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1. 【题文】 Just a few hours ago, the Italian ship Andrea Doria was sailing through thick fog toward the city of New York. Captain Piero Calamai kept watch. He knew that many other ships were nearby. He should have slowed down because of the fog but he decided not to. He wanted to arrive on time the next morning. At about 11∶00 PM, another ship, the Stockholm, suddenly hit the Andrea Doria. It made a huge hole in the Italian ship. Some people were badly hurt. Others fell into the sea. But one girl was saved by the Stockholm. Linda Morgan was fourteen. She lived in Spain with her mother and her little sister. She was going to visit her father in New York. She was excited about seeing her father. Linda had loved the trip. She wanted to have dinner with the captain on the last night at sea. The captain did not sit at his table that night,though. He was busy guiding the ship through the fog. Linda did not get to talk to him. When Linda went to bed, everything seemed fine. Her mother turned off the lights. Linda talked to her little sister. She thought about seeing her father the next morning. What happened next was a terrible surprise. Linda woke up not knowing where she was. She was not in her bed. When she called to her family,no one answered. Both her knees were broken. Linda had been saved by an amazing accident. When the Stockholm made a hole in the side of the Andrea Doria,it lifted Linda out of her bed. She landed on the deck (甲板) of the Stockholm instead of falling into the ocean. A sailor heard her cries and found her. Right now,the girl is in the hospital. She is expected to get better. Her father is at her side,glad that his little girl was saved. The Andrea Doria lies under the waves at the bottom of the sea. 1. Why didn’t Captain Piero Calamai reduce the speed? A.He didn’t want to be late. B.He went crazy because of the bad weather. C.He thought the fog was not serious. D.He had rich experience. 2. Linda didn’t have dinner with the captain because_________. A .she forgot it B. she was sick in bed C. he was busy with his work D. he hadn’t been told about it 3. When the accident happened,________. A.Linda was asleep B.the day was about to break C.few people were killed D.the Andrea Doria hit a hole in the Stockholm 4. What can we learn from the passage? A.Linda hated the trip very much. B.Linda was saved by the Stockholm. C.Linda lived with her father in Spain. D.The Andrea Doria wasn’t badly damaged. 5. What’s the main idea of the passage? A.A little girl’s braveness moved people. B.Andrea Doria sailed through thick fog. C.The Italian ship Andrea Doria was hit by Stockholm. D.A fourteenyearold girl was saved by accident after the crash. 【答案】ACABD 【解析】 【试源】2016 届广东省南澳县南澳中学高二上学期期末考试

【结束】 2.【题文】Usain Bolt is the fastest man in the world, winning three gold medals at the 2008 Olympic Games in Beijing, and becoming the first man in Olympic history to win both the 100-meter and 200-meter races. Usain Bolt was born in Jamaica on August 21,1986. “When I was young, I didn’t really think about anything other than sports,” he said. As early as age 14, Bolt astounded his fans with his lightening speed, and he won his first high school championships medal in 2001. At age 15, Bolt took his first shot at success on the world stage at the 20002 World Junior Championships in Kingston, Jamaica, where he won the 200-meter race, making him the youngest world-junior gold medalist ever. Bolt’s speed impressed the athletics world, and he received the International Association of Athletics Foundation’s Rising Star Award that year and soon was called “Lightening Bolt”. In the 100-meter final at the Beijing Summer Olympics, Bolt broke the world record, winning in 9.69 seconds. Bolt’s achievements have earned him many awards, including the IAAF World Athlete of the Year (twice), Track & Field Athlete of the Year, and Laureus Sportsman of the Year. At the 2012 London Summer Olympic Games, Bolt won his fourth Olympic gold medal in the men’s 100-meter race. Bolt ran the race in 9.63 seconds, a new Olympic record, he went on to compete in the men’s 200 and also won the gold medal. He is the first man to win both the 100-meter and 200-meter races in consecutive (连续的) Olympics. Following his 200 meters, Bolt detailed his pride over his 2012 performance in an interview: “It’s what I came here to do. I’m now a legend. I’m also the greatest athlete alive. I’ve got nothing left to prove. 1. Bolt got the name “Lightning Bolt” after he _______. A. received his fourth Olympic gold medal B.won his first high school championships medal C. broke the world record at the Beijing Olympics D. became the youngest world-junior gold medalist 2. The underlined word “astounded” in Paragraph 2 can be replaced by “____”. A. helped B. annoyed C. surprised D. connected 3. We can infer from the passage that Bolt____. A. had no interest in sports at a young age B. holds the Olympic record for the 100 meters C. won four gold medals at the 2008 and 2012 Olympics D. ran faster in the men’s 200 in London Olympics than in Beijing Olympics 4. The author develops the passage mainly by____. A. following the order of time B. providing a series of figures C. presenting different people’s opinions D. using Bolt’s words from different periods 5. For what purpose is the passage written? A. Sharing Bolt’s growth experiences. B. Introducing Bolt’s achievements. C. Explaining the secrets behind the success of Bolt. D. Encouraging teenagers to learn from Bolt. 【答案】DCBAB 【解析】

【试源】2016 届广东省南澳县南澳中学高二上学期期末考试 【结束】 3. 【题文】 LOS ANGELES--- Researchers at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) have studied the role airports play in spreading disease and pandemics. They found that airports in New York, Los Angeles and Honolulu can spread disease more aggressively than others. Airports and planes move more than only people. They have also transported diseases such as influenza, SARS, and turburculosis. Some airports in the United States are able to spread disease more quickly, according to researchers at MIT. They looked at the volume of traffic, the amount of long-range travel and connections from certain airports. New York’s Kennedy airport and LAX in Los Angeles ranked highest by those measurements. Researcher Ruben Juanes was surprised that Honolulu’s smaller airport ranked third in its ability to spread a pandemic. In an interviewJuanes explains why. “It’s in the middle of the ocean so virtually every connection is a long-range connection that can take away infected passengers very quickly over many thousands of kilometers. And even though the number of connections is small, a large fraction of them are centers of Asia or North America,” Juanes stated. Thomas Valente, professor of preventive medicine at the University of Southern California, says the study is a reminder that airports can spread pandemics more easily than other transportation centers. “Airports move people around and, when you’re at an airport, you have time to wait for a plane to leave or if you’re meeting somebody for it to land," said Valente. "So there’s lots of people sitting very near to each ohter waiting for things to happen.” Sometimes a traveler catches a disease that originated far from home. “Not only will we see more pandemics but we are all globally at more risk to things that are happening in other places,” Valente added. Jonathan Samet heads the Institute for Global Health at the Universtiy of Southern California. “Many infections are spread just simply by people touching the same surfaces that are contaminated," he said. "So on airplanes again bathrooms, doorknobs(门把手) are places where infections might spread." Health experts say frequent handwashing is a precaution travelers can take to prevent illness when they’re on the plane or at the airport. MIT’s Ruben Juanes says the study may help forecast how disease will spread when another outbreak occurs. 1. The researchers came to the conclusion that some airports spread disease more easily by____. A. showing several true incidents B. interviewing the passengers C. taking some measurements D. collecting the general public’s opinions 2. Why was Ruben Juanes surprised at Honolulu’s airport’s ability to spread disease? A. It mainly offers short trips. B. it has few plane connections. B. It is far away from the city center. D. it is small in size. 3. Which of the following may Thomas Valente agree with? A. People at an airport are always in a hurry.

