

    *One egg*Water*Salt*A tall drinking glass

    Instructions:

    Pour water into the glass until it is about half full.

    Mix in lots of salt (about6 tablespoons).

    Carefully pour in plain water until the glass isnearly full (be careful not to mix the salt water with the plainwater).

    Gently lower the egg into the water and watch whathappens.

    What'shappening?

    Salt water is denser than ordinary tap water.Thedenser the liquid is,the easier it is for an object tofloat in it.When you lower the egg into the liquid it dropsthrough the normal tap water until it reaches the salt water,atthis point the water is dense enough for the egg to float.Ifyou were careful when you added the tap water to the salt water,theywill not have mixed,enabling the egg to amazingly floatin the middle of the glass.

What will happen if you drop an egg into a glass of water with about 6 tablespoons of salt?

AIt will float in the water.

BNothing will happen.

CIt will sink to the bottom.

DThe result is not known.

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                                A

    An egg sinks to the bottom if you drop it into a glassof ordinary drinking water but what happens if you add salt?Theresults are very interesting and can teach you some fun facts about density(密度).

    What you'llneed:

    *One egg*Water*Salt*A tall drinking glass

    Instructions:

    Pour water into the glass until it is about half full.

    Mix in lots of salt (about6 tablespoons).

    Carefully pour in plain water until the glass isnearly full (be careful not to mix the salt water with the plainwater).

    Gently lower the egg into the water and watch whathappens.

    What'shappening?

    Salt water is denser than ordinary tap water.Thedenser the liquid is,the easier it is for an object tofloat in it.When you lower the egg into the liquid it dropsthrough the normal tap water until it reaches the salt water,atthis point the water is dense enough for the egg to float.Ifyou were careful when you added the tap water to the salt water,theywill not have mixed,enabling the egg to amazingly floatin the middle of the glass.

Why can the egg float in the water according to the passage?

ABecause ordinary tap water is denser than salt water.

BBecause ordinary tap water is as dense as salt water.

CBecause the denser the liquid is,the easier it is for an object to float in it.

DBecause the more the liquid there is,the easier it is for an object to float in it.

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                                B

    Cleaning your plate may not help feed hungry childrentoday, but the timeworn advice of mothers everywhere may help reduce food wastefrom the farm to the fork, help the environment and make it easier to feed theword’s growing population.

    Hard data still being collected, but experts inChicago said about 30% to 50% of the food produced in the world goes uneaten. Theaverage American throws away 33 pounds of food each month—about$40 worth, which means each person throws away almost 400 pounds of food. TheUS Department of Agriculture says that 23% of eggs and an even higher percentageof produce ends up in the trash.

    “We forget we have all these fresh fruits andvegetables, and at the end of the week we have to throw them away”, said EstherGove, a mother of three young children in South Berwick, Maine. “Now, I don’tbuy as much fresh produce as I used to.”

    But the effect of food waste arrives far beyond thekitchen. Agriculture is the world’s largest user of water, a big consumer ofenergy and chemicals and major emitter of greenhouse gases duringproduction. Experts say reducing waste is a simple way to cut stress on theenvironment and can ease pressure on farmers, who will be called on to feed anexpected 9 billion people around the world in 2050, compared with nearly 7billion today.

    No matter how sustainable(可持续的)farming is, if the food’s not getting eaten, it’s not sustainable and it’s nota good use of our resources. In richer nations, fruit and vegetables end up inthe trash because they are not pretty enough to meet companies’ standards, havegone bad in a home refrigerator or aren’t eaten at a restaurant. In developingcountries, much food spoils before it gets to market due to poor roads and lackof refrigeration. High food prices are another reason, since some people can’tafford the food that’s produced.

From the first paragraph, we know that cleaning your plate ____________.

Ais your mother’s best advice for you

Bcan solve certain problems for the world

Ccan help feed hungry children all over the world

Dhelps meet the growing population’s needs

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                                B

    Cleaning your plate may not help feed hungry childrentoday, but the timeworn advice of mothers everywhere may help reduce food wastefrom the farm to the fork, help the environment and make it easier to feed theword’s growing population.

