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    来源: 上海市复兴高级中学2016届高三3月月考英语试题 Word版含答案.doc

    Better Solar Energy Systems: More Heat, More Light

    Solar photovoltaic thermal energy systems (太阳能光伏热能系统), or PVTs, produce both heat and electricity, but until now they haven’t been very good at the heat-producing part __51__ a stand-alone (单机的) solar thermal collector. That’s because they operate at low temperatures to cool crystalline silicon solar cells (晶体硅太阳能电池), which lets the silicon produce more electricity but isn’t a very __52__ way to gather heat.

    That’s a problem of economics. A solar-electric system is run at a comparatively lower __53__, while good solar hot-water systems can harvest much more energy. And it’s also a space problem: photovoltaic (光伏的) cells can __54__ all the space on the roof, leaving little room for thermal applications.

    In a pair of studies, Joshua Pearce, an associate professor of materials science and engineering, has designed a __55__ in the form of a better PVT made with a different kind of silicon. His research partners are Kunal Girotra from Thin Silicon in California and Michael Pathak and Stephen Harrison from Queen’s University, Canada.

    Most solar panels (电池板) are made with crystalline silicon, but you can also make solar cells out of amorphous silicon (非晶体硅), __56__ known as thin-film silicon. They don’t create as much electricity, but they are lighter, flexible, and cheaper. Because they __57__ much less silicon, they are more environmental friendly and have a greener footprint. __58__, thin-film silicon solar cells can be easily damaged and are breakable.

    “That means that, when you expose them to light, their efficiency __59__ ---- pretty much the worst possible effect for a solar cell,” Pearce explains, which is one of the reasons thin-film solar panels make up only a small __60__ of the market.

    However, Pearce and his team eventually found a way to improve the __61__ of solar panels by uniting thin-film silicon into a whole in a new type of PVT after many experiments. You don’t have to cool down thin-film silicon to make it work and improve its working efficiency. __62__, Pearce’s group discovered that by heating it to solar-thermal operating __63__, near the boiling point of water, they could make thicker cells that largely overcame the __64__ effect. When they applied the thin-film silicon directly to a solar thermal energy collector, they also found that by baking the solar cell once a day, they __65__ the solar cell’s electrical efficiency by over 10 percent.

    51. A. focused on

    B. exposed to

    C. protected from

    D. compared with

    52. A. efficient

    B. reasonable

    C. normal

    D. passive

    53. A. value

    B. reward

    C. cost

    D. price

    54. A. put up

    B. take up

    C. make up

    D. break up

    55. A. decision

    B. solution

    C. suggestion

    D. qualification

    56. A. roughly

    B. probably

    C. generally

    D. specially

    57. A. replace

    B. produce

    C. exchange

    D. require

    58. A. Unfortunately

    B. Luckily

    C. Similarly

    D. Evidently

    59. A. works

    B. counts

    C. rises

    D. drops

    60. A. choice

    B. content

    C. portion

    D. element

    61. A. range

    B. function

    C. appearance

    D. extent

    62. A. In contrast

    B. In brief

    C. In fact

    D. In general

    63. A. locations

    B. conditions

    C. surroundings

    D. temperatures

    64. A. negative

    B. inexact

    C. inevitable

    D. complex

    65. A. increased

    B. defined

    C. wasted

    D. lowered

    题型:完型填空  知识点:科普环保类
  • 难度: 使用次数:2 入库时间:2017-05-17
    来源: 上海市复兴高级中学2015-2016学年高一上学期期末考试英语试题 Word版含答案.doc

    Angel Investment

    The phone rang. “I’d like to drop off a bank draft (汇票),” said a man’s voice in a robotic tone. “Will you be __51__ in the next 20 minutes?” I said yes.

    The call wasn’t a __52__. Twelve years ago, I was diagnosed (诊断) with a disorder that causes my skin and internal organs (内脏器官) to __53__. Basically, I’m turning to stone. I’ve been able to buy some time with expensive medicine, but the disease has__54__, and my doctors are working hard to avoid lung fibrosis (纤维症), which leads to heart failure.

    Last year, I learned about an experimental procedure in Chicago, with an 80 percent success rate, that can _55__ my stem cells, purify them and put them back into my body to __56__ a clean, new immune system (免疫系统). My four kids started fund raising in June to __57__, in part, the $125,000 cost of the treatment. I assumed the __58__, who phoned on July 3, had read about our website in the local paper and wanted to give a donation.

    Ten minutes later, a middle-aged man __59__ at my door. Opening the door, I found he was tall and wore a white golfer’s cap, big sunglasses and a grey spring coat. He handed me a long white __60__. I said, “God bless you.” He didn’t say a word. He just smiled and walked away. I closed the door and opened the envelope. The number on the draft made no __61__— I was sure I was reading it wrong: $128,000. I fell down, and the crash brought my mom running. When she got there, I shouted, “Oh, my God, oh, my God.” We __62__ each other, crying and screaming.

    Who was he? Friends ask if I think he was an actor or a hockey player. I didn’t get the feeling that he was __63__. But it’s not important. __64__, here’s what __65__: In January, I’ll be in Chicago for the three-month operation. Whoever that man was, he saved my life.

    51   A.   away              B.    through               C.  across                 D.    around

    52   A.   surprise           B.    coincidence        C.  remedy                D.    confusion

    53   A.   blacken           B.    tighten                C.  strengthen            D.    harden

    54   A.   sped up          B.    made up             C.  build up               D.    shown up

    55   A.   remark            B.    remove               C.  remind                 D.    replace

    56   A.   maintain         B.    contain               C.  benefit                 D.    grow

    57   A.   fund                B.    handle                C.  cover                   D.    repay

    58   A.   robot             B.    blogger               C.  caller                  D.    operator

    59   A.   arrived            B.    wandered           C.  appeared             D.    knocked

    60   A.   envelope         B.    letter                   C.  present                D.    draft

    61   A.   sense              B.    mistake               C.  effort                   D.    sign

    62   A.   balanced         B.    greeted               C.  enjoyed               D.    held

    63   A.   famous            B.    wealthy               C.  effective              D.    adequate

    64   A.   Therefore        B.    Besides              C.  However             D.    Instead

    65   A.   impresses        B.    applies               C.  matters               D.    minds

    题型:完型填空  知识点:科普环保类
  • 难度: 使用次数:3 入库时间:2017-05-15
    来源: 山西省实验中学2017届高三3月联考英语试题 Word版含答案.doc

    Walking alone on a remote beach in southwest Florida, I was surprised to hear splashes coming from the water. As I walked in the   41   of the sounds, I saw a manatee(海牛)show its head out of the water,   42  a great snuffling(带鼻音的)breath. It seemed that it was in   43  and trying to get out of it.

