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衡水中学2017届高三摸底联考英语试题


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内容提要:河北衡水中学2017届高三摸底联考英语试题(全国卷)

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河北衡水中学2017届高三摸底联考英语试题(全国卷)

命题人:陈合舜 李京华 戚华荣

注意事项:

1.本试卷分第I卷(选择题)和第II卷(非选择题)两部分,共150分,考试时间120分钟。

2.答第I卷前,考生务必将自己的姓名、准考证号、考试科目用铅笔涂在答题卡上。每小题选出 答案后,用铅笔把答题卡上对应题目的答案标号涂黑。如需要改动,用橡皮擦干净后,再选涂 其他答案标号。所有试题都要答在答题卡上。

第二部分阅读理解

(共两节,满分40分)

第一节(共15小题;每小题2分,满分30分)

阅读下列短文,从每题所给的四个选项(ABCD)中,选出最佳选项。

A

Can you resist cream cakes? I miss my sugar! I’ve decided to lose weight and I had to give up cakes. It’s difficult because I have a sweet tooth and I love cream cakes.

Not having treats can be good for your health. I’ve heard that the Burts, a family of five in South East Englandlived sugar free for a whole year after they found out their daughter had diabetes (糖尿 病).It wasn’t easy. To avoid temptation, I don’t go to any bakeries, but this family actually owns one, which makes up to 3 ,000 cakes a week.

They were in shock when the doctor said that their 16-year-old Lucy had to check her blood sugar levels regularly and take insulin (胰岛素). He advised her to eat a normal,balanced diet,but the Burts went further and got rid of sugar altogether.

And how does it feel to live without sugar for a while? Jason Burt said that for a month they felt weak. But later on it all changed. He says he feels “more awake” and full of energy.

And what about the Burt family business? It had to keep using half a ton of sugar a week and any cook worth his salt knows that you have to taste a recipe to know if it’s right. No problem there,says Jason Burt’s wife, Clare. She points out that she’s got lots of people offering to taste the cakes for them. The family is also thinking about selling more delicious products.

I wonder what makes us have a strong desire for sweet food. Anyway, I’ve decided to forget about the sweet taste of sugar for a while. As British model Kate Moss says“Nothing tastes as good as skinny feels.”

21.From the passage,what do we know about the author?

        A. The author runs a bakery.                     
B. The author hates sweet taste.

        C. The author is on a diet.                         
D. The author’s daughter had diabetes.

22.What did the Burts do after hearing the doctor’s advice?

        A. They were shocked.                              
B. They went too far about it.

        C. They used half a ton of sugar a week.  
D. They avoided sugar completely.

23.From the passage we can learn it is necessary for a cook .

        A. to make up to 3,000cakes a week        
B. to taste a recipe to know if it’s right

        C. to get lots of people offering to taste the cakes

        D. to selling more delicious products

24.What does the sentence by Kate Moss mean?

        A. It is worthwhile to resist food to look skinny.

        B. There is nothing tasting as good as sweets.

        C. Nothing tastes good when the skin feels terrible.

        D. Nobody can resist the desire for sweets.

B

Parents will do anything for their children. Whether it would be the food, clothes, or the place they live in,parents will always make sure their children have the best of everything. One of the big-gest concerns that parents currently have is educating their children. They are faced with lots of diffi-culties when it comes to education for their young ones. Choices include private school, charter school,public school or home schooling.

Fortunately for parentsthere are a variety of different strategies that they can take in order to in-crease their child’s overall intelligence. According to Ross A. Thompson, PhD, professor of psychol-ogy at the University of California at Davis, a child’s brain will actually reach 90% of its full size by the time they start kindergarten.

Researchers at Northwestern University in Chicago concluded that playing a musical instrument directly affected the brain stem, the lower section of the brain. Moreover, children that learn an in-strument at an early age tend to continue it when they are older. And numerous studies show that a well balanced meal is essential for a child’s mental as well as physical health. Some other researchers recommended that a second language should be taught when children are in preschool. They state that three to four years of age is the perfect time and that any age under four would work perfectly fine for a child’s brain development.

The average child will learn how to read between kindergarten and second grade. Many parents can give their children a jump start by teaching them to read before they start school. Children could have an adequate background of the alphabet and sounds of words before attending school. This can be done by simply reading to them whenever you want. The more comfortable they get, the easier the process will be.

25.From the first paragraph,we can infer that .

        A. parents find it hard to satisfy their kids’ various demands

        B. parents meet a new challenge when raising their kids

        C. parents have more choices in offering education to their kids

        D. parents get actively involved in the process of their kids’ growth

26.What suggestion may the researchers in the passage make?

        A. To train kids as early as possible.

        B. To try as many means as possible.

        C. To help kids develop as fully as possible.

        D. To use as many available resources as possible.

27.What does the third paragraph mainly discuss about?

        A. The proper time to teach children to learn languages.

        B. The effective ways to help develop children’s brains.

        C. The vital factors to have a great effect on children’s health.

        D. The practical steps to arouse children’s interest in study.

28.We can replace the words “jump start”in the last paragraph with .

        A. inspiration         B. introduction         
C. suggestion            D. promotion

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