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宝应县乐购彩票高级中学高三B 英语强化训练
 
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宝应县乐购彩票高级中学高三B 英语强化训练之二

第一节:单项填空(共15小题;每小题1分,满分15分)

21. The "Chinese Dream" is ____ dream to improve people's well-being and ____ dream of harmony, peace and development.

A. the; a             B. a; a                C. a; the                D. the; the

22. While intelligent people can often ______ the complex, a fool is more likely to complicate the simple.

A. sacrifice           B. substitute    C. simplify      D. survive

23. If what your friend comes up with surprises you, don’t reject it immediately. ________, imagine that it is true.

A. Thus                        B. Besides       C. Rather                    D. Otherwise

24. Mrs. Smith finds it hard to clear up the mess, as her children are always ____ whenever she tries to.

A. in the way        B. on watch      C. in sight             D. on the line

25. Anyone, once ____ positive for H7N9 flu virus, will receive free medical treatment from our government.

A. to be tested        B. being tested        C. tested                 D. to test

26. With inspiration from other food cultures, American food culture can take a __ for the better.

A. share      B. chance          C. turn             D. lead

27. He was unhappy when he sold his guitar. After all, he _________if for a very long time.

A. has had.         B. had had           C. has                 D. had

28. It will be a big help if you go to the store and get what we need for dinner. ________, I will set the table.

A. As a r esult            B. On the whole     C. In the meanwhile    D. As a matter of fact

29. Team leaders must ensure that all members ______ their natural desire to avoid the embarrassment associated with making mistakes.

A. get over       B. look over        C. take over       D. come over

30. It             be the vocabulary that caused you the problem in the exercise because you know a lot of words.

A. may             B. couldn’t         C. should           D. needn’t

31. The subway was crowded with passengers going home from market, most of _____ carrying heavy bags and baskets full of fruit and vegetables they had bought there.

A. whom                  B. them                 C. who                  D. which

32. When asked to explain _____ he did to make his students so fascinated with his lessons, the teacher paused and thought deeply.

A. what was it that        B. that what it was C. what it was that    D. what was it

33. The president of the World Bank says he has a passion for China, ______ he remembers starting as ear ly as his childhood.

A. where     B. which         C. what        D. when

34. At no time _______ _the rules of the game. It was unfair to punish them.

A. they actually broke           B. do they actually break  

C. did they actually break         D. they had actually broken

35. —Would you mind answering some questions on shopping habits?

— ________.

A. Yes, with great pleasure        B. No, I am afraid I can't make it  

C. Yes, it is worth the time        D. No, as long as it doesn't take long

第二节:完形填空(共20小题;每小题1分,满分20分)

New genetic analysis has revealed that many Amazon tree species are likely to survive human-made climate warming in the coming century, contrary to previous findings that temperature increases would cause them to die out. A study,   36   in the latest edition of Ecology and Evolution, reveals the   37   age of some Amazonian tree species -- more than 8 million years -- and   38   shows that they have survived previous periods as warm as many of the global warming imagined periods   39   for the year 2100.

    The authors write that, having survived warm periods in the past, the trees will   40   survive future warming, provided there are no other major environmental changes.   41   extreme droughts and forest fires will impact Amazonia as temperatures   42  , the trees will stand the direct impact of higher temperatures. The authors   43   that as well as reducing greenhouse gas emissions to minimize the risk of drought and fire, conservation policy should remain   44   on preventing deforestation(采伐森林)for agriculture and mining.

    The study disagrees with other recent researches which predicted tree species’ extinctions   45   relatively small increases in global average air temperatures.

    Study co-author Dr Simon Lewis (UCL Geography) said the   46   were good news for Amazon tree species, but warned that drought and over-exploitation of the forest remained major   47   to the Amazon’s future.

    Dr Lewis said: “The past cannot be compared directly with the future. while tree species seem likely to   48   higher air temperatures than today, the Amazon forest is being transformed for agriculture and   49  , and what remains is being degraded by logging, and increasingly split up by fields and roads.

    “Species will not move as freely in today’s Amazon as they did in previous warm periods, when there was no human   50  . Similarly, today’s climate change is extremely fast, making comparisons with slower changes in the past   51  .”

    “With a clearer   52   of the relative risks to the Amazon forest, we   53   that direct human impacts -- such as forest clearances for agriculture or mining -- should remain a key point of conservation policy. We also need more aggressive   54   to reduce greenhouse gas emissions in order to make minimum the risk of drought and fire impacts and   55   the future of most Amazon tree species.”

36. A. advertised           B. described                  C. published                  D. presented

37. A. frightening          B. surprising                 C. exciting                    D. interesting

38. A. still                     B. nevertheless              C. however                   D. therefore

39. A. assess                 B. confirm                    C. forecast                   D. promise

40. A. particularly          B. probably                   C. merely                     

 
 
 
 
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