B. There will be fewer pandemics in the near future. C. Diseases at an airport come from a place not so far. D. Crowds of people at and airport lead to the spread of disease. 4. What can we do to protect ourselves awa from illness at airports? A. Don’t use the bathrooms. B. Don’t touch the doors. C. Wash our hands frequently. D. Stay at airports for a short time. 5. What’s the passage mainly about? A. The ways to avoid the spread of disease at airports. B. Three researchers’ opinion on the spread of disease at airports. C. Diseases such as influenza and SARS spread more easily at airports. D. Some airports in the United States spread disease more easily than others. 【答案】CDDCD 【解析】 【试源】2016 届广东省南澳县南澳中学高二上学期期末考试 【结束】 4.【题文】随着环境的恶化,政府呼吁大众要保护环境。 With the deterioration of the environment, the government is ____________ ________ the public _____ _________ the environment. 【答案】appealing to; to protect 【解析】 【试源】2016 届湖北省孝感高级中学高二上学期期末考试 【结束】 5.【题文】据预测那些犯人下周试图逃跑。 ______ _______ __________ that the prisoners will ___________ to escape next week. 【答案】It is predicted; attempt 【解析】 【试源】2016 届湖北省孝感高级中学高二上学期期末考试 【结束】 6.【题文】在会议上,他提出了一个建议,要求每个成员都要互相帮助。 At the meeting, he ______ __________ ______ _________ that each member should help with each other. 【答案】put forward a suggestion 【解析】 【试源】2016 届湖北省孝感高级中学高二上学期期末考试 【结束】 7.【题文】很遗憾我们没有时间去参加你们的婚礼。

_____ ______ ______ _______ _______ we have no time to attend your wedding. 【答案】It is a pity that 【解析】 【试源】2016 届湖北省孝感高级中学高二上学期期末考试 【结束】 8.【题文】有这么多可以选择的书籍,学生们会很高兴的。 ______ so many books_____ ___________ _________, students will be very happy. 【答案】With; to choose from 【解析】 【试源】2016 届湖北省孝感高级中学高二上学期期末考试 【结束】 9.【题文】正如俗话说的,勿以貌取人。 ________ an old saying goes, do not _______ ________ one’s appearance. 【答案】As; judge by 【解析】 【试源】2016 届湖北省孝感高级中学高二上学期期末考试 【结束】 10.【题文】年轻时我也吸烟上瘾了。 During adolescence I also smoked and became _________ ________ cigarettes. 【答案】addicted to 【解析】 【试源】2016 届湖北省孝感高级中学高二上学期期末考试 【结束】 11.【题文】钱用完了,Tom 冒险替别人改装跑车。 Money _________ ________, Tom _______ _____________ racing cars for others. 【答案】running out; risked transforming 【解析】 【试源】2016 届湖北省孝感高级中学高二上学期期末考试 【结束】 12.【题文】假如你校举办了一次关于学习障碍的专家讲座,请根据以下内容写一篇英语短 文,并在英语课上向你的同学介绍相关情况。 【写作内容】 主题 学习障碍

人数及特点 成功的学障者 收获 感想

学习障碍者占总人口的 3% -5% 听说读写能力出现困难 爱因斯坦 开始理解为何一些同学无论怎样努力都没有取得好成绩; 不该取笑他们; 给予学障者尊重,并帮助他们找到合适的学习方法。

【写作要求】只能使用 5 个句子表达全部所给内容。 参考词汇:学习障碍 learning difficulties(LD);爱因斯坦 Einstein 温馨提示:请将答案相对应填写在答题卡或答题纸上,否则无效! 【答案】Possible version Today I attended a lecture about learning difficulties (LD). I was surprised to find that 3% -5% of people have LD, a disorder that makes them have great trouble in listening, speaking, reading and writing. However, if they can learn in special ways, they can still be successful, like Einstein, the great scientist who learned to be successful used to be a child with learning difficulties. I began to understand why some students can’t get good grades no matter how hard they try. So in my opinion, I think we shouldn’t tease them but instead we should respect and help them and believe they can do better when they find their own way of learning.

【解析】 【试源】2016 届广东省南澳县南澳中学高二上学期期末考试 【结束】 13.【题文】Where the heart is? In three days I will leave China behind for a few weeks and head back to Australia to spend time with my family and friends. This will be a very 1 trip for me as, for the first time ever, I will not be 2 to my hometown. You see, my parents sold their house in my hometown and moved about 200 kilometers away. As it 3 me that I would be returning to a whole new place, I was 4 with two questions: Do I still have a hometown? Where is my home? I needed to do some research. After reading A Story from the Chinese Diaspora, I learned I was not alone in feeling 5 about where I call home. In the story, a Chinese American girl 6 with finding her identity and 7 her past with her present. I realized the place we live now and the place we lived then, have a great 8 over who we are, where we long to be and where we feel 9 and safety. Back to My Motherland 10 of a woman who left her motherland years ago and started a new life in America--the place she now calls home. But, 11 some people move on from their hometown and 12 a new life somewhere else, others have a strong 13 to the city that they grew up in. In Hometown Boy we learn of a man who clings(坚持) to his 14 and continues to make his hometown a 15 of his life for now and for the future. He makes it his 16 to give back to the community that has given so much to him and his family. As I 17 the days until I head back to my motherland and 18 where exactly my home is, I am 19 to decide where my heart is. And quite 20 , my heart is wherever I am. 1. A. unique B. serious C. strange D. curious 2. A. removing B. referring C. returning D. relating 3. A. impressed B. clarified C. occurred D. struck

4. A. satisfied 5. A. excited 6. A. sticks 7. A. connecting 8. A. difference 9. A. unrest 10. A. tells 11. A. why 12. A. expand 13. A. commitment 14. A. bases 15. A. part 16. A. urge 17. A. account for 18. A. foresee 19. A. forced 20. A. awfully

B. presented B. convinced B. struggles B. consulting B. influence B. tension B. shows B. how B. trend B. attachment B. rules B. sign B. duty B. appeal to B. remind B. annoyed B. gently

C. appointed C. depressed C. starts C. confirming C. impression C. comfort C. talks C. while C. survive C. devotion C. roots C. role C. conduct C. centre upon C. consider C. sacred C. merely

D. charged D. confused D. supplies D. contenting D. advantage D. stress D. learns D. where D. build D. ambition D. tasks D. soul D. purpose D. count down D. expect D. directed D. simply

