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   While the first part of the news is upsetting,the end results are much more optimistic. Gavin,a teenager with Asperger's Syndrome,was beaten up just for being different. Asperger,s Syndrome is a developmental disorder that affects a person's ability to socialize. This explains why Gavin sometimes appears distant from his schoolmates.

   On Thursday night,some kids were talking about how “it's weird(怪异的) ” that he is always by himself,attending events alone and watching people,and they thought it was “creepy” that he wanted to be friends with people he didn't know.

   On Friday night,another kid that overheard that conversation decided to take matters into his own hands and become judge,and this is the result of that. He didn't ask questions,didn't get to know Gavin,never met him,and didn't give him a chance to leave. Gavin was called to meet someone,surrounded by people he didn’t know,choked,hit,and left lying on the pavement so he would “leam his lesson”.

   A friend of Gavin's mother shared photos on Facebook of the injuries to his nose,eyes and esophagus(食道). Luckily,Gavin is doing OK and none of the damage is permanent. Instead of pressing charges or fighting back,Gavin' s reaction speaks volumes.

   He requested the bullies’ community service be disability related,that they write a paper on Asperger's,and that they watch a 20-minute video statement he taped while their families were present so they could see the damage they did and hear the event from his perspective.

   Instead of an actual “punishment”,he wanted the kids to truly leam about Asperger's Syndrome. Hopefully this will lead to the teens being more tolerant and no one else ever going through the pain that Gavin did. After all of that,Gavin's mom's message couldn’t be more true to parents and teachers alike:

   “If you are reading this,I hope you can talk to your teens,tell them about disabilities you can't see,teach them to be tolerant of people that are different,teach them that if they continuously see someone alone,ask questions first and get to know one another. Maybe it is not their choice to be alone."

10. Gavin is always alone because .

   A. he enjoys being alone

   B. he is always upsetting

   C. he suffers from a disease

   D. he doesn’t like his schoolmates

11. Which can best replace the underlined word wcreepyw in Paragraph 2 ?

   A. Fun. B. Strange.

   C. Natural. D. Inspiring.

12. Why was Gavin beaten?

   A. He hurt some kids before.

   B. He is different from normal people.

   C. He refused to make friends with a kid.

   D. He didn't take school lessons seriously.

13. How did Gavin react to his injuries?

   A. He fought back bravely.

   B. He was too scared to react.

   C. He decided to turn to court for help.

   D. He asked the bullies to leam from the incident.

14. Gavin's way of reacting was .

   A. interesting   B. praiseworthy

   C. disappointing   D. unreasonable

10. C 12. B 13. D 14. B



10. C.细节理解题。由第一段中p Gavin,a teenager with Asperger's Syndrome ... affects a person's ability to socialize ... appears distant from his schoolmates 可知。

11. 。词义猜测题。由第二段中的 it's weird 及 he wanted to be friends with people he didn’t know 可ft断,一些孩子认为Gavin想和 陌生人交朋友的行为很奇怪。

12. B.细节理解题。由第一段中的 was beaten up just for being different及第二、三段可知,Gavin 仅仅因为和别人不同而被打。

13. D.细节理解题。由倒数第二、三 段可知,Gavin想让欺备也的孩子 们从这次事件中学到东西。

14. B.推理判断题。Gavin在被欺凌 后不仅没有粗暴地报复,反而想 办法让欺负他的孩子们从这件事 上有所收获。再由文章开头的 the end results are much more optimistic及第四段末的Gavin's reaction sjieaks volumes 可推断,他对待欺凌的方式值得称赞。

题目来源:2016年英语周报高三新课标 > 第38期 2015-2016高三课标


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   Feel like you've got nothing to wear but have a closet(衣橱) foil of clothes? Take control of your closet with our picks of the top closet organizing apps.

   1. StyleBook 

   Keep track of every item of clothing that you own and which you wear most with StyleBook. It allows users to easily look through their closet,sorting items by headings including: occasion,weather,color and fabric(质地), to name a few —and it even helps you know which items are in the wash!Add images from online stores into your closet,so you can see if the pieces match the clothes you already own. This app even includes clothing care advice from style experts.

   2. Pose 

   Share your style while being inspired by others around the world — more than tracking what's in your closet,Pose encourages users to share daily looks and become fashion bloggers themselves.E-commerce is the next step for Pose,as the app is developing ways to make itself a retailer(零售商) (maybe because of the fact that its users are checking the tags (标签) on popular looks,to find where they can purchase those pieces) .

   3. Stylish Girl 

   Stylish Girl displays all your closet items immediately,so you can have a fUll view of all your options. The app also has an e-commerce feature,where users can shop online and check if items you are browsing match with what is already in your closet.

