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  • ID:4-4828388 河北省石家庄市行唐县三中2018-2019学年高一新生入学摸底考试英语试卷

    高中英语/月考专区/高一上学期

    从A、B、C、D四个选项中选出可以填入空白处的最佳答案。 1.I?had egg?and?some?milk?for?breakfast?this?morning. A.a B.an C.the D./ 2.I?always?play?basketball?to?relax?myself Saturdays. A.on B.in C.at D.by 3.—I?have?a?bad?cold. —Sorry?to?hear?that.You’d?better go to see a at?once. A.doctor B.cook C.writer D.farmer 4.I’m?surprised?at?the?new?look?of hometown. A.I B.me C.my D.mine 5.The?show?was?so that?I?couldn’t?stop?laughing. A.sad B.terrible C.funny D.serious 6. visitors?came?to?take?photos?of? Hongyadong during?the?vacation. A.Thousand??B.Thousand?of?? C.Thousands D.Thousands of 7.It?was?raining. My?father?asked me a?raincoat. A.take?? B.takes?? C.took?? D.to?take 8.I?can’t?hear?the?teacher with?so?much?noise?outside. A.clearly?? B.slowly?? C.warmly?? D.bravely 9.They?don’t?live?here?any?longer. They to?Chengdu?last?month. A.move?? B.moved?? C.will?move?? D.are?moving ================================================ 压缩包内容: 河北省石家庄市行唐县三中2018-2019学年高一新生入学摸底考试英语试卷.doc

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    • 2018-09-24
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  • ID:4-4827008 四川省广安第二中学2019届高三上学期第一次月考 英语

    高中英语/月考专区/高三

    广安第二中学2019届高三上学期第一次月考 英语试题 第二部分 阅读理解(共两节,满分40分) 第一节(共15小题;每小题2分,满分30分) 阅读下列短文,从每题所给的四个选项(A、B、C和D)中,选出最佳选项,并在答题卡上将该项涂黑。 A Amazon Best Sellers: Best Books A Higher Loyalty: Truth, Lies, and Leadership-April 17, 2018 by James Comey In his book, former FBI director James Comey shares his never-before-told experiences from some of the highest-risk situations of his career in the past two decades of American government, exploring what good, ethical(道德的) leadership looks like, and how it drives sound decisions. His journey provides an entry into the corridors of power, and a remarkable lesson in what makes an effective leader. Hardcover $17.99 12 Rules for Life: An Antidote to Chaos- January 23, 2018 by Jordan B_Peterson What does everyone in the modern world need to know Famous psychologist Jordan B. Peterson’s answer to this most difficult of questions uniquely combines the hard-won truths of ancient tradition with the great findings of most-advanced scientific research. Hardcover $15.57 How to Read a Book: The Classic Guide to Intelligent Reading Revised Edition by Mortimer J. Adler, Charles Van Doren With half a million copies in print, How to Read a Book is the best and most successful guide to reading comprehension for the general reader, completely rewritten and updated with new material. Originally published in 1940, this book is a rare phenomenon, a living classic that introduces and clarifies the various levels of reading and how to achieve them-from elementary reading, through systematic skimming and inspectional reading, to speed reading. Paperback $10.31 Everybody, Always: Becoming Love in a World Full of Setbacks and Difficult People- April 17, 2018 by Bob Goff Paperback $10.19 ================================================ 压缩包内容: 四川省广安第二中学2019届高三上学期第一次月考 英语.doc

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    • 2018-09-23
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  • ID:4-4825834 安徽省屯溪第一中学2018-2019学年高二上学期开学考试英语试题

