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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(一)

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

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    Even before my father left us, my mother had to go back to work to support our family. Once 

I came out of the kitchen, complaining, “Mum, I can’t peel potatoes. I have only one hand.” 

Mum never looked up from sewing. “You get yourself into that kitchen and peel those potatoes,” 

she told me. “And don’t ever use that as an excuse for anything again!”

In the second grade, our teacher lined up my class on the playground and had each of us race across 

the monkey bars, swinging from one high steel rod to the next. When it was my turn, I shook my 

head. Some kids behind me laughed, and I went home crying.

That night I told Mum about it. She hugged me, and I saw her “we’ll see about that” look. The 

next afternoon, she took me back to school. At the deserted playground, mum looked carefully at 

the bars.

    “Now, pull up with your right arm,” she advised. She stood by as I struggled to lift myself 

with my right hand until I could hook the bar with my other elbow. Day after day we practiced, 

and she praised me for every rung I reached.[来源:学|科|网]

I’ll never forget the next time, crossing the rungs; I looked down at the kids who were standing 

with their mouths open.

One night, after a dance at my new junior high, I lay in bed sobbing. I could hear Mum came into 

my room. “Mum,” I said, weeping, “none of the boys would dance with me.”

For a long time, I didn’t hear anything. Then she said, “Oh, honey, someday you’ll be beating
those boys off with a bat.” Her voice was faint and cracking. I peeked out from my covers to 

see tears running down her cheeks. Then I knew how much she suffered on my behalf. She had never 

let me see her tears.

1.Which of the following expressions can be used most suitably to describe Mum’s attitude when 

she made the child peel potatoes?

A. Serious           B. Strict        C. Cautious      D. Considerate 

2.What does the underlined sentence in Paragraph 4 imply?

A. Mum was determined to prove she herself was better than the teacher.

B. The race across monkey bars was not difficult enough for a child to give up. 

C. What the child had said brought Mum great attraction and curiosity.[

D. Mum believed every aim could be achieved if you stuck to it.

3.When the child looked down at the kids, they were standing with their mouths open because

        .
A. they felt sorry for what they had done before

B. they were afraid the author might fall off and get hurt 

C. they were astonished to find the author’s progress

D. they wanted to see what the author would do on the bars

4.The most probable conclusion we can draw after reading the passage is        . 

A. Mum suffered more in the process of the child’s growth actually

B. the last incident was sad enough to make Mum weep

C. Mum could solve any problem except the one in the last paragraph 

D. the child’s experience reminded Mum of that of her own


   Hilton Shanghai, the city's first international hotel, has been recognized as a top business 

  hotel in Shanghai for its convenient location and outstanding facilities for more than 20 years.

    However, the hotel's newly appointed general manager Gerd Knaust says it is the people that 

make the hotel successful.

    More than 380 employees have been working with the hotel for more than 15 years. Some of them 

have personal relationships with customers.
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''It's a people-relation business,'' Knaust says. ''They really tell me about the stories
in the last 15 years. It's something very nice to listen to. It's also a lasting memory for the 

guests.''

    In fact, over the years, some of the guests have stayed in the hotel 200 or even 300 times. 

Knaust, who has been working in the hospitality industry for more than 30 years, started his career 

as a chef in Germany. During his early 30s, Knaust already moved to the top in the culinary (烹 

调的) field as director of kitchen of Hyatt Regency Cologne in Germany.

    After holding several general manager positions in Mandarin Oriental hotels, Knaust joined 

Hilton International as the general manager to open the Conrad and Doubletree by Hilton at Haitang 

Bay, Sanya in 2010.

When he was appointed as the general manager of Hilton Shanghai in November, he not only was heavily 

involved in recruitment, sales and marketing strategies but also he worked closely with the food 

and beverage team to develop the hotel's restaurant concepts and menus.

    ''I believe that we should offer quality and healthy food.'' he says.

     Knaust believes that a hotel must value the customers' comments on Ctrip, Trip Advisor and 

other platforms, etc.

''It keeps us more on guard to be 100 percent professional,'' he says. 

5.Why do business travelers choose Hilton Shanghai?

A. Because of its location, facilities and good service. 

B. Because it is in Shanghai.

C. Because its general manager is excellent.

D. Because some customers are the staff’s relatives. 

6.From the passage we know        .

A. Hilton Shanghai is the first international hotel in China

B. Gerd Knaust thinks that the staff is the most important in making the hotel successful 

C. Gerd Knaust has worked in Hilton Shanghai for more than 20 years

D. most of the employees in Hilton Shanghai have personal relationships with customers 

7.Knaust joined Hilton International as the general manager to       .

A. start his career as chef 

B. be involved in recruitment
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C. open the Conrad and Doubletree
D. develop the hotel’s restaurant concepts and menus

8.Trip Advisor in the last paragraph but one is likely to be      . 

A. a person who can give you some advice about trip

B. a place where you can have a good trip

C. an organization which can give you some advice 

D. a website where travelers can leave their advice 

9.What is the passage mainly about?

