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高三英语练习七十三
命题人:校欣梓 审核人:严书萍 一、单项填空 1. Is college, which is supposed to be a place for academic interests and independent thinking being ______into a factory only for producing professionals for a certain trade? A. transported B. transformed C. transferred D. transplanted 2. ______ with homesickness after separation from her family for months for the first time, the girl contacted her mum almost every day recently. A. Contented B. Supplied C. Covered D. Overcome 3. ---Do you think I really________ the wrong points in your speech at yesterday‘s meeting? ---Sure. Why________ you always pick holes in everything I say? A. shouldn‘t have mentioned; must B. couldn‘t mention; would C. wouldn‘t have mentioned; can D. mustn‘t mention; should 4. ---What do you think of Flying Swords of Dragon Gate(《龙门飞甲》)? ---Fantastic. Director Xu Ke________ each character in the movie impressive through lively dialogues and fascination plots. A.makes B. would make C. will make D. had made 5. One example of cybercrime is hacking, ________ users‘ computers are illegally accessed. A. that B. which C. where D. as 6. In today‘s competitive economy, ________ everyone is trying to do more with less, you‘ve got to figure out a way to profit from the very beginning. A. which B. that C. how D. where 7. It was not until last month ________ critics found ________ was shown on the screen, Love is Not Blind was surprisingly well-received by young people. A. that; that B. that; what C. when; what D. when; that 8. It was announced that only when the fire was put out ________ to return to their domitories. A. the students would be permitted B. had the students been permitted C. would the students been permitted D. the students had been permitted 9. It feels like________ adequate time for both doing exercises and listening to music is just not practical, but my good friend, Jack does manage it very well. A. accompanying B. allocating C. accomplishing D. advocating 10. Li Na‘s success has aroused new interest in tennis in China, which has also ________ a debate among fans, tennis players and experts. A. brought up B. brought about C. brought in D. brought out 二、完形填空: In a spirit of gratitude(感恩) and giving back to the parents who raised them, Bill and Jackie Merz‘s daughters have offered a generous invitation. ―They both live in Chicago now,‖ said Bill Merz, 75, a retired Sacramento State psychology professor. ―One was willing to put an extra floor on her house and __11__ an elevator for us so we could live there. __12__ wanted to change her basement for us. I told them we‘d have somebody shoot us __13__ we did that.‖ The Merzes, who live in their own home at Eskaton Village Roseville, enjoy their big, close-knit __14__, which also includes two sons in California and 11 grandchildren. But the idea of living with the kids in their older age leaves them __15__. ―My first reaction was, ?I don‘t want you to tell me __16__ to do,‘‖ said Jackie Merz, who is also 75 and a retired teacher and counselor. Most older adults __17__ to be a bit more euphemistic (委婉的) about it: Typically, they say that they don‘t want to be a __18__ to their kids, or that they don‘t want to bother them. __19__, statistics show a plainer truth. In huge numbers, seniors __20__ their freedom, and they want to live on their own __21__ they can. In the Sacramento region, US census figures ( 人 口 普 查 数 据 ) __22__ that almost three-fourths of people 65 and older live in same-generation (as opposed to multigenerational) households. National figures are even __23__, with nearly 80 percent of older adults living in their own households – more than three times the __24__ of the 1940s. A recent survey from the research firm Gallup & Robinson highlights 凸显, ( 突出) sense that

