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河北省武邑中学2015-2016学年高二上学期英语寒假作业6


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第二部分:阅读理解(共两节,满分 40 分) (共 15 小题;每小题 2 分,满分 30 分 A Shopping for clothes is not the same experience for a man as it is for a woman. A man goes shopping because he

needs something. All men simply walk into a shop and ask the assistant for what they want. If the shop has it in stock, the salesman immediately finds it, and the business of trying it on follows at once. All being well, the deal can be and often is completed in less than five minutes. For a man, small problems may begin when the shop doesn't have what he wants. In that case, the saleswoman tries to sell the customer something else. "I know this jacket is not the style you want, sir, but would you like to try it for size? It happens to be the colour you mentioned." Few men have patience with this treatment, and the usual response is: "This is the right colour and may be the right size, but I should be wasting my time and yours by trying it on." However, a woman in almost every respect does so in the opposite way. Her shopping is not often based on need and she is only "having a look around". She is always open to persuasion; indeed she sets great store by what the saleswoman tells her. She will try on any number of things. Most women have an excellent sense of value when they buy clothes. They are always on the lookout for the unexpected bargain. Faced with a roomful of dresses, a woman may easily spend an hour going from one room to another, often retracing her steps, before selecting the dresses she wants to try on. It is a laborious process, but apparently an enjoyable one. Most dress shops provide chairs for the waiting husbands. 21. The underlined part “sets great store by” in paragraph 3 means_____. A. has much information about C. believes in B. knows nothing about D. has her doubts about

22. What does the passage tell us about women shoppers for clothes? A. They welcome suggestions from others. B. They rarely consider buying cheap clothes. C. They predict what they want to buy. D. They listen to advice but never take it. 23. What can we learn from the passage? A. Men never buy what they need. B. A man’s shopping is often based on need. C. A woman goes shopping in order to look for cheap things. D. A woman’s shopping is never based on need. B It’s hard to find Alice Munro in the media. Even after she won the 2013 Nobel Prize in Literature, the Canadian writer just appeared for a quick interview and then dropped out of sight. On Dec 29, she still didn't seek the spotlight(聚光灯)when she was named one of the five Women of the Year by the Financial Times. In Munro's eyes, ordinary lives always hide larger dramas. So she records what we casually think of as the everyday actions of normal people. She often focuses on life in her hometown, a small village in Ontario which she is most familiar with. She writes about the ordinary things in the village-fox forming, trees filled in the Ontario wilderness, poor country alcohol and long last

illnesses. Above all, she talks about girls and women who have seemingly ordinary lives but struggle against daily misfortune. She has a special talent for uncovering the extraordinary in the ordinary. These are ordinary people, ordinary stories, but she has the magic. Her precise language, depth of detail and the logic of her storytelling have made her stories inviting. Runaway, one of Munro’s representative works, is a good example of her writing style. One of the stories centers on the life of an ordinary woman Carla, who lives in a small Canadian town with her husband Clark. The story slowly forms a picture of Carla, trapped in a bad marriage, her unhappiness building into desperation until she decided to flee. The story of Carla is a story of the power and betrayals of love. It is about lost children and lots of chances that we can all find in life, There is pain beneath the surface, like a needle in the heart. Since she published her first collection of short stories in 1968, Munro has won many awards, with the Nobel Prize being her biggest honor. On Oct 10, 2013, the Nobel Prize committee named Munro the “master of the contemporary short story”. 24. We learn from Paragraph 1 that Alice Munro_____ A.didn't get on well with the media B.remained modest though very successful C.didn’t value the title of Women of the Year D.was surprised at winning the Nobel Prize 25. What makes Alice Munro’s stories fascinating according to the text? A.Her writing techniques B.The complicated plots C.The humorous language D.Her rich imagination 26. In her representative work Runaway, Carla_____ A.leads a happy life with Clark B.is a faithful wife to her husband C.loses all hopes for a better life D.tries to run away from her husband 27. What is the text mainly about? A.Alice Munro and her hometown B.The awards Alice Munro won C.Alice Munro and her writing style D.Alice Munro’s literary life C The rise of the Internet has been one of the most transformative developments in human history, comparable in impact to the invention of the printing press and the telegraph. Over two billion people worldwide now have access to vastly more information than ever before, and can communicate with each other instantly, often using Web-connected mobile devices they carry everywhere. But the Internet’s tremendous impact has only just begun. “Mass adoption of the Internet is driving one of the most exciting social, cultural, and political transformations in history, and unlike earlier periods of change, this time the effects are fully global,” Schmidt and Cohen write in their new book The New Digital Age. Perhaps the most profound changes will come when the five billion people worldwide who currently lack Internet access get online. The authors do an excellent job of examining the implications of the Internet revolution for individuals, governments, and institutions like the news media. But if the book has one major shortcoming, it’s that authors don’t spend enough time applying a critical eye to the role of Internet businesses in these sweeping changes. In their book, the authors provide the most authoritative volume to date that describes — and more importantly predicts — how the Internet will shape our lives in the coming decades. They paint a picture of a world in which individuals, companies, institutions, and governments must deal with two realities, one physical, and one virtual. At the core of the book is the idea that “technology is neutral, but people aren’t.” By using