【答案】ACDBD BABCA CDBCA BDCAD 【解析】 【试源】2016 届湖北宜昌市第一中学高二 3 月月考 【结束】 14.【题文】My mother is the only living person who has never communicated via email or text. She has never turned on a computer, registered an email account, used data storage media or searched the Internet. Since 1955, she has settled in Silicon Valley, married to an extremely technical specialist in applied physics and engineering, designing photometric systems for NASA. Only when Dad suffered from cancer could we convince her she needed a cell phone. Mom’s being separated from the information age is voluntary and deliberate. Mom is still that farm girl, and she takes the most pride in it. She sees her neighbor and her community “real”. She shows no interest in the digital and virtual life. My mother saw Depression, World War II and the beginning of the Cold War before reaching voting age. She enjoyed country music on “The Sons of the Pioneers”, a Canadian broadcast. The battery was so precious a resource that radio was limited to the barn because Grandma thought it helped cows produce milk. In the age when Churchill moved millions for the first time with radio broadcasts, she only experienced live media monthly, if at all. In her early twenties, Mom completed nurses’ training and worked in that field before marriage, family and church became her life’s concerns. She never really warmed up to television, though I think she appreciated a few of the series we watched, comedies like All in the Family. Computers, the Internet and mobile apps are simply not part of her experience. Mom disagrees with the opinion that technology simplifies life. In her life, she sees online records, email and paperless systems as mysteries in which no written reference can assist her. However, I can partly understand: I like such kind of experience and relationship one has with physical books. I am a child of television who only recently switched to online viewing. I’ve

written down my awkward, love-hate relationship with my devices. Mom’s technophobia surely played a role here, but it works for her. She’s happiest as she is. 1. The author’s mother began to use mobile phone when . A. she found it hard to contact with her husband B. she settled in Silicon Valley for fifty years C. she got marred to a technical specialist D. her husband suffered from cancer 2. What is the author’s mother most proud of according to the passage? A. Having so many close neighbors. B. Experiencing too much all her life. C. Living simply and in her own style. D. Being involved in modern technology. 3. What is the author’s attitude towards his mother’s such kind of experience? A. Critical. B. Positive. C. Neutral. D. Negative. 4. It is implied in the underlined sentence that . A. the author should make efforts to learn from his mother B. the author prefers watching movies online to watching TV C. Mom’s attitude towards technology has an effect on the author D. Mom should also set down the relationship with physical books

【答案】DCBC 【解析】 【试源】2016 届湖北宜昌市第一中学高二 3 月月考 【结束】 15. 【 题 文 】 With the fog-haze weather appearing frequently, nowadays many a citizen _____________________ live where the air is fresher. (desire) 由于雾霾天气频繁出现,现在很多市民正渴望生活在空气更清新的地方。 【答案】is desiring to 【解析】 【试源】2016 届湖北宜昌市第一中学高二 3 月月考 【结束】 73. 16. 【 题 文 】 If you had expressed yourself in another way, the clerk ____________________ all through the campaign.(conduct) 如果你用另外一种方式表达自己,那个店员在整个争论中会表现好的。 【答案】would have conducted himself well 【解析】 【试源】2016 届湖北宜昌市第一中学高二 3 月月考 【结束】 17.【题文】______________________ the new teaching system, the foreign student began to

fit in well with his new classmates and made great progress. (adapt) 适应了新的教育系统后, 那个外国学生开始融入了他的新同学中并取得了很大进步。 【答案】having adapted to 【解析】 【试源】2016 届湖北宜昌市第一中学高二 3 月月考 【结束】 18.【题文】Though tomorrow would be the first day for little Jenny to attend school, with ______________________, she felt a little excited instead of anxiety. (accompany) 尽管明天是小珍妮第一天上学,但是有她妈妈陪她,她感到有点兴奋而不是焦虑。 【答案】her mother to accompany her 【解析】 【试源】2016 届湖北宜昌市第一中学高二 3 月月考 【结束】 19.【题文】每个人对待幸福的态度和感觉都不一样,请你就 What Is Happiness? 这一话题谈 谈你对幸福的看法。 主要内容如下: 1.不同的人对幸福有不同的看法(从物质、精神等方面分析); 2.我对幸福的看法。 注意: 1.词数不少于 120; 2.不能使用真实姓名和学校名称。

【答案】 Happiness means different things to different people. Some people believe that if they are wealthy, they will be able to do anything they want, which means happiness. Some other people believe that holding a high position in the government is happiness. In this way, they have not only money but also power, which can’t be bought by money. However, there are still some people who have quite opposite opinions. They value their belief, or their intelligence, or their health, which they think can make them happy. For me, happiness is closely tied to my studies, my work and my family. When I make great progress in studies, when I make contributions to the society through my work, when all the members in my family live in harmony, sharing good and sad times, I will be happy. Although the definition of happiness depends on each individual, my “wealth” of happiness is in my studies, my work and my family. 【解析】 【试源】2016 届湖北宜昌市第一中学高二 3 月月考 【结束】 20. 【题文】 Why do young adult children become independent so much later than they did in 1970, when the average age of independent living was 21? Why have reduced class sizes and increased per-pupil expenditures (花销) not 1 higher academic achievement levels? Why is the mental health

of today’s kids so poor when 2 with that of children in the 1960s and before? Why do today’s 3 become defensive when told by teachers that their children have misbehaved in school? The answer in two words: parental 4 . Those two words best summarize the 5 between “old” child raising and new, post-1960s parenting. Then, the overall philosophy was that parents were not to be 6 involved with their kids. They were available 7 crisis, but they stood a (an) 8 distance from their kids and allowed them to experience the benefits of the trial-and-error process. It was the child’s 9 , back then, to keep his or her parents from getting involved. That was 10 children learned to be responsible and determined. Today’s parents help their kids with almost everything. These are parents who are 11 when it comes to an understanding of their purpose in their kids,lives. Their involvement leads them to personalize everything that happens to their kids; 12, the defensiveness. But given that schools and mental health professionals have been pushing parent involvement for nearly four decades, the confusion and defensiveness are 13 . University researchers analyzed three decades of data relating to parent participation in children’s academics. Their conclusions 14 what I’ve been saying since the 1980s: parental help with homework 15 a child’s academic achievement and is not reflected on standardized tests. Parents who manage a child’s social life interfere with the 16 of good social skills. Parents who manage a child’s after-school activities grow kids who don’t know how to 17 their own free time. Parents who get involved in their kids, 18 with peers grow kids who don’t know how to avoid much less trouble. These kids have anxieties and fears of all sorts and don’t want to leave their 19 . And their parents, when the time comes, don’t know how to 20 being parents. You can imagine what will become of their future. 1. A. counted on B. resulted in C. touched on D. taken in 2. A. associated B. linked C. compared D. matched 3. A. parents B. adolescents C. psychologists D. youths 4. A. assistance B. protection C. involvement D. preference 5. A. differences B. similarities C. choices D. relations 6. A. slightly B. passively C. highly D. fairly 7. A. in case of B. in spite of C. in view of D. in fear of 8. A. equal B. safe C. long D. short 9. A. fault B. turn C. job D. attitude 10. A. when B. how C. why D. what 11. A. confused B. disappointed C. amazed D. satisfied 12. A. however B. still C. yet D. thus 13. A. unreasonable B. changeable C. understandable D. avoidable 14. A. confirmed B. convinced C. realized D. reflected 15. A. decides B. lowers C. helps D. stimulates 16. A. appearance B. performance C. establishment D. development 17. A. value B. devote C. fill D. save 18. A. communication B. conflicts C. cooperation D. competitions 19. A. home B. school C. career D. profession 20. A. start B. ignore C. consider D. stop