of __25__. While 53 percent of people below age 65 said they would __26__ an aging parent who needed their help, only a quarter of people older than 65 said they would __27__ an invitation to live with their grown children. Those attitudes __28__ the stubborn old cultural way, in which the grandparents, kids and grandkids grow older together __29__ one roof---a tradition from the days when there was no choice but for the generations to live __30__, like it or not. 11. A. raise B. make C. fix D. store 12. A. Another B. The other C. Others D. The others 13. A. until B. since C. after D. before 14. A. family B. home C. house D. room 15. A. cold B. happy C. puzzled D. warm 16. A. which B. what C. when D. where 17. A. plan B. decide C. agree D. tend 18. A. barrier B. danger C. burden D. guide 19. A. Furthermore B. However C. Therefore D. Otherwise 20. A. appreciate B. win C. share D. lose 21. A. as far as B. as good as C. as long as D. as much as 22. A. announce B. show C. declare D. tell 23. A. lower B. more C. higher D. fewer 24. A. number B. size C. amount D. sum 25. A. independence B. achievement C. success D. responsibility 26. A. take down B. take up C. take out D. take in 27. A. refuse B. accept C. receive D. send 28. A. reflect B. challenge C. cooperate D. keep 29. A. on B. in C. from D. under 30. A. alone B. apart C. together D. altogether 三、阅读理解 A Night after night, she came to pull the covers up around me and make me feel comfortable in bed, even long after my childhood years. Following her longstanding custom, she would lean down and push my long hair out of the way, then kiss my forehead. I don‘t remember when it first started annoying me — her hands pushing my hair that way. But it did annoy me, for they felt work-worn and rough against my young skin. Finally, one night, I shouted out at her, ―Don‘t do that anymore — your hands are too rough!‖ She didn‘t say anything in reply. But never again did my mother close out my day with that familiar expression of her love. Time after time, with the passing years, my thoughts returned to that night. By then I missed my mother‘s hands, missed her goodnight kiss on my forehead. Sometimes the incident seemed very close, sometimes far away. But always it remained in the back of my mind. Well, the years have passed, and I‘m not a little girl anymore. Mom is in her mid-seventies, and those hands I once thought to be so rough are still doing things for me and my family. She‘s been our doctor, reaching into a first aid kit for the remedy to calm a young girl‘s stomach or soothe the boy‘s injured knee. She cooks the best fried chicken in the world... gets stains out of blue jeans like I never could... Now, my own children are grown and gone. Mom no longer has Dad, and on special occasions, I find myself drawn next door to spend the night with her. So it was late on Thanksgiving Eve, as I slept in the bedroom of my youth, a familiar hand hesitantly ran across my face to brush the hair from my forehead. Then a kiss, ever so gently, touched my brow. In my memory, for the thousandth time, I recalled the night my young voice complained, ―Don‘t do that anymore — your hands are too rough!‖ Catching Mom‘s hand in hand, I blurted out how sorry I was for that night. I thought she‘d remember, as I did. But Mom didn‘t know what I was talking about. She had forgotten — and forgiven — long ago. That night, I fell asleep with a new appreciation for my gentle mother and her caring hands. And the guilt that I had carried around for so long was nowhere to be found. 31. In the writer‘s eyes, the familiar expression of mother‘s love could be ______. A. standing beside her bed B. sleeping together with her C. brushing with the rough hands D. spending the night with her 32. Looking back on the night she shouted at her mother, the writer felt ______. A. disappointed B. regretful C. discouraged D. grateful 33. The phrase ―blurted out‖ (Paragraph 6) probably means ______. A. said suddenly without thinking much B. screamed at somebody in anger

