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2010届高考各地模拟阅读理解分类汇编(2)66篇社会生活类1(2010江苏南京高三学情分析样题)MyfriendtookhiscolleaguetoseeanartexhibitioninnorthLondon.Theshowwasbasicallypilesofbreezeblocksformingarmchairandsofashapes,paintedinprimarycolors.Seeingthese,thecolleaguesaid,YoubroughtmeallthewayoutheretoseethispileofjunkwhenwecouldhavebeenhavinganicelunchHecontinuedhisrantabouttheworkallthewaybacktotheoffice.Whentheygottheremyfriendsaid,Yousaidyoudontlikethework,butyouhaventstoppedtalkingaboutitsinceyoufirstsawit.Whetherhelikeditornot,hecouldnotforgetit.Iftheartworkisfreshandnew,youcantexpecttolikeitstraightaway,becauseyouhavenothingtocompareitwith.Theeffortofcomingtotermswiththingsyoudonotunderstandmakesthemallthemorevaluabletoyouwhenyoudograspthem.Goodartspeaksforitself.Thatdoesntmeanyouhavetolikeit.Sothenexttimeyougotoanartshow,orlookatanythingforthatmatter,observewhateffectithasonyouandtrytoformyourownopinion.Thatway,youbecomethecriticandnotamouthpieceforsomeoneelsesopinions.56.WhatdoesthecolleaguethinkabouttheartexhibitionA.Hefeelsitawasteoftimegoingtotheexhibition.B.Heisveryinterestedintheworkshownontheexhibition.C.Heisdisappointedthatartisabusedontheexhibition.D.Hethinkshisunderstandingaboutartisfarbetterthantheauthoroftheworkontheshow.57.Theunderlinedwordrantmeans________.A.praiseB.hatredC.complaintD.misunderstanding58.WhichofthefollowingdoesNOTrepresenttheauthorsopinionaboutartA.Goodartspeaksforitself.B.Goodartdoesntmeanyouhavetolikeit.C.Itmattersmorewhatimpressionapieceofartworkleavesonyou.D.Learntobeamouthpieceforsomeonesopinionmattersmore.59.WhatsuggestiondoestheauthorgiveforgoingtoanartshowA.Likeitwhetheritisgoodornot.B.Dontcompareitwithanything.C.Observeitseffectandformyourownopinion.D.Beagoodmouthpiece.答案56.A57.C58.D59.C2(2010江苏南京高三学情分析样题)BecarefulSomeonemayusethetruthtodeceive.Whenhetellsyousomethingthatistrue,butleavesoutimportantinformationthatshouldbeincluded,hecancreateafalseimpression.Forexample,someonemightsay,Ijustwonahundreddollarsonthelottery.Itwasgreat.ItookthatdollarticketbacktothestoreandturneditinforonehundreddollarsThisguysawinner,rightMaybe,maybenot.Wethendiscoverthatheboughttwohundredtickets,andonlyonewasawinner.HesreallyabigloserHedidntsayanythingthatwasfalse,buthepurposelyleftoutimportantinformation.Thatscalledahalftruth.Halftruthsarenottechnicallylies,buttheyarejustasdishonest.Untrustworthycandidatesinpoliticalcampaignsoftenusethistactic.LetssaythatduringGovernorSmithslastterm,herstatelostonemillionjobsandgainedthreemillionjobs.Thensheseeksanotherterm.Oneofheropponentsrunsanadsaying,DuringGovernorSmithsterm,thestatelostonemillionjobsThatstrue.Howeveranhoneststatementwouldhavebeen,DuringGovernorSmithsterm,thestatehadanetgainoftwomillionjobs.Advertiserswillsometimesusehalftruths.Itsagainstthelawtomakefalseclaimssotheytrytomisleadyouwiththetruth.Anadmightboast,NineoutoftendoctorsrecommendYuckyPillstocurenosepimples.ItfailstomentionthattheyonlyaskedtendoctorsandnineofthemworkfortheYuckyCorporation.Thiskindofdeceptionhappenstoooften.ItsasadfactoflifeLiesarelies,andsometimesthetruthcanlieaswell.67.WhichstatementistrueaccordingtothearticleA.Wheneverpeopletellthetruth,theyarereallylying.B.Youcanttrustgamblers.C.Allgovernorshelptheirstates.D.Thetruthcanbeusedindishonestways.68.Theunderlinedworddeceiveinthefirstsentencemeans________.A.removingonesteethinpublicB.ignorewarningsC.foolD.repair69.Theauthorclearlywantspeopleto________.A.thinkcarefullyaboutwhattheyreadandhearB.wearmismatchedsocksduringpoliticalcampaignsC.nevertrustanyoneD.voteforfemalecandidates70.Anappropriatetitleforthispassagewouldbe________.A.HalftruthB.EveryoneLiesC.LyingWiththeTruthD.NosePimples答案67.D68.C69.A70.A3(2010山东济南外国语学校高三质量检测试题)DoyouknowaboutaseriesofbooksthatsaytheyarefordummiesTheseAmericanselfhelpbookshavebeentranslatedintomorethanthirtyninelanguagesincludingChinese,Arabic,Russian,French,German,GreekandSpanish.Dummyisawordforastupidperson.Thedummiesbooksarenotreallyforstupidpeople.Theyaredesignedtoshowpeoplehowtodosomethingtheymayneverhavetriedbefore,likepaintingahouseorlearningalanguage.Thebooksallsayinafunnywaythattheyarefordummies,suchasWorldHistoryforDummies,RabbitsforDummies,ChineseCookingforDummies,andWeddingPlanningforDummies.Thefirstsuchbook,DOSforDummies,waspublishedin1991.IthelpedpeoplelearnhowtousetheDOSoperatingsystemforcomputers.Sincethen,morethanonehundredfiftymilliondummiesbookshavebeensold.Thedummies.comwebsiteexplainstheideabehindthebooks.Itsaysthattheyshowthatpeoplecanbetaughttodoanything.Firsttheycanmakefunofideasthataredifficulttounderstand.Thentheyshowhowtheinformationcanbeinterestingandeasy.Thepublisherssaythatthebooksdonotprovidemoreinformationthannecessary.Theygivereadersjustenoughinformationtodowhattheywant.Theysaythatthedummiesbooksgivethebestandeasiestwaytodosomething.Andthebooksusesimpleandeasylanguage.Therearemorethanonethousanddifferentdummiesbooks.AreportinNewYorkTimessaysthatthetopsellingdummiesbooksarethosethatexplaintechnologyandpersonalfinance.Thepublisherssaythatthebestsellingdummiesbooksarethoseprovidinginformationmanypeopleneedlikeinformationaboutdiseases,educationandcooking.Peopleinterestedinopera,carrepairandwinecanalsofinddummiesbookstohelpthem.Andthereareevenmoredummiesbookstocome.Thepublisherssaythattheypublishabouttwohundrednewdummiesbookseveryyear.56.WhichofthefollowingcanbethebesttitleofthepassageA.BooksforDummiesB.TheEasiest,theBestC.BooksforStupidPeopleD.NewIdeasBehindtheBooks57.Accordingtothedummies.comwebsite,peoplecan________withthehelpofdummiesbooks.A.dosomepersonalthingsB.learnanyforeignlanguageC.becomeexpertincookingD.doanythingtheywant58.Thedummiesbookshavebeenpopularbecause______.A.theyprovidejustwhatisneededandareeasytounderstandB.theyprovideabundantinformationontheconcerningsubjectC.peoplecanlearntodoanythingwithjustonecopyD.peoplecansavelotsofmoneythroughselfteaching59.AccordingtoNewYorkTimes,weknowthatbookson______sellbest.A.diseasesandeducationB.operaandcarrepairingC.technologyandpersonalfinanceD.cookingandworldhistory60.WhatcanwelearnfromthepassageA.ThefirstdummiesbookwasonChinesecooking.B.Thedummiesbookswillcontinuetobepopular.C.Fiftymilliondifferentdummiesbookshavebeenpublished.D.Thesimplelanguagewasintendedforchildreaders.答案5660ADACB4(2010山东济南外国语学校高三质量检测试题)Abrushwithdeathcanactuallyimproveapersonsoutlookonlife.That,atleast,wasoneofthemajorfindingsofastudyofsome200peoplewhocomeclosetodying.Somehadcomethroughheartattacksomehadfallen,comeclosetodrowningorsurvivedaterriblecarwreck,yetdespitethevarietyofcircumstances,theyreportedstrikinglysimilarreactionstotheirexperiences.Perhapsmostsurprisingly,manysaidtheywerelessfrightenedofdeathnowthantheywerebefore.Likemostpeople,beforetheirneardeathincidentsmanyhadthoughtdeathwouldbepainful,theultimatehorrorbuttheydidntfinditwas.Survivinganearlyfatalexperiencealsogavemanypeopleasenseofinvulnerability(不会受伤害)thatmadethemfeelspecialandevenreligious.Severalbelievedtheyhadbeensavedbecausetheyweretofulfillsomespecialmissionintheremainderoftheirlives.Perhapsnotsosurprisingly,thesesurvivorsalsoreportedanincreasedzestforlifeandadeterminationtoenjoylifemore.Afewofthesurvivorsdidreportnegativereactionstotheirexperience.Adozensaidtheyfeltmorevulnerable,andsomeevenfeltasenseofhelplessnessandalossofcontrolovertheirlives.Somehadbecomephobicaboutactivitiesassociatedwiththeaccidentforexample,severalsaidtheycouldnolongerswimforfearofdrowning.Yetmostofthoseintervieweesaidtheycameawaywithastrongsenseofrenewalorrebirth.Instudyingtheirreactionsresearchershaveconcludedthatthesepeoplehavecometounderstandtherelationshipoflifeanddeathbetterandmoreintimatelythanmostofus,theyhavecometounderstandhowlifeisactuallydefinedbydeath.Lifeisgivenmeaningbythefactthatitwillendsomeday.61.Fromthepassage,wecaninferthattheeffectsofneardeathexperiencesonthesurvivorslife__________.A.differduetothevarietyofcircumstancesB.varygreatlyfrompersontopersonC.aremostlypositiveintermsoftheiroutlookonlifeD.areneitherpositivenornegative62.Thewordphobicinthefifthparagraphmostprobablymeans________.A.verycarefulB.verycasualC.verycuriousD.veryfearful63.Thetitlebelowthatbestexpressestheideasofthispassageis________A.HowtoImproveaPersonsOutlookonLife.B.TheEffectsofNearDeathExperience.C.IsDeathReallyHorribleD.NearDeathAccidentsandtheirSurvivors.64.Thepositiveeffectofneardeathexperiencewasthat______________.A.somepeoplelovedlifebetterbecausetheyrealizeditsnewmeaningB.somepeoplefeltasenseofhelplessnessC.somepeoplefeltalossofcontrolovertheirlivesD.somepeoplewantedtoseekextremehappinessbecausetheyknewlifewastoolimited65.WhicheffectoftheneardeathexperiencewastheonethatpeoplehadseldomexpectedA.Somepeoplefeltmorevulnerable.B.Somepeopledidnotworrytoomuchaboutdeathanymore.C.Somepeoplepaidmoreattentiontothevalueoflife.D.Somepeopletendedtobetoopessimisticaboutdeath.答案6165CDBAB5(2010山东济南外国语学校高三质量检测试题)Youmaybespendingfartoomanyofyourpresentmomentsineffortstowintheapprovalofothers,orinbeingconcernedwithsomedisapprovalthatyouhaveencountered.Weallenjoyapplause,complimentsandpraise,andapprovalinitselfisnotunhealthy.Approvalseekingisanmisleadingzoneonlywhenitbecomesaneedratherthanawant.Ifyouwanttheapproval,youaresimplyhappytohavetherecognitionoftheotherpeople.Butifyouneedit,youaregoingtocollapseifyoudontgetit.Thatswhentheselfdestructiveforcesmovein.Similarly,whenapprovalseekingbecomesaneed,yougiveupachunk(相当大的数量)ofyourselftotheoutsidepersonwhoseadvocacy(拥护)youmusthave.Iftheydisapprove,thenyouareimmobilized(使丧失机动性)eveninasmallway.Insuchacase,youhavechosentowearyourselfworthonyoursleeveforsomeonetorubornottorubastheyseefit.Youfeelgoodinsideonlyiftheydecidetoadministersomepraisetoyou.Theneedforapprovalofanotherpersonisbadenough,buttherealtroublecomeswiththeneedfortheapprovalofeveryoneforeveryact.Ifyoucarryaroundsuchaneed,thenyouareboundforagreatdealofmiseryandfrustrationinyourlife.Moreover,youwillbeincorporatingawishwashy(软弱无力的)nonpersonselfimagethatwillresultinthekindofselfrejection.TheneedforapprovalmustgoNoquestionmakesthere.Itmustbeeradicatedfromyourlifeifyouaretogainpersonalfulfillment.Suchneedisapsychologicaldeadend,withabsolutelynobenefitstoyou.66.Approvalseekingishealthywhen.A.youneedtheapprovalB.youonlywanttheapprovalC.youneedtheapprovalofeveryoneforeveryactD.youdontcareabouttheapproval67.Theselfdestructiveforcesmoveinwhen.A.youneedtheapprovalandyougetitB.youfeelgoodinsideC.youneedtheapprovalbutyoudontgetitD.youareimmobilized68.Theunderlinedsentenceinthe2ndparagraphmeansyouvedecidedto_______________.A.giveupyourselfworthinordertogettheapprovalB.changeyourselfworthinordertogettheapprovalC.showyourselfworthtoothersandallowthemtomakeajudgmentD.putyourselfworthinothershandandallowthemtokeepitorhurtitastheylike69.Theneedfortheapprovalofeveryoneforeveryactwilleventuallyresultin.A.selfrejectionB.realtroublesC.unhappinessD.enthusiasm70.WhatcanweinferfromthepassageA.Peoplecanbenefitfromtheneedoftheapproval.B.Boththewantandneedforapprovalareunhealthy.C.Theneedfortheapprovalisadestructivefeelingandpeoplemustgetridofit.D.Sinceeveryoneenjoyspraiseandcompliment,itsnaturalforustoneedapproval.