• 英语 衡水市2018年高三河北省第一次模拟试题
单选题 本大题共15小题,每小题2分,共30分。在每小题给出的4个选项中,有且只有一项是符合题目要求。
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第一节  (共15小题;每小题2分,满分30分)

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

                                  A

    We know that prescription drugs can be costly and we’re here to help.Over 60,000 independent and major retail pharmacies(零售药房)nationwide accept the Simple Savings Card.Find one near you.

    Because of our size and relationships within the pharmaceutical industry,we are able to negotiate lower prices on your behalf.We get paid by the pharmaceutical companies when you use your card.

    Please note that you cannot use both your insurance card and the Simple Savings Card at the same time.If you have an insurance plan that covers the prescription you are purchasing,we recommend you use your insurance plan first.If you don’t have insurance or if the drug you are purchasing is not covered by your insurance plan,you can use your Simple Savings Card.

    You are just steps away from unlocking great savings on your prescription drugs.Simply complete the form to obtain your FREE Simple Savings Card.Or,you may request a card by phone.To speak to one of our helpful team members,call us at 800-451-0133.

The details given on this form mainly tell us__________.

Ahow the Card works

Bhow the Card discounts

Chow the Card can be free

Dhow the Card is purchased

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                                 A

    We know that prescription drugs can be costly and we’re here to help.Over 60,000 independent and major retail pharmacies(零售药房)nationwide accept the Simple Savings Card.Find one near you.

    Because of our size and relationships within the pharmaceutical industry,we are able to negotiate lower prices on your behalf.We get paid by the pharmaceutical companies when you use your card.

    Please note that you cannot use both your insurance card and the Simple Savings Card at the same time.If you have an insurance plan that covers the prescription you are purchasing,we recommend you use your insurance plan first.If you don’t have insurance or if the drug you are purchasing is not covered by your insurance plan,you can use your Simple Savings Card.

    You are just steps away from unlocking great savings on your prescription drugs.Simply complete the form to obtain your FREE Simple Savings Card.Or,you may request a card by phone.To speak to one of our helpful team members,call us at 800-451-0133.

Which of the following i8 advised to use the Card?

AThe one who has no insurance plan.

BThe one who can find pharmacies near him.

CThe one who has a wide insurance coverage.

DThe one who wants to use the card with his insurance.

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                                A

    We know that prescription drugs can be costly and we’re here to help.Over 60,000 independent and major retail pharmacies(零售药房)nationwide accept the Simple Savings Card.Find one near you.

    Because of our size and relationships within the pharmaceutical industry,we are able to negotiate lower prices on your behalf.We get paid by the pharmaceutical companies when you use your card.

    Please note that you cannot use both your insurance card and the Simple Savings Card at the same time.If you have an insurance plan that covers the prescription you are purchasing,we recommend you use your insurance plan first.If you don’t have insurance or if the drug you are purchasing is not covered by your insurance plan,you can use your Simple Savings Card.

    You are just steps away from unlocking great savings on your prescription drugs.Simply complete the form to obtain your FREE Simple Savings Card.Or,you may request a card by phone.To speak to one of our helpful team members,call us at 800-451-0133.

Which is true about the Simple Savings Card?

AIt is health insurance.

BIt is a discount program.

CIt can be used with insurance card.

DIt is accepted in hospitals.

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                                B

    Donald John Trump(born in June 14,1946),is an American businessman and politician who became the President-elect of the United States on November 8,2016.Since 1971 he has chaired The Trump Organization,the principal holding company for his real estate ventures and other business interests.During his business career,Trump has built office towers,hotels,casinos,golf courses,and other branded facilities worldwide.

    Trump was born and raised in New York City and received a bachelor’s degree in economics from the Wharton Schoo1 of the University of Pennsylvania in 1968.In 1971,he was given control of his father Fred Trump’s real estate and construction firm.Trump has appeared at the Miss USA pageants,which he owned from 1996 to 2015,and has made cameo appearances in films and television series.

    Trump and his businesses,as well as his three marriages,have received prominent media exposure.He hosted a popular NBC reality show,The Apprentice,from 2004 to 2015.As of 2016,he was listed by Forbes as the 324th wealthiest person in the world,and 156th in the United States,with a net worth of $3.7 billion in October 2016.