C. spoke in a loud voice rudely D. shouted to somebody cheerfully 34. Which words can best describe the writer‘s mother? A. Strict and annoying B. Kind and sensitive C. Hardworking and forgetful D. Gentle and caring 35. The best title for the passage can be ______. A. Daughter‘s Guilt B. Mother‘s Hands C. Better to Forgive and Forget D. Never too Late to Say Sorry B Parents need to be good role models to help their children make sensible financial decisions, according to Adam Hancock and his team, from East Carolina University in the US. Their work highlights that parents who argue about finances contribute to increasing credit card debt among their children during their student years. Their work is published online in Springer‘s Journal of Family and Economic Issues. Credit card debt among college students has been a growing concern for researchers and policymakers over the last decade. In addition, there is growing concern among educators that more students are dropping out of school, not because of academic failure, but because of financial reasons, and credit card debt especially. Hancock and colleagues‘ study is the first to examine how parental interactions, years of work experience, and financial knowledge and attitudes may have acumulative effect (累积效应) on the number of credit cards students own and their level of credit card debt. The researchers analyzed data for 413 undergraduate students from seven different American universities, who took part in the College Student Financial Literacy Survey. Through an online survey, the authors examined credit card debt and number of credit cards owned; students‘ interactions with their parents when discussing finances as a family; years of work experience; financial knowledge of credit cards, loans, insurance, and personal finance; as well as attitudes to credit cards i.e. are they safe, scary, too costly? How comfortable are students with only making the minimum payment each month? Overall, nearly two-thirds of students had a credit card, and nearly a third had more than one. Class year and gender were the top predictors of the number of credit cards students had, followed by parents who argued about finances. Specifically, juniors and seniors were nearly four times more likely to report having two or more cards, and females were more than twice as likely as males to have two or more cards. Students who reported that their parents argued about finances were also twice as likely to have more than two cards than those who reported having parents who did not argue about finances. In addition, those comfortable with minimum payments were also more likely to have more cards. In terms of debt, those students who had two or more credit cards were nearly three times more likely to report having credit card debt over $500. Parental influence, and parental arguments about finances specifically, was also one of the top predictors of a student having a credit card debt over $500. The authors conclude: ―It is clear that the influence of parents cannot be underplayed. Researchers, educators and policymakers should work with, and include, parents in finding effective ways to increase the positive financial behaviors of college students, particularly those behaviors related to credit card use. We need to help students and parents learn financial skills and establish healthy financial attitudes at earlier ages to prevent poor financial habits from taking root.‖ 36. This article is mainly about ______. A. the correct ways of credit card use B. the current financial situation of college students C. the influence of parents on children‘s financial decisions D. the application for a credit card by college students 37. We can learn from Paragraph 2 that ______. A. parents have the greatest effects on their children‘s debt level B. academic failure leads to more students‘ dropping out of school C. students tend to apply for a number of credit cards D. more students drop out of school mainly due to their credit card debt 38. From the survey made among 413 students, we‘ll know ______. A. whether students could make the minimum payment B. when students should make the minimum payment C. how much students should pay each month D. how many credit cards students might have

39. The underlined word ―gender‖ (Paragraph 4) probably means________. A. sex B. character C. age D. experience 40. Which of the following is TRUE according to the article? A. Most of the students had more than one credit card. B. Male students were more likely to own two or more cards than female ones. C. The students whose parents argued about finances were more likely to have cards. D. Those able to pay minimum payments were less likely to have more cards. 四、任务型阅读 Throw the bottles and boxes of drugs out of your house. new theory suggests that medicine A could be bad for your health, which should at least come as good news to people who cannot afford to buy expensive medicine. This new theory argues that healing is at our fingertips: we can be healthy by doing Yoga on a regular basis. Supporters of medical treatment argue that medicine should be trusted since it is effective and scientifically proven. They say that there is no need for spiritual methods such as Yoga. These waste our time, something which is quite precious in our material world. There is medicine that can kill our pain, x-rays that show us our bones or MRI that scans our brain for tumors(肿瘤). We must admit that these methods are very effective in the examples that they provide. However, there are some ―everyday complaints‖ such as back pains, headaches, insomnia, which are treated currently with medicine. When you have a headache, you take an Aspirin; when you cannot sleep, you take Xanax without thinking of the side effects of these. When you use these pills for a long period, you become addicted to them; you cannot sleep without them. pay We huge amounts of money and become addicted instead of getting better.How about a safer and more economical way of healing? When doing Yoga, you do not need anything except your energy so it is very economical. Its popularity has spread particularly throughout America and Western Europe. In quantum(量子)physics, energy is recognized as the fundamental substance(物质) which the universe consists of. Yoga depends on the energy within our bodies. It is a simple and effective way of restoring the energy flow. There are no side effects and it is scientifically explained. Opponents of alternative healing methods also claim that serious illnesses such as HIV/AIDS and cancer cannot be treated without drugs. They think so because these patients spend the rest of their lives in the hospital taking medicine. How can Yoga make these people healthy again? It is very unfortunate that these patients have to live in the hospital losing their hair because of chemotherapy(化疗), losing weight because of the side effects of the medicine they take. Actually, it is common knowledge that except for when the cancer is recognized at an early stage, drugs also cannot treat AIDS or cancer. Most of the medicines these patients use are to ease their pain and their sufferings. Instead of drugs which are expensive and have many side effects, you can use your energy to overcome the hardships of life, find an emotional balance, leave the stress of everyday life and let go of the everyday Worries. We should definitely start learning Yoga and avoid illnesses before it is too late. Title:Health and healing at your fingertips (1)__________ A new theory argues that doing Yoga (2)__________ can keep people healthy to a new theory while medicine does (3)_________ to people‘s health. ●People should (4)__________ medicine as it is very useful for killing pain. ●Medicine is effective and scientifically proven while Yoga is a kind of spiritual method and doing Yoga is only a (5) __________ of time. ●Illnesses (6)__________ HIV/AIDS and cancer can only be treated with drugs.

