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江苏省西亭高级中学 2017—2018 学年度第一学期 高三英语周练十 1209

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第一部分:英语知识运用(共两节,满分35分) 第一节 单项选择 (共 15 小题;每小题 1 分,满分 15 分) 请认真阅读下面各题,从题中所给的 A、 B、 C、D 四个选项中,选出最佳选项, 并在答题卡上将该项涂黑。 1. All his statements are much _____ as they’re based on personal opinions and feelings rather than on facts. A. ambiguous B. fundamental C. subjective D. arbitrary 2. One senior research fellow from CCG said he is optimistic for the future of China-US ties and that small ______ are normal, but they won’t influence the bigger picture. A. ambitions B. frictions C. competitions D. conversations 3. — Daniel didn’t say anything good at all about my composition. I felt pretty ―criticized‖. — Your work is to be judged and analyzed by others in class. Don’t take it ______. A. personally B. thoroughly C. originally D. easily 4. The movie Wolf Warrior 2 was a big hit, with its thrilling plot and strong feelings _____ a mixture of patriotism and bravery into people’s heart. A. stricken B. to strike C. striking D. having stricken 5. Please fill in this form _____ applicable and return it together with the Applicant’s photos tomorrow. A. as B. where C. when D. unless 6. --- He should have been warned not to eat the fish that might give him a stomach upset. --, but he just couldn’t resist the saltwater fish. A. So he had B. So had he C. So was he D. So he was 7. A lake project, which will be a landmark construction of the city, ________on land that only one year ago was mostly farmland. A. is built B. was built C. has been built D. is being built 8. He made irresponsible remarks on their performances ______, regardless of the consequences. A. at random B. at length C. at hand D. at ease 9. Nantong is now a modern city with many attractions , most of _____ approached within 30 minutes by public transport from the city centre. A. that B. them C. which D. whom 10. Only in you_____ to go on living-just one day in the year, softly ,quietly as I have always lived near you A. do I wish B. I wish C. have I wish D. I have wished 11. The ability to prevent and treat AIDS has advanced beyond what many ______ over two decades ago.
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A. might have hoped B. should have hoped C. wouldn’t have hoped D. couldn’t have hoped 12. The research on innovation problems is a long task ______ contents are related to times. A. where B. which C. whose D. that 13. –What if I cancel my files by accident? – Our standard advice: before you do anything, _________your data. A. back up B. polish up C. hold up D. step up 14. Certain people tend to m ore easily, even when they come across minor matters. A. go through with flying colors B. fly off the handle C. land on their feet D. cost an arm and a leg 15. —My husband’s out of town. I’m going to watch all the movies he wouldn’t take me to see. — Why not? ______. A. Great minds think alike B. It is good fishing in troubled waters C. Make hay while the sun shines D. Among the blind the one-eyed man is king 第二节 完形填空 (共 20 小题;每小题 1 分,满分 20 分) 请认真阅读下面短文,从短文后各题所给的 A、B、C、D 四个选项中,选出最佳选 项,并在答题卡上将该项涂黑。 A letter to … My brother, whom I bullied when we were young I was five when you were born. Looking at pictures from that time, I look so 16 with you. I am holding you, I am smiling, and I look fascinated. But I do not remember that feeling. I was a daddy’s girl, but I was also the one to break in our parents. I used to call myself the family’s guinea pig (豚鼠), 17 you were the happy one, the joker, the one who 18 the rewards of all my battles won or lost. So I must have decided that we were enemies, competitors for the love and attention of our parents, and this feeling is in the 19 of all my early memories. All I remember is 20 you. So, as long as I could, I made your life full of 21 . I teased you, tricked you and 22 you. You tell me it’s not as bad as I remember, but I 23 a couple of times when you were left in tears. Our little sister was born when I was 11, and very soon you two bonded 24 and pushed me aside. Did you bond with her because I was becoming a monster, or did I become a monster because of your bond? Thankfully, you quickly grew tall and strong, and soon you were able to overcome me 25 . From then on it was down to verbal abuse and psychological warfare. By the time I was at university, you were a teenager and we competed for higher 26 : money, the family car, parental pride. It all came to a 27 stop when I moved abroad as an exchange student. Almost 20 years have passed, and the hate 28 me some long time ago, while I wasn’t watching. And at the same time, 29 must have crept in (悄悄地进入), sneaking somewhere through the back of my mind.
