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BookUnitMakingthenews单元测试第二部分:阅读理解(共两节满分分)第一节(共小题每小题分满分分)A ★★☆☆☆ThereareanumberofsportswriterswhoarenowwidelyregardedassomeofthebestsportsjournalistsofourtimeHerearefiveofthemostwellknownsportswritersRickReillyofSportsIllustratedRickReillybecamefamousasthebackpagecolumnist(专栏作家)forSportsIllustratedmagazineThenhemovedtoESPNinandbeganworkingasacolumnistfortheirwebsiteESPNcomNowhehashisownshowwithESPN,andhealsocontributesarticlestoABCsportsBobRyanofTheBostonGlobeBobRyanrosethroughtheranksthankstohisskillandknowledgeaboutbasketballHeverysoonbecameknownasaguruofthesport,writinganimpressivelylargenumberofarticlesaboutTheBostonCelticsaNationalBasketballAssociation(NBA)teambasedinBoston,MassachusettsJohnFeinsteinofTheWashingtonPostJohnFeinsteinisprimarilyacolumnistwithTheWashingtonPostbutduringhislongcareerhehaspublishedtwobestsellingsportsbooksAGoodWalkSpoiledandASeasonontheBrinkHeisaregularwiththeGolfChannelandhasaverypopularblogcalledFeinsteinontheBrinkJoaquinHensonofThePhilippineStarJoaquinHensonstartedouthissportsjournalismcareerinandbecamepopularthroughhiscolumnSportingChance,whichhasbeenpublishedinThePhilippineStarsincethe’sHehasgivenanumberofcatchynicknamestosomeofthemostfamoussportingstarsofourtimeWilliamRhodenofTheNewYorkTimesApartfrombeingacolumnistwithTheNewYorkTimessincethe’s,WilliamRhodenisarespectedsportsjournalistknownforhistwobooksFortyMillionDollarSlavesandThirdandaMileBothbooksdealwiththeproblemsthatfaceblackathletesinthefieldofsportBeforeworkingforESPN,RickReillyAwasaregularwiththeGolfChannel BstartedhiscolumnSportingChanceCwrotearticlesforSportsIllustrated  DworkedasasportstalkshowhostTheunderlinedpart“aguru”inParagraphcanbestbereplacedby“”Aanexpert         Basupporter  Canorganizer      DavolunteerBothJohnFeinsteinandWilliamRhodenAhaveworkedaswritersfortenyears BworkascolumnistsandwritebooksCliketogivenicknamestosportingstars DareknownascolumnistsforABCsportsWhatwouldbethebesttitleforthetextAUsefultipsforasportsjournalist BHowtobeanewspapercolumnistCNewspapersthatinfluenceusalot DFamousandpopularsportswritersBKnownasthefirstblindpersontotopMountQomolangma,ErikWeihenmayeronceworkedasamiddleschoolteacherActually,WeihenmayerbegantolosehissightwhenhewasateenagerRatherthanfocusonthingsthathecouldnotdo,likeplayingbaseball,drivingacarorridingabike,WeihenmayerbegantofocusonthingshecoulddoandcoulddowellAsanaturalathlete,hethenbecameinterestedinrockclimbing,andalwaysimaginedwhatitwouldbelikestandingontopoftheworldOneday,WeihenmayerdecidedtoclimbMountMcKinley,thehighestmountaininNorthAmericaHepreparedfortheclimbbyrepeatedlyrunningupanddownthestairsinastorybuildingwhilewearingapoundbackpackWhenthetimeapproachedforhimandhisfriendstoclimbMountMcKinley,somesmallchangeshadtobemadeforWeihenmayerHefoundthatbyattachingsmallbellstotheclimberaheadofhim,hecouldconfidentlyfollowwithouthavingtoaskfordirectionsAtlast,WeihenmayermadeitsafelyupMountMcKinleyandbackdownagainThenWeihenmayerwentontoclimbMountQomolangmaManypeoplethoughtitwastoodangerousandfoolisheventotryOthersquestionedhowsafehisclimbingpartnerswouldfeelTheywonderedwhatWeihenmayercoulddoifhispartnerswereinjeopardyActually,duringtheclimbtherewasatimewhenheandapartnerwerecaughtinthedarkwhentheirheadlightsfailedItwasWeihenmayerwholedhispartnertosafety,becausehewasthebetterclimberinthedarkThesedays,whenWeihenmayerisnotclimbing,hespeakstoaudiencesacrossthecountryHeencouragesthemtoworktowardtheirgoalsnomatterwhatdifficultiesmaycometheirwayHetalkstopeoplebothblindandsightedaboutleadership,motivationandteamworkAccordingtoWeihenmayer,“Avision(憧憬)isdeeperthanagoalit’swhereallyourgoalsspringfrom”Accordingtothetext,ErikWeihenmayerAchosetogoclimbingafterhelosthissightBisthefirstblindpersontoclimbMountQomolangmaChasdreamedofbecomingateachersinceyoungDlikesplayingbaseball,drivingacarandridingabikeParagraphismainlyaboutAthedangersfoundonMountMcKinley