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  • 1. (2021高三上·洮南月考) 阅读下面短文,在空白处填入适当的内容(1个单词)或括号内单词的正确形式填空。

    The college entrance examination (CEE) is coming . It was resumed in 1970s. It is very (compete). Anyone  wants to take the exam always makes (prepare) for it for a long time. it comes to CEE, not only it test the students, but also it tests the parents.

    They are more nervous the kids. Only you insist on (study) hard, you must benefit the CEE. It is time that you (struggle)for your dream.

  • 1. (2021高三上·洮南月考) 阅读理解

    Throwing away unwanted food has become a big issue in the world. While some of us throw away unwanted items, people in other parts of the world face food shortages and are starving. It's a shocking fact that a third of the world's food is wasted each year, which is enough to feed a billion hungry people.

    You may think supermarkets are the main contributors to this mountain of food. After all, they do desert stuff that is past its sell-by-date and they often refuse to sell fruits or vegetables that are in the wrong shape or look damaged. They've also been criticized for encouraging customers to buy more than they need through promotions such as “buy one and get one free”.

    But the biggest culprit for creating food waste is us human beings. In Europe, an incredible 53% of food waste comes from households, which results in 88 million tons of food waste a year. So instead of filling our bellies, our food is filling up landfill sites.

    In Denmark, a woman called Selina Juul has been working hard to solve this problem. She moved from Russia many years ago and was amazed to see the abundance of food available in the supermarkets. But despite so much availability, she found that people were buying more than they needed and throwing too much away.

    She convinced some supermarkets to stop selling their items in bulk (大量) so that people bought only what they needed. She produced a leftover cookbook and set up an education program in schools, which has helped create a significant 25% reduction in food waste.

    Clearly, we need to think twice when we buy something in supermarkets or online, and when we're at home we should make the most of the food we have — using recipes that use up our leftovers or even sharing our remaining food with our friends and neighbors.

    1. (1) Why are supermarkets to blame for food waste?
    2. (2) What does the underlined word “culprit” in paragraph 3 probably mean?
    3. (3) What do we know about Selina Juul?
    4. (4) What does the author advise us to do in the last paragraph?
  • 1. (2021高三上·洮南月考) 阅读下面短文,从短文后各题所给的四个选项(A、B、C和D)中,选出可以填入空白处的最佳选项,并在答题卡上将该项涂黑。

    Celina Raddatz quit her job at a nursing home in 2014 to take care of her mother full-time who, 83, suffers from Alzheimer's.

    Raddatz, 57, and one of her sisters, Rosalia Lizarraga, 61, had been1their mother together. But as the Alzheimer's2, the task became too stressful for Lizarraga. The full3fell on Raddatz, who was determined to perform a promise she and her siblings(兄弟姐妹)had made to their4as children.

    "When my mother was5, she made us promise never to put her in a nursing home." Raddatz says. "But we never thought she would get6like this."

    Raddatz was born in Mexico. Her mother, a widow(遗婉),7tune children as a food seller after they moved to America. "My mom was a very8woman," Raddatz says. When Raddatz was growing up, her mother quit her9so she could stay home and keep an eye on her children. "She would take us to school and bring us home. She wouldn't let us walk10to school."

    Raddatz and her siblings first began to notice their mother11in 2005 after she had a bad fall while12as a housekeeper. In 2006, Raddatz's mother was diagnosed with Alzheimer's disease.

    "It's just13work. I need to care for her around the clock." But anyhow, she14her job at the nursing home and15her mother in with her. They also share a bedroom,16Raddatz can assist her mother when she wakes up throughout the17.

    "It's a18responsibility because of the promise we made her when she was younger," Raddatz says. It used to19Raddatz to see families leave their relatives with this disease in a nursing home. Now she has a personal20for the emotional(情感上的)and physical sacrifices that caring for an elderly loved one takes.

    A . caring for B . looking into C . arguing about D . agreeing on
    A . existed B . returned C . disappeared D . progressed
    A . trust B . request C . collection D . responsibility
    A . daughter B . brother C . mother D . doctor
    A . poor B . relaxed C . relieved D . healthy
    A . sick B . angry C . hurt D . accustomed
    A . served B . searched C . supported D . collected
    A . patient B . strong C . straight D . positive
    A . job B . study C . research D . circle
    A . out B . back C . alone D . together
    A . crying B . sleeping C . changing D . recovering
    A . regarding B . working C . using D . functioning
    A . private B . unique C . constant D . easy
    A . did B . left C . enjoyed D . continued
    A . moved B . called C . turned D . dropped
    A . so B . and C . for D . but
    A . track B . night C . orbit D . operation
    A . personal B . national C . social D . family
    A . warn B . pain C . comfort D . persuade
    A . account B . purpose C . service D . appreciation
  • 1. (2021高三上·洮南月考) 阅读下列短文,从每小题所给的四个选项(A、B、C和D)中,选出最佳选项

    Four Inspiring Movies

    Forrest Gump(1992)

    Forrest Gump is a simple man with a low IQ but good intentions. This movie follows the fictional story in which the simple man makes his way through some of the more turbulent(动荡的)times from the 1960s through 1980s. This film took home six Oscars, inspired a “Weird Al” song, and proves that a big heart is the most important thing.