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Despite all the abuse during those years, you have turned into a happy, friendly, passionate, generous human being. You are the most handsome and charming person that I know. And, with your wife and best friend, you have just had your first child. Nobody 30 this happiness more. You have implied that you’ve forgiven me, or even that there is 31 to forgive. But I 32 to remember the hurt — I will always hurt in 33 when I look back. All those wasted years in which I should have been your loving sister, standing by your side, defending instead of 34 you in your own home. I aim to be now what I always should have been. I am so 35 of you, my heart wells up with love for you and your sister. I will be forever glad that I have the chance to love you both. Your sister 16. A. familiar B. serious C. bored D. happy 17. A. while B. when C. though D. unless 18. A. appreciated B. reaped C. brought D. cheated 19. A. form B. distance C. centre D. end 20. A. hating B. adoring C. assisting D. envying 21. A. doubts B. sufferings C. mistakes D. hopes 22. A. absorbed B. abandoned C. abolished D. abused 23. A. miss B. spend C. recall D. treasure 24. A. strongly B. anxiously C. suddenly D. unexpectedly 25. A. temporarily B. spiritually C. physically D. academically 26. A. requirements B. resources C. positions D. purposes 27. A. forced B. surprised C. controlled D. intended 28. A. accompanied B. bothered C. affected D. left 29. A. hatred B. love C. guilty D. regret 30. A. rejects B. steals C. deserves D. ignores 31. A. nothing B. something C. anything D. everything 32. A. refuse B. plan C. learn D. prefer 33. A. disappointment B. confusion C. shame D. sorrow 34. A. attacking B. attending C. attracting D. avoiding 35. A. sure B. proud C. confident D. tired 第三部分:阅读理解 (共 15 小题;每小题 2 分,满分 30 分) 请认真阅读下列短文,从短文后各题所给的 A、B、C、D 四个选项中,选出最佳选 项,并在答题卡上将该项涂黑。 A

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ChinaESL is a professional employment and visa agency for foreigners based in Beijing, the capital of China. As China opens up to the world the demand for English in curriculums all across China has risen drastically, and ChinaESL has been at the forefront of helping to meet this demand for over nine years. During that time, we always kept good relationships with foreigners as well as with the schools. We have placed more than 6,000 foreigners for hundreds of schools and companies all over China, such as Volvo China, Olympus China, China Construction Bank, China Petrol, China Telecom, FESC, Lenovo, AVC, Degussa, Darwin Property, Peking University, Beijing No. 171 Middle School, and Beijing No. 2 Middle School. We have a very good reputation in this circle. Searching ChinaESL online, you will find many good comments about our company. Right now we have a new job as below. 1. Location: Shunyi District, Beijing. 2. Position: A foreign administrator in an international kindergarten. 3. Working time: From Monday to Friday. 4. Salary: 14,000 yuan/month working, free accommodation. After accomplishing one year’s contract, 6,000 yuan as travel expenses will be provided. After finishing two years’, another 8,000 yuan as travel expenses will be provided. 5. Visa: Visa provided. All schools arranged by ChinaESL have the certificate to hire foreign teachers and have authority to give foreign teachers a valid working visa. Therefore (depending upon the school), ChinaESL may ask that participants arrive in China with a tourist visa — which will eventually go converted (转变) to a working visa by participants’ respective schools. 6. Passport: A valid passport is required to enter China. China does not allow entrance if the holder’s passport expires (满期) in less than six months, so we suggest you check your passport before coming to China. 7. Requirement: A native English speaker who has at least more than three years’ administrating-related experience and who can start working as soon as possible. Please send your resume and picture to us. Contact us Headquater Address: Room 507 Xin Long Ren He Xie Zi Lou, Xicheng, Beijing, China Post code: 100035 Tel: +86-10-65702931, +86-10-65751363 Fax: +86-10-66561721
