• 英语 南昌市2018年高三江西省第二次模拟试题
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A、B、C、和D四个选项中,选出最佳选项。

                                A

        Four Wild Animal Species Were Endangered

    Maybe you can still see them at the zoo. But that doesn’t mean they’re doing alright in the wild.

    Tigers

    All six tiger species are endangered, with Sumatran tigers and South Chin tigers at a seriously endangered status. The main reasons for their population decline are illegal hunting and destroyed habitats(栖息地), as humans clear forests to gather timber(木材)and build roadways. Only about 3890 tigers presently live in the wild.

    Ground squirrels

    That’s right, even squirrels are endangered, specifically the San Joaquin ground squirrel. Native to California, USA, these guys have been disappearing since 1979 on account of the construction and human development going through their habitat. Their total population is unknown, but it could be anywhere between 124000 and 413000.

    Giraffes

    The International Union for the Conservation of Nature recently put giraffes at a vulnerable(脆弱的) status, the level just before endangered. The giraffe population has declined 40 percent in the last 30 years, primarily due to loss of habitat and illegal hunting. Some giraffes are killed just for their tails, which are considered status symbols in Africa.

    Asian elephants

    The main threat to Asian elephants, one of the most intelligent animals, is their shrinking habitat. As the human population grows, people invade their land to build roads and railway tracks. Elephants in Myanmar are at an especially high risk for being captured and traded or used illegally in the tourist industry. Fewer than 50000 are left on the entire continent.

What is the total population of tigers living in the wild?

AAround 3890.

B50000.

C124000.

D413000.

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                                A

        Four Wild Animal Species Were Endangered

    Maybe you can still see them at the zoo. But that doesn’t mean they’re doing alright in the wild.

    Tigers

    All six tiger species are endangered, with Sumatran tigers and South Chin tigers at a seriously endangered status. The main reasons for their population decline are illegal hunting and destroyed habitats(栖息地), as humans clear forests to gather timber(木材)and build roadways. Only about 3890 tigers presently live in the wild.

    Ground squirrels

    That’s right, even squirrels are endangered, specifically the San Joaquin ground squirrel. Native to California, USA, these guys have been disappearing since 1979 on account of the construction and human development going through their habitat. Their total population is unknown, but it could be anywhere between 124000 and 413000.

    Giraffes

    The International Union for the Conservation of Nature recently put giraffes at a vulnerable(脆弱的) status, the level just before endangered. The giraffe population has declined 40 percent in the last 30 years, primarily due to loss of habitat and illegal hunting. Some giraffes are killed just for their tails, which are considered status symbols in Africa.

    Asian elephants

    The main threat to Asian elephants, one of the most intelligent animals, is their shrinking habitat. As the human population grows, people invade their land to build roads and railway tracks. Elephants in Myanmar are at an especially high risk for being captured and traded or used illegally in the tourist industry. Fewer than 50000 are left on the entire continent.

Which of the following is considered one of the most intelligent animals?

ATigers.

BGiraffes.

CGround squirrels.

DAsian elephants.

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                                A

        Four Wild Animal Species Were Endangered

    Maybe you can still see them at the zoo. But that doesn’t mean they’re doing alright in the wild.

    Tigers

    All six tiger species are endangered, with Sumatran tigers and South Chin tigers at a seriously endangered status. The main reasons for their population decline are illegal hunting and destroyed habitats(栖息地), as humans clear forests to gather timber(木材)and build roadways. Only about 3890 tigers presently live in the wild.

    Ground squirrels

    That’s right, even squirrels are endangered, specifically the San Joaquin ground squirrel. Native to California, USA, these guys have been disappearing since 1979 on account of the construction and human development going through their habitat. Their total population is unknown, but it could be anywhere between 124000 and 413000.

    Giraffes

    The International Union for the Conservation of Nature recently put giraffes at a vulnerable(脆弱的) status, the level just before endangered. The giraffe population has declined 40 percent in the last 30 years, primarily due to loss of habitat and illegal hunting. Some giraffes are killed just for their tails, which are considered status symbols in Africa.

    Asian elephants

    The main threat to Asian elephants, one of the most intelligent animals, is their shrinking habitat. As the human population grows, people invade their land to build roads and railway tracks. Elephants in Myanmar are at an especially high risk for being captured and traded or used illegally in the tourist industry. Fewer than 50000 are left on the entire continent.

