• 英语 2018年高三山东省第三次模拟试题
单选题 本大题共45小题,每小题1分,共45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:语法和词汇知识(共20分,每小题1分,满分20分)

—I really can’t thank you enough, sir.   —         .

AThat’s the most I could do

BI’m glad to have been of help

CNo problem

DWith pleasure

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At your company there are a few machines similar to     described in this magazine.

Athese

Bthem

Cthose

Dones

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John had planned to make a compromise, but       he changed his mind at the last minute.

Aanyhow

Botherwise

Ctherefore

Dsomehow

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—Are you still mad at her? —Not really , but I can’t        that her remarks hurt me.

Adeny

Brefuse

Creject

Ddecline

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Only after Ann read her essay the second time        the spelling mistake.

Adid she notice

Bshe notice

Cdoes she notice

Dshe has noticed

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There are a small number of people involved possibly        twenty.

Aas few as

Bas little as

Cas many as

Dshe has noticed

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They are broadening the bridge to        the flow of traffic.

Aput off

Bspeed up

Cturn on

Dwork out

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The police still haven’t found the lost child, but they’re doing all they        .

Acan

Bmay

Cmust

Dshould

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The limits of a person’s intelligence, generally speaking ,are fixed at birth, but         he reaches these limits will depend on his environment.

Awhere

Bwhether

Cthat

Dwhy

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All the photographs in this book,        stated otherwise, date from the 1950s.

Aunless

Buntil

Conce

Dif

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In our class there are 46 students,        half wear glasses.

Ain whom

Bin them

Cof whom

Dof them

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Tom asked the candy makers if they could make the chocolate easier         into small pieces.

Abreak

Bbreaking

Cbroken

Dto break

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Sarah looked at        finished painting with        satisfaction.

A不填;a

Ba; the

Cthe;不填

Dthe;a

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I’ll go to the library as soon as I finish what I          .

Awas doing

Bam doing

Chave done

Dhad been doing

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It’s an either-or situation—we can buy a new car this year or we can go on holiday but we can’t do           .

Aothers

Beither

Canother

Dboth

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All kinds of promotion activities were launched,        for the May Holiday Market.

Aintended

Bintending

Cbeing intended

Ddo intend

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Mr. Mao, who         as a construction worker for over 8 years, is now a distinguished lawyer in this country.

Ahas worked

Bhad worked

Cworked

Dhas been working

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Whoever is new in the community will soon          to the new environment, as everybody here is friendly and helpful.

Aapply

Bappeal

Cattach

Dadapt

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         competence, you are quite suited to the position, but you shouldn’t be careless.

AOn account of

BIn spite of

CIn terms of

DBy means of

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This is a very convenient place to live in,        is an airport connecting all the big cities.

A20 km northwest of it

B20 km northwest of which

Cnorthwest 20 km to it

Dnorthwest 20 km of which

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第二部分 :阅读理解(共25小题,每小题2分,满分50分)

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

                                A

        Linda Evans wasmy best friend-like the sister I never had, We did everything together:piano lessons, movies, swimming ,horseback riding.

        When I was 13,my family moved away, Linda and I kept in touch through letters, and we saw each other on special times-like my wedding and Linda’s. Soon we were busy withchildren and moving to new homes, and we wrote less often. One day a card thatI sent came back, stamped “Address Unknown”. I had no idea about how to find Linda.

        Over the years,I missed Linda very much, I wanted to share happiness of my children and thengrandchildren, And I needed to share my sadness when my brother and then motherdied, There was an empty place in my heart that only a friend like Linda couldfill.

        One day, I wasreading a newspaper when I noticed a photo of a young woman who looked verymuch like Linda and whose last name was Wagman—Linda’s married name. “There must be thousands of Wagmans . ”Ithought, but I still wrote to her.

        She called assoon as she got my letter, “Mrs, Tobin!” she said excitedly, “Linda Evans Wagman is my mother.”Minuteslater I heard a voice that I recognized at once, even after 40 years. Welaughed and cried and caught up on each other’s lives,Now the empty place in my heart is filled, And there’sone thing that Linda and I know for sure: we won’t loseeach other again!

The writer went to piano lessons with Linda Evans     .

Aat the age of 13

Bbefore she got married

Cbefore the writer’s family moved away

Dafter they moved to new homes

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                                A

        Linda Evans wasmy best friend-like the sister I never had, We did everything together:piano lessons, movies, swimming ,horseback riding.

        When I was 13,my family moved away, Linda and I kept in touch through letters, and we saw each other on special times-like my wedding and Linda’s. Soon we were busy withchildren and moving to new homes, and we wrote less often. One day a card thatI sent came back, stamped “Address Unknown”. I had no idea about how to find Linda.

        Over the years,I missed Linda very much, I wanted to share happiness of my children and thengrandchildren, And I needed to share my sadness when my brother and then motherdied, There was an empty place in my heart that only a friend like Linda couldfill.

        One day, I wasreading a newspaper when I noticed a photo of a young woman who looked verymuch like Linda and whose last name was Wagman—Linda’s married name. “There must be thousands of Wagmans . ”Ithought, but I still wrote to her.

        She called assoon as she got my letter, “Mrs, Tobin!” she said excitedly, “Linda Evans Wagman is my mother.”Minuteslater I heard a voice that I recognized at once, even after 40 years. Welaughed and cried and caught up on each other’s lives,Now the empty place in my heart is filled, And there’sone thing that Linda and I know for sure: we won’t loseeach other again!

They didn’t often write to each other because they     .

Agot married

Bhad little time to do so

Cdidn’t like writing letters

Dcould see each other on special times

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                                A

        Linda Evans wasmy best friend-like the sister I never had, We did everything together:piano lessons, movies, swimming ,horseback riding.

        When I was 13,my family moved away, Linda and I kept in touch through letters, and we saw each other on special times-like my wedding and Linda’s. Soon we were busy withchildren and moving to new homes, and we wrote less often. One day a card thatI sent came back, stamped “Address Unknown”. I had no idea about how to find Linda.

        Over the years,I missed Linda very much, I wanted to share happiness of my children and thengrandchildren, And I needed to share my sadness when my brother and then motherdied, There was an empty place in my heart that only a friend like Linda couldfill.

