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2010届高考各地模拟阅读理解分类汇编(1)53.doc.doc

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2010届高考各地模拟阅读理解分类汇编(1)53.doc.doc

2010届高考各地模拟阅读理解分类汇编(1)新闻类1(2010湖南省株洲市二中高三第一次月考)SoccermadcriminalshavebeenturningthemselvesintoBritishpolicestationsinthehopeofcompletingashortsentenceinprisonintimetogetouttowatchtheWorldCup,BritishnewspapersreportedonFriday.InOperationRedCard,policeinHertfordshire,northofLondon,sentamessagetosomecriminalssurrender自首noworspendtheWorldCupinaprisonwithnotelevision,accordingtotheEveningStandardnewspaper.Onemaneventurneduptopolicestationwiththestolenitemspackedinhisbag,expectingashortsentenceinprison,saidNigelEastaugh,apolicemaninthecity,NodoubthewantedtogethissentenceoverandtomakesurehewouldbefreeagainintimefortheWorldCup.Thepapersaid296lettersweresentouttothecriminalsfamilyandthen17peoplewalkedintolocalpolicestationstofacecharges.Butcriminalswhoarenotsoccerfansarenotsafe.Eastaughsaidthatasaresultofthemailing,policehadreceived60cluesonthewhereabouts下落ofothercriminalswhowouldberoundedupinthecomingweeks.56.TheOperationRedCardmostprobablymeans_________.A.acardtopunishasoccerplayerB.apostertotelloftheWorldCupC.anoticetomakeawarningD.anadvertisementinnewspaper57.Criminalsturneduptothepolicestationsbecause___________.A.theydidntwanttomisstheWorldCupB.therewerenotelevisionsintheprisonsC.therewouldbeheavysentenceiftheydidnt.D.theyrealizedtheyhaddonesomethingwrong.58.Thosewhoturneduptothepolicestations_________.A.couldgohometowatchWorldCup.B.couldwatchWorldCupinprison.C.wouldbegivenashortersentencefortheircrimesD.wereaskedtotellthewhereaboutsofothercriminals59.Thelastparagraphsuggeststhat____________.A.thecriminalswhowerenotsoccerfanswerenotallowedtosurrenderB.thepoliceinBritonwereunfairtothecriminalswhowerenotsoccerfansC.thepolicecantellsoccerfansfromnonsoccerfanseasily.D.thepolicewouldtakeactionstowardsthosewhowerestilloutoflaw答案5659CACD2(2010浙江省温州市八校高三8月联考)FamilymembersofRebiyaKadeerhaveaskedhernottoorganizeviolenceorundermine破坏thepeacefullifeinXinjiang,inlettersmadepubliconMonday.TheyblamedherfororganizingtheriotinUrumqionJuly5andapologizedtothevictimsintwoseparateletters.KadeerssonKhahar,daughterRoxingulandyoungerbrotherMemetwrotealettertoher,expressingtheirdiscontentforherturningagainstherownpromisesofnottakingpartinseparatistactivitiesandvoicingtheirangerovertheviolentevent.Becauseofyou,somanyinnocentpeoplelosttheirlivesinUrumqionJuly5,andsomanyhouses,shopsandvehicleswereburntordamaged,theywrote.Theharmonyandunityamongethnicgroupswereundermined.Xinjiangisahappyhometopeopleofdifferentethnicgroupsandnoonewantstodestroyit,theywrote.Wewantastableandsafelife,theysaid.Pleasethinkaboutthehappinessofusandyourgrandchildren.Dontdestroyourhappylifehere.Dontfollowtheprovocation挑衅fromsomepeopleinothercountries.InanotherlettertothevictimsoftheJuly5riot,theyheldKadeerandtheWorldUygurCongressWUCresponsiblefortheriot.EvidenceprovedtheriotwasorganizedbytheWUC,ledbyRebiyaKadeer,andcarriedonbyagroupofseparatistswithintheChineseborders.AfteranincidentbetweenUygurandHanworkersofafactoryinShaoguanofsouthernGuangdongProvincebrokeoutonJune26,Kadeerexaggerated夸大thefactsontheInternet,raisingthedeathtollfromtwotomorethan50,andpostedfalsepictures,whichstartedtheviolentevent,theywrote.Thosewhocommittedcrimesshouldtaketheresponsibilities,theysaid.ThestatementfromtheUrumqiPublicSecurityBureausaidthe319peoplehadbeendetained拘留afterinformationwasreceivedfromthepublicorobtainedthroughthepoliceinvestigation.Thearrestsareinadditiontothe253detentions,policeannouncedonJuly29.Beforethat,morethan1,000suspectshadbeendetainedbyJuly6,theseconddayoftheviolence.Thesuspectswouldfacechargesinconnectionwiththeriotthatleft197peopledead.Everysuspect,withoutanyexception,willbearrestedandpunishedaccordingtothelawtorootoutanyhiddendanger,itsaid.49.AllthefollowingarecorrectaccordingtothepassageEXCEPT_________.A.TheriottookplaceonJuly5B.WUCorganizedtheriotC.Theriotleft197peopledeadD.Khaharwasinjuredintheriot50.ThelettertoKadeerwaswrittento__________.A.showhowtheincidenthappenedB.expresstheirsorrowovertheriotC.blameKadeerforherwrongdoingD.tellthestoryofKadeer51.HowmanysuspectshavebeendetainedaccordingtothepassageA.About1252B.Above1572C.About1319D.119752.Fromthepassagewelearnthat_________.A.theriotcausedgreatlosstothepeopleinUrumqiB.WUCwasresponsiblefortheincidentinShaoguanC.mostofthesuspectswillbesentencedtodeathD.KadeervoicedherapologyovertheJuly5riot答案4952DCBA3(2010山东省兖州市高三上学期模块检测)ViennaInspiteofIraqsdecisiontostopoildeliveries,the11nationOrganizationofPetroleumExportingCountriesOPECwillnotincreaseproductiontomakeuptheshortfall.ministersdecidedTuesdayinVienna.Thel1oilministersdecidedtomeetagainonJuly3todiscusstheeffectsoftheIraqtemporarystop.Theorganizationspresident,CharkidKheriaofAlgeria,saidafterthemeetingthatstockswerehighandpriceswerestable,soquota配额increaseswerenotnecessary.TheE.U.CommissionhasexpressedconcernaboutIraqsoutputstop.AspeakersaidOPEChadtotakeallpossiblemeasurestokeeporlowertheoilprice.SaudiArabiasOilMinisterAliAlNuaimihadearliersaidtherewouldnotbeanyshortfallofoilinthemarket.Theorganizationhadalreadytakenstepstofillthegap,hesaid.OPECSecretaryGeneralAliRodriguezaddedthattheperiodofIraqsoutputstopwasnotknown,sootherexporterswerenotgoingtoliftquotasyet.Ifthemarketwasdestabilized使动摇,asuitableresponsecouldbemade.IraqonMondaystoppedshipmentsofcrudeoiltoprotestagainsttheU.N.SecurityCouncilsdecisiontoextendtheoilforfoodprogrammebyonlyamonth,insteadofthenormalsixmonthrenewal.JustbeforetheViennameeting,oilpriceshadgoneup,withabarrelofOPECcrudeoilsellingfor27.05dollars,upfrom26.81dollarslastFriday.NorthSeaoilwasat29.26dollarsMondayevening.OPECwantstheoilpricetostaywithinflmarginof22to28dollarsandachievedthatwithcutsinJanuaryandMarchthatreduced2.5millionbarrelsperdayoffquotas.71.Iraqmadethedecisiontostopoildeliveriesbecause.A.oilpriceistoolowininternationalmarketB.theU.N.SecretaryCouncilhasdecidedtoshortenthetimeofextensionoftheoilforfoodprogrammeC.manyoilwellsweredestroyedduringthewarinthelate1980sD.itcouldntgetenoughmoneytodevelopitseconomy72.TheattitudetheE.U.CommissiontooktowardsIraqsoutputstopisA.activeB.concernedC.coldD.surprised73.TheunderlinedwordsTheorganizationhererefersto.A.OPECB.theE.U.CommissionC.ViennaD.WTO74.Themainideaofthepassageis.A.theoilpricesintheworldwerestablethoughIraqhasstoppedoildeliveriesB.OPEChascontrolledtheoilpricetostaywithinamarginof22to28dollarsC.OPECwillnotincreaseoilproductiontomakeuptheshortfallthatcausedbyIraqD.Oilisconnectedwithpeoplesdailylife75.The11oilministersdecidedtomeetonJuly3sothat.A.theycanpersuadeIraqtocontinueoilproductionB.theycanhaveatalkwiththeU.N.SecurityCouncilC.theycanhaveadiscussionabouttheeffectsofIraqstemporaryoutputstopD.theycanmakeuptheirmindstoincrease0.1productionhat.答案7175BBACC4(2010安徽省芜湖七中高三上第一次调研)Itwasadaytocelebrateifyourfamilyhadputmostofitsmoneyinabank.Youwillgetmoremoneybackbecauseofarecentriseininterestrates(利率).OnOctober29.forthefirsttimeinnineyears.thePeoplesBankofChina(PBOC)raisedinterestrates.Therateforoneyearrenminbideposits(存款)wasincreasedfrom1.98percentto2.25percent.Andtherateforoneyearrenminbiloans(代款)wentupfrom5.31percentto5.58percent.Longertermratessawhigherincreases.SowhatareinterestratesBanksoffersomemoneytoencouragepeopletokeeptheirsavingsinasavingsaccount(储蓄帐户).andaskmoremoneyinreturnifyouborrowmoneyfromthem.Thepercentagesoftheextramoneyaretheinterestrates.Ifyourparentshaveborrowedmoneyfrombankstopayforhousesorcars.theinterestratesrisewasnotgoodnews.Anincreaseintheinterestratesonaloanmeanstheborrowerwillneedtorepaymoretothebank.Forexample.apersonwhoborrowed.10.000yuanfromthebankhadtoreturn10.531yuanbeforetheinterestrise.Butaftertheinterestratesareincreased.hehastopayextra27yuanperyear.TherisecamefollowingagreatdemandforthecoolingoftheoverheatingChineseeconomy.Forseveralyears.pushedbyahugeinvestmentandconstructionprojects.thecountryhashadthefastesteconomicgrowthintheworld.Butthiscanbedamagingjustasitiswhenapersongrowstoofastandcannolongerfittheirclothes.Itishopedthatwithahigherinterestratepeoplewillactmorecautiouslyandtakelessriskswhenborrowingmoney.Theraterisewillhelptheeconomytocooldown.Itwillreduceinvestmentinunnecessaryindustrialandconstructionprojects.saidSuNing.deputygovernor(副行长)ofthePBOC.58.Ifwedeposit1000RMBinthebankforoneyear.howmuchcanwegetafterOctober29(Thetaxrateoninterestratesis20.)A.21.6.B.13.68.C.15.84.D.18.59.WhatisthepurposeoftheriseintheinterestratesA.Toattractgreaterinvestment.B.Tomakepeopleearnmoremoney.C.Tocarryoutconstructionprojects.D.TocooldowntheoverheatingChineseeconomy.60.Bysayingthiscanbedamagingjustasitiswhenapersongrowstoofastandcannolongerfittheirclothesthewriter.A.warnsthatiftheeconomygrowstoorapidly.itwillcausetroubleB.warnsusthatindustrywillsufferalossC.advisesustobuybiggerclotheswhenweareyoungD.advisesusnottogrowtoofast61.WhichofthefollowingisNOTaresultoftheincreaseintheinterestratesonaloanA.Peoplewillmakewiserinvestments.B.Peoplewillneedtorepaymoretothebank.C.Peoplewillborrowmoremoneytoinvestintheirbusiness.D.Peoplewillbecarefuloftakingmoneyfrombankstoexpandtheirbusiness.