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Mobile: +86-13366631890, +86-13910918482 American Branch: 4633 N. Western Ave., Suite 207 Chicago, Illinois 60625 Phone: (847) 496-7919 Fax: (847) 934-0758 Email: chinaesl@126.com 36. What’s the purpose of this advertisement? A. To introduce ChinaESL to foreigners. B. To improve ChinaESL’s good reputation. C. To find a foreign administrator for a kindergarten. D. To tell foreigners how to get a valid working visa. 37. Which of the following is true according to the advertisement? A. Those who have three years’ teaching experience are welcomed. B. Before coming to China, a foreigner must get a valid working visa. C. Besides salary, a foreigner can get travel expenses for extra per month. D. If a foreigner comes to China, his passport expires should be more than 6 months. B Does your brain work like a dictionary? A mathematical analysis of the connections among definitions of English words has uncovered hidden structures that may resemble the way words and their meanings are represented in our minds. ―We want to know how the mental vocabulary is represented in the brain,‖ says Stevan Harnad of the University of Quebec in Montreal, Canada. As every word in a dictionary is defined (下定义) in terms of others, the knowledge needed to understand the entire vocabulary is there. Harnad’s team reasoned that finding this smallest set of words and pinning down its structure might help research on how human brains put language together. The team changed each of four different English dictionaries into a mathematical structure of linked nodes (节点) known as a graph. Each node in this graph represents a word, which is linked to the other words used to define it — so ―banana‖ might be connected to ―long‖, ―bendy‖, ―yellow‖, and ―fruit‖. But even this tiny set is not the smallest number of words you need to produce the whole dictionary, as many of these words can in turn be fully defined by others in the kernel (核心). What’s more, the kernel has a deeper structure. So what, if anything, can this tell us about how our brains represent words and concepts? To find out the answer, Harnad’s team looked at data on how children acquire words and found a pattern: as you move in from the full dictionary towards the kernel, words which have been acquired at a younger age tend to be used more often, and refer to more concrete concepts. But the connection does suggest that our brains may structure language somewhat
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similarly to a dictionary. Phil Blunsom, at University of Oxford isn’t convinced that word meanings can be reduced to a chain of definitions. ―It’s treating words in such a symbolic fashion that they are going to lose a lot of the meaning.‖ But Mark Pagel of the University of Reading, UK, expects the approach to new insights. ―This will be most useful in giving us a sense of how our minds structure meaning.‖ he says. 38. The first paragraph serves as a(n) ______ in the passage. A. comparison between human brains and a dictionary B. introduction to the question whether your brain works like a dictionary C. conclusion that your brain is just like a dictionary D. contradiction between definitions of English words 39. What does the underlined phrase ―pinning down‖ in Paragraph 3 mean here? A. making clearly B. fixing firmly C. explaining simply D. putting formally 40. Which of the following statements is true according to the passage? A. Children acquire words and form patterns more easily than adults. B. Our brains may structure language exactly similarly to a dictionary. C. Harnad’s findings may explain how human brains put language together. D Many of the words can in turn be fully defined by using its similar words.. C What if one day Facebook, Twitter and Instant Messenger just weren’t there? Provost Eric Darr of Harrisburg University of Science and Technology in Pennsylvania tells NPR’s (National Public Radio) Guy Raz that he wanted his students to not only think about this question, but live it. ―Often there are behaviors, habits, ways we use technology that we may ourselves not even be able to express clearly because we’re not aware of them,‖ Darr says. So this week, Darr will enforce (强制执行) a campus-wide social media cutoff — no Facebook, no Twitter, no instant messaging — nothing. Social Media Exile Access to these popular social media tools will be blocked from campus computers through the week. This is not a disciplinary (纪律上的) exercise, Darr says, but an academic one. At the end of the week, students will write reflective essays about their time without social media. Three Harrisburg University students, Ashley Harris, Gio Acosta and Oluyemi Afuape, volunteered to discuss the experiment, and it turns out they have mixed feelings. Afuape isn’t a big fan of Facebook, and says he doesn’t expect to be challenged by the cutoff. But Harris is going to have a hard time not posting her whereabouts to friends. ―My biggest problem is not being able to find people,‖ Harris says, ―because I use Facebook and Twitter to find people at school, to see where they’re at.