    Trump first campaigned for the U.S.presidency in 2000,winning two Reform Party primaries.On June 16,2015,Trump again announced his candidacy for president,this time as a Republican.Trump became known for his opposition to illegal immigration and free trade agreements,as well as his frequently non-interventionist views on foreign policy,and quickly emerged as the Republican nomination front-runner.As of March 23,2016,Trump has won 21 contests in the 2016 Republican presidential primaries.

    He was elected as the 45th U.S.president in the 2016 election on the Republican ticket,defeating Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton,and took office on January 20,201 7.At 70 years old,he is the oldest person to ever assume the presidency.

This passage is mostly probably taken from__________.

Aa story book

Ba biography book

Ca science book

Dan advertisement

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                                B

    Donald John Trump(born in June 14,1946),is an American businessman and politician who became the President-elect of the United States on November 8,2016.Since 1971 he has chaired The Trump Organization,the principal holding company for his real estate ventures and other business interests.During his business career,Trump has built office towers,hotels,casinos,golf courses,and other branded facilities worldwide.

    Trump was born and raised in New York City and received a bachelor’s degree in economics from the Wharton Schoo1 of the University of Pennsylvania in 1968.In 1971,he was given control of his father Fred Trump’s real estate and construction firm.Trump has appeared at the Miss USA pageants,which he owned from 1996 to 2015,and has made cameo appearances in films and television series.

    Trump and his businesses,as well as his three marriages,have received prominent media exposure.He hosted a popular NBC reality show,The Apprentice,from 2004 to 2015.As of 2016,he was listed by Forbes as the 324th wealthiest person in the world,and 156th in the United States,with a net worth of $3.7 billion in October 2016.

    Trump first campaigned for the U.S.presidency in 2000,winning two Reform Party primaries.On June 16,2015,Trump again announced his candidacy for president,this time as a Republican.Trump became known for his opposition to illegal immigration and free trade agreements,as well as his frequently non-interventionist views on foreign policy,and quickly emerged as the Republican nomination front-runner.As of March 23,2016,Trump has won 21 contests in the 2016 Republican presidential primaries.

    He was elected as the 45th U.S.president in the 2016 election on the Republican ticket,defeating Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton,and took office on January 20,201 7.At 70 years old,he is the oldest person to ever assume the presidency.

Where is Donald Trump’s hometown?

ALondon.

BParis.

CNew York.

DBeijing.

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                                B

    Donald John Trump(born in June 14,1946),is an American businessman and politician who became the President-elect of the United States on November 8,2016.Since 1971 he has chaired The Trump Organization,the principal holding company for his real estate ventures and other business interests.During his business career,Trump has built office towers,hotels,casinos,golf courses,and other branded facilities worldwide.

    Trump was born and raised in New York City and received a bachelor’s degree in economics from the Wharton Schoo1 of the University of Pennsylvania in 1968.In 1971,he was given control of his father Fred Trump’s real estate and construction firm.Trump has appeared at the Miss USA pageants,which he owned from 1996 to 2015,and has made cameo appearances in films and television series.

    Trump and his businesses,as well as his three marriages,have received prominent media exposure.He hosted a popular NBC reality show,The Apprentice,from 2004 to 2015.As of 2016,he was listed by Forbes as the 324th wealthiest person in the world,and 156th in the United States,with a net worth of $3.7 billion in October 2016.

    Trump first campaigned for the U.S.presidency in 2000,winning two Reform Party primaries.On June 16,2015,Trump again announced his candidacy for president,this time as a Republican.Trump became known for his opposition to illegal immigration and free trade agreements,as well as his frequently non-interventionist views on foreign policy,and quickly emerged as the Republican nomination front-runner.As of March 23,2016,Trump has won 21 contests in the 2016 Republican presidential primaries.

    He was elected as the 45th U.S.president in the 2016 election on the Republican ticket,defeating Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton,and took office on January 20,201 7.At 70 years old,he is the oldest person to ever assume the presidency.

From the passage,we can know that Donald Trump was________.

Awealthy and Successful

Bintelligent but mean

Cgood-tempered and tolerant

Dforgetful and sensitive

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                                B

    Donald John Trump(born in June 14,1946),is an American businessman and politician who became the President-elect of the United States on November 8,2016.Since 1971 he has chaired The Trump Organization,the principal holding company for his real estate ventures and other business interests.During his business career,Trump has built office towers,hotels,casinos,golf courses,and other branded facilities worldwide.