        One day, I wasreading a newspaper when I noticed a photo of a young woman who looked verymuch like Linda and whose last name was Wagman—Linda’s married name. “There must be thousands of Wagmans . ”Ithought, but I still wrote to her.

        She called assoon as she got my letter, “Mrs, Tobin!” she said excitedly, “Linda Evans Wagman is my mother.”Minuteslater I heard a voice that I recognized at once, even after 40 years. Welaughed and cried and caught up on each other’s lives,Now the empty place in my heart is filled, And there’sone thing that Linda and I know for sure: we won’t loseeach other again!

There was an empty place in the writer’s heart because she     .

Awas in trouble

Bdidn’t know Linda’s address

Creceived the card that she sent

Ddidn’t have a friend like Linda

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                                A

        Linda Evans wasmy best friend-like the sister I never had, We did everything together:piano lessons, movies, swimming ,horseback riding.

        When I was 13,my family moved away, Linda and I kept in touch through letters, and we saw each other on special times-like my wedding and Linda’s. Soon we were busy withchildren and moving to new homes, and we wrote less often. One day a card thatI sent came back, stamped “Address Unknown”. I had no idea about how to find Linda.

        Over the years,I missed Linda very much, I wanted to share happiness of my children and thengrandchildren, And I needed to share my sadness when my brother and then motherdied, There was an empty place in my heart that only a friend like Linda couldfill.

        One day, I wasreading a newspaper when I noticed a photo of a young woman who looked verymuch like Linda and whose last name was Wagman—Linda’s married name. “There must be thousands of Wagmans . ”Ithought, but I still wrote to her.

        She called assoon as she got my letter, “Mrs, Tobin!” she said excitedly, “Linda Evans Wagman is my mother.”Minuteslater I heard a voice that I recognized at once, even after 40 years. Welaughed and cried and caught up on each other’s lives,Now the empty place in my heart is filled, And there’sone thing that Linda and I know for sure: we won’t loseeach other again!

The writer was happy when she     .

Aread the newspaper

Bheard Linda’s voice on the phone

Cmet a young woman who looked a lot like Linda

Dwrote to the woman whose last name was Wangman

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                                A

        Linda Evans wasmy best friend-like the sister I never had, We did everything together:piano lessons, movies, swimming ,horseback riding.

        When I was 13,my family moved away, Linda and I kept in touch through letters, and we saw each other on special times-like my wedding and Linda’s. Soon we were busy withchildren and moving to new homes, and we wrote less often. One day a card thatI sent came back, stamped “Address Unknown”. I had no idea about how to find Linda.

        Over the years,I missed Linda very much, I wanted to share happiness of my children and thengrandchildren, And I needed to share my sadness when my brother and then motherdied, There was an empty place in my heart that only a friend like Linda couldfill.

        One day, I wasreading a newspaper when I noticed a photo of a young woman who looked verymuch like Linda and whose last name was Wagman—Linda’s married name. “There must be thousands of Wagmans . ”Ithought, but I still wrote to her.

        She called assoon as she got my letter, “Mrs, Tobin!” she said excitedly, “Linda Evans Wagman is my mother.”Minuteslater I heard a voice that I recognized at once, even after 40 years. Welaughed and cried and caught up on each other’s lives,Now the empty place in my heart is filled, And there’sone thing that Linda and I know for sure: we won’t loseeach other again!

They haven’t kept in touch     .

Afor about 40 years

Bfor about 27 years

Csince they got married

Dsince the writer’s family moved away

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                                 B

        Looking back onmy childhood, I am convinced that naturalists are born and not made. Althoughwe were brought up in the same way, my brothers and sisters soon abandonedtheir pressed flowers and insects. Unlike them, I had no ear for music andlanguages. I was not an early reader and I could not do mental math.

        Before World WarI we spent out summer holidays in Hungary. I have only the dim(模糊的)memory of the house we lived in, of myroom and my toys, Nor do I recall clearly the large family of grandparents,aunts, uncles and cousins who gathered next door. But I do have a crystal clearmemory of dogs, the farm animals, the local birds and above all, the insects.

        I am anaturalist, not a scientist. I have a strong love of the natural world, and myenthusiasm has led me into various investigations. I love discussing myfavorite topics and enjoy burning the midnight oil reading about other people’s observations and discoveries.Thensomething happens that brings these observations together in my conscious mind.Suddenly you fancy you see the answer to the riddle. Because it all seems tofit together. This has resulted in my publishing 300 papers and books, whichsome may light honor, with the title of scientific research.

        But curiosity, akeen eye ,a good memory and enjoyment of the animal and plant world do not makea scientist: one of the outstanding and essential qualities required isself-discipline, a quality I lack, A scientist can be made a naturalist. If youcan combine the two, you get the best of both worlds.

According to the author, a born naturalist should first of all be        .

Afull of ambition

Bself-disciplined

Cfull of enthusiasm

Dknowledgeable

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                                 B

        Looking back onmy childhood, I am convinced that naturalists are born and not made. Althoughwe were brought up in the same way, my brothers and sisters soon abandonedtheir pressed flowers and insects. Unlike them, I had no ear for music andlanguages. I was not an early reader and I could not do mental math.

        Before World WarI we spent out summer holidays in Hungary. I have only the dim(模糊的)memory of the house we lived in, of myroom and my toys, Nor do I recall clearly the large family of grandparents,aunts, uncles and cousins who gathered next door. But I do have a crystal clearmemory of dogs, the farm animals, the local birds and above all, the insects.

        I am anaturalist, not a scientist. I have a strong love of the natural world, and myenthusiasm has led me into various investigations. I love discussing myfavorite topics and enjoy burning the midnight oil reading about other people’s observations and discoveries.Thensomething happens that brings these observations together in my conscious mind.Suddenly you fancy you see the answer to the riddle. Because it all seems tofit together. This has resulted in my publishing 300 papers and books, whichsome may light honor, with the title of scientific research.

        But curiosity, akeen eye ,a good memory and enjoyment of the animal and plant world do not makea scientist: one of the outstanding and essential qualities required isself-discipline, a quality I lack, A scientist can be made a naturalist. If youcan combine the two, you get the best of both worlds.

