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1.It is difficult to imagine what life would be like without water. Water is very important to all living things. There would be no life without water.
Water shortage has become a serious problem. The growing population and the development of industry and agriculture need much more water. Water pollution in some areas also contributes to water shortage.
Therefore, measures must be taken to solve the problem. First of all, we must make good use of water and avoid polluting it. In addition, we can get useful water through purifying rain or sea water.
导致:contribute to→lead to
充分利用:make good use of→take full advantage of
此外:In addition =Besides
原句:Water is very important to all living things. There would be no life without water.
拓展句:Water is very important to all living things, without which there would be no life.
【点睛】[高分句型1] It is difficult to imagine what life would be like without water.(运用了what引导的宾语从句)
[高分句型2] In addition, we can get useful water through purifying rain or sea water.(运用了动名词作宾语)
2.One possible version:
After a while, a police car pulled up and Cory waved to it with excitement. Two policemen came out of the police car and Cory couldn’t wait to explain what had happened to Simon. Then, the policemen checked for any missing person’s report without any delay. Meanwhile, they drove the two of them around the nearby neighborhood one by one to search for Simon’s home. Finally, they successfully contacted the little boy’s parents. Cory was more than glad to see Simon s reunion with his parents.
Seeing the reunion of Simon and his parents, Cory was deeply touched. He thought of his own parents, the warm home and his mother’s delicious supper. He thought his parents must have been as worried as Simon’s and they must have been anxiously searching everywhere for their son right now. The more he thought about it, the more guilty he felt for what he had done to his mother. All his anger died away in an instant and he rushed in the direction of his home.
①下车:get out of the car/get off
②寻找:search for/look for
③取得联系:contact/get touch with
【点睛】[高分句型1]Two policemen came out of the police car and Cory couldn’t wait to explain what had happened to Simon.(由连接代词what引导的宾语从句)
[高分句型2]The more he thought about it, the more guilty he felt for what he had done to his mother. (固定句型和由连接代词what引导的宾语从句)黄金埠中学2022-2023学年高二下学期3月月考
1.What kind of car will the speakers buy
A.The one with four doors.
B.The one with two doors.
C.The one in red.
2.Why does the man make the call
A.To confirm a booking. B.To make a booking. C.To change a booking.
3.What will the man probably do today
A.Ask for sick leave.
B.See a doctor after work.
C.Invite his manager to his house.
4.When does the conversation take place
A.On Saturday. B.On Sunday. C.On Monday.
5.What are the speakers mainly talking about
A.A teacher. B.An exam. C.Chemistry.
第二节 (共15小题;每小题1.5分,满分22.5分)
6.How will the speakers go to the new Italian place
A.By bus. B.On foot. C.By car.
7.What will Rob do tonight
A.Eat out. B.Meet friends. C.Fly to London.
8.What are the speakers mainly discussing
A.A weekend plan. B.A delicious picnic. C.The beautiful scenery.
9.What did the woman intend to do
A.Walk along the park. B.Stay at home. C.Attend a concert.
10.What is the woman’s attitude toward climbing in the end
A.Worried. B.Excited. C.Tired.
11.What color tie does the woman think matches the man’s jacket
A.Green. B.Black. C.Red.
12.Why doesn’t the woman like high heels
A.They aren’t beautiful.
B.They are uncomfortable to wear.
C.They don’t match the dress.
13.What does the man mean in the end
A.He knows a cafe nearby.
B.He can’t decide what to buy.
C.He doesn’t want to go on shopping.
14.How many people were there on the train
A.17. B.18. C.20.
15.Why did the bus lose control
A.It had a fault. B.It caught fire inside. C.The road was wet.
16.What was the result of the car accident
A.The car’s fuel tank exploded.
B.The car crashed into water.
C.Frane broke his arm.
17.When did the students get to school
A.At 4:30. B.At 5:00. C.At 5:30.
