高中英语 河北省邢台市威县第一中学2015-2016学年高二下学期强化训练试题及答案.doc
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    Though Malala Yousafzai is 17, she does not use Facebook or even a mobile phone so that she cant lose focus on her studies. She spent her summer vacation flying to Nigeria to campaign for the release(释放) of girls caught by the extremist Islamist group Boko Haram, but also worrying about her grades, which recently took a worrisome dip. She confronted President Obama about American drone policy(无人机政策) in a meeting last year, but finds it difficult to make friends with her fellow students in Birmingham, England.

    I want to have fun, but I dont quite know how, she wrote in the edition of her autobiography for young readers.

    On Friday, Ms. Yousafzai became the youngest winner of the Nobel Peace Prize and she was called out of her chemistry class to hear the news.

    Ms. Yousafzai began campaigning for girls education at the age of 11, three years before she was shot by the Taliban. The prize she received on Friday accepts what she has taken on, but also shows the expectations to her: Can she truly influence the culture of her home country of Pakistan, which she cannot even visit because of threats to her safety, and where many people see her as a tool of the West?

    And in an interview last August, Ms. Yousafzai said that she rarely watches television and deleted the Candy Crush game from her iPad to prevent a growing addiction(成瘾). As a child in Pakistan, she had access to only a handful of books, she said, but one was a biography of Dr. King, giving her an early sense of what one activist could accomplish.

    In a brief speech in Birmingham on Friday, she called the prize an encouragement for me to go forward and believe in myself.


    21. Where is Malala studying now according to the passage?


    A.In America.                B.In Pakistan                  C.In the U.K.                    D.In Switzerland


    22. Which of the following is RIGHT about Malala according to the passage?


    A.She is a good friend of President Obama.

    B.She doesnt have a mobile phone or computer.

    C.She was once caught by the extremist Islamist group.

    D.She once fought for girls education.


    23. This passage is aimed at telling us            .


    A.Ms. Yousafzai became the youngest winner of the Nobel Peace Prize.

    B.what Ms. Yousafzai has contributed to the world.

    C.how a girl got the Nobel Peace Prize.

    D.reading a biography of Dr. King can help a person succeed.

    题型:阅读理解  知识点:人物传记/故事类阅读
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    Most young people enjoy some forms of physical activity. It may be walking,

    cycling, swimming, or in winter, skating or skiing. It may be a game of some formsfootball, basketball, hockey, golf or tennis. It may be mountaineering.
    Those who have a passion for climbing high and difficult mountains are often looked upon with astonishment. Why are men and women willing to suffer cold and hardship, and to take risks in high mountains?  This astonishment is caused, probably, by the difference between mountaineering and other forms of activity to which men give their leisure.
    Mountaineering is a sport and not a game. There are no man-made rules, as others, as there are for such games as golf and football. There are, of course, rules of different kinds which would be dangerous to ignore, but it is this freedom from man-made rules that makes mountaineering attractive to many people. Those who climb mountains are free to use their own methods.
    If we compare mountaineering with other more familiar sports, we might think that one big difference is that mountaineering is not a
    team game. We should be mistaken in this. There are, as is true, no matches between teams of climbers, but when climbers are on a rock face linked by a rope on which their lives may depend, there is obviously teamwork.
    The mountain climber knows that he may have to fight forces that are stronger and more powerful than man. He has to fight the forces of nature. His sport  requires high mental and physical qualities.
    A mountain climber continues to improve in skill year by year. A skier is probably past his best by the age of thirty. But it is not unusual for men of fifty or sixty to climb the highest mountains in the Alps. They may take more time than younger men, but they perhaps climb with more skills and less waste of effort, and they certainly experience equal enjoyment.


    24. What sports are popular among people in winter in the passage? 

    A.Soccer and golf.                      B.Skiing and skating. 
    C.Cycling and hockey.                D.Mountaineering. 

    25. The underlined word
    passion in Paragraph 2 could best be replaced by ______. 

    A.strong emotion                  B.good way 
    C.better feeling                      D.enough affection 

    26. Mountaineering is a sport, not a game because_______. 

    A.it has man-made rules 
    B.it is too dangerous for climbers 
    C.it can
    t bring people joy or leisure 
    D.it is free for climbers to use their own methods 

    27. We know from the passage that _______. 

    A.mountaineering has no appeal for people 
    B.physical quality is more important than the mental one for climbers 
    C.a mountain climber passes his best by the age of thirty 
    D.it is possible for an old man of fifty or sixty to climb the Alps 

    28. What is the best title for the passage? 

    A.Sports in winter                    B.Team work in climbing 
    C.Mountaineering                  D.The quality for mountaineering