    Hard data still being collected, but experts inChicago said about 30% to 50% of the food produced in the world goes uneaten. Theaverage American throws away 33 pounds of food each month—about$40 worth, which means each person throws away almost 400 pounds of food. TheUS Department of Agriculture says that 23% of eggs and an even higher percentageof produce ends up in the trash.

    “We forget we have all these fresh fruits andvegetables, and at the end of the week we have to throw them away”, said EstherGove, a mother of three young children in South Berwick, Maine. “Now, I don’tbuy as much fresh produce as I used to.”

    But the effect of food waste arrives far beyond thekitchen. Agriculture is the world’s largest user of water, a big consumer ofenergy and chemicals and major emitter of greenhouse gases duringproduction. Experts say reducing waste is a simple way to cut stress on theenvironment and can ease pressure on farmers, who will be called on to feed anexpected 9 billion people around the world in 2050, compared with nearly 7billion today.

    No matter how sustainable(可持续的)farming is, if the food’s not getting eaten, it’s not sustainable and it’s nota good use of our resources. In richer nations, fruit and vegetables end up inthe trash because they are not pretty enough to meet companies’ standards, havegone bad in a home refrigerator or aren’t eaten at a restaurant. In developingcountries, much food spoils before it gets to market due to poor roads and lackof refrigeration. High food prices are another reason, since some people can’tafford the food that’s produced.

The underlined word “emitter” in Paragraph 4 means ___________.

Auser

Bfinder

Cprotector

Dproducer

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                                B

    Cleaning your plate may not help feed hungry childrentoday, but the timeworn advice of mothers everywhere may help reduce food wastefrom the farm to the fork, help the environment and make it easier to feed theword’s growing population.

    Hard data still being collected, but experts inChicago said about 30% to 50% of the food produced in the world goes uneaten. Theaverage American throws away 33 pounds of food each month—about$40 worth, which means each person throws away almost 400 pounds of food. TheUS Department of Agriculture says that 23% of eggs and an even higher percentageof produce ends up in the trash.

    “We forget we have all these fresh fruits andvegetables, and at the end of the week we have to throw them away”, said EstherGove, a mother of three young children in South Berwick, Maine. “Now, I don’tbuy as much fresh produce as I used to.”

    But the effect of food waste arrives far beyond thekitchen. Agriculture is the world’s largest user of water, a big consumer ofenergy and chemicals and major emitter of greenhouse gases duringproduction. Experts say reducing waste is a simple way to cut stress on theenvironment and can ease pressure on farmers, who will be called on to feed anexpected 9 billion people around the world in 2050, compared with nearly 7billion today.

    No matter how sustainable(可持续的)farming is, if the food’s not getting eaten, it’s not sustainable and it’s nota good use of our resources. In richer nations, fruit and vegetables end up inthe trash because they are not pretty enough to meet companies’ standards, havegone bad in a home refrigerator or aren’t eaten at a restaurant. In developingcountries, much food spoils before it gets to market due to poor roads and lackof refrigeration. High food prices are another reason, since some people can’tafford the food that’s produced.

What is a sustainable and convenient way for a customer in a restaurant?

AOrdering enough and packing the leftovers.

BOrdering more than he or she can eat.

COrdering less and feeling hungry after leaving.

DOrdering more and leaving the untouched alone.

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                                B

    Cleaning your plate may not help feed hungry childrentoday, but the timeworn advice of mothers everywhere may help reduce food wastefrom the farm to the fork, help the environment and make it easier to feed theword’s growing population.

    Hard data still being collected, but experts inChicago said about 30% to 50% of the food produced in the world goes uneaten. Theaverage American throws away 33 pounds of food each month—about$40 worth, which means each person throws away almost 400 pounds of food. TheUS Department of Agriculture says that 23% of eggs and an even higher percentageof produce ends up in the trash.

    “We forget we have all these fresh fruits andvegetables, and at the end of the week we have to throw them away”, said EstherGove, a mother of three young children in South Berwick, Maine. “Now, I don’tbuy as much fresh produce as I used to.”

    But the effect of food waste arrives far beyond thekitchen. Agriculture is the world’s largest user of water, a big consumer ofenergy and chemicals and major emitter of greenhouse gases duringproduction. Experts say reducing waste is a simple way to cut stress on theenvironment and can ease pressure on farmers, who will be called on to feed anexpected 9 billion people around the world in 2050, compared with nearly 7billion today.