A. First international hotel in Shanghai.      B. How to manage a hotel well. 

C. Knaust's management idea.               D. Knaust's life story.

  The last five pounds. The vanity(虚荣) pounds. The dream weight. The fantasy weight. The high 

school weight. Yes, many names are given to the weight – the five pounds – that seems just out 

of reach no matter how much we exercise and improve our eating habits.

But why is it out of reach? Is it all in our heads? Or is it because the body has a set-point 

or ideal weight – a weight to which it doesn’t want to give in?

“There is no such thing as ideal body weight,” says James, author of “Weight Loss That Lasts.” 

“But your body does resist you when you are trying to lose weight. It gets used to a certain 

weight over a long period of time and then will defend that weight.”

In other words, the body’s “set point” can be lowered – or raised, he says, but it takes time 

to reset that new weight. That period of time is at least six months. “I often ask patients, 

‘What is the lowest stable weight of your adult life?’ to get an idea of what is realistic” 

in terms of weight loss and maintenance(保持), James says.

He refers to the body’s refusal to change, weight-wise, as an “biological control system that 

prevents us from going hungry and dying – part of our primitive(原始的) biology.”

Some people might get down to their dream weight for a short period but then can’t keep it long 

because the calorie limits are too strict once the body starts defending itself against weight 

loss.

“That’s why it’s important to set realistic goals,” he says. “The idea of the ‘ideal weight’ 

or ‘dream weight’ is really just a useless exercise.”
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But let’s say your goal is realistic and has been set by a nutritionist ( 营养师)or other
weight-loss professionals and you are still plateauing. What could be going on? The reason is 

that you need fewer calories the less you weigh. So if you want to continue to drop weight, you 

have to drop calories and increase calorie-burn.

James encourages people to tell the difference between weight loss goals for health reasons and 

those to do with vanity. “They are different issues,” James says. “One is where important health 

benefits are seen and the other is about vanity – wanting to look good in a bathing suit.” 

10.What might a” set-point weight” refer to?

A. A weight that the body doesn’t want to change. 

B. A weight that you have kept for a long time.

C. A weight that you are trying to lose. 

D. A weight that can be raised or lowered.

11.People can’t keep their dream weight for a long time because         . 

A. the body system stops us from hunger

B. the calorie limits are extremely strict

C. we haven’t turned to nutritionists for advice

D. we can’t keep the habits of dieting for six months 

12.What does it mean by saying “you are still plateauing” ? 

A. Your weight keeps increasing.

B. Your weight remains unchanged. 

C. You are still worrying.

D. You are still dreaming.

13.According to the passage, what is James’ most possible attitude towards t weight loss for vanity? 

A. Encouraging.      B. Critical(批判的).

C. Supportive.       D. Neutral(中立的).

 Some houses are designed to be smart. Others have smart designs. An example of the second type of house won an 

Award of Excellence from the American Institute of Architects.

Located on the shore of Sullivan’s Island off the coast of South Carolina, the award-winning cube-shaped beach 

house was built to replace one smashed to pieces by Hurricane(飓风)Hugo 10 years ago. Before Hugo, many new 

houses built along South Carolina’s shoreline were poorly constructed, and enforcement of building rules wasn’t
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strict, according to architect Ray Huff, who created the cleverly-designed beach house. Soon after Hugo, all new 

shoreline houses are required to meet stricter, better-enforced rules. The new beach house on Sullivan’s Island 

should be able to withstand a Level 3 hurricane with peak winds of 179 to 209 kilometers per hour.

At first sight, the house on Sullivan’s Island looks anything but hurricane-proof. Its redwood shell makes it 

resemble “a large party lantern ( 灯 笼 )” at night, according to one observer. But looks can be misleading. The 

house’s wooden frame is reinforced with long steel rods to give it extra strength.

To further protect the house from hurricane damage. Huff raised it 2.7 meters off the ground on timber pilings- 

long, slim wood pieces anchored deep in the sand. Pilings might appear insecure, but they are strong enough to 

support the weight of the house. They also raise the house above storm waves. The pilings allow the waves to run

under the house instead of running into it. ‘These waves come ashore at terrible speeds and cause most of the 

damage done to beach-front buildings,” said Huff.

Huff designed the timber pilings to be partially hidden by the house’s ground-to-roof shell. “The shell masks the 

pilings so that the house doesn’t look like it’s standing with its pant legs (裤腿) pulled up,” said Huff. In the event 

of a storm, the shell should break apart and let the waves rush under the house, the architect explained.

14.After the Hurricane Hugo, new houses built along South Carolina’s shore line are required . 

A. to be easily reinforced B. to meet stricter building standards

C. to look smarter in design D. to be designed in the shape of cubes 

15.Why is the award-winning beach house strong and hurricane-proof?

A. It is in the shape of a shell.       B. It is made of redwood.

C. It is strengthened by steel rods.       D. It is built with timber and concrete.
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