The first paragraph tells us that the author           .

Alost his hearing when he was a child

Bdidn’t like his brothers and sisters

Cwas interested in flowers and insects in his childhood

Dwas born to a naturalist’s family

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                                 B

        Looking back onmy childhood, I am convinced that naturalists are born and not made. Althoughwe were brought up in the same way, my brothers and sisters soon abandonedtheir pressed flowers and insects. Unlike them, I had no ear for music andlanguages. I was not an early reader and I could not do mental math.

        Before World WarI we spent out summer holidays in Hungary. I have only the dim(模糊的)memory of the house we lived in, of myroom and my toys, Nor do I recall clearly the large family of grandparents,aunts, uncles and cousins who gathered next door. But I do have a crystal clearmemory of dogs, the farm animals, the local birds and above all, the insects.

        I am anaturalist, not a scientist. I have a strong love of the natural world, and myenthusiasm has led me into various investigations. I love discussing myfavorite topics and enjoy burning the midnight oil reading about other people’s observations and discoveries.Thensomething happens that brings these observations together in my conscious mind.Suddenly you fancy you see the answer to the riddle. Because it all seems tofit together. This has resulted in my publishing 300 papers and books, whichsome may light honor, with the title of scientific research.

        But curiosity, akeen eye ,a good memory and enjoyment of the animal and plant world do not makea scientist: one of the outstanding and essential qualities required isself-discipline, a quality I lack, A scientist can be made a naturalist. If youcan combine the two, you get the best of both worlds.

The author says that his a naturalist rather than a scientist probably because he thinks he          .

Ajust reads about other people’s observations and discoveries

Blacks some of the qualities required of scientist

Chas a great deal of trouble doing mental arithmetic

Dcomes up with solutions in most natural ways.

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                                 B

        Looking back onmy childhood, I am convinced that naturalists are born and not made. Althoughwe were brought up in the same way, my brothers and sisters soon abandonedtheir pressed flowers and insects. Unlike them, I had no ear for music andlanguages. I was not an early reader and I could not do mental math.

        Before World WarI we spent out summer holidays in Hungary. I have only the dim(模糊的)memory of the house we lived in, of myroom and my toys, Nor do I recall clearly the large family of grandparents,aunts, uncles and cousins who gathered next door. But I do have a crystal clearmemory of dogs, the farm animals, the local birds and above all, the insects.

        I am anaturalist, not a scientist. I have a strong love of the natural world, and myenthusiasm has led me into various investigations. I love discussing myfavorite topics and enjoy burning the midnight oil reading about other people’s observations and discoveries.Thensomething happens that brings these observations together in my conscious mind.Suddenly you fancy you see the answer to the riddle. Because it all seems tofit together. This has resulted in my publishing 300 papers and books, whichsome may light honor, with the title of scientific research.

        But curiosity, akeen eye ,a good memory and enjoyment of the animal and plant world do not makea scientist: one of the outstanding and essential qualities required isself-discipline, a quality I lack, A scientist can be made a naturalist. If youcan combine the two, you get the best of both worlds.

The author can’t remember his clearly because           .

AHe didn’t live very long with them

BHe was too young when he lived with them

CThe family was extremely large

DHe was fully occupied with observing nature

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                                 B

        Looking back onmy childhood, I am convinced that naturalists are born and not made. Althoughwe were brought up in the same way, my brothers and sisters soon abandonedtheir pressed flowers and insects. Unlike them, I had no ear for music andlanguages. I was not an early reader and I could not do mental math.

        Before World WarI we spent out summer holidays in Hungary. I have only the dim(模糊的)memory of the house we lived in, of myroom and my toys, Nor do I recall clearly the large family of grandparents,aunts, uncles and cousins who gathered next door. But I do have a crystal clearmemory of dogs, the farm animals, the local birds and above all, the insects.

        I am anaturalist, not a scientist. I have a strong love of the natural world, and myenthusiasm has led me into various investigations. I love discussing myfavorite topics and enjoy burning the midnight oil reading about other people’s observations and discoveries.Thensomething happens that brings these observations together in my conscious mind.Suddenly you fancy you see the answer to the riddle. Because it all seems tofit together. This has resulted in my publishing 300 papers and books, whichsome may light honor, with the title of scientific research.

        But curiosity, akeen eye ,a good memory and enjoyment of the animal and plant world do not makea scientist: one of the outstanding and essential qualities required isself-discipline, a quality I lack, A scientist can be made a naturalist. If youcan combine the two, you get the best of both worlds.

Which of the following statements is true?

AThe author believes that a born naturalist cannot be a scientist

BThe author read a lot of books about the natural world and oil industry

CThe author’s brothers and sisters were good at music and languages

DThe author spent a lot of time working on riddles.

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                                C

        Of the thousandsof different kinds of animals that exist in the world man has learned to makefriends with an enormous number. Some are pets, and offer him companionship,some give protection, and some do hard work which man can not do for himself.Dogs , which serve man in all three capacities(能力), are found in various species in all countries of the world.The    Husky can live in the cold polarregions,and the Saluki is at home in the hottest parts of Central Africa.Theinhabitants (居民)of certain countries are dependent fortheir very lives on the camel. In the West Indies the little donkey, strong andsure-footed, carrying heavy loads even in mountainous, places, is a familiarsight.

        Trained andtamed for many generations, domestic animals are not accustomed to roaming insearch of food and shelter. They look to their masters to provide for theirneeds, and as  long as these aresupplied, they are content to do what their masters require.

        All domesticanimals need proper food .It must be suitable for them, sufficient in quantity,fresh and clean. Some people feed a pet dog or cat on odds and ends of tablescraps(剩饭), and then wonder why the animal seems tired and dull. The quantityof food depends on the size of the animal and the amount of exercise it takes.Overfeeding is as bad as underfeeding. Containers for food and water must bewashed regularly if the animal is to maintain good health.

        Evenwell-cared-for animals may sometimes fall ill. If this happens, the wise masterseeks the best advice he can get. All sorts of medicines and treatments areavailable for sick animals, and in some countries organizations exist toprovide them free of at a cheap price. Useful, friendly, hardworking animalsdeserve to have some time, money and attention spent on their health.