‖ Even before hearing about the cutoff, Acosta found it necessary to cut himself off the
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constant social media chatter. ―I had my phone set to receive Facebook, texts, tweets — and ring — so I had to turn that off between 3 and 6 in the morning so I can actually sleep during that time‖ Acosta says. ―If you don’t set the limits, it’s a 24-hour thing.‖ Hope From The “Post-Facebook Generation” Outspoken social media critic Jaron Lanier (who was also named one of Time magazine’s 100 most influential people of the year) says Harrisburg University’s experiment may be too extreme. He would prefer that students donate a penny to charity every time they access social media. ―Because that would create awareness, they would be aware of how much they were doing,‖ Lanier says, ―making the use of it into something that’s more conscious and more considered.‖ Lanier is mainly worried that social media creates superficial ties rather than lasting friendship. But he says he’s optimistic about the ―post-Facebook generation‖ — teenagers he hears from in high schools who don’t identify with Facebook. Lanier hopes this generation will act differently, declaring, ―No, we are individuals; we invent ourselves; we’re not going to have some third-party advertising business define us. We invent our own taste, and furthermore, we decide what friendship means.‖ 41. What do the underlined words ―live it‖ in Paragraph 1 probably refer to? A. Making a living without the Internet. B. Leading a life without social media. C. Experiencing the popularity of social media. D. Being aware of the importance of technology. 42. What do we know about the cutoff experiment? A. The experiment lasted a week and was very successful. B. Only three students participated in the experiment. C. The participants had terrible feelings toward the cutoff. D. The experiment had something to do with students’ schoolwork. 43. What is Lanier’s opinion about the experiment? A. The university should do the experiment in a more proper way. B. The experiment should include the ―post-Facebook generation‖. C. Students should donate some money to the experiment. D. The experiment can make the students more conscious and considered. 44. What’s the passage mainly about? A. The disadvantages of social media. B. Some people’s views on social media. C. A university’s experiment on social media. D. Challenges to the ―post-Facebook generation‖. D
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One evening at a busy Broadway crossroad, I noticed a sister struggling to keep her little kid under control while she talked on the pay phone. She wanted him to stay still next to her, but he wanted to run and play at the curb, close to rushing buses and taxis. One could sense the woman’s frustration, that she was pulled in too many directions: She was angry at the person on the telephone and shouting at the younger that she would ―snap his leg‖ if he moved again. As I waited for the traffic light to change, the child began to complain and struggle to free himself from the woman’s grasp. She dropped the phone, seized the neck of his tiny T-shirt and gave him a back-hand blow across the face that I know made his little head spin. The light changed, and passersby continued on their way. But I stood there, fixed to the pavement. I knew this extremely upset woman would carry through on her threat of violence to the child. Before, I had wanted to approach her and offer to watch the youngster while she dealt with the troubling situation on the phone. Now I wanted to comfort the little boy. I also wanted to speak to the sister to calm her and to caution her, as I wish someone had cautioned me when I