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2010年安徽省合肥市高三第一次教学质量检测试卷
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阅读下面短文,根据所读内容在表格中的空白处填入恰当的单词。注意:每个空格只填一个单词。

Being a good neighbor matters – not only because it makes life more pleasant, but also because being a good neighbor is part of being a good person.

Being a good neighbor has a lot to do with respecting privacy. It's often best to mind your own business, give neighbors a lot of space and try to sense when it' s appropriate to back off. But it' s just as important to know when the time is right to give a hand. Helping with physical work is one good way to establish trust. If your neighbor is going to be moving some heavy furniture, or needs help fixing something you know your way around, offer to help out. Once you' re getting familiar, this assistance can also extend to things like house -sitting or collecting the mail while your neighbor is away. If you have a close relationship with your neighbors, the day may come when you' re asked to take care of their kids. Should you accept, you'll probably end up playing with and entertaining these children.

It should go without saying that pet owners need to care for their animals properly. This includes cleaning up after them. There are few things more annoying for neighbors than a dog that uses their lawns(草坪)as a toiletor that barks endlessly while chained up in a backyard. Don’t mess around – be a kind and responsible pet owner·

There are times when a certain level of noise is fine and there are times when it isn’t – and it’s good to know the difference. Turn the music down a bit after sundownand further reduce the volume as it gets toward 10 p.m. It’s usually fine to throw an occasional loud party as long as the neighbors are invited or have been informed.

How To Be a Good Neighbor

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1       of being a good neighbor.

Good neighbors make a pleasant life.

It is a good 2       for a person to be a good

neighbor.

Getting along well with your neighbors.

Respect others’ privacy.

Establish trust by 3       physical help first.

When it is appropriatetry to 4       a closer relationship with your neighbors by extending

to help.

Taking your5 ________ to be a

pet owner.

Clean up after your pet animals.

Always keep your dog calm down and try to avoid

   its 6           barks.

Controlling the 7__________ of

noise.

Turn the music down a bit after it is at 8     .

Volume should be further 9 ___________

when it gets towards 10 a.m.

Holding a loud party 10            is OK if

your neighbors are invited.

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I find some of the ways in which Chinese parents show love for their children rather surprising. Obviously there are some pretty big differences between our behaviors and theirs in this respect. Most Chinese children seem to get whatever they want, from ice creams, sweets and toys to endless attention from the adults around them. Is this a sort of spoiling or love? I wonder.

Most westerners would think it is a sort of spoiling rather than love. We think love means educating your children and bringing them up to lead an independent life. That includes learning to accept the fact that he can't get everything he wants. As an adult, he will not always get the quite expensive car he hunts for; she will not always manage to acquire the beautiful dress she longs for. So we try to teach our children early to cope with the disappointment of not getting what they want.

I find too much such kind of love for the children can actually spoil them. To my surprise, it seems that the life of a Chinese child is rather hard. Without doubt, the child is the very center of a whole circle of adults, but on the other hand he or she is also expected to start studying according to adults' wishes. Many children of my son's age take piano lessons, painting classes and even English lessons. It looks as if Chinese adults think that just playing without learning anything is a waste of time. So in this respect our children appear spoiled, just because they are allowed to play. But without this sort of play how can western children develop such free and rich imaginations? In fact the connection between this imagination and the creativity is so important in the children’s future life.

1In which way do most Chinese children seem to be spoiled?

       AThey can be supported by their parents

       BThey can play whenever they want

       CThey need not behave themselves

       DTheir demand can always be satisfied

2In the author's opinion, the life of a Chinese child is         .

       Arather hard         Brather easy         Cindependent        Dcolorful

3The author think western children appear spoiled because         .

       Athey can manage time by themselves

       Bthey can have the freedom to play

       Cthey can take piano lessons

       Dthey may have expensive toys

4The best title of the passage could be         .

       AChinese children's early education          BHow to develop kids' imagination

       CWhat is the real love for children           DThe imagination and creativity

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Giving bad news is a difficult ball game. To help you get through an already difficult situation, try these tips when you have to tell someone bad news.

