kl800.com省心范文网

江苏省扬州市安宜高级中学2015届高三D部英语限时训练卷41


安宜高级中学 2015 届高三 D 部英语限时训练四十一
班级:___________姓名:___________学号:___________ I. 完形填空 I lost my sight when I was four years old by falling off a box car and landing on my head. Now I am thirty two. I can 1 remember the brightness of sunshine and what color red is. It would be wonderful to see again, but a 2 can do strange things to people. It 3 to me the other day that I might not have come to 4 life as I do if I hadn't been blind. I believe in life now. I am not so sure that I would have believed in it so deeply, otherwise. I don't mean that I would prefer to go without my eyes. I simply mean that the 5 of them made me appreciate more 6 I had left Life, I believe, asks a continuous series of 7 to reality. The more readily a person is able to make these adjustments, the more meaningful his own world becomes. The adjustment is never easy. But I was lucky. My parents and my teachers saw something in me----a 8 to live, you might call it---- which I didn't see, and they made me want to fight it out with 9 . The hardest lesson I had to learn was to believe in myself. If I hadn't been able to do that, I would have 10 and become a chair rocker on the front porch for the rest of my life. When I say 11 _ in myself I am not talking about simply the kind of self-confidence that helps me down an unfamiliar staircase alone. I mean something bigger than that: an assurance that I am, 12 imperfections, a real, positive person; that somewhere in the complex pattern of people there is a special place where I can make myself fit. It took me years to discover and strengthen this assurance. It had to start with the most 13 things. Once a man gave me an indoor baseball. I thought he was 14 me and I was 15 . “I can’t use this.” I said. “Take it with you,” he urged me, “and roll it around.” The words 16 in my head. “Roll it around!” By rolling the ball I could hear where it went. This gave me an idea how to achieve a goal I had thought 17 : playing baseball. At Philadelphia's Overbrook School for the Blind I 18 a successful game of baseball, which we called ground ball. All my life I have set ahead of me a series of 19 and then tried to reach them, one at a time. I had to learn my limitations. It was no good trying for something that I knew at the start was absolutely 20 because that only invited bitterness of failure. I would fail sometimes anyway but on the average I made progress. 1. A. deliberately B. definitely C. vaguely D. clearly 2. A. catastrophe B. catalogue C. caution D. category 3. A. struck B. occurred C. hit D. referred 4. A. determine B. hate C. influence D. love 5. A. confidence B. darkness C. misery D. loss 6. A. who B. where C. what D. why 7. A. adjustments B. assumptions C. attractions D. appointments 8. A. purpose B. potential C. pressure D. preparation 9. A. sight B. baseball C. blindness D. adaptation 10. A. acknowledged B. collapsed C. appreciated D. criticized 11. A. belief B. information C. understanding D. research 12. A. despite B. regardless C. beneath D. in spite 13. A. extreme B. elementary C. explicit D. efficient 14. A. abusing B. encouraging C. teasing D. laughing 15. A. injured B. worried C. disappointed D. hurt 16. A. stuck B. impressed C. occupied D. held 17. A. useless B. dull C. uninteresting D. impossible 18. A. made B. produced C. invented D. discovered 19. A. promises B. purposes C. intentions D. goals 20. A. out of control B. out of question C. out of sight D. out of reach II.阅读理解 A The United States Capitol is a monument, a working office building, and one of the most recognizable symbols of representative democracy (议会民主)in the world. Visitors are welcome to enter the building through the Capitol Visitor Center, located underground, beneath the East Front plaza of the U.S. Capitol at First Street and East Capitol Street. Hours—The Capitol Visitor Center is open to visitors from 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Monday