18.How did the speaker feel when the coach arrived
A.Excited. B.Tired. C.Sad.
19.What did the speaker get for her sister
A.A dress. B.A bag. C.A T-shirt.
20.What did the speaker like best about this trip
A.The boat trip.
B.The comfortable hotel.
C.The shopping experience.
There are many options for free video conferencing (会议) apps. Here’s our short list of the best ones, where they shine and where they fall short.
Google Hangouts
The free video chat app from Google is a great example of a consumer-grade app. It integrates with Gmail and Google Calendar, making it easier for users to operate.
Up to 10 participants can join the live conference with a plug-in application. And as it doesn’t support dual stream video and content, some users complain that the video is not clear or reliable.
The app, developed by Microsoft, gives 10 users access to a conference. It’s worth noting that Microsoft is integrated with Skype.
A plug-in application is required. Advanced features are fascinating, but only available for paid subscription.
The free video conferencing solution from Zoom provides a service for group video calls with over 100 participants. The Zoom Basic plan allows users to have 40-minute calls with a handful of features like screen sharing, local recording and camera filters.
A plug-in application is necessary. All calls, which are limited to 40 minutes or less, are secured.
Lifesize has been in the video conferencing industry for long. By setting up a free account with Lifesize, you can quickly start a free video call with up to 25 participants. It is web-based and doesn’t require downloads or an application on your devices. Guests can join the live call right from the website by clicking on your personal meeting ID link.
To use the additional features like 300-way calling, Microsoft integrations and 4K video conference room systems requires a paid subscription.
21.Which aspect of Google Hangouts is not satisfactory
A.User capacity.
B.Video quality.
D.Technical support.
22.Which app offers a ten-minute conference service with 30 people for free
A.Google Hangouts. B.Skype. C.Zoom. D.Lifesize.
23.What is special about Lifesize
A.It integrates with Microsoft.
B.It is completely free of charge.
C.There is no time limit to its conferences.
D.No application is needed for participants.
Sleeping badly or working night shifts could be making you fat, weak and more likely to become diabetic. A study has revealed sleep loss changes the way people’s DNA works and makes the body more dedicated to storing fat. Muscles get smaller and fat stores begin to rise when people lose as little as one night’s sleep, the experts found. Although midnight snacks or being too tired to exercise could be blamed for tired people getting fatter, there may now be a more scientific reason.
Researchers have linked losing sleep to weight gain in the past but have found it difficult to explain—now they reveal it could be linked to the body clock. And a tired body also becomes less able to handle sugar in the blood which raises the risk of someone developing type 2 diabetes.
Sleep researchers from Uppsala University in Sweden did a study on 15 people who they tested after a full night’s sleep and after a sleepless night. They took fat and muscle tissue samples and collected blood from the healthy weight participants and found the way their DNA works had changed. The researchers say their findings are important because high levels of body fat increase the risk of the world’s biggest causes of death: cancer, heart disease and stroke.
People’s sensitivity to blood sugar is also dampened when they’re tired, the study found, which suggests those who don’t sleep well are at higher risk of type 2 diabetes. “We saw that the fatty tissue is attempting to increase its capacity to store fat following sleep loss.” said Dr Cedernaes, “And we observed signs of breakdown of skeletal muscle. We also noted changes in levels of proteins involved handling blood glucose. This could help explain why the participants’ glucose sensitivity was impaired following sleep loss.”
Taken together, these observations may provide at least partial insight as to why chronic sleep loss and shift work can increase the risk of adverse weight gain as well as the risk of type 2 diabetes.
24.If you sleep badly or work night shifts, what may not happen to you according to the text
A.You can be fat, weak and more likely to become diabetic.
B.Your body may become less able to handle sugar in the blood.
C.You might develop a habit of eating midnight snacks or being too tired to exercise.
D.Your body is more absorbed in storing fat.
25.Which of the following statements the author may agree with
A.Researchers have never connected losing sleep to weight gain before.