【答案】BCACA CABCB ADCAB DCBAD 【解析】 【试源】2015 届江苏省南京市、盐城市江高三第二次模拟考试 【结束】 1.【题文】Metropolitan North Georgia Water Planning District 2015 High School Video Contest Here’s the Scoop on Pet Waste! Submission Deadline March 27, 2015. Eligibility Judging Ninth, tenth, eleventh and twelfth grade Submissions will be judged based on the students that attend schools located in following criteria: Bartow, Cherokee, Clayton, Cobb, ? incorporation of the “Here’s the Scoop Coweta, DeKalb, Douglas, Fayette, on Pet Waste’’ message. Use the "Here's Fulton, Forsyth, Gwinnett, Hall, Henry, the Scoop on Pet Waste’’ messaging fact Paulding and Rockdale counties are sheet for background information on the invited to participate in the video issue. contest. Entries can be a team or ? Composition (length, technical individual effort. construction, audio quality). Guidelines ?Entertainment value. ?Each video must be uploaded to ?Accuracy of information. YouTube. The video’s YouTube link ?Creativity. must be included in the Prizes entry/release form. ?1st Place $1500 ?Team members must be from the ?2nd Place $1000 same school. ? 3rd Place $500 ?The video must be between 30-60 50% of the prize money will go to the individual or seconds in length. team who submits the video and 50% to the high ?No professional assistance or use school they attend. Winners will be notified of copyright material is allowed, directly. including background music. ?Each student participating in the contest or appearing in the video must fill out a form. For teams, submit an entry/release form for each team member. ?One video per team or individual. ?All entry/release forms must be postmarked or received by Friday, March 27, 2015. Email: kvaIlianos@atlantaregional.com OR Mail: 2015 Water Video Contest Metro Water District 40 Courtland

Street, NE Atlanta, GA 30303 Page 1 of 3 www.northgeorgiawater.org 1. What does the underlined word “Eligibility” probably mean? A. Age. B. Qualification. C. Location. D. Grade. 2. When entering the contest, ________. A. one must ask his or her teacher to sign the entry form B. winners can earn at least $750 as a prize C. one can invite friends from other schools to act in the video D. participants had better add some humor and fun to the video 【答案】BD 【解析】 【试源】2015 届江苏省南京市、盐城市江高三第二次模拟考试 【结束】 2.【题文】The other morning on the subway I sat next to an attractive young blonde woman who was reading something on her iPad. She was very well-dressed, carrying a Prada bag with tastefully applied make-up indeed, she had an unmistakable air of wealth, material success and even authority. I suspected she worked as a highly-paid Wall Street lawyer or stockbroker or something of that sort. So, I was curious to see what she was so focused on. The Wall Street Journal perhaps? The Economist? Quite the contrary; rather, she was concentrating on a romance novel. Then I realized that I have known many women who love romance novels—smart, attractive, successful, “liberated,” modem females who nonetheless find some kind of deep satisfaction and thrill from those hyper-romantic, artificial and extremely unrealistic tales of handsome, manly heroes falling in love with virginal women, enduring a series of adventures, then no doubt having a happy ending. These romance stories are to literature what hot dogs are to fine food. Yet, the genre(体裁) remains enormously popular. Consider some of these surprising statistics from the good folks at the Romance Writers of America (RWA): *More than 9,000 romance titles were released last year, with sales of about $1.44 billion (more than triple the revenues generated by classic literary fiction). *More than 90 percent of the market are women (okay, that’s not at all surprising). * Readers are typically women between the ages 30 and 54 who are themselves involved in a romantic relationship (betraying the stereotype that only lonely women long for these tales of love and adventure). *Almost 40 percent of romance book consumers have an annual income of between $50,000 and $99,900 (placing them firmly in the middle class). I had thought that romance novels accounted for a very small share of the literary market, so I was quite surprised that this part has such enormous popularity. But I must wonder why so many women—forty years after the women’s liberation movement continue to indulge in the fanciful tales? I’m not sure if it represents a kind of “rejection” of the women’s liberation movement, but clearly something is missing in the lives of contemporary ladies. A romance author named Donna Hatch who focuses on the Regency period (early 19th century Britain) explained the appeal of such

books this way: “Regency men were civilized and treated women with courtesy. When a lady entered the room, gentlemen stood, doffed their hats, offered an arm, bowed, and a hundred other little things I wish men still did today. But they were also very athletic; they hunted, raced, boxed, rode horses. They were manly. Strong. Noble. Honorable. And that is why I love them!” Mrs. Hatch may have expressed the secret desires and attitudes of untold millions of her peers---that is, in the early 21st century, have women grown tired of the burdens and expectations that the “freedoms” they have gained give them? Is this a rejection of modem feminism? Do women long for days of old when men were masculine gentlemen and women were feminine and protected as precious treasures and regarded as possessions? Perhaps most women (even the ones who get lost in romance novels) do not want to go all the way back but it is obvious, ▲ . 1. What is the function of the opening paragraph? A. To summarize the whole passage. B. To prove the author’s argument. C. To lead in the main topic of the passage. D. To raise problems that will be solved later. 2. What does the underlined sentence in the third paragraph imply? A. Romance novels are satisfying and thrilling. B. Romance novels are not of much “nutrition”. C. Romance novels are as popular as hot dogs. D. Romance novels are an essential part of contemporary life. 3. In the author’s opinion, what is missing in the lives of contemporary women? A. Authority. B. Dignity. C. Liberty. D. Care. 4. Which sentence can be put in the blank in the last paragraph? A. they prefer tales of innocent romance to classics B. they are unhappy with how the world has turned out C. true love described in romance novels does exist in reality D. romance novels provide them with an access to society 【答案】CBDB 【解析】 【试源】2015 届江苏省南京市、盐城市江高三第二次模拟考试 【结束】 3. 【题文】 For centuries, medical pioneers have refined a variety of methods and medicines to treat sickness, injury, and disability, enabling people to live longer and healthier lives. “A salamander (a small lizard-like animal) can grow back its leg. Why can't a human do the same?” asked Peruvian-born surgeon Dr. Anthony Atala in a recent interview. The question, a reference to work aiming to grow new limbs for wounded soldiers, captures the inventive spirit of regenerative medicine. This innovative field seeks to provide patients with replacement body parts. These parts are not made of steel; they are the real things --- living cells, tissue, and even organs. Regenerative medicine is still mostly experimental, with clinical applications limited to procedures such as growing sheets of skin on burns and wounds. One of its most significant

