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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
Job Duty
To keep pace with the rapid increasing of company business and expansion steps, our Wuxi team is now recruiting(招聘)full-time GM Assistant to support on all aspects of firm’s operation. It will be an attractive opportunity for fresh graduates who desire to explore themselves in administration within a fast-growing team.
Responsibilities
1. Assist senior management and team colleagues in arranging meetings and pipelining schedules etc.
2. Assist in translation of related documents, correspondence and other files(English or Chinese).
3. Keep in touch with both internal and external parties(partners, clients, service providers)and maintain public relationship.
4. Conduct administrative work as assigned by supervisor and senior management.
Requirements
1. Fresh graduates from top universities majoring in linguistics or administration relate disciplines.
2. Professional level fluency in English and Chinese is a must.
3. Excellent command of Microsoft Office Word, Excel, PowerPoint and Out look.
4. Details-oriented, team-player and keen on administration work with strong time management and communication skills.
Working locations: Wuxi
Interested candidates, please submit your updated resume, available date, expected salary. Those candidates who reach the requirements will be contacted for further interview within one or two weeks’ time. Candidates are advised to submit their applications as soon as they can because of the short timeline of our recruiting process.
21. Why does the company need a GM assistant?
A. To keep pace with the rapid development of society.
B. To meet the need of enlarging the business.
C. To give fresh graduates an opportunity to be a GM assistant.
D. To explore itself in administration.
22. What requirement should a candidate have?
A. Being excellent in English and Chinese.   B. Having good communication skills.
C. Graduating from top universities recently.   D. Being excellent in all Microsoft Office software.
23. How soon will the candidates be interviewed?
A. They will have an interview as soon as they submit their applications.
B. They will have an interview on or two weeks after they submit their applications.
C. They will have an interview as soon as they are selected from all the candidates.
D. They will have an interview one or two weeks after they are selected from all the candidates.
B
The Alice Ferguson Foundation is a non-profit group that works to improve the environment by building relationships between people and nature. It teaches people ways to protect the environment. At the end of the year, it designs events to help children celebrate Christmas without increasing the amount of waste they create.
Hanna Seligmann works for the foundation. VOA joined Seligmann recently during one of her talks. “So let’s figure out what is in our bag of trash. ”She shows adults and children how to reduce waste during the holiday gift-giving season. ”You can sort it as a cardboard item or you can sort it as a plastic item. ”Seligmann works with volunteers. “We encourage using things that are already in your house like newspaper, old magazines, using a gift within a gift. You can wrap something in a reusable napkin, wrap something in a scarf, or a shawl(围巾)or even a reusable tote bag(大手提袋). ”
Lori Arguelles is the executive director for environmental education at the Alice Ferguson Foundation. ”Over time we realized that really just doing trash cleanups was the symptom of the problem, not getting to the root cause. And so it was just a little over a decade ago that we started the initiative(项目)itself. ”
One activity is called the Trash Timeline Game. It teaches children that the things they throw away do not decompose at the same rate. For example, paper dissolves in about four weeks. An apple core takes two months. A metal can takes up to 100 years. A plastic bag will not decompose for 450 years. Glass takes 1, 000 years. And, they say, styrofoam(泡沫聚苯乙烯)never dissolves.
Young people taking part in the program learn that reducing waste is important not just during the holidays, but every day of the year.
24. Why is the Alice Ferguson Foundation created?
A. To help children celebrate Christmas.   B. To reduce the amount of waste.
C. To make the environment better.    D. To build relationships between people and nature.
25. What suggestion does Seligmann give on wrapping gifts?
A. It is better to use cardboard give on wrapping gifts?
B. It is better to wrap gifts in some things capable of being used again.
C. It is better not to wrap gifts in plastic items.
D. It is better not to wrap gifts at all.
26. What can we infer from Lori Arguelles’s words?
A. Doing trash cleanups means a lot to protecting the environment.
B. We still need to make great efforts on the way to protecting the environment.
C. Over a decade our efforts to protect the environment proved fruitless.
D. Over time we found the root cause of protecting the environment.
27. What’s the meaning of “decompose”?
A. break down  B. break out  C. store up  D. store away
C
A single blood test that can reveal a person’s susceptibility(敏感性)to cancer and identify any potentially cancer-causing genes--that is the futuristic promise made by genetic testing. It is the reason why a female executive from Wuhan, surnamed Chen, recently spent$5. 925(40, 000yuan)on a genetic test report. She was drawn by advertisements that claimed the rest could help prevent potential cancers in advance”. But without the guidance of a qualified genetic counselor, such book-length reports are almost not understood.