    高中英语/月考专区/高二上学期

    Last year, when our three-year-old great-granddaughter Kylie was taken to see Santa Claus, she made sure to give him her wish list of toys. A week later, she ran into a different Santa in a mall. He stopped to ask what she wanted for Christmas. Kylie was surprised and let him know: "If you can't remember what I told you last week, how are you going to remember on Christmas Eve?!" (---Mary Paul, Milwaukee, Wisconsin) As my son Mike and I drove to the mall, we passed a Salvation Army Santa ringing his bell. "Mike," I said, "there's Santa!" He shook his head. "That's just some guy in a Santa suit," he said. It saddened me to think that maybe my son no longer believed in Santa, and we drove the rest of the way in silence. At the mall, we spotted another Santa greeting young believers. Suddenly, Mike took off toward him. Turning back to me, he shouted. "Now, there's the real Santa!" (---Michael E. Fahey, Huntley, Illinois) We immigrated to America from China when I was six. Because I was shy and didn't speak English, I had few friends. My days were spent at home with my brother. Sometimes we'd help our neighbor Mr. Mueller pull weeds. One Christmas Day, there was a knock at the door. Grandma opened it, and there stood a big fellow in red with a snow-white beard, laughing, "Ho, ho, ho!" He handed out presents and made us laugh. I had so much fun. It was years later when I learned that our special Santa was our neighbor Mr. Mueller. (---Joanne Tang, Litchfield Park, Arizona) 21. Why was Kylie surprised when running into a different Santa?    A. Because she got what she wished. B. Because she knew who the Santa was. C. Because she wished to get another toy. D. Because she thought they were the same Santa. ================================================ 压缩包内容: 安徽省屯溪第一中学2018-2019学年高二上学期开学考试英语试题.doc

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    • 2018-09-22
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  • ID:4-4825818 辽宁省辽阳县集美学校2018-2019学年高二第一次月考(假期验收)英语试题

    高中英语/月考专区/高二上学期

    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 It was an autumn morning shortly after my husband and I moved into our first house.Our children were upstairs unpacking, and I was looking out of the window at my fathermoving around mysteriously on the front lawn. “What are you doing out there?”I called to him. He looked up, smiling, “I’m making you a surprise.” I thought it could be just about anything. When we were kids, he always created something surprising for us. Today, however, Dad would say no more, and caught up in the business of our new life, I eventually forgot about his surprise. Until one gloomy day the next March when I glanced out of the window, I saw a dot of blue across the yard. I headed outside for a closer look. They were crocuses (番红花) throughout the front lawn—blue, yellow and my favorite pink, with little faces moving up and down in the cold wind. I remembered the things Dad secretly planted last autumn. He knew how the darkness and dullness of winter always got me down. What could have been more perfectly timely to my needs My father’s crocuses bloomed (开花) each spring for the next five seasons, always bringing the same assurance: Hard times are almost over. Hold on, keep going, and light is coming soon. Then a spring came with only half the usual blooms and the next spring there were none. I missed the crocuses, so I would ask Dad to come over and plant new bulbs. But I never did. He died suddenly one October day. My family were in deep sorrow, leaning on our faith. On a spring afternoon four years later, I was driving back when I felt depressed. It was Dad’s birthday, and I found myself thinking about him. This was not unusual-my family often talked about him, remembering how he lived up to his faith. Suddenly I slowed as I turned into our driveway. I stopped and stared at the lawn. There on the muddy grass with small piles of melting snow, bravely waving in the wind, was one pink crocus. How could a flower bloom from a bulb more than 18 years ago, one that hadn’t bloomed in over a decade But there was the crocus. Tears filled my eyes as I realized its significance. Hold on, keep going, and light is coming soon. The pink crocus bloomed for only a day, but it built my faith for a lifetime. 21.According to the first three paragraphs, we learn that ________. A.it kept bothering the author not knowing what the surprise was B.the author was unpacking when her father was making the surprise C.it was not the first time that the author’s father had made a surprise D.the author knew what the surprise was because she knew her father 22.Which of the following statements is NOT true according to the passage A.The author usually felt depressed in the season of winter. B.The author’s father planted the crocuses to lift her low spirits. C.The author often thought about her father after he died. D.The crocuses bloomed each spring before her father died. 23.The author’s father should be best described as ________. A.a part time worker who loved flowers B.a kindhearted man who lived with faith C.a fulltime gardener with skillful hands D.an ordinary man with doubts in his life 24.What can be the best title for the passage A.Crocuses—My Source of Faith B.Crocuses—Father’s Surprise C.A Pink Crocus—My Memory D.Crocuses in Blossom—My Favorite B More than great drinks, great rewards Enjoy all the benefits and more with your membership to our Loyalty Program! Whenever you pay with your membership account, you’ll earn a Star. Collect more Stars, earn more rewards. Three ways to join us Buy a Starbucks Card handy to create an account. Track your Stars online or through the mobile app, and we’ll send an email when you’ve earned a reward. You can also join from your phone. Download the Starbucks? App. One of the most exciting benefits of being a member is using our mobile app to: pay for purchases; view your Stars and rewards; access iTunes? Pick of the Week; see current offers. Or you can join with specially marked coffee purchased at the grocery store. Enter your Star code (limit 2 per day). Look for the Star code symbol on specially marked Starbucks? products where you buy groceries. Three levels with increasingly greater rewards To reach each level in our Loyalty Program, you need to collect more Stars. ( Remember, to earn a Star you must pay with a registered Starbucks Card. ) ================================================ 压缩包内容: 辽宁省辽阳县集美学校2018-2019学年高二第一次月考(假期验收)英语试题.doc