What main idea does the author want to convey in the first paragraph?

AThere exists thousands of species of animals in the world.

BMan came to establish a close relationship with a number of animals.

CIn some regions a donkey seems to be a very useful beast.

DAn animal will be useless unless domesticated.

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                                C

        Of the thousandsof different kinds of animals that exist in the world man has learned to makefriends with an enormous number. Some are pets, and offer him companionship,some give protection, and some do hard work which man can not do for himself.Dogs , which serve man in all three capacities(能力), are found in various species in all countries of the world.The    Husky can live in the cold polarregions,and the Saluki is at home in the hottest parts of Central Africa.Theinhabitants (居民)of certain countries are dependent fortheir very lives on the camel. In the West Indies the little donkey, strong andsure-footed, carrying heavy loads even in mountainous, places, is a familiarsight.

        Trained andtamed for many generations, domestic animals are not accustomed to roaming insearch of food and shelter. They look to their masters to provide for theirneeds, and as  long as these aresupplied, they are content to do what their masters require.

        All domesticanimals need proper food .It must be suitable for them, sufficient in quantity,fresh and clean. Some people feed a pet dog or cat on odds and ends of tablescraps(剩饭), and then wonder why the animal seems tired and dull. The quantityof food depends on the size of the animal and the amount of exercise it takes.Overfeeding is as bad as underfeeding. Containers for food and water must bewashed regularly if the animal is to maintain good health.

        Evenwell-cared-for animals may sometimes fall ill. If this happens, the wise masterseeks the best advice he can get. All sorts of medicines and treatments areavailable for sick animals, and in some countries organizations exist toprovide them free of at a cheap price. Useful, friendly, hardworking animalsdeserve to have some time, money and attention spent on their health.

When an animal doesn’t get enough food, it will probably          .

Arefuse to obey its master

Bimmediately fall ill

Crequire its master to offer some food

Dseek for food on its own

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                                C

        Of the thousandsof different kinds of animals that exist in the world man has learned to makefriends with an enormous number. Some are pets, and offer him companionship,some give protection, and some do hard work which man can not do for himself.Dogs , which serve man in all three capacities(能力), are found in various species in all countries of the world.The    Husky can live in the cold polarregions,and the Saluki is at home in the hottest parts of Central Africa.Theinhabitants (居民)of certain countries are dependent fortheir very lives on the camel. In the West Indies the little donkey, strong andsure-footed, carrying heavy loads even in mountainous, places, is a familiarsight.

        Trained andtamed for many generations, domestic animals are not accustomed to roaming insearch of food and shelter. They look to their masters to provide for theirneeds, and as  long as these aresupplied, they are content to do what their masters require.

        All domesticanimals need proper food .It must be suitable for them, sufficient in quantity,fresh and clean. Some people feed a pet dog or cat on odds and ends of tablescraps(剩饭), and then wonder why the animal seems tired and dull. The quantityof food depends on the size of the animal and the amount of exercise it takes.Overfeeding is as bad as underfeeding. Containers for food and water must bewashed regularly if the animal is to maintain good health.

        Evenwell-cared-for animals may sometimes fall ill. If this happens, the wise masterseeks the best advice he can get. All sorts of medicines and treatments areavailable for sick animals, and in some countries organizations exist toprovide them free of at a cheap price. Useful, friendly, hardworking animalsdeserve to have some time, money and attention spent on their health.

Which of the following is NOT true of dogs according to the passage?

AThey can act as friends, guards ,and servants to man.

BThey have great adaptation for the environment.

CThere live a great variety of species of dogs on the globe.

DThe Husky and the Saluki are the strongest species ever known in the world

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                                C

        Of the thousandsof different kinds of animals that exist in the world man has learned to makefriends with an enormous number. Some are pets, and offer him companionship,some give protection, and some do hard work which man can not do for himself.Dogs , which serve man in all three capacities(能力), are found in various species in all countries of the world.The    Husky can live in the cold polarregions,and the Saluki is at home in the hottest parts of Central Africa.Theinhabitants (居民)of certain countries are dependent fortheir very lives on the camel. In the West Indies the little donkey, strong andsure-footed, carrying heavy loads even in mountainous, places, is a familiarsight.

        Trained andtamed for many generations, domestic animals are not accustomed to roaming insearch of food and shelter. They look to their masters to provide for theirneeds, and as  long as these aresupplied, they are content to do what their masters require.

        All domesticanimals need proper food .It must be suitable for them, sufficient in quantity,fresh and clean. Some people feed a pet dog or cat on odds and ends of tablescraps(剩饭), and then wonder why the animal seems tired and dull. The quantityof food depends on the size of the animal and the amount of exercise it takes.Overfeeding is as bad as underfeeding. Containers for food and water must bewashed regularly if the animal is to maintain good health.

        Evenwell-cared-for animals may sometimes fall ill. If this happens, the wise masterseeks the best advice he can get. All sorts of medicines and treatments areavailable for sick animals, and in some countries organizations exist toprovide them free of at a cheap price. Useful, friendly, hardworking animalsdeserve to have some time, money and attention spent on their health.

To keep a domestic animal physically fit, its owner is advised           .

Anot to hesitate to spend enormous amount of money on it

Bto pay attention to its proper feeding

Cnot to allow it to take excessive amounts of exercise

Dto join some sort of pet-keeping organizations

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                                C

        Of the thousandsof different kinds of animals that exist in the world man has learned to makefriends with an enormous number. Some are pets, and offer him companionship,some give protection, and some do hard work which man can not do for himself.Dogs , which serve man in all three capacities(能力), are found in various species in all countries of the world.The    Husky can live in the cold polarregions,and the Saluki is at home in the hottest parts of Central Africa.Theinhabitants (居民)of certain countries are dependent fortheir very lives on the camel. In the West Indies the little donkey, strong andsure-footed, carrying heavy loads even in mountainous, places, is a familiarsight.

        Trained andtamed for many generations, domestic animals are not accustomed to roaming insearch of food and shelter. They look to their masters to provide for theirneeds, and as  long as these aresupplied, they are content to do what their masters require.

        All domesticanimals need proper food .It must be suitable for them, sufficient in quantity,fresh and clean. Some people feed a pet dog or cat on odds and ends of tablescraps(剩饭), and then wonder why the animal seems tired and dull. The quantityof food depends on the size of the animal and the amount of exercise it takes.Overfeeding is as bad as underfeeding. Containers for food and water must bewashed regularly if the animal is to maintain good health.

        Evenwell-cared-for animals may sometimes fall ill. If this happens, the wise masterseeks the best advice he can get. All sorts of medicines and treatments areavailable for sick animals, and in some countries organizations exist toprovide them free of at a cheap price. Useful, friendly, hardworking animalsdeserve to have some time, money and attention spent on their health.

Which of the following would be the best title for this passage?

ADomesticated Animals-Man’s Best Friends

BProper Diet- the Road to Health

CThe Advantages of Raising Domestic Animals

DSome Tips on Pet- keeping

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                                D

        Why are peopleinterested in eating raw foods or whole foods? One reason is that eating thesetypes of food reduces the risk of acid accumulation in your body.

        Raw and wholefoods are usually digested more efficiently than cooked and refined foods. Whenwe cook foods, we destroy the natural enzymes(酶)that are part of the food in its raw form. These enzymes wereintended by nature to help us digest the food. When we consume food withoutthese natural enzymes, our bodies either digest the food improperly or allowtoo many nutrients to be absorbed into the bloodstream. In both instances, theresult is obesity. When too many nutrients are absorbed at once, the body growsfat. Improperly digested food moves slowly through the digestive tract, whereit becomes increasingly acidic (酸性的). To protect itsvital organs from this acidic waste, the body changes the acid into fat andstores it safely away from the organs.

        Processed foodscontain chemical elements, which might confuse the appetite mechanism thattells us when we’ve had enough to eat; as a result, people often overeat . Processedfoods also upset the digestive cycle. The body will either identify these foodsas allergens and then store them safely away from the organs as fat, or theremains of undigested food will become acidic and enter the bloodstream as acidwaste, which will stick to the blood vessel walls and block the passage ofvital oxygen and nutrients heading for the body’scells. The body’s metabolism(新陈代谢) becomes inactive, and then result is weight gain and obesity.

        The accumulationof acid in the digestive tract makes digestion increasingly inefficient. Whenthat happens, even healthy foods can become acidic and the food allergies willbecome more common.

        To stop thisvicious(恶性的) circle in its tracks, people need to consume food and supplementsthat will neutralize (使…中和)the acid already accumulatedin body. Eating the right types of raw and whole foods can help. it’s also important to restore your enzyme balance. You need toidentify and avoid the foods that cause acid accumulation and consume the foodsthat increase enzyme production. If you truly want to change and help your bodyheal itself , you need to take an active approach.

What is the main purpose of this passage?

ATo advocate eating more raw and whole foods

BTo tell the differences between raw and processed foods

CTo inform people of the harm of processed foods

DTo warn people of the problem of obesity

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                                D

        Why are peopleinterested in eating raw foods or whole foods? One reason is that eating thesetypes of food reduces the risk of acid accumulation in your body.

        Raw and wholefoods are usually digested more efficiently than cooked and refined foods. Whenwe cook foods, we destroy the natural enzymes(酶)that are part of the food in its raw form. These enzymes wereintended by nature to help us digest the food. When we consume food withoutthese natural enzymes, our bodies either digest the food improperly or allowtoo many nutrients to be absorbed into the bloodstream. In both instances, theresult is obesity. When too many nutrients are absorbed at once, the body growsfat. Improperly digested food moves slowly through the digestive tract, whereit becomes increasingly acidic (酸性的). To protect itsvital organs from this acidic waste, the body changes the acid into fat andstores it safely away from the organs.

        Processed foodscontain chemical elements, which might confuse the appetite mechanism thattells us when we’ve had enough to eat; as a result, people often overeat . Processedfoods also upset the digestive cycle. The body will either identify these foodsas allergens and then store them safely away from the organs as fat, or theremains of undigested food will become acidic and enter the bloodstream as acidwaste, which will stick to the blood vessel walls and block the passage ofvital oxygen and nutrients heading for the body’scells. The body’s metabolism(新陈代谢) becomes inactive, and then result is weight gain and obesity.

        The accumulationof acid in the digestive tract makes digestion increasingly inefficient. Whenthat happens, even healthy foods can become acidic and the food allergies willbecome more common.

        To stop thisvicious(恶性的) circle in its tracks, people need to consume food and supplementsthat will neutralize (使…中和)the acid already accumulatedin body. Eating the right types of raw and whole foods can help. it’s also important to restore your enzyme balance. You need toidentify and avoid the foods that cause acid accumulation and consume the foodsthat increase enzyme production. If you truly want to change and help your bodyheal itself , you need to take an active approach.

It can be inferred from Para. 2 that         .

Ait is essential for people to protect their vital organs

Bfoods with natural enzymes help people keep fit

Cwe’d better be cautious about raw and whole foods

Dgiving up cooked and refined foods is a new lifestyle

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                                D

        Why are peopleinterested in eating raw foods or whole foods? One reason is that eating thesetypes of food reduces the risk of acid accumulation in your body.

        Raw and wholefoods are usually digested more efficiently than cooked and refined foods. Whenwe cook foods, we destroy the natural enzymes(酶)that are part of the food in its raw form. These enzymes wereintended by nature to help us digest the food. When we consume food withoutthese natural enzymes, our bodies either digest the food improperly or allowtoo many nutrients to be absorbed into the bloodstream. In both instances, theresult is obesity. When too many nutrients are absorbed at once, the body growsfat. Improperly digested food moves slowly through the digestive tract, whereit becomes increasingly acidic (酸性的). To protect itsvital organs from this acidic waste, the body changes the acid into fat andstores it safely away from the organs.

        Processed foodscontain chemical elements, which might confuse the appetite mechanism thattells us when we’ve had enough to eat; as a result, people often overeat . Processedfoods also upset the digestive cycle. The body will either identify these foodsas allergens and then store them safely away from the organs as fat, or theremains of undigested food will become acidic and enter the bloodstream as acidwaste, which will stick to the blood vessel walls and block the passage ofvital oxygen and nutrients heading for the body’scells. The body’s metabolism(新陈代谢) becomes inactive, and then result is weight gain and obesity.