advances took place in 1999,when a research group at North Carolina’s Wake Forest Institute for Regenerative Medicine conducted a successful organ replacement with a laboratory-grown bladder. Since then, the team, led by Dr. Atala, has continued to generate a variety of other tissues and organs 一 from kidneys to ears. The field of regenerative medicine builds on work conducted in the early twentieth century with the first successful transplants of donated human soft tissue and bone. However, donor organs are not always the best option. First of all, they are in short supply, and many people die while waiting for an available organ; in the United States alone, more than 100,000 people are waiting for organ transplants. Secondly, a patient’s body may ultimately reject the transplanted donor organ. An advantage of regenerative medicine is that the tissues are grown from a patient’s own cells and will not be rejected by the body’s immune system. Today, several labs are working to create bioartificial body parts. Scientists at Columbia and Yale Universities have grown a jawbone and a lung. At the University of Minnesota, Doris Taylor has created a beating bioartificial rat heart. Dr. Atala’s medical team has reported long-term success with bioengineered bladders implanted into young patients with spina bifida (a birth defect that involves the incomplete development of the spinal cord). And at the University of Michigan, H. David Humes has created an artificial kidney. So far, the kidney procedure has only been used successfully with sheep, but there is hope that one day similar kidney will be implantable in a human patient. The continuing research of scientists such as these may eventually make donor organs unnecessary and, as a result, significantly increase individuals’ chances of survival. 1. In the latest field of regenerative medicine, what are replacement parts made of? A. Donated cells, tissues and organs. B. Rejected cells, tissues and organs. C. Cells, tissues and organs of one’s own. D. Cells, tissues and organs made of steel. 2. What have scientists experimented successfully on for a bioartificial kidney? A. Patients. B. Rats. C. Sheep. D. Soldiers. 3. Why is generative medicine considered innovative? A. It will provide patients with replacement soft tissues. B. It will strengthen the human body’s immune system. C. It will shorten the time patients waiting for a donated organ. D. It will make patients live longer with bioartificial organs. 4. What is the writer’s attitude towards regenerative medicine? A. Positive. B. Negative. C. Doubtful. D. Reserved.

【答案】CCDA 【解析】 【试源】2015 届江苏省南京市、盐城市江高三第二次模拟考试 【结束】 4.【题文】An old man in a faded yellow shirt sat in a windowless room on a raised concrete form. The only source of heat came from somewhere beneath the plastic mattress and the rough blanket

the blank-faced police woman had handed him after taking his thumb prints. He heard voices and metallic clang as the cell door swung open. At the front desk a tired looking policeman handed the old man back his belongings, his worn-out cap and the Seiko watch that had stopped working the day his beloved Evelyn left. The policeman dramatically held the blue plastic bag at an arm’s length to the old man who took it and made sure its contents were undamaged: the goat meat, palm oil, leaves and spices. He ignored the confused expression on the officer’s face and signed the document declaring he had been returned the possessions they had taken off him the night before. No one spoke to him as he walked slowly towards the exit. “Mr. Easy-nwa?” He stopped and prayed to the God who now took care of Evelyn to please take him far away from this unhappy place of expressionless faces, clipped accents and people who did not even attempt to pronounce his name right. “Ezenwa,” He said and looked at a woman with tangerine lips, her name tag said Jessica Harlow, Social Services. “A bit far from home, , ,she said as she drove fast and with confidence the way Evelyn used to. He wondered if she meant the 50 miles from Liverpool or the 50,000 miles from Enugu,a city in Nigeria. He did not bother replying as this woman had plenty to say about the weather, bad drivers, her daughter’s school play... At last she drew up outside the block of flats where he lived. “Got here in the end”,said she seriously, “Really Mr. Easy-nwa, if you keep getting lost, we will have to consider moving you into a home”. “No need, I was not lost, , , he answered. He carefully rolled up the sleeves of the oversize bomber jacket he wore and turned on the tap to wash his hands, relieved the pipes were not frozen. In a clean pan he placed the chopped pieces of goat meat. The herbs and spices that had taken him three months to track down, the uziza seeds had taken him into the heart of Granby Market in Liverpool, his uchanwu leaves down a shady back alley in Manchester, and yesterday, among other food items, the finest goat meat from a Sierra Leonean Butcher in Birmingham. That had taken some time, so much he missed the last train and when the police found him shivering outside the locked up station, so cold he couldn’t answer loudly enough the pink-faced big copper who yelled in his face, “What’s your name sir?” spraying his face with spittle (吐沫)as he did so, leaving them with no choice but to search an exhausted, frozen old black man and finding him in possession of mysterious condiments (调味品)including a bag of dried bitter-leaf which could of course be mistaken for anything that resulted in him getting read his rights and charged with ...possession??? He lifted the lid of the bubbling soup, the room was filled with the rich and spicy scent of his culinary (烹饪的)effort. He served two bowls, taking the chipped one and placing the other opposite where Evelyn would have sat. He would tell her about his adventure, it was their anniversary and this was the perfect pepper soup to celebrate. Ken Onyia, UK (Nigeria) Commonwealth Sport Short Story Prize 1. Why was Mr. Ezenwa taken to the prison for a night? A. He was too weak to move. B. He couldn’t find his way back home. C. He then had nowhere else to go. D. He was suspected of possessing drugs. 2. When Mr. Ezenwa was to leave the prison, ?

A. his thumb print was taken immediately B. the policeman was confused about what he had C. a social worker was assigned to drive him back home D. the policeman was so kind as not to damage his belongings 3. What did Mr. Ezenwa do for his wedding anniversary? A. He collected all sorts of valuables as presents. B. He cooked native food as a surprise for his wife. C. He prepared a special Nigerian pepper soup carefully. D. He travelled a lot, attempting to get his wife back. 4. What words can be used to describe Mr. Ezenwa? A. Hopeless and pessimistic. B. Mysterious and troublesome. C. Affectionate and persistent. D. Energetic and sympathetic. 5. What theme does the author want to express through the story? A. Racial prejudice. B. Hard life of the elderly. C. Struggle for freedom. D. Preservation of tradition. 【答案】DCCCA 【解析】 【试源】2015 届江苏省南京市、盐城市江高三第二次模拟考试 【结束】 5.【题文】Escape from FoMO Here’s a test you might enjoy: rate these situations on a number scale, ranging from 1 for mild discomfort to 7 for unbearable distress. Situation 1: you,re visiting New York City and realize there’s no way you’ll be able to get to all the exhibits, see all the recommended plays or take in even part of the “musts” . How do you feel now? Something like 5? Situation 2: you,re at dinner with friends, and you’ve all agreed to make it a strictly phone-free evening. But your smartphone won’t stop beeping Twitter and text alerts. Something is obviously up in your social network, but you can’t check. Even 7 wouldn’t match the stress you’re feeling now. Welcome to FoMO (Fear of Missing Out), the latest mental disorder caused by social media connections sharing updates that leaves individuals feeling that they are missing out on something more exciting, important, or interesting going on somewhere else. It is an outcome of technological advancement and booming social information. According to a recent study, 56 per cent of those who use social networks suffer this. It is not uncommon that at night when you’ve sworn again to put the phone aside or turn off the computer, you cast one last glance at the screen on your way to bed in case you miss some titbit (趣闻)supplied by mere acquaintances or even strangers’ requesting your “friendship”. We all know the studies showing that end-of-life regrets centre on what we didn’t do, rather than on what we did. If so, constantly watching others doing things that we are not is rich ground for a future of looking back in sorrow. Attractive online images—so charming from afar—make FoMO more destructive. Technology has become the major construct through which we define intimacy (亲密).You may look on in wonder as someone taps out an endless text message instead of actually talking to the person they’re with. Being connected to everyone, all the time, is a new

human experience; we,re just not equipped to cope with it yet. Researchers say our dependence on technology can be reduced if we manage to separate ourselves, even for short periods of time, from our gadgets. However, the problem can only be settled when we grasp that our brains and our humanity—not our technologies—enable this addiction. We cannot seek solutions without honestly asking ourselves why we are so afraid of missing out. Researchers find FoMO occurs mostly in people with unfulfilled psychological needs in fields such as love, respect and security. FoMO levels are highest in young people, in particular young men. What, then, can we do about something so damaging to our quality of life? The best way to cope with FoMO is to recognize that, at our fast-paced life, we are sometimes bound to miss out. Instead of trying to maximize our benefits, we seek a merely “good enough” result. If you still doubt that “good enough” is the best cure for FoMO, the words of the American essayist and poet Ralph Waldo Emerson might strike the right chord,“For everything you have missed, you have gained something else, and for everything you gain, you lose something else.” Escape from FoMO Main Points Details Concept of FoMO FoMO, constantly (1) ▲ our peace of mind, refers to the unease of feeling that we are not part of social connection. Examples of FoMO

