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周口中英文学校2018-2019学年上期高三期中考试
英语试题

第二部分 阅读理解(本大题共两节,每小题2分,共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(A,B,C和D)中,选出最佳选项。
A
Sports can help us a lot. Taking exercises can make us strong. In collective(集体的)sports like basketball, volleyball or football, we will learn the importance of cooperation(合作). And sports can also help us relax after work or study.
However, as the saying goes, “there are two sides of everything.” Sometimes we may hurt other players or ourselves if we are not careful enough when participating(参加) in sports activities. What’s more, too much or hard practice can be bad for our health.
Sports can make us healthy both physically and psychologically(心理地). It is also a good way for people to know each other and can improve friendship between people. So long as we are careful enough, sports can do us nothing but good.
21. can make us strong.
A. Sleeping B. Singing C. Making friends D. Taking exercise
22. Too much exercise can be for us.
A. good B. enough C. bad D. helpful
23. Sports can .
A. help people to know each other B. improve friendship between people
C. do us nothing but good if we are careful D. All of the above
24. Which of the following is NOT true?[:]
A. Sports can help us relax after work or study.
B. Sports can only make us healthy physically.
C. Sometimes we may hurt other players or ourselves when participating in sports activities.
D. Basketball and volleyball are both collective sports.

B
I was selfish as a teenager.I usually spent my time thinking about myself and taking care of my own needs.I let my older brother do most of the work around the house until he left for college.I let my mom and dad worry about our bills and problems while I read books, played, and lost myself in my own imagination.This didn't change even when I went to college either.I studied hard but only to make my own life better. Even when I started to explore my faith, it was only to increase my own happiness.
I married after graduation and decided to start a family.Of course, I had no idea what hard knocks reality had in store for my selfish soul.Soon I found myself unemployed, deeply in debt, and with a new baby on the way.l found out that life has little sympathy for spoiled people.In fact, all of the struggles I was going through were beating the selfishness slowly out of me.
Still,I didn't give up on happiness.I knew that there must be a way to find it.I finally realized, however, that it had to include more than just my own needs, wants, and desires.The answer began to make itself clear one night shortly after my baby boy was born.I got a bottle and held him in my arms.As I was feeding him I looked down and saw his big, innocent, trusting eyes.I smiled and talked to him.Then he smiled and I could feel my heart growing, expanding with love.I felt such peace and joy.At that moment I had a hint of the truth: it is by growing our hearts with love that we find our happiness.
Carolyn Arends wrote:"The more people you let into your heart, the bigger your heart gets.The more love you get, the more love you have to give.It just keeps growing." So, keep loving, keep living and keep caring. Keep growing your heart today, tomorrow, and always.
25.What do we know about the author from the first paragraph?
A.He often helped his brother with housework.
B.He studied hard for his family.
C.He was concerned about his family. D.He put his own needs above others'.
26.What did the author realize after he suffered in life?
A.Spoiled people can't survive the hardship of life
B.Spoiled people are never happy in life.
C.Life is cruel to spoiled people.
D.Selfishness is helpful.
27.What can be inferred from the passage?
A.The author loved kids.
B.The author often fed his baby.
C.The author realized the importance of happiness.
D.When caring for his baby, the author got inspired.
28.Which can be the best title of the passage?
A.Loving Others, a Way to Happiness
B.The Elder One Grows, the More He Gets
C.Help Others, Help Oneself D.Keep Growing to Live a Happy Life
C
Sometimes people call each other “scared-cat”. But have you ever thought about this expression? When a cat is frightened, its heart starts beating faster, its muscles get tense, and there are changes in the chemicals in its blood stream. Although the cat doesn't realize this, its body is getting ready for action. If the danger continues, the animal will do one of two things .It will protect itself, or it will run away as fast as it can.
Something like this also happens to people. When we are excited, angry or seared by other feelings, our bodies go through many physical changes. Our hearts beat faster, and our muscles get tense. All of these changes make us more alert and ready to react. We, too, get ready to defend ourselves or run.
Human beings, however, have a problem that animals never face. If we give way to our feelings and let them take over, we can get into trouble. Have you ever said something in anger or hit somebody and regretted it later? Have you ever shouted at a teacher, told someone you were lonely, or said you were in love, and then wished later you had kept your mouth shut? It isn't always clever to express your feelings freely.
Does this mean that it's smarter always to hide our feelings? No! If you keep feelings of anger, sadness hidden away or bottled up inside, your body stays tense. Physical illnesses can develop, and you can feel disturbed badly inside. It can actually be bad for your health. It isn’t good to keep pleasant feelings inside either; all feelings need to be expressed.
Feelings that you keep all bottled up inside, don't just go away. It's as if you bought some bananas and put them in a cupboard. You might not be able to see them, but before you'd smell them. And if you opened the cupboard, chances are that you’d see little fruit flies flying all over them. They are bad.
You can try to treat feelings as if they were bananas in the cupboard. You can hide them and you can pretend they don't exist, but they'll still be around. And at last you'll have to deal with them, just like those bananas.
29. When people and animals are aroused by anger or fear, .
A. they feel very regretful immediately
B. they may get ready to attack or run away
C. their hearts beat either faster or slower
D. their muscles get neither tense nor relaxed
30. Why do human beings get into trouble according to the passage?
A. They are usually not as alert as animals
B. They sometimes can’t control their feelings
C. They always do something wrong to other people
D. They don’t pay attention to their physical changes
31. What can we infer from the passage?
A. Feelings will gradually disappear when you hold them in
B. Bananas stay fresh longer when they are in a cupboard
C. Holding in your feelings may lead to unpleasant results
D. It’s good for your health to keep pleasant feelings inside
D
It is believed that some of animals think a great deal. Many of them are like children in their sports. Some birds are very lively in their sports; and the same is true with some insects. The ants, hardworking as they are, have their times for play. They run races; they wrestle; and sometimes they have mock fights together. Very busy must be their thoughts while engaged in these sports.
Animals think much while building their houses. The bird searches for what it can use in building its nest, and in doing this it thinks. The beavers think as they build their dams and their houses. They think in getting their materials, and also in arranging them, and in plastering them together with mud. Some spiders build houses which could scarcely have been made except by some thinking creature.
As animals think, they learn. Some learn more than others. The parrot learns to talk, though in some other respects it is quite stupid. The mocking bird learns to imitate a great many different sounds. The shepherd dog does not know as much about most things as some other dogs, and yet he understands very well how to take care of sheep.
Though animals think and learn, they do not make any real improvement in their ways of doing things, as men do. Each kind of bird has its own way of building a nest, and it is always the same way. They have no new fashions, and learn none from each other.
It is plain that, while animals learn about things by their senses as we do, they do not think nearly as much about what they learn, and this is the reason why they do not improve more rapidly. Even the wisest of them, as the elephant and the dog, do not think very much about what they see and hear. Nor is this all. There are some things that we understand, but about which animals know nothing. They have no knowledge of anything that happens outside of their own observation. Their minds are so much unlike ours that they do not know the difference between right and wrong.
32. Why does the author mention that some birds and insects are very lively in their sports? A. To illustrate that some animals probably think in the sports. B. To tell us that some birds and insects are more lively than others. C. To show us that ants are the cleverest insects in the animal kingdom. D. To attract readers by introducing some interesting facts about animals.
33. “Animals think much while building their houses” because ________. A. they have to communicate with each other in getting their material B. they have to calculate something to arrange all the material C. no animals have a must to build a “house” except some thinking creatures D. it is unimaginable to build “houses” without thinking work involved
34. The underlined word "plain" in Paragr
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