    I'd never seen a   44   like this before. I wanted to   45   , but there was no one else on the beach. So I went into the shallow water and went toward the animal. I came   46   enough to make out the manatee. Then, a second manatee, much smaller, appeared beside it.   47  , the manatees were also moving toward me. Soon I was   48  by several manatees. I could clearly see the larger manatee   49  the little one up with her flipper(鳍状肢)and pushed it to the   50  beside me.

    As the two slipped underwater, two other manatees moved up from behind, one on either side,   51  gently against my body as they swam past. They circled and  52   the action, this time   53  by the mother and her baby. I held my hand out touching their back as they passed me. Since they obviously enjoyed touching me, I began   54  each of them as they swam by.

    I stood there enjoying the scene,   55   to move, until finally the rising tide forced me back to the shore. Later I knew exactly what took place that morning. The manatees   56  me in their celebration of a birth and I was welcome to meet the    57  member of their family.

    During that unexpected scene, I felt more involved in the rhythms of  58  on our earth than ever. Each year, I head for that   59  for a quiet little birthday picnic on the shore. After all, you never know who might   60  up for your party.

    41. A. direction        B. condition        C. middle           D. side

    42. A. making out       B. putting out      C. coming out       D. letting out

    43. A. force            B. trouble      C. loss         D. action

    44. A. look         B. feel         C. sight            D. smell

    45. A. leave            B. see          C. find         D. help

    46. A. close            B. soon         C. quick            D. straight

    47. A. Luckily          B. Personally       C. Unexpectedly     D. Sadly

    48. A. watched      B. surrounded       C. attacked     D. separated

    49. A. turn             B. eat          C. throw            D. hold

    50. A. field            B. surface      C. pool         D. bank

    51. A. rubbing          B. preventing       C. surfing      D. comforting

    52. A. practiced        B. changed      C. repeated     D. showed

    53. A. seen             B. followed     C. taught           D. ordered

    54. A. moving           B. hitting          C. catching     D. touching

    55. A. unwilling        B. ready            C. unable       D. afraid

    56. A. invited          B. protected        C. included     D. fought

    57. A. best         B. oldest           C. toughest     D. newest

    58. A. life         B. music            C. world            D. development

    59. A. boat             B. hill             C. beach            D. scene

    60. A. build            B. show             C. look             D. step

    题型:完型填空  知识点:科普环保类
  • 难度: 使用次数:7 入库时间:2017-05-12
    来源: 宁夏育才中学孔德校区2016-2017学年高一下学期第一次(3月)月考英语试题 Word版含答案.doc

         A terrible fever made Anne Sullivan nearly lose her eyesight in her childhoodand the doctors said she was a hopelessly mad girl. She had been  41  in the basement of a mental hospital(精神病医院) in Boston.Sometimeslittle Annie   42  hit anyone who came near to her. She ignored everyone who appeared in front of her most of the time.

        Howeveran old nurse  43  that little Annie had hope. She went to  44   little Annie every day. The child ignored her in most casesbut the old nurse  45  stopped seeing her every day in the basement. The  46  lady left cookies for little Annie and spoke words full of encouragement to her. She believed that as long as she showed   47  little Annie could get better.

        Finallythe doctors noticed the  48   in little Annie. They moved her upstairs and her condition continued   49  . Then her last day there cameand the child who seemed to be “  50  went out of the locked door of the mental hospital.

        After she grew upAnne Sullivan hoped to  51  othersjust as the kind old nurse helped her. She became the  52  of Helen Keller.She  53  hertrained her strictly and worked with her  54  she lit the candle that brought  55  to the whole world. Anne Sullivan  56  a miracle(奇迹) in the life of Helen Keller. But first it was a kind nurse who had full  57   in little Annie that turned a(n)   58  child into a great teacher.

        If there had been no Anne Sullivanthe name of Helen Keller would not be  59  . But if there hadn’t been a  60  who kept showing loveAnne Sullivan wouldn’t be known to the worldeither.

    41.A.hidden                       B.received          C.locked                    D.found

    42.A.angrily                        B.proudly           C.warmly                  D.secretly

    43.A.praised                      B.doubted           C.believed                D.remembered

    44.A.treat                           B.see               C.promise                D.miss

    45.A.still                             B.already            C.ever                     D.never

    46.A.hard­working             B.good­looking       C.open­minded         D.kind­hearted

    47.A.cheer                         B.love              C.luck                      D.happiness

    48.A.worries                      B.problems          C.changes                 D.needs

    49.A.worsening                  B.spreading          C.increasing              D.improving

    50.A.active                         B.healthy            C.hopeless               D.useless

    51.A.greet                          B.help              C.surprise                 D.please

    52.A.classmate                   B.teacher            C.neighbor               D.boss

    53.A.laughed at                  B.waited for         C.looked at               D.cared for

    54.A.if                                B.unless            C.until                        D.because

    55.A.time                           B.dream            C.light                       D.power

    56.A.created                      B.shared            C.stopped                 D.expected

    57.A.control                       B.shame            C.pity                        D.confidence

    58.A.stupid                        B.lazy              C.funny                     D.unfriendly

    59.A.called                         B.known            C.left                        D.protected

    60.A.doctor                       B.patient            C.nurse                     D.worker

    题型:完型填空  知识点:科普环保类
  • 难度: 使用次数:3 入库时间:2017-04-19
    来源: 天津市新华中学2017届高三下学期第二次统练英语试题 Word版含答案.doc

    What is intelligence anyway? When I was in the army I    16    an intelligence test that all soldiers took, and, against    17    of 100, scored 160.

    I had an auto-repair man once, who, on these intelligence tests, could not    18    have scored more than 80.    19   , when anything went wrong with my car I hurried to him —and he always   20    it.

    Well, then, suppose my auto-repair man    21    questions for some intelligence tests. By every one of them I'd prove myself    22   . In a world where I have to work with my   23   , I'd do poorly.

    Consider my auto-repair man    24   . He had a habit of telling    25   . One time he said, Doc, a deaf-and-dumb (聋哑) man    26    some nails. Having entered a store, he put two fingers together on the counter and made    27    movements with the other hand. The clerk brought him a hammer. He    28    his head and pointed to the two fingers he was hammering. The clerk    29    him some nails. He picked out the right size and left. Well, Doc, the    30  man who came in was blind. He wanted scissors.    31    do you suppose he asked for them?” I lifted my right hand and made scissoring movements with my first two fingers. He burst out laughing and said, “Why, you fool, he used his    32    and asked for them. I've been    33   that on all my customers today, but I knew    34    I'd catch you.” “Why is that?” I asked. “Because you are so goddamned educated. Doc. I knew you couldn't be very    35   .”