   4. Closet 

   Looking for a simple organizing tool? Closet helps you have outfit ideas in seconds. With a shake of your phone,the app will match pieces together for you. The built-in packing list feature makes preparing outfits for traveling and weekend getaways hassle-free.

11. The text is especially useful for people .

   A. who travel a lot

   B. who have lots of clothes

   C. who don't like going shopping

   D. who prefer comfortable clothes

12. What do we know about Stylish Girl?

   A. It was designed by a retailer.

   B. It allows users to shop online.

   C. It plans to develop e-commerce.

   D. It encourages users to show their clothes.

13. The underlined word “hassle-free” in the last paragraph can best be replaced by “ ”.

   A. easy   B. boring

   C. exciting   D. complicated

14. Which app helps you know how to care for clothes?

   A. Pose. B. Closet.

   C. StyleBook. D. Stylish Girl.


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   Before she was Queen of England,Princess Elizabeth wanted to join the Auxiliary Territorial Service (A.T.S.) , a female branch of the British military. It was World War II,and women worked at jobs traditionally held by men,who were now overseas fighting.

   Elizabeth was a teenager and first had to convince her parents about her plan. Her father,King George Ⅵ.  thought it was too dangerous. But Princess Elizabeth would not take no for an answer. “I ought to do as other girls of my age do,” she said firmly. After some months,her parents finally agreed to let her join.

   Princess Elizabeth did not receive any special treatment in the A. T.S. The only thing different was that she returned to Windsor Castle each night to sleep.

   When she arrived at the A. T.S. camp depot (兵站) for her first day of training,Princess Elizabeth was greeted by a car with its wheels off. In the weeks that followed,she learned to take apart an engine and then assemble(装配) it. The princess loved the training,admitting, “I'm a mechanic at last."

   Princess Elizabeth worked on car,truck,and even tank engines. She also learned to read maps and drive officer transport cars,ambulances,and military trucks. To complete her A. T.S. training,she was required to drive a big truck on her own.

   The king and queen thought driving a truck was too dangerous,but before they could let her know how they felt,they discovered Elizabeth driving a truck onto the palace grounds. She had driven from the A. T.S. camp through the busy London streets all by herself.

   Princess Elizabeth became Her Royal Majesty Queen Elizabeth II in 1952. Now in her eighties,she still drives. Queen Elizabeth loves horses and still rides four times each week. She also actively manages her estate(庄园) farm at Balmoral and is often seen hiking through the countryside there.

1. What can we learn about women in England during World War II?

   A. Most of them joined the A. T.S.

   B. Most of them served in the army.

   C. They were all willing to go overseas.

   D. They were allowed to do men's jobs.

2. Hearing Princess Elizabeth's plan to join the A. T.S., King George Ⅵ. nitially .

   A. rejected her request

   B. thought highly of her

   C. gave her some special treatment

   D. advised her to do what other girls did

3. When serving in the A. T.S., Princess Elizabeth.

   A. became an auto mechanic

   B. was in charge of the A. T.S. camp

   C. preferred to drive those big trucks

   D. was required to stay there all day long

4. Which of the following can best describe young Princess Elizabeth?

   A. Cautious and friendly.

   B. Determined and brave.

   C. Ambitious and sensitive.

   D. Generous and considerate.

5. In her eighties,Queen Elizabeth .

   A. often rides in Windsor Castle

   B. can no longer do her duties

   C. is still in very good health

   D. still has a sense of humor


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   A Canadian study suggests that current sodium (钠) intake levels are relatively safe for most Americans and that reducing them to the very low levels recommended by federal health officials and leading medical groups may harm a significant number.

   The current average sodium consumption in the United States is about 3,400 milligrams (there are 1,000 milligrams in one gram) per day. This is about the amount of sodium in about 1. 5 teaspoons of salt. Dietary guidelines offered by the federal government and leading medical groups recommend reducing the average to 2,300 milligrams for the general population and 1,500 for groups considered at greater risk,like adults older than 50,African-Americans,and people with high blood pressure,among others.

   However,previous studies have found little evidence to support those low recommended sodium targets. There is considerable evidence that lowering sodium can reduce blood pressure,but there is scant evidence that reducing sodium consumption will necessarily reduce the risk of heart attacks, strokes(中 风) and death.

   Now a large study by researchers at McMaster University in Ontario,Canada,which tracked more than 100,000 people from 17 countries on five continents,has found that the safest levels of sodium intake are between 3 ,000 and 6,000 milligrams. Consumption below that level showed increased risk of death and cardiovascular(心血管的) events.

Roughly 10 percent of the patients followed in the study fell below 3,000 milligrams,a sizable number to put at risk.

   Brian Strom,honorary head of biomedical and health sciences at Rutgers University,who led a group of experts who reviewed the data on sodium for the Institute of Medicine last year,said that the new McMaster data are among the best available and that no study has shown a benefit from reducing sodium consumption to below 2,300 milligrams a day.