BhowbellsleadthewayforblindpeopleChowWeihenmayerpreparedforclimbing DWeihenmayer’sclimbupMountMcKinleyWhichofthefollowingcanbestdescribeWeihenmayerAGenerousandfriendly    BStrictbutcaringCBraveanddetermined     DUnluckybutsmartWhatdoesthelastsentenceofthetextimplyAThinktwicebeforeyoutakeaction BImaginationmeansalottosuccessCAgoalisnotalwaysmeanttobereached DAvisionisjustapictureofwhatcouldbeCAsalarge,deep,freshwaterlakeintheScottishHighlands,LochNessisbestknownforthesocalledsightingsofthemysteriousLochNessmonster(怪物)FormanyyearsithasbeensupposedthatthereisalargedinosaurlikemonsterinLochNessHowever,severalscientificstudieshavebeenconductedandthesehavenotshownanypresenceofsuchamonsterManypeoplebelievethatthesize(squaremiles)andgreatdepthofthelake(almostfeet),togetherwithpossibleunderwatercaves,givesthemonstermanyplacestohideRegardlessofthetruth,thesuggestionofthemonster’sexistencemakesLochNessoneofScotland’stoptouristattractionsLochNessisthesecondlargestScottishlakebysurfaceareaafterLochLomond,butasforitsdepthitisthelargestbyvolume(容量)Itsdeepestpointism(feet),deeperthantheheightofLondon’sBT(BritishTelecom)Toweratm(feet)anddeeperthananyotherlakebesidesLochMorarItcontainsmorefreshwaterthanalllakesinEnglandandWalescombined,andisthelargestbodyofwaterontheGreatGlengeologicfault(大峡谷断层)whichrunsfromInvernessinthenorthtoFortWilliaminthesouthTheCaledonianCanal,whichconnectstheseaateitherendofthefault,usesLochNessforpartofitsrouteItisoneofaseriesofinterconnected,darkbodiesofwaterinScotlanditswatervisibility(能见度)isextremelylowbecauseofahighpeat(泥煤)contentinthesurroundingsoilTheonlyislandonLochNessisCherryIsland,visibleatitssouthwesternend,nearFortAugustusItisacrannog,whichisaformofartificialisland(MostcrannogswereconstructedduringtheIronAge)AtDrumnadrochitistheLochNessExhibitionCentrewhichexploresthemysterythroughthenaturalhistoryofLochNessTravelingonshipsforpleasureisnowavailable,anditgivesvisitorsthechancetolookforthemonsterAndtherearemoretouristattractionswherethewholefamilycanrelaxandhavefunWhatcanwelearnabouttheLochNessmonsterAIthasmovedtoliveinanearbylake BItlooksmuchbiggerthanadinosaurCItwasoncefoundinanunderwatercaveDWhetherornotitexistsisstillunknownAccordingtothetext,LochNessAistheseconddeepestlakeafterLochMorar BisthelargestfreshwaterlakeinEuropeChasonlyexistedforoveronecentury DhasadepthofmorethanfeetWhatwilltheauthormostprobablytalkaboutnextAWhytherewasamonsterinLochNessBWhatpeoplecandoonCherryIslandCWherepeoplecanenjoythemselves DHowLochNesscameintobeingTheauthor’spurposeofwritingthetextismostlikelytoAdiscuss                     Bintroduce Ceducate                    DpersuadeDIscursivewriting(草写体)anoutofdateskillintoday’stechnologicalsocietyTheneweducationstandardsforEnglishdonotrequirecursiveHowever,schoolsarestillallowedtoteachcursiveiftheychooseSomeschoolsareconsideringgivingupcursive,sinceitisnotonstandardizedtestsThistopicisnowbeingdiscussedinteacherlunchroomsaroundthecountryWeinvitedsomeinspiredteacherstoweighinHere’swhatoneofthem,EldraAvery,hastosayIfailedahandwritingassignmentineighthgrade,butmyteachertoldmethatIwaswellabletohavethattypeofhandwritingSoIimprovedmyhandwritingandnowhavebeautifulcursivehandwritingIteachEnglish,andattimesIaskmystudentstodoassignmentsincursiveSincetheywillbetakingtimedwritingexamsthroughouttheireducationalcareer,itisnecessarythattheypracticewritingataspeedthatwillallowthemtofinishtheirtaskWhenyouhavethreelettersconnectedinaword,itflows,andwhenyouliftyourpenonlyattheendofaword,itisfasterthanprinting(印刷体),whichliftsthepenatthecompletionofeachletterHandwritingisareflection(反映)ofourhumanityWedreamofafuturewithmoreadvancedtechnologyandlesslabor,buttruthfully,iftechnologypreventsusfromusingskillsthatareessentiallyhuman,Iwonderifthatcanbecalled“progress”CursiveconnectsustoourpastandourfutureIfstudentscan’twritecursive,theycan’treadcursiveAndiftheycan’treadcursive,howcantheyreadhistoricalpapersliketheDeclarationofIndependenceWritingcursiveisaprocessthathelpsimprovelanguagelearningCopyingtextbyhanddoesalotofgoodtostudentsMystudentscompleteapoetryanalysispapereachyearManyofthemtellmethattheycouldn’tbegintounderstandtheirpoemuntiltheycopieditbyhand  