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首页 历年军考真题系列之2013年军队院校招生士兵高中英语真题

历年军考真题系列之2013年军队院校招生士兵高中英语真题.doc

历年军考真题系列之2013年军队院校招生士兵高中英语真题

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历年军考真题系列之年军队院校招生士兵高中英语真题历年军考真题系列之年军队院校招生士兵高中英语真题关键词:军考真题德方军考军考试题军考资料士兵高中军考英语考生须知本试题共五大题考试时间分钟满分分。将单位、姓名、准考证号分别填写在试卷及答题纸上。所有答案军卸载答题纸上写在试卷上的答案一律无效。考试结束后试卷及答案之全部上交并分别封存。一、选择填空(共分每小题分)PapermoneywasinuseinChinawhenMarcoPolovisitedthecountryinthirteenthcenturyAtheBthetheCtheDThismagazineisverywithyoungpeople,wholikesitscontentandstyleAdesirableBsimilarCparticularDpopularofthelandinthatdistrictcoveredwithtreesandgrassATwofifthisBTwofifthareCTwofifthsisDTwofifthsarewithatorch,hewentupintothetowertoseewhatwasgoingonAToarmBArmedCHavingarmedDArmingIknowIneedmostwasmyparents’loveandsupportAwhatBhowCwhichDthatWithouttheairtoholdsomeofthesun#sheat,theearthatnight,toocoldforustoliveAwouldbefreezingcoldBwillbefreezingcoldlyCwouldbefrozencoldDcanfreezecoldJane#sbabyhasblueeyesherAofBinCasDtoTherearealreadyfourpeopleinthecarbuttheymanagedtotakemeaswellItacomfortablejourneyAcan’tbeBshouldn’tbeCmustn’thavebeenDcouldn’thavebeenHehadtohisfather’sbusinessafterhisdeath,thoughhedidn’treallywanttocontinueitAtakeoutBmakeupCsetupDcarryonthatMariewasabletomakeaperformingtourallaroundtheworldASosuccessfulherconcertisBSosuccessfulisherconcertCSoherconcertissuccessfulDSoishersuccessfulconcertWhenwegottothecinema,thefilmonfortenminutesAhadbegunBhadstartedChadbeenDhadperformedSincetheeditorisoutatthemomentYou’dbetterleavea(an)AnumberBwordCinformationDmessageWeareatyourserviceDon#ttoturntousifyouhaveanyfurtherproblemsAbegBhesitateCdesireDseekLivinginAfricawasverydifferentfromhomeandquiteAexperiencedBexperientialCanexperienceDexperiencesNexttimeyouareinNewYork,comeandvisitus,willyouI’dliketoseeyouconvenientAwhateverBwhereverCwheneverDhowever二、阅读理解(共分每小题分)PassageNowsatellitesarehelpingtoforecasttheweatherTheyareinspace,andtheycanreachanypartoftheworldThesatellitestakepicturesoftheatmosphere(大气),becausethisiswheretheweatherformTheysendthesepicturestotheweatherstationsSometeorologists(气象学家)canseetheweatherofanypartoftheworldFromthepictures,thescientistscanoftensayhowtheweatherwillchangeToday,nearlyfivehundredweatherstationsinsixtycountriesreceivesatellitepicturesWhentheyreceivenewpictures,themeteorologistscomparethemwithearlieronesPerhapstheymayfindthatthecloudshavechangedduringthelastfewhoursThismaymeanthattheweatheronthegroundmaysoonchange,tooIntheirnextweatherforecast,themeteorologistscansaythisSotheweathersatellitesareagreathelptothemeteorologistsBeforesatelliteswereinvented,thescientistscouldforecasttheweatherforaboutorhoursNowtheycanmakegoodforecastsforthreeorfivedaysSoon,perhaps,theymaybeabletoforecasttheweatherforaweekormoreaheadSatellitestravelAinspaceBabovespaceCabovethegroundDintheatmosphereWhydoweusetheweathersatellitestotakepicturesoftheatmosphereBecauseAcloudsformthereBthepicturesareagreathelpCtheweathersatellitescandoiteasilyDtheweatherformsthereMeteorologistsforecasttheweatherAwithoutstudyingsatellitepicturesBbeforetheyreceivedsatellitepicturesCwhentheyhavereceivedsatellitepicturesDaftertheyhavecomparednewsatellitepictureswithearlieronesInthenearfuturemaybewe’llsoonbeabletoforecasttheweatherforAonedayBtwodaysCfivedaysDsevendaysorevenlongerThemainideaofthispassageisthatsatellitesarenowusedinAtakingpicturesoftheearthBreceivingpicturesoftheatmosphereCweatherforecastingDdoingotherworkinmanywaysPassageWebetthatoncoldwintrydays,manyofyoulovetostayinyourwarmhomeand,everynowandthen,comeoutintothekitchenforasnackUnfortunately,plentyofcreepycrawlycritters(爬行生物)liketodothesamething!Winteristhetimewhenbugs(虫子)invadeyourhousewithoutaninvitationTheseasoncanbetoughforsuchcreaturesInwintertheairiscold,thegroundishardandmanytreeshavenoleavesSobugsdowhattheyhavetodotosurviveMonarchbutterfliesheadsouthtowarmerclimatesAntscrowdindeepundergroundcoloniesandeatfoodtheyhavebeenstoringallyearManyinsectsgointoadeepsleepcalleddiapausesThere’redifferentkindsofdiapauses,butallaresimilartohibernation,atimewhenbiggeranimalsbecomeinactiveinthecoldInsectsgointoaninactiveperiod,too,butitoftenisn’twhenthetemperaturedropsTheyrelyonmoredependablesignalsintheenvironmentForexample,manyinsectscantellhowmuchsunlightthere’seachdayTheyusethattotellthemselveswhentoshutdownBugsarecoldblooded,meaningthattheirinsidetemperatureisthesameastheoutsideTheycan’tmovemuchwhenitgetsbelowdegreesFahrenheitSotheysearchforanywarmplaceThey’relookingforprotectionTheseguyshavebeendoingthisformillionyears,sotheydon’treallyknowthey’recomingintoyourhouseThehomeisarecenteventintermsoftheirevolutionarybehaviorTheyenterthroughtinycracksorcomeinunnoticedonyourclothesorshoesRememberthattheymaybeinvadingyourhomesforwarmthandfood,buttheydon’tcareabouthumansWhatisthepurposeofthefirstparagraphATopointoutthathumansliketostayathomeinwinterBTotellreadersthathumansandbugshavethesamelivinghabitsCTomeanthatbugswillinvadehumans’housesfortheirwinterDToputforwardtheideathatbugsarenotwelcomeinwinterThediapauseofinsectsisAnotthesameastheanimals’hibernationCdonetokeepbugsactiveinwinterWhatdecidesbugs’diapausesAVariousenvironmentalsignalsCThelowerlocaltemperatureBugsinvadehumans’homestoAattackhumansCseekforprotectionWhatwouldbethebesttitleforthetextABugs’LifeonWintryDaysCGoodRelationsbetweenHumansandBugsBappearinginwarmareasalltheyearDadeepsleepsimilartohibernationBTheamountofsunlightDTheinsects’insidetemperatureBlookforenoughfoodDshowtheirevolutionaryresultsBReasonsforBugs’InvasioninwinterDTheDefinitionofDiapausePassageOneofthemostinfluentialmethodsinAmericaneducationcurrentlyistheITIPmethod(InstructionalTheoryintoPractice)There’resevenstepsAnticipatory(前期)SetTheteacherraisestheinterestoftheclassbystartingwithanideathatgetstheirattentionTheideaistohavestudentsbecomefocusedontheimportanceofthelessonObjectiveandPurposeThestudentsaretoldthereasonforthelessonItmightberelatedtowhatwaslearnedyesterdayThestudentsareallowedtoknowwhythey’relearningcertaininformationsotheirnaturalcuriositycanbesatisfiedInputOncethepurposeisclear,theteacherputsnewknowledgebeforethestudentsThismightbetaughtinavarietyofways,includingtheuseoflectures,demonstrations,recordings,orcomputersModelingTheteacherthendemonstratessomeaspectsofthenewinformationAsthestudentswatchtheteachersolveaproblemorcompleteanexperiment,theylearnbywatchingtheirteachermodelhowtousetheinformationsuccessfullyCheckingforUnderstandingAstheteacherpresentsthemodel,theywillaskstudentstoanswerquestionsIt’stheteacher’smajordutytomakesurethatthestudentsarenotconfusedbythelessonSometimes,adiscussionisusedtomakesurethestudents’understandingGuidedPracticeStudentsareoftenaskedtosolvesomeproblemsIndependentPracticeThismeanshomeworkStudentsaresenthometoworkaloneIftheyhavebeentaughtwell,theywillknowexactlywhattodo“AnticipatorySet”islistedfirstbecauseithelpsthestudentstobeAwellsettledintheirseatsBpreparedtotakenotesCveryactiveDinterestedinthelessonAt“”stagenewinformationisgiventothestudentsAObjectiveandPurposeBInputCModelingDGuidedPracticeTheteacherasksstudentsquestionsororganizesadiscussioninordertoACheckforunderstandingBshowteachingpurposeCmakepracticeDdemonstratenewinformationIfastudentwantstograspthenewinformationwell,thefirstthinghemaydoistoAwatchtheteachermodelBdoalotofhomeworkCdeveloptheirinterestsDasksomequestionsIndependentpracticerequiresstudentstocompletetheirhomeworkAingroupsBwiththeirclassmatesCbythemselvesDwiththeirparentsPassageGenerationsofAmericanhavebeenbroughtuptobelievethatagoodbreakfastisessentialtoone’slifeEatingbreakfastatthestartoftheday,wehavebeentoldandtoldagain,isasnecessaryasputtinggasolineinthefamilycarbeforestartingatripButformanypeople,thethoughtoffoodasthefirstthinginthemorningisneverapleasureSoinspiteofalltheefforts,theystilltakenobreakfastBetweenand,thelatestyearforwhichfigurescouldbeobtained,thenumberofpeoplewhodidn’thavebreakfastincreasedbyfrommilliontomillionaccordingtotheChicagobasedMarketResearchCorporationofAmericaForthosewhodislikeeatingbreakfast,however,thereissomegoodnewsSeveralstudiesinthelastfewyearshaveshownthat,forgrownupsespecially,theremaybenothingwrongwithomittingbreakfast,”Goingwithoutbreakfastdoesnotaffectwork,”saidArnoldEBender,formerprofessorofnutritionatQueenElizabethCollegeinLondon,“nordoesgivingpeoplebreakfastimprovework”Scientificevidencelinkingbreakfasttobetterhealthorbetterworkissurprisinglyinadequate,andmostoftherecentworkinvolveschildren,notgrownups”Theliterature,”saysoneresearch,DrEarnestPoliteattheUniversityofTexas,”ispoor”ThemainideaofthepassageisAbreakfasthasnothingtodowithpeople’shealthBagoodbreakfastusedtobeimportanttousCbreakfastisnotasimportanttousasgasolinetoacarDbreakfastisnotasimportantaswethoughtbeforeForthosewhodonottakebreakfast,thegoodnewsisthatAseveralstudieshavebeendoneinthepastfewyearsBtheomissionsofbreakfastdoesnoharmtoone’shealthCgrownupshaveespeciallymadestudiesinthisfieldDeatinglittleinthemorningisgoodforhealthTheunderlinedpart“nordoesgivingpeoplebreakfastimprovework”meansApeoplewithoutbreakfastcanimprovetheirworkBnotgivingpeoplebreakfastimprovesworkChavingbreakfastdoesnotimprovetheirwork,eitherDpeoplehavingbreakfastdoimprovetheirwork,tooTheword“literature”inthelastsentencereferstoAwrittenworksonaparticularsubjectBstories,poems,play,etCCanyprintedmaterialDthemodernliteratureofAmericaWhatisimpliedbutnotstatedbytheauthoristhatAbreakfastdoesnotaffectworkBDrPoliteworksataninstitutionofhigherlearningCnoteatingbreakfastmightaffectthehealthofchildrenDProfessorBenderoncetaughtcollegecoursesinnutritioninLondon三、完形填空(共分每小题分)I’mjustbeginningtofaceuptothefactthatI’mnolongerasyoungasIusedtobeOfcourse,IhadnoticedsometimesthatmybirthdayseemedtocomeratherquicklyandIhadputonquiteabitofButIdidn’treallythinkthesethingswerewithageIsimplyputthemdowntotheincreasedpaceoflifeplusofexerciseInfact,IwasthatIcouldstilleasilypassthirtyfiveitwasjustaquestionofmybodyerectandwearingtherightsortofclothes,Ihavefirmlybelievedinthe“You’reasoldasyoufeel”andasfarasIwas,Ididn’tfeeladaythirtySoitcameasquiteashocktheotherdaywhenIjustgotonabusonmywayhomefromwork,ayoungladymeherseat“It’sallright,thankyou”Ireplied,asmileIwentbackhomeandlookedatthearoundmyeyesinthemirrorMywifewasveryandkeptoncomfortingme,“Ofcourse,you’renotold,darlingYoulookbrilliant“B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