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              重庆市中山外国语学校高 2019 届模拟训练英语之
                                   阅读理解(十)

                            (考试时间:40 分钟         试卷满分:30 分)

注意事项:

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   We have two daughters: Kristen is seven years old and Kelly is four. Last Sunday evening, we 

invited some people home for dinner. I dressed them nicely for the party, and told them that their 

job was to join Mommy in answering the door when the bell rang. Mommy would introduce them to 

the guests, and then they would take the guests’ coats upstairs and put them on the bed in the 

second bedroom.

The guests arrived. I introduced my two daughters to each of them. The adults were nice and kind 

and said how lucky we were to have such good kids.

Each of the guests made a particular fuss over Kelly, the younger one, admiring her dress, her 

hair and her smile. They said she was a remarkable girl to be carrying coats upstairs at her age. 

I thought to myself that we adults usually make a big “to do” over the younger one because she’s 

the one who seems more easily hurt. We do it with the best of intentions.

But we seldom think of how it might affect the other child. I was a little worried that Kristen 

would feel she was being outshined. I was about to serve dinner when I realized that she had been 

missing for twenty minutes. I ran upstairs and found her in the bedroom, crying.

I said, “What are you doing, my dear?”

She turned to me with a sad expression and said, “Mommy, why don’t people like me the way they 

like my sister? Is it because I’m not pretty? Is that why they don’t say nice things about me 

as much?”
I tried to explain to her, kissing and hugging her to make her feel better.

Now, whenever I visit a friend’s home, I make it a point to speak to the elder child first. 

1.The underlined expression make a big to do over (paragraph 4) means     .

A. show much concern about             B. have a special effect on

    C. list jobs to be done for                    D. do good things for

2. The guests praised Kelly for carrying coats upstairs because of her     .

    A. beautiful hair                          B. pretty clothes

    C. lovely smile                            D. young age 

3.Kristen felt sad and cried because      .

the guest gave her more coats to carry 

she didn’t look as pretty as Kelly

the guests praised her sister more than her 

her mother didn’t introduce her to the guests

4. We can conclude from the passage that     .

parents should pay more attention to the elder children 

the younger children are usually more easily hurt

people usually like the younger children more 

adults should treat children equally


 There is a quote by William Purkey, a well-known professor of education, that goes, “Dance like 

no one is watching, love like you’ll never be hurt, sing like no one is listening, and live like 

it’s heaven on earth.” I seems like the perfect life philosophy---and one I’ve learned to apply 

to running over the year.

But I didn’t always feel this way. In my early days, when I weighed 240 pounds, I ran like everyone 

was watching---and judging. If I was on a run and saw a car approaching, I’d stop and pretend 

I was looking for something I’d lost I bought the high-tech gear and clothes that I thought would 

make people believe I was a runner. And I didn’t have a clue if the expensive shoes I was wearing 

were the right kind for me---I just wanted to look like I fit in with this group.

To be honest, I felt a certain satisfaction in believing that someone was watching. I really thought
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that other people cared about my performance. The best example of this was a combined, two-lap 

marathon in Florence, Italy. As I approached the finishing line, the crowd began to cheer. I was 

surprised. Here I was, thousands of miles from home, and the Italians were shouting for 

“IIPenguino.”

About 20 yards from the finishing, the truth set in when the winner of the full marathon went 

past me as I was finishing the half-marathon. No one was cheering for me. no one probably even 

noticed that I was finishing. I couldn’t help but smile at my own illusion of self-importance. 

That’s when I realized I had been running for every reason except the right one. I ran to make 

other people happy, ran to live up to their expectations. But no one was watching---no one cared. 

So I decided I was going to run for me---just me---and gained a new enjoyment from the sport I 

hadn’t truly experienced yet. I’ve learned to run like no one is watching.

So if you see me at race, and I look like a 60-year-old guy waddling(蹒跚)along, don’t worry. 

I’m fine. The miracle isn’t that I finished. The miracle is that I had the courage to start. 

5.The writer begins her anecdote by           .

A. telling her running story   B. explaining a life philosophy

C. listing some life rules   D. introducing a quotation

6.It can be inferred from paragraph 2 that the writer          .