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                             Lost  iPhone           
          My name is Tina. I am a responsible babysitter that you can trust. If you are looking for someone dependable and affordable I am that person! I HAVE MORE THAN 30 YEARS OF EXPERIENCE (including disabled children)!  I am a retired Home Health Aid and absolutely love children. I work with my sister Iris who has also 20+years as a teacher
    s assistant. WE LOOK FORWARD TO MEETINC YOU!  Available 24 hours and flexible with fees!  I am fully bilingualSpanish/English. Please email me or call 712-867-7688.
                                                                             I BABYSIT ONLY AT MY HOME.
    I accept children from all ages. Fee starts from $100-$150 a week depending on the hours. I am very flexible and my fee can change. Feel free to contact me via email or on my cell phone 566-67-1873 and we can work something out.
                                                               Part-time Chinese Babysitter Wanted
    Part-time Chinese speaking babysitter needed to assist with one-year-old twins and to perform some light house work as needed. Assistance needed Fridays and occasional weekends. Please provide your salary expectation. College students are welcome to apply.


    29. Who posted the lost and found information?


    A.A mother                                B.A kind woman                                  C.A heartbroken girl                                  D.A parent 


    30. If you want to send your kids to the babysitter
    s home, you can find one in______. 

    A.  Ad 1                      B.   Ad 2                      C.  Ad 3                        D.Ad 4 

    31. What do we know about Tina? 

    A.  She can speak two languages.    

    B.She lives alone now. 
    C.She takes care of children over 3.

    D.She used to be a teachers assistant. 


    32. An applicant accepted by Ad 4  will  have to           . 

    A.be able to speak two languages                        B.be a college graduate 
    C.work every weekend                                          D.look after two children

    题型:阅读理解  知识点:广告布告类阅读
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    Americans get some of their news and entertainment from public television and radio. These public media receive money to operate from private citizens, organizations and government. Many of their programs are educational. But most of the American media are run by businesses for profit. These privately owned media have changed greatly in recent years. Newspapers, magazines and traditional broadcast television organizations have lost some of their popularity. At the same time, online, cable and satellite media have increased in numbers and strength. So have media that serve racial groups and those communicating in foreign languages.
    In general,  more media than ever now provide Americans with news and entertainment. At the same time, fewer owners control them. Huge companies have many holdings(
    股份). In some areas, one company controls much of the media. One dramatic change in American media is the increased success of cable television. It comes into most homes over wires. It does not use the public airwaves to present programs, as broadcast television does. Like broadcast television, most cable television programs perform advertisements. This is true although people must pay to see cable television in their homes. Thirty years ago, few people had cable. Today, about sixty-eight percent of American homes have cable television. Television by satellite also is gaining popularity.
    Over the years, traditional broadcast organizations have tried to appeal to as many watchers as possible. Many cable companies, however, present programs for one special group of viewers. For example, there are cable stations for people who like books, cooking, travel, golf or comedy.


    33.Which of the following is true about American public media? 

    A.They depend on the government. 
    B.They are controlled by the government 
    C.They are free 
    D.They can earn money.


    34.From the second paragraph, we learn that           . 

    A.broadcast TV and cable TV programs include sales messages 
    B.more media are out of control 
    C.American media is dramatic 
    D.cable TV is free


    35.What would be the best title for the text? 

    A.American news and entertainment 
    B.Public television and radio media 
    C.media in the United States 
    D.Cable programs in the United States

    题型:阅读理解  知识点:社会现象类阅读
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    There are all sorts of good sensible reasons to avoid getting angry. Not only does it make us feel bad, it also makes us do stupid things without noticing the risks and it can be self-destructive (毁坏性的).        36           But like all emotions, anger has its purposes, which can be used for good effects.

    Anger is a motivating force.
    In fact anger itself is a kind of positive energy and a powerful motivating force.          37            When we see something as beneficial, we want it more when we are angry. So, when used right, constructive anger can make us feel strong and powerful and help push us on to get what we want.

          38     
    It may sound like a strange thing to say, but angry people have something in common with happy people. That
    ˈs because both tend to expect favorable results. By comparison those experiencing more fear are more pessimistic (悲观的) about the future and expect further terrors.

    Anger can benefit relationships.
    Society tells us anger is dangerous and we should hide it .The problem is that when we hide our anger, our partner doesn
    ˈt know heˈs done something wrong. And so he keeps doing it.  39   The expression of anger, if reasonable and aimed at finding a solution, can actually benefit and strengthen relationships.

    Anger provides self-understanding.
    Anger can also provide understanding into ourselves, if we allow it. Getting  angry leads to a positive outcome.  Anger help discover our own faults. If we can notice when we get angry and why, then we can learn what to do to improve our lives.          40    


    A.Anger reduces violence.

    B.Anger can encourage self-change.

    C.Angry people are more optimistic.

    D.And that doesnˈt do our relationship any good.

    E.Thatˈs because itˈs a very strong social signal that a situation needs to be solved.

    F.Most of us treat our anger as though itˈs unreasonable, unshowable and unmentionable.

    G.Anger can turn us on and thus push on towards our goals in the face of problems and barriers.

    题型:阅读填空  知识点:七选五题型
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