    Trump was born and raised in New York City and received a bachelor’s degree in economics from the Wharton Schoo1 of the University of Pennsylvania in 1968.In 1971,he was given control of his father Fred Trump’s real estate and construction firm.Trump has appeared at the Miss USA pageants,which he owned from 1996 to 2015,and has made cameo appearances in films and television series.

    Trump and his businesses,as well as his three marriages,have received prominent media exposure.He hosted a popular NBC reality show,The Apprentice,from 2004 to 2015.As of 2016,he was listed by Forbes as the 324th wealthiest person in the world,and 156th in the United States,with a net worth of $3.7 billion in October 2016.

    Trump first campaigned for the U.S.presidency in 2000,winning two Reform Party primaries.On June 16,2015,Trump again announced his candidacy for president,this time as a Republican.Trump became known for his opposition to illegal immigration and free trade agreements,as well as his frequently non-interventionist views on foreign policy,and quickly emerged as the Republican nomination front-runner.As of March 23,2016,Trump has won 21 contests in the 2016 Republican presidential primaries.

    He was elected as the 45th U.S.president in the 2016 election on the Republican ticket,defeating Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton,and took office on January 20,201 7.At 70 years old,he is the oldest person to ever assume the presidency.

We can 1earn from the passage that_________.

ADonald Trump is only successful in business field

BDonald Trump was born in a poor family

CDonald Trump is in favor of illegal immigration

DDonald Trump is the oldest president of the United States

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                                C

    It is reported that in the near future robots and humans will probably work together to create jazz.A singing robot is being taught to create jazz with human being in a project.

    Antonio Chella from Italy is working with a Telenoid robot.To start with,the Telenoid will be trained to imitate(模仿)the movements and simple sounds made by a human singer,and then connect music with different human emotions.

    Previous robots had the ability to find common connections between things.But Chella suggests that a conscious robot should be able to go a step further and find new connections.The Telenoid is of this kind.“This work raises interesting questions about the connection between consciousness and music creating,”says Philippe Pasquier.A musician needs a physical body.

    Pasquier argues that the robot musician is faced with a big challenge.“Its software has already been developed and it can imitate The Beatles,a famous band.However,what made The Beatles famous were not only their songs but their wonderful performance of the songs,”he says.

    It is not clear how a robot would perform music in a new way.But by imitating humans,the Telenoid robot could provide some useful information.What is important is that human musicians often listen to and compare music made by others for a long time before creating music of their own.So the Telenoid robot had better listen to more jazz music first.

What will the Telenoid robot be taught to do first?

ACommunicate with human beings.

BConnect music with human emotions.

CLive and work comfortably with human beings.

DImitate the movements and simple sounds of a human singer.

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                                C

    It is reported that in the near future robots and humans will probably work together to create jazz.A singing robot is being taught to create jazz with human being in a project.

    Antonio Chella from Italy is working with a Telenoid robot.To start with,the Telenoid will be trained to imitate(模仿)the movements and simple sounds made by a human singer,and then connect music with different human emotions.

    Previous robots had the ability to find common connections between things.But Chella suggests that a conscious robot should be able to go a step further and find new connections.The Telenoid is of this kind.“This work raises interesting questions about the connection between consciousness and music creating,”says Philippe Pasquier.A musician needs a physical body.

    Pasquier argues that the robot musician is faced with a big challenge.“Its software has already been developed and it can imitate The Beatles,a famous band.However,what made The Beatles famous were not only their songs but their wonderful performance of the songs,”he says.

    It is not clear how a robot would perform music in a new way.But by imitating humans,the Telenoid robot could provide some useful information.What is important is that human musicians often listen to and compare music made by others for a long time before creating music of their own.So the Telenoid robot had better listen to more jazz music first.

In Pasquier’s opinion,the Telenoid robot________.

Awill replace human musicians soon

Bmay have trouble performing music

Cwill become more popular than The Beatles

Dcan find connections between things that humans cannot find

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                                C

    It is reported that in the near future robots and humans will probably work together to create jazz.A singing robot is being taught to create jazz with human being in a project.