    No matter how sustainable(可持续的)farming is, if the food’s not getting eaten, it’s not sustainable and it’s nota good use of our resources. In richer nations, fruit and vegetables end up inthe trash because they are not pretty enough to meet companies’ standards, havegone bad in a home refrigerator or aren’t eaten at a restaurant. In developingcountries, much food spoils before it gets to market due to poor roads and lackof refrigeration. High food prices are another reason, since some people can’tafford the food that’s produced.

Which of the following topics will follow the text?

AMore examples of food waste.

BExperts’ idea on the environment.

CWays to reduce food waste.

DAdvice for food with high prices.

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                                C

    The term“helicopter parents”refersto“a style of parents who are over focused on theirchildren”

    Helicopter parents are always making a big push toprovide children with every opportunity to succeed,frombaby steps at age 1,homework at age 8,collegeapplication at age 18,employment issues at age 25 to familyproblems at age 30,40 or even older.Theyconstantly shadow the child,always directing his behavior,allowinghim zero alone time.

    Helicopter parenting can develop for a number ofreasons.Worries about the economy,thejob market,and the world in general can push parents towardtaking more control over their child’s life in an attempt toprotect them.Adults who felt unloved or ignored as children canovercompensate with their own children.When parents see otheroverinvolved parents,it can cause a similar response.Theyfeel that if they don’t involve themselves in their children’s lives,theyare bad parents.

    The main problem with helicopter parenting is that itcan backfire.To give an example,the house where Mary livedwith roommates was broken into and things were stolen.Marycalled the landlord(房东)to install an alarm system,butbefore she could finish the negotiations(协商),hermother rushed in and demanded action.“I felt like my mother ruinedmy communication with our landlord.We could have gotten it doneourselves.She was well intended but only made me feel annoyedand defeated,”says Mary.

    Obviously,over parenting is motivatedwith the idea of doing good things but it does the    exact opposite.Inthe long run parents are actually damaging their child’sbasic skills to deal    with mattersindependently.It makes the child feel lacking in confidence,lesscompetent in    dealing with the stressesof life on their own.They’re winning the battle,butactually losing the war.

What’s the purpose of helicopter parents’ over parenting?

ATo do something good for their children.

BTo make their children not ignored.

CTo help their children find a good job.

DTo get rid of the pressure from other parents.

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                                C

    The term“helicopter parents”refersto“a style of parents who are over focused on theirchildren”

    Helicopter parents are always making a big push toprovide children with every opportunity to succeed,frombaby steps at age 1,homework at age 8,collegeapplication at age 18,employment issues at age 25 to familyproblems at age 30,40 or even older.Theyconstantly shadow the child,always directing his behavior,allowinghim zero alone time.

    Helicopter parenting can develop for a number ofreasons.Worries about the economy,thejob market,and the world in general can push parents towardtaking more control over their child’s life in an attempt toprotect them.Adults who felt unloved or ignored as children canovercompensate with their own children.When parents see otheroverinvolved parents,it can cause a similar response.Theyfeel that if they don’t involve themselves in their children’s lives,theyare bad parents.

    The main problem with helicopter parenting is that itcan backfire.To give an example,the house where Mary livedwith roommates was broken into and things were stolen.Marycalled the landlord(房东)to install an alarm system,butbefore she could finish the negotiations(协商),hermother rushed in and demanded action.“I felt like my mother ruinedmy communication with our landlord.We could have gotten it doneourselves.She was well intended but only made me feel annoyedand defeated,”says Mary.

    Obviously,over parenting is motivatedwith the idea of doing good things but it does the    exact opposite.Inthe long run parents are actually damaging their child’sbasic skills to deal    with mattersindependently.It makes the child feel lacking in confidence,lesscompetent in    dealing with the stressesof life on their own.They’re winning the battle,butactually losing the war.

What can we learn from the passage?

AChildren who have helicopter parents live a hard life.

BHelicopter parenting only happens to very young children.

CHelicopter parents can protect their children against all problems.

DHelicopter parents do their children great harm in the long run.

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                                C

    The term“helicopter parents”refersto“a style of parents who are over focused on theirchildren”

    Helicopter parents are always making a big push toprovide children with every opportunity to succeed,frombaby steps at age 1,homework at age 8,collegeapplication at age 18,employment issues at age 25 to familyproblems at age 30,40 or even older.Theyconstantly shadow the child,always directing his behavior,allowinghim zero alone time.