Think about your audience. People respond differently to bad news. Think about who you're talking to and how best to pass on unpleasant information to that person.

Consider the news. Are you the best person to give this news? If not, then you should consider letting others do it. Remember, however, that if you' re talking to someone about your relationship, there is no other choice. It is something you yourself have to face.

Look for an appropriate moment to break the news. You don't tell the bride her grandfather died right before she walks down the passage. Wait until the time is right and you are at a private place where you won't be interrupted.

Find a chair. No one should be standing when receiving bad news.

Go straightforward. Give bad news the same way you take off a bandage: QUICKLY. Say that you have bad news and then tell it. Don't leave the receiver twisting in the wind.

Let it sink in. Many people mentally shut down when hearing bad news. There's no reason to keep talking if someone can' t hear you any more.

Be ready for anything. Your audience may do nothing or may instead scream and throw things when you give unwelcome news. You just never know. If things get out of hand. you may need to temporarily excuse yourself or seek the help of friends or relatives.

Offer your help. Let people know you are there for them. If you're breaking up with someone, however, you should consider skipping this step, because the last thing she'll want is your help.

1The proper way to express your dissatisfaction with your best friend is to        .

       Athink about his reaction and avoid letting him know it

       Bconsider you are the best person to tell the truth

       Ctry to find someone else to pass on your dissatisfaction

       Dgo to your friend and let him know your dissatisfaction

2What is the best way for you to break the bad news to a bride?

       ATo Let her stand up                         BTo wait for a right time

       CTo release it quickly                         DTo shut down her mind

3If your friend loses control of himself after hearing the bad news, you' d better         .

       Astay there and do nothing                Bscream and throw things

       Cquit and ask others for help                Dstay in and keep talking

4What does the underlined sentence really mean?

       AShe hates accepting any of your help

       BShe will need your help later on

       CYou should have helped her earlier

       DShe will refuse any offered help

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Visitors to Britain may experience local culture in a traditional pub. But for a stranger visiting the country, these friendly pubs can be traps of potential bad manners for the uneducated.

A team of researchers have released some of the hidden customs of British pubs. Most people would like to start with getting a drink when meeting with difficulties. Most pubs have no waiters and as a result, you yourself have to go to the bar to buy drinks. A group of Italian youths wait 45 minutes before they realize they would have to fetch their own. This may sound inconvenient, but there is a hidden purpose.

Pub culture is designed to promote communication in a society known for its quietness. Standing at the bar for service allows you to chat with others waiting to be served. The bar counter is possibly the only site in the British Isles in which friendly conversation with strangers is considered entirely appropriate and really quite normal behavior.

"If you haven't been to a pub, you haven't been to Britain. " This tip can be found in a booklet The Tourists' Guide to Pub Etiquette (礼节), which can be seen as a "passport" to the pub for those wanting to know about "a central part of British life and culture". The trouble is that if you do not follow the local rules, the experience may fall flat. For example, if you are in a big group, it is best if only one or two people go to buy the drinks. Nothing annoys the regular customers and bar staffs more than a crowd of strangers blocking all access to the bar while they chat and argue about what to order.

1Why is the British pub the best place to experience local cultures?

       ABecause it is a potential place for all the educated to gather

       BBecause it is a traditional place with a lot of local strangers

       CBecause the educated can relax themselves entirely there

       DBecause you can meet different kinds of local people there

2If you want to have a drink in a pub, you can       .

       Ago to get the drinks yourself             Bwait for the waiters to come

       Cwait in line for 45 minutes              Dbring some homemade drinks

3The author introduces the British pub in an        tone.

       Acritical                Badmiring          Cneutral              Dconcerned

4What might annoy others in a pub?

       AGoing to pub in a big group             BChatting about what to order

       CStanding in the way to the bar           DBuying drinks at the counter

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While most high school students spend most of their time worrying about who likes who, and different relationships between their classmates, I choose to focus on my school lessons and sports.

