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河南省郑州市第一中学2018届高三上学期质量评估二英语试卷

  • 题型:语法填空 难易度:困难

    1 .

    The eye doctor instructed her patient to read a chart on the wall.He looked at it and read,“A,B,F,N,L and G.” The doctor turned the light back on and wrote in her notebook.

    “How about that,Doc?”the patient1(wonder).

    She replied,“Let's put it this way-they're numbers.”

    2Doc,"he argued,“this is the way I see it!”

    Much of my happiness or unhappiness is a result of my habit."This is the way I see it,"I tell3(me).

    I see some problems as challenges that encourage me4(take) action and others as obstacles that stop further progress.It's just the way I see it.

    And sometimes I see new situations as fun,and other times I see them as fearful.

    My life can be OK if I see it that way,or it can be a major source of stress.And an unexpected thing in my schedule can be a bother or,if I see it that way,5(possible) the most important thing I could do that day.Even6 embarrassing mistake can be the beginning of a new learning.

    One of the greatest7(secret) to my happiness is forgetting that it is not always about what is happening to me—it's8(much) about the way I see it.

    Like Marcel Proust said,"The real voyage of discovery9(lie) not in seeking new landscapes, but10having new eyes."It's the way we see it.

     

  • 题型:其他阅读题型 难易度:中等

    2 .

    Kids with special needs refer to any kid who might need extra help because of a medical,emotional,or learning problem.For example,kids who cannot walk need wheelchairs.They not only need equipment that helps them get around,but they might need to have ramps(坡道)or elevators available.1

    Kids with an illness would have special needs,too2Kids with sight problems might need Braille books to read.Kids with hearing problems might need hearing aids.

    3It might be harder to do normal things,like learning to read or just getting around the school.The good news is that parents,doctors,nurses,teachers,and others can help.The goal is to help kids be as independent as possible.

    Other kids can also be a big help.How?By being a friend.Kids who use a wheelchair or have lots of health problems want friends just as you do.But meeting people and making friends can be difficult.4Be sure to tell a teacher if you see someone being bullied(欺辱)or teased.

    5Being friendly to kids with special needs is one of the best ways to be helpful.As you get to know them they may help you understand what it's like to be in their shoes.And you'll be helping fill a very special need,one that everybody has-the need for good mends.

    A.Some kids might laugh at or make fun of them.

    B.It is good manners to offer help to kids with special needs.

    C.Life can be challenging for a kid with special needs.

    D.They also might need to get a special bus to school.

    E.They might need medicine or other help as they go about their daily activities.

    F.Also,try to be helpful if you know someone with special needs.

    G.Someone could have trouble with anxiety,but you wouldn't know it unless told about it.

     

  • 题型:阅读理解 难易度:中等

    3 .

    If you're thinking about reaching for another biscuit to get you through the working day,think again.Eating unhealthy snacks at your desk makes you pile on almost half a stone a year,a survey has revealed.The waistlines of women suffer the most,with the average female putting on 61b 3oz—the equivalent of a whole dress size—while men see their weight increase by 51b 20z.

    The report into our eating habits found that,on average,we eat at least two snacks a day,with 30 percent of us tucking into three or more.Women admit eating more than men,with a further 13 percent of ladies scoffing four or more snacks a day.The research,by The Village Bakery,found biscuits are the most common vice,with 42 percent regularly opening a pack,closely followed by chocolate (38 percent),crisps (32 percent) and cakes (13 percent).

    And office workers are worse than most.Cakes and biscuits brought into work by colleagues are one of the main temptations office staff give in to.In addition,33 percent admit reaching for nibbles to cope with stress and 22 percent say they need a sugar rush to perk them up in the afternoon.

    Simon Staddon,of The Village Bakery,said:"We were aware time-poor office workers can find it difficult to easily access a nutritional lunch.But we were really shocked by the extent to which 'quick fix' lunches are affecting weight gain and general well-being.Popular mid-afternoon pick-me-ups such as biscuits,chocolate and cakes are high in calories,fat and full of sugar,all of which affect your blood sugar levels and ultimately lead to weight gain."

    The survey of 2,000 British men and women suggests we are often ashamed of our unhealthy eating. Twenty-four percent of Britons admit lying about how many snacks they eat with 33 percent of women lying, compared to 20 percent of men.Unfortunately,it's as if we are not likely to do anything positive to counteract the sweet treats.

    【1】According to the passage,women usually put weight on first______.

    A. on the face    B. on the legs

    C. on the feet    D. in the middle

    【2】What's the main reason of eating snacks in the office?

    A. Colleagues eat them to save money.

    B. Staff use them to cope with their lunches.

    C. Colleagues often bring them to office.

    D. Bosses invite staff to eat them.

    【3】Why do office workers eat a "quick fix" lunch?

    A. Because it has much of nutrition.

    B. Because it has little effect on weight gain.

    C. Because it has little effect on general well-being.

    D. Because they have a short time to have their lunches.

    【4】It can be inferred that British women are______.

    A. less likely to lie on snacks than men

    B. more likely to lie on snacks than men

    C. more ashamed of eating snacks than men

    D. less ashamed of eating snacks than men

     

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