Li Zongzhe, 30, a cardiovascular(心脏血管的)doctor at Tongji Hospital in Wuhan, is about to become Hubei Province’s first intermediate-level genetic counselor. The hospital currently has only two elementary-level counselors and none at an advanced-lever.
In 2004, Li attended Huazhong University of Science and Technology’s Tongji Medical College and studied under Professor Wang Daowen, director of the hospital’s genetics clinic.
Now, after a day’s work, Li goes to his office on the hospital’s 24th floor to continue his research into genetic testing. He sleeps in his office, only going home twice a week to change his clothes.
“I am entirely interest-driven, otherwise I wouldn’t have lasted this long, ”Li said. ”The more research I do, the more I realize that all diseases, apart from external wounds, are related to genetics to some extent. ”
“Our job is to help clients understand their own genetic makeup so that we can evaluate the risks, understand the root causes, and offer the best possible treatments. ”
Recently Li worked with a couple whose first child had brittle(易碎的)bone disease, and ruled out a random change as the cause of the genetic disorder. He there fore advised the family, who wanted a second, healthy child, to have a genetic test carried out on the fetus(胎儿)8 to 16 weeks after pregnancy to assess its probability of inheriting the disease.
28. Why did Chen spend so much on a genetic test?
A. Because she suffered from cancer and needed to do a test.
B. Because she wanted to prevent her potential of suffering from cancer.
C. Because she wanted to reveal a person’s susceptibility to cancer.
D. Because she was attracted by a local advertisement.
29. What can we learn from the passage?
A. Li learned genetics from Professor Wang Daowen.
B. Li is the best genetic counselor in China.
C. Li’ home is on the hospital’s 24th floor.
D. Li finds from his research that all diseases are related to genetics.
30. What did Li suggest the family do in the last paragraph?
A. He suggested they should have a second healthy child to have a genetic test.
B. He suggested the mother should have a genetic test when she wanted to have a second pregnancy.
C. He suggested they should make a genetic test on their second child immediately the mother had pregnancy.
D. He suggested they should make a genetic test on their second child 2-4 months after pregnancy.
31. What is the best title of the passage?
A. An interest-driven doctor    B. A genetic counselor
C. A genetic test      D. A medical guidance
D
If you suddenly found out you only had 6 months to live, would the things in front of you matter to you?Would the emails waiting for a response matter?Would the work you’re doing matter?Would a big car and nice house and high-paying job and cool computer and mobile device and nice shoes and clothes matter?I’m not saying they wouldn’t matter…but it’s important to ask yourself whether they would.
For many of us, it’s the loved ones in our lives. If we don’t have loved ones, maybe it’s time we started figuring out why. Maybe we haven’t made time for others, for getting out and meeting others and helping others. Maybe we have shut ourselves in somehow. Or maybe we do have love ones, but we don’t seem to have the time we want to spend with them.
For many of us, doing work that matters would matter. That might mean helping others, or making a vital contribution to society, or creating something brilliant and inspiring, or expressing ourselves somehow.
For many of us, experiencing life would matter—really being in the moment, finding passion in our lives, seeing the world and traveling, or just seeing the world that’s around us right now.
I highly recommend that you spend at least a little time now, and regularly, figuring out what really matters.
Make the time for what does matter today. Put it on your schedule, and don’t miss that appointment. Make those tough decisions—because choosing to live a life that is filled with the important stuff means making choices, and they’re not always easy choices. But it matters.
Spend time with your significant others;show them how important they are. Take the time to stay with your child, to read with her, to play with her, to have good conversations with her, to take walks with her. Take time to be in nature, to appreciate the beauty of the world around us.
The life you have left is a gift. Cherish it. Enjoy it now, to the fullest. Do what matters, mow.