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When having dinner with friends, we feel extremely depressed when (2) ▲ to check our social network. Determined as we are to put aside phones, we can’t shift our (3) ▲ from them until we go to bed.

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Technology develops and social information explodes.

Images of online friends (5) ▲ more to us, compared to our real world friends. Some of us attempt to feel(6) ▲ A fulfilled on social network. We are constantly (7) ▲ for things that we didn’t do. Bad effects of FoMO

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Communicating with friends in the virtual world gives(8) ▲ to the decline of important relationships with friends and family. Suggestions on avoiding ? FoMo Get (9) ▲ from the modern technology. Recognize that missing out is part of our life. Accept that (10) ▲ can sometimes be “a blessing in disguise”.

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【答案】1.disturbing 2.forbidden 3.attention 4.reasons/causes 5.appeal 6.psychologically7.sorry /regretful 8.rise 9.separated 10.losses/loss 【解析】 【试源】2015 届江苏省南京市、盐城市江高三第二次模拟考试 【结束】 6. 【题文】 Mrs. Jones was very interested in singing. She had a good 1 , except that some of her high notes tended to sound like a gate, which someone had forgotten to 2 . Mrs. Jones was very aware of this 3 , and took every 4 she could find to practise these high 5 . As she lived in a small house where she could not practise without 6 the

rest of the family, she usually went for long walks along the country roads whenever she had time, and practised her high notes there. Every time she heard a 7 or a person coming along the 8 , she stopped and 9 until she could no longer be heard before she started practising again, because she was a 10 person, and because she was sensitive about those high notes. One afternoon, however, a fast, open car came up behind her so 11 and so fast that she did not hear it until it was only a few yards from her. She was singing some of her highest and most 12 notes at the time, and as the car passed her, she saw an puzzled 13 suddenly come over its driver’s face. He put his brakes on violently, and as soon as the car stopped, he jumped out and began to 14 all his tires carefully. Mrs. Jones did not dare to tell him what the noise he had heard had really been, so he got back into his car and drove off as 15 as he had been when he stopped. 1. A. note B. noise C. sound D. voice 2. A. close B. oil C. wash D. open 3. A. strength B. sickness C. weakness D. advantage 4. A. chance B.time C. person D. place 5. A. notes B. songs C. signs D. sounds 6. A. preventing B. harming C. protecting D. disturbing 7. A. train B.noise C. car D. plan 8. A. path B. road C. street D.avenue 9. A.expected B. waited C. confused D. puzzled 10. A. brave B. talented C.shy D.proud 11 . A. carefully B. loudly C. quickly D. silently 12. A. difficult B. tiring C.boring D. energetic 13. A.conclusion B. expression C. impression D. action 14. A. wash B. clean C. repair D. examine 15. A .calm B. upset C. puzzled D. pleased 【答案】DBCAA DCBBC DABDC 【解析】 【试源】2016 届广东省乳源高级中学高二上学期期末考试 【结束】 7.【题文】All scientists subscribe to the view that the increase in the earth’s temperature is due to the burning of fossil fuels like coal, 1_____________(nature) gas and oil to produce energy. Some byproducts of this process 2______________ (call) “greenhouse” gases, the most important one of 3___________is carbon dioxide. Dr. Janice Foster explained “There is a natural phenomenon that scientists call 4___________ greenhouse effect. This is when small amounts of gases in the atmosphere, like carbon dioxide, methane 5__________water vapor trap heat from the sun and therefore warm the earth. 6___________ the greenhouse effect, the earth would be about 33 degrees Celsius 7___________ (cool) than it is. So, we need those gases. The problem begins when we add huge quantities8__________ extra carbon dioxide into the atmosphere. 9____________means that more heat energy tends to be trapped in the atmosphere, 10____________ (cause) the global temperature to go up.

【答案】1 natural 2 are called 6 Without 7 cooler 8 of

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【解析】 【试源】2016 届广东省乳源高级中学高二上学期期末考试 【结束】 8. 【题文】 An expensive car speeding in the main street of a small town was soon caught up with by a young motorcycle policeman. As he started to make out the ticket, the woman behind the wheel said proudly, “Before you go any further, young man, I think you should know that the mayor (市长)of this city is a good friend of mine.” The officer did not say a word, but kept writing. “I am also a friend of chief(首长)of police Barens, ” continued the woman, getting more angry each moment. Still he kept on writing. “Young man,” she persisted, “I know Judge Lawson and State Senator (参议员) Patton.” Handing the ticket to the woman, the officer asked pleasantly , “Tell me, do you know Bill Bronson?” “Why, no,” she answered. “Well, that is the man you should have known,” he said, heading back to his motorcycle, “I am Bill Bronson.” 1. The policeman stopped the car because_____ A. it was an expensive car B.the driver was speeding. C. the driver was a proud lady D. the driver was impolite 2. The woman was getting more angry each moment because _____. A. the policeman ignored her words B. the policeman didn’t accept her kindness C. the policeman didn’t know her friends D. she didn’t know the policeman’s name 3. The policeman was _______. A.a shy man B. a stupid fellow C. an impolite man D. an honourable fellow 4. The woman was _______. A. trying to help the young man make more friends B. introducing some of her good friends to the young officer C. a person who depended on someone else to finish her work D. trying to frighten the policeman on the strength of her friends’ powerful positions 5. The policeman _______. A. had no sense of humor (幽默) B. had no sense of responsibility C. had a sense of humor D. was very sensitive 【答案】BADDC 【解析】 【试源】2016 届广东省乳源高级中学高二上学期期末考试 【结束】 9. 【题文】 Beach volleyball (沙滩排球) is one of those sports that can be an exciting game to play and watch. It’s really easy, and all you need is sand, a net and a group of people, of any age or fitness level, who want to have fun.