What is the common threat to the four wild animals?

AIllegal hunting.

BDisturbed habitat.

CDeveloping tourism.

DUnnecessary construction.

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                                B

    Day in and day out. Rose, a neat, well-dressed, dark-haired young woman carries out her work at an office in a business park near Cambridge and spends hours studying pictures of children being abused. She watches the images again and again, looking for the tiniest details that might deliver a young victim from hell. They might be as small as the titles of books on a table, the action of making the bed or the images on the posters on the wall—anything that might provide a clue to the place where the child is suffering, and might finally lead the police to the abuser.

    How can Rose decide to do such work? And all that for a salary of less than $23,000 a year? She said her motivation in joining the work was to protect the public." When I first started this job, there was anger at the beginning. But when you see what the children have to endure, you know someone has to be there to protect them. If I can play a small part, I will help make a difference."

    The 33-year-old woman is enthusiastic about her job. Rose and her team have done what they could to put the children's life back together. They are very proud of what they have done.

    The nature of her work has changed her for the better. "I'm a lot more focused on the positive, much more relaxed about the world. I enjoy the good people around me," she says. Rose thinks that her job is a bit like giving blood. Maybe you don't like doing it, but someone has to. She regards it as her duty to help abused children.

What is Rose's job?

AManaging a big business park.

BFinding clues that help save abused children.

CTeaching and looking after abused children.

DStudying images on the posters on the walls.

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                                B

    Day in and day out. Rose, a neat, well-dressed, dark-haired young woman carries out her work at an office in a business park near Cambridge and spends hours studying pictures of children being abused. She watches the images again and again, looking for the tiniest details that might deliver a young victim from hell. They might be as small as the titles of books on a table, the action of making the bed or the images on the posters on the wall—anything that might provide a clue to the place where the child is suffering, and might finally lead the police to the abuser.

    How can Rose decide to do such work? And all that for a salary of less than $23,000 a year? She said her motivation in joining the work was to protect the public." When I first started this job, there was anger at the beginning. But when you see what the children have to endure, you know someone has to be there to protect them. If I can play a small part, I will help make a difference."

    The 33-year-old woman is enthusiastic about her job. Rose and her team have done what they could to put the children's life back together. They are very proud of what they have done.

    The nature of her work has changed her for the better. "I'm a lot more focused on the positive, much more relaxed about the world. I enjoy the good people around me," she says. Rose thinks that her job is a bit like giving blood. Maybe you don't like doing it, but someone has to. She regards it as her duty to help abused children.

Which of the following can replace the underlined word "endure" in Paragraph 2?

ASuffer.

BChange.

CEnjoy.

DExpect.

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                                B

    Day in and day out. Rose, a neat, well-dressed, dark-haired young woman carries out her work at an office in a business park near Cambridge and spends hours studying pictures of children being abused. She watches the images again and again, looking for the tiniest details that might deliver a young victim from hell. They might be as small as the titles of books on a table, the action of making the bed or the images on the posters on the wall—anything that might provide a clue to the place where the child is suffering, and might finally lead the police to the abuser.

    How can Rose decide to do such work? And all that for a salary of less than $23,000 a year? She said her motivation in joining the work was to protect the public." When I first started this job, there was anger at the beginning. But when you see what the children have to endure, you know someone has to be there to protect them. If I can play a small part, I will help make a difference."

    The 33-year-old woman is enthusiastic about her job. Rose and her team have done what they could to put the children's life back together. They are very proud of what they have done.

    The nature of her work has changed her for the better. "I'm a lot more focused on the positive, much more relaxed about the world. I enjoy the good people around me," she says. Rose thinks that her job is a bit like giving blood. Maybe you don't like doing it, but someone has to. She regards it as her duty to help abused children.

Rose and her team are satisfied with their job, because ______.