    • 月考试卷/名校月考
    • 2018-09-22
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  • ID:4-4825728 吉林省长春市30中2018-2019学年上学期高三第一次月考卷 英语 Word版含答案

    高中英语/月考专区/高三

    阅读下列短文,从每题所给的四个选项(A、B、C和D)中选出最佳选项,并在答题卡上将该项涂黑。 A In my very first job with some archaeologists, I wasn’t digging objects out of the ground, instead I was employed as an artist, drawing what they found. However, I was soon more interested in the stories behind the objects than in drawing them and that’s how my career in archaeology started. I still draw what I find in my work as a specialist on the Silk Road, the old trade route running from Egypt to Mongolia, and I also work on some underwater projects too. In archaeology, my all-time hero is an American called Raphael Pumpelly. I first heard about him when I was a student on a trip to Turkmenistan, a country right in the heart of Asia. To get around the country, I had to learn Russian so that I could speak to the local people. When I got there I thought, “Wow! I’m one of the first Americans here!” Then an old man told me about an American archaeologist, Raphael Pumpelly, who was there doing the same thing over 100 years ago. Archaeology’s in my family. My wife’s in the same profession, and, although our two boys aren’t interested in the future in archaeology themselves, we’ve been on some great digs together and they love what we do because they get to travel with us. Last summer, we took them to Lake Titicaca in South America, in the high areas of the Andes mountain range. My best experience was when I was digging on the Egyptian Red Sea coast. There’s very little rain and it’s so dry that everything is kept as it was. In an old house, where the owner used to store goods from the ships that came in, I picked up a 700-year-old mat in front of the house and there, under it, after all that time, was the house key with the owner’s name carved on it. It felt like he could be on his way home any minute! And I thought, “Hey, I do just that. This man’s not much different to me!” 21. While working in Egypt, what did the writer find so interesting A. That people from different centuries can be so similar. B. The fact that the doormat was in such good condition. C. The way the people managed to live in such a dry place. D. That there had been so much trade in that area. 22. Which entry will the writer probably make in his diary A. Turkmenistan is interesting. I’m the first American to come here but I’m glad this is my last trip away. B. I have been diving today and found some objects for an exhibition. I’ve just finished drawing them for my records. C. I wish my children weren’t more interested in archaeology and would not work hard in the open like their parents. D. It’s nearly dark but Raphael’s still busy digging in that old house. He can be very annoying. He thinks he’s the most important person here. 23. What is the writer’s main purpose in writing the text A. To describe the life of an archaeologist he admires. B. To persuade people to take up archaeology as a career. C. To explain what he enjoys about being an archaeologist. D. To show how archaeologists work. B One ambitious high school student knew exactly how to show his family that he got accepted into his dream college—by surprising them on Christmas Day. Barrington Lincoln, class president at Lutheran High School North in Ferguson, got accepted into Morehouse College in Atlanta back on Dec. 15. But for months, he knew he wanted to make the news known in a big way to his mother and aunt, Lincoln told ABC News. “I thought of the surprise in October,” he said, adding that once he got accepted he would purchase two school T-shirts from Morehouse’s online store. On Christmas Day, in a now video on Twitter, Lincoln, 17, gifted his mom Lisa McDonald and his aunt Shirley Gray the T-shirts with the school’s name on it. When the two sisters opened the gifts, they had no idea what they meant. In the video, Lincoln nudges (用肘轻推) his family, “You know what that means right I got in!” While McDonald falls heavily on the couch in delight, Gray asks, “You’ve been holding out on us” “I didn’t expect anything like that,” McDonald told ABC News. “It’s so satisfying to see him get the return on his studying.” “He always wanted to be the first in line and help everybody stay in line,” his mother added. McDonald said it’s especially sweet since she had to work an extra job to afford his private school after his father, a former Marine, passed away in 2015. Lincoln was only 15. “All kids need to have quality education,” the mother added. “I am putting an investment (投资) in his future.” 24. What did Lincoln choose two T-shirts for his mother and aunt mainly for ================================================ 压缩包内容: 吉林省长春市30中2018-2019学年上学期高三第一次月考卷 英语 word版含答案.doc

