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581期 高二Quiz time
作者:21ST
时间:2014-12-19

Day 1
Feeding a school (P3)
Choose the best answer:
1. The Blue Coyote Cafe was set up mainly to ______.
A. help students develop healthy eating habits
B. increase students’ interest in local food
C. help students learn how to cook and manage a restaurant
D. provide financial aid to poor students
2. Teenagers working at the Blue Coyote Cafe have to learn the following skills EXCEPT FOR ______.
A. how to read a recipe
B. how to make canned food
C. how to use cooking knives
D. how to select fresh food ingredients
3. According to the article, when working at the Blue Coyote Cafe, Alyssa Morales ______.
A. can frequently invite her family members over to enjoy the food she makes
B. understands the benefits of fresh food and how to deal with different flavors
C. has the chance to work with famous chefs like Giada De Laurentiis
D. can regularly go on free trips to local farms to learn how food is grown
4. According to Doug Adams, the Blue Coyote Cafe program ______.
A. will be good for local farmers
B. still needs improving
C. is practical and beneficial
D. is risky and costly

Day 2
Keep hands off Britons (P4)
阅读短文并根据文章内容回答问题,注意答案不要超过题目要求的词数。
1. What is the article mainly about? (No more than 5 words)

2. What trouble did LeBron James get himself into according to the article? (No more than 30 words)


3. What is the official attitude of the British royal family toward LeBron James’ behavior? (No more than 8 words)

4. Why do Britons usually look unfriendly in the eyes of foreigners according to the article? (No more than 12 words)

5. Translate the following sentence into Chinese:
So remember – while British people may watch American TV and use some of their speaking and social habits nowadays, it is still sometimes not a good idea to touch a British person without being absolutely sure that they want you to.

Day 3
Phones always distract (P5)
Choose the best answer:
1. Which of the following statements about the experiments in the article is TRUE?
A. Students were asked to add up numbers throughout the experiments.
B. Students were allowed to check their mobile phones during the experiments.
C. Students were asked to recognize specific numbers to measure their attention spans.
D. Students who had put their mobile phones away performed better in the experiments.
2. The author describes the overuse of mobile devices mainly by ______.
A. comparing lab results
B. presenting research findings
C. citing experts’ opinions
D. asking readers to recall their daily experiences
3. According to the article, a “constant connectivity” in our mobile lives would ______.
A. improve our productivity
B. lengthen our attention spans
C. make us react more slowly
D. help us win trust from others on social media
4. According to the article, mobile phone users should ______.
A. test their ability to focus now and then
B. unplug from their mobile devices during their most productive hours
C. only use their mobile devices in certain areas at offices or home
D. keep their phones out of sight as long as possible

Day 4
Taking a real test (P6)
Choose the best answer:
1. According to the article, Jack Andraka started his research on pancreatic cancer because ______.
A. he was curious about how the disease starts
B. the disease took away the life of one of his close family friends
C. he was dissatisfied with the current cancer detecting techniques
D. his biology teacher suggested that he explore the area
2. It can be concluded from the article that “the protein” in the last paragraph refers to the protein that ______.
A. increases people’s risk of having pancreatic and lung cancers
B. exists in large amounts in the blood of early pancreatic cancer patients
C. is among 4,000 proteins found in connection with pancreatic cancer
D. is the key to curing pancreatic cancer at an early stage
3. Which of the following adjectives best describe Jack Andraka?
A. Brave and generous.
B. Curious and considerate.
C. Determined and optimistic.
D. Calm and serious.

Day 5
阅读下面短文,掌握其大意,然后从每题所给的A、B、C、D四个选项中,选出最佳答案。
During the past 15 years a great deal of attention has been given to “letting it all hang out”. But speaking one’s 1 has more often led to ruined relationships than to great fulfillment (满足).
We generally agree that holding in real 2 and never expressing less-than-lovely thoughts about each other 3 leads to constructive (建设性的) communication. It’s a great relief (轻松) to allow ourselves to admit our human weaknesses and looking for more 4 relationships with others. But we need to strike a balance (把两者安排妥当) between telling it all and telling 5 .
Recently I received a letter from a mother who had been 6 by her troubled 25-year-old son to attend a weekend “ 7 ” marathon with him. Under pressure from the group, her defenses (防卫) 8 and she heard herself telling her son for the first time that he had been a(n) 9 because she hadn’t planned to have a child. He in turn told her that he couldn’t 10 a single day in his childhood that he’d been happy.
“At that time”, this woman wrote, “it seemed 11 . We cried and we made up; I thought telling the truth had been good for us. But the 12 is, it wasn’t the whole truth. By the time Tommy was born, I did want him, and at times he was 13 . Ever since that day, we’ve both been disturbed by some terrible feelings we 14 .”
We’ve come to the 15 that some things are better left unsaid. 16 is a fine policy (方针) as long as we know what the truth really is – 17 most of the time we don’t. It’s a fine goal to encourage children to 18 their feelings. But we need a new sense of 19 . Telling it all is not a cure-all for every problem. It’s 20 under some circumstances (情况) and terribly hurtful under others.
1. A. dreamB. decision
C. mindD. head
2. A. abilitiesB. feelings
C. doubtsD. senses
3. A. usually   B. merely          C. hardly       D. gradually
4. A. honest B. equal
C. normalD. healthy
5. A. nothing      B. everything  
C. anything       D. something
6. A. allowed B. forbidden
C. persuadedD. warned
7. A. courageB. faith
C. strengthD. truth
8. A. built up B. broke down
C. ran away D. set off
9. A. accidentB. experiment
C. failureD. reward
10. A. tolerate (忍受)B. refuse
C. see D. recall (回想)
11. A. awfulB. helpful
C. importantD. funny
12. A. changeB. difference
C. pressureD. trouble
13. A. carefulB. embarrassed
C. happyD. proud
14. A. collectedB. ignored
C. receivedD. shared
15. A. concernB. conclusion
C. impressionD. suggestion
16. A. SilenceB. Honesty
C. Balance D. Patience
17. A. butB. since
C. otherwiseD. therefore
18. A. trustB. express
C. examineD. identify
19. A. easeB. balance
C. interestD. regret
20. A. harmfulB. difficult
C. usefulD. natural
上期参考答案
D1 1. Boys have to wear a clean coat, a tucked-in dress shirt, a tie, a belt, and a pair of leather shoes.
2. It is for both students and teachers.
3. He believes it reminds students to behave well in class.
4. They can ignore the dress code while making contributions to charity or the community. / They can get rid of the dress code while helping others.
D2 1-4 DABC D3 1-5 DBCBB D4 1-4 DADC
D5 1-5 ACBDD 6. were talking 7. anything 8. until
9. to take 10. had been slapped 11. from 12. why
13. should 14. forgiveness 15. where


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