    Helicopter parenting can develop for a number ofreasons.Worries about the economy,thejob market,and the world in general can push parents towardtaking more control over their child’s life in an attempt toprotect them.Adults who felt unloved or ignored as children canovercompensate with their own children.When parents see otheroverinvolved parents,it can cause a similar response.Theyfeel that if they don’t involve themselves in their children’s lives,theyare bad parents.

    The main problem with helicopter parenting is that itcan backfire.To give an example,the house where Mary livedwith roommates was broken into and things were stolen.Marycalled the landlord(房东)to install an alarm system,butbefore she could finish the negotiations(协商),hermother rushed in and demanded action.“I felt like my mother ruinedmy communication with our landlord.We could have gotten it doneourselves.She was well intended but only made me feel annoyedand defeated,”says Mary.

    Obviously,over parenting is motivatedwith the idea of doing good things but it does the    exact opposite.Inthe long run parents are actually damaging their child’sbasic skills to deal    with mattersindependently.It makes the child feel lacking in confidence,lesscompetent in    dealing with the stressesof life on their own.They’re winning the battle,butactually losing the war.

What will possibly be discussed in the paragraph that follows?

AThe bad effects of helicopter parenting.

BHow we can avoid being helicopter parents.

CDifferent opinions about helicopter parenting.

DThe reasons for the development of helicopter parents.

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                                C

    The term“helicopter parents”refersto“a style of parents who are over focused on theirchildren”

    Helicopter parents are always making a big push toprovide children with every opportunity to succeed,frombaby steps at age 1,homework at age 8,collegeapplication at age 18,employment issues at age 25 to familyproblems at age 30,40 or even older.Theyconstantly shadow the child,always directing his behavior,allowinghim zero alone time.

    Helicopter parenting can develop for a number ofreasons.Worries about the economy,thejob market,and the world in general can push parents towardtaking more control over their child’s life in an attempt toprotect them.Adults who felt unloved or ignored as children canovercompensate with their own children.When parents see otheroverinvolved parents,it can cause a similar response.Theyfeel that if they don’t involve themselves in their children’s lives,theyare bad parents.

    The main problem with helicopter parenting is that itcan backfire.To give an example,the house where Mary livedwith roommates was broken into and things were stolen.Marycalled the landlord(房东)to install an alarm system,butbefore she could finish the negotiations(协商),hermother rushed in and demanded action.“I felt like my mother ruinedmy communication with our landlord.We could have gotten it doneourselves.She was well intended but only made me feel annoyedand defeated,”says Mary.

    Obviously,over parenting is motivatedwith the idea of doing good things but it does the    exact opposite.Inthe long run parents are actually damaging their child’sbasic skills to deal    with mattersindependently.It makes the child feel lacking in confidence,lesscompetent in    dealing with the stressesof life on their own.They’re winning the battle,butactually losing the war.

What is the author’s attitude towards“helicopter parenting”?

AUninterested.

BObjective.

CPositive.

DDisapproving.

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                                D

    Are you a social media addict? Are you always checkingyour smartphone to see how many 'likes' you've received for your latest post?Maybe you feel comforted by the notification sound that someone has sent you amessage?

    Don't worry, you're not alone. We check our phones anaverage of 150 times a day, and around 30% of the total time spent online isdedicated to social media. Some experts now fear this habit could be damagingour mental health.

    This is something particularly afflicting(使受苦)young adults, according to a study from the University of Pittsburgh. It foundthe more they used social media, the more likely they are to be depressed. Intests, those people who checked social media frequently were 2.7 times morelikely to be depressed compared to those who spent most of their time generallysurfing the internet, who had just 1.7 times the risk.”

    Some of us certainly feel sad when we're ignored onsocial media sites, or when we see someone else having a better time than us.But depression is a more serious condition and clinical psychologist, AbigaelSan, recently told the BBC that, "It’s a real issue, and it’sbeen getting significantly worse over the last 5-6 years. You can get so hooked(上瘾的)that it takes you away from your real relationships." However, Abigaeldoes admit that social media is more likely to exacerbate(使恶化)pre-existing(既往病史) issues than directly cause them.