A. used sports clothes and shoes to attract attention

B. was concerned about what others thought of her

C. liked to be the focus other runners

D. struggled to find the right shoes to fit her

7.When the writer was near the finishing line,             .

A. she smiled at her own achievement

B. the crowd cheered for her madly

C. nobody really cared about her running

D. She realized the importance of confidence

8.By telling her own story, the writer wanted to            .

A. tell us to live a life of our own

B. inspire more people to run

C. expect us to improve our health by running
D. stress the importance of determination

  Life affects (影响) friendships. As we grow, marry, fight in wars, move across the country or 

change jobs, old friendships fall away and new ones form. As long as we live, the things around 

us change, and as long as things change, friendships are affected.

When we were children we had best friends. No matter what happened we were still friends. We live 

our lives, however, and do what life calls for us to do, and as we get older, memories fade (逐 

渐消失), faces blur (变得模糊不清), and even friends' names from childhood are forgotten.

Do you have a question about friendship? Do you wonder what to do with a friend who is no longer 

friendly? Perhaps you will see that you can't control others. If someone wants to be your friend, 

it is their choice. All you can do is treat them well and do the best for them when you are with 

them. Then you wish them well when they leave.

You can talk to old timers and they will tell you that life is full of incredible (难以置信的) 

joy and incredible sorrow, and that what bothers you today will one day become a memory and the 

sting (痛苦) will be gone. Seniors might tell you that you will learn more as you get older. They 

will tell you that friendships come and friendships go.Sometimes when they go it will hurt, but 

you will be okay with it.It's the way life works, after all.

9. The text is most probably taken from a  

A. science newspaper   B. novel

C. health magazine      D. Psychology book

10.   What can we learn about friendship, according?

A. Friends in childhood are sometimes forgotten by bus.

B. Friends are always around us and will never go away.

C. Friends in childhood ae the best no matter what happens.

D. Friendship can not be easily affected by one’s family.

11. What does the underlines words “old timers” mean in the last paragraph?

A. Rich people   B. Old People

C. Kind People   D. Smart People

12. The text mainly tells us 

A. How to deal with unfriendly People
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B. that childhood friendship is valuable

C. how to face the change in friendship

D. how to share happiness with friends

  Breakfast is the most important meal of the day. It is also the most neglect (忽视). Common 

reasons for not eating breakfast include having no time, not feeling hungry, traditional dislike 

and dieting.

Breakfast simply means “break the fast’’. Your body spends at least 6 to 12 hours each night 

in a fasting state. In the morning your body needs energy for the day’s work ahead.

A good breakfast should provide 1/3 of your total calorie(卡路里)needs for the day. On average, 

we eat 400 less calories for breakfast than for dinner. If breakfast doesn’t appeal (吸引) to 

you in the morning, try eating a lighter dinner earlier in the evening or save half of your dinner 

for breakfast in the morning.

If you still aren’t hungry in the morning, start with something small like juice or toast or 

have a nutritious (有营养的) mid-morning snack (小吃) later when you are hungry.

So, you say you are on a diet. Some people fear that eating breakfast will make them hungrier 

during the day and they will eat more. It is true that eating breakfast is likely to make you 

feel hungry throughout the day. That is because your body is working correctly. Although you may 

feel as if you are eating more all day long, in reality you are probably not.

Not eating breakfast can also cause you overeat, since a fall in blood sugar often makes you feel 

very hungry later. To make matters worse, since your body is in a slow state, it will not be able 

to burn those extra calories very efficiently (有效). If you feed your body healthy snacks and 

meals throughout the day, you are less likely to become hungry and stuff (填饱) yourself as soon 

as you begin to eat.

Since breakfast is the first and most important meal of the day, choosing the right food is important. 

The best breakfast foods are fruits, juice, lean meat and grain products such as bread, rice, 

noodles and cereals.

13.What is the meaning of the word “fast” in the phrase “break the fast”? 

A. movement                B. going without food
C. quickness                D. certain kind of food
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14.If you don’t want to have breakfast in the morning, according to the writer’s suggestion, 

you should        .

A. see a doctor to have an examination 

B. have a little supper

C. go to a restaurant to enjoy a good meal 

D. have a good supper

15.Eating breakfast, in fact, makes your body         . 

A. work out of order    B. produce too much energy

C. work well           D. feel hungry quicker
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