    Antonio Chella from Italy is working with a Telenoid robot.To start with,the Telenoid will be trained to imitate(模仿)the movements and simple sounds made by a human singer,and then connect music with different human emotions.

    Previous robots had the ability to find common connections between things.But Chella suggests that a conscious robot should be able to go a step further and find new connections.The Telenoid is of this kind.“This work raises interesting questions about the connection between consciousness and music creating,”says Philippe Pasquier.A musician needs a physical body.

    Pasquier argues that the robot musician is faced with a big challenge.“Its software has already been developed and it can imitate The Beatles,a famous band.However,what made The Beatles famous were not only their songs but their wonderful performance of the songs,”he says.

    It is not clear how a robot would perform music in a new way.But by imitating humans,the Telenoid robot could provide some useful information.What is important is that human musicians often listen to and compare music made by others for a long time before creating music of their own.So the Telenoid robot had better listen to more jazz music first.

Which of the following could be the best title of the passage?

AThe Telenoid,future robot musician.

BHow to teach robots to perform music.

CThe right music the robots should listen to.

DDifferences between a human singer and a robot musician.

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                                C

    It is reported that in the near future robots and humans will probably work together to create jazz.A singing robot is being taught to create jazz with human being in a project.

    Antonio Chella from Italy is working with a Telenoid robot.To start with,the Telenoid will be trained to imitate(模仿)the movements and simple sounds made by a human singer,and then connect music with different human emotions.

    Previous robots had the ability to find common connections between things.But Chella suggests that a conscious robot should be able to go a step further and find new connections.The Telenoid is of this kind.“This work raises interesting questions about the connection between consciousness and music creating,”says Philippe Pasquier.A musician needs a physical body.

    Pasquier argues that the robot musician is faced with a big challenge.“Its software has already been developed and it can imitate The Beatles,a famous band.However,what made The Beatles famous were not only their songs but their wonderful performance of the songs,”he says.

    It is not clear how a robot would perform music in a new way.But by imitating humans,the Telenoid robot could provide some useful information.What is important is that human musicians often listen to and compare music made by others for a long time before creating music of their own.So the Telenoid robot had better listen to more jazz music first.

In which part of a newspaper would we most probably read this passage?

AArts.

BEntertainment.

CScience.

DEducation.

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                                D

    I am reading a novel at the moment,a story set in Britain and India in the 19th century.It was written by an Indian author who now lives in Denmark,but neither in the language of Hindi nor Danish.Although the paperback edition I’m holding was published in New Delhi,India,four years ago,I(an American)purchased it recently from a second-hand bookshop in Tokyo,Japan.

    That’s quite a history already.But there’s more.

    The novel is a tale of various mysteries,all expertly put into a well-structured story by a very,skillful author.Yet my particular copy presents even more mysteries than the tale.

    One summer morning in the year of my paperback’s publication—on July 15,2012—someone else was reading it while eating breakfast in a restaurant in Mumbai,India.

    I know this because I found a receipt(收据)of coffee and bread inside.I also know that this person was not the owner of the paperback immediately before me.

    In fact,the owner before me was not Indian at all,but Japanese.

    I know this because in the book there are handwritten notes in Japanese—translations of English words which the reader was unfamiliar.Japanese being a language of characters,not letter,it is not easy to determine if the note writer was a man or a woman.But the care taken to write the translations neatly in the limited spaces available on each page bespeaks a woman’s hand.

    So let us agree that it is a woman.What can we say of her? Well educated,obviously,and probably a university student,who would keep a dictionary at hand while reading a novel.

    But why did she suddenly stop reading? The last translation in my paperback appears on Page 83,less than a third of the way through the novel.Did she give up because the book was proving too difficult? Or was there some other reason?

    Many a novel presents mysteries,all of which are solved by the end of the tale.The mysteries presented by my little paperback,however,remain mysteries,all expertly put into a well-structured story,not by a skillful writer,but this time by the numberless vagaries(变幻莫测)of life itself.

What can we learn about the novel?

AIt is well written.

BIt is about a world trip.

CIt was written in an American restaurant.

DIt was first published in the 19th century.

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                                D

    I am reading a novel at the moment,a story set in Britain and India in the 19th century.It was written by an Indian author who now lives in Denmark,but neither in the language of Hindi nor Danish.Although the paperback edition I’m holding was published in New Delhi,India,four years ago,I(an American)purchased it recently from a second-hand bookshop in Tokyo,Japan.

