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收藏 纠错 题号:8632676 题型:阅读理解 日期:2019-07-03 试题难度:中等 组卷:278次 引用:12次

Welcome to Holker Hall & Gardens
Visitor Information
    How to Get to Holker
    By Car: Follow brown signs on A590 from J36,M6.
    Approximate travel times: Windermere-20 minutes, Kendal-25 minutes, Lancaster-45 minutes, Manchester-1 hour 30 minutes.
    By Rail: The nearest station is Cark-in-Cartmel with trains to Carnforth, Lancaster and Preston for connections to major cities & airports.
    Opening Times
    Sunday-Friday (closed on Saturday) 11:00 am-4:00 pm, 30th March-2nd November.
    Admission Charges
Hall & Gardens   Gardens
Adults£12.00 £8.00
Groups  £9£5.5
    Special Events
    Producers: Market 13th April
    Join us totaste avariety of fresh local food and drinks. Meet the producers and get some excellent recipe ideas.
    Holker Garden Festival 30th May
    The event celebrates its 22nd anniversary with a great show of the very best of gardening, making it one of the most popular events in gardening.
    National Garden Day 28th August
    Holker once again opens its gardens in aid of the disadvantaged. For just a small donation you can take a tour with our garden guide.
    Winter Market 8th November
    This is an event for all the family. Wander among a variety of shops selling gifs while enjoying a live music show and nice street entertainment.
1.How long does it probably take a tourist to drive to Holker from Manchester?
A.20 minutes.
B.25 minutes.
C.45 minutes.
D.90 minutes.
2.How much should a member of a tour group pay to visit to Hall & Cardens?
3.Which event will you go to if you want to see a live music show?
A.Producers' Market.
B.Holker Garden Festival.
C.National Garden Day.
D.Winter Market.

收藏 纠错 题号:8767357 题型:阅读理解 日期:2019-03-29 试题难度:中等 组卷:16次 引用:3次

    Castle Dale is a small town in central Utah. My grandpa’s farm is a few miles to the north. I grew up there. Milking a cow, feeding the chickens and cutting firewood were daily routines. Grandpa had me carrying a broom to do snow cleaning when it was actually taller than I was. This was the work kids like me learned to do at a young age.
    I was tall, very tall at a really young age. My unusual height caused people to look, ask questions, laugh, tease, and sometimes even challenge me to fight. I was teased cruelly as a kid. It wasn’t fair, I knew, but that was just the way it was. Luckily, I was taught at a very young age a very important lesson. I am different and that’s Okay—I’m unique and I matter. No one could ever take that away from me. I knew this then, and I know this now. That alone helped me through the frustrations and heartaches of normal life.
    When I was in junior high school, I realized something else that helped me cope. Most teasing came from one of two places—people who were either jealous or ignorant (愚昧). I couldn’t change the way they were, but I could change the way I felt. I was not going to feel bad because of their ignorance or jealousy. It wasn’t worth it. Realizing this didn’t stop them, or change the fact that these comments hurt. It did, however, give me a way to understand these people and deal with their treatment in a way that was okay for me.
    These things still happen today. It will probably happen the rest of my life. I will always be 7 feet, 6 inches (2.29 meters) tall. I wouldn’t change that for anything. People will always look because it is not every day that you see someone that tall. I learned that at a young age and I now try to teach my own children that they are unique and they matter. That is the message I give to you. Regardless of your race, religion, background, or circumstances ... Being different is okay.
1.The author mentioned his hometown to show us _______.
A.he is from an ordinary family
B.his grandpa is strict with him
C.he loves this lovely small town
D.he had to do a lot of labor work
2.The author was often teased because _______.
A.he grew up in a small town
B.he was much taller than others
C.he fought with people easily
D.he didn’t want people to watch him
3.What was the author’s attitude towards being teased?
A.He accepted the fact of being different and let it go.
B.He felt angry failing to change others’ opinions.
C.He felt hurt hearing people’s negative comments
D.He hated people’s ignorance and jealousy.
4.Which of the following may best describe the theme of the passage?
A.Everything comes to the man who waits.
B.It is the first step that is troublesome.
C.Speech is silver, silence is gold.
D.Keep your head up.