    It's a Wonderful Life(1946)

    No movie list would be complete without a nod to the past. Let's go with this Christmas classic, about a man with serious financial troubles who intends to commit suicide(自杀)by jumping off a bridge. His guardian angel Clarence Odbody stops him and tells him what life would have been like for those close to him had he never been born. Realizing how much he means to others, he rushes back home and all sorts of happy, inspirational, Christmassy things happen.

    Dead Poet's Society(1990)

    John Keating(Robin Williams)is a high school English literature teacher at a famous all-male boarding school who gets into trouble with the school administration after encouraging his students to challenge authority and think for themselves. It is certainly inspirational, if not also frustratingly sad.

    A Beautiful Mind(2001)

    This movie tells the story of John Nash(Russell Crowe), a professor at Princeton, a US university, who revolutionized the field of game theory and fell into madness as a result of paranoid schizophrenia(精神分裂症). With the love and support of his family as well as the help of medical professionals, he managed to overcome his mental illness and continued to make contributions to the field of mathematics.

    1. (1) What can we know about It's a Wonderful Life?
    2. (2) Which film are Robin Williams' fans more likely to watch?
    3. (3) At the end of A Beautiful Mind,the professor___________.
  • 1. (2021高三上·洮南月考) 阅读下列材料,根据短文内容,从短文后的选项中选出能填入空白处的最佳选项(选项中有两项为多余选项)。

    Four Tips for High School Graduates

    Over three-million high school students are graduating this spring in the United States. Many of them will head to university in the fall. The transition (过渡) from high school to college is a major one, and successful adjustment to college has lifelong influences.

    Maybe you are about to make this transition yourself or have children who are about to leave the nest. If you know someone who is making this transition or know parents guiding their soon-to-be adult kids through this time, please take a moment to share this collection of research-based tips with them.

    Be open to making new friends as soon as you set foot on campus. Even during orientation (迎新会)! Your success in college depends, in part, on surrounding yourself with others who can support you and help you have fun.

    Successful adjustment is about reaching out for help when you need it. This means trying to find the answers on your own first, but then contacting those who can help you when you can't. That is what they are there for!

    Lean on your family. Family support can give you comfort when classes get hard or you are stressed about finals. Strong support from family is linked to lower loneliness and depression during the first year of college and higher academic adjustment including motivation and concentration.

    Be confident. Feeling anxiety about communicating with fellows, professors, and speaking up in class is associated with lower adaptation during the transition to college. One of the best ways to increase your communication confidence is to practice!

    A. This list is for you.

    B. The more you speak up in class, the easier it becomes.

    C. Don't be afraid to talk to your professors or teaching assistants.

    D. Joining clubs is also linked to feelings of belonging at college.

    E. Your professors and teaching assistants want to see you succeed in their classes.

    F. Almost everyone is in the same boat as you are, hoping to make friends quickly.

    G. Family members can give you advice and help you solve problems if you need help.

  • 1. (2021高三上·洮南月考) 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、删除和修改。




    注意: 1)每处错误及其修改仅限一词;

    2) 只允许修改10处,多者(从第11处起)不计分。(此题要求把答案写在答题卡上)

    English is playing a essential role in our society. The first time when I learned English, I fell in love with it. Now I like the situation that I can speak English. Speak English can make me confident. If you lose interest English, it is no need to complain. Reading newspaper can be of very use for you. If you make the better of every minute to learn English, your English will be improved beyond expecting.

  • 1. (2021高三上·长春月考) 根据短文内容, 从短文后的选项中选出能填入空白处的最佳选项。选项中有两项为多余选项。

    While it is impossible to live completely free of stress, it is possible to prevent stress as well as reduce its effect when it can't be avoided.

    Try physical activity.

     Running, walking, playing tennis, and working in your garden are just some of the activities you might try.

    Make time for yourself.

    Schedule time for both work and entertainment. Don't forget, play can be just as important to your overall well-being as work.  Go window-shopping or work on a hobby. Allow yourself at least a half hour each day to do something you enjoy.

    Take care of yourself.

     If you easily get angry and can't sleep well enough, or if you are not eating properly, it will be more likely that you will fall into stressful situations. If stress repeatedly keeps you from sleeping, you should consult a doctor.