through Saturday except for Thanksgiving Day, Christmas Day, New Year's Day and on Inauguration Day. Admission and Passes—Admission to the Capitol Visitor Center is free. However, passes are required for tours of the historic Capitol. All visitors to the Capitol are required to go through security screening. Please review the U.S. Capitol prohibited items list before your visit. Tours—Tours of the U.S. Capitol need to be scheduled in advance through the Advance Reservation System or through the office of one of your Senators or your Representative. Visitors with Disabilities—The Capitol Visitor Center is fully accessible to people with disabilities. Listening devices with audio description of the films and exhibition are available at the Information Desks. All films have open captioning. In addition, there are a variety of other services for visitors with disabilities, including adaptive tours of the Capitol, wheelchairs, and sign-language interpreting services for individuals who are deaf or hard of hearing. Gift Shops—The Gift Shops are on the upper level and are open 9 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Monday through Saturday. The Gift Shops feature a unique selection of merchandise inspired by the Capitol's art and architectural treasures, fun and educational gifts, books, jewelry and exciting custom-designed products unavailable anywhere else. Restaurant—The Restaurant is on the lower level and is open 8:30 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. Monday through Saturday. Freshly made soups, salads, specialty entrees, pizzas, sandwiches, desserts, and beverages will reflect the diverse bounty of America and are available for purchase at the Restaurant. Meal vouchers may be reserved ahead of time for groups of 25 or more. Strollers and Baby Changing—Strollers are permitted in the Capitol Visitor Center and baby changing stations are available in each family restroom. Foreign Languages—Visitors may request listening devices for foreign-language versions of the films and the exhibition at the Information Desks. Service Animals—Service animals are allowed in the Capitol Visitor Center and the Capitol. 21. The brochure is meant to inform visitors of the Capitol tour's________. A. strict security measures B. considerate service C. thrilling attractions D. advanced management 22.If a tour group of fifty decide to split in two, half of them dining and the others shopping for souvenirs, both at the same time, which of the following is the right time? A. 4:30 pm Monday B. 3:30 pm Friday C. 4:30 pm Saturday D. 3:30 pm Sunday 23.Disabled visitors can receive the following services EXCEPT ________. A. Barrier-free access. B. Video or audio aid C. Sing-language interpreting services D. Service animals B Some people believe that international sport creates goodwill between the nations and that if countries play games together they will learn to live together. Others say that the opposite is true: that international contests encourage false national pride and lead to misunderstanding and hatred. There is probably some truth in both arguments, but in recent years the Olympic Games have done little to support the view that sport encourages international brotherhood. Not only was the Olympics the scene of a tragic incident involving the murder of athletes, but the Games were also ruined by lesser incidents caused mainly by minor national contests. One country received its second-place medals with visible indignation after the hockey final. There had been noisy scenes at the end of the hockey match, the losers objecting to the final decisions. They were convinced that one of their goals should not have been disallowed and that their opponents' victory was unfair. Their manager was in a rage when he said: “This wasn’t hockey. Hockey and the International Hockey Federation are finished." The president of the Federation said later that such behavior could result in the suspension of the team for at least three years. The American basketball team announced that they would not yield first place to Russia, after a disputable end to their contest. The game had ended in disturbance. It was thought at first that the United States had won by a single point, but it was announced that there were three seconds still to play. A Russian player then threw the ball from one end of the court to the other, and another player popped it into the basket. It was the first time the U.S.A. had ever lost an Olympic basketball match. An appeal jury debated the matter for four and a half hours before announcing that the result would stand. The American players then voted not to receive the silver medals. Incidents of this kind will continue as long as sport is played competitively rather than for the love of the game. The suggestion that athletes should compete as individuals, or in non-national teams, might be too much to hope for. But in the present organization of the Olympics there is far