was passing my pain on to my daughter and causing her emotional suffering. But I was chicken. I thought, she may think I’m out of line, or I may be her next target. Often I’ve thought about that child and the many others abused by adults. I wonder how they will internalize (使……藏在心底) their pain, and if it will crush their spirits. Will this little boy grow up to be an abusive man? Will he be gloomy and withdrawn? Will he find it hard to communicate with women, with other men? Or will he survive and be sensitive, caring and determined not to continue the cycle? There is too much cruelty in the world, too much cruelty between people. I tremble at the increasing verbal bitterness and violence among Black girls, and among young mothers trying to discipline their children. This behavior isn’t class- or age- related: I hear sharp words from Black women from all walks of life who are overworked and stressed out and have grown impatient. At times I, too, become impolite to others, or, like the sister on the phone, strike out at (抨击) those closest to me. Often we’re tired because we’ve made the wrong choices. Young girls who still need mothering are loaded with children. We sisters easily get hurt and annoyed when we don’t compromise with our own sense of self. Our personal fulfillment requires knowing what is best for us, setting our boundaries and keeping them undamaged. We will always be asked to do more than we are comfortable doing. When we know our boundaries, we can decline comfortably. People — and we ourselves — will act in ways we don’t like. But they, like us, are still worthy of love. Whatever irritates (激怒) us about a person should be examined. Is the person reflecting behavior in us that needs to be changed? Often, when I find people irritating, I find they mirror something about me that I need to correct. What’s needed in our personal relationships is a return to gentleness and tolerance (容忍). We must allow one another our learning experiences. Just as violence results to violence, verbal violence — the hard words and sharp tones we use to release inner stress — adds to the
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distance between us. What we people of African root must do to become, and continue to be strong begins with love, sensitivity and our ability to work together. We Black women have these spiritual resources in abundance. Now we must encourage them to create a peaceful place — for ourselves, our children, our men. 45. The scene the author described in the passage probably happened ______. A. in a phone booth B. at a bus stop C. near a taxi stand D. on the street 46. We can learn from the passage the mother of the little kid must be ______. A. disappointed and hot-tempered B. cruel and talkative C. confused and quick-minded D. considerate and sensitive 47. By saying ―She may think I am out of line‖, the author meant the woman might say _____. A. ―You’re not standing in the queue.‖ B. ―You can watch and comfort my kid.‖ C. ―Walk away. It’s none of your business.‖ D. ―You are walking in the wrong direction.‖ 48. The wrong choices the author mentions in Paragraph 5 include ______. a. We sisters refuse to marry young b. We aren’t satisfied with ourselves c. We have our boundaries damaged d. We decline others’ requests for help A. a, b B. c, d C. a, d D. b, c 49. According to the author, when we find a person irritating, we should ______. A. return to tenderness and tolerance B. reflect on our behavior that needs correcting C. avoid the hard words and sharp tones D. examine if anything is wrong with him 50. The tone of the last paragraph is ______. A. critical B. pessimistic C. optimistic D. objective 第 II 卷 (非选择题,共 35 分) 第四部分:任务型阅读 (共 10 小题;每小题 1 分,满分 10 分) 请认真阅读下面的短文,并根据所读内容在文章后表格中的空格里填入一个最恰当 的单词。注意:请将答案写在答题卷上相应题号的横线上,每个空格只填一个单词。 How Do Food Additives Affect Your Health? There are thousands of harmful food additives that we are consuming every day. Many of these food additives have been shown to do harm to our health. In 1958 the government passed the Delaney Clause Food Additives Amendment which forbade companies from adding known harmful chemicals to our food. But in spite of this, there are still dangerous chemicals that are still being added to our food and it is important to understand which chemicals these are and what the potential dangers are.