     And I have an uneasy feeling he had something there.

        16. A. failed             B. wrote              C. received                D. chose

        17. A. an average            B. a total             C. an exam       D. a number

        18. A. always           B. possibly          C. certainly       D. frequently

        19. A. Then                 B. Thus              C. Therefore          D. Yet

        20. A. fixed             B. checked          C. drove          D. changed

        21. A. answered      B. practiced         C. designed          D. tried

        22. A. teacher          B. doctor            C. winner            D. fool

        23. A. brains                 B. effort              C. hands        D. attention

        24. A. again                B. as usual                C. too             D. as well

        25. A. lies               B. jokes             C. news            D. tales

        26. A. bought           B. tested             C. found         D. needed

        27. A. cutting       B. hammering   C. waving        D. circling

        28. A. nodded      B. raised                C. shook     D. turned

        29. A. brought           B. packed            C. sent           D. sold

        30. A. clever       B. other             C. right            D. next

        31. A. What             B. How                C. Who         D. Which

        32. A. imagination     B. hand              C. voice         D. information

        33. A. trying        B. proving           C. practicing    D. examining

        34. A. for sure     B. at once                 C. in fact       D. right now

        35. A. clear            B. silly             C. slow     D. smart

    题型:完型填空  知识点:科普环保类
  • 难度: 使用次数:8 入库时间:2017-03-28
    来源: 山东省曲阜师范大学附属中学2017届高三上学期期末考试英语试题 Word版含答案.doc

       Attitude with action is everything. That’s what I’ve  41   from a simple person at our office gym.

       Last month our city conducted a fitness center---“FitnessOne”. And we had a trainer there, who had a bad  42 to his work and us. He used to come down to our office every evening but he was least  43  about who was coming in and what people were doing inside. He only talked about the money he earned by  44 people individually in another fitness center where he  45  in the mornings. He never guided us.  46 , he would not even  47  properly when any of us asked about the way of doing exercise.  48  , at the end of last month he was  49  and we got a new trainer.

       The gentleman was Bala. He would quietly come in and do  50  for the first few days except looking at the register,  51  who came regularly to the gym. Slowly, he became  52  with the users and started to correct their mistakes while exercising. And people built up  53  in him. Yesterday, he called me to watch some specific exercises.  54  his interim(昨时的)period of one month was coming to a(n)  55  , he wanted me to learn them properly before he left us. we’ve  56  FitnessOne to appoint Bala as a  57   trainer and now we are waiting for their reply.

       Bala could have taken his role as a trainer like our  58  guy since he stayed here only for a month. But he  59 to take it seriously and sincerely. His positive attitude along with his  60  gained our trust and support. I think this is his great achievement.

    41. A. heard                     B. suffered                C. collected               D. learnt

    42. A. reply                       B .attention                C. attitude          D. devotion

    43. A. bothered                B. delighted               C. moved            D. disappointed

    44. A. praising           B. inspiring                C. training          D. comforting

    45. A. worked            B. studied           C. struggled              D. completed

    46. A. However          B. Moreover       C. Therefore      D. Otherwise

    47. A. promise           B. react              C. think               D. answer

    48. A. Surprisingly     B. Hopefully        C. Fortunately    D. Sadly

    49. A. scolded           B. fired               C. attacked                D. recognized

    50. A. something              B. nothing           C. anything                D. everything

    51. A. turning out       B. coming out     C. figuring out    D. looking out

    52. A. popular            B. patient            C. similar            D. familiar

    53. A. fame                       B. trust                      C. courage                D. strength

    54. A. As                    B. If                     C. Once              D. Unless

    55. A. turn                 B. delay              C. end                 D. change

    56. A. allowed            B. taught            C. warned           D. requested

    57. A. permanent              B. private            C. skillful            D. temporary

    58. A. latter                       B. former            C. future             D. present

    59. A. refused            B. chose             C. tended           D. continued

    60. A. dream              B. standard               C. action             D. policy

    题型:完型填空  知识点:科普环保类
  • 难度: 使用次数:3 入库时间:2017-03-24
    来源: 陕西省延安市黄陵中学2015-2016学年高一下学期期末英语试卷 Word版含解析.doc

    Expressions on the face carry meaningswhich depends on situations and relationshipsFor instancein American culture the smile is typically an expression of 41    Yet it has other functionsA smile may 42     lovepolitenessor43       true feelingIt is also a source of confusion(混乱) across 44   .(45     many people in Russia 46         smiling at strangers in public to be unusual or even suspicious(怀疑).Yet many Americans 47     freely at strangers in public placesSome Russians believe that Americans smile in the wrong 48     some Americans believe that Russians don't smile enoughIn Southeast Asian culturesa smile is frequently used to cover emotional pain or mental difficultydiscomfort or anxiety

    Our faces make our emotions and attitudes known,(49        we should not try to"read"people from another culture 50          we would"read"someone from our own cultureThe degree of facial expressiveness one shows changes 51    persons and culturesThe fact that members of one culture do not 52     their emotions as openly as members of53     does not mean 54     they do not55    emotionsRathertheir cultures 56    them from expressing their emotion and attitudes freely

    If we57      people whose 58          of showing emotion are not the same according to59           own cultural patternswe may make the 60   of"reading"the other persons incorrectly

















    45AIn short

    BAs a result

    CFor example

    DOn the contrary





























    53Athe others


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    题型:完型填空  知识点:科普环保类
  • 难度: 使用次数:2 入库时间:2017-03-22
    来源: 广东省广东实验中学2017届高三10月月考英语试题 Word版含解析.doc

    The concept of solitude (独处) in the digital world is almost non-existent. In the world of digital technology, e-mail, social networking and online video games, information is meant to be __21__. Solitude can be hard to discover __22__ it has been given up. In this respect, new technologies have __23__ our culture.

    The desire to be connected has brought solitude to a(n) __24__ as we’ve known it. People have become so __25__ in the world of networks and connections that one can often be contacted __26__ they’d rather not be. Today we can talk, text, e-mail, chat and blog, not only from our__27__, but from our mobile phones as well.

    Most developed nations have become __28__ on digital technology simply because they’ve grown accustomed to it, and at this point not __29__ it would make them an outsider. __30__ , many jobs and careers require people to be __31__ . From this point of view, technology has changed the culture of work. Being reachable might feel like a __32__ to those who may not want to be able to be contacted at all times.

    I suppose the positive side is that solitude is still possible for anyone who __33__ wants it. Computers can be __34__ and mobile phones can be turned off. The ability to be “connected” and “ on” has many __35__ , as well as disadvantages. Travelers have ended up __36__ on mountains, and mobile phones have saved countless lives. They can also make people feel __37__ and forced to answer unwanted calls or __38__ to unwanted texts.

