2017-2018学年广东省普宁市华美实验学校高二6月月考英语试题 Word版

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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, 满分30分)

阅读下列短文, 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

Rocky Mountain Summer Adventure Camps Bring Learning to Life!

The Museum of Idaho Rocky Mountain Adventure Camps are available for students aged 6-14. Participants will have amazing outdoor experiences combined with adventure and fun. Space is limited to 20 participants each session and registration is not complete until payment has been received by the Museum of Idaho. Registration fee is non-returnable.

Junior Adventure Camp

Children aged 6-9 (must have completed first grade).

We’ll conduct experiments, go on field trips, and discover the fun and excitement of science! This year, we will learn about colonial(殖民主义的)science to go along with our exhibit, America’s Revolution!

uctor: Chloe Doucette Dates: June 27- June 30 Time: 9:00 a.m. –noon

Cost: $75 per child, $60 per child for MOI members, $50 each additional brother or sister

Original Camp

Children aged 9-12 (must have completed third grade)

nal Camp is for children who are ready for an exciting full-day outdoor camp. Participants visit various habitats and ecosystems as we explore eastern Idaho. We’ll go bird watching, hiking in the mountains, and lots more!

Instructors: Alana Jensen, Jerry Petty Dates: July 18- July 21

Time: 9:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m. (9:00-6:00 on the last day)

Cost: $150 per child, $125 per child for MOI members, $100 each additional brother or sister

High Adventure Camp

Youth aged 11-14 (must have completed fifth grade)

High Adventure Camp is for youth who are looking for an amazing summer adventure! This outdoor camp is full of exciting physical challenges and involves participants in even more in-depth activities than the Original Camp. This year, students will study how rattlesnakes experience the outdoors!

Instructors: Chloe Doucette, Mike Winston, Jerry Petty Dates: August 8- August 11

Time: 9:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m. (9:00 – 6:00 on the last day)

Cost: $150 per child, $125 per child for MOI members, $100 each additional brother or sister

cipate in both Original AND High Adventure for only $200! Call 522-1400 ext. 3002 to take advantage of this great offer. If you have any questions about the Museum of Idaho’s education programs, contact Chloe Doucette, Education Director at (208) 522-1400 ext. 3002.

1. If participants want to register successfully, they need to _________.

A. choose their favorite instructors

B. make up a team of 20 participants

C. be accompanied by family

D. pay for the fee ahead of time

2. To make experiments, what will a 9-year-old boy choose?

A. Original Camp.

B. Junior Adventure Camp.

C. High Adventure Camp.

D. Three of them.

3. How much will a child and his brother spend at least if they sign up for both Original and High Adventure Camp?

A. $400.

B. $450.

C. $500.

D. $550.

B

The morning had been a disaster. My tooth was aching. And I’d been in an argument with a friend. Her words still hurt: “The trouble with you is that you won’t put yourself in my place. Can’t you see things from my point of view?” I shook my

head stubbornly—and felt the a che in my tooth. I’d thought I could hold out till my dentist came back from holiday, but the pain was really unbearable. I started calling the dentists in the phone book, but no one could see me immediately. Finally, at about lunchtime, I got lucky.

“If you come by right now,” the receptionist said, “the dentist will fit you in.”

I took my puree and keys and rushed to my car. But suddenly I began to doubt about the dentist. What kind of dentist would be so eager to treat someone at such short notice? Why wasn't he as busy as the others?

In the dentist's office, I sat down and looked around. I saw nothing but the bare walls and I became even more worried. The assistant noticed my nervousness and placed her warm hand over my ice-cold one.

When I told her my fears, she laughed and said, \

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The chair went back. Suddenly I smiled. There was a beautiful picture, right where I could enjoy it: on the ceiling. How considerate the dentist was! At that moment, I began to understand what my friend meant by her words.

What a relief!

4. Which of the follo wing best describes the author’s feeling that morning?

A. Cheerful.

B. Nervous.

C. Satisfied.

D. Upset.

5. What made the author begin to doubt about the dentist?

A. The dentist's agreeing to treat her at very short notice.

B. The dentist's being as busy as the other dentists.

C. The surroundings of the dentist's office.

D. The laughing assistant of the dentist.

6. Why did the author suddenly smile?

A. Because the dentist came at last.

B. Because she saw a picture on the ceiling.

C. Because she could relax in the chair.

D. Because the assistant kept comforting her.

7. What did the author learn from her experience most probably?

A. Strike while the iron is hot.

B. Have a good word for one's friend.

C. Put oneself in other's shoes.

D. A friend in need is a friend indeed.

C

You might think that “global warming” means nothing more than a rise in the world’s temperature. But rising sea levels caused by it have resulted in the first evacuation(撤离)of an island nation—the citizens of Tuvalu will have to leave their homeland.

During the 20th century, sea level rose 8—12 inches. As a result. Tuvalu has experienced lowland flooding of salt water which has pol luted the country’s drinking water.

Paani Laupepa, a Tuvaluan government official , reported to the Earth Policy Institute that the nation suffered an unusaually high number of fierce storms in the past ten years .Many scientists connect higher surface water temperatures resulting from global warming to greater and more damaging storms.

Laupepa expressed dissatisfaction with the United States for refusing to sign the Kyoto Protocol, an international agreement calling for industrialized nations to reduce their greenhouse gas emissions(导致温室效应的气体排放),which are a main cause of global warming . “By refusing to sign the agreement, the US has effectively taken away the freedom of future generations of Tuvaluans to live where their forefathers have lived for thousan ds of years,” Laupepa told the BBC.

Tuvalu has asked Australia and New Zealand to allow the gradual move of its people to both countries .

Tuvalu is not the only country that is vulnerable (易受影响的)to rising sea levels. Maumoon Gayoon, president of the Maldives, told the United Nations that global warming has made his country of 311,000 an “endangered nation”.

8.The text is mainly about .

A.rapid changes in the earth’s temperature

B.bad effects of global warming

C.moving of a country to a new place

D.reasons for lowland flooding

9.According to scientists ,the DIRECT cause of more and fiercer storms is .

A.greenhouse gas emissions in industrialized nations

B.higher surface water temperatures of the sea

C.continuous global warming

D.rising sea levels

10.Laupepa was not satisfied with the United States because it did not .

A.agree to reduce its greenhouse gas emissions

B.sign an agreement with Tuvalu

C.allow Tuvaluans to move to the US

D.believe the problems facing Tuvalu were real

11.The country whose situation is similar to that of Tuvalu is .

A.Australia

B.New Zealand

C.the Maldives

D.the United States

D

Many Americans think of driverless cars as a futuristic technology that will revolutionize travel in cities and along state highways. But recent experiments are proving that autonomous vehicles also have the potential to improve the quality of life for millions of Americans underserved by traditional modes of transportation, such as the elderly and disabled, so long as lawmakers make smart policies that pave the way for innovation.

irement community in San Jose, Calif. , which has been transformed by a small fleet of driverless taxis, shows the potential of self-driving cars to transform people’s lives. Built by a tech start-up called Voyage, the modified Ford Fusions are currently limited to a two-mile road, but residents are already having the benefits of these autonomous vehicles, which allow them to participate in social activities they would otherwise be unable to enjoy simply because they could not get to them.

When the trial run finally expands to 15 miles of road, these residents—whose average age is 76—will also have a convenient and reliable new way to appointments. As these cars continue to serve residents there, it is easy to understand why California is moving to simplify regulations for the industry.


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