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高二英语适应性练习4

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高二英语适应性练习4

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Top Sites to See in New York

u      Central Park

For more than 150 years, visitors have come to Central Park’s 843 green acres in the heart of Manhattan. Since 1980, the Park has been managed by the Central Park Conservancy, in partnership with the public. You can visit the official website of Central Park to learn more about Park happenings and activities and to learn how to help Central Park.
      Telephone: 212-310-6600

Location: 59th to 110th Street, Manhattan Borough, from Central Park West to 5th Avenue, New York City,                         NY10022
      Open Hours: 06: 00-23:00

u      The National 9/11 Memorial Museum
      The national 9/11 Memorial & Museum is a place of remembrance honoring those who lost their lives in

the terrorist attacks of September 11,2001. The 9/11 Memorial Museum displays Monumental artifacts linked to the events of 9/11, while presenting stories of loss, sympathy and recovery that are central to telling the story of the 2001 attacks and the consequence. It also explores the global impact of 9/11 and its continuing significance.

Telephone: 212-312-8800
      Location: 180 Greenwich St, World Trade Center, New York City, NY 10007
      Open Hours: 09: 00-20: 00

u      The Metropolitan Museum of Art

At New York City’s most visited museum and attraction, you will experience over 5,000 years of art from around the world. The Met is for anyone as a source of inspiration, insight and understanding. You can learn, escape, play, dream, discover and connect.

Telephone: 212-535-7710
      Location: 1000 5th Avenue, New York City, NY 10028-0198

Open Hours: 10: 00-17: 30

21.How can you get more information about the activities in Central Park?
A. By calling the park.      B. By visiting its website. C. By consulting the staff.   D. By writing to the manager.
22.Where can you go if you're interested in art?
A. 59th to 110th Street.    B. 180 Greenwich St.  C. World Trade Center.  D. 1000 5th Avenue.
23.Where can you probably find the text?
A. An official report.  B. A popular magazine.   C. A tourist brochure.   D. A product handbook.

B

Back about 20 months ago I started college and just struggled with everything, such as classes and friends. I quickly became depressed and angry at myself for not being about to do better in school, in addition to lack of friends due to poor social and communication skills.

This went on for months until my 19th birthday. My parents sent me a cake, which was a great cake. But I remember having this large cake and absolutely no one to share it with. I ended throwing out the cake after having one piece, with about 90 % of it leftover . That night I was depressed that I decided to go outside to the freezing temperature of the winter and run. I put my earphones in, went outside and ran about 2 miles at 11 p.m. on my birthday.

When I got back inside I was content. I was proud of what I was able to do. The next night did the same. I wasn't quick or fit but you know that I went outside and did something. The continued for about 2 months until I finally worked up the courage to go to the gym, where I started swimming again as I used to in high school. A month went by and I started lifting weights and continually running.

Looking back I can see that exercise helped cure my depression but it didn't only do that. At the gym I met new friends and back at my dorm I grew confidence to go to the end of the hall seeing people playing Super Smash Brothers and ask if I could join.

So go forward to present now. I exercise every day and look forward to that hour and a half I get daily to do what I love with people who love it as well. I hope this helps someone who may be or have been in a similar situation.

24.What made the author decide to run at night?
A. His l9tbirthday.         B. His parents' cake.
C. His loneliness.         D. His friends.
25.Which of the following best describes the author?
A. Traditional.   B. Determined.   C. Humorous.       D. Generous.
26.What is the biggest benefit of the author's running?
A. Regaining his confidence.       B. Losing his weight.
C. Playing with his brothers.       D. Joining other activities.
27.Why do you think the author wrote this passage?
A. To recall his life in college.               B. To show his gratitude to his parents.
C. To emphasize the importance of friendship.   D. To share his experience of dealing with hardship.

C


      Why do you go to the library? For books, yes—but you like books because they tell stories You hope to get lost in a story or be transported into someone else’s life. At one type of library you can do just that—even though there's not a single book.

At a Human Library, instead of books, you can "borrow" people. People with unique life stories volunteer to be the "books." For a certain amount of time, you can ask them questions and listen to their stories, which are as fascinating as any you can find in a book. (If you attend, make sure to review the habits that make you a good listener.) Many of the stories have to do with some kind of depressing topic. You can speak with a refugee, a soldier suffering from PTSD (创伤后遗症), a homeless person and a woman living with HIV. The Human Library encourages people to take time to truly get to know and learn from someone they might otherwise make a snap judgement about. According to its website, the Human Library is "a place where difficult questions are expected, appreciated and answered."