    Attitudes towards our connectedness as a society __39__ across generations. Some find today’s technology a gift. Others consider it a curse. Regardless of anyone’s view on the subject, it’s hard to imagine what life would be like__40__ daily advancements in technology.

    21. A. updated        B. received          C. shared               D. collected

    22. A. though      B. until            C. once                 D. before 

    23.A. respected       B. shaped             C. ignored                  D. preserved

    24.A. edge              B. stage                C. end                      D. balance

    25.A. sensitive        B. intelligent         C. considerate              D. reachable

    26. A. even if          B. only if              C. as if                    D. if only  

    27.A. media             B. computers            C. databases                D. monitors

    28.A. bent           B. hard                C. keen                 D. dependent

    29. A. finding        B. using              C. protecting               D. changing

    30.A. Also              B. Instead              C. Otherwise            D. Somehow 

    31.A. connected       B. trained           C. recommended              D. interested

    32.A. pleasure        B. benefit           C. burden                   D. disappointment

    33.A. slightly         B. hardly               C. merely                   D. really

    34.A. cut out           B. shut down        C. taken off            D. broken down  

    35.A. aspects           B. weaknesses           C. advantages           D. exceptions

    36.A. hidden            B. lost                 C. relaxed              D. deserted

    37.A. trapped           B. excited              C. confused                 D. amused

    38.A. turn            B. submit             C. object                   D. reply

    39.A. vary            B. arise              C. spread                   D. exist

    40.A. beyond        B. within               C. despite                  D. without

    题型:完型填空  知识点:科普环保类
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    来源: 吉林省梅河口市第五中学2016-2017学年高二上学期期末考试英语试题 Word版含答案.doc

    Cell phones are one of the most useful invention of the last 50 years, but not everything that is said about them is ____41____. The phones are ____42____ blamed for a number of things, from thumb injuries and headaches to house fires. One theory even blames cell phones for the ____43___ of bees!

    The theory is that the bees’ navigation systems are ____44____ by the radiation(辐射) that is given off by cell phones. Bees have a ____45____ system a little like a GPS, and this helps them ____46___ their way back to their hives (where bees live). But recently, thousands of bees have ___47____ to find their way home. It is believed that they are ____48____ far from their hives.

    The ____49____ was first noticed by beekeepers in the U.S. and is a lot more ___50____ than it seems at first. Did you know that most of the world’s crops are pollinated (授粉) by bees? Without bees, the crops can’t continue to ___51____. Many beekeepers in the U.S. and Europe have reported ____52____ between 50 and 70 percent of their bees. Rick Smith, a beekeeper in Arizona, says that bees are dying in numbers that “we haven’t seen ___53____”. At one time Smith had 8,500 hives. Now the number has been ____54___ to 1,280.

    Nobody has proven that the cell phone theory is true, but it’s a ___55____ that bees are disappearing in very large numbers. And we can’t ____56____ without them. Einstein said that ___57____ all our bees disappeared, man would only live for four more years! The ___58____ needs to be evaluated by the world’s best scientists. If the cell phone theory is ____59___, we need to do something about it ___60____, before it’s too late.

    41. A. clear             B. false                   C. good                D. strange

    42. A. hardly            B. mainly                C. completely          D. frequently

    43. A. movement       B. health                C. protection           D. disappearance

    44. A. guided          B. damaged               C. shaped              D. powered

    45. A. weak            B. different               C. built-in               D. slowly-moving

    46. A. design           B. follow               C. find                 D. choose

    47. A. started           B. failed                C. continued            D. refused

    48. A. eating            B. dying                C. flying               D. dancing

    49. A. problem          B. mistake                C. question              D. difficulty

    50. A. actual            B. basic                 C. serious              D. important

    51. A. struggle           B. grow                 C. harvest              D. change

    52. A. killing             B. catching             C. raising               D. losing

    53. A. by the time       B. up till now            C. from then on              D. in the past

    54. A. reduced          B. divided                 C. increased            D. reached

    55. A. view              B. case                 C. fact                 D. dream

    56. A. work             B. stop                  C. manage             D. compete

    57. A. if                B. though                      C. because             D. unless

    58. A. invention          B. plan                 C. action               D. situation

    59. A. possible           B. correct                     C. legal                 D. new

    60. A. privately           B. immediately            C. patiently              D. secretly

    题型:完型填空  知识点:科普环保类
  • 难度: 使用次数:3 入库时间:2017-02-17
    来源: 福建省建瓯市第二中学2016-2017学年高一上学期第二次月考英语试题 Word版含答案.doc

    Computer games are popular all around the world. Many people   41    these games on the Internet. Games look more and more   42    as computer technology improves. Many people describe playing computer games as   43    a new world. Some games let people  44    their own cities. Some games take people on journeys. Other games allow people to take over the Internet.

    Games can   45    many positive effects. It can make help people make friends, learn to solve problems and make decisions. It can   46    help improve eye and hand movement. However, gaming can become a   47   .

    People addicted to (沉溺于) computer games will find   48    thinking about playing all the time. And this can   49    neglect (忽视). People with a gaming addiction often   50    their studies, work, sleep, relationships, food, and family. They are often unable to   51    the amount of time they play. And uncontrolled playing can lead to other problems like debt. Many gaming addicts spend all their   52     on gaming.

    53     , there have been far worse cases of gaming addiction. It was reported that a man died while playing an Internet computer game    54    he had been playing the same game for 50 hours with few    55    .

    Today, many more governments and doctors are trying to solve the problem of gaming addiction. More people are learning about the problem. More people are getting   56  . And more people are changing their lives. Some people might blame the game   57    for creating the problem of gaming addiction. However, some people think    58    .

    “It would be easy for me to blame the game,   59    I know that was not the problem. I ran away from my problems. I   60    in an Internet world instead of directly working to solve my problems ” a game addict said.