答案5861DDAC医学类5(2010辽宁省沈阳二十中高三上第一次月考)A卷Manyanimalsrecognizetheirfoodbecausetheyseeit.Sodohumans.Whenyouseeanappleorapieceofchocolateyouknowthatthesearethingsyoucaneat.Youcanalsouseothersenseswhenyouchooseyourfood.Youmaylikeitbecauseitsmellsgoodorbecauseittastesgood.Youmaydislikesometypesoffoodbecausetheydonotlook,smellortasteverynice.Differentanimalsusedifferentsensestofindandchoosetheirfood.Afewanimalsdependononlyoneoftheirsenses,whilemostanimalsusemorethanonesense.Althoughtherearemanydifferenttypesoffood,someanimalsspendtheirliveseatingonlyonetype.Thegiantpanda(大熊猫)eatsonlyoneparticulartypeofbamboo(竹子).Otheranimalseatonlyonetypeoffoodevenwhengiventhechoice.Akindofwhitebutterfly(蝴蝶)willstayontheleavesofacabbage,eventhoughthereareplentyofothervegetablesinthegarden.However,mostanimalshaveamorevarieddiet(多样化饮食).Thebeareatsfruitsandfish.Thefoxeatssmallanimals,birdsandfruits.Thedietoftheseanimalswillbedifferentdependingontheseason.Humanshaveaveryvarieddiet.Weofteneatfoodbecausewelikeitandnotbecauseitisgoodforus.IncountriessuchasFranceandBritain,peopleeatfoodswithtoomuchsugar.Thismakesthemoverweight,whichisbadfortheirhealth.Eatingtoomuchredmeatandanimalproducts,suchasbutter,canalsobebadforthehealth.Choosingtherightfood,therefore,hasbecomeanareaofstudyinmodernlife.59.Wecaninferfromthetextthathumansandanimals_________.A.dependononesenseinchoosingfoodB.arenotsatisfiedwiththeirfoodC.choosefoodinsimilarwaysD.eatentirelydifferentfood60.WhichofthefollowingeatsonlyonetypeoffoodA.Thewhitebutterfly.B.Thesmallbird.C.Thebear.D.Thefox.61.Certainanimalschangetheirchoiceoffoodwhen___________.A.theseasonchangesB.thefoodcolorchangesC.theymovetodifferentplacesD.theyareattractedbydifferentsmells62.Wecanlearnfromthelastparagraphthat__________.A.foodischosenforagoodreasonB.FrenchandBritishfoodisgoodC.somepeoplehavefewchoicesoffoodD.somepeoplecarelittleabouthealthydiet答案5962CAAD6(2010安徽省芜湖七中高三上第一次调研)Thefollowingarefourformsaboutmedicine.Howtousethemedicineisveryimportant.Nevertakeanybymistake.1)Takethemedicinewithwater.followedbyonetableteveryeighthours.asrequired.Forfurthernighttimeandearlymorning.taketwotabletsatbedtime.Donottakemorethansixtabletsin24hours.ForChildrensixtotwelveyearsold.gotoyourdoctorforadvice.Reducedosageifnervousness.restlessnessorsleeplessnesstakesplace.2)Eachpillofthemedicinetakenthreetimeseverydayforfourteenyearsold.Asusual.apill600a.m.beforebreakfast.Onebefore1100andonebeforesleep.Notforchildrenundersixyearsoldandoldpersonswithheartattack.3)Themedicineforapersonwithafever.Oncetwopillsadaybeforesleepforadult.Nottakethemedicinewithoutfever.HalfforChildrenunder12yearsold.Childrenwithahighfever.gotoseeadoctor.4)Themedicinetakenthreetimesaday.Oncefivepillsforadultwithacold.Halfofthepillsforchildren10yearsold.Takethemedicinebeforebreakfast,lunch,supperorbeforesleep.51.Obviouslyakindofmedicinecantbeproperfor.judgingfromtheinformation.A.childrenovertwelveyearsoldB.someoldpersonswithafeverC.someoldpersonswithheartattackD.neitheradultsnorheartattack52.Whenapersonhasacold.hehadbetter.A.haveaboutmorethanfourteenpillsadayB.havetwiceadayC.havefourtimesadayD.haveninepillsaday53.HowmanykindsofmedicineareusedforthechildrensixyearsoldA.Allofthem.B.Threekindsofmedicine.C.Twokindsofmedicine.D.Almostnotanymedicine.