    That’s quite a history already.But there’s more.

    The novel is a tale of various mysteries,all expertly put into a well-structured story by a very,skillful author.Yet my particular copy presents even more mysteries than the tale.

    One summer morning in the year of my paperback’s publication—on July 15,2012—someone else was reading it while eating breakfast in a restaurant in Mumbai,India.

    I know this because I found a receipt(收据)of coffee and bread inside.I also know that this person was not the owner of the paperback immediately before me.

    In fact,the owner before me was not Indian at all,but Japanese.

    I know this because in the book there are handwritten notes in Japanese—translations of English words which the reader was unfamiliar.Japanese being a language of characters,not letter,it is not easy to determine if the note writer was a man or a woman.But the care taken to write the translations neatly in the limited spaces available on each page bespeaks a woman’s hand.

    So let us agree that it is a woman.What can we say of her? Well educated,obviously,and probably a university student,who would keep a dictionary at hand while reading a novel.

    But why did she suddenly stop reading? The last translation in my paperback appears on Page 83,less than a third of the way through the novel.Did she give up because the book was proving too difficult? Or was there some other reason?

    Many a novel presents mysteries,all of which are solved by the end of the tale.The mysteries presented by my little paperback,however,remain mysteries,all expertly put into a well-structured story,not by a skillful writer,but this time by the numberless vagaries(变幻莫测)of life itself.

The author assumes the Japanese owner of the book was a woman based on_______.

Athe pretty handwriting

Bthe food written on the receipt

Cthe good condition of the book

Dthe effort taken in writing the notes

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                                D

    I am reading a novel at the moment,a story set in Britain and India in the 19th century.It was written by an Indian author who now lives in Denmark,but neither in the language of Hindi nor Danish.Although the paperback edition I’m holding was published in New Delhi,India,four years ago,I(an American)purchased it recently from a second-hand bookshop in Tokyo,Japan.

    That’s quite a history already.But there’s more.

    The novel is a tale of various mysteries,all expertly put into a well-structured story by a very,skillful author.Yet my particular copy presents even more mysteries than the tale.

    One summer morning in the year of my paperback’s publication—on July 15,2012—someone else was reading it while eating breakfast in a restaurant in Mumbai,India.

    I know this because I found a receipt(收据)of coffee and bread inside.I also know that this person was not the owner of the paperback immediately before me.

    In fact,the owner before me was not Indian at all,but Japanese.

    I know this because in the book there are handwritten notes in Japanese—translations of English words which the reader was unfamiliar.Japanese being a language of characters,not letter,it is not easy to determine if the note writer was a man or a woman.But the care taken to write the translations neatly in the limited spaces available on each page bespeaks a woman’s hand.

    So let us agree that it is a woman.What can we say of her? Well educated,obviously,and probably a university student,who would keep a dictionary at hand while reading a novel.

    But why did she suddenly stop reading? The last translation in my paperback appears on Page 83,less than a third of the way through the novel.Did she give up because the book was proving too difficult? Or was there some other reason?

    Many a novel presents mysteries,all of which are solved by the end of the tale.The mysteries presented by my little paperback,however,remain mysteries,all expertly put into a well-structured story,not by a skillful writer,but this time by the numberless vagaries(变幻莫测)of life itself.

Which of the following can best describe the author?

AHe is a great reader of historical fiction.

BHe is a hard-working university student.

CHe is a productive writer with sensibility.

DHe is a careful observer with imagination.

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                                D

    I am reading a novel at the moment,a story set in Britain and India in the 19th century.It was written by an Indian author who now lives in Denmark,but neither in the language of Hindi nor Danish.Although the paperback edition I’m holding was published in New Delhi,India,four years ago,I(an American)purchased it recently from a second-hand bookshop in Tokyo,Japan.

    That’s quite a history already.But there’s more.

    The novel is a tale of various mysteries,all expertly put into a well-structured story by a very,skillful author.Yet my particular copy presents even more mysteries than the tale.

    One summer morning in the year of my paperback’s publication—on July 15,2012—someone else was reading it while eating breakfast in a restaurant in Mumbai,India.

    I know this because I found a receipt(收据)of coffee and bread inside.I also know that this person was not the owner of the paperback immediately before me.

