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  • 小小文档网 > 优秀作文 > 写事 > 黑龙江省哈尔滨市道外区2019-2021年三年中考一模英语试卷分类汇编:阅读选择

    黑龙江省哈尔滨市道外区2019-2021年三年中考一模英语试卷分类汇编:阅读选择

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    黑龙江省哈尔滨市道外区 2019-2021年三年中考一模英语试卷分类汇编 阅读选择 黑龙江省哈尔滨市道外区2021年初中升学调研测试(一)英语试卷 (C) Boys need friends just as all adults do. They feel worried and sad when they don't have any. Many adults believe that boys need friends less than girls do. In fact, boys consider their friends important from childhood to adolescence(青春期). Boys are happier and healthier when they have good relationship with friends. Although people usually think girls arc better at dealing with relationships, most boys consider their friends an important pan of their lives. Boys may be better at keeping friendship than girls arc. A recent study of boys and girls aged 10-15 found that in fact girls' friendships are weaker. Girls say and do hurtful(伤人的)things to each other more than boys. Boys’ friendships are usually built through active play. Boys love playing games with rules, competitions, and doing things together. Boys' play usually includes a great number of making-fun games, few of which arc unfriendly, especially when they consider that another boy is weak. Boys seem to enjoy, even need the chance to show that they are better than others, and many long・lasting(持久的)friendship begin in the playground. As boys grow up. friendship becomes even more important during their adolescence, friends can become the most important part of a boy's life, and he may exclude his father or mother. And many parents discover that their boy who used to welcome them into his life with open arms would like to be alone. A boy will always need connection(联系). However, now, besides connection with parents, he needs connection with a group of friends who understand him, accept him, and share his ideas about the world. 根据短文内容, 选择最佳答案。

    41. The underlined word “exclude “ in the passage means _______________in Chinese. A. 排斥 B.接纳 C.包容 42. Many adults believe that boys _______________. A. don't care about others as much as girls B. don't value friendship as much as girls C. have healthier friendship than girls 43._____________ makes it easier for girls to lose their friends than boys. A. Playing games B. Doing things together C. Hurting each other 44. Which of the following is NOT TRUE according to the passage? A. Boys don’t think friends arc important when they arc little kids. B. As a boy gets olden he communicates with his parents less than they used to. C. Boys want to make friends with those who have something in common with him. 45. What's the best title for this passage? A. Childhood and Adolescent Friendship B. Boys and Their Friendship C. Advice on Making Friends with Boys 答案:
    41-45 ABCAB 黑龙江省哈尔滨市道外区2020年初三初中升学调研测试(一模)英语试题 (C) Have you ever had dreams about building a robot? Or putting together a vehicle(车辆) that travels in space? Or even seeing your face carved(雕刻)out of chocolate? Done. All you need is a 3-D printer. All the user has to do is to draw plans of an object on the computer and choose a material to print out. The printers print in hundreds of different materials including glass, sugar and even skin! When the user presses “print”, the 3-D printer spreads the material layer(层) by layer and like magic, the object is formed. The first 3-D printer was invented in 1986 by an American, Charles Hull. But the 3-D printing only wasn’t cheap enough for most people to use till recently. Persons who draw plans now use 3-D printing to create unusual things. The Dutch( 荷 兰 ) artist Dirk Vander Kooj prints furniture made from recycled fridge. And doctors have used 3-D printing to print human body parts! Scientists from Cornell Medical College printed an artificial ear. They covered the ear with small part from a cow’s ear and found that it grew to look exactly like a normal ear. But like a lot of new technologies, if 3-D printing gets into the wrong hands, it can be dangerous. In 2011 a group of four men in the United States used 3-D printing to produce ATM skimmers(提款机盗刷器). They stole over 2.5 million yuan. It is a little scary to think that a criminal might one day use a 3-D printer to print a gun. But for better or for worse, 3-D printing has come true. In a few years’ time, you’ll probably be wondering how you ever lived without your 3-D printer. 根据短文内容, 选择最佳答案。

    41.___________invented 3-D printer in the twentieth century. A. Charles Hull from America B.A Dutch artist, Dirk Vander Kooj C. Scientists from Cornell Medical College 42. The correct order for people to use a 3-D printer is ____________. ① the object is formed like magic ② use a computer to draw plans of an object ③ the 3-D printer spreads the material ④ press the “print” button ⑤ choose a proper material A. ②⑤④①③ B. ⑤③②④① C. ②⑤④③① 43. The underlined word “artificial” in the passage means ____________in Chinese. A.艺术的 B. 人工的 C. 美术的 44. Which of the following is TRUE according to the passage? A. The 3-D printing was expensive for all the people in the past. B. Human body parts can be printed using 3-D printers by doctors. C.3-D printing can be safe even if it is used by bad persons. 45. What does the writer think of the 3-D printer? A. If a 3-D printer is used by a criminal to print a gun, it won’t be scary. B. We can’t live without it in the modern world nowadays. C. It’s helpful but a little dangerous. (D) Have you had a headache during a test? Have you ever been so worried about something that you have a headache or even can’t sleep at night? If so, then you know what stress is. 46________ This worry in your mind can make your body feel bad. You may feel angry, sad, scared, or afraid…all of these feelings can give you a stomachache or a headache. However there are different kinds of stress. 47____________ Good stress might happen when you are called to answer questions in class or when you have to give a speech. 48________ For example, you may do a better job on your test if the stress pushes you to prepare better before the test. On the other hand, bad stress can happen if the stress lasts too long. You may not feel well if your parents are fighting, if a family member is sick, if you are having problems at school, or if anything else makes you unhappy every day. That kind of stress isn’t going to help you. 49 _______________ The best way to fight the stress is to have a balanced(平衡) life. 50__________ If you get enough sleep and eat properly, and if you exercise and leave time for fun, you’ll probably feel less stressed. 根据短文内容, 将下列方框内的句子还原到原文空白处, 使短文内容完整、通顺(每个选项只能 用一次)。