收藏 纠错 题号:8473440 题型:阅读理解 日期:2019-03-29 试题难度:中等 组卷:72次 引用:9次

    A young woman sits alone in a café sipping tea and reading a book. She pauses briefly to write in a nearby notepad before showing her words to a passing café waiter: "Where are the toilets please?"This is a familiar scene in Tokyo’s so-called "silent cafés", where customers are not allowed to speak, and only communicate by writing in notepads.
    The concept rises by a desire to be alone among young Japanese, a situation brought by economic uncertainty, a shift in traditional family support structures and the growing social isolation. The phenomenon is not limited to coffee shops but covers everything from silent discos, where participants dance alone wearing wireless headphones connected to the DJ, to products such as small desk tents designed for conversation-free privacy in the office. One Kyoto company even offers single women the opportunity to have a "one woman wedding"—a full bridal affair, complete with white dress and ceremony, and the only thing missing is the groom. The trend has its own media expression-“botchi-zoku”, referring to individuals who consciously choose to do things completely on their own.
    One recent weekday afternoon, Chihiro Higashikokubaru, a 23-year-old nurse, travelled 90 minutes from her home, to Tokyo on her day off in order to enjoy some solo time. Speaking quietly at the entrance of the cafe, Miss Higashikokubaru said: “I heard about this place via Twitter and I like the idea of coming here. I work as a nurse and it's always very busy. There are very few quiet places in Tokyo, and it's a big busy city. I just want to come and sit somewhere quietly on my own. I’m going to drink a cup of tea and maybe do some drawings. I like the idea of a quiet, calm atmosphere.”
    The desire to be isolated is not a new concept in Japan, home to an estimated 3.6 million "hikikomori" - a more extreme example of social recluses(隐士) who withdraw completely from society.
1.What is special about the “silent cafes”?
A.It provides various tea and books.
B.It has attracted many popular young people.
C.It offers service by writing not by speaking
D.People are not allowed to communicate.
2.Which of the following statement can’t account for the idea of being alone in Japan?
A.Unstable economic situation
B.A change in traditional family support pattern
C.The rising demand for privacy
D.The increasing social isolation
3.What do we know about Higashikokubaru?
A.She doesn’t like to be a nurse.
B.She doesn’t like the life in big cities.
C.She travelled to Tokyo on her work days.
D.She enjoys her solo time in a quiet place.
4.What is the best title of the passage?
A.Lonely Japanese
B.One woman wedding
C.Social recluses in Japan
D.Silent cafes

收藏 纠错 题号:8202819 题型:阅读理解 日期:2018-10-12 试题难度:较难 组卷:20次 引用:4次

    "Plants were expected to get larger with increased carbon dioxide in the atmosphere, but changes in temperature, humidity (湿度) and nutrient availability seem to have trumped the benefits of increased carbon dioxide," said researchers from the National University of Singapore.
    45 percent of the species studied now reach smaller adult sizes than they did in the past. The researchers pointed out that warmer temperatures and changing habitats, caused by climate change, are possible reasons for the shrinking of creatures."
    We do not yet know the exact mechanisms (机制) involved, or why some organisms are getting smaller while others are unaffected," the researchers said. "Until we understand more, we could be risking negative consequences that we can’t yet quantify."
    The change is big in cold-blooded animals. Only two decades of warmer temperatures are enough to make creatures smaller. An increase of only 1℃ causes nearly a 10 percent increase in metabolism (新陈代谢). Greater use of energy results in tiny tortoises and little lizards. Fish are smaller now too. Though overfishing has played a part in reducing numbers, experiments show that warmer temperatures also stop fish growing.
    Warm-blooded animals aren’t immune (免除) from the size change caused by climate change. Many birds are now smaller. Red deer are weaker. And polar bears are smaller, compared with historical records.
    This isn’t the first time that has happened in Earth’s history. 55 million years ago, a warming event similar to the current climate change caused bees, spiders and ants to shrink by 50 to 75 percent over several thousand years. That event happened over a longer time than the current climate change.
    The speed of modern climate change could mean organisms may not respond or adapt quickly enough, especially those with long generation times. So, it is likely that more negative influences of climate change will be shown in the future.
1.What does the text mainly talk about?
A.Why some species become smaller.
B.How climate changes in Earth’s history.
C.Climate change has many negative effects.
D.Species are becoming smaller as climate gets warmer.
2.The underlined word "trumped" in Paragraph 1 probably means "                     ".
3.Researchers from the National University of Singapore believe that                .
A.they have found the exact causes for creatures gettingsmaller
B.increase in energy use can lead to creatures getting smaller
C.climate change has more negative effects on warm-blooded animals
D.all the animals on the earth have become smaller
4.What does the author feel about the climate change?

