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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(二)

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

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With the Tesla Roadster and other plug­in (插入式) electric vehicles hitting the road,demand 

is growing for accessible refueling points to recharge them. Carbon Day Automotive, a Chicago­based 

company,has now demonstrated a solar­powered recharging point, known as the Solar Plug­In Station, 

which lets motorists easily charge their cars using electricity that has been produced without 

any environmental damage.

The Solar Plug­In Station has gone on show in Chicago as part of the city’s bid to host the 2016 

Olympic Games. According to Carbon Day Automotive,the Solar Plug­In Station on show in Chicago 

is part of the vital infrastructure(基础设施) required for electric vehicles in Chicago and was 

the focus of a recent visit by the International Olympic Committee.

These solar­powered electricity points will be used daily to fuel the city’s electric vehicles 

with power from the sun. By producing the electricity from pollution­free solar cell, the CO2 

emissions are reduced to zero.

“Solar energy and electric vehicles are a partnership that is one more step to reducing our 

dependence on foreign oil,” says Richard Lowenthal, CEO of Coulomb Technologies.Coulomb 

Technologies recently developed the components (部件) required for individual recharging stations, 

marketed as ChargePoint Networked Charging Stations.Carbon Day Automotive is the Midwest 

distributor for the ChargePoint stations. The Solar Plug­In Station consists of giant solar panels 

(电池板) that shade the tiny ChargePoint Networked Charging Station.The solar panel is connected
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to an underground battery pack,ready for everyday refueling.

“Without these stations it would be like driving around in a traditional car without the 

availability of gas stations,” says Scott Emalfarb,CEO at Carbon Day.“The day of true plug­in 

electric vehicles will be here sooner than most people realize and the world needs to be ready 

to accommodate them.”

1.The Solar Plug­In Station is used as part of the bid to host the Olympics mainly because . 

A. it’s environmentally friendly

B. it makes up for the lack of electricity

C. it’s a new idea and attracts people’s attention 

D. it brings convenience to electric vehicle users 

2.We can learn from the passage that         .

A. to recharge the electric vehicles takes a long time 

B. the Solar Plug­In Station will come into use in 2016

C. the Solar Plug­In Station has gone on show internationally 

D. Chicago is promoting the use of electric vehicles

3.According to the passage,how many of the following statements are TRUE?

a. Tesla Roadster is a kind of plug­in electric vehicle.

b. The Solar Plug­In Station uses solar power to charge all of the cars.

c. Chicago is a city,which is rich in oil.

d. The Solar Plug­In Station consists of underground battery packs.

e. Scott Emalfarb is optimistic about the future of plug­in electric vehicles. 

A.2.          B.3.             C.4.               D.5.

4.The passage implies that when the Solar Plug­In Station becomes popular,        . 

A. more visitors will come to Chicago

B. the citizens of Chicago will be able to go to work faster 

C. more space for electric vehicles will be needed

D. the cost of electric vehicles will be lower than traditional cars 

5.What would be the best title for the passage?

A. Chicago Will Soon Be Full of Electric Vehicles
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B. Chicago Calls on People to Buy Electric Vehicles
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C. Chicago Fights for Its Bid to Host the 2016 Olympics 

D. Chicago Shows Its Solar­powered Recharging Stations


  Saving money is easy when you don’t have anything to spend it on, but what happens when things 

come suddenly that demand some of your hard-earned money? These are called expenses (开销).

Chances are, most of your basic living expenses — food, shelter, clothing, medical care — are 

covered by your family. But perhaps you and your family have agreed that you’ll pay for certain 

other expenses out of your own money, such as cell phone bills, after-school snacks, jewelry, 

or club fees (费用).

Expenses that happen regularly, like every week or month, are called “fixed” expenses. The good 

news is that because you know when these expenses are coming, you can plan for them. But life 

is full of surprises, and sometimes these surprises turn into expenses, too. You might have an 

emergency like fixing a flat tire on your bike, or something unusual like the class trip to Six 

Flags. These are called “unexpected” expenses and if you are smart with your money, you’ll 

plan for these as well.

Here’s a secret when it comes to saving money: if you think of it as a regular expense, it’ll 

be easier to put a certain amount aside. Tell yourself that the $20.00 you are trying to save 

up every month is something you must do, and there’s no getting around it.

What kinds of fixed expenses do you have? Can you think of any unexpected expenses that have come 

up for you in the past? Can you think of any you might have now or in the near future?

6.Which of the following expenses is most probably paid out of your own money? 

A. Money spent on medicine.       B. Money spent on clothing.

C. Money spent on sports.         D. Money spent on meals.

7.Which of the following is an “unexpected” expense? 

A. Changing a new tire.     B. House rent.

C. Buying snacks.           D. Paying for cell phone bill. 

8.According to the author, what can make saving money easier? 

