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辽宁省六校协作体2018-2019学年高二期初考试英语试卷

  • 辽宁
  • 2018-09-12
  • 高二年级
  • 月考考试
  • 146次

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    What makes a building ugly? Everyone's got their own opinion, so it’s hard to say. Now, let’s take a look at some of the world’s worst buildings.
The Torre Velasca
    The Tone Velasca in Milan is in the centre of Milan (Italy). The tower, which went up in the 1950s, is about 100 metres tall. Its design is actually a modern representation of a traditional Lombard castle, where the lower parts were narrower (狭窄的)than the upper parts.
The Mirador Building
    The Mirador Building in Madrid (Spain) was created by Dutch studio MVRDV and the Spanish architect Blanca Lleo. The building, which is a block of flats, opened in 2005. There is a large rectangular (矩形的)hole in the upper part of it, which is used by the neighbourhood as a meeting area and playground.
The Prague TV Tower
    The Prague TV Tower is in Prague (the capital of the Czech Republic). It stands 216 metres high and looks a bit like a tall, thin space ship. Prague is famous for its architectural beauty,so when the tower was put up in 1985 by architect Vaclav Aulicky and engineer Jiri Kozak, many felt it didn’t fit in.
The Longaberger Basket Company
    The Longaberger Basket Company building is in Newark, Ohio (USA). The office block was opened in 1997 and looks like a very large basket. It,s got seven floors and two handles at the top. The handles weigh about 150 tons. It may not be the ugliest building in the world but it’s certainly one of the most unusual.
1.According to the text, the Torre Velasca _________ .
A.is similar to a Lombard castle
B.was created by Blanca Lleo
C.has a history of over 100 years
D.is taller than the Prague TV Tower
2.Which of the following buildings might be the Mirador Building?
A.www.xiangpi.com
B.www.xiangpi.com
C.www.xiangpi.com
D.www.xiangpi.com
3.When the Prague TV tower was put up, many people_________ .
A.liked it very much
B.thought little of it
C.felt that it might fall down easily
D.thought that it was totally useless

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    Emma and Ryan, a married couple, were driving to a friend’s house when Emma turned to Ryan and asked, “Would you like to stop for lunch?”
    Ryan replied. “No,I’m not hungry yet,” and continued driving. Meanwhile, Emma sat quietly fuming (十分恼火)in the passenger seat. Ryan could not understand why Emma was unhappy. He had thought she was asking if he was hungry, but in reality, Emma was telling him that she was hungry and wanted to stop for lunch.
   Misunderstandings like this often occur between men and women, even among people from the same culture. Deborah Tannen, professor of linguistics at Georgetown University in theUnited States, has studied conversational rules.
    In Emma and Ryan’s situation, Emma was making a request in the form of a question. Her style of talking is common for women. She needed Ryan to agree they were both hungry. So, Emma asked Ryan what he wanted. She was really telling Ryan what she wanted; however, Ryan did not understand this. If he had been hungry, he would have said something more direct, such as, “I’m hungry. Let’s have lunch.”
    Tannen believes that most women grow up in a world where talk is used to express feelings. However, most men are raised differently and they tend to keep their feelings to themselves.
    Tannen says, for men, talk is often used as a situation used outside the home to gain respect, to entertain and get attention , or to exchange information. This is why men communicate by making each other laugh, or talking about sport and work. These men do not always feel it is necessary to talk to feel close or to express their feelings. Women, on the other hand, are encouraged to speak about their feelings since this is a way to build relationships.
1.What can be inferred from Emma and Ryan’s story?
A.Emma didn’t like Ryan.
B.Ryan didn’t want to talk to Emma.
C.Ryan didn’t want to eat with Emma.
D.Emma wasn’t pleased with Ryan’s answer.
2.According to Deborah Tannen, what causes the misunderstanding?
A.Different cultures
B.Different characteristics
C.Different ways of communicating
D.Different educational background
3.Compared with women, men_______.
A.talk less about feelings
B.communicate more with others
C.are more likely to become angry
D.are better at building relationships
4.What might be the best title for the text?
A.Why women like to express feelings
B.How men and women communicate
C.Different ways of supporting a child
D.Misunderstandings in social communication