B.The participants’ glucose sensitivity was destroyed following sleep loss.
C.The researchers have fully understood why sleep loss accounts for weight gain.
D.A sleepless night can also have a negative impact on our bodies.
26.What does the underlined word “dampened” in paragraph 4 mean
A.Decreased. B.Transformed.
C.Transmitted. D.Promoted.
27.What does paragraph 3 mainly focus on
A.The importance of the new findings.
B.Why lack of sleep accounts for weight gain.
C.How the research was conducted.
D.High levels of body fat can lead to many diseases.
Basically, without the possibility of failure, there is little possibility of success. Education is in danger of becoming a branch of the entertainment industry. Although education should indeed be entertaining where possible, it cannot always be fun. Often, it needs the "hard yards".
Some educationalists feel that if something causes worry it should be avoided at all costs, I would disagree. Facing up to challenges helps develop children. Avoiding challenges can severely limit their potential. Tougher children are able to try and fail. The less tough may simply fail to try anything new.
I’m not advocating putting children under pressure. The real debate is perhaps what pressures are unavoidable. It's not about "throwing children into the deep end", but rather encouraging them to put their foot in the water and giving them the skills to float.
This latter approach is basically the work I and my team do at the University of Hull. We measure mental toughness and then provide interventions to improve this. These interventions include psychological skills such as goal setting, relaxation and thought control. So, for example, many children will say: "What happens if it goes wrong " We work hard to change this so that the sentence reads: "What happens if it goes right " One word difference, but a world away when thinking about challenges.
We try to help children deal more effectively with life using a three-step approach. Firstly, it is important to set realistic and achievable goals. Then it is a matter of finding out what factors (因素) are helping children to achieve these goals and what factors are working against this. The final step is to discover which of these factors can be controlled, or at least influenced, and what factors the child is in reality stuck with. Redirecting children's energies to movable obstacles (障碍) can produce huge life changes.
However, I think that for most of us we have become stress averse (反对的) and overreact to it. It has always been there, and it has always been the case that some people enjoy it, some need help to deal with it and some people's lives are ruined by it.
Showing our children that stress can be faced with and beaten offers them a way forward. The more a fear is avoided, the bigger it gets.
28.From the passage, we know the writer believes ____________.
A.education needs challenges
B.education should always be fun
C.children should avoid facing challenges
D.the more challenges, the better for the children
29.The writer disagreed with some educationalists because ________________.
A.some children are less tough
B.some pressures are avoidable
C.some challenges do good to children
D.some children are unaware of their potential
30.What do the writer and his team do at the University of Hull
A.Record what the children do in stressful situations.
B.Make the children tougher mentally and physically.
C.Put the children under pressure by giving them challenges.
D.Give the children challenges and suggest suitable approaches.
31.What is the correct attitude towards stress according to the writer
A.We should try our best to avoid stress.
B.We should love stress because stress is unavoidable.
C.We should put ourselves to the test in stressful situations.
D.We should experience stress and learn skills to deal with it.
In 1998, people in Na Doi, a quiet village in northwest Thailand, noticed that their fish catches in the nearby Ngao River were declining. The fish they did manage to net were also getting smaller. Together, Na Doi’s 75 households decided to try a new solution: they would set aside a small stretch of river to be strictly off-limits to fishing.
The rules are usually simple: no fishing of any kind in an agreed-upon area marked by flags or signs. While freshwater reserves won’t solve everything, in places where fish populations are under pressure, they can give species much-needed breathing room to rebuild their numbers, ultimately making them better able to weather other environmental problems.