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    • 2018-09-22
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  • ID:4-4825726 吉林省长春市长春八中2018-2019学年上学期高三第一次月考卷 英语 Word版含答案

    高中英语/月考专区/高三

    阅读下列短文,从每题所给的四个选项(A、B、C和D)中选出最佳选项,并在答题卡上将该项涂黑。 A The National Gallery Description: The National Gallery is the British national art museum built on the north side of Trafalgar Square in London. It houses a different collection of more than 2,300 examples of European art ranging from 13th-century religious paintings to more modem ones by Renoir and Van Gogh. The older collections of the gallery are reached through the main entrance while the more modem works in the East Wing are most easily reached from Trafalgar Square by a ground floor entrance Layout: The modem Sainsbury Wing on the western side of the building houses 13th- to 15th-century paintings, and artists include Duccio, Uccello, Van Eyck, Lippi, Mantegna, Botticelli and Memling. The main West Wing houses 16th-century paintings, and artists include Leonardo da Vinci, Cranach, Michelangelo, Raphael, Bruegel, Bronzino, Titan and Veronese. The North Wing houses 17th-century paintings, and artists include Caravaggio, Rubens, Poussin, Van Dyck, Velazquez, Claude and Vermeer. The East Wing houses 18th- to early 20th-century paintings, and artists include Canaletto, Goya, Turner, Constable, Renoir and Van Gogh. Opening Hours: The Gallery is open every day from 10am to 6pm (Fridays 10am to 9pm) and is free, but charges apply to some special exhibitions. Getting There: Nearest underground stations: Charing Cross (2-minute walk), Leicester Square (3-minute walk), Embankment (7-minute walk), and Piccadilly Circus (8-minute walk). 21. In which century’s collection can you see religious paintings A. The 17th. B. The 13th. C. The 18th. D. The 20th. 22. Where are Leonardo da Vinci’s works shown A. In the East Wing. B. In the Sainsbury Wing. C. In the main West Wing. D. In the North Wing. 23. Which underground station is closest to the National Gallery A. Piccadilly Circus. B. Leicester Square. C. Embankment. D. Charing Cross. B Reading can be a social activity. Think of the people who belong to book groups. They choose books to read and then meet to discuss them. Now, the website BookCrossing.com turns the page on the traditional ides of a book group. Members go on the site and register the books they own and would like to share. BookCrossing provides an identification number to stick inside the book. Then the person leaves it in a public place, hoping that the book will have an adventure, traveling far and wide with each new reader who finds it. Bruce Pederson, the managing director of BookCrossing, says, “The two things that change your life are the people you meet and books you read. BookCrossing combines both.” Members leave books on park benches and buses, in train stations and coffee shops. Whoever finds their book will go to the site and record where they found it. People who find a book can also leave a journal entry describing what they thought of it. E-mails are then sent to the BookCrossing to keep them updated about where their books have been found. Bruce Peterson says the ideas is for people not to be selfish by keeping a book to gather dust on a shelf at home. BookCrossing is part of a trend among people who want to get back to the “real” and not the virtual(虚拟).The site now has more than one million members in more than one hundred thirty-five countries. 24. Why does the author mention book groups in the first paragraph A. To explain what they are. B. To introduce BookCrossing. C. To stress the importance of reading. D. To encourage readers to share their ideas. 25. What does the underlined word “it” in Paragraph 2 refer to A. The book. B. An adventure. C. A public place. D. The identification number. 26. What will a BookCrosser do with a book after reading it A. Meeting other readers to discuss it. B. Keep it safe in his bookcase. C. Pass it on to another reader. D. Mail it back to its owner. 27. What is the best title for the text A. Online Reading: A Virtual Tour B. Electronic Books: A new Trend C. A Book Group Brings Tradition Back D. A Website Links People Through Books C The scar ran down her leg from the knee to the ankle. She brushed her fingertips over its surface, remembering. Jerry was only seven when he started surfing; by the age of eleven, he was positively incredible, moving over the face of big waves like there wasn’t even a slightest bit of efforts involved in. On that day in Bah, though, the ocean had seemed strange. The waves broke like water in a washing machine, and the breaks had been heavy too, making it tough to tell whether it was better to try to catch one or to get out of its way. That was how he’d misjudged. ================================================ 压缩包内容: 吉林省长春市长春八中2018-2019学年上学期高三第一次月考卷 英语 word版含答案.doc

