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四川省成都市第七中学2015届高三物理热身(最后一模)考试试题2(含解析)

四川省成都七中高2015届高考英语冲刺 第四部分 书面表达专题训练(部分扫描版)

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四川省成都七中高2015届高考英语冲刺 第四部分 书面表达专题训练(部分扫描版)

四川省成都市第七中学2015届高中化学 冲刺有机题 理(扫描版)

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四川省成都市第七中学2015届高中化学 冲刺有机题 理(扫描版)

四川省2015高考英语冲刺阅读完型写作自练(打包13套)

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四川省岳池县2015高考英语冲刺自练1

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四川省岳池县2015高考英语冲刺自练1 阅读理解。   Success doesn’t begin until you begin the walk down the way towards your goals. And your walk down the way always begins first with a baby step. Why do we call t hem baby steps? Are they really anything more than our next step down life’s way? Baby steps are the first steps we take as an act of faith. We see others stepping out and we want to show our ability to walk by following them. As we grow, we continue our development by taking extra baby steps. Sometimes we fall; sometimes we fail. After that, all steps become an act of faith; we just become more practiced. If you say to yourself“I don’t want to make a fool of myself”or“I’d better be good at this”, you’ll probably never take the baby steps towards your goals and end up lying in your own self-pity. As a culture, we focus on results. We think about every risk that must be taken to reach our goals. There are few people who are excellent performers of any tasks the first time they try them. They fail and succeed. Then, they build upon their abilities learned each time. They practice their skills and use their talents through baby steps before they are ready to prove them to the whole world. So, learn to take those baby steps to reach the goals before you. Know that you can depend on God to show you the way. As you become more experienced, your baby steps become a walk, then a jump, and finally a sprint. That’s how our baby steps lead us through the marathon of life. 【文章大意】千里之行, 始于足下。即使是最优秀的运动员, 在其通往辉煌顶峰的人生起跑线上, 其步履也一定是蹒跚如婴儿般孱弱。本文向我们讲述了baby steps在我们人生及成功道路上的重要意义。 5. What does the writer mainly discuss in the text? A. The power of faith in our life. B. The importance of baby steps. C. The abilities to achieve success. D. The ca use of cultural differences. 【解析】选B。主旨大意题。本文主要论述了baby steps在人们走向成功的道路上所起的重要作用。 1. Which of the following is thought most important in taking baby steps? A. Faith.    B. Practice.   C. Skill.   D. Examples. 【解析】选A。细节理解题。根据第二段中Baby steps are the first steps we take as an act of faith和After that, all steps become an act of faith可知, 在我们迈出走向目标的第

四川省岳池县2015高考英语冲刺自练10

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四川省岳池县2015高考英语冲刺自练10 阅读理解。 For high school leavers starting out in the working world, it is very important to learn particular skills and practice how to behave in an interview or how to find an internship(实习). In some countries, scho ols have programs to help students onto the path to work. In the United States, however, such programs are still few and far behind. Research shows that if high schools provide career-related courses, students are likely to get higher earnings in later years. The students are more likely to stay in school, graduate and go on to higher education. In Germany, students as young as 13 and 14 are expected to do internships. German companies work with schools to make sure that young people get the education they need for future employment. But in America, education reform programs focus on how well students do in exams instead of bringing them into contact with the working world. Harvard Education school professor Robert Schwartz has criticized education reformers for trying to place all graduates directly on the four-year college track. Schwartz argued that this approach leaves the country’s most vulnerable(易受影响的)kids with no jobs and no skills. Schwartz believed that the best career programs encourage kids to go for higher education while also teach them valuable practical skills at high school. James Madison High School in New York, for example, encourages students to choose classes on career-based courses. The school then helps them gain on-the-job experience in those fields while they’re still at high school. However, even for teens whose schools e ncourage them to connect with work, the job market is daunting. In the US, unemployment rates for 16-to-19-year-olds are above 20 percent for the third summer in a row. “The risk is that if teenagers miss out on the summer job experience, they w ill become part of this generation of teens who had trouble in landing a job, ”said Michael, a researcher in the US. 【文章大意】文章通过与德国中学情况的比较, 说明在美国中学里很缺乏有关职业生涯的基本课程。