When I was young, my mother encouraged me to develop and keep friendship with boys in order to build strong relationships. But she told me not to risk a good friendship with a boy with the title of boyfriend. It's indeed a wise choice to stay friends with those of the opposite sex. In my opinion, even though some high school relationship might continue after graduation, the probability of them lasting much longer is so slim that there really is not a point to it.

Firstly you have to think about such a question whether it is possible to hurt both of you, or even hurt both of your future husbands or wives. My second point is that you still can date if you hope marriage could possibly follow. Except these, there really is not any other reason for dating. Some students desire relationships for a chance to be romantic. While these are nice to have, there are many more important things at this point in our lives.

The titles of boyfriend and girlfriend put too much stress on a relationship between high school students. Just staying common friends may be the best choice for us. I strongly recommend we should deal with it in an appropriate way and follow our teachers’ advice if necessary.

1The author writes this passage probably for        to read.

    Ahigh school students                      Bschool teachers

    Cparents and teachers                   Dmarried couples

2Between the opposite sexes, the relationship of being good friends might be        than that of being boy/girl friends.

       Aweaker             Bsafer             Cslimmer               Dstronger

3How does the writer like the idea of dating among the students?

       ADating is a nice chance for students to be romanced

       BStudying is far more important than dating in school

       CIn high school dating can surely lead to future marriage

       DDating in high school is sure to hurt your future family

4The underlined word "it" in the last paragraph might refer to       .

       Athe title of boyfriend or girlfriend at school

       Badvice given by both teachers and parents

       Cthe pressure from school lessons and sports

       Dthe relationship between students of opposite sexes

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When your kids were six or seven, you sent them to school. Did you ever wonder what goes through a teacher's  1   as he or she tries to teach your kids? Did you ever wonder what the teacher  2    from you, the parents?

Parents can be   3  or suspicious. They can be of great help to the teacher  4   be in need of help themselves. Some teachers think parents are too  5   on their children. Here is  6  one teacher puts it.

"I usually have the  7  of parents coming in and  8   me how much they care about the kids' education and how they really  9  their kids. They tell me they stand and   10   them closely when they do their homework. Sometimes they  11   offer help with the kids' lessons as if they were teachers. They check their school work, and are too sensitive to  12  . They blame the kids on everything having to do  13  school. When a parent asks me how his or her kid is getting on in my class, my answer usually is "Well, you know, he is  14  a good kid. He is fine in my class. Maybe you don' t have to be so  15  with your kids."

Teachers want parents to know that they are professionals at  16  with children. They have  17  many children and even parents. Because of this, teachers can be  18  at educating children. Teachers are  19  that parents want their children to do well, but they know more about what children should be able to do at different ages and  20 .

1Aheart                  Bmind                Csoul                 Dspirit

2Areflects              Bresults              Cbenefits            Dexpects

3Aeffective            Battentive           Csupportive        Dpositive

4Abut                    Bor                    Cthus                 Das

5Ahard                  Bkeen                 Cdependent         Dcrazy

6Awhere                Bhow                 Cwhen               Dwhy

7Aproblems            Bcontracts          Caccidents          Dagreements

8Aadvising             Bexamining         Ctelling               Dinstructing

9Ahelp with            Bdeal with          Cmake up           Dgive up

10Aconnect            Bguide                Cwatch              Dinspire

11Aeven                 Balready             Cstill                  Dmerely

12Amarks              Befforts              Cpains                Dwords

13Aat                    Bbeyond             Cin                    Dwith

14Anearly              Breally                Cseldom             Dhardly

15Asatisfied           Bcareful             Cstrict                Dcautious

16Aworking           Bplaying             Cstaying             Djoking

17Afed                  Bobserved          Cattended           Dgreeted

18Apleased             Bworried            Cdisappointed    Dexperienced

19Acontent            Bdoubtful           Caware              Dsuspicious

20Astages              Bclasses             Cschools            Dprojects

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