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  • ID:4-4825722 吉林省长春市30中2018-2019学年上学期高二第一次月考卷 英语 Word版含答案

    高中英语/月考专区/高二上学期

    阅读下列短文,从每题所给的四个选项(A、B、C和D)中选出最佳选项,并在答题卡上将该项涂黑。 A “I never expected that I would be so busy. Why can’t there be 25 hours in a day” complained Liu Ran in Hong Kong as mid-term exams were going on. The 18-year-old was Shandong Province’s top scorer in this year’s college entrance examination. After graduating from Tai’an No.1 High School, she chose the Chinese University of Hong Kong(香港中文大学), although both Peking University and Tsinghua University promised her a place. “I want to experience a more international school and social life in Hong Kong. I’m majoring in journalism, so Hong Kong will surely help widen my horizons,” Liu said. It is two months since Liu first set foot on Hong Kong. She missed home a lot at the beginning, because of the food and language problems. “The canteen offers mostly Western or Guangdong food, but it’s convenient to cook for ourselves in our dorm if we like. People speak Cantonese and almost all classes are in English,” Liu explained. Her English and Cantonese are now both improving, but she still needs more time to adapt to the new environment. “I’m happy that I made the right decision to study here. With a mix of the Eastern and Western cultures, there is so much to discover and learn,” she said. Liu has 18 credit hours(学分) of classes every week and 23 non-credit hours every other week. She has signed up for four associations including the Chinese Language Debating Team and the drama club. Essays, book reports and presentations also take plenty of time to prepare. And , of course, there are various parties to attend. “I wasn’t a party animal before, but that may be interesting part of college. I sense myself changing,” Liu said. 21. Liu Ran chose the Chinese University of Hong Kong, because___________. A. she couldn’t be admitted to Peking University B. Hong Kong is a good place C. she wants to be far from her homeland D. the Chinese University of Hong Kong can widen her horizons 22. According to the last paragraph, we can infer__________. A. now Liu Ran is an animal B. Liu Ran hates the busy life in the Chinese University of Hong Kong C. Liu Ran likes the food there D. the busy and full life makes Liu Ran feel good 23. Liu Ran had to overcome the difficulties in many aspects EXCEPT_______________. A. food B. language C. missing home D. no friends B It was Mother’s Day morning?last?year and I was doing my shopping at our local supermarket with my five-year-old son, Tenyson. As we were leaving, we found that only?minutes earlier an elderly woman had fallen over at the entrance and had hit her head on the concrete. Her husband was with her, but there was?blood?everywhere and the woman was embarrassed and clearly in shock. Walking towards the scene, Tenyson became very upset about what had happened to the couple. He said to me, “Mum, it’s not much fun falling over in front of everyone.” At the front of the supermarket a charity(慈善) group had set up a stand selling cooked sausages and flowers to raise funds. Tenyson suggested that we should buy the lady a flower.?“It will make her feel better,”?he said. I was amazed that he’d come up with such a sweet idea. So we went over to the flower seller and asked her if we could?buy?a flower for the lady to cheer her up. “Just take it,” she replied. “I can’t take your money for such a wonderful gesture.” By now paramedics(救援人员)had arrived, and were attending the injured woman. As we walked up to her, my son became?intimidated?by all the?blood?and medical equipment. He said he was just too scared to go up to her. Instead I gave the flower to the?woman’s husband and told him, “ My son was?very upset for your wife and wanted to give her this?flower to make her feel better.” At that, the old man started crying and said, “Thank you so much, you have a wonderful son. Happy Mother’s Day to you.” The man then bent down and gave his wife the flower, telling?her?who it was from. Though badly hurt and shaken, the old lady looked up at Tenyson with love in her eyes and gave?him?a little smile. 24. What does the author intend to tell us A. One can never be too careful. B. Actions speak louder than words. C. A small act of kindness brings a great joy. D. Love begins with a little smile. 25. Which of the following is TRUE according to the passage A. The elderly woman was knocked down by Tenyson. B. Tenyson’s idea of?buying a flower gained?his?mother’s support. C. Tenyson’s care for the elderly woman puzzled the flower seller. D. The elderly?woman?was moved to tears by Tenyson’s gesture. ================================================ 压缩包内容: 吉林省长春市30中2018-2019学年上学期高二第一次月考卷 英语 word版含答案.doc