Anobody in her country dare to abuse children

Bchildren will live a happier life than ever before

Cthe number of children who are abused will be reduced

Dparents in her country will know how to protect their children

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                                B

    Day in and day out. Rose, a neat, well-dressed, dark-haired young woman carries out her work at an office in a business park near Cambridge and spends hours studying pictures of children being abused. She watches the images again and again, looking for the tiniest details that might deliver a young victim from hell. They might be as small as the titles of books on a table, the action of making the bed or the images on the posters on the wall—anything that might provide a clue to the place where the child is suffering, and might finally lead the police to the abuser.

    How can Rose decide to do such work? And all that for a salary of less than $23,000 a year? She said her motivation in joining the work was to protect the public." When I first started this job, there was anger at the beginning. But when you see what the children have to endure, you know someone has to be there to protect them. If I can play a small part, I will help make a difference."

    The 33-year-old woman is enthusiastic about her job. Rose and her team have done what they could to put the children's life back together. They are very proud of what they have done.

    The nature of her work has changed her for the better. "I'm a lot more focused on the positive, much more relaxed about the world. I enjoy the good people around me," she says. Rose thinks that her job is a bit like giving blood. Maybe you don't like doing it, but someone has to. She regards it as her duty to help abused children.

What can we infer from the last paragraph?

ARose’s life makes her popular.

BRose often donates blood to others.

CRose makes a difference to the world.

DRose’s life has been positively affected by her job.

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                                C    

    The world’s first “Sky Pool” has been uncoated, and it’ll give anyone a touch of dizziness, unless he or she is not bothered by heights.

    Situated in the capital’s new riverside district beside Battersea Power Station, the glass pool, hanging 10 storeys, or 110 feet up as a bridge between two apartment buildings, is 25m long, 5m wide and 3m deep with a water depth of 1. 2m. Swimmers will be able to look down 35 metres to the street below as they take a dip, with only 20cm of glass between them and the outside world. It’s even got a bar, folding chairs and an orange garden.

    The pool will be part of Embassy Gardens at Nine Elms, a huge billion building project beside the new American Embassy in south-west London. The project is creating thousands of apartments, the smallest of which are expected to cost nearly $ 1 million, and the pool will only be open to the apartments’ owners.

    Embassy Gardens takes design inspiration from the Meatpacking District of New York with floor to ceiling windows and brick frontages. The designer, Sean Mulryan, desired to push the boundaries in the capability of construction and engineering and do something that had never been done before. The Sky Pool’s transparent structure is the result of significant advancements in technologies over the last decade.

    The experience of the pool will be truly unique and it will feel like floating through the air in Central London.

    Those people lucky enough to swim there will have a faultless view of the Palace of Westminster and the London Eye. It will be a selling point for developers when the second stage of the development is released to market.

Who can swim in the Sky Pool?

AAnyone at Nine Elms.

BVisitors to London.

CPeople living in Embassy Gardens.

DThose who are not terrified of heights.

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                                C    

    The world’s first “Sky Pool” has been uncoated, and it’ll give anyone a touch of dizziness, unless he or she is not bothered by heights.

    Situated in the capital’s new riverside district beside Battersea Power Station, the glass pool, hanging 10 storeys, or 110 feet up as a bridge between two apartment buildings, is 25m long, 5m wide and 3m deep with a water depth of 1. 2m. Swimmers will be able to look down 35 metres to the street below as they take a dip, with only 20cm of glass between them and the outside world. It’s even got a bar, folding chairs and an orange garden.

    The pool will be part of Embassy Gardens at Nine Elms, a huge billion building project beside the new American Embassy in south-west London. The project is creating thousands of apartments, the smallest of which are expected to cost nearly $ 1 million, and the pool will only be open to the apartments’ owners.

    Embassy Gardens takes design inspiration from the Meatpacking District of New York with floor to ceiling windows and brick frontages. The designer, Sean Mulryan, desired to push the boundaries in the capability of construction and engineering and do something that had never been done before. The Sky Pool’s transparent structure is the result of significant advancements in technologies over the last decade.

    The experience of the pool will be truly unique and it will feel like floating through the air in Central London.

    Those people lucky enough to swim there will have a faultless view of the Palace of Westminster and the London Eye. It will be a selling point for developers when the second stage of the development is released to market.

What can the swimmers enjoy according to the paragraph 2?

AHaving fun surfing online.

BDrinking orange juice for free.

CAppreciating the views below.

DExperiencing diving and surfing.