    41. A. watch                      B. lose                         C. play                        D. need

    42. A. strange                            B. serious                    C. expensive                D. real

    43. A. studying                   B. entering                   C. looking                       D. walking

    44. A. find                          B. love                        C. describe                  D. create      

    45. A. change                            B. feel                         C. study                      D. produce

    46. A. soon                        B. even                        C. just                         D. still

    47. A. lie                                   B. chance                           C. problem                  D. rule

    48. A. themselves               B. it                             C. one                         D. them

    49. A. result from               B. run into                   C. lead to                           D. find out

    50. A. improve                   B. forget                      C. enjoy                      D. expect

    51. A. control                            B. offer                        C. count                            D. record

    52. A. time                        B. money                            C. energy                           D. life

    53. A. Finally                      B. Always                   C. Anyway                  D. However

    54. A. because                          B. if                             C. and                         D. until

    55. A. breaks                            B. trips                        C. words                            D. mistakes

    56. A. happiness                 B. help                        C. pride                       D. power

    57. A. buyers                            B. visitors                    C. winners                   D. makers

    58. A. strangely                  B. quickly                    C. differently                D. carefully

    59. A. but                           B. so                           C. for                          D. although

    60. A. tried                         B. cried                       C. hid                          D. grew

    题型:完型填空  知识点:科普环保类
  • 难度: 使用次数:3 入库时间:2017-02-10
    来源: 浙江省温州中学2017届高三10月高考模拟英语试题 Word版含答案.doc

        It seems like everywhere a person goes there is at least one person with a cell phone to his ear. Even in places   21   cell phone usage is banned such as concert halls or movie theatres there is the   22   offender, or at least a few people using the text messaging feature   23   their phones.

        Cell phone usage has   24   over the past decade and continues to rise. Nearly 200   25   people in the United States have cell phones and there are   26   over one billion users worldwide. That means there are a lot of phones   27   their frequencies over the airwaves at any given time.

        Concern has arisen over whether or not cell phone usage   28   harm a person’s health. Brain cancer rates in the United States have risen since call phones were   29  , leading some people to wonder if cell phone usage is the reason for the   30  .

        Some people say the biggest danger   31   cell phones isn’t from the either real or perceived potential to develop cancer, but from   32   while using the cell phone. How many of us have seen vehicles driving   33   erratically(不稳定地) down the road. And we often see when we get near the vehicle the driver on a cell phone is   34   on a cell phone. It is a proven fact that a driver on a cell phone is   35   attentive and more likely to get in an accident. And, hands-free sets aren’t the   36   that some people may believe. Yes, they   37   both hands for driving and prevent a person from getting a sore(酸疼的) arm,   38   the driver’s mind is still   39   the conversation and therefore less attentive to what is   40   around him or her on the road.

    21. A. which                       B. where                     C. there                      D. here

    22. A. busy                         B. always                    C. occasional                     D. occasionally

    23. A. under                       B. on                    C. from                        D. to

    24. A. been exploded         B. exploded          C. been exploding              D. exploding

    25. A. millions                    B. millions of        C. million                     D. million of

    26. A. well                          B. good                C. better                            D. best

    27. A. delivering                 B. carrying           C. taking                            D. sending

    28. A. may                          B. must                C. can                         D. should

    29. A. allowed                           B. invented          C. introduced                     D. bought

    30. A. increase                          B. decline             C. improvement          D. rose

    31. A. with                          B. before                     C. in                                   D. on

    32. A. attention                  B. attractive         C. careless                 D. inattentiveness

    33. A. quite                        B. almost                     C. hardly                            D. nearly

    34. A. using                        B. talking                     C. moving                   D. handing

    35. A. more                        B. less                  C. least                       D. fewer

    36. A. problem                          B. question          C. mean                      D. answer

    37. A. hold up                           B. pick up             C. put up                            D. free up

    38. A. therefore                  B. as                    C. but                          D. though

    39. A. taken up                  B. filled by            C. occupied with         D. picked up

    40. A. happening to                  B. going on          C. talking about          D. moving about

    题型:完型填空  知识点:科普环保类
  • 难度: 使用次数:1 入库时间:2017-02-09
    来源: 新疆生产建设兵团第二中学2017届高三上学期第二次月考英语试题 Word版含答案.doc

      Washoe is a young chimpanzee. She is no ___41___chimpanzee, though. Scientists are doing research __42___her. They want to see how civilized(驯化) she can __43___. Already she can many things a human being does.

       For example, she has been learning how to exchange ___44___ with people. The scientists are teaching her ___45___ language. When she wants to be picked ___46___, Washoe points up with one finger. She rubs her teeth with her finger ___47___ she wants to brush her teeth. This is done after every meal. 

       Washoe has also been trained___48___ to find answers to problems. Once she was put in a ___49___ with food hanging from the ceiling. It was too high to ___50___. After she considered the ___51___, she got a tall box to ___52___. The food was still too high to be reached. Washoe found a ___53___ pole. Then she climbed onto the ___54___, grasped the pole, and ___55___ down the food with the pole. 

       Washoe ___56___ like a human, too. The scientists keep her in a fully furnished house. After a hard ___57___ in the laboratory, she goes home. ___58___ she plays with her toys. She ___59___ enjoys watching television before going to bed. 

       Scientists hope to ___60___ more about people by studying our closest relative — the chimpanzee. 

    41. A. foolish                     B. ordinary                 C. special                          D. simple

    42. A. for                           B. by                                 C. to                                  D. on

    43. A. experience              B. change                         C. develop                 D. become

    44. A. actions                    B. views                      C. messages              D. feelings

    45. A. sign                         B. human                          C. spoken                  D. foreign

    46. A. out                          B. at                                  C. on                                 D. up

    47. A. when                       B. until                        C. since                      D. while

    48. A. raised                      B. trained                          C. ordered                        D. led

    49. A. hole                         B. zoo                         C. room                      D. museum

    50. A. pull                                 B. see                        C. eat                         D. reach

    51. A. problem                          B. position                  C. food                       D. ceiling

    52. A. stand by                B. stand on               C. stand up               D. stand with

    53. A. straight                    B. strong                    C. long                       D. big

    54. A. wall                                 B. box                         C. ceiling                           D. pole

    55. A. knocked                         B. picked                    C. took                       D. shocked

    56. A. lives                        B. acts                        C. thinks                     D. plays

    57. A. task                         B. lesson                    C. day                        D. time

    58. A. Here                               B. There                     C. So                                 D. Then

    59. A. quite                               B. already                  C. even                      D. still

    60. A. see                                 B. answer                          C. gain                       D. learn

    题型:完型填空  知识点:科普环保类
  • 难度: 使用次数:3 入库时间:2017-02-09
    来源: 西藏自治区拉萨中学2016-2017学年高二上学期第一次月考英语试题 Word版含答案.doc

    We are warned not to waste time because time 41 will never return. I think it quite 42. What does time look 43? Nobody knows, and we can’t see it or touch it and no 44 of money can buy it. Time is abstract(抽象的), so we have to 45about it.

      Time passes very quickly. Some students say they don’t have 46time to review their lessons. It is 47 they don’t know how to make use of their time. They waste it in going to theatres or playing, and 48 other useless things. Why do we study every day? Why do we work? Why do most people 49 take buses instead of walking? The answer is very 50 .We wish to save time because time is51.