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  • ID:4-4825720 吉林省长春市长春八中2018-2019学年上学期高二第一次月考卷 英语 Word版含答案

    高中英语/月考专区/高二上学期

    阅读下列短文,从每题所给的四个选项(A、B、C和D)中选出最佳选项,并在答题卡上将该项涂黑。 A Shenzhen is a shopping paradise for visitors. Following is a list of the most popular shopping areas in the city. ▲North Huaqiang Area The most prosperous shopping area in Shenzhen, it is home to dozens of market places for electronic products, home appliances, timepieces, clothing and jewelry. Some market places each house hundreds of shops, from flagship stores selling big brands to small boutiques where you can bargain. It is also a great place to dine, with plenty of restaurants offering various Chinese cuisines and foreign brands like Pizza Hut, Hagen Dazs and AijiSen. ▲Dongmen Area One of the oldest commercial centers in Shenzhen, this area highlights a walking street flanked by humming stores. It is a good place to buy clothes, handbags, fashion accessories, jewelry, handicrafts, toys and small electronic gadgets. ▲MixC Shopping Mall It is the city’s largest shopping mall and one of the most luxurious, selling clothes, cosmetics and fashion accessories. There is a large indoor ice skating rink, a movie theater and a super market selling many imported goods. You can also find quite a few foreign restaurant brands here, including Pizza Hut, Starbucks and a Japanese noodle house. ▲Shekou Sitting by a beautiful cove in western Nanshan District, this quiet place is frequented by many expatriates living in Shenzhen. There are stores selling antiques, collectibles, handicrafts and souvenirs, as well as bars and restaurants offering Western food. 21. What can you do at North Huaqiang Area? A. Skate. B. See a film. C. Buy antiques. D. Eat Chinese food. 22. According to the passage, where can you find a large indoor place to skate? A. North Huaqiang Area. B. Dongmen Area. C. MixC Shopping Mall. D. Shekou. 23. Where does this passage probably come from? A. A travel magazine. B. A museum guide. C. A text book. D. A news report. B Sharing E Umbrella, a new umbrella sharing company based in Shenzhen, China, recently announced that it had lost most of the 300, 000 umbrellas since it was set up. China’s sharing economy has been growing rapidly, with companies offering anything from bicycles and basketballs to phone batteries for people to rent. Customers make a small deposit(押金)and get to use the thing for a daily cost, with a fine put in place for every day if they fail to return the product in time. It’s a simple business model, and market data shows that people see sharing as a cheap and convenient way to cut down waste. Zhao Shuping founded the Sharing E Umbrella, an umbrella sharing service, in April. By the end of June, he had already started in 11 major Chinese cities, including Shanghai, Nanjing and Guangzhou. While picking up the umbrellas was relatively simple, as they were made available(可得到的)at bus and subway stations, the return system turned out to be a different matter. "Umbrellas are different from bicycles, "Mr. Zhao told Chinese news site ThePaper.cn. "Bikes can be parked anywhere, but with an umbrella you need something to hang it on. " So instead of bothering to return the umbrellas back to a station, a lot of people just took them home, and Sharing E Umbrella has reportedly lost track of most of the 300,000 umbrellas. Considering that borrowing umbrellas requires a 19 yuan deposit, with a fee of 0.50 yuan per half an hour usage, Zhao says that he suffers a loss of 60 yuan per lost umbrella, so the company is now in the red, but he is not ready to stop it just yet. Zhao announces that Sharing E Umbrella still plans to roll out(推出)30 million nationwide by the end of the year. 24. What do we know about Sharing E Umbrella? A. It makes people learn to help each other. B. It needs people to make a small deposit first. C. It developed faster in the western countries. D. It produces more waste and causes disorder. 25. What problem did Sharing E Umbrella meet after it was founded? A. The company had no money to produce umbrellas. B. Umbrellas are not allowed to hang anywhere. C. Lots of customers didn’t give the umbrellas back. D. People refuse to pay deposit for the umbrellas. 26. How much did his company lose if an umbrella was lost? A. 0.5 yuan. B. 19 yuan. C. 60 yuan. D. 120 yuan. 27. We can infer from the last paragraph that   . A. Zhao has found a way to get the umbrellas back B. Zhao will continue his umbrella sharing service C. Most of Zhao’s companies have been closed D. Sharing E Umbrella is a failure for Zhao. ================================================ 压缩包内容: 吉林省长春市长春八中2018-2019学年上学期高二第一次月考卷 英语 word版含答案.doc