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                                C    

    The world’s first “Sky Pool” has been uncoated, and it’ll give anyone a touch of dizziness, unless he or she is not bothered by heights.

    Situated in the capital’s new riverside district beside Battersea Power Station, the glass pool, hanging 10 storeys, or 110 feet up as a bridge between two apartment buildings, is 25m long, 5m wide and 3m deep with a water depth of 1. 2m. Swimmers will be able to look down 35 metres to the street below as they take a dip, with only 20cm of glass between them and the outside world. It’s even got a bar, folding chairs and an orange garden.

    The pool will be part of Embassy Gardens at Nine Elms, a huge billion building project beside the new American Embassy in south-west London. The project is creating thousands of apartments, the smallest of which are expected to cost nearly $ 1 million, and the pool will only be open to the apartments’ owners.

    Embassy Gardens takes design inspiration from the Meatpacking District of New York with floor to ceiling windows and brick frontages. The designer, Sean Mulryan, desired to push the boundaries in the capability of construction and engineering and do something that had never been done before. The Sky Pool’s transparent structure is the result of significant advancements in technologies over the last decade.

    The experience of the pool will be truly unique and it will feel like floating through the air in Central London.

    Those people lucky enough to swim there will have a faultless view of the Palace of Westminster and the London Eye. It will be a selling point for developers when the second stage of the development is released to market.

What do we know about the pool from the text?

AIt lies in the centre of London.

BIt is 25 metres above the ground.

CIt was similar to New York’s modern constructions.

DIt is helpful for selling apartments in Embassy Gardens.

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                                C    

    The world’s first “Sky Pool” has been uncoated, and it’ll give anyone a touch of dizziness, unless he or she is not bothered by heights.

    Situated in the capital’s new riverside district beside Battersea Power Station, the glass pool, hanging 10 storeys, or 110 feet up as a bridge between two apartment buildings, is 25m long, 5m wide and 3m deep with a water depth of 1. 2m. Swimmers will be able to look down 35 metres to the street below as they take a dip, with only 20cm of glass between them and the outside world. It’s even got a bar, folding chairs and an orange garden.

    The pool will be part of Embassy Gardens at Nine Elms, a huge billion building project beside the new American Embassy in south-west London. The project is creating thousands of apartments, the smallest of which are expected to cost nearly $ 1 million, and the pool will only be open to the apartments’ owners.

    Embassy Gardens takes design inspiration from the Meatpacking District of New York with floor to ceiling windows and brick frontages. The designer, Sean Mulryan, desired to push the boundaries in the capability of construction and engineering and do something that had never been done before. The Sky Pool’s transparent structure is the result of significant advancements in technologies over the last decade.

    The experience of the pool will be truly unique and it will feel like floating through the air in Central London.

    Those people lucky enough to swim there will have a faultless view of the Palace of Westminster and the London Eye. It will be a selling point for developers when the second stage of the development is released to market.

We can infer from the text that           .

Athe apartments of Embassy Garden are fairly expensive

Bthe new American Embassy has been moved away

CNine Elms is a street in Embassy Gardens

Dbuilding the pool is not a complex job

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                                D

    As free as they make us, mobile phones still need to stay close to a power source. Soon that may change with "green" power.

    Three Chilean students got the idea for a plant-powered device(装置) to charge their cellphones, while sitting in their school's outdoor courtyard during a break from exams, with dead mobile phones. Then, one of them had an "aha" moment.

    “It occurred to Camila to say about plants, "said inventor Evelyn Aravena. “‘Why don't you have a socket, if there are so many plants? ’After that, we thought, ‘why don't they have a charging outlet? Because there are so many plants and living things that have the potential to produce energy, why not?’”

    Their invention—a small biological circuit called E-Kaia—uses the energy plants to produce during photosynthesis(光合作用). A plant uses only a small part of that energy and the rest goes into the soil, and that's where the E-Kaia collects it. The device plugs into the ground and then into your phone.

    "It's the most amazing project I've ever seen in my life, plain and simple. They brought this original model, and it worked — and that's when it all changed, at least from my personal point of view and I began to support them." said Mauricio Cifuentes.

    The device solved two problems for the engineering students — they needed an idea for a class project, and an outlet to plug in their phones.