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    Red meat, usually considered to be beef, pork, mutton and lamb products, have nutritional value, but eating red meat also raises some health concerns.
    Red meat is an excellent source of protein(蛋白质). It is also a key source of vitamin B12, which is only available in animal products and is key for both red blood cell and nerve health. Red meat is also a rich source of zine, selenium(硒) andiron. Zinc and selenium are good for our immune system (免疫系统). Iron helps transport oxygen in the blood, and low levels of iron can lead to feeling tired. Eating red meat, especially lean cuts(廋肉), with meals and snacks, may help people curb hunger between meals and help people with weight management.
    Health risks of red meat may include the risk of heart disease and cancer. It is usually best to avoid processed meats. These tend to contain lots of salt and nitrites(亚硝酸盐), which may damage our health. Choosing lean cuts and cooking meat correctly may reduce health risks. It is generally advised not to undercook or overcook red meat and to avoid grilling(烧烤).
    When it comes to red meat and health, another thing is whether the animals are grain or grass-fed. Grass-fed animals frequently have a better quality of life. Grass feeding can be more environmentally friendly as well.
    Many governments suggest the amount of red meat should be safely included in a healthy diet. The amount varies between nations, but several portions a week are usually acceptable. Those who choose to include eating red meat may wish to choose grass-fed animals and to cut off any fat before eating. 
1.According to Paragraph 2, red meat _____.
A.is quite expensive
B.a major source of various vitamins
C.can provide important nutrition for us
D.contains protein that can’t be found in plants
2.What does the underlined word “curb”in paragraph2 probably mean?
A.experience
B.develop
C.control
D.realize
3.What suggestion does the author give us on eating red meat?
A.We should eat it anyway we like.
B.We should cut it out from our diet.
C.We should cook it as long as possible.
D.We should pay attention to its quality and amount.
4.What may be the best title for the text?
A.Red meat and health
B.Diseases related to red meat
C.Unhealthy diet of meat lovers
D.Methods of cooking red meat

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    Scientists inArgentinahave created the world’s first cow with two human genes that will enable it to produce human-like milk.
    Genetic engineering was used to introduce the "mothers’ milk" genes into the animal before birth, according to the National Institute of Agribusiness Technology in Buenos Aires.
    As an adult, the cloned cow "will produce milk that is similar to that of humans", which will prove "a development of great importance for the nutrition of infants(婴儿)", said the institute. "The cloned cow, named Rosita ISA, is the first in the world with two human genes that contain the proteins present in human milk," said the statement.
    In April, scientists inChinapublished details of research showing that they had created dairy cows which produced milk containing proteins found in human breast milk. But the Argentine team said the Chinese only introduced one human gene, while their research involved two, meaning the milk will more closely resemble that of humans.
    “Our goal was to raise the nutrition value of cows’ milk by adding two human genes, which do good to the immune system of infants,” said Adrian Mutto, from the National University of San Martin which worked with the institute.
    Cristina Kirchner, President of Argentina, said that the scientific institute made all Argentines proud. She also said that she had refused the "honor" of having the cow named after her. "They came to tell me that the name is Cristina, but what woman would like to have a cow named after her? It appeared to me to be more proper to call it Rosita.”
1.What is the passage mainly about?
A.The importance of genetic engineering.
B.Ways to improve mothers’ milk.
C.Advanced agricultural technology inArgentina.
D.A cloned cow to produce human-like milk.
2.Which of the following can best replace “more closely resemble” in Para 4?
A.have more varieties than
B.have more nutrition than
C.be more similar to
D.be more different from
3.What can be inferred from Cristina Kirchner’s statements?
A.She was quite satisfied with the research done by the institute.
B.She considered it an honor to name the special cow.
C.She felt it improper to be named after the cow.
D.She refused to give a name to the cow out of self-respect.
4.What’s Adrian Mutto’s attitude to the genetic engineering?
A.negative
B.supportive
C.indifferent
D.mixed

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根据短文内容,从短文后的选项中选出能填入空白处的最佳选项。选项中有两项为多余选项。
New Reasons to Exercise
    It’s a cruel reality that exercising is not a reliable way to lose weight and keep it off. ①Here are the benefits of regular exercise.
    ②
    A new study had found that just a short period of exercise can help improve the ability to remember things in the hours that follow. The report says, “Exercising four hours after learning a task can help people remember that task in the long term”
    It may keep off depression.
    ③Researchers found that women who exercised regularly reported about 50% fewer depressive signs than women who didn’t exercise as much. And the more the women reported exercising, the less likely they were to have signs of depression.
   It can control appetite.(食欲)
    Exercise may be the key to controlling your appetite . A study found that people who exercised for 15 minutes after doing mental work ate 100 fewer calories than people who did mental work and then remained seated. Exercise has the ability to increase available fuel sources in the body that may signal to the brain. “④I don’t need to fill myself with food,” says study author William H. Neumeirer.
    It increases energy.
    In a recent report, men who cycled for 20 minutes experienced a 166% increase in self-reported energy levels, compared with a 15% increase when they sat and did nothing for the same amount of time. ⑤
A.It improves memory.
B.It has mind-body benefits.
C.Here is the energy source I need.
D.We do the work at the office each day.
E.Working out regularly might prevent depression.
F.But that doesn’t mean you should give up the effort.
G.If you need a reason to work out, energy increase is a worthwhile one.