Beach volleyball can be played with as few as two people in each team, making a total of four people. However, if you are less skilled and experienced in the game, it will be easier to play with a larger team. The more players you have, the less ground each person will be responsible for covering and the more time they will have to recover between shots. If you only have a few players, each of you will get a lot of running for the ball after each volley (截球). If you are looking for a relaxing, fun, low-key experience, choose larger teams. Beach volleyball is similar to regular volleyball in its rules. However, even experienced volleyball players do not realize how much more difficult it is to run and jump on sand. Since it is harder to move quickly on sand than a hard surface, play will be much slower than regular volleyball on a court. When an athlete trains for beach volleyball, he will focus on building lower body strength (力量) as well as upper body strength. Strengthening his legs is extremely important. This improves the player’s ability to move quickly and accurately on sand despite the resistance. The ability to jump high and land without injury is necessary for beach volleyball players. Whether you are in it for the competition, or just to have a great time with your friends, beach volleyball can be extremely exciting and fun. You may start out with friends and may soon fall in love with the sport. 1. According to Paragraph 2, when playing beach volleyball, in which of the following situation will you feel most relaxed? A. Playing in a 11-person team. B. Playing in a 6-person team. C. Playing in a 4-person team. D. Playing in an 2-person team. 2. We can infer from Paragraph 3 that ______. A. lower body strength is more important than upper body strength B. a person must have strong legs if he wants to run and jump quickly on sand C. the rules of beach volleyball are the same as those of regular volleyball D. experienced volleyball players know clearly it is hard to run and jump on sand 3. Why is playing beach volleyball much slower than playing regular volleyball? A. Because beach volleyball has a larger court. B. Because it is not easy to move on sand. C. Because the teams of beach volleyball are larger. D. Because beach volleyball players are not experienced. 4. What does the author think of beach volleyball? A. It’s a difficult sport. B. It’s a sport which needs few skills. C. It’s a sport which only a few people love. D. It’s an exciting and interesting sport. 5. The passage mainly tells us ______ A. how to become a good beach volleyball player B. the game of beach volleyball C. why beach volleyball is one of the exciting sports D. what should be paid attention to when playing beach volleyball 【答案】ABBDB 【解析】 【试源】2016 届广东省乳源高级中学高二上学期期末考试 【结束】 10.【题文】More than anything else in the world, Lion liked being King of the jungle. He walked

around, showing off his power and pride.Each day Lion took a long lazy sleep under the shade of his favorite tree. He always dreamed of weaker animals bowing(鞠躬) before him. One day Mouse ran through the jungle and tripped over Lion’s huge paws. Lion woke up with a start. “How dare you wake me up! ” he shouted angrily. Lion grabbed Mouse with one paw. “On the second thought, I’m in the mood for the snack, and you’ll make a delicious meal.”, he said. Mouse cried out, “King Lion, please spare (饶恕) me! If you let me live, I’ll always remember your kindness. And, some day, I might be able to help you.” “ How could such a powerless little mouse ever help me?” That thought made Lion laugh so much that he decided to let Mouse go. A week later, Lion was walking through the jungle on the way to his favourite tree when he stepped onto a hunter’s net. The net scooped him up. No matter how he twisted and turned, he couldn’t escape. When Mouse heard Lion’s frightened shouts, he raced to help. Mouse quickly chewed(咬) through the ropes to make a hole in the net. Soon, Lion moved out and was free. Lion looked down at the little mouse. “Thank you for saving my life,” said Lion, smiling his widest smile. “I was mistaken. You are not a powerless little mouse. You are a great friend!” 1. What did Lion do each day? A. He stepped onto a hunter’s net. B. He had a good sleep under his favorite tree. C. He showed kindness to animals in the jungle. D. He bowed before weaker animals. 2. How did Mouse wake up Lion? A. He tripped over Lion’s paws. B. He shouted at Lion angrily. C.He prepared a delicious meal for Lion. D.He made a hole in the net. 3. Why did Lion let Mouse go? A. Because he was trapped in the net. B. Because he took Mouse as his good friend. C. Because he doubted if Mouse could be of any help. D. Because he believed that Mouse could save him. 4. What do you think of Mouse? A. Proud and selfish. B. Silly and lazy C. Humorous and stubborn D. Clever and honest. 5. What can we learn from the passage? A. Pride makes you lose what you have. B. Even the small can show great strength. C. Don’t put all your eggs in one basket. D. When the cat’s away, the mice will play. 【答案】BACDB 【解析】 【试源】2016 届广东省乳源高级中学高二上学期期末考试 【结束】 11.【题文】Knowing that Louise Mallard had heart trouble, care was taken to tell her the news of her husband’s death. It was her sister, Josephine, who told her. Her husband Richard had been in the newspaper office when the news of the railway accident was received, with Brent Mallard’s name leading the list of “killed”. On hearing the news Louise cried at once in her sister’s arms. When her tears ended she went

to her room alone. She would have no one follow her. She sank into the comfortable armchair that faced the open window, as if she was pressed down by a sadness that seemed to reach into her soul. From the window she could see the tops of trees and new green spring life. The delicious smell of rain was in the air. Some blue sky could be seen through the clouds. She was young, with a fair, calm and intelligent face. But now there was an empty look in her eyes, as she dully(无精打采地) stared out at the sky. Fearing for her sister, Josephine came to the door and begged Louise to come out. Finally she opened the door. She held her sister’s waist (腰) and together they came down the stairs. Richard stood waiting for them at the bottom. Suddenly there was the sound of someone opening the front door. Brent Mallard entered. He had been far from the accident, and did not even know there had been one. He stood in shock as Louise let out a scream. When the doctor came, he said Louise Mallard had died of a heart attack. 1. Why was great care needed to tell Louise about the news of the death of her husband? A. It was feared that she would kill herself B. It was not yet certain he was dead. C. She had no one there to support her D. It was feared that the news would kill her. 2. Which of the following statements about Louise is true? A. Her brother-in-law was a journalist. B.She died in the spring. C. Her husband worked as a train driver. D. Josephine was her cousin. 3. How did Brent feel when Louise let out a scream? A. Sad B. Joyful C. Surprised D. Excited 4. Which family tree shows the correct relationship between the characters in the story? A. B. Brent Louise C. Richard Louise Brent Josephine 5. What is the best title for this story? A. A Shocking Death B.The Spirit 【答案】DBCAA 【解析】 【试源】2016 届广东省乳源高级中学高二上学期期末考试 【结束】 12.【题文】请用五句话写一篇短文描述李华的经历。 写作内容: 人物:李华 事件: 尽管知道吸烟对心肺伤害很大,在 14 岁时出于好奇吸了烟,并很快上瘾; Josephine Richard Louise Brent Richard Josephin D. Richard Louise Josephine Brent