        The accumulationof acid in the digestive tract makes digestion increasingly inefficient. Whenthat happens, even healthy foods can become acidic and the food allergies willbecome more common.

        To stop thisvicious(恶性的) circle in its tracks, people need to consume food and supplementsthat will neutralize (使…中和)the acid already accumulatedin body. Eating the right types of raw and whole foods can help. it’s also important to restore your enzyme balance. You need toidentify and avoid the foods that cause acid accumulation and consume the foodsthat increase enzyme production. If you truly want to change and help your bodyheal itself , you need to take an active approach.

Processed foods are unhealthy because they          .

Adestroy body’s cells

Bare difficult to digest

Cmay lead to obesity

Dstop body’s metabolism

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                                D

        Why are peopleinterested in eating raw foods or whole foods? One reason is that eating thesetypes of food reduces the risk of acid accumulation in your body.

        Raw and wholefoods are usually digested more efficiently than cooked and refined foods. Whenwe cook foods, we destroy the natural enzymes(酶)that are part of the food in its raw form. These enzymes wereintended by nature to help us digest the food. When we consume food withoutthese natural enzymes, our bodies either digest the food improperly or allowtoo many nutrients to be absorbed into the bloodstream. In both instances, theresult is obesity. When too many nutrients are absorbed at once, the body growsfat. Improperly digested food moves slowly through the digestive tract, whereit becomes increasingly acidic (酸性的). To protect itsvital organs from this acidic waste, the body changes the acid into fat andstores it safely away from the organs.

        Processed foodscontain chemical elements, which might confuse the appetite mechanism thattells us when we’ve had enough to eat; as a result, people often overeat . Processedfoods also upset the digestive cycle. The body will either identify these foodsas allergens and then store them safely away from the organs as fat, or theremains of undigested food will become acidic and enter the bloodstream as acidwaste, which will stick to the blood vessel walls and block the passage ofvital oxygen and nutrients heading for the body’scells. The body’s metabolism(新陈代谢) becomes inactive, and then result is weight gain and obesity.

        The accumulationof acid in the digestive tract makes digestion increasingly inefficient. Whenthat happens, even healthy foods can become acidic and the food allergies willbecome more common.

        To stop thisvicious(恶性的) circle in its tracks, people need to consume food and supplementsthat will neutralize (使…中和)the acid already accumulatedin body. Eating the right types of raw and whole foods can help. it’s also important to restore your enzyme balance. You need toidentify and avoid the foods that cause acid accumulation and consume the foodsthat increase enzyme production. If you truly want to change and help your bodyheal itself , you need to take an active approach.

What is likely to be talked about following the last paragraph?

AActive approaches to avoid acid .

BDifferent causes of acid accumulation.

CCorrect ways to cook raw foods .

DSuitable types of raw and whole foods.

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                                D

        Why are peopleinterested in eating raw foods or whole foods? One reason is that eating thesetypes of food reduces the risk of acid accumulation in your body.

        Raw and wholefoods are usually digested more efficiently than cooked and refined foods. Whenwe cook foods, we destroy the natural enzymes(酶)that are part of the food in its raw form. These enzymes wereintended by nature to help us digest the food. When we consume food withoutthese natural enzymes, our bodies either digest the food improperly or allowtoo many nutrients to be absorbed into the bloodstream. In both instances, theresult is obesity. When too many nutrients are absorbed at once, the body growsfat. Improperly digested food moves slowly through the digestive tract, whereit becomes increasingly acidic (酸性的). To protect itsvital organs from this acidic waste, the body changes the acid into fat andstores it safely away from the organs.

        Processed foodscontain chemical elements, which might confuse the appetite mechanism thattells us when we’ve had enough to eat; as a result, people often overeat . Processedfoods also upset the digestive cycle. The body will either identify these foodsas allergens and then store them safely away from the organs as fat, or theremains of undigested food will become acidic and enter the bloodstream as acidwaste, which will stick to the blood vessel walls and block the passage ofvital oxygen and nutrients heading for the body’scells. The body’s metabolism(新陈代谢) becomes inactive, and then result is weight gain and obesity.

        The accumulationof acid in the digestive tract makes digestion increasingly inefficient. Whenthat happens, even healthy foods can become acidic and the food allergies willbecome more common.

        To stop thisvicious(恶性的) circle in its tracks, people need to consume food and supplementsthat will neutralize (使…中和)the acid already accumulatedin body. Eating the right types of raw and whole foods can help. it’s also important to restore your enzyme balance. You need toidentify and avoid the foods that cause acid accumulation and consume the foodsthat increase enzyme production. If you truly want to change and help your bodyheal itself , you need to take an active approach.

What can we learn from the text?

AProcessed foods are good for our appetite mechanism

BEating the right types of raw and whole foods does good to our body

CThe accumulation of acid in the digestive tract makes digestion more effective

DProcessed foods also comfort the digestive tract

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                                E

        Electricaldevices(仪器)could soon use power made by human energy. Scientists say they havedeveloped an experimental device that produces electricity from the physicalmovement of a person walking , British scientist Max Donelan and otherscientists in Canada and the United States developed the device.

        The deviceconnects to a person’s knee. As the person walks ,the device captures energy each timethe person slows down. To do this ,the device helps with the slowing sownmovement of the leg, the movements of the walking person push parts of a smallmachine that produces electricity. Using the device, an adult walking quicklycould produce thirteen watts of electricity in just a minute. Donelan sayswalking at that speed could produce enough power to operate a laptop computerfor six minutes.

        There areseveral possible uses for the device. Developers say it could help people whowork in areas without electricity to operate small computers. The device couldalso he used in hospitals to operate heart pacemakers(起博器), it could even be used to assist inthe movement of robotic arms and legs.

        The experimentalversion of the device weighs about one and a half kilograms, but it is toocostly for most people to buy, but the researchers hope to make a lighter, lesscostly version, An improved version should be ready in one year.

        The developershope the device will one day help developing countries; nearly twenty fivepercent of people around the world live without electric power.