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The only defense we have as consumers is that all packaged food is required to list all the ingredients (配料) on the label. We need to educate ourselves and become familiar with the harmful food additives and read every label of the food we purchase. The challenge however, is that food companies tend to make finding these suspicious ingredients somewhat dull, hiding them in hard-to-find areas of the package and making the print extremely small so as to discourage their discovery. The names of these chemicals themselves can complicate matters. These chemical names are long and foreign-sounding and people typically skip over them because they are dull to try and read. The food producers are clever. They will make intentional use of healthy-sounding phrases to trick people into thinking that the product is free of chemical additives. For instance, ―Natural Flavors‖ or ―No Preservatives‖ are commonly found on packaged food products, but does this mean that the product is free of harmful food additives? Absolutely not. Again, you must check all the ingredients to determine whether a product is completely free of food additives. Here is a helpful tip that relies on basic common sense. If you are reading the ingredient list and you find it is long and loaded with long words that you are unfamiliar with, guess what? This product almost assuredly has plenty of chemical food additives. And here is a list of six food additives that you should definitely try and avoid. This is not a complete list, however, these food additives have been linked to health concerns and harmful side effects. Sodium Nitrate Found primarily in lunch meat and hotdogs. This is a preservative and has been linked to cancer. BHA and BHT They are used as a preservative. You can find them in things like chips, cereals and even chewing gum. They are known to oxidize (氧化) the cells and cell oxidation is the precursor to cancer. Monosodium Glutamate (MSG) MSG is one of the more well-known food additives and is primarily used as a flavor-enhancer (增味剂). Much of the restaurant food we consume is flavored with MSG. This food additive can cause reactions in some people such as headaches and nausea. Trans Fats Trans-fats are proven to be the cause of heart disease. Restaurant food, especially fast food chains, often serves foods full of trans-fats. Aspartame Aspartame is a sweetener and is also known as NutraSweet. The brand of sweetener called Equal is also aspartame. This food additive has been linked to cancer and neurological problems. Food Colorings
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Food colorings are basically just a form of paint. They can liven up the walls in your living room but should definitely be avoided in food. Blue 1 and 2, found in beverages, candy, baked goods and pet food, have been linked to cancer in lab animals. Red 3, has been shown to cause thyroid tumors in rats. Green 3 has been linked to bladder cancer. Yellow 6 has been linked to tumors of the adrenal gland and kidney. How Do Food Additives Affect Your Health? Theme We are consuming thousands of food additives every day, many of which have proven (51) ▲ to our health, so we need to recognize them and avoid them. ◆ It is important for us to understand what chemicals food companies are (52) ▲ to food and what the potential dangers are. ◆ When (53) ▲ food, we need to read every label, even though Tips for consumers some ingredients are made boring and hard to discover. ◆ We must know food producers often (54) ▲ use healthy-sounding phrases to trick us into believing the food is safe from chemical additives.

◆ If there are many long and unfamiliar words in an ingredient list, it is almost (55) ▲ that the product contains plenty of chemical food additives. Sodium Nitrate BHA and BHT (56) ▲ of food additives that consumers should avoid MSG They are all used for food (57) have relations with cancer. ▲ and known to

Some people may (58) ▲ unpleasantly to MSG, which is often used to make food tastier. Foods served by fast food chains are often filled with trans fats, probably (59) ▲ heart disease. It is used to make food taste much (60) has been linked to health problems. ▲ , but

Trans Fats Aspartame

Food Colorings They should be used to make walls colourful, but should be avoided in food.

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第六部分:书面表达 (满分 25 分) 请根据你对这两幅漫画的理解,以―Prevention Is Better Than Treatment‖ 为题,用英 语写一篇短文。 1. 2.

你的短文应包含以下内容: 1. 简要描述图片的内容; 2. 概述你对图片的理解; 3. 说明你对此事的观点。 参考词汇:网络谣言 online rumors 注意: 1. 可参照图片及所给文字提示适当发挥; 2. 词数 150 左右,开头已写好,不计入总词数; 3. 作文中不得提及有关考生个人身份的任何信息,如校名、人名等。 Prevention Is Better Than Treatment As is vividly shown in Picture 1, 写 在 答 题 卡 指 定

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