    "Looking for a place to charge the notebook, which had no power, and the mobile phones, we weren't able to find anything because all the other students were in the same state of madness trying to find a place to charge their devices," said Aravena.

    But plants are everywhere, and the bio-circuit makes the best of their excess(过多的) power.

    The E-Kaia doesn't carry much charge but it's powerful enough to completely recharge a mobile phone in less than two hours.

    The student inventors have applied for patents on their technology, and expect the E-Kaia to go on sale in December 2016.

How could the students get the "green" power idea?

ABy carrying out an experiment.

BJust from an occasional thought.

CWith the support of their professors.

DInspired by the information in a science book.

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                                D

    As free as they make us, mobile phones still need to stay close to a power source. Soon that may change with "green" power.

    Three Chilean students got the idea for a plant-powered device(装置) to charge their cellphones, while sitting in their school's outdoor courtyard during a break from exams, with dead mobile phones. Then, one of them had an "aha" moment.

    “It occurred to Camila to say about plants, "said inventor Evelyn Aravena. “‘Why don't you have a socket, if there are so many plants? ’After that, we thought, ‘why don't they have a charging outlet? Because there are so many plants and living things that have the potential to produce energy, why not?’”

    Their invention—a small biological circuit called E-Kaia—uses the energy plants to produce during photosynthesis(光合作用). A plant uses only a small part of that energy and the rest goes into the soil, and that's where the E-Kaia collects it. The device plugs into the ground and then into your phone.

    "It's the most amazing project I've ever seen in my life, plain and simple. They brought this original model, and it worked — and that's when it all changed, at least from my personal point of view and I began to support them." said Mauricio Cifuentes.

    The device solved two problems for the engineering students — they needed an idea for a class project, and an outlet to plug in their phones.

    "Looking for a place to charge the notebook, which had no power, and the mobile phones, we weren't able to find anything because all the other students were in the same state of madness trying to find a place to charge their devices," said Aravena.

    But plants are everywhere, and the bio-circuit makes the best of their excess(过多的) power.

    The E-Kaia doesn't carry much charge but it's powerful enough to completely recharge a mobile phone in less than two hours.

    The student inventors have applied for patents on their technology, and expect the E-Kaia to go on sale in December 2016.

The device collects power by using _____.

Aphotosynthesis

Ba small biological circuit

Cenergy plants

Dthe electricity stored in the device

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                                D

    As free as they make us, mobile phones still need to stay close to a power source. Soon that may change with "green" power.

    Three Chilean students got the idea for a plant-powered device(装置) to charge their cellphones, while sitting in their school's outdoor courtyard during a break from exams, with dead mobile phones. Then, one of them had an "aha" moment.

    “It occurred to Camila to say about plants, "said inventor Evelyn Aravena. “‘Why don't you have a socket, if there are so many plants? ’After that, we thought, ‘why don't they have a charging outlet? Because there are so many plants and living things that have the potential to produce energy, why not?’”

    Their invention—a small biological circuit called E-Kaia—uses the energy plants to produce during photosynthesis(光合作用). A plant uses only a small part of that energy and the rest goes into the soil, and that's where the E-Kaia collects it. The device plugs into the ground and then into your phone.

    "It's the most amazing project I've ever seen in my life, plain and simple. They brought this original model, and it worked — and that's when it all changed, at least from my personal point of view and I began to support them." said Mauricio Cifuentes.

    The device solved two problems for the engineering students — they needed an idea for a class project, and an outlet to plug in their phones.

    "Looking for a place to charge the notebook, which had no power, and the mobile phones, we weren't able to find anything because all the other students were in the same state of madness trying to find a place to charge their devices," said Aravena.

    But plants are everywhere, and the bio-circuit makes the best of their excess(过多的) power.

    The E-Kaia doesn't carry much charge but it's powerful enough to completely recharge a mobile phone in less than two hours.

    The student inventors have applied for patents on their technology, and expect the E-Kaia to go on sale in December 2016.

What can we learn from what Mauricio Cifuentes said?

AHe intended to buy the patent.

BHe invented the original device.

CHe showed great interest in the device.

DHe attempted to produce the device in large numbers.

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                                D

    As free as they make us, mobile phones still need to stay close to a power source. Soon that may change with "green" power.