Support of medical treatment

●Doing Yoga is safer and not as (7)_________ as taking medicine. ●Most of the medicines that patients with some (8) _________ diseases use are to ease their pain and their sufferings but can not cure them. Support of Yoga ●Yoga has no side effects and also there is a (9) _________ explanation.It can restore the energy flow in people‘s bodies, which can (10) _________ our emotions, control thoughts, overcome the hardships of life, leave the stress of everyday life and let go of the everyday worries.

高三英语练习七十三参考答案
一、单项填空 1-5 BDAAC 二、完形填空 11-15 CBDAA 三、阅读理解 31-35 CBADB 四、任务型阅读 1. Introduction 6. like 6-10 DBCBB 16-20 BDCBA 36-40 CDDAC 2. regularly 7. expensive 3. harm 8. serious 4. trust/take 9. scientific 5. waste 10. balance 21-25 CBCAA 26-30 DBBDC

高三英语练习七十三参考答案
一、单项填空 1-5 BDAAC 二、完形填空 11-15 CBDAA 三、阅读理解 31-35 CBADB 四、任务型阅读 1. Introduction 6. like 6-10 DBCBB 16-20 BDCBA 36-40 CDDAC 2. regularly 7. expensive 3. harm 8. serious 4. trust/take 9. scientific 5. waste 10. balance 21-25 CBCAA 26-30 DBBDC

高三英语练习七十三参考答案
一、单项填空 1-5 BDAAC 二、完形填空 11-15 CBDAA 三、阅读理解 31-35 CBADB 四、任务型阅读 1. Introduction 6. like 6-10 DBCBB 16-20 BDCBA 36-40 CDDAC 2. regularly 7. expensive 3. harm 8. serious 4. trust/take 9. scientific 5. waste 10. balance 21-25 CBCAA 26-30 DBBDC

高三英语练习七十三参考答案
一、单项填空

1-5 BDAAC 二、完形填空 11-15 CBDAA 三、阅读理解 31-35 CBADB 四、任务型阅读 1. Introduction 6. like

6-10 DBCBB 16-20 BDCBA 36-40 CDDAC 2. regularly 7. expensive 3. harm 8. serious 4. trust/take 9. scientific 5. waste 10. balance 21-25 CBCAA 26-30 DBBDC

高三英语练习七十三参考答案
一、单项填空 1-5 BDAAC 二、完形填空 11-15 CBDAA 三、阅读理解 31-35 CBADB 四、任务型阅读 1. Introduction 6. like 6-10 DBCBB 16-20 BDCBA 36-40 CDDAC 2. regularly 7. expensive 3. harm 8. serious 4. trust/take 9. scientific 5. waste 10. balance 21-25 CBCAA 26-30 DBBDC

高三英语练习七十三参考答案
一、单项填空 1-5 BDAAC 二、完形填空 11-15 CBDAA 三、阅读理解 31-35 CBADB 四、任务型阅读 1. Introduction 6. like 6-10 DBCBB 16-20 BDCBA 36-40 CDDAC 2. regularly 7. expensive 3. harm 8. serious 4. trust/take 9. scientific 5. waste 10. balance 21-25 CBCAA 26-30 DBBDC

高三英语练习七十三参考答案
一、单项填空 1-5 BDAAC 二、完形填空 11-15 CBDAA 三、阅读理解 31-35 CBADB 四、任务型阅读 1. Introduction 6. like 6-10 DBCBB 16-20 BDCBA 36-40 CDDAC 2. regularly 7. expensive 3. harm 8. serious 4. trust/take 9. scientific 5. waste 10. balance 21-25 CBCAA 26-30 DBBDC