四川省岳池县2015高考英语冲刺自练11

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四川省岳池县2015高考英语冲刺自练11 阅读理解 (2014•长春模拟)   While tofu is a household name in Asia, it has still not been completely accepted into the Western kitchen. When it arrived in the West, tofu found itself sitting alone in the food playground, ignored by the other kids. And when tofu did make friends, it was only with the open-minded, peace-loving vegetarians sometimes referred to as“hippies”.   Why is it that such a staple(主要的)ingredient in the East has been subject to(遭受)such discrimination in the West? Well, tofu quite literally(简直)missed the boat. Tofu originated in China some 2, 000 years ago. But when the Europeans first arrived in China they ignored it. While rice was embraced with open arms and brought home with popular acclaim(称赞), tofu followed later and with much less success.   Growing up in Australia I only had a vague notion of what tofu was. It was just last year, when I lived in the Dutch town of Maastricht, that we were really introduced. In that town, lots of students choose to live in“squats”—old run-down factories rented out for very cheap prices. One of these squats holds a“Vegan Dinner”every Monday. In the dishes served there, tofu was a staple and I found that I quite liked it!   Slowly but surely tofu is becoming accepted into mainstream Western cooking circles. In March, the singer Justin Timberlake dressed up in a tofu suit for a sketch(短剧)on NBC’s show Saturday Night Live to promote the silky food. And notable UK food experts such as Nigel Slater and Fuchsia Dunlop are singing tofu’s praises as well. As Slater writes in an article published in The Guardian, “I think the Chinese know what they are talking about and I must give their beloved dou-fu(yet)another chance”. He found that when cooked with chilli, garlic and ginger, tofu was a very welcome guest at his dinner party! 【文章大意】豆腐越来越受西方人的青睐, 它是怎样做到如此受欢迎的呢? 1. When tofu was introduced to the West, it   . A. was not accepted, just like rice B. was well-received mostly by hippies C. was difficult to find things to cook with it

四川省岳池县2015高考英语冲刺自练12

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四川省岳池县2015高考英语冲刺自练12 阅读理解   Amy Pankratz spent a few nights in the hospital with her daughter, Isabella, who caught a bad flu. “Lying in bed beside Isabella, I could hear the cries of children in pain, ”says Amy. “It completely broke my heart. ” When Isabella was getting well and could leave her room, she wore her prized possession—a“superhero cape(短斗篷)”Amy had sewn to encourage her—and walked into the hallway. The pink cape was an instant hit with the other young patients, who were doing exercise around the nursing station. “Then, all the kids were taking turns wearing the cape, giggling, ”Amy says. “These were some of the same children I had heard crying the night before, and here they were playing and having fun—kids just being kids! ” From that moment on, Amy began making Comfort Capes for littl e ones battling with serious illnesses. “I felt God presenting an opportunity, ”she says. “I hoped Comfort Capes can help these kids feel brave, to lift some of the fear away. ” Since then, Amy has made and donated more than 5, 000 c apes in the United States. Amy usually pays for materials herself, although she accepts donations. The capes she makes for kids in treatment are different from those her own children have. Before Amy starts to sew she learns what image or character the little boy or girl connects with. “I choose the pattern, color and theme specifically for each child, ”explains Amy. When she is not sewing, Amy is raising awareness of childhood cancers and looking into ways to get Comfort Capes to more kids who need them. “If a