        A similarproduct was invented in 2005 by Larry Rome of the University of Pennsylvania,He created a bag carried on a person’s back that also produces power from walking. The knee device doesnot produce as much electricity as the bag, but the bag requires the walker tocarry a load of twenty to thirty kilograms.

The second paragraph mainly talks about          .

Awho developed the device

Bhow the device works

Cseveral possible uses for the devices

Dhow much electricity the device can produce

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                                E

        Electricaldevices(仪器)could soon use power made by human energy. Scientists say they havedeveloped an experimental device that produces electricity from the physicalmovement of a person walking , British scientist Max Donelan and otherscientists in Canada and the United States developed the device.

        The deviceconnects to a person’s knee. As the person walks ,the device captures energy each timethe person slows down. To do this ,the device helps with the slowing sownmovement of the leg, the movements of the walking person push parts of a smallmachine that produces electricity. Using the device, an adult walking quicklycould produce thirteen watts of electricity in just a minute. Donelan sayswalking at that speed could produce enough power to operate a laptop computerfor six minutes.

        There areseveral possible uses for the device. Developers say it could help people whowork in areas without electricity to operate small computers. The device couldalso he used in hospitals to operate heart pacemakers(起博器), it could even be used to assist inthe movement of robotic arms and legs.

        The experimentalversion of the device weighs about one and a half kilograms, but it is toocostly for most people to buy, but the researchers hope to make a lighter, lesscostly version, An improved version should be ready in one year.

        The developershope the device will one day help developing countries; nearly twenty fivepercent of people around the world live without electric power.

        A similarproduct was invented in 2005 by Larry Rome of the University of Pennsylvania,He created a bag carried on a person’s back that also produces power from walking. The knee device doesnot produce as much electricity as the bag, but the bag requires the walker tocarry a load of twenty to thirty kilograms.

What is the disadvantage of the experimental version of the device?

AIt is too heavy for the walker to bear

BIt is too complex for people to use

CIt is too expensive for most people to afford

DIt will slow down one’s walking speed

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                                E

        Electricaldevices(仪器)could soon use power made by human energy. Scientists say they havedeveloped an experimental device that produces electricity from the physicalmovement of a person walking , British scientist Max Donelan and otherscientists in Canada and the United States developed the device.

        The deviceconnects to a person’s knee. As the person walks ,the device captures energy each timethe person slows down. To do this ,the device helps with the slowing sownmovement of the leg, the movements of the walking person push parts of a smallmachine that produces electricity. Using the device, an adult walking quicklycould produce thirteen watts of electricity in just a minute. Donelan sayswalking at that speed could produce enough power to operate a laptop computerfor six minutes.

        There areseveral possible uses for the device. Developers say it could help people whowork in areas without electricity to operate small computers. The device couldalso he used in hospitals to operate heart pacemakers(起博器), it could even be used to assist inthe movement of robotic arms and legs.

        The experimentalversion of the device weighs about one and a half kilograms, but it is toocostly for most people to buy, but the researchers hope to make a lighter, lesscostly version, An improved version should be ready in one year.

        The developershope the device will one day help developing countries; nearly twenty fivepercent of people around the world live without electric power.

        A similarproduct was invented in 2005 by Larry Rome of the University of Pennsylvania,He created a bag carried on a person’s back that also produces power from walking. The knee device doesnot produce as much electricity as the bag, but the bag requires the walker tocarry a load of twenty to thirty kilograms.

Compared with the device designed by Larry Rome, this new device          .

Aproduces power without adding more loads to the walker

Bcan produce more power in a much shorter time

Cneeds to be equipped with a battery

Dcan help the walker walk faster

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                                E

        Electricaldevices(仪器)could soon use power made by human energy. Scientists say they havedeveloped an experimental device that produces electricity from the physicalmovement of a person walking , British scientist Max Donelan and otherscientists in Canada and the United States developed the device.

        The deviceconnects to a person’s knee. As the person walks ,the device captures energy each timethe person slows down. To do this ,the device helps with the slowing sownmovement of the leg, the movements of the walking person push parts of a smallmachine that produces electricity. Using the device, an adult walking quicklycould produce thirteen watts of electricity in just a minute. Donelan sayswalking at that speed could produce enough power to operate a laptop computerfor six minutes.

        There areseveral possible uses for the device. Developers say it could help people whowork in areas without electricity to operate small computers. The device couldalso he used in hospitals to operate heart pacemakers(起博器), it could even be used to assist inthe movement of robotic arms and legs.

        The experimentalversion of the device weighs about one and a half kilograms, but it is toocostly for most people to buy, but the researchers hope to make a lighter, lesscostly version, An improved version should be ready in one year.

        The developershope the device will one day help developing countries; nearly twenty fivepercent of people around the world live without electric power.

        A similarproduct was invented in 2005 by Larry Rome of the University of Pennsylvania,He created a bag carried on a person’s back that also produces power from walking. The knee device doesnot produce as much electricity as the bag, but the bag requires the walker tocarry a load of twenty to thirty kilograms.

From the passage, we can learn that the electrical device can          .

Ahelp housewives operate the washing machine

Bmake it much easier for us to go online

Cproduce more electricity than that invented by Larry Rome

Dbe applied in medical fields to operate heart pacemakers

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                                E

        Electricaldevices(仪器)could soon use power made by human energy. Scientists say they havedeveloped an experimental device that produces electricity from the physicalmovement of a person walking , British scientist Max Donelan and otherscientists in Canada and the United States developed the device.

        The deviceconnects to a person’s knee. As the person walks ,the device captures energy each timethe person slows down. To do this ,the device helps with the slowing sownmovement of the leg, the movements of the walking person push parts of a smallmachine that produces electricity. Using the device, an adult walking quicklycould produce thirteen watts of electricity in just a minute. Donelan sayswalking at that speed could produce enough power to operate a laptop computerfor six minutes.

        There areseveral possible uses for the device. Developers say it could help people whowork in areas without electricity to operate small computers. The device couldalso he used in hospitals to operate heart pacemakers(起博器), it could even be used to assist inthe movement of robotic arms and legs.