    Other research by Glasgow University found thatteenagers are affected by the 24-hour demands of their social media accounts.It found that those with higher levels of emotional investment in social media,and who use it at night, were more likely to feel depressed and anxious.

    Despite these warning signs, why do some of uscontinue to keep clicking? Well, I suppose we all want to be liked and we don'twant to miss out on a conversation that's taking place online. But we need toknow when to switch off our virtual(虚拟的) online world and connect withthe real world instead.

Who is more likely to be depressed according to the study?

APeople checking social media frequently.

BPeople surfing the Internet regularly.

CPeople receiving a few “likes” for their posts.

DPeople longing for more messages.

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                                D

    Are you a social media addict? Are you always checkingyour smartphone to see how many 'likes' you've received for your latest post?Maybe you feel comforted by the notification sound that someone has sent you amessage?

    Don't worry, you're not alone. We check our phones anaverage of 150 times a day, and around 30% of the total time spent online isdedicated to social media. Some experts now fear this habit could be damagingour mental health.

    This is something particularly afflicting(使受苦)young adults, according to a study from the University of Pittsburgh. It foundthe more they used social media, the more likely they are to be depressed. Intests, those people who checked social media frequently were 2.7 times morelikely to be depressed compared to those who spent most of their time generallysurfing the internet, who had just 1.7 times the risk.”

    Some of us certainly feel sad when we're ignored onsocial media sites, or when we see someone else having a better time than us.But depression is a more serious condition and clinical psychologist, AbigaelSan, recently told the BBC that, "It’s a real issue, and it’sbeen getting significantly worse over the last 5-6 years. You can get so hooked(上瘾的)that it takes you away from your real relationships." However, Abigaeldoes admit that social media is more likely to exacerbate(使恶化)pre-existing(既往病史) issues than directly cause them.

    Other research by Glasgow University found thatteenagers are affected by the 24-hour demands of their social media accounts.It found that those with higher levels of emotional investment in social media,and who use it at night, were more likely to feel depressed and anxious.

    Despite these warning signs, why do some of uscontinue to keep clicking? Well, I suppose we all want to be liked and we don'twant to miss out on a conversation that's taking place online. But we need toknow when to switch off our virtual(虚拟的) online world and connect withthe real world instead.

Why does the author give a quote from Abigael San in Para.4?

ATo introduce the coming topic.

BTo give a more supporting example.

CTo stress the importance of social media.

DTo explain the cause of a social media addict.

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                                D

    Are you a social media addict? Are you always checkingyour smartphone to see how many 'likes' you've received for your latest post?Maybe you feel comforted by the notification sound that someone has sent you amessage?

    Don't worry, you're not alone. We check our phones anaverage of 150 times a day, and around 30% of the total time spent online isdedicated to social media. Some experts now fear this habit could be damagingour mental health.

    This is something particularly afflicting(使受苦)young adults, according to a study from the University of Pittsburgh. It foundthe more they used social media, the more likely they are to be depressed. Intests, those people who checked social media frequently were 2.7 times morelikely to be depressed compared to those who spent most of their time generallysurfing the internet, who had just 1.7 times the risk.”

    Some of us certainly feel sad when we're ignored onsocial media sites, or when we see someone else having a better time than us.But depression is a more serious condition and clinical psychologist, AbigaelSan, recently told the BBC that, "It’s a real issue, and it’sbeen getting significantly worse over the last 5-6 years. You can get so hooked(上瘾的)that it takes you away from your real relationships." However, Abigaeldoes admit that social media is more likely to exacerbate(使恶化)pre-existing(既往病史) issues than directly cause them.

    Other research by Glasgow University found thatteenagers are affected by the 24-hour demands of their social media accounts.It found that those with higher levels of emotional investment in social media,and who use it at night, were more likely to feel depressed and anxious.

    Despite these warning signs, why do some of uscontinue to keep clicking? Well, I suppose we all want to be liked and we don'twant to miss out on a conversation that's taking place online. But we need toknow when to switch off our virtual(虚拟的) online world and connect withthe real world instead.

Why do people get addicted to social media according to the author?

ABecause they have more time and money.

BBecause the virtual world is much more attractive.

CBecause they want to attract more attention.