四川省岳池县2015高考英语冲刺自练13

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四川省岳池县2015高考英语冲刺自练13 阅读理解。   As the thrills of the London 2012 Olympic Games fade, the focus now is on the 2016 Olympic Games in Brazil. Over the next two years it hosted the FIFA Confederation Cup in June 2013 and will host the FIFA World Cup in 2014. Brazil has taken steps to increase the economic profits by safeguarding the interests of broadcasters and funders.   In 2009, the Brazil passed the Brazilian Olympic Act and the so-called World Cup Law in 2012, which are designed to fight ambush(隐性)marketing and digital piracy(盗版), and regulate advertising in and around official sporting si tes.   The Brazilian World Cup Law goes much further in protecting the interests of right owners than Brazil’s pre-existing legislation(立法)in this area, the so-called Pele Law. For example, the World Cup Law bans anyone but the official broadcaster from using images of events. However, it does permit use for non-commercial purposes. It also requires that FIFA or its local broadcaster provide highlights up to two hours after each match. Other items allow protection of trademarks associated with the event and ban unauthorized association with the event’s marks.   The Pele Law permits, as an information right, both access to sporting sites and the use of images for journalistic purposes. It is, however, unlikely that such an understanding will be gained in relation to the World Cup Law which governs access to and use of images specifically in relation to the FIFA World Cup 2014. Although the Brazilian Olympic Act regulates the IP(知识产权)relating to the 2016 Olympic Games in Rio, it remains silent on broadcasting rights.   Whatever the benefits, it seems clear that IP rights in general, and broadcasting rights in particular, will continue to play a key role in bringing in funds. If past experience is anything to go by, Rio 2016 not only promises new sporting achievements, but also the breaking of new records in terms of profits produced from the sale of broadcasting and other media rights. 【文章大意】文章主要介绍了巴西保护知识产权的World Cup Law和Pele Law。 1. The 2016 Olympics   . A. promises to break many records B. will experience challenges in funding C. promises to be the greatest in history

四川省岳池县2015高考英语冲刺自练14

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四川省岳池县2015高考英语冲刺自练14 阅读理解 Placed Insights,a data-service provider,monitors the consumption behavior of more than 70,000 Americans at the age of 14 and older on a monthly basis.One half of Americans went to McDonald's at least once a month.Nearly four in ten Americans visited Walmart. The findings show that some companies visited by more than one in ten Americans each month are primarily fast-food,discount-retail outlets(直销店) and health clinics.The types of businesses these companies are in and the traffic customers use to get to them play a big part in their success.According to Placed Insights,less than 40% of Americans visited a bank or clothing store in March.At the same time,an estimated 60% visited a department store,and more than two-thirds went to a fast-food restaurant at least once. Placed Insights founder and CEO David Shim explains what it is that affects much on whether Americans visit a business once a year or once a week.“People often go out for fast food.They don't necessarily go shopping for a sweater every day,but they do eat.” It should come as no surprise that most of these companies have made efforts to expand their products,with varying degrees of success.Walmart,for example,has expanded its business to offer groceries,and even has fast-food restaurants in many stores.Starbucks has expanded its menu options to include breakfast sandwiches and other meals.McDonald's new McCafe coffee brand has been very successful.These are all new services designed to make more money on existing customers,bring in new customers,and bring them in more often. While the types of goods and services being offered by these companies are critical,the more critical factor is their dominant national presence.These companies have thousands of locations all over the country.Rare is the American town without a McDonald's,Burger King,Taco Bell,Subway,or some combination of the three.McDonald's has more than 14,000 locations in the U.S. in 2012 while Subway has more than 25,000. 【解题导语】 本文介绍了美国人经常去消费的一些商店以及为什么美国人经常去这些商店。 1.What do we learn from Placed Insights's research? A.The majority of people going to McDonald's are children. B.More people go to Walmart than to McDonald's. C.Over one in ten Americans goes to a clothing store each month. D.McDonald's and Walmart have many customers in part because they are easy to get to. 答案 D [细节理解题。根据第一段可知,The types of businesses th

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