    Stress can result from disorganization and a feeling that “there's so much to do, and not enough time”. Trying to take care of everything at once can be too much for you and as a result, you may not achieve anything. Instead, make a list of everything you have to do, then do one thing at a time, checking off each task as it is completed. Set out to do the most important task first.

    A. You should make every effort to eat well and get enough rest.

    B. Do whatever you like and want to do.

    C. The following are suggestions for ways to deal with stress.

    D. You need a break from your daily routine to just relax and have fun.

    E. When you are nervous, angry or upset, try releasing the pressure through exercise or physical activity.

    F. You could smile to yourself in front of a mirror every day.

    G. Make a list of things to do.

  • 1. (2021高三上·长春月考) 假设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


    增加:在缺词处加一个漏字符号(∧), 并在其下面写出该加的词。



    注意:1) 每处错误及其修改均仅限一词;

    2) 只允许修改10处,多者(从第11处起)不计分。

    It was our English teacher's birthday yesterday. Though English is a hard subject, but I like my English teacher a lot, and so are my classmates. She is nice to us and always tells us stories of the days when she was in her twenty. Sometimes she even stayed in school to help students make up their lessons. She always encourages us and tells us do our best. We are gratefully to her, so that day we bought him a cake and a gift. We even made a big card for her, on it we wrote all our names. Seeing these, she was moving and had a big smile in her face.

  • 1. (2021高三上·长春月考) 阅读下面短文,从短文后各题所给的四个选项(A、B、C和D)中,选出可以填入空白处的最佳选项,并在答题卡上将该项涂黑。

    During my stay at an orphanage (孤儿院)at the age of 9, a gentleman came and taught us how to do woodworking projects. I remember my first project—a small table. I was so 1of it that I looked upon it as if I had created a(an)2.It was absolutely beautiful and it had taken me six weeks to3it. I could hardly wait to give it to Mother Winters as a 4.She was the head mistress of our orphanage, who was always kind but 5 with us.

    As the tables were not dry from the clear coating, the man told us to wait a few days before taking them to our dormitories. But I was just so6and happy that I couldn't wait I dashed out like a 7,carrying my table, smiling from ear to ear.

    When I reached the dormitory I placed the little table beside my bed. I was8it when Mother Winters entered. She walked over to the table. Running her hand 9it, she noticed that it was still wet.

    “Were you10 to bring this home?”she asked.

    “No, ma'am,” I 11with my head down.

    She ordered me to throw the table out and so I did. After she left, I immediately  opened the door to get it back. There was12stuck all over. I brushed and cried, but the dirt would not come off. I hid the table in my closet and never 13 it. However, a year later during a cleaning-up, it was discovered. Painfully, I had to give the table to Mother Henderson, my houseparent, thinking that she would14 it away.

    Thirty years later at a reunion ,I 15that Mother Henderson was living nearby, so I drove up to see her. We talked cheerfully for long. As I was about to leave, she asked me to come down to her16to get something important. I followed her17into a dark corner. She picked something up.18she turned around, I could see that she was holding a little table. Mother Henderson kept the little table that I had given up for lost so long ago.

    Today, I look at that table with bittersweet memories but full of19 to Mother Henderson, who kept the table for a young orphan who 20 it so much.

    A . tired B . ashamed C . amused D . proud
    A . wonder B . award C . record D . product
    A . design B . invent C . paint D . complete
    A . reward B . gift C . prize D . souvenir
    A . satisfied B . patient C . strict D . cruel
    A . upset B . amazed C . excited D . confident
    A . thief B . hero C . sword D . flash
    A . drying B . observing C . admiring D . hiding
    A . into B . across C . above D . behind
    A . supposed B . embarrassed C . encouraged D . determined
    A . agreed B . whispered C . sighed D . argued
    A . dirt B . glue C . paint D . wood
    A . felt B . shook C . touched D . split
    A . put B . give C . take D . throw
    A . learned B . expected C . remembered D . recommended
    A . bathroom B . balcony C . basement D . bedroom
    A . curiously B . unwillingly C . doubtfully D . worriedly
    A . Before B . Since C . As D . Until
    A . admiration B . gratitude C . sympathy D . regret
    A . counted B . mattered C . minded D . valued
  • 1. (2021高三上·长春月考) 假定你是李华,是一位高中生。iPad已经成为你们中学生的新宠。用iPad既可以听音乐,阅读电子书,又可以玩电子游戏。请你用英语给某英语报社写一封信,谈谈中学生使用iPad的情况。信的内容包括以下要点:







    Dear Editor,

    I am a senior high school student, named Li Hua.

    Yours sincerely,

    Li Hua

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