32. Why does the author ask so many questions in Paragraph 1?
A. To expect readers to solve them.
B. To make readers focus on the problems.
C. To share his puzzles with readers.
D. To arouse readers’ interest in his topic.
33. For many of us, the following things matter EXCEPT         .
A. enjoying life      B. having a big car
C. creating some great things    D. being with our loved ones
34. What does the author suggest?
A. We should often reflect on what is important in our life.
B. We should spend a little time living a life.
C. We should choose to live an important life.
D. We should spend all our time with our significant ones.
35. From the writing style of this passage, we can see that it is         .
A. a novel    B. a report    C. a speech   D. a poem
第二节(共5小题;每小题2分,满分10分)
根据短文内容,从短文后的选项中选出能填入空白处的最佳选项。选项中有两项为多余选项。
Mistakes are not only a part of life but also necessary for a successful life. But without making use of our mistakes, we would neither go on to master any skill nor realize our goal. George Bernard Shaw said, ”A man learns to skate by staggering(摇晃)about, making a fool of himself.  36  ”
But some of us, terrified by possibility of failure, lose pleasure of adventures by being too concerned with what people will think.  37  Sometimes some parents set impossible high standard to encourage top performance. They tell children so often that it will be a great disappointment if they do not reach the goal.  38  As a result it goes against their wish.
One of the first things to realize is that success follows a natural course of trail and error. Impossible standards of perfection make us lose our peace of mid. The sooner one accepts that he is less than perfect, the sooner he can achieve his goal.  39 
We often tell our children how great those inventors are, for they invent the products of man’s achievements. But what we forget to emphasize is the painful process by which these miracles came into being. We should stress that nothing comes out right the first time. The great successes in life are those few who accept responsibility for their mistakes.  40  Many major achievements have resulted from adventurous mistakes, which become stepping-stones of success. They gather their strength to realize their goal, never giving up.
Accept mistakes, take a sense of homour, work hard and there is no doubt your success will come in end.
A. They can go on with great adventure.
B. In fact, no perfect things exist in the world.
C. He is taking great pain that can’t be imagined.
D. These parents in fact force their children into fear of failure.
E. They never waste emotion on regrets when they make a mistake.
F. The fact is that most people never observe us so closely as we believe.
G. Indeed, he progresses in all things by not minding making a fool of himself.
第三部分:英语知识运用(共两节,满分45分)
第一节  完形填空(共20小题;每小题1. 5分,满分30分)
阅读下面短文,从短文后各题所给的四个选项(A、B、C和D)中,选出可以填入空白处的最佳选项,并在答题卡上将该项涂黑。
Have you ever been tempted to cut a corner or to take the easiest route, though you know it may not necessarily be the best one?Or have you ever made a  41  because it was quick and simple, knowing that it might come back to bite you later?
I appreciate a parable(寓言)Danish philosopher Soren Kierkegaard told about the  42  of taking the easy route. It is story about a  43  duck. Though life was difficult  44  , the beautiful creature  45  the boundless heavens and the endless stretches of wilderness. Soaring about treetops and towns, the duck was a symbol of freedom to its tame counterparts(相对物),who could not  46  .
One evening during fall migration, he  47  to enter a barnyard where a farmer was feeding his ducks. The beautiful creature ate the  48  the farmer sprinkled(撒)about and liked it so much that he stayed the night in a bed of  49  straw. He ate the duck’s corn again the next day. And the next. And the next…
When  50  came, he heard his old companions flying overhead and an almost forgotten longing deep  51  him awoke. The duck had reduced his instinct for freedom over the  52  winter. Now he longed to  53  his comrades in the sky, but he had grown fat and unable to fly. The wild duck had become a tame duck. The easy way through our problems, though  54  , may not be the best way. Always remember. The only place you will find success before  55  is in the dictionary!It’s a always easier to borrow than to  56  ;easier to jump in now than to do the hard work of planning;easier to  57  than to do it right;easier to  58  the same than to make changes.
  59  you want to fly, you may have to pay a price. But  60  is worth it-at any cost!Are you ready to soar?
41. A. bet    B. difference   C. decision   D. suggestion
42. A. results   B. conditions   C. benefits   D. dangers
43. A. fat    B. wild    C. clever    D. brave
44. A. at one time  B. at times   C. at once    D. at night
45. A. ignored   B. admired   C. hated    D. disliked
46. A. think   B. dream    C. fly    D. run
47. A. attempted  B. intended   C. happened   D. decided
48. A. bread   B. wheat    C. grain    D. corn
49. A. warm   B. thin    C. hard    D. damp
50. A. winter   B. fall    C. spring    D. summer
51. A. within   B. beyond    C. to     D. for
52. A. bitter   B. cold    C. comfortable   D. tough
53. A. join    B. visit    C. welcome   D. greet
54. A. interesting  B. surprising   C. instructive   D. attractive
55. A. pay    B. effort    C. reward    D. prize
56. A. save    B. lend    C. waste    D. spend
57. A. tell lies   B. take risks   C. make mistakes  D. cut corners
58. A. go    B. remain    C. get    D. become
59. A. Before   B. If     C. Although   D. Since
60. A. adventure  B. experience   C. justice    D. freedom
第二节(共10小题;每小题1. 5分,满分15分)
阅读下面材料,在空白处填入适当的内容(1个单词)或括号内单词的正确形式。
Years ago, I celebrated my 40th with a large group of friends at a restaurant. As I stood on the sidewalk with my friends, a homeless man approached me and asked for money. I told him that I didn’t have any cash. He quietly smiled at me, and moved 61.        .