   That does not mean individuals wiiose sodium intake is high should not take steps to bring it down. The McMaster researchers say that if your blood pressure rises beyond the normal level (140/90 or higher) or your sodium intake is high,you should reduce sodium consumption,perhaps even to below 5 ,000 milligrams.

6. For healthy elderly people,the US government recommends sodium intake .

   A. 1,500 milligrams daily

   B. 2,300 milligrams daily

   C. 3,000 milligrams daily

   D. 3,400 milligrams daily

7. The underlined word “scant” in Paragraph 3 is closest in meaning to “”.

   A. direct   B. important

   C. limited   D. conflicting

8. According to the study,consuming less than 3,000 milligrams of sodium a day.

   A. is beneficial for most patients

   B. may help prevent heart disease

   C. may be harmful to your health

   D. is especially helpful for Americans

9. What is Strom's attitude towards the research findings?

   A. He is doubtful about them.

   B. He is uncertain of them.

   C. He tolerates them.

   D. He supports them.

10. What is the Canadian scientists’ advice for high blood pressure patients?

   A. Follow the government's dietary guidelines.

   B. Lower sodium intake to a reasonable level.

   C. Join one of the leading medical groups.

   D. Have physical examinations regularly.


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   Livestock(牲畜) cloning is the practice of cloning sheep,cattle and other livestock species as a way to improve efficiency. The basic idea behind livestock cloning is to clone animals that have certain qualities,such as cows that produce more milk or meat. 1 However,this practice is very controversial,and livestock farmers have been hesitant to adopt it fully because of public opposition and certain inefficiencies.

   In technical terms,livestock are cloned by taking cells from one animal and using them to fertilize eggs(使卵子受精) .Scientists take the fertilized eggs and put them in female animals. 2 Many animals are bom with abnormal shapes. Scientists are looking for ways to improve the process and make it less expensive to adopt on a wider scale.

   3 For example,if farmers were able to take only their very best animals and recreate them many times,they could potentially be more productive.

   There are also some potential problems with cloned livestock. 4. For example,when a disease hits,there are usually individuals who cannot be harmed by the disease or are more resistant,and they will generally survive. If all the animals were genetically (在基因方面) identical or similar,this sort of disease could totally destroy an entire generation of livestock,leaving the world with a massive food shortage.

   In addition to concerns about genetic diversity,there are other concerns about cloning. 5 There are also some people who worry that livestock cloning research may be a gateway to introducing human cloning,which is widely disapproved of.

   A. Are the surviving clones really clones?

   B. Therefore,the new species is expected to be better.

   C. The biggest one arises from a reduction in genetic diversity.

   D. Cloned livestock have the potential to provide some major benefits.

   E. Cloning animals shows us what might happen if we try to clone humans.

   F. These concerns sometimes come from worries over unforeseen consequences.

   G. This process doesn't always work perfectly,and it can be relatively expensive.


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    Every morning I wake up to the normal sun 1. (shoot) through the left window. My dog,Donald,barks madly. He 2. (insist) that every morning at exactly 7:04,he has to go outside. Cant that dog just take 3. rest?

    After I go outside for 2. 5 minutes,I realize I have to deal 4. my boss in 48. 6 minutes. I sit for two minutes. Afterward,I take my normal six minutes to shower,three minutes to shave,two minutes to brush my teeth 一 just 5. the dentist told me 一 and five minutes to figure out6. I am going to wear. That leaves me 4. 5 minutes 7. (read) The New York Times.Then I take 20 minutes to drive to work. Once I arrive,it takes 2. 1 minutes to hear the 8.(bore) story about what Ron did last night and four minutes for my boss to turn up.

    Spending 9. 34 hours at my job,driving 26 minutes home,taking two minutes to walk Donald and only getting 24. 7 minutes before lying down and not falling asleep for 12. 5 minutes can 9.(real) drive someone crazy,but not me. The thing 10. can make me crazy is if something goes wrong. When one thing goes wrong,all breaks loose.


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假定英语课上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。每处错误仅涉及一 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 出修改后的词。

注意:1. 每处错误及其修改均仅限一词;

2. 只充许修改10处,多者(从第11处起) 不计分。

    The girl I will always remember her is Mary,who was my classmate seven year ago. She was : quiet,always greeted the teachers at our school and never spoke ill anyone. At that time,all the kids in my class included me were impolite,never listening to the teachers. Therefore,Mary was always so polite. One day I asked her what she wasn’ t like the rest of us so what she told me changed the way I acted. She said,uIf you ever want to be respectful in life,you have to respect others." Heard what she said,I started respecting others more and telling another people what I had been told.


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8. (This,It) is a fact that the number of people learning Chinese is increasing rapidly.