    Three Chilean students got the idea for a plant-powered device(装置) to charge their cellphones, while sitting in their school's outdoor courtyard during a break from exams, with dead mobile phones. Then, one of them had an "aha" moment.

    “It occurred to Camila to say about plants, "said inventor Evelyn Aravena. “‘Why don't you have a socket, if there are so many plants? ’After that, we thought, ‘why don't they have a charging outlet? Because there are so many plants and living things that have the potential to produce energy, why not?’”

    Their invention—a small biological circuit called E-Kaia—uses the energy plants to produce during photosynthesis(光合作用). A plant uses only a small part of that energy and the rest goes into the soil, and that's where the E-Kaia collects it. The device plugs into the ground and then into your phone.

    "It's the most amazing project I've ever seen in my life, plain and simple. They brought this original model, and it worked — and that's when it all changed, at least from my personal point of view and I began to support them." said Mauricio Cifuentes.

    The device solved two problems for the engineering students — they needed an idea for a class project, and an outlet to plug in their phones.

    "Looking for a place to charge the notebook, which had no power, and the mobile phones, we weren't able to find anything because all the other students were in the same state of madness trying to find a place to charge their devices," said Aravena.

    But plants are everywhere, and the bio-circuit makes the best of their excess(过多的) power.

    The E-Kaia doesn't carry much charge but it's powerful enough to completely recharge a mobile phone in less than two hours.

    The student inventors have applied for patents on their technology, and expect the E-Kaia to go on sale in December 2016.

What might be the best title for the passage?

AA New Device to Change the World

BGreen Power - A New and Potential Source

CChilean Students Find A Green Way to Charge Phones

DA New Device Invented by Chilean Students Will Be on Sale

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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。

            How to Be Good at Sports

    If sports are something that interests you, it stands to reason that you would want to be good at them. Here are some tips that can help you become a good player.

    Set ambitious but realistic goals. If you want to be great at sports, you need to set your aims high.          36         Instead, you should take a look at what you are, and figure out where you think you would like to be. Give yourself a suitable amount of time to achieve that goal.

    Be patient.         37           Impatient athletes tend to make poor ones. If you're not patient, you'll try to jump into advanced techniques long before you're ready. You'll feel discouraged when you don't see immediate improvement.

    Join a sports team. Most of the sports teams are free to join. If you go to school, you should go for team tryouts when they're happening.         38

    Accept criticism. When you play sports, you will unavoidably receive criticism, whether from a coach or other players.         39           Are they angry because you missed a pass, or do they sincerely want to help you improve? In a lot of cases, you can use criticism as motivation to get better.

      40   A skill become mastered when you’re able to do it without thinking. Given enough time and practice, a skill will eventually fall under this category. When in a game, you won't have time to think everything through, so practice until it's all automatic.

    A. Skills are often slow tobuild.

    B. This does not mean beingunrealistic.

    C. You need to take most ofit with a grain of salt.

    D. Practice until yourskills become second nature.

    E. You also need to be clearabout what you are good at.

    F. If you're not in school,you can find a sports club online.

    G. An important reason people join sports teams is to make friends.

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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。

           Be a Traveler, not a Tourist

    Last summer, I had just enough money saved to buy a golden ticket—a 3-month train pass that would take me to the furthest reaches of Europe. Excited for my journey, I packed all the necessities—except the   41   .

    While the convenience of the Internet was definitely a contributing factor to my   42   not to take with me the few expensive kilograms of out-of-date information, this was not the only reason why I decided to fly alone.

    To be honest, my main   43   with the guidebook is that I find it   44   the pleasure of a journey—like bossy aunt who is always telling you what to do,   45   she doesn’t always know what is the best.

    Experience has taught me that there is an obvious   46   between a tourist and traveler.

    While waiting in a queue, I met a man who had a checklist. He showed me his list of “Top 20 Things To Do in Italy” and   47   off in a loud American accent that he’d seen everything Italy has to offer in just four days.

    The problem I had with this man’s   48   to travelling was that he was too   49   information provided by his guidebook. He was lost in the   50   attractiveness of the “must-sees” and   51   to all the wonders and adventures that might happen during the   52   trip.

