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2017深圳市高考二模英语试题及参考答案


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 2017年深圳市高三年级第二次调研考试英语试题

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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)

阅读下面短文,从短文后每题所给的ABCD四个选项中,选出最佳选项,并在答題卡上将该项涂黑。

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The Metropolitan Museum of Art, more commonly known as "theMet”, located in New York City, is the largestart museum in the United States. Its impressive permanentcollection is home to over two million works, divided amongseventeen specialized departments. It is among the most visited artmuseums in the world. The main building is one of the world'slargest art galleries. On March 18, 2016, the museum opened the MetBreuerMuseum, greatly enriching the museum's modern and up-to-dateart program.

The Mot's permanent collection consists of works of art fromclassical antiques to ancient Egyptian artifacts (史前古器物),paintings and sculptures from all but a few of the Europeanmasters. It also has an outstanding collection of American andmodern art and proudly houses extensive holdings of African, Asian,Oceanic, Indian and Islamic art. Visitors can also find largecollections of musical instruments and costumes, as well as antiqueweapons from around the globe.

The Metropolitan Museum of Art was found in 1870. It is the resultof a project between businessmen, financier and influentialthinkers of the day. They all shared the same passion of bringingart and art education to the American people. That dream became areality when the museum opened its doors on February 20.1872.

21.what is special about the Met?

A. Its name.

B. Its collection.

C. Its building.

D. Itslocation.

22.What do we know about the Met's collections?

A. They are from European masters.

B. They mainly come fromEurope.

C. They are about antique weapons.

D. They cover arts of differenttimes.

23.Why was the Metropolitan Museum of Art built?

A. To show the owners' pride in its large size.

B. To invest and make more money in the future.

C. To offer art education to the American people.

D. To bring the worldwide artists’ dream intoreality.

B

Despite the fact that the Queen is currently alive and well, asecret plan has already been laid out for her death.

A code word has already been decided upon to deliver the news ofher passing to the highest tiers of the government.

While the death of George VI was signalled by the words“Hyde Park Corner" — to stopoperators at Buckingham Palace learning the news— the equivalent(相等的)wordfor Queen Elizabeth II is “London Bridge isdown’’.

The Prime Minister at the time will be woken, if not already awake,and informed by civil servants that "LondonBridge is down".

These words will signify the Queen has passed away, and OperationLondonBridge — a highly-organised set ofarrangements — is to start.

The Foreign Office's Global Response Centre, located at anundisclosed location in London, will then immediately inform 15governments outside the UK where the Queen is also the head ofstate. After this, the centre will pass on the news to the 36 othernations of the Commonwealth(英联邦)forwhom the Queen has served as a symbolic figurehead for manydecades.

It will not be long before the news spreads from world leaders tothe general public, with the news of her passing to the PressAssociation and thus the global media as well.

This marks a break from the long-held tradition of the BBC beingthe first news outlet to learn of royal deaths. What's more, whileGeorge VI's death was not announced until four hours after he died,news of the Queen's death will be far more instant.

A footman in mourning clothes will be sent out of the door atBuckingham Palace at the same time to pin a notice of the news tothe gates, while the official palace website will feature- just onepage, letting out the news on a dark background.

24.What are the code words for the Queen's death?

A. Hyde Park Comer.

B. BuckinghamPalace.

C. LondonBridge is down.

D. OperationLondonBridge.

25.Why will 15 governments outside the UK be informed of the newsimmediately?

A. The Queen once served there.

B. The Queen also governsthem.

C. The Queen is the former head.

D. The Queen is the symbolichead.

26.Who used to let out the news of royal deaths?

A. The BBC.

B. A footman.

C. Civil servants.

D. Worldleaders.

27.What will people know from the footman’snotice?

A. A secret plan has a code.

B. George VI is alive again.

C. The Prime Minister is woken.

D. The Queen has passed away.

C

I was five years old when my little brother, Murk, was born.Looking back at photos, I appeared so thrilled that he had finallyarrived. I held and bathed him, smiling from cheek to check. I donot remember that feeling now.

Being the first child in the family, I was the one my parentstested their new parenting techniques on. I was their guinea pig.Mark was always the happy one, the joker, the one who won becauseof my battles with my parents. After too many fights, I declaredwar on Mark. We were now enemies. All l remember is being jealousof (妒忌) and angry with myinnocent little brother.

Thus. I made his life a misery. I teased, tricked, embarrassed, andfought with him. often leaving him in floods of tears.

Our little sister was born when I was 11. and instantly she andMark could not be separated. They pushed me aside. Was this because1 was becoming a monster, or did 1 grow into an uglier green-eyedmonster because they loved each other so much?

Thankfully, Mark quickly grew tall and strong, and our conflictlooked more like a cold war than bloodshed(流血).Itall ended suddenly when I went to study abroad. The hatred(仇恨) disappeared and loveclimbed in.

Despite all the abuse Mark suffered he has implied that he hasforgiven me, or even that there is nothing to forgive, although Ihave never brought up the subject in too much detail. I would liketo; however, it would be a selfish move to look for moreforgiveness. But I prefer to remember the hurt. During all thosewasted years, I should have been the loving sister, defendinginstead of attacking.

28.How did the writer feel at the birth of her brother?

A. Worried. B. Excited. C. Surprised. D. disappointed.

29.Why did the writer consider her brother as her enemy?

A. She didn't like her brother. B. She'd like to be amonster.

C. She used to be ill-treated. D. She did so out of jealousy.

30.When did the writer's hatred of her brother disappear?

A. At the birth of her sister.

B. At the start of their coldwar.

C. When she studied abroad.

D. When the bloodshed ended.

31.What does the writer really want to tell us in thepassage?

A. She felt regretful for what she had done.

B. She was never forgiven by her brother.

C. She was looking for more forgiveness.

D. She suffered much abuse from her brother.

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