答案6670BCDAC6(2010湖南浏阳一中高三上第二次月考)PersonalcomputersandtheInternetgivepeoplenewchoicesabouthowtospendtheirtime.Somemayusethisfreedomtosharelesstimewithcertainfriendsorfamilymembers,butnewtechnologywillalsoletthemstayinclosertouchwiththosetheycaremoreabout.Iknowthisfrommypersonalexperience.Emailmakesiteasytoworkathome,whereInowspendmostweekendsandevenings.MyworkinghoursarentnecessarilymuchshorterthantheyoncewerebutIspendfewerofthemattheoffice.ThisletmesharemoretimewithmyyoungdaughterthanImighthaveifshedbeenbornbeforeEmailbecamesuchapracticaltool.TheInternetalsomakesiteasytosharethoughtswithagroupoffriends.Sayyoudosomethingfunseeagreatmovieperhapsandtherearefourorfivefriendswhomightwanttohearaboutit.Ifyoucalleachone,youmaybetiredoftellingthestory.WithEmail,youjustwriteonenoteaboutyourexperience,atyourconvenience,andaddressittoallthefriendswhoyouthinkmightbeinterested.Theycanreadyourmessagewhentheyhavetime,andreadasmuchastheywantto.Theycanreplyattheirconvenience,andyoucanreadwhattheyhavetosayatyourconvenience.Emailisalsoaninexpensivewaytostayinclosetouchwithpeoplewholivefaraway.MorethanafewparentsuseEmailtokeepintouch,evendailytouch,withtheirchildrenatcollege.WejusthavetokeepinmindthatcomputersandtheInternetofferanotherwayofstayingintouch.Theydonttaketheplaceofanyoftheoldways.56.Thepurposeofthispassageisto___________.A.explainhowtousetheInternet.B.sharethewritersjoyofkeepingupwiththelatesttechnology.C.telltheusefulnessoftheInternet.D.introducethebasicknowledgeaboutpersonalcomputersandtheInternet.57.TheuseofEmailhasmadeitpossibleforthewriterto____________.A.spendinglesstimeworking.B.havemoretimetospendwithhischildren.C.workathomeonallweekends.D.workataspeedcomfortabletohim.58.Accordingtothewriter,Emailhasnoobviousadvantageoverthetelephonebecausetheformerhelpsone_______________.A.reachagroupofpeopleatonetimeconveniently.B.keephiscommunicationaspersonalaspossible.C.passonmuchmoreinformationthanthelatter.D.getintouchwithhisfriendsfasterthanthelatter.59.Thebesttitleforthepassageis__________________.A.ComputerNewTechnologicalAdvancesB.InternetNewTooltoMaintainGoodFriendshipC.ComputerHaveMadeLifeEasierD.InternetaConvenientToolforCommunication5659CBAD7(2010湖南浏阳一中高三上第二次月考)DoomedbeautiessuchasCleopataandManilynMonorewerefarfromaloneintheirmisery.VeryattractivepeopletendtoformpartnershipsthatarelessstableandsatisfyingthanthoseenjoyedbyplainJanes.AccordingtotheresearchbyDrJohnBlainoftheuniversityofSouthernCalifornia,relationshipsbetweenpeoplewhoseprofessionslargelydependontheirappearance,suchasmodelsoractors,tendtoendmuchfasterthanthosebetweenlawyers,doctorsandstudents.Blainesaidthebeautifulfeltdifferentfromchildren.Theyaretreatedasspecial,whichmaycreatebotharrogance傲慢andinsecurity.Alltoooften,beautycanbeusedasanalternativetoeducation.Oftentheyarepushedoutoftheirclassortown,toldtogooffandmaketheirfortuneinHollywoodorLondonand,whenthemajorityfail,theyhavefewtalentstomakealiving.BlaineaddedthatbeautifulpeoplescorepoorlyonthebigfivethekeyfactorsAmericanexpertsconsiderwhenhelpingdistressedcouples.Theseareneuroticism神经过敏,includingangerandanxietyextroversion性格外向opennesstonewexperiencesagreeablenessandconscientiousness,orstickingbyagreementstheyhavemade.Attractivepeopleoftenseenoreasontotrytochangeuntiltheirlooksstarttofade.KristaSutherlanf,oftheUniversityofCaliforniaLosAngeles,saidpartnershipsthatappearedtobeperfectfromtheoutside,suchastheformerdramteamsofNicoleKidmanandTomCruiseorHughGrantandElizabethHurley,wherebackgroundsandaspirations抱负are
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