C. The Ghost

D. Home Coming

由于没钱买烟,李华偷偷地把家里的一些小东西拿去卖了换钱。 有一次在家偷钱被抓,最终被父母原谅. 经过一年的努力成功戒烟,重回健康生活。 教训: 他告诫青少年远离吸烟。 写作要求:必须使用 5 个句子表达全部所给内容; 评分标准:句子结构准确,信息内容完整,篇章结构连贯。 【答案】 Although he knew that smoking would do great harm to people’s hearts and lungs, Li Hua still risked smoking out of curiosity when he was 14. He soon got addicted to it, and started taking some small stuff from his home secretly and sold them for some money to buy cigarettes. He was caught stealing money at home but was forgiven by his parents. Fortunately, after a year of hard work, he managed to give up smoking and now is leading a healthy life again. He said a lesson should be learned from his experience and teenagers should stay away from smoking. 【解析】 【试源】2016 届广东省乳源高级中学高二上学期期末考试 【结束】 13. 【题文】 All the housewives who went to the new supermarket had one great ambition: to be the lucky customer who did not have to pay for her shopping. For this was what the notice just inside the entrance promised. It said: “Remember, once a week, one of our customers gets free goods. This May Be Your Lucky Day!” For several weeks Mrs. Edwards hoped, like many of her friends, to be the lucky customer. Unlike her friends, she never gave up hoping. The cupboards in kitchen were full of things which she did not need. Her husband tried to advise her against buying things but failed. She dreamed of the day when the manager of the supermarket would approach her and say: “Madam, this is Your Lucky Day. Everything in your basket is free.” One Friday morning, after she had finished her shopping and had taken it to her car, she found that she had forgotten to buy any tea. She dashed back to the supermarket, got the tea and went towards the cash-desk. As she did so, she saw the manager of the supermarket approach her. “Madam,” he said, holding out his hand, “I want to congratulate you! You are our lucky customer and everything you have in your basket is free!” 1. The housewives learnt about the free goods _______. A. on TV B. at the supermarket C. from the manager D. from the newspaper 2. Mrs. Edwards ________. A. is always very lucky B. had no friends C. hoped to get free shopping D. gets disappointed easily 3. Mrs. Edwards’s husband tried to ________. A. make her unhappy B. cheer her up C. buy things with her D. stop her buying things 4. Mrs. Edwards went back to the supermarket quickly because she had to _______. A. buy another thing B. talk to the manager C. pay for her shopping D. find her shopping 5. Mrs. Edwards must have been ________. A. pleased B. delighted C. proud D. disappointed 【答案】BCDAD

【解析】 【试源】2016 届广东省汕头市东厦中学等三校高二上阶段 3 联考(期末)考试 【结束】 14.【题文】Obviously television has both advantages and disadvantages. In the first place, television is not only a convenient source of entertainment, but also a very cheap one. With a TV set in the family people don’t have to pay for expensive seats at the theatre, the cinema, or the opera .All they have to do is to push a button or turn a knob, and they can see plays, films, operas and shows of every kind. Some people, however, think that this is where the danger lies. The television viewers need do nothing. He does not even have to use his legs if he has a remote control. He makes no choice and exercises, no judgment. He is completely passive and has everything presented to him without any effort in his part. Television, it is often said, keeps one informed about current events and the latest developments in science and politics. The most distant countries and the strangest customs are brought right into one’s sitting room. It could be argued that the radio performs this service as well; but on television everything is much more living, much more real. Yet here again there is a danger. The television screen itself has a terrible, almost physical charm for us. We get so used to looking at the movements on it ,so dependent on its pictures, that it begins to control our lives. People are often heard to say that their television sets have broken down and that they have suddenly found that they have far more time to do things and that they have actually begin to talk to each other again. It makes one think, doesn’t it? There are many other arguments for and against television. We must realize that television itself is neither good nor bad. It is the uses that it is put to that determine its value to society. 1. What is the major function of paragraph 1? A. To cause the reader’s discussion B. To introduce the theme of the whole passage C. To summarize the whole passage D. To tell the primary uses of TV 2. Television, as a source of entertainment, is ______. A. not very convenient B. very expensive C. quite dangerous D. very cheap 3. Why are some people against TV? A. Because TV programs are not interesting. B. Because TV viewers are totally passive. C. Because TV prices are very high. D. Because TV has both advantages and disadvantages. 4. One of the most obvious advantages of TV is that ______. A. it keeps us informed B. it is very cheap C. it enables us to have a rest D. it controls our lives 5. According to the passage, whether TV is good or not depends on _______ . A. its quality B. people’s attitude towards it C. how we use it D. when we use it

【答案】BDBAC 【解析】 【试源】2016 届广东省汕头市东厦中学等三校高二上阶段 3 联考(期末)考试 【结束】 15.【题文】首先请阅读下列关于颜色对人的影响的信息。 A . GOLD These people who choose GOLD as their primary color like to fit in or belong.They are reliable people who enjoy serving others . Traditions and homes are very important to them. They need order and structure.They don't like change. B.ORANGE People need a lot of variety and freedom.They take pride in being highly

skilled. They enjoy "hand-on" work and often are good in a dangerous situations. They likes risks and challenges. C . YELLOW People are curious about everything . They are confident and full of knowledge.They love sports very much and they work efficiently. D. GREEN People are competent and want to control the realities of life. They enjoy solving problems and developing systems.They love intelligence and logic.They are often critical of themselves and others. E.BLUE People enjoy close relationships.Peace and quietness are very important.These people are often very creative or they enjoy the creative work of others. F.RED People who choose red as their primary color are energetic and they tend to be confident all the time. It seems like they are ready to do anything and they will be successful. And they are competitive. 请阅读以下根据员工性格而促进工作效率方法的信息,然后匹配上面的信息。 1.Creating a warm and a peaceful working environment and trying to avoid conflict; allowing them the freedom to express their feeling; encouraging them to be creative in the job. 2. Using their reliable qualities; providing a stable work environment and avoiding sudden change; giving standard rules and regulations and setting a good examples. 3.Assigning work which needs problem solving; encouraging them to think independently and enjoying their logic to the next step. 4.Assigning work which allows freedom; providing opportunities to be skillful and adventurous; allowing them the freedom to the job in their own ways. 5. Assigning work which needs full energy; providing opportunities for job competition; if he does well, let him know he is very likely to get promotion; praise them with their good jobs.

【答案】EADBF 【解析】 【试源】2016 届广东省汕头市东厦中学等三校高二上阶段 3 联考(期末)考试 【结束】 16.【题文】The underground will_______ _______ _______ _______the bus to become the main vehicle for the people in the future. 未来,地铁将会逐步取代公共汽车成为人们的主要交通工具。 【答案】take the place of 【解析】 【试源】2016 届湖北省孝感高级中学高二上学期期末考试 【结束】 17.【题文】________ is _________ that he should eat glass. 很奇怪,他竟然吃玻璃! 【答案】It, strange 【解析】 【试源】2016 届湖北省孝感高级中学高二上学期期末考试 【结束】

18.【题文】Don’t get into ______ _______ _______ playing with your hair while reading, which will distract you from your study. 不要养成了阅读时玩弄头发的习惯,这会分散你的注意力。 【答案】the habit of 【解析】 【试源】2016 届湖北省孝感高级中学高二上学期期末考试 【结束】 19.【题文】__________ __________ the earth, the sun is much bigger. 跟地球比起来,太阳大多了。 【答案】Compared with 【解析】 【试源】2016 届湖北省孝感高级中学高二上学期期末考试 【结束】 20.【题文】The photo __________ me _________ my days in school. 这张旧照片让我想起了我在学校的时光。 【答案】reminds, of 【解析】 【试源】2016 届湖北省孝感高级中学高二上学期期末考试 【结束】 1.【题文】For the coming sports meeting, the teacher demanded that all the students _______ _________ preparations for it. 对于即将到来的运动会,老师要求所有同学们为此做好准备。 【答案】should, make 【解析】 【试源】2016 届湖北省孝感高级中学高二上学期期末考试 【结束】


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