Na Doi was the second village in the Ngao River valley to adopt this pioneering approach to freshwater fisheries management. Since the late 1990s, at least 50 other villages there have done the same. As a whole, the entirely grassroots-led reserves have been surprisingly successful, according to findings recently published in Nature. Most importantly, the Thailand case provides probably the best real-world proof that fisheries reserves can benefit not just oceans, but freshwater, too
In 2012. Aaron Koning, then a doctoral student at the University of Wisconsin, began investigating the Ngao River valley reserves to see how widespread and successful they truly were. Koning found, not surprisingly, that older and bigger reserves were more successful, because they offered more time and space—including more kinds of habitat—in which to rebuild fish populations and re-establish rare species. But even reserves established in the last couple of years showed clear benefits from being spared intense fishing pressure. “Reserves that were located closer to a village tended to have an advantage,” Koning says, “probably because villagers were better able to enforce the rules.”
By comparing different systems and approaches around the world, Koning and his colleagues hope to identify common factors for success that could be tailored to diverse rivers and lakes.
32.What drove Na Doi to create freshwater reserves
A.The declining of the freshwater.
B.The success of the nearby villages.
C.The increasing fish populations.
D.The worsening of the fishing conditions.
33.What does the success of Thailand freshwater reserves suggest
A.Fisheries reserves are helpful in freshwater.
B.Thailand is a pioneer in fisheries management.
C.The Thailand approach has been applied worldwide.
D.Many fish species need to rebuild their numbers,
34.Aaron Koning found reserves that________ were more successful.
A.had better rules B.were bigger and older
C.had more fish populations D.were created more recently
35.What can be a suitable title for the text
A.Grassroots-led Reserves Inspire the Worlds
B.Fisheries Reserves Benefit Thailand Rivers
C.Investigate the Ngao River Valley Reserves
D.Na Doi Is Leading Thailand to a Better Future
“Don’t judge a book by its cover”, the popular saying goes. “All that glitters is not gold” is another.
____36____is a third. What do they have in common?They remind us that something’s appearance should not be the most important thing when determining its value. The message is that we should value ourselves for who we are—accept our shortcomings and stop judging ourselves against our imperfections.
But it’s easier said than done. Many people still feel insecure about themselves and their appearance because it may not measure up to the standard of perfection. ___37___
Learn to accept praise. ___38___ Don’t push it away or play it down. And praise others too. If you think someone looks nice,or someone has a good idea,tell them. It can lift them up.
____39____We’re surrounded by these perfect images of what it is to be beautiful. That comparing only creates,a standard we think we need to pursue and leads to feelings of disappointment if we aren't up to the standard.
Appreciate your body for what it can do—walking, yoga, playing sport or otherwise. You can be an incredible human regardless of your shape or size. Attend the gym and realize how strong and capable your body is, even though it may be fat.
Finally, the only person who can truly affect your body positivity is you. Becoming comfortable with yourself is unlikely to be accomplished overnight, but don't give up. Remember that everyone is insecure sometimes. ___40___Love what you look like.
A.“Birds of a feather flock together.”
B.“Fine feathers do not make fine birds”
C.When someone says something nice, embrace it
D.So there are some ways to help you to be more popular
E.Be certain about who you are and what you want as a person.
F.Don’t compare your body to others', particularly celebrities.
G.So what can a person do to improve their own body positivity
It was a hot and wet day when Motalib and I arrived in Dhaka, India. The streets were ____41____, filled with scooter-taxis, crowded buses and people.
Motalib’s ____42____ was attracted to the street children dressed in rags. A skinny boy about five years old was carrying a baby and begging for money. Seventeen years ago, Motalib himself had been a street ____43____. As his memories came back to him clearly, Motalib ____44____ away from me but I could see that he had tears in his eyes. I met Motalib four years ago. He was a cheerful, warm and generous person. ____45____ he loved his Dutch parents who adopted (收养) him when he was six, he wanted to know if his birth parents were still ____46____. Motalib had left his birth parents without a word as he wanted to ____47____ his life as a street beggar.
When Mr Ali, a man from an orphanage, came up to Motalib while he was begging for money on the streets, Motalib ____48____ that he was an orphan (孤儿) and went with Mr Ali. As an orphan, Motalib would have a good chance to be adopted by a rich Western family and ____49____ a Dutch couple adopted him. ____50____, Motalib never stopped thinking about his birth parents.