too much that encourages aggressive patriotism. 24. What did the manager mean by saying, "Hockey and the International Hockey Federation are finished”? A. His team would no longer take part in international games. B. There should be no more hockey matches organized by the Federation. C. Hockey and the Federation are both ruined by the unfair decisions. D. The Federation should be dismissed in the future. 25. The author gives the two examples in Paragraphs 2 and 3 to show_______ . A. how national pride led to undesirable incidents in international games B. that sportsmen are less aggressive than they used to be C. that competitiveness in the games discourages international friendship D. that unfair decisions are common in the Olympic Games 26. What conclusion can be drawn from the passage? A. The organization of the Olympic Games must be improved. B. Athletes should compete as individuals in the Olympic Games. C. Sport should be played competitively rather than for the love of the game. D. International contests will lead to misunderstanding between nations III.任务型阅读 It's no surprise that sports can greatly benefit a child physically, psychologically, and socially. A 2008 Women's Sports Foundation Report concluded that children's athletic participation has something to do with increased levels of family satisfaction, great achievement in study, and an overall better quality of life for children. And a study published in last month's American Journal of Preventive Medicine showed that kids who are active at age 5 wind up with less body fat at ages 8 and 11. But one hotly debated discussion focuses on the kinds of sports kids should play, with parents incorrectly thinking, "Lizzie is so quiet. We should enroll her in basketball and soccer to try to get her to open up.” But increasingly, experts are suggesting the healthier instinct might be, “Lizzie is so quiet. Maybe we should see if she likes playing with a big team like softball or if she likes ballet or swimming, where she can work more on her own terms." Participation in any sport is going to provide kids with life skills the ability to focus and to concentrate, the ability to handle pressure in tough situations, and the ability to stay calm when things aren't going just right," explains Orlando-based youth sports psychology expert Patrick Cohn. Those lessons will cany over into future, non-sports endeavors. Team sports certainly offer benefits not as easily obtained via individual activities, as players learn how to communicate and work with others, and there's the potential to develop leadership abilities. Team sports also help kids develop their social identity. Our sense of worth is developed through what we achieve and a sense of belonging. Individual sports offer distinct advantages, too, like developing a child’s sense of independence. "Here, you don't depend upon teammates,says Cohn. "You take full responsibility, whether you do well or perform poorly.” Many of Cohn’s young clients complain about pressure from teammates or coaches to make zero mistakes or carry more of the team than they may want to; these kids may enjoy a solo sport like tennis or gymnastics. Individual activities keep kids from comparing themselves to the best players on the team, a habit that does little to help confidence levels. Instead, it encourages them to compare their skills to their own past performances. With individual sports like swimming or track, it's easier for the child to participate on his own, at his leisure, without having to round up a bunch of like-minded peers. Above all, while some children thrive(健康成长) on the excitement of competition, others are more likely to benefit from the freedom of individual sports, and finding the right balance can be necessary for children’s enjoyment. What parents think is encouragement, children often consider as pressure. So try to understand what they want from sports. Title Team sports or individual sports

How sports children

● Sports can greatly benefit a child physically, psychologically, and socially. benefit ● Sports have something to do with increased levels of family satisfaction, 1 achievement, and an overall better quality of life for children. ● For parents, they want their children to take part in the team sports which don't 3 their character ● For experts, any sport will be 4 to children’s ability to focus, handle pressure and stay calm, which has a long-lasting 5 ______

Different 2

● Children can learn how to communicate and work with others. How team Sports ● Children will have the potential to develop leadership abilities. benefit children ● Children will develop their social 6 . ● They develop children's sense of independence and 7 ____ and relax them. How individual, sports ● 8 of to the best players, they will compare their skills to benefit children their own past performances. ● Individual sports allow children free from peer 9 . ● Finding the right balance is a 10 for children's enjoyment. ● Try to understand what they want from sports. 31-35 CABCB 36-40 AABCD 41-45 ADCDD

Conclusion 限时 41 完形填空 26-30 CABDD 阅读理解 BBD 任务型阅读 1. academic 6. identity

CCA 3. match 8. Instead 4. beneficial 5. effect/influence/impact 9. pressure 10. necessity/must

2. opinions/views 7. responsibility


江苏省扬州市安宜高级中学2015届高三D部英语限时训练卷44.doc

江苏省扬州市安宜高级中学2015届高三D部英语限时训练卷44_英语_高中教育_教

江苏省扬州市安宜高级中学2015届高三D部英语限时训练卷40.doc

江苏省扬州市安宜高级中学2015届高三D部英语限时训练卷40_英语_高中教育_教

江苏省扬州市安宜高级中学2015届高三D部英语限时训练卷....doc

江苏省扬州市安宜高级中学2015届高三D部英语限时训练卷26_高考_高中教育_教育专区。江苏省扬州市安宜高级中学2015届高三D部英语限时训练卷26 ...