The Human Library Organization came to be in Copenhagen, Denmark in 2000. Romni Abergel and his colleagues hosted a four-day event during a major Northern European festival. After the success of this event, Abergel founded the Human Library Organization, hoping to raise awareness among youth about depression, which has been growing ever since.

Though there a few permanent human libraries, most aren’t place at all, but events. Though many do take place at physical libraries, you don't need a library card—anyone can come and be part of the experience. There have been human library events all over the globe, in universities and in pubs, from Chicago to Tunis to Edinburgh to San Antonio. Check out the organization's Facebook page to see when the Human Library might be arriving near you.

28.What shall we do before going to the Human Library?
A. Bring a book.       B. Get a library card.  C. Make an appointment.   D. Go over some listening habits.
29.What does the underlined word “snap" in paragraph 2 mean?
A. True.           B. Quick.         C. Wrong.         D. Obvious.
30.Why did Ronmi Abergel found the Human Library Organization?
A. He expected to answer different questions.       B. He successfully held an event in Northern Europe.
C. He wanted young people to pay attention to depression.
D. He had set up the Human Libraries all over the world.
31.What is the best title of the text?
A. "Borrow" People Instead of Books        B. Human Library Organization
C. Human Library Is Near You              D. A Library in Denmark


D

Google's new artificial intelligence can defeat both humans and other AIs. Fortunately, the only war zone where it fights and wins is the ancient board game Go(围棋).

AlphaGo Zero, developed by Google-owned DeepMind, is the latest AI program. The original AlphaGo defeated Go master Lee Sedol last year, and AlphaGo Master, an updated version, went on to win 60 games against top human players. What's different about AlphaGo Zero is that it became potentially the world's best Go player without any help from humans.

The program AlphaGo Zero started off knowing only the basic rules and then played millions of games against itself in just a few days. After almost five million games played against itself, AlphaGo Zero could outplay humans and the original AlphaGo. After 40 days, it was capable of beating AlphaGo Master.

The program learned the strategies humans accumulated over thousands of years in a matter weeks and also developed nontraditional strategies and moves that beat the techniques of the human masters, leaving them astonished. "At each stage of the game, it seems to gain a bit here and lose a bit there, but somehow it ends up slightly ahead, as if by magic," said Andrew Jackson of the American Go Association

DeepMind says it has plans for the technology behind AlphaGo Zero beyond just defeating all over an ancient game board. "In the end, we want to apply these breakthroughs to helping solve all sorts of pressing real world problems like designing new materials," said Demis Hassabis, co-founder and CEO of DeepMind, in a statement.

That sounds great, but just as a precaution, let's take the advice of Elon Musk and Stephen Hawking and keep any super-fast learning AI away from the nuclear launch codes for now.

32.Which was probably the earliest AI program to play Go according to the text?
A. DeepMind.   B. AlphaGo.   C. AlphaGo Master.     D. AlphaGo Zero.
33.What makes AlphaGo Zero different from its other versions?
A. It teaches itself.                B  It beats AlphaGo Master.
C. It knows the basic rules of Go.     D. It plays against itself for a long time.
34.What's DeepMind's plan for the AI technology?
A. To design a new version.                B. To win all the ancient board games.
C. To beat human beings all over the world.  D. To inspire the world with solutions to global issues.
35.How does the author feel about AI?
A. Negative.  B. Supportive.  C. Cautious.     D. Encouraging.
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Ways to Take More Vegetables into your Meals

Recently, an increasing number of health problems among people have been reported. Surveys show that most of us get around two to three kind of vegetables a day, falling far short of the five kinds that nutrition experts advise.    36 

Sneak vegetables into breakfast and lunch

One reason we don't get enough vegetables is that many of us consider them merely as a rely a side dish to dinner.    37 

Follow the golden rule

Half of your dinner plate should be filled with vegetables.    38   This is the perfectly balanced dinner, according to experts.

  39   

Half a cucumber, a whole tomato,or a long, fresh carrot are just as pleasant to eat as an apple.It may seem unusual, but who cares? A whole vegetable makes a terrific snack.

Move your vegetables to the top shelf of the fridge

As long as they're bagged properly, they’ll last as well as they would in a vegetable fresh container.    40   In particular, keep quick-to-eat vegetables such as baby carrots, tomatoes and cucumbers as accessible as possible.

Go exotic

Every week, try to buy a slightly foreign vegetable, perhaps something that you've never eaten before.