DBecause emotional investment in social media benefits them.

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                                D

    Are you a social media addict? Are you always checkingyour smartphone to see how many 'likes' you've received for your latest post?Maybe you feel comforted by the notification sound that someone has sent you amessage?

    Don't worry, you're not alone. We check our phones anaverage of 150 times a day, and around 30% of the total time spent online isdedicated to social media. Some experts now fear this habit could be damagingour mental health.

    This is something particularly afflicting(使受苦)young adults, according to a study from the University of Pittsburgh. It foundthe more they used social media, the more likely they are to be depressed. Intests, those people who checked social media frequently were 2.7 times morelikely to be depressed compared to those who spent most of their time generallysurfing the internet, who had just 1.7 times the risk.”

    Some of us certainly feel sad when we're ignored onsocial media sites, or when we see someone else having a better time than us.But depression is a more serious condition and clinical psychologist, AbigaelSan, recently told the BBC that, "It’s a real issue, and it’sbeen getting significantly worse over the last 5-6 years. You can get so hooked(上瘾的)that it takes you away from your real relationships." However, Abigaeldoes admit that social media is more likely to exacerbate(使恶化)pre-existing(既往病史) issues than directly cause them.

    Other research by Glasgow University found thatteenagers are affected by the 24-hour demands of their social media accounts.It found that those with higher levels of emotional investment in social media,and who use it at night, were more likely to feel depressed and anxious.

    Despite these warning signs, why do some of uscontinue to keep clicking? Well, I suppose we all want to be liked and we don'twant to miss out on a conversation that's taking place online. But we need toknow when to switch off our virtual(虚拟的) online world and connect withthe real world instead.

What’s the passage mainly about?

AIt’s common for teenagers to be a social addict.

BUsing smartphones does harm to people’s health.

CIt’s better to stay away from virtual online world.

DSocial media addiction contributes to depression.

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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。选项中有构项为多余选项。

    There are many ways to fame. Whateveryour own recipe (秘诀) is, if you want to makeit really big, don’t follow in anyone else’s footprints.    36   .

    1. Do something unusual

    Celebrity(成名, 名人)is all about standing out from the crowd.  37      Charles Blondin started it all off 150 yearsago. He walked a tightrope(钢丝) across the Niagara Fallsto the American side, in front of over 10,000 breathless viewers. After hissuccess, Blondin crossed the Falls many more times in a variety of ways: inchains, on a bicycle, and once, blindfolded.

    2. Discover something

    The bad news is that there are nocountries left to discover. The good news is that in the rainforest of Brazil,there are about three million unnamed types of beetle. One of them could beyours.    38    Thoughno one will enjoy hearing your name, you will be famous at least until someonecomes along and discovers a cure.

    3. Appear on reality TV

      39    The growth of “reality TV” shows like BigBrother which star ordinary people, means that anyone can possibly become astar.    40     Whilethe show is being broadcast, you’re the biggest star on earth, but once it isover, your glamour disappears, and the life of being a nobody is waiting roundthe corner.

    A. They bring you fame at the speed of light, but itfades just as fast.

    B. What will make someone remember you?

    C. Or discover a deadly disease and give it your name.

    D. What really counts is to explore a unique path.

    E. There have never been more chances for “regular”people to become famous.

    F. Do something out of the ordinary and you’ll getyour piece of fame.

    G. Try attending an event that addresses something you don’t know muchabout.

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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,选出可以填人空白处的最佳选项.

    A lovely little girl was holding two apples with bothhands. Her mum came in and    41   asked her little daughter with a smile, “Mysweetie, could you give your mum one of your two apples?” The girl looked   42   at her mum for some seconds, then she suddenlytook a quick  43   onone apple, and then quickly on the other. The mum felt the smile on her face   44 . She tried hard not to show her 45 . Then the little girl handed one ofher  46   apples to her mum, and said, “Mummy, here youare. This is the  47one.”

    No matter who you are, how experienced you are, andhow knowledgeable you think you are, always 48  judgment. Give others theprivilege to   49 themselves. What you see may not be the  50  . Never conclude for others, which is whywe should never only  51   thesurface and judge others without understanding them    52  .

