[图文]甘肃省天水市一中2018届高三上学期第四次阶段(期末)考试英语

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甘肃省天水市一中2018届高三上学期第四次阶段(期末)考试英语

甘肃省天水一中2010届高三上学期第一阶段考试英语
甘肃省天水一中2010届高三上学期第一阶段考试英语甘肃省天水市一中2018届高三上学期第四次阶段(期末)考试英语

天水市第一中学 2018 届高三上学期第四次阶段(期末)考试 英语试题考试时间:100 分钟 总分:120 本试卷分第Ⅰ卷(选择题)和第 II 卷(非选择题)两部分 第Ⅰ卷 注意事项: 1.答第 I 卷前,考生务必将自己的姓名、准考证号填写在答题卡上。

2.选出每小题答案后,用 2B 铅笔把答题卡上对应题目的答案标号框涂黑。

如需改 劲,用橡皮擦干 净后,再选涂其他答案标号框。

不能答在本试卷上,否则无效。

第一部分 阅读理解(共两节,满分 40 分)第一节 (共 15 小题;每小题 2 分,共 30 分) 阅读下面短文,从每题所给的四个选项(A、B、C 和 D)中,选出最佳选项,并在答题卡上将该项 涂黑。

A Get ready to fill your days full of fun and adventure. West Dorset, an area of outstanding natural beauty, is always a place to go and there is always something going on. The following are some of the star attractions. Mapperton House & Gardens Impressivevalley gardens surrounded by wooded landscape. Gardens open: Daily 1lam---5pm except Saturdays, March to October included. Booking through Tel: (01308)862645 or www.mapperton.com Bridport Museum Local history museum detailing the town‟s famous rope and net trade with additional changing temporary displays.We also have a year round Local History Gentre nearby where you can complete local and family history research. Open: Monday-Saturday, April to October included. Booking through Tel: (01308458703 or www. bridportmuseum.co.uk Furleigh Estate Wine Tours·1·

Vineyard and winery, producers of the UK‟S most outstanding sparkling wine. Come and see how the 2016 winemaker of the Year makes wine. Open for sales: 11am-4pm Fridays and Saturdays, tours at 2 pm Booking through Tel:(01308488991 or www.furleighestate.co.uk Email: info@furleigliestate.co.uk Old crown Court and Cells Experience two hundred years of shocking crime and punishment. Location of Tolpuddle martyrs' trial. Tours of courtroom and cells on selected afternoons mid-July to end August Open: Monday-Friday, March to September included. Booking through www.visit-dorset.com For all the latest information about attractions including opening times, prices and also some great discounts and special offers, please go to www.visit-dorset.com. 1. Where can you learn about wine making? A. At Mapperton House Gardens B. At old Crown Court and Cells C. At Bridport Museum D. At Furleigh Estate 2. Which website should you visit if you want to get a good price? A.www. furleighestate.co.uk B. www. visit-dorset.com C. www.bridportmuseum.co.uk D. www. mapperton.com 3. On what day of the week can you visit all the four places? A. Monday B. Tuesday C. Friday D. Saturday B·2·

What would it take to get you to put down your phone during a meal? Sarah‟s Corner Café in Stroudsburg, Pennsylvania, is offering a deal for people who want to enjoy a meal, and each other, unplugged. They‟ve set up so-called “family recharging stations” at tables where you drop your phone into a basket. "They let the server know and the server will bring over a basket with old fashioned Hangman and Tic Tac Toe and pencils because those games are interactive instead of coloring, which is solitary (孤单的)," owner Barry Lynch told ABC News. Once a family joins in the challenge, staffs bring games to the table to encourage the family to interact and communicate with one another If families make it through the meal without looking at their phones, they'rerewarded 10 percent off their bill. "A lot of people are starting to do it and it's taken on alife of its own, "said lynch. The idea for the "family recharging time" came to Lynch after observing many of his customers. "There's one particular family I knew used to come in on Sunday for breakfastafter church," he recalled. "Every time I went over, one or two of the kids and sometimes the parents would be on the phone. I also knew the dad would go to New York for work every day, which takes a lot of time. I asked him about that and he said, „Yeah, I still do it. It's so nice to be together and these breakfasts are rare.‟ And when he said that, I thought, "Something is going on here I need to do something." Lynch is thrilled by the responsehis phone- free meals have gotten and hopes they continue to enrich his customers' family time. "I just thought it was such a shame not to have more time together just to talk," he said. 4. How can a family get a 10% discount at Sarah‟s Corner Café ? A. They have phone-free meals. B. They take no phones for meals. C. They keep polite during the meals. D. They remain quite during the meals. 5. Why do servers bring over the games to the challengers? A. To cater for them. B. To test their courage. C. To make them communicate.·3·

D. To develop their game skills. 26. What did Barry show by telling the family‟s story? A. Why he had pity on the family. B. How the family spent their weekend. C. Why the family members ignored each other. D. How he had the idea for family recharging time. 27. What‟s the reaction of the customers about their phone-free meals? A. Passive. B. Positive. C. Casual. D. Doubtful. C For the kids who have just started to read, choosing the right books is essential and their parents should be there to help them. A proper book classification system would be of great help in this regard, since most parents do not know which books suit their children‟s reading levels the most. An effective classification system for children‟s books would help overcome this problem. Chinese bookstores, online or offline, still prefer to use age rather than reading ability to categorize what they sell. In fact, reading ability and interests vary from child to child even when they are at the same age. This early form of classification is accepted by most bookstores and publishers, yet many young readers get books that are nowhere near their targeted reading levels. China has at least 200 million children under the age of 14, and their enthusiasm for reading has increased over the years. The publishers of children‟s books should try to introduce a juvenile -centered classification system to help their readers choose books that are suitable for their reading abilities. Some don‟t trust the call for more effective book classification, mentioning the need for youngsters to read extensively and avoid restricting themselves to one or two categories. There is a strong case for resisting selective reading, but not book classification, which is designed to help young children develop good reading habits and hold onto them in the long run.·4·