A. Eat vegetables like fruit                    B. Take more unusual vegetables
C. More importantly,now they'll be seen easily and attractive.
D. Here are some health-boosting ways to take more vegetables into your daily diet.
E. That leaves a quarter of the plate for rice or noodles and a quarter for meal or fish.
F. If you really want to eat more vegetables, you can also eat them at breakfast and lunch.
G. When you want to eat more vegetables, make sure your fridge will be full of vegetables.
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John Carpenter

John Carpenter did nod like to buy toys that somebody else had made. He like the fun of    41   them himself. The thought that they were his own work    42    him.

Tom,one of his playmates,thought a toy was worth nothing     43   it cost a great deal of money. He never tried to make    44   ,but bought all his toys."Come and look at my horse," said he, one day,"it    45   a dollar, and it is such a beauty!" John was soon    46   his friend’s horse, and he was examining it    47   to see how it was made. The same evening he tried to make a    48   one for himself. He went into the wood shed and    49   two pieces of wood—one for the head of his horse, the other for the body. It took him two or three days to shape them to his    50   . But what about the wheels? This    51   him. With great efforts, he finally got some    52   pieces of wood which could suit his    53   . Proud of his great    54   ,he ran to his friend Tom, crying, "Now then, Tom, here is my horse, —look!"

"Well, that is a    55   horse,"said Tom," Where did you but it?"

"I didn't buy it,"     56   John, "I made it".

"You made it yourself! Oh, well, it’s a good horse for you to make.    57   it is not as good as mine. Mine cost a     58   , and yours didn't cost anything."

"It was real fun to make it, though," said John, and away he ran with his horse    59   after him.

Does it really cost nothing and all his efforts are    60   ? Of course not, I will tell you. John Carpenter now is a master workman, and will soon have a shop of his own.
41. A. collecting                B. making                          C. doing                          D. inventing

42. A. concerned                B. annoyed                        C. amazed                          D. delighted

43. A. since                        B. in case                                  C. unless                                  D. as if

44. A. anything                  B. something                      C. nothing                          D. everything

45. A. used                        B. cost                                C. wasted                                  D. needed

46. A. searching                  B. feeling                                  C. admiring                        D. attending

47. A. patiently                  B. casually                          C. willingly                        D. hurriedly

48. A. vivid                        B. common                        C. similar                                  D. rare

49. A. picked out                B. came through                C. picked up                      D. came over

50. A. surprise                          B. regret                            C. relief                              D. satisfaction

51. A. excited                    B. cheered                          C. puzzled                          D. amused

52. A. flat                                  B. rough                            C. sharp                              D. round

53. A. approach                  B. curiosity                        C. concern                          D. purpose

54. A. dream                      B. work                              C. house                            D. wood

55. A. funny                      B. horrible                          C. royal                              D. dull

56. A. asked                        B. replied                                  C. reminded                        D. insisted

57. A. So                                  B. As                                  C. But                                D. After

58. A. pound                      B. bill                                C. note                              D. dollar

59. A. rolling                      B. slipping                          C. passing                          D. marching

60. A. for sure                            B. in vain                                  C. available                        D. meaningful

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Have you fond that much of your online communication has been replaced by emojis (表情符号)? Has "Happy Birthday" become a cake    61   lighted candles? Since they were invented in the 1990s in Japan, emojis, meaning “picture characters",    62   (occupy) the world. According to a UK-based mobile technology company, 6 billion emojis    63   (use) in text messages are sent around the world every day through smart phones.

That’s why for the first time Oxford Dictionary’s Word of the Year is emoji. Emojis are regarded as a new kind of    64   (express). Behind the popularity of emojis is the rise of young people    65   welcome new technology and new    66   (invention). So the reason why young people as well as others love to emoji is that they show meaning    67   (beautiful). When young people are asked what makes the generation unique,    68   put “technology use “ first.

Now emojis are in much    69   (wide) use than written words. As    70   result, people began to doubt whether it has made up a too large part in our online communication.
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Last summer holiday my uncle came to visit us. At the first day of his visit, we wen out with one of my father's friend for lunch at an outdoor café. We walked along that afternoon,chat freely and had good time together The next day my uncle pulled ou his childhood pictures and told quite a few specially stories about his childhood Although we didn't spend much time have fun together,, but I never felt closer to him at that moment. He talked with me excitingly and gave me a gift. I opened the gift carefully in the evening, that was his precious dairy. He passed them to me and encouraged me to value the past.

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21-23 BDC                  24-27 CBAD        [  28-31 DBCA                      32-35 BADC36-40 DFEAC

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61.with        62. have occupied    63.used    64. expression    65. who/that

66.inventions   67. beautifully       68. they     69. wider        70. a

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them to me and encouraged me to value the past.

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