江苏省扬州市安宜高级中学2015届高三D部英语限时训练卷42.doc

江苏省扬州市安宜高级中学2015届高三D部英语限时训练卷42_英语_高中教育_教

江苏省扬州市安宜高级中学2015届高三D部英语限时训练卷31.doc

江苏省扬州市安宜高级中学2015届高三D部英语限时训练卷31_英语_高中教育_教

江苏省扬州市安宜高级中学2015届高三D部英语限时训练卷24.doc

江苏省扬州市安宜高级中学2015届高三D部英语限时训练卷24_英语_高中教育_教

江苏省扬州市安宜高级中学2015届高三D部英语限时训练卷29.doc

江苏省扬州市安宜高级中学2015届高三D部英语限时训练卷29_英语_高中教育_教

江苏省扬州市安宜高级中学2015届高三D部英语限时训练卷34.doc

江苏省扬州市安宜高级中学2015届高三D部英语限时训练卷34_英语_高中教育_教

江苏省扬州市安宜高级中学2015届高三D部英语限时训练卷33.doc

江苏省扬州市安宜高级中学2015届高三D部英语限时训练卷33_英语_高中教育_教

江苏省扬州市安宜高级中学2015届高三D部英语限时训练卷19.doc

江苏省扬州市安宜高级中学2015届高三D部英语限时训练卷19_英语_高中教育_教

江苏省扬州市安宜高级中学2015届高三D部英语限时训练卷14.doc

江苏省扬州市安宜高级中学2015届高三D部英语限时训练卷14_英语_高中教育_教

江苏省扬州市安宜高级中学2015届高三D部英语限时训练卷5.doc

江苏省扬州市安宜高级中学2015届高三D部英语限时训练卷5_英语_高中教育_教育

江苏省扬州市安宜高级中学2015届高三D部英语限时训练卷1.doc

江苏省扬州市安宜高级中学2015届高三D部英语限时训练卷1_英语_高中教育_教育

江苏省扬州市安宜高级中学2015届高三D部英语限时训练卷18.doc

江苏省扬州市安宜高级中学2015届高三D部英语限时训练卷18_英语_高中教育_教

江苏省扬州市安宜高级中学2015届高三D部英语限时训练卷15.doc

江苏省扬州市安宜高级中学2015届高三D部英语限时训练卷15_英语_高中教育_教

江苏省扬州市安宜高级中学2015届高三D部英语限时训练卷37.doc

江苏省扬州市安宜高级中学2015届高三D部英语限时训练卷37_高考_高中教育_教育专区。江苏省扬州市安宜高级中学2015届高三D部英语限时训练卷37 ...

江苏省扬州市安宜高级中学2015届高三D部英语限时训练卷17.doc

江苏省扬州市安宜高级中学2015届高三D部英语限时训练卷17_英语_高中教育_教

江苏省扬州市安宜高级中学2015届高三D部英语限时训练卷7.doc

江苏省扬州市安宜高级中学2015届高三D部英语限时训练卷7_英语_高中教育_教育

江苏省扬州市安宜高级中学2015届高三D部英语限时训练卷35.doc

江苏省扬州市安宜高级中学2015届高三D部英语限时训练卷35_英语_高中教育_教

江苏省扬州市安宜高级中学2015届高三D部英语限时训练卷16.doc

江苏省扬州市安宜高级中学2015届高三D部英语限时训练卷16_英语_高中教育_教