this concept as a starting point, the authors aim to move beyond the now familiar optimist vs. pessimist dichotomy (对立观点) that has characterized many recent debates about whether the rise of the Internet will ultimately be good or bad for society. In an interview with TIME earlier this week, Cohen said although he and his co-author are optimistic about many aspects of the Internet, they’re also realistic about the risks and dangers that lie ahead when the next five billion people come online, particularly with respect to personal privacy and state surveillance(监视). 28. In what way is the rise of the Internet similar to the invention of the printing press and the telegraph? A. It transforms human history. B. It revolutionizes people's thinking. C. It is adopted by all human beings. D. It makes daily communication easy. 29. In what respect is the book The New Digital Age considered inadequate? A. It lacks an objective evaluation of the role of Internet businesses B. It fails to look into the social implications of the Internet. C. It fails to recognize the impact of the Internet technology. D. It does not address the technical aspects of Internet communication. 30 What will the future be like when everybody gets online? A. People don’t have to travel to see the world. B. People will have equal access to information. C. People will be living in two different realities. D. People don’t have to communicate face to face. 31. What does the passage say about the authors of The New Digital Age? A. They leave many questions unanswered concerning the Internet. B. They don’t take sides in analyzing the effects of the Internet. C. They have explored the unknown territories of the virtual world. D. They are optimistic about the future of the Internet revolution. 第一节:完形填空(共 20 小题;每小题 1.5 分,满分 30 分) A long time ago,a student was in a physics class.He had achieved an 41 perfect score,but the marker had 42 him poorly on one question.The question had asked him how he would 43 the height of a building using a barometer(气压计). The student had written down.“Go to the 44 of the building. Drop the barometer and 45 the seconds until it drops on the sidewalk below.46 use the formula(公式)for acceleration by gravity to 47 the height of the building.” Of course, with the help of a barometer, the 48 expected the student to use air pressure as a tool for measuring height.So he couldn’t 49 that part of the test. When the student brought up that his answer 50 solve the question being asked, the professor promised he would let the student answer the question again with a different 51 .And if the student solved the problem 52,he would award him the marks for the question. Immediately the student 53 that he would use the barometer to knock on the 54 of the landlord in the building.When the landlord answered the door.he would ask,“How 55 is this building?” At once,the professor 56 what the student was doing.He asked him if he knew of any 57 methods to reach the answer.The student answered that he would 58 a long string to the barometer and measure the length of the string. The professor decided to 59 the student the marks.As the story goes,the student was young
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Niels Bohr,later becoming the famous 60 and discovering the nature of electrons inside atoms. 41.A.outstanding B.otherwise C.obvious D.actual 42.A.understood B.asked C.graded D.fooled 43.A.measure B.build C.meet D.climb 44.A.front B.back C.inside D.top 45.A.follow B. 1eave C.adjust D.count 46.A.Thus B.Then C.Although D. Therefore 47.A.deliver B.divide C.determine D.defend 48.A.friend B.tester C.manager D.1awyer 49.A.answer B.reach C.fail D.pass 50.A.did B.could C.might D.would 51.A.barometer B.tool C.test D.method 52.A.immediately B.slowly C.again D.easily 53.A.believed B.responded C.proposed D.challenged 54.A.roof B.wall C.door D.bell 55.A.much B.old C.big D.tall 56.A.wondered B.asked C.saw D.doubted 57.A.great B.scientific C.other D.known 58.A.tie B.put C.give D.pull 59.A.avoid B.accept C.abandon D.award 60.A.biologist B.dentist C.physicist D.artist

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