A. Trying your best to prevent emergencies.

B. Earning as much as you can after class. 

C. Cutting most of your expenses.
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D. Putting some money aside as a regular expense.

9.The underlined part in the 4th paragraph means “              ”. 

A. you can’t let out this secret

B. there is no other choice

C. you have other solutions to it

D. there’s no point in arguing about it

 When you go to the doctor, you like to come away with a prescription.It makes you feel better to know you will 

get some medicine. But the doctor knows that medicine is not always needed. Sometimes all a sick person needs is 

some reassurance that all will be well. In such cases the doctor may prescribe a placebo.

A placebo is a sugar pill, a harmless shot, or ail empty capsule. Even though they have no medicine in them, these 

things seem to make people well. The patient thinks it is medicine and begins to get better. How does this happen? 

The study of the placebo opens up new knowledge about the way the human body can heal itself. It is as if there 

was a doctor in each of us. The doctor will heal the body for us if we let it. But it is not yet known just how the 

placebo works to heal the body. Some people say it works because the human mind fools itself. These people say 

that if the mind is fooled into thinking it got medicine, then it will act as if it did, and the body will feel better.

Placebos do not always work. The success of this treatment seems to rest a lot with the relationship between the 

patient and the doctor. If the patient has a lot of trust in the doctor and if the doctor really wants to help the patient, 

then the placebo is more likely to work. So in a way, the doctor is the most powerful placebo of all.

A placebo can also have bad effects. If patients expect a bad reaction to medicine, then they will also show a bad 

reaction to the placebo. This would seem to show that a lot of how you react to medicine is in your mind rather than 

in your body. Some doctors still think that if the placebo can have bad effects it should never be used. They think 

there is still not enough known about it.

The strange power of the placebo does seem to suggest that the human mind is stronger than we think it is. There 

are people who say you can heal your body by using your mind. And the interesting thing is that even people who

swear this is not possible have been healed by a placebo.

10.What do we know about placebo according to the passage? 

A. It contains some sort of medicine.

B. It won’t function if you are negative about medicine. 

C. People who don’t believe placebo can’t be healed by it.

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D. Patients and doctors know clearly how it helps to heal the body. 

11.Why is the doctor sometimes the most powerful placebo?

A. The patient needs help badly.

B. The patient believes in the doctor.

C. The doctor knows better about your body. 

D. The doctor has carefully studied medicine.

12.What does the underlined word “it” in Paragraph 5 refer to? 

A. The placebo.

B. The bad effect. 

C. The body.

D. The medicine.

13.What is the passage mainly about? 

A. Placebo:Work on Your Mind

B. Placebo:The Most Powerful Medicine 

C. Placebo:The Best Doctor

D. Placebo:Heal Your Body

  On a Friday night, a poor young artist stood at the gate of the New York railway station, playing his violin. The 

music was so great that many people stopped to put some money into the hat of the young man.

    The next day, the young artist came to the same place, and put his hat on the ground gracefully. Different from 

the day before, he took out a large piece of paper and laid it under his hat. Then he began to play the violin. It 

sounded more pleasant than ever.

    Soon he was surrounded with people who were attracted by the words on that paper. It said, “Last night, a 

gentleman named George Sang put an important thing into my hat by mistake. Please come to claim ( 认 领 ) it 

soon.”

    After about half an hour, a middle-aged man rushed through the crowd to the violinist and said, “Yes, it’s you. 

I knew that you were an honest man and would certainly come here.” The young violinist asked calmly, “Are you 

Mr George Sang?” The man nodded. The violinist asked, “Did you lose something?” “It’s a lottery ticket,” said the 

man. The violinist took out a lottery ticket on which George Sang’s name was seen. “Is it?” he asked. George 

nodded and took the lottery ticket and kissed it, then danced with the violinist.

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    The violinist was a student at an arts college and had planned to attend advanced studies in Vienna. Later his 

classmate asked the violinist, “At that time you needed money to pay the tuition (学费)and you had to play the 

violin in the railway station every day to make money. Why didn’t you keep the lottery ticket for yourself?”

    The violinist said, “Although I don’t have much money, I live happily. But if I lose honesty I won’t be happy 

forever.” Through our lives, we can gain a lot and lose so much. But being honest should always be with us.

14.What did the young artist do at the railway station on Friday?

   A. He played the violin to make some money. 

   B. He waited for the train to Vienna.

   C. He came to buy a train ticket to Vienna.

  D. He walked around the New York railway station.

15.According to the words on the paper, which sentence below is TRUE?

   A. It asked a gentleman named George Sang to claim his hat.

  B. It asked a gentleman named George Sang to claim his important thing. 

   C. It was a lottery ticket and he needed to find the owner.

   D. It was a lottery ticket and the owner is unknown.


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