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  • ID:4-4825718 吉林省长春市长春八中2018-2019学年上学期高一第一次月考卷 英语 Word版含答案

    高中英语/月考专区/高一上学期

    阅读下列短文,从每题所给的四个选项(A、B、C和D)中选出最佳选项,并在答题卡上将该项涂黑。 A It has long been thought that elephants rely on their large ears and bathing in rivers to stay cool in hot climates. New research,however,has showed that the world’s largest land animals have a secret trick of controlling their body temperatures. Scientists have long been puzzled by temperature regulation(调节)in elephants. Generally,animals with large bodies tend to hold more heat because,compared to their size,they have a small surface area for heat to escape from. Elephants,with their heavy-weight frames,would appear to be at a disadvantage in the heat of their African and Asian habitats,especially because they have thick fur to protect them from bushes and trees. Scientists thought that these creatures,which weigh up to 13 tons when fully-grown,grow large ears to help them stay cool. The skin on the ears is thinner,so blood which flows into them cools down more easily. But findings by researchers at two universities in Vienna have showed that elephants are also able to cool down by increasing the blood flow to skin patches(斑) in other parts of their bodies. The researchers studied six African elephants at Vienna Zoo as they moved between outdoor and indoor environments to see how the temperature on their skin surface would change. They found up to 15 “hot spots” all over an elephant’s body surface,in addition to large patches on the ears. The study shows how these patches expand as the air temperature increases and more blood flows nearer to the skin surface. Other experiments show that elephants in the wild use the same “windows” to control their body temperature. Elephants have two additional ways to stay cool: flapping(拍打)the ears and bathing. Together with these tricks,the skin hot spots allow the animals to keep their body temperature always at about 36 degrees—one degree less than humans’. 21. What can we know about the elephants A. They have thick fur to protect them. B. They live in cool areas in Africa and Asia. C. They can weigh up to 3 tons when fully-grown. D. They are afraid of water and rivers. 22. The fun_ction of the thinner skin on elephants’ ears is to________. A. control their body temperature B. help hold more heat C. drive away insects D. keep sensitive hearing 23. The new research________. A. studied six Asian elephants B. studied elephants in a zoo and in the wild C. aimed to discover the elephants’ disadvantages D. proved that scientists’ earlier beliefs were totally true B MySpace,the social networking website,is different from other websites which only provide stories about other people. MySpace is a place that allows you to broadcast your own stories and personal information to as many people as you like. Started two years ago,it is a big source of information for and about American kids. Teenagers and their parents feel very different about it. Teens are rushing to join the site,not sharing their parents’ worries. It signals yet another generation gap in the digital era. For teenagers,it is reliable network to keep in touch with their friends. They will often list their surnames,birthdays,after-school jobs,school clubs,hobbies and other personal information. “MySpace is an easy way to reach just about everyone. I don’t have all the phone numbers of my acquaintances. But if I want to get in touch with one of them,I could just leave them a message on MySpace,”said Abby Van Wassen. She is a 16-year-old student at Woodland Hills High of Pittsburgh,Pennsylvania. Parents on the other hand are seriously concerned about the security problems of MySpace. “Every time we hold a parents meeting,the first question is always about MySpace,”said Kent Gates,who travels the country doing Internet safety seminars(研讨会).The National Centre for Missing and Exploited Children has received at least 288 MySpace - related complaints,according to Mary Beth Buchanan,a lawyer in Pittsburgh. “Your profile on MySpace shows all your personal information to anyone on the Web. And MySpace even lists this information by birthplace and age. It’s like a free checklist for troublemakers and it endangers children,” Buchanan said. 24. From the passage, we can learn that MySpace ________. A. brings about the generation gap B. is very careful about people’s privacy C. encourages you to list your personal information D. lists the telephone numbers of your friends 25.Why are some parents against MySpace A. Because they think MySpace has a bad influence on their children. ================================================ 压缩包内容: 吉林省长春市长春八中2018-2019学年上学期高一第一次月考卷 英语 word版含答案.doc