        The experimentalversion of the device weighs about one and a half kilograms, but it is toocostly for most people to buy, but the researchers hope to make a lighter, lesscostly version, An improved version should be ready in one year.

        The developershope the device will one day help developing countries; nearly twenty fivepercent of people around the world live without electric power.

        A similarproduct was invented in 2005 by Larry Rome of the University of Pennsylvania,He created a bag carried on a person’s back that also produces power from walking. The knee device doesnot produce as much electricity as the bag, but the bag requires the walker tocarry a load of twenty to thirty kilograms.

What would be the best title for the passage           .

AFirst device powered by walking will soon be on the market

BAdvanced technology brings in a new way to operate heart pacemakers

CDevice gives new meaning to the idea of power walking

DHuman energy will become a main source of electricity

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第二节:完形填空(共20题,每小题1.5分,满分30分)

    阅读下面短文,从短文后所给各题的四个选项(A.B.C和D)中,选出可以填入空白处的最佳选项。

        One day I visited an art museum while waiting for my husband to finish a business meeting . I was expecting a quiet  21 of the splendid artwork.

        A young  22 viewing the paintings ahead of me  23 nonstop between themselves. I watched them a moment and decided the lady was doing all the talking. I admired the man’s  24 for putting up with her  25 stream of words.  26 by their noise, I moved on.

        I met them several times as I moved  27 the various rooms of art, Each time I heard her continuous flow of words, I moved away  28 .

        I was standing at the counter of the museum gift shop making a  29 when the couple approached the  30 . Before they left, the man  31 into his pocket and pulled out a white object. He  32 it into a long sick and then  33 his way into the coatroom to get his wife’s jacket.

        “He′s a  34 man.” The clerk at the counter said. “Most of us would give up if we were blinded at such a young age, During his recovery, he made a promise his life wouldn’t change. So, as before, he and his wife come in  35 there is a new art show.”

        “But what does he get out of the art?”I asked .“He can’t see.”

        “Can’t see? You’re  36 . He sees a lot, More than you and I do,” the clerk said, “His wife  37 each painting so he can see it in his head.”

        I learned something about patience,  38 and love that day. I saw the patience of a young wife describing paintings to a person without  39 and the courage of a husband who would not  40 blindness to change his life. And I saw the love shared by two people as I watched this couple walk away, their arms intertwined.

21.

    A. view             B. touch               

    C. wander        D.scenery

22.

    A. lady             B. man             

    C. couple         D. clerk

23.

    A. yelled           B. argued              

    C. screamed     D.chatted

24.

    A. attempt         B. patience           

    C.wisdom          D. independence

25.

    A. vivid              B. constant           

    C.casual             D.exciting

26.

    A. Adopted        B. Adapted         

    C.Conducted      D. Disturbed

27.

    A. towards          B. to                  

    C.through           D. from

28.

    A. anxiously        B. slowly              

    C.quickly             D. sensibly

29.

    A. comment         B. decision           

    C. purchase          D.profit

30.

    A. entrance           B. queue               

    C. front                 D. exit

31.

    A. plugged           B. reached         

    C.held                   D.bent

32.

    A. lengthened       B.made                

    C.brought             D. broadened

33.

    A. led                    B. found               

    C.forced                D.tapped

34.

    A. brave                B. rough               

    C. smart                D. generous

35.

    A. wherever           B. whatever           

    C. whenever          D.whichever

36.

    A. wrong               B. silly               

    C. equal                 D. unique

37.

    A.describes            B. draws               

    C. shows                D. decorates

38.

    A. kindness            B. courage         

    C.enthusiasm         D. pride

39.

    A. support             B. expectation            

    C.sight                   D.confidence

40.

    A. allow                 B. hope                

    C. get                    D. cause

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第一节  阅读表达(共7小题,67题2分,其余各题每题3分,满分20分)

    阅读下面的短文,并根据短文后的要求答题(请注意问题后的字数要求)。

        [1]When children go to camp, they are on their own, sometimes for the very first time in their lives. They have to decide what to wear , what to eat and which activities to participate in . As a result they develop confidence and independence.

        [2]As self-respect develops from learning to be on their own, children continues to try new activities . Also it is possible that they will engage in what they are unfamiliar with. In school, children do not experience success in the same way. Camp can be a school without failure because just having fun makes them a success.

        [3] One of the greatest benefits of a camp experience is that children develop social skills. In camp setting, a good counselor(顾问) will make sure that every camper is included in the activity and that each child interacts with the others in a positive way. They learn to give and take, and they learn how to work and cooperate, Something as simple as clean-up , is not only there to get the cabin clean, but to promote a team atmosphere of working sogether which in turn results in friendship.

        [4] The obvious benefit of camp is that campers make long lasting friendships .These friendships can often be unique and special because campers are living with each other and see the true personalities. Children learn to see others from a different viewpoint. Children tend to be accepted for who they are and do not have to be concerned about what they wear, what they are good at and how they look. This is because in a camp setting , respect and caring finally win out over materialistic(唯物的)objectives.

        [5] In a word, camp does give children fun, friends and fulfillment.

66. What is the passage mainlyabout?(No more that 10 words)

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67. The underlined phrase“on their own”inParagraph 1 can be replaced by     .(No more than one word)

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68. According to Paragraph 2, whatmakes camping different from a school?(No more than one word)

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69. What is the main idea of Paragraph3 ?(No more than 10 words)

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70. According to paragraph 4 ,why cancamping improve friendship?(No more than 15 words)

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71. Explain the underlined sentence inParagraph3.

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72. According to the author, what canchildren get from camping?(No more than 4 words)

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第二节  第二节作文(满分30分)

    假设你是正在读高三的李林,你的好友张华最近给你来信,想了解你的近况,请你用英语给他写一封回信,告诉他进入高三以来你学习以及生活情况的变化,主要内容包括:

    1学习态度与学习压力的变化;

    2时间安排的变化;

    3你后期的打算(两点)。

注意:1内容包括以上要点,但不要逐句翻译;

        2字数120左右,文章开头已提供,不计入总词数。

Dear Zhang Hua,

        I’m happy to have received your letter. Now I’m writing to express my thanks for your care and tell you something about my study and life.

                                                                                                                

                                                    Yours,

                                                    Li Lin

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