While 62.        homeless man was still in earshot range, a friend who was just arriving called out, ”Happy Birthday, Marc!”Upon hearing this, the man turned and asked, ”Hey man, is it your Birthday?””Yes, it is, ”I said. He walked back to me, with a huge smile on his face, and said, ”Happy Birthday, man!”I was completely unprepared for what happened next:the man reached into his pocket, pulled out a dollar bill, and gave it to me, 63.        (say), ”Here man!Take this, Happy Birthday!”
Although I was deeply moved by this act of generosity, 64.        (accept)money from a homeless man was not within my comfort zone, so my 65.        (respond)was, ”Thanks!That’s very nice of you, but that’s OK. ”The man looked 66.        (direct)into my eyes and said, ”Please brother, please take this. I feel so good, 67.        I always have a place to sleep and enough food to eat. ”Finally, I reached out. He gave me the dollar, then held on for a moment and said, ”Thank you, brother!”
Needless to say, that experience 68.        (leave)me feeling like I had gained far more than $1!This was one of my 69.        (great)life lessons showing that the essence(本质)of who we are is never defined by our human circumstances, and no matter how bad we may feel, we always have something of value 70.        (share)with others.
第四部分:写作(共两节,满分35分)
第一节  短文改错(共10小题;每小题1分,满分10分)
假定英语课上英语老师要求同桌之间交换修改作文,请你修改你同桌写的以下作文。文中共有10处语言错误,每句中最多有两处;错误涉及一个单词的增加,删除或修改。
增加:在缺词处加一个漏字符号(∧),并在其下面写出该加的词。
删除:把多余的词用斜线(\)划掉。
修改:在错的词下划一横线,并在该词下面写出修改的词。
注意:1. 每处错误及其修改均仅限一词;2. 只允许修改10处,多者(从第11处起)不计分。
Nowadays, with a development of society and technology, there are more various ways of entertainment, and people spend less and less time read. However, as far as I’m concerned, reading is less important than we think.
First, reading can broaden our horizons. By reading different kinds of books, we can have different experiences which also enrich our life great.
Second, reading is a good way to relax ourselves. When we concentrate on books that we are really interested, we will forget the troubles that we meet in the real world.
Last but not least, we can get mental encouragement from reading as well as. There are many books about great men who always try their best to achieve their aims even if we are face with many difficulties. That they have done will encourage us to insist on things we are doing.
All in all, reading can benefit us a lot. Just as the saying goes, ”Good books are best friend who never turn their back upon us. ”Let’s do some reading from now on if you hadn’t begun.
第二节  书面表达(满分25分)
假如你是李华,最近在学习美国风俗,但国内有关这方面的地道书籍较少。你想麻烦你的美国笔友Mike帮你买一些这方面的书。现在请根据以下信息给Mike写一封信。
1. 说明买书的理由;
2. 对书的要求(如数量、寄送时间等);
3. 会转账给他。
注意:1. 词数100左右;2. 可以适当增加细节,以使行文连贯;
生词:转账 transfer money
                                                                                                  
                                                                                                     
广东省汕头市2017届普通ope体育平台下载第一次模拟考试
英语试题答案
阅读 21—35 BAD CBBA BADB DBAC   36—40 GFDBE
完型 41—45 CDBBB  46—50:CCDAC   51—55 ACADB  56—60 ADBBD
语法填空:
61. on     62. the     63. saying    64. accepting    65. response
66. directly   67. because   68. left     69. greatest    70. to share
短文改错:
1. a-the    2. read-reading   3. less-more
4. great-greatly  5. interested后加in  6. we-they
7. That-What   8. friend-friends  9. hadn’t-haven’t

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