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  • ID:4-4825716 吉林省长春市30中2018-2019学年上学期高一第一次月考卷 英语 Word版含答案

    高中英语/月考专区/高一上学期

    阅读下列短文,从每题所给的四个选项(A、B、C和D)中选出最佳选项,并在答题卡上将该项涂黑。 A If you are looking for the place that has everything, there is only one place to visit, and that’s New York. It’s a whole world in a city. The World of Theater: All of New York is a stage. And it begins with Broadway. Where else can you find so many hit shows in one place Only in New York! The World of Music: Spend an evening with Beethoven at Lincoln Center. Swing to the great jazz of Greenwich Village. Or rock yourself silly at the hottest dance spots found anywhere. The World of Art: From Rembrandt to Picasso. From Egyptian tombs to Indian teepees. Whatever kind of art you like, you will find it in New York. The World of Fine Dining: Whether it’s roast Beijing duck in Chinatown, lasagna in little Italy, or the finest French coq au vin found everywhere, there is world of great taste waiting for you in New York. The World of Sights: What other city has a Statue (雕塑) of Liberty A Rockefeller Center Or a Bronx Zoo Where else can you take a horse-drawn carriage through Central Park Only in New York ! 21. From the text we know that “Rembrandt” is most likely to be the name of a famous . A. actor B. musician C. cook D. painter 22. Which of the following can visitors do only in New York A. To see the Statue of Liberty. B. To taste the finest French coq au vin. C. To enjoy a Beethoven concert. D. To eat Roast Beijing Duck. 23. This passage may be taken from . A. a handbook for English learners B. a guidebook for foreign travellers C. a pocketbook for businessmen D. a storybook for local readers B When I was a little girl, I remember that when my dad was repairing something, he would ask me to hold the hammer, so we would have time for a conversation with each other. I never saw my dad drinking or taking a night out. All he did after work was taking care of his family. I grew up and left home for college and since then, my dad had been calling me every Sunday morning. And when I bought a house several years later, my dad painted it by himself in the fierce summer heat. All he asked was to talk to him, but I was to busy in those days. Four years ago, my dad visited me. He spent many hours putting together a swing for my daughter. He asked me to have a talk with him, but I had to prepare for a trip that weekend. One Sunday morning we had a telephone talk as usual. I noticed that my dad had forgotten some things that we discussed lately. I was in a hurry, so our conversation was short. Several hours later that day I received a call. My father was in the hospital. Immediately I bought a plane ticket and on my way I was thinking about all the occasions I missed to have a talk with my dad. By the time I arrived at the hospital, my father had passed away. Now it was he who did not have time for a conversation with me. I realized how little I knew about my dad, his deepest thoughts and his dreams. After his death I learned much more about him and even more about myself. All he ever wanted was my time. And now he has all my attention every single day. 24. When the author was a little girl, she . A. liked playing on the swing B. often talked with her father C. was good at repairing things D. learned to take care of her family 25. When at college, the author . A. received a call from her father every Sunday morning B. phoned her father every Sunday morning C. asked her father to call her every Sunday D. asked her father to talk with her 26. Why did the author fail to have a talk with her father four years ago A. She had got tired of talking with him. B. She was busy painting her house. C. Her daughter asked her to play. D. She was busy planning a trip. 27. When did the author begin to regret missing the talks with her father A. After her father’s sudden death. B. Many years after her father’s death. C. On her way to the hospital to see her father. D. As soon as she got the news that her father was ill. C Shree Bose is one of the most impressive kids graduating from Fort Worth Country Day High School this year. Bose has a large circle of friends, and there’s one who you may have heard of: President Obama. He has twice publicly recognized her achievements in cancer research and spoken with her in the Oval Office. If that isn’t enough, Bose recently gave a TED Talk about her work with the cancer drug Cisplatin, which also won her first prize at the Google Science Fair and recognition as one of Glamour magazine’s Young Amazing Women of the Year. ================================================ 压缩包内容: 吉林省长春市30中2018-2019学年上学期高一第一次月考卷 英语 word版含答案.doc

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