Motalib could only ____51____ his mother’s name, Rockea. As a result, we met many ‘Rockea’ who announced to have lost their son. Finding Motalib’s family was becoming an ____52____ task.
On our last day, a young man ____53____ our hotel room door and introduced himself ____54____ Ladar, Motalib’s younger brother. Ladar bore a striking likeness to Motalib. Ladar then told a story about Rockea to us. When Motalib heard the story, he ____55____ Ladar tearfully. I knew that our search was finally over.
41.A.dark B.busy C.quiet D.silent
42.A.heart B.face C.attention D.thought
43.A.beggar B.thief C.newsboy D.artist
44.A.put B.broke C.drove D.turned
45.A.When B.If C.Although D.Since
46.A.alive B.anxious C.upset D.confused
47.A.make B.consider C.admit D.escape
48.A.suggested B.lied C.expected D.agreed
49.A.gradually B.finally C.possibly D.obviously
50.A.Therefore B.Besides C.Afterwards D.However
51.A.remember B.recognize C.organise D.register
52.A.important B.impossible C.easy D.ordinary
53.A.took on B.turn on C.hold on D.knocked on
54.A.as B.for C.to D.with
55.A.impressed B.recommended C.hugged D.Thanked
People say that the real culture of Beijing exists ___56___ the culture of hutong and siheyuan. The hutongs ____57___ (locate) in Beijing are formed by lanes of siheyuan, which is a type of residence in ___58____ houses are purposely built to form squares or rectangles.
In the mid 20th century, several hutongs in Beijing were torn down to pave the way for the ____59_ (develop) of the city. However, since then, thanks to efforts designed to safeguard this __60___ (significance) aspect of the Chinese architectural culture, many hutongs ___61___ (preserve).
Because of the interlacement (交织) of the lanes, every house is connected to the other, making ___62_ easy for local people to keep in touch with their neighbors. ___63___, once one enters any of them, one can feel the deep and warm relationships among people, which is rarely found in this modern world.
Gossiping in these lanes ___64___ (be) a common scene as it is the main way for people ____65_____ (strong) their relationship. Where there is such a lane, there is a story.
参考词汇:净化purify;缺水water shortage;污染pollute/pollution;采取措施take measures;工业industry
Cory had a quarrel with his mother for his study and left home in the morning. He had been wandering on the streets for almost a whole day, feeling so depressed and hopeless.
It was freezing cold at dusk on such a winter day. And the sky was dark. He was walking down an empty street where there were no passers-by, because people must have been at home for warmth. Cory was walking to a crossroad when suddenly he came across a little boy stuck in the middle of the road alone like him.
Cory had meant to turn a blind eye to him at first. But the boy’s situation worried him. He approached the boy, asking, “Hey! Why are you alone here Where is your mother ” “I want to find my mama and papa. Please take me home,” the boy replied, bursting into tears. Cory led him away from the crossroad. Then, he asked worriedly, “How did you come here What’s your name ”
“I’m Simon. I was playing with my dog. The dog ran away, and I ran after him for a long distance. But when I wanted to go back home, I lost my way,” cried the boy. Feeling pity for the boy, Cory made up his mind to help the boy. He couldn’t have the little boy staying here alone.
Attempting to look for his home, Cory took the little boy to different neighborhoods. But things didn’t go that smoothly as he had expected. It was getting darker and darker, and Cory thought he had to help Simon find his home. He knocked on every door, but without luck. Worn out and starving, he realized Simon must be very hungry. He offered him the chocolate he had bought with his rest money. It began to snow and he removed his coat and put it around Simon. Luckily, there was still a bakery store with the door open. He borrowed a phone to call the police station.
After a while, a police car pulled up and Cory waved to it with excitement.
Seeing the reunion of Simon and his parents, Cory was deeply touched.