    Those who like to pay the bill, do so not because theyare loaded, but because they value   53   abovemoney. Those who  54 first after a fight, do so not because they are wrong but becausethey value the people around them. Those who often text you, do so not becausethey have 55  better to do butbecause you are in their heart.  

    One day, all of us will get   56   from each other; we will miss ourconversations of everything and nothing, the   57  that we had. Days will pass by, months, years, 58  this contact becomes rare... One day ourchildren will see our   59    and ask “Who are these people?” And we willsmile with invisible tears because a heart is touched with a strong word andyou will say, “   60   WASTHEM THAT I HAD THE BEST DAYS OF MY LIFE WITH!”

41. 

    A. softly                

    B. quickly                   

    C. curiously                

    D. sadly

42. 

    A. down                

    B. up                           

    C. out                          

    D. around

43. 

    A. look                  

    B. bite                         

    C. taste                        

    D. try

44. 

    A. remain                     

    B. rise              

    C. freeze                       

    D. speed

45. 

    A. satisfaction              

    B.confusion        

    C. amusement              

    D.disappointment

46. 

    A. rotten                

    B. bitten                      

    C. split                        

    D. deserted           

47. 

    A. juicer                

    B. bigger                     

    C.fresher                    

    D. sweeter

48. 

    A. offer                 

    B. stop                        

    C. delay                      

    D. pass

49. 

    A. criticize            

    B.introduce                

    C. reflect                     

    D. explain

50. 

    A. reality        

    B. purpose                   

    C. attempt                   

    D. result

51. 

    A. focus on           

    B.hold up                   

    C. work out                 

    D. give up

52. 

    A. wrong               

    B. last                         

    C. first                        

    D. little

53. 

    A. material            

    B.friendship               

    C. bill                          

    D.surface

54. 

    A. apologize          

    B.suffer                            

    C. survive                   

    D. sacrifice

55. 

    A. something         

    B.anything                 

    C. everything                     

    D. nothing

56. 

    A. lost                   

    B. retired                     

    C. separated                

    D. divorced

57. 

    A. dreams           

    B. argument                

    C. talks                       

    D. contradiction

58. 

    A. when                

    B. until                        

    C. though                    

    D.after

59. 

    A. articles              

    B.stories                     

    C. pictures                  

    D. telephones

60. 

    A. WHAT              

    B.SUCH                     

    C. THAT                     

    D. IT

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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,在空白处填入适当的内容(1个单词)或括号内单词的正确形式。

    An old proverb says, “Friends are like wine; the older, the better.” So, nowadays many people consider older friends to be    61   (important) than new friends. For example, if two pieces of advice   62  (give) to solve a problem, one from a new friend and the other from   63    old friend, people always tend to adapt the latter one, although the new friend’s advice may be better.

       64   (disagree) with the old proverb, I believe that new friends are not   65    (necessary) worse than old friends. Why? Because the   66   (long) of time can not determine whether your friendship is better or not.

    Once you call someone friend, he must be a reliable person,  67   interests are in common with   68   (you). As time goes by, a friend’s outside look may change, but the inside characters   69   him and his interests will not change. It is just these unchangeable characters and interests     70     make him a friend to you. Thus, on this point, there is no difference between old and new friends.

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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,每句最多有两处,每处错误仅涉及一个单词的增加、删除或修改。

    增加:在缺词处加一个漏字符号(∧),并在其下面写出该加的词。

    删除:把多余的词用斜线(\) 划掉。

    修改:在错的词下划一横线,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。

        Every high school student wants to get into famous universities and they spend most of their time review lessons. Nowadays, many graduates find hard to be admitted to famous universities. To be honest, only the small number of students can get so golden chances. Therefore, I have a strong desire to enter for Beijing University to study. To make my dream come true, I have to know my strength and weaknesses. Besides, I must work hard or put all my time and energy into study. Most important, I must arrange my time properly. I was approaching my dream university with every effort.

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第二节 书面表达(满分25分)

    假定你是李华,你的美国朋友Tom最近在某电视台(TV station)举办的汉语演讲比赛中获得第一名,他的努力和决心给了你重要的人生启迪。请写信向他表示祝贺与感谢。

注意:1词数100 左右;

        2可以适当增加细节,以使行文连贯;

        3格式已给出,不计入总词数。

Dear Tom,

________________________________________________________________________

                                                Yours,

                                                Li Hua

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