    A. And it can actually make you sick. B. Make sure you keep yourself in mind: sleep, exercise and food. C. This kind of stress can help you to get things better done. D. Stress is what you feel when you are worried about something. E. Some kinds of stress are good and others are bad. 答案:
    (C) 41-45 ACBBC (D) 46-50 DECAB 黑龙江省哈尔滨市道外区2019届九年级升学调研测试(一模)英语试题 (A) Three travelers, Allan, Carl and Paul were sitting on the chairs in a train station. They were waiting for a train that was very late. To kill time, they began talking to each other. At first, they talked about the weather and their work. Then Paul said, “Tell me-what would you most like to do if your doctor tells you that you have only three months to live?” The other two men thought about this for a while, then Carl spoke. “Well,” he said, “if I have only three months to live, I’ll take all my money out of the bank and go to foreign countries for holidays with my best friend, Erik. I’d like to travel to the places in the world as many as possible. And I’ll stay at the best hotels and then eat the best food. I think I’ll have a wonderful time.” “That’s very interesting.” Paul said. With these words, he turned to the other man, saying, “And what about you?” “I’ll tell you a secret,” Allan said. “I always want to be a racing driver. So if I have only three months to live, the first thing I’d like to do is to sell my house. With the money I’ll buy the fastest car in the world. Perhaps I can enter all the big motor races.” Then he laughed, “I might even end up world champion (冠军).” “Now it’s your turn,” Allan went on, “If your doctor tell you the bad news, what would you most like to do?” “Oh,” said Paul with a smile. “_____________________________” “Haha! Why didn’t we think of that?” The three of them laughed together. 根据短文内容选择最佳答案。

    31. The underlined words “kill time” in the passage most probably mean _______. A. pass the time B. save time C. run out of time 32. The three men were talking ______. A. in the police station B. in the waiting room C. on the train 33. Allan and Carl thought about ________ for a while. A. what the doctor said to them B. why the train didn’t arrive on time C. the question Paul asked 34. Which of the following is NOT TRUE according to the story? A. Allan wanted to buy a racing car very much. B. Carl’s dream was to travel around his country with his best friend. C. Paul was the last to give his opinion. 35. “_________” can be the missing sentence in the passage. A. I’ll go and see another doctor. B. I have the same thoughts and hopes as you both. C. I want to be away from this sad world. (D) We can’t remember clearly since when we started to take our mobiles to a dinner table. This happens a lot, especially when we eat out. Once a dish comes, instead of lifting our chopsticks, we take out our mobiles and click (点击). Later, we post the photos onto Weibo or Wechat, waiting to be “liked”. Then we check our mobiles from time to time during the meal, to see whether we get “liked” or not. We just cannot leave our mobiles for only a meal. Does that sound familiar to you? Do you do that often? If not, how do you feel when others do that when having dinner with you? A recent study suggests that what we are used to doing is not so good. Spending time taking photos of food makes the food less pleasant. To test this, some researchers did a test. Some people were required to take photos before they could enjoy food. The result of the test showed that the number of photos they took was in inverse proportional to (成反比) how they felt about the food. So, why not stop taking photos and just enjoy the food in front of you? In addition, there are also some other bad influences of taking photos of food before meals. After posting the photos onto the Internet, one will not be able to control himself and check his mobile many times. “Does everyone accept my photos? I hope a lot of people like them!” It seems like your mobile secretly calls your name all the time, even when you are with real people. So, next time you go out to have dinner with your family or friends, how about not taking photos of food? Let the food be delicious as it is and share your life with people around you. Believe in me, it will be a wonderful time. 根据短文内容选择最佳答案。

    46. The underlined word “familiar” in the passage means “_____” in Chinese. A. 陌生的 B. 熟悉的 C. 亲近的 47. From the passage, we know that people like ____ first before meals recently. A. taking photos with friends or families B. taking photos of the dish C. talking about their Weibo or WeChat 48. People ____ check their mobiles during the meal to see whether they get “liked” or not. A. always B. hardly ever C. seldom 49. Which of the following is TRUE according to the passage? A. People should take photos of food in order to have a wonderful life. B. Spending time taking photos of food makes the food more delicious. C. People pay more attention to mobiles than to real people during meals. 50. What is the main idea of the passage? A. The bad influences of taking photos of food before meals. B. The advantages of posting the photos onto the Internet. C. The tips (提示) of making others like your photos on the Weibo. 答案:
    31-35 ABCBA 46-50 BBACA

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