高三英语练习七十三参考答案

一、单项填空 1-5 BDAAC 二、完形填空 11-15 CBDAA 三、阅读理解 31-35 CBADB 四、任务型阅读 1. Introduction 6. like

6-10 DBCBB 16-20 BDCBA 36-40 CDDAC 2. regularly 7. expensive 3. harm 8. serious 4. trust/take 9. scientific 5. waste 10. balance 21-25 CBCAA 26-30 DBBDC

高三英语练习七十三参考答案
一、单项填空 1-5 BDAAC 二、完形填空 11-15 CBDAA 三、阅读理解 31-35 CBADB 四、任务型阅读 1. Introduction 6. like 6-10 DBCBB 16-20 BDCBA 36-40 CDDAC 2. regularly 7. expensive 3. harm 8. serious 4. trust/take 9. scientific 5. waste 10. balance 21-25 CBCAA 26-30 DBBDC

高三英语练习七十三参考答案
一、单项填空 1-5 BDAAC 二、完形填空 11-15 CBDAA 三、阅读理解 31-35 CBADB 四、任务型阅读 1. Introduction 6. like 6-10 DBCBB 16-20 BDCBA 36-40 CDDAC 2. regularly 7. expensive 3. harm 8. serious 4. trust/take 9. scientific 5. waste 10. balance 21-25 CBCAA 26-30 DBBDC

高三英语练习七十三参考答案
一、单项填空 1-5 BDAAC 二、完形填空 11-15 CBDAA 三、阅读理解 31-35 CBADB 四、任务型阅读 1. Introduction 6. like 6-10 DBCBB 16-20 BDCBA 36-40 CDDAC 2. regularly 7. expensive 3. harm 8. serious 4. trust/take 9. scientific 5. waste 10. balance 21-25 CBCAA 26-30 DBBDC

高三英语练习七十三参考答案
一、单项填空

1-5 BDAAC 二、完形填空 11-15 CBDAA 三、阅读理解 31-35 CBADB 四、任务型阅读 1. Introduction 6. like

6-10 DBCBB 16-20 BDCBA 36-40 CDDAC 2. regularly 7. expensive 3. harm 8. serious 4. trust/take 9. scientific 5. waste 10. balance 21-25 CBCAA 26-30 DBBDC

高三英语练习七十三参考答案
一、单项填空 1-5 BDAAC 二、完形填空 11-15 CBDAA 三、阅读理解 31-35 CBADB 四、任务型阅读 1. Introduction 6. like 6-10 DBCBB 16-20 BDCBA 36-40 CDDAC 2. regularly 7. expensive 3. harm 8. serious 4. trust/take 9. scientific 5. waste 10. balance 21-25 CBCAA 26-30 DBBDC

高三英语练习七十三参考答案
一、单项填空 1-5 BDAAC 二、完形填空 11-15 CBDAA 三、阅读理解 31-35 CBADB 四、任务型阅读 1. Introduction 6. like 6-10 DBCBB 16-20 BDCBA 36-40 CDDAC 2. regularly 7. expensive 3. harm 8. serious 4. trust/take 9. scientific 5. waste 10. balance 21-25 CBCAA 26-30 DBBDC

高三英语练习七十三参考答案
一、单项填空 1-5 BDAAC 二、完形填空 11-15 CBDAA 三、阅读理解 31-35 CBADB 四、任务型阅读 1. Introduction 6. like 6-10 DBCBB 16-20 BDCBA 36-40 CDDAC 2. regularly 7. expensive 3. harm 8. serious 4. trust/take 9. scientific 5. waste 10. balance 21-25 CBCAA 26-30 DBBDC

高三英语练习七十三参考答案
一、单项填空

1-5 BDAAC 二、完形填空 11-15 CBDAA 三、阅读理解 31-35 CBADB 四、任务型阅读 1. Introduction 6. like

6-10 DBCBB 16-20 BDCBA 36-40 CDDAC 2. regularly 7. expensive 3. harm 8. serious 4. trust/take 9. scientific 5. waste 10. balance 21-25 CBCAA 26-30 DBBDC


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