答案5153CAD7(2010安徽省芜湖七中高三上第一次调研)Listeningtomusicwhileyoudrivecanimproveyourspeedandabilitytogetawayfromaccidents.accordingtoAustralianpsychologists(心理学家).Butturningyourcarradiouptofullvolumecouldprobablymakeyouendupinanaccident.Theperformanceofdifficulttaskscanbeaffectedifpeoplearesubjectedtoloudnoise.TheexperienceofpullingupattrafficlightsalongsidecarswithloudmusicmadesomepsychologistsintheUniversityofSydneylookintowhetherloudmusichassomethingtodowithdriving.Thepsychologistsinvited60menandwomenagedbetween20and28assubjectsandtestedthemonalmostthesamedrivingtasksunderthreenoiseconditionssilence.rockmusicplayedatagentle55decibels(分贝).andthesamemusicat85decibels.For10minutesthesubjectssatinfrontofascreenoperatingasimplemachinelikeacar.Theyhadtotrackamovingdiskonscreen.respondtotrafficsignalschangingcolor.andbrake(刹车)inresponsetoarrowsthatappearedwithoutwarning.Onthetrackingtask.therewasnodifferenceinperformanceunderthethreenoiseconditions.Butunderboththeloudandquietmusicconditions.theperformersbrakedataredlightabout50millisecondssoonerthantheydidwhentherewasnorockmusicatall.Thatcouldmeanareductioninbrakingdistanceofacoupleofmetersactually.thedifferencebetweenlifeanddeathforapedestrian(行人).Whenitcametothearrowsthatappearedacrossthevisualfield.thepsychologistsfoundthatwhenthemusicwasquiet.peoplerespondedfastertoobjectsintheircentralfieldofsightbyabout50milliseconds.Forthepeoplelisteningat85decibels.responsetimesdroppedbyafurther50millisecondsawholetenthofsecondfasterthanthosedrivingwithnomusic.Buttheresatradeoff.thepsychologiststoldtheEuropeanCongressofPsychology.Theylosetheabilitytolookaroundthewholesituationeffectively.Inrespondingtoobjectsthatsuddenlyappeared.peoplesubjectedto85decibelrockmusicwerearound100millisecondsslowerthanboththeothergroups.Sincesomeaccidentsuchaschildrenrunningintotheroadtakeplacewithoutanynotice.driverslisteningtoloudmusicmustbelesssafeasaresult.66.WhichofthefollowingisthebestwaytomakedrivingsaferA.Loudmusic.B.Quietmusic.C.Silence.D.Heavymetalmusic.67.WhatdoesthephrasethepullingupinparagraphtwomeanA.Stopping.B.Givingsomebodyalift.C.Puttingupwith.D.Driving.68.WheredidtheresearchersdotheexperimentA.Atcrossroads.B.Atapolicetrafficstation.C.Inacrowedstreet.D.Underthesameconditionsasthoseofthestreets.69.WhichofthefollowingdidnthelptheperformerstobrakesooneratredlightsA.Silence.B.Loudmusic.C.Quietmusic.D.Rockmusic.70.WhichofthefollowingisNOTtrueofloudmusicA.Ithelpedtheperformerstobrakesooneratredlights.B.Ithelpedtheperformerstobemorecareful.C.Ithelpedtheperformerstorespondfastertoobjectssteppingintheway.D.Itcandomoregoodthanharmtodrivers.答案6670BADA

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