HandwritingisavaluablecommunicationtoolCommunicationthroughhandwritingwillalwaysbeanecessityToimaginethatthewholeworldcommunicatesbytypingwouldbearatherpoorviewAccordingtoParagraph,teachersarediscussingAwhethercursiveshouldbetaught BwhetherstudentsshouldreadcursiveChowtolookathandwritingassignments Dhowtoimprovestudents’cursivewritingWhydoesMsAverymentionherstudentsinthelastparagraphAToshowthepositivesideofhandwriting BTointroduceaneffectivelearningmethodCToshowtheimportanceofcopyingpoemsDToshareherfirsthandteachingexperienceMsAverywouldprobablyagreethatAhandwritingshouldbereplacedbytyping BthereshouldbefewerstandardizedtestsCcursiveismoreeffectivethanprinting  Dcursivehelpsuslearnaboutthefuture第二节(共小题每小题分满分分)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。OnecooljobJohnHarrisonhasbeenatastetesterforthepastyears  Asakid,he’dwantedtobeafirefighterorapoliceofficer FourgenerationsofHarrisonshavebeeninthebusiness,includinghisgreatgrandfather,whoownedtwoicecreamshopsinNewYorkCityinthes,hisfather,whoownedadairyingredients(乳品原料)factoryinGeorgia,andhisuncle,whoownedanicecreamfactoryinTennesseeAthisuncle’sfactory,he“tastedandate”hiswaythroughhighschoolandcollegeashelearnedhowtomakeicecreamEverymorningHarrisontastesicecreamsamples(样品)Atthebeginning,hetakesthecontainersoficecreamoutofabigstoragefreezer  ThetemperatureinthestoragefreezerisdegreesFahrenheit(华氏温度)MostpeopleeaticecreamatbetweenanddegreesWhiletheicecreamwarmsup,Harrisonlooksoverthesamplesandgradeseachoneonitsappearance  HecheckstoseeiftheicecreamisattractiveIfthereareaddedgoodiesintheicecream,suchasfruit,chocolatechipsornuts,hemakessurethattheyareevenly(均匀地)spreadthroughoutandthatthesampledoesn’thavetoomuchortoolittleoftheaddedingredients Withhisgoldplatedspoon,whichheusestoavoidtheaftertasteplasticorwoodcangive,HarrisonremovesthetopofthesampleThenheturnsthespoonupsidedownandputsthespoonfulontohistongueslowlyANext,it’stimetotaste!BHarrisonhasadegreeinchemistryCActually,icecreamrunsinHarrison’sfamilyD“Tastingbeginswiththeeyes,”HarrisonexplainsEThenheletstheicecreamwarmuptoaboutdegreesFHarrisonhadn’talwayswantedtobeintheicecreambusinessG“I’vedevelopedawayoftastingcalledtheThreeS’s,”Harrisonsays第三部分:语言知识运用(共两节满分分)第一节:完形填空(共小题每小题分满分分)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。★★☆☆☆HistoryhassomeveryspecialqualitiesaboutitItisa  ofwhathashappenedinthepast,andthereallyinterestingthingisthatmuchofhistoryhasbeen  timeandagainItallowsustolearnfromthepast,boththe  madeandthesuccessesachievedOneofthe  ofhistoryisthatitallowsustoknowhowfamouspeople  whentheywerefacedwithchallengesintheirlife  thesechallengeshappenedatacertaintimeinthepastorina  countryorculture,allofthemcanalwaysteachussomething Takeforexamplethe  ofThomasEdisonandhowmanytimeshe  whileontheroadtofinallyinventingthelightbulb(电灯泡)Hecouldbeheldoutasanexampleofapersonwho  stoppedtryingIamsurehewas  bythosedifficultiesbuthedidnotletthemstophimHehada  andhejustkepttryinguntilhereachedsuccessOr,thinkaboutthestoryofAbrahamLincolnwho  tobecomePresidentoftheUnitedStateseventhoughhesuffered  lossesMostofusonlyknowabouthissuccess ,hislifewasnotaneasyoneHisstorymakesuskeepmovingforwardnomatterwhat  wehaveinlifeThesetruehistorystorieswillmakeyoustoptoreconsider  orfoodforthoughtaboutgoingafteryourdreamseventhoughyoumaynotthinkyouhavethecourageorthe  fornowtogetwhatyouhavealwayswantedTheycouldhelpyoumakedecisionsand  whenyouhavenoideawhattodoTheycouldinspireyoutobeallthatyoucanbe

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