    In fact,the owner before me was not Indian at all,but Japanese.

    I know this because in the book there are handwritten notes in Japanese—translations of English words which the reader was unfamiliar.Japanese being a language of characters,not letter,it is not easy to determine if the note writer was a man or a woman.But the care taken to write the translations neatly in the limited spaces available on each page bespeaks a woman’s hand.

    So let us agree that it is a woman.What can we say of her? Well educated,obviously,and probably a university student,who would keep a dictionary at hand while reading a novel.

    But why did she suddenly stop reading? The last translation in my paperback appears on Page 83,less than a third of the way through the novel.Did she give up because the book was proving too difficult? Or was there some other reason?

    Many a novel presents mysteries,all of which are solved by the end of the tale.The mysteries presented by my little paperback,however,remain mysteries,all expertly put into a well-structured story,not by a skillful writer,but this time by the numberless vagaries(变幻莫测)of life itself.

What’s the best title of the text?

AThe Tale of a Paperback

BDifferent Life Experiences

CUnsolved Mysteries of Life

DA Book’s Exciting Adventure

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填空题 本大题共6小题,每小题10分,共60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。

            Choosing the Right Path to Be a“Better”Person

    Life is a constant exercise in self-improvement.In the rush to achieve,the idea of being“better”can become lost sometimes.You may always wonder how to improve yourself and fulfill your dreams in an easier way. 36  

    Explore your talents.

    Everybody has some outstanding skills or interests.So it’s often necessary to be patient and try many things before you find one that suits you.= 37 For example,people loving adventure may not be interested in the quiet chess club,but someone who enjoys other quiet activities might be.Determining who you enjoy being around may help you know what you’11 enjoy.

     38 

    No matter how much money you make.you will not be happy if you spend your entire life doing something you hate.It’s important to at least devote some of your time to what makes you happy.

    If you’re particularly unhappy at your job,consider why. 39 If you feel your job isn’t meaningful,or isn’t in line with your values,consider finding another job.

    Experience something new

    Research has shown that when we’re in our comfort zone,we aren’t as productive as we are when we step just beyond it. 40  Because of that,we may react slowly to our own positive experiences and interactions with others,even when those are little scary.Doing so can help you achieve more.

    A.Do what you love.

    B.Here are some tips for you.

    C.Register in a class you’re interested in.

    D.Humans adapt very quickly to positive events.

    E.It’s possible that some changes may change your feeling.

    F.Similar types of people may be attracted to the same activities.

    G.Try not to allow yourself to focus so much on a certain aspect of your life.

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第一节  (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(A、B、C和D)四个选项中,选出可以填入空白处的最佳选项。

    At primary school in New Zealand,I was introduced to a school savings account run by one of the local banks.When our money box was 41 ,we took it to the bank and watched with 42 as our coins flowed across the counter.As a 43 ,we could choose our next money 44 from a small variety,and start the whole savings 45 again.Every week I watched my parents 46 the housekeeping(家务开支)and“make ends meet”.Sometimes it was 47 to wait for things we really felt we needed.

    Later,as a university student,I 48 on an extremely small student allowance.Students were 49 by banks then,because we were so 50  and there was no way I could have gotten credit,even if I had tried.We 51 our allowance three times each year,put it into a bank to the best advantage and withdrew it little by little to last 52 the next payout of the allowance.

    When our daughter,Sophie,began to walk,we made a purposeful choice to encourage her to use money 53 .We often comment when the TV tells us“You 54 it to yourself to borrow our money”—to whom do we really owe it? And what would happen if our income were 55 or dried up? Now,as a 12-year-old child,it’s almost 56 to see her tight “financial policy”.and wait for the unavoidable holiday sales to buy 57 she wants.

    I agree that 58 education in schools is very important.But the root of the problem 59 with us and the way we behave as role models to those who 60  .

41.

    A.full            

    B.empty        

    C.rare             

    D.valuable

42.

    A.pain            

    B.pride            

    C.mercy         

    D.relief

43.

    A.basis            

    B.result            

    C.respect         

    D.reward

44.

    A.bag            

    B.account        

    C.box             

    D.package

45.

    A.routine        

    B.charge        

    C.competition     

    D.devotion

46.

    A.turn out        

    B.take out        

    C.sort out         

    D.send out

47.