      Today we are living in the 21st century. We 52 time as life. When a person dies, his life ends. Since life is short, we must 53 our time and energy to our study so that we 54 be able to work and live well in the future. Laziness is the 55 of time, for it not only brings us 56, but also does other 57 to us. If it is necessary for us to do our work today, 58 us do it today and not 59 it until tomorrow. Remember that time is much more 60.

    41A. lost

    B. passed

    C. missed

    D. used

    42A. important

    B. true

    C. interesting

    D. usual

    43A. for

    B. like

    C. after

    D. over

    44A. amount

    B. quality

    C. quantity

    D. price

    45A. think

    B. imagine

    C. examine

    D. check

    46A. spare

    B. free

    C. enough

    D. much

    47A. that

    B. why

    C. because

    D. certain

    48A. doing

    B. making 

    C. taking

    D. getting

    49A. needn’t

    B. have to

    C. had better

    D. would rather

    50A. easy

    B. simple

    C. stupid

    D. interesting

    51A. worthless

    B. priceless

    C. ready

    D. little

    52A. look upon

    B. agree 

    C. think

    D. believe

    53A. spend

    B. give

    C. set

    D. devote

    54A. must

    B. should

    C. may

    D. would

    55A. helper

    B. thief

    C. friend

    D. teacher

    56A. wealth

    B. health

    C. failure

    D. illness

    57A. danger 

    B. harm

    C. trouble 

    D. difficulty

    58A. help

    B. make

    C. have

    D. let

    59A. keep

    B. remain

    C. manage

    D. leave

    60 A. valuable

    B. expensive

    C. worth

    D. rich

    题型:完型填空  知识点:科普环保类
  • 难度: 使用次数:1 入库时间:2017-02-05
    来源: 四川省成都市龙泉中学2016-2017学年高一10月月考英语试题 Word版含答案.doc

    Production of bottled water has grown over the past thirty years from nothing into a $16 billion-per-year business.   41   , more and more people have been against bottled water use, and environmentalists are   42   people to go back to the tap(水龙头).

    The first reason why you should seriously think about   43   bottled water, they say, is that its bad for the   44   . Producing plastic bottles   45   vast quantities of oil.   46   , factories create poisonous waste and send it into the environment. What is more, the vast majority of plastic water bottles arent   47   . In almost every part of the world, unwanted water bottles take up landfills(垃圾填埋地) and send   48   gases into air and water when they are burned. In other words, bottled water is a major   49   to global warming.

    Secondly, the   50   of bottled water requires a lot of fuel. In the USA alone, one billion bottles of water are moved around each week in trucks,   51   polluting gases and wearing down the roads. In fact, some high-priced water is   52   from one side of the planet to the other.

    Finally, bottled water isnt even better for your   53   . Tap water rules in many countries are far   54   than those for bottled water. Furthermore, tap water   55   fluoride, which is added to help build   56   teeth and prevent tooth decay(龋齿). Consequently, as the use of bottled water has   57   , tooth decay has become more serious.

    To sum up, by stopping the use of   58   water, and encouraging others to   59   so, you will be doing the planet an enormous favor and   60   your own health as well.

    41. A. Besides B. Moreover C. However D. Therefore

    42. A. allowing B. training C. calling on        D. commanding

    43. A. giving up            B. turning to        C. preparing for    D. believing in

    44. A. business B. industry C. price            D. environment

    45.A. creates  B. attracts C. requires                    D. shares

    46. A. By all means B. In the wild    C. On the contrary    D. As a result

    47. A. sold    B. recycled C. found            D. limited

    48. A. harmless B. dangerous C. natural           D. clean

    49. A. answer  B solution  C. contributor       D. service

    50. A. test    B. design   C. competition       D. transportation

    51. A. absorbing            B. preventing        C. giving off   D. turning off

    52. A. shipped B. wasted   C. developed         D. collected

    53. A. safety  B. future   C. health           D. country

    54. A. older   B. fewer    C. stricter                    D. simpler

    55. A. lacks   B. avoids   C. produces                    D. contains

    56. A. big     B. strong   C. white            D. straight

    57. A. dropped B. changed  C. increased                   D. disappointed

    58. A. polluted B. cold     C. bottled           D. boiled

    59. A. do      B. talk     C. report           D. donate

    60. A. damaging B. benefiting          C. Challenging        D. Respecting

    题型:完型填空  知识点:科普环保类
  • 难度: 使用次数:2 入库时间:2017-02-01
    来源: 辽宁省葫芦岛市第一高级中学2015-2016学年高一上学期拓展训练(十)英语试题 Word版含答案.doc

    Mobile phones are everywhere in big cities. It seems that  21  can survive without one. Mobile phones are a great  22  to stay connected with friends and family. 23 , it is important to remember that there are certain times  24  you should not be using your phone, especially as a student, during school.

    25 you are in class, you should not be sending your friends text messages  26  taking phone calls. Your classmates and teachers should not have to deal with this rude  27 . Aren’t you at school to learn?

       In the United States, students would never be allowed to  28  their mobile phones during class. If you were to send or  29  a text message you would probably be kicked 30 class. It is very disturbing to hear a lot of tones and ringing during 31. There are many more rules for mobile phone use in America and it is to 32 respect for those around you.

    As a teacher in China, I have to 33 students using mobile phones every day. I have told my class to 34 their phones, but many students do not listen. The 35 to be connected all the time seems to be more 36 than the desire to learn.

    Its easy to understand 37 it is so tempting(诱惑人的) to have your phone on during class. It seems so easy just to send a short text message; its not hurting anyone, is it? But you may actually be hurting 38 when you do this. Your teacher knows when you use your phone and may give you a 39 grade. Sending a text message also takes your attention away from what’s going on in class, you may 40 something important.

    21. A. one         B. somebody     C. someone                   D. no one

    22. A. way                 B. road             C. method                D. path

    23. A. But          B. However        C. So                       D. Therefore

    24. A. which       B. that              C. when                   D. where

    25. A. After        B. Before                 C. Because              D. If

    26. A. or            B. and              C. as well as             D. instead of

    27. A. act                 B. action                  C. habit                    D. behavior

    28. A. have       B. take             C. use                     D. send

    29. A. receive   B. accept                 C. make                   D. get

    30. A. of            B. off                C. out                      D. out of

    31. A. school      B. class             C. office                   D. home

    32. A. ask          B. suggest        C. show                    D. answer

    33. A.do            B. deal             C. do with                 D. deal with

    34. A.turn on      B. turn down      C. turn off                D. turn in

    35. A.desire      B. wish              C. hope                    D. expect

    36. A.possible   B. important       C. necessary            D. interesting

    37. A. why         B. what              C. that                     D. whether

    38. A. himself     B. herself                 C. ourselves             D. yourself

    39. A. lower       B. higher                  C. better                         D. upper

    40. A. forget      B. remember      C. miss                     D. leave

    题型:完型填空  知识点:科普环保类
  • 难度: 使用次数:4 入库时间:2017-01-29
    来源: 江西省新余市第四中学2016-2017学年高一上学期第一次段考英语试题 Word版含答案.doc

    Every morning, Catherine takes exercise around some gardens in our neighborhood. One morning, she was walking 41 than usual, and it was still dark.