    So,   53   any guidebook, I traveled to Estonia, the tiny Baltic country bordering Russia. In the   54   of advance plans as guidebooks would suggest, I had no choice but to turn to some friendly faces for advice. I   55    myself first and then asked them what was happening around the town. When this   56   an invitation to a beautiful Estonian home by a river where I   57   a 110-degree wood-stove sauna(桑拿浴),   58   picked forest-mushrooms and the good   59   of our five newfound Estonian friends, I was most glad that I had left my “bossy   60   ” at home.

41.

    A. guidebook                

    B. magazine                 

    C.cash          

    D. map

42.

    A. goal                         

    B. excuse                     

    C.decision       

    D. mistake

43.

    A. suggestion                

    B. problem                   

    C.dislike        

    D.connection

44.

    A. increases                  

    B. annoys                     

    C.removes       

    D. limits

45.

    A. even though             

    B. as if                         

    C.as though      

    D. as long as

46.

    A. similarity                 

    B. distinction                

    C.competition    

    D. misunderstanding

47.

    A. cut                          

    B. showed                    

    C.gave          

    D. put

48.

    A. way                         

    B. determination           

    C.confidence     

    D. approach

49.

    A. cautious about          

    B. amused by                

    C.focused on     

    D. surprisedat

50.

    A. likely                       

    B. seemingly                

    C.orderly        

    D. lovely

51.

    A. blind                       

    B. dumb                       

    C.deaf          

    D. eager

52.

    A. guided                     

    B. imagined                  

    C.real           

    D. paid

53.

    A. without                    

    B. beyond                    

    C.except         

    D. unlike

54.

    A. loss                         

    B.control                     

    C. face           

    D. absence

55.

    A. introduced                

    B. warned                    

    C.calmed        

    D. enjoyed

56.

    A. resulted in                

    B. cut in                       

    C.broke in       

    D. put in

57.

    A. found                      

    B. enjoyed                    

    C.ordered        

    D. bathed

58.

    A. locally                     

    B. secretly                    

    C.rarely          

    D. nervously

59.

    A. experience                

    B. company                  

    C.opinion        

    D. time

60.

    A. mom        

    B.book         

    C.aunt           

    D. master

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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。

    Tea is an important part of Chinese tradition.   61   Chinese society developed and progressed, tea production has played a role in driving economic development while tea consumption(消费)   62   (remain) a practice of daily life. The practice of tea culture can bring the spirit and   63   (wise) of human beings to a higher level.

    The history of Chinese tea is a long and gradual story of refinement. Generations of growers and producers have perfected the Chinese way of manufacturing tea, and   64   many unique regional varieties.

    The original idea   65   (credit) to the legendary Emperor Shennong, who is said   66   (live) 5 000 years ago. His far-sighted ruling required, among other things,   67   all drinking water be boiled as a safety measure. A story goes that, one summer day, while visiting a distant part of his territory, he and the court stopped to rest. In agreement   68   his ruling, the servants began to boil water for the court to drink.   69   (dry) leaves from a nearby bush fell into the boiling water, and a brown substance was infused(注入) into the water. As a scientist, the Emperor was interested in the new liquid, drank some   70   (careful), and found it very refreshing. And so, according to legend, tea was created in 2737 BC.

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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 Editor,

    I’m a middle school student. I am writing to tell you something around us.

    Nowadays, as the development of China’s urbanization, thousands of people move into cities, leave their children at home. However, many of these left-behind children have problems, which always feel lonely or stressed out and are more likely make mistakes. They even behave illegal due to lack of their parents’ love and care.

    How can we solve a problem? In my eyes, our government should balance the economic develop in different area. Besides, we can organize “hand-in-hand” activities to call on more people to help them. It’s very important for us to pay more attention to these children if you want to build in a harmonious society.

    Best wishes to you!

                                                Yours,

                                            Wang Qiang

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第二节 书面表达(满分25分)

    假如你是李华,你从美国朋友Tom处借的一本书不慎遗失,请你给他写封电子邮件,内容要点如下:

    1表示歉意;

    2解释原因;

    3提出赔偿办法。

注意:1词数100左右;

          2可以适当增加细节,以使行文连贯;

Dear Tom,

___________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________

                                   Yours,

                 Li Hua

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