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阅读下面短文,从短文后各题所给四个选项(A、B、C和D)中,选出可以填入空白处的最佳选项。
    Frederick Albert is not a name you will find in a history book. It is ,    1    , the name of a German farmer who was such a hero in Reynoldsburg, Ohio during the Great Depression that people there    2    him a lot. He was also my great-grandfather.
    Although my great-grandfather died before I was born, he has had a    3    influence on my life. I always hear stories about his    4    . My favorite one that my mother has often told me brings    5    to my eyes as I’m so moved.
    In 1935, my great-grandfather planted watermelons for extra money. To cut    6    , he always saved the seeds for the next season. While    7    supplies at the feed store(饲料店) one fall morning, my great-grandfather learned of a young girl who was ill with kidney(肾) disease. Her mother had    8    from a local amateur doctor that watermelon seeds could be crushed(压碎) into tea to help    9    her daughter, she    10    my great-grandfather and asked if she could have some of his watermelon seeds. Without hesitation, my great-grandfather gave all his watermelon seeds to the mother --- he was such a(n)    11    man.
    Unfortunately, all the watermelon tea in the world could not    12    the child and with winter’s first snowfall, she died. The girl’s mother remained    13    to my great-grandfather and his family. News of the child’s death spread, and so did the story of my great-grandfather’s     14    and kindness. Many local farmers    15    him with free watermelon seeds.
    In my eyes, my great-grandfather is a real hero    16    he followed his heart and did what was best for others. Although he was a poor man monetarily(在金钱上), he was    17    in the love he gave to others and the    18    he received.
    Whenever I find myself in    19    or confusing situations, I will remember his story. I smile with    20    when I follow his wisdom.
1.A.moreover    B.therefore    C.otherwise    D.however
2.A.encouraged    B.admired    C.blamed    D.comforted
3.A.small    B.strong    C.simple    D.secret
4.A.reaction    B.connection    C.devotion    D.suggestion
5.A.tears    B.worries    C.smiles    D.fears
6.A.costs    B.interests    C.wastes    D.food
7.A.waiting for    B.putting up    C.making for    D.picking up
8.A.remembered    B.understood    C.learned    D.agreed
9.A.protect    B.cure    C.raise    D.examine
10.A.informed    B.advised    C.presented    D.approached
11.A.brave    B.sensitive    C.caring    D.patient
12.A.raise    B.beat    C.forgive    D.save
13.A.grateful    B.hopeful    C.pitiful    D.regretful
14.A.generosity    B.modesty    C.optimism    D.fairness
15.A.rewarded    B.honored    C.repaid    D.followed
16.A.although    B.because    C.unless    D.when
17.A.famous    B.free    C.rich    D.popular
18.A.experience    B.freedom    C.support    D.respect
19.A.difficult    B.practical    C.misleading    D.strange
20.A.worry    B.satisfaction    C.pride    D.doubt

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People eat rice all over the world
    Rice ①(believe) to have been first grown inChinaor possibly somewhere else in eastern Asia around 10,000 years ago. ②earliest evidence of rice farming comes from a 7,000-year-old site near the lower Yangtze River village of Hemudu in Zhejiang province in China.
    Rice is a kind of food which requires much labor. In developed countries, the planting and harvesting is done ③(most) with machines. ④, in much of the world, these things are still largely done by hand. It takes one farmer 1,000 to 2,000 working hours ⑤(raise)a rice crop on 2.5 acres of land. The fact that rice needs so much labor means ⑥(keep)a lot of the population on the land.
    Rice is also a crop ⑦need of lots of water. The wet rice grown in most of Asia needs hot weather after a period of rain and conditions provided by the rainy seasons affect many of the places ⑧rice is grown.
    Rice straws(稻杆) ⑨(leave)in the fields add nutrients(营养物)to the soil after rice is harvested(收割). For the next crop, rice farmers can often enjoy a good harvest by adding little ⑩no fertilizer.(肥料)

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假定英语课上老师要求同桌之间交换修改作文,请你修改你同桌写的以下作文。作文中共有10处语言错误,每句中最多有两处。每处错误仅涉及一个单词的增加、删除或修改。
增加:在缺词处加一个漏字符号(∧)并在其下面写出该加的词。
删除:在错的词下划一横线,并在该词下面写出修改后的词。
注意:
1.每处错误及其修改均仅限一词;
2.只允许修改10处,多者(从第11处起)不计分。
    Of all my teachers, Mr Smith is the one who impress me most. While he is in his 40s, he looks very young for his age. Compare with other teachers, he pays many attention to the way of teaching. He tries various way to make his classes lively and interested. In his opinion, we should not only know “what it is”, but to understand “why it is so”. He encourages us to think independently instead giving us the answer to a question immediate. Under his guidance, we’ve learned what to solve problems. He is so learned a person that we all admire her.

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假设你叫李华,是你班上的英语课代表。为了弘扬中国传统文化,你校艺术俱乐部准备举办一次关于“国画(Chinese painting)”的讲座。你班外籍教师Peter对国画很感兴趣,给你发来邮件询问本次讲座的情况。请给Peter回复一封邀请信,内容包括:
1.讲座目的;             
2.讲座内容;
3.讲座时间和地点;  
4.邀请Peter参加。
注意: 
1.参考词汇   弘扬 promote
2.词数120左右;可以适当增加细节,以使行文连贯。
3.发言稿的开头与结束语已为你写好(不计入总词数)。
Dear Peter,
____________________________________________________________________________________________________________
____________________________________________________________________________________________________________
____________________________________________________________________________________________________________
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Yours
Li hua
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