    As she was walking, a cyclist(骑自行车的人)came up to her, 42 her handbag and sped off. She 43 him shouting "thief, thief. A man further ahead must have 44 her or seen what had happened. He was washing a car with a bucket (桶)of 45 his bike. He took the bucket and poured(侄倒)it onto the cyclist.

    The cyclist drove off the street and 46 his bike. Some other people rushed over. My friend Catherine was 47 that the people would beat him. She begged them not to 48 him.

    She asked the boy 49 he did this to her. He 50 that he was the son of a 51 and that this year their crops had 52 . He said that the money lenders would beat up his father and hurt his 53 if he didn't pay on lime. He said that he was hopeless and didn't know what else to do. He was very 54.

    Catherine was 55 moved by his story. She looked into the boy's eyes and then took out some 56 from her handbag and gave it to him. She told him that stealing was 57 and that he shouldn't do it again. He said he would follow her 58 . He told her that he was in fact well brought up and that he hid made a terrible 59 .

    The boy left thankfully. Catherine sincerely 60 that this would be the last time that the boy tried to steal something.

    41. A. better           B. faster                    C. longer              D. earlier

    42. A. took           B. threw                       C. cut                 D. wanted

    43. A. went through         B. ran after            C. turned to           D. looked at

    44. A. heard                B. known              C. helped                     D. caught

    45. A. paint           B. oil                  C. sand               D. water

    46. A. fell off          B. looked for           C. threw away         D. got on

    47. A. satisfied        B. worried                     C. surprised           D. pleased

    48. A. respect       B. kill           C. praise              D. hurt

    49. A. why            B. how                C. when                       D. whether

    50. A. promised       B. agreed             C. explained                   D. suggested

    51. A. teacher       B. boss                       C. farmer                     D. worker

    52. A. disappeared    B. failed               C. developed                  D. changed

    53. A. friends         B. feelings             C. neighbors                  D. family

    54. A. sorry           B. clever              C. thirsty                      D. excited

    55. A. mostly          B. deeply              C. hardly                      D. exactly

    56. A. food           B. fruit                 C. drink                       D. money

    57. A. easy           B. dangerous         C. wrong                      D. common

    58. A. advice          B. encouragement     C. step                       D. order

    59. A. living           B. story                C. joke                        D. mistake

    60. A. realized        B. hoped              C. imagined                   D. decided

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    来源: 山东省济宁市微山县第一中学2016-2017学年高二暑假入学检测英语试题(跃进班) Word版含答案.doc

         Mobile phones are everywhere in big cities. It seems that  41  can survive without one. Mobile phones are a great  42  to stay connected with friends and family.  43 , it is important to remember that there are certain times   44   you should not be using your phone, especially as a student, during school.

      45  you are in class, you should not be sending your friends text messages  46  taking phone calls. Your classmates and teachers should not have to deal with this rude   47  . Aren’t you at school to learn?

        In the United States, students would never be allowed to  48  their mobile phones during class. If you were to send or 49 a text message you would probably be kicked  50  class. It is very disturbing to hear a lot of tones and ringing during 51 . There are many more rules for mobile phone use in America and it is to  52  respect for those around you.

    As a teacher in China, I have to  53 students using mobile phones every day. I have told my class to  54  their phones, but many students do not listen. The  55  to be connected all the time seems to be more  56  than the desire to learn.

    It’s easy to understand  57  it is so tempting(诱惑人的) to have your phone on during class. It seems so easy just to send a short text message; it’s not hurting anyone, is it? But you may actually be hurting  58  when you do this. Your teacher knows when you use your phone and may give you a  59  grade. Sending a text message also takes your attention away from what’s going on in class, you may  60  something important.

    41. A. one               B. somebody            C. someone           D. no one

    42. A. way              B. road                 C. method               D. path

    43. A. But               B. However             C. So                     D. Therefore

    44. A. which             B. that                  C. when                  D. where

    45. A. After             B. Before                C. Because              D. If

    46. A. or               B. and                  C. as well as             D. instead of

    47. A. act              B. action                 C. habit                D. behavior

    48. A. have              B. take                 C. use                 D. send

    49. A. receive   B. accept                C. make                D. get

    50. A. of       B. off                   C. out                  D. out of

    51. A. school            B. class                C. office                D. home

    52. A. ask             B. suggest               C. show                D. answer

    53. A.do                B. deal                C. do with             D. deal with

    54. A.turn on            B. turn down            C. turn off               D. turn in

    55. A.desire             B. wish                 C. hope               D. expect

    56. A.possible          B. important             C. necessary             D. interesting

    57. A. why             B. what                C. that                 D. whether

    58. A. himself             B. herself                  C. ourselves               D. yourself

    59. A. lower              B. higher                  C. better                  D. Upper

    60. A.forget               B. remember              C. miss                   D. Leave

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    来源: 湖北省广水市文华高中2015-2016学年高一下学期五月月考英语试题 Word版含答案.doc

    On a hot summer day in America, a little boy decided to go for a swim in the old swimming hole behind his house. He dived into the cool water, Not  41 that as he swam towards the middle of the lake, a crocodile (鳄鱼) was swimming toward him.


        His mother  42  was looking out of the window and saw the two as they got closer and closer. In great  43 , she ran toward the water, 44  to her son as loudly as she could. Hearing her voice, the little boy became 45 and made a U-turn to swim to his mother. 46   , it was too late. Just as he reached her, the  47  reached him. From the shore, the mother  48  her little boy by the arms just as the crocodile snatched his legs. That began an incredible tug-of-war (拔河) between the  49 The crocodile was much   50  than the mother, but the mother wouldn’t  51   . A farmer  52 to drive by, heard their screams, raced from his truck, took aim and  53  the crocodile.

          54  , after weeks and weeks in the hospital, the little boy survived. His 55 were extremely scarred(留下疤痕) by the attack of the animal. And, on his arms, were deep scratches(抓痕) where his mother's fingernails dug into his flesh in her effort to hang on to the son she loved.

        The newspaper reporter, who   56   the boy, asked if he would show him his scars. The boy lifted his legs. And then, with obvious  57 , he said to the reporter, “But look at my arms. I have great scars on my arms, too. I have them  58  my Mom wouldn’t let go.”

    Never judge another person's  59 , because you don't know 60 they were made.