    A.amazing        

    B.annoying        

    C.amusing         

    D.frightening

48.

    A.tried            

    B.studied        

    C.managed         

    D.quitted

49.

    A.earned        

    B.inspected        

    C.employed     

    D.ignored

50.

    A.attractive        

    B.secure        

    C.pitiful         

    D.poor

51.

    A.collected        

    B.donated        

    C.deserved         

    D.solved

52.

    A.after            

    B.until            

    C.unless         

    D.as

53.

    A.personally        

    B.casually        

    C.wisely         

    D.selflessly

54.

    A.own            

    B.owe            

    C.try             

    D.settle

55.

    A.increased        

    B.fixed            

    C.checked         

    D.reduced

56.

    A.embarrassing    

    B.shocking        

    C.amusing         

    D.boring

57. 

    A.that            

    B.where        

    C.which         

    D.what

58.

    A.medical        

    B.academic        

    C.financial         

    D.political

59.

    A.1ies            

    B.1ives            

    C.agrees         

    D.ties

60.

    A.allow            

    B.follow        

    C.admit         

    D.prefer

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第二节  (共10小题,每小题1.5分,满分15分)

    阅读下面短文,在空白处填入1个适当的单词或括号内单词的正确形式。

    Have you ever noticed how hard it can be to find the right words? I have,frequently. And there are times 61 I am certain the right words do not even exist.

    More than once I 62 (call)to a hospital emergency room or to be with a family around the bed of a dying relative. And more than once I’ve been at a loss for words.

    A wise doctor at 63 university teaching hospital once made a comment about comforting those who suffer.Someone asked the doctor what advice he offered his students,the future doctors and nurses,when 64 (care)for mothers who gave birth to stillborn babies.The doctor paused 65 a moment in thought.Then he said,“I tell them that they need two eyes.With one eye they have to check the drip(滴注器).And with the other eye they have to weep.That’s what I tell them.”

    That may be some of the 66 (wise)advice I’ve ever heard.We may not always need to figure out what to say;we really only need two eyes.The words 67 (write)by Emily Dickinson read,“Saying nothing…sometimes says the most.”It says I want to be 68 (full)present with them and walk alongside them,difficult 69 it may be.My presence is something they can draw real 70 (strong)and hope from.

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第一节 词汇运用(共10小题;每小题1分,满分10分)

    根据下列句子所给汉语意思或括号里的单词完成句子,使得句意通顺、语法正确。

71.These_______(apply)can only apply for the position as a secretary.

72.Dolly’s appearance raised a storm of ______(object).

73.Heavy smoking makes him______(breath).

74.Charlie’s been______(ban)from driving for a year.

75.Are you_______(shame)of yourself for having lied?

76.She found it difficult to establish a new______(常规、程序)after retirement.

77.Olympic Airways Flight 172 to Istanbul is now______(登机)at Gate No.37.

78.He is going to deliver a_____(演讲、讲课)to us.

79.I asked the man_____ (对面的)if he would open the door.

80.Jack and Kim celebrated their twentieth wedding______(周年纪念)in January.

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第二节  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 Manager,

    This is a letter of complaint concerned the actions of one of your online store.Last Sunday,October 29th,I buy a dress from a store on your website.But I was not satisfied with the dress when I received it,so I decided to return it.But the salesman refused my request in a rudely tone.I explained the reason that I wanted to return it,but he said he was busy and didn’t have time to deal it.Now he isn’t replying to us at a11.

    I feel that the salesman was impolite.I hope that you can look into for the matter.I have bought lots of things on your website and I look forward to a much pleasurable shopping experience next time.

                                                Yours,

                                                Li Hua

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第三节 书面表达(满分25分)

    假如你是学生会主席李华,为了让外国人了解中国传统文化,学生会将进行“唐诗吟诵大赛”(Tang Poetry Recitation Contest),特邀请学校国际部学生参加,请你根据提示写一则通知。主要内容包括:

    1.大赛的目的和意义;

    2.主办方:校学生会。时间:2017年12月30日。地点:校报告厅(assembly hall);

    3.范围:唐诗三百首(Three Hundred Tang Poems)。

注意:1.词数100左右;

            2.可以适当增加细节,以使行文流畅。

                            Notice

    Do you want to have a further knowledge of Chinese culture?_____________________________________________________________________________________________________

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