高中英语 河南省南阳周口驻马店漯河三门峡信阳六市2016届高三第一次联考考试试题及答案.doc
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       Did you know that Albert Einstein could not speak until he was four years old, and did

     not read until he was seven? His parents and teachers worried about llis rnenta1ability.

        Beethoven's music teacher said about him“As a conlposer(作曲家)he is hopeless

    What if tllis young boy believed it?

        When Thomas Edison was a young boy,his teachers said he was so stupid that he could

     never learn anything.He once said,‘‘I remember I used to never be able to get along at

     schoo1.1 was always at tlle foot of my class…My father thought.1 was stupid,and I almost

     decided that l was a stupid person.”What if young Thomas.believed what mey said about

     him?

        When the sculptor(雕刻家)Auguste Rodin was young; he had difficulty learning to

    read and write.:. Today, we may say he had a learning disability. His father said of him, "I

    have an idiot(白痴) for a son. "His uncle agreed. "He's uneducable," he said. What if

    Rodin had doubted his ability?

       Walt Disney was once fired by a newspaper editor because he was thought to have no

    "good ideas". Enrico Caruso was told by one music teacher, "you can't sing. You have no

    voice at all. " And an editor told Louisa May Alcott that she was unable to write anything that

    would have popular appeal.

        What if these people had listened and become discouraged? Where would our world be

    without the music of Beethoven, the art of Rodin or the ideas of Albert Einstein and Walt Dis-

    ney? As Oscar Levant once said, "It's not what you are but what you don't become that hurts. "

        You have great potential.When you believe in all you can be, rather than all you cannot

    become, you will find your place on earth.

    21. How many successful people are mentioned as examples in the passage?

       A. six.      B. seven.      C. eight.      D. nine.

    22. Which of the following statements is RIGHT?

       A. When he was young, Thomas Edison always got good grades at school.

       B. Levant thought Louisa May Alcott couldn' t write any popular'works.

       C. Only Auguste Rodin's uncle regarded him a boy of learning ability.

       D. Both Enrico Caruso and Beethoven achieved their dreams in music.

    23. What' s the meaning of the underlined sentence  " He' s uneducable" ?

         A. He can't be taught.              B. He is very clever.

         C. He is different.                 D. He is a late success.

    24. What is the best title of the passage?

        A. Working Hard for Success       B. Having Dreams

        C. Believing in Yourself           D. Self-challenging

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         He may not have an "S" across his chest but this dog is most certainly a hero.

          Harley, who was rescued from a puppy mill four years ago, was named the American

    Humane Association's 2015 American Hero Dog. Harley, who is missing an eye and has oth-

    er medical issues from his time at the mill, is now a "spokes-dog" against puppy mills. He

    serves as the adorable furry face of theHarley to the Rescue"campaign, which raises funds

    for the National Dog Mill Rescue, according to a press release.

        The pup was rescued back in 2011 and adopted by Rudi and her husband, Dan. "It was

    just four years ago that he was pulled from the cage in the puppy mill and left to die," Har-

    ley's owner, Rudi, said during the awards show at the Beverly Hilton Hotel in Los Angeles

    this past weekend, according to Today. com. "We never would have ever thought he would

    live tlus long and make such a difference for so many puppies. "

        The dog was one of eight finalists up for the American Hero Dog and was chosen as the

    winner through public votes. The finalists all won $ 1,500 to be donated to one of American

    Humane Association' s charity partners, with Harley receiving another  $ 5 ,000 to go toward

    his charity partner, New Leash On Life.

        According to the release, Harley spent 10 years at the puppy mill, and endured rough

     treatment there,  which led to his many medical issues.  He lost his eye as a result of his cage

     being power-washed with lum inside.

    .    The dog isn't just the face of his campaign, he also goes on rescue missions and makes

     public appearances at events and schools to raise awareness for puppy mills.

        This incredible work is all due to the dog' s fighting spirit.  That spirit is allowing him

     now to be the voice for dogs who cannot speak for themselves and give everybody hope that to-

     morrow's going to be a better day.

    25. How did the "Harley to the Rescue" campaign function?

         A. By saving dogs from a puppy mill.

         B. By operating the American Humane Association.

         C. By collecting money for the National Dog Mill Rescue.

         D. By giving endangered dogs-enough medical treatment.

      26. What was the author' s attitude to the puppy miU according to the text?

        A. Unsatisfied.     B. Sympathetic.     C. Doubtful.     D. Tolerant.

      27. Why was Harley blind in one eye?

        A. She was bom with it.               B.  Her owner treated her roughly .

        C. It was caused by a medical issue.      D. She was washed heavily in a cage.

      28. What can we,infer albout the dog fronj the text?

         A. It would be given to New Leash On Life.

         B. It was kept by Rudi's family.

         C. It would be taken away by its puppy mill.

         D. It retumed to the National Dog Mill Rescue.

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        We’ve all had a bad feeling soon after a hearty lunch.  You can' t stay focused,  your en-

      ergy level falls, and you wish you possessed a warm blanket so you could curl up under your

      desk for a quick nap. But you have important things to do-like completing that project or

      leading a team meeting in 1ess than an hour.

           You don't have to suffer that fate anymore. I have four foods that will get your focus

       back on track so that you can finish your workday stronger than you started.Keep these prod-

       ucts handy in your office, ancl.you'll never suffer from that 2 p. m. mental slog ever again.

       Green Tea

           While coffee is an important afternoon pick-me-up, green tea should not be overlooked.

       The uruque combination of the amino acid thiamine(芬氨酸) and caffeine has been shown

       across several studies to improve creativity, ability to multitask, and reaction time. Try some

       amazing tea recipes to get, started.