    41.A. understanding

    B. imaging

    C. realizing

    D. balancing

    42.A.behind the house

    B. in the house

    C. in the lake

    D. on the shore

    43. A. fear

    B. anger

    C. sadness

    D. joy

    44. A. beating

    B. frightening

    C. screaming

    D. apologizing

    45. A. alarmed

    B. amazed

    C. calm

    D. hopeful

    46. A. Thus

    B. So

    C. therefore

    D. However

    47. A. author

    B. hunter

    C. mother

    D. crocodile

    48. A. hugged

    B. stared

    C. grabbed

    D. combined

    49. A. two

    B. three

    C. scene

    D. journey

    50. A. fiercer

    B. stronger

    C. faster

    D. heavier

    51. A. cut down

    B. take chances

    C. go ahead

    D. let go

    52. A. happened

    B. predicted

    C. pretended

    D. bet

    53. A. gathered

    B. gained

    C. shot

    D. cut

    54. A. importantly

    B. beneficially

    C. surprisingly

    D. Fortunately

    55. A. arms

    B. legs

    C. fingers

    D. spot

    56. A. helped

    B. saved

    C. interviewed

    D. consulted

    57. A. pride

    B. satisfaction

    C. strength

    D. gratitude

    58. A. where

    B. because

    C. unless

    D. while

    59. A. appearance

    B. limit

    C. debt

    D. scar

    60. A. when

    B. how

    C. where

    D. as

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    来源: 重庆市第八中学2015-2016学年高二下学期期末考试英语试题 Word版含解析.doc

    We all admit that modern technology has taken over our lives, for good of course. Being young people, we are   41    at the development of technology. But there is a group of people who cannot    42    with new technology---- our parents.

        They are the people who are caught up between    43    and modern society. They are not exactly old or refuse to change.   44   , they are trying very hard to become modernized, ending up being    45    in the middle. They range in age from 40 to 60 and have the latest    46   .

        They are almost like the    47    five years ago, always on their cellphone with a mindless    48    . And I saw something today that made me extremely    49   .

        It was a heartbreaking    50    . On the train, a mother was playing a game with her daughter sitting beside her. The little girl, about five years old, was    51    to her mother---this was    52    a desperate attempt to get her mother’s attention.

    The mother? All she did was nod, with her eyes fixed on the    53   . I saw the girl make a(n)   54    attempt to at least my heart, and got me wondering---what kind of game can make the mother ignore her daughter?

    This is just a common example. I’ve seen too many during my pubilic commute(通勤)and I know that this is a very depressing sight. The scene was so    57    to what we saw years ago, when parents    58    their children because they were    59    focusing all their attention on their cellphone. I don’t know    60    to laugh or cry. But all I can do now is hope that this storm passes.

    41.  A. excited       B. surprised         C. weak            D.frightened

    42.  A. look up       B. build up          C. keep up          D. speed up

    43.  A. wealthy       B. traditional        C. common          D. developing

    44.  A. As a result     B. In addition        C. By the way        D. On the contrary

    45.  A. locked        B. stuck            C. surrounded         D. lost

    46.  A. computer      B. television         C.car               D. cellphone

    47.  A. teachers       B. parents           C. teenagers          D. students

    48.  A. question       B. answer           C. subject            D. game

    49.  A. sad           B. moved            C. ambarrassed       D. puzzled

    50.  A. accident       B. chance            C. scene             D.message

    51.  A. talking        B. crying            C. laughing           D. explaining

    52.  A. interestinglys   B. fortunately        C. obviously          D. amazingly

    53.  A. window       B. screen            C. magazine          D. key

    54.  A. final          B. easy             C. quick              D.strange

    55.  A. in time        B. in vain           C. in need             D. in case

    56.  A. calm          B.nervous          C. patient              D.silent

    57.  A. similar        B. touching         C. normal              D. challenging

    58.  A. protected      B. criticized         C. envied              D.missed

    59.  A. seldom        B. never            C. sometimes           D.always

    60.  A. what          B. when            C. whether             D.where

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    来源: 福建省福州市第三中学2016届高三模拟考试英语试题 Word版含解析.doc

    illions of people seek help from psychologists in part because they feel different from others. But a  41  Andrew Erlich says that everyone is a freak(怪物) in some way. Erlich 42  for acceptance of differences in his book “The Long Shadows” about an uncle, Jake Erlich, who overcame prejudice, depression and   43   caused by his extreme height.

    “Most of us have something that we are embarrassed about. It is like an invisible clubfoot(畸形足). But for Jake, it was   44  . Everybody saw it,” said Andrew. As a clinical psychologist, Andrew Erlich helps patients who see themselves as freaks. First, he tells them about his uncle. “Here is a man that   45    the challenges, and he does it not by   46   who he is, but by embracing(拥抱) who he is   47   and expressing it in the visual    48     and in his performances,” he said.

    Erlich’s   49   tells about how Jake toured with the circus and then, after suffering temporary blindness,   50   sculpture and painting. “He found   51   through creativity. I am   52   interested in the creative process in the people that I see, and I use Jake as an example, and I   53   them his paintings,” said Erlich.

    “Jake really wanted to do something   54   . You see a scene and your   55   come through as you see and feel it, and you believe he painted it from different   56   ,” said Erlich. “People were   57   of human differences, and they would   58    walls to protect themselves from those differences and those walls that   59   us are very dangerous,” he said.

    Erlich hopes that his uncle’s story will help readers   60   themselves and fulfill their dreams.

    41. A. physician            B. painter             C. writer            D. psychologist

    42. A. argues              B. defines             C. prepares          D. protests 

    43. A. disappointment    B. loss                  C. pain              D. illness

    44. A. pleasant             B. present            C. sick              D. widespread 

    45. A. fears               B. overlooks          C. overcomes       D. rejects

    46. A. avoiding            B. admitting          C. recognizing      D. imagining

    47. A. tightly              B. quickly            C. bravely          D. easily

    48. A. books              B. arts              C. actions          D. habits

    49. A. clinic              B. book              C. painting          D. experiment

    50. A. gave up            B. thought over     C. figured out        D. took up

    51. A. freedom            B. health              C. pressure         D. sorrow

    52. A. seldom             B. rarely              C. quite            D. nearly

    53. A. explain             B. count              C. draw           D. show

    54. A. suddenly            B. differently         C. happily           D. simply

    55. A. emotions           B. possessions       C. talents            D. abilities

    A. colors                  B. books             C. lights             D. angles [KS5UKS5UKS5U]

    57. A. aware             B. tired              C. confident        D. Frightened

    58. A. build              B. destroy            C. remove          D. break

    59. A. prevent            B. separate           C. withdraw        D. threaten 

    60. A. recover            B. upgrade           C. accept           D. learn

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