    Almonds

           Almonds are a great afternoon recharger that research from Purdue University shows will

       also aid in your weight-loss effotts. This is because almonds provide sustained energy: a mix

       of fat, fiber, and protein.Those elements allow almonds to offer a convenient snack that gives

       you a smooth shot of energy that comes from controlling your blood sugar levels. Plus, re-

       search shows that people who regularly eat nuts have as much as a 50 percent reduced risk of

         having a heart attack.

       Greek Yogurt

            Research frrom the University of Missouri shows that protein helps your body into better blood sugar control by stimulating the release of the hormone glucagon(胰高血糖素).  Aim  for a cup that has 20 t0 23 gram.s of protein for your snack.

       Dark Cvhoco/ate

            Despite often being wiewed as a bad dietary food, dark chocolate can help fight off that

        urge to take a nap in the middle of the day. While dark chocolate does contain small amounts

        of caffeine, its real power comes from phenyl ethylamine(笨基乙胺). Research from Mid-

        dlesex University in London shows that just smelling chocolate can shift brain activity towards greater attention.

     29. The underlined expression "that fate" in Paragraph 2 probably means          .

        A.  staying focused                  B. possessing low energy level

        C. having a slow nap                  D. curling up under your desk

     30. Which of the following statements is true?

        A. White coffee can't help us stay focused in the afternoon.

        B. Eating Almonds regularly can help us lose weight.

        C. Dark Chocolate can help us have a good nap in the afternoon.    .

        D. Having no lunch can help us stay focused in the afternoon.

     31. The passage mainly talks about             .

        A. foods that fight off an afternoon.depression

        B. feelings that we have after we have a delicious lunch

        C. tips that we should follow to keep healthy

        D.things that we can do in our office after a good lunch

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       The character "duang" is so new that it does not even exist in the Clunese dictionary.

      But it has already spread like wildfire online in China, appearing more than 8 million times

      on China's micro-blog site Weibo, where it spawned a top-trending hashtag that drew 312,

      000 discussions among 15 ,000 users.  On China's biggest online search engine Baidu,it has

      been looked up almost 600,000 times.  It's been noticed inthe west, too.

          But what does it mean? "Everyone's cluang-ing and I still don't know what it means!

      Looks like it's back to school for me," said Weibo user Weileiweito.  Another user asked,

      HHaye you duang-ed today? My mind is full of duang duang duang.’’‘‘To duang or not to du-

      ang, that is the question," wrote user BaiKut automan.

          “Duang"seems to be an example of onomatopoeia(拟声词),a word that phonetically

      imitates a sound.  It all seems to have started with Hong Kong action star Jackie Chan, who in

      2004 was featured in a shampoo commercial where he said famously defended his sleek(光亮

      的),  black hair using the 'rhythmical-sounding "duang".  The word resurfaced again recently

      after Chan posted it on his Weibo page. Thousands of users then began to flood Chan's Wei-

      bo page with comments, coirung the word in reference to his infamous shampoo appearance.

          The word appears to have many different meamngs, and there's no perfect translation,

      but you could use it as an adjective to give emphasis to the word that follows it.A kitten

      might be "duang cute", for example.  Or you might be "very duang confused" by this blog.

      For readers of Chinese characters, the Jackie Chan theme is also. apparent from the quirky

      way in which the word is written:a combination of Chan's Mandarin names.

      32. What does Paragraph l mainl.y talk about?

        A. Many countries use the word "duang".

        B. Debates arise online about the word "duang".

        C. Chinese dictionaries will contain a new character.

        D. The word "duang" is used very often on the Internet.

      33. From what the persons mentioned in Paragraph 2 said, we can leam          

        A.“duang"is popular among students

        B.young users can use "duang" freely

        C. using "duang" is recognized as afashion

        D. different people have their own understanding of“duang"

      34. Why did Jackie Chan use the word "duang"in 2004?

        A. To invent a new character.          B.To advertise for an action film.

        C. To show off his good hair in an ad.   D.To ask his fans to flood his Weibo page.

      35. The underlined word "quirky" in the last paragraph probably means         ”.

        A. unusual    B.modem    C.perfect    D.quick

     

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       Every day, in hundreds of ordinary situations, actions speak far louder than words. We

    talk with our mouth, but we communicate with our facial expressions, our tone of voice and

    our whole body.

          36  When we can read what others are saying unconsciously, we can deal with

    things---at work and at home before they become problems.

        By understanding how to use body language, you can communicate more effectively.

    Here is how:

          37  Throughout the day, notice details about the way you speak, gesture and

    move. When standing, keep your shoulders straight, your body open and your weight bal-

    anced on both feet.

        Work on your handshake.  38  The handshake most likely to show confidence is

    firm and dry, with strong but not too much pressure.

        Use eye contact. Eye contact is very important in forming an impression of someone.

    You should have the abilityto keep direct eye contact if you want to be taken seriously,  But

    some people feel uncorufortable hen it is too strong.   39 

        Be yourself. Nonverbal(非言语的)messages come from deep inside you, from your

    own sense of self-respect. If you are comforta:ble with yourself, it shows.  40  They always

    give others a deep impression.

        A. Use hand gestures carefully.

        B. Pay attention to your body-talk.

        C.A mirror can be useful to examine facial expressions.

        D. People wlho know who they are have a relaxed way of talking and moving.

        E. In the Jousiness world, the handshake shows important messages about power.

        F. Understancling hody language is one of the most useful skills you can develop.

        G.To avoicl this problem, change your focus so that you look at somewhere between the

        eyes and the chin.

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