收藏 纠错 题号:8726861 题型:七选五 日期:2019-06-13 试题难度:中等 组卷:51次 引用:7次

    Many people think of guys as being carefree when it comes to their appearance. But in fact, a lot of guys spend plenty of time in front of the mirror. They care just as much as girls do about their body image.
    Body image is a person’s opinions and feelings about his or her own body and physical appearance.① You appreciate your body for its capabilities and accept its imperfections.② Here are some ideas.
Recognize your strengths.
    Different body types are good for different things. What does your body do well? Maybe your speed, strength, or coordination makes you better than others at a certain sport. That may be basketball, table tennis, mountain biking, dancing, or even running. Or perhaps you have non-sports skills, like drawing, painting, singing, playing a musical instrument, writing, or acting.③
Exercise regularly.
    Exercise can help you look well and feel good about yourself. Good physiques (体形) don’t just happen.④ A healthy habit can be as simple as exercising 20 minutes to 1 hour three days a week. Working out can also lift your spirits.
Respect your body.
    Practicing good habits-regular showering; taking care of your teeth, hair, and skin; wearing clean clothes, and so on—can help you build a positive body image.
    Your body is just one part of who you are. Your talent for comedy a quick wit (智慧), and all the other things make you unique. So try not to let small imperfections take over.
A. Be yourself.
B. Just explore talents that you feel good about.
C. So, what can you do to develop a positive body image?
D. Use this as an opportunity to discover what you’re good at.
E. The good news is that self-image and body image can be changed.
F. They take hard work, regular workouts, and a healthy diet.
G. Having a positive body image means feeling satisfied with the way you look.

收藏 纠错 题号:8561033 题型:完形填空 日期:2019-03-29 试题难度:中等 组卷:50次 引用:3次

    When my wife, Jane, and I were 16, we were in the same class. About a week before Thanksgiving Day, we found out that our teacher Edward was having some    1    challenges. We wanted to do something to help, so as a class we    2    to gather food, clothing and gifts to    3    his family had a good Thanksgiving Day.
    When Jane told her family about our plan, her mother was    4    . Together they searched their house for things they could    5    . Her mother went to the kitchen,    6    a big turkey and saying, “Thanksgiving Day won’t be    7    without a turkey dinner.” To this day, Jane remembers how moved she was by her mother's    8    .
    Before making our    9    , we said a prayer of appreciation for the wonderful    10    to help others. I will never forget the surprised    11    of our teacher and his wife when they    12    the door; their four children gathered around them as we handed out the gifts. It was a cold night; we all felt warm inside,    13    .
    Last month while I was in a meeting, my secretary informed me, “Your high school teacher Mr. Edward is wondering if you could    14    him a few minutes. He’s sitting in your office right now!”
    I left my meeting and went to my office    15    . My teacher and I hugged and began to56   the last    16    years. He told me he    17    remembered that cold winter night when we brought the    18    of Thanksgiving Day to his family. The food and gifts were certainly    19      , but what warmed his heart that night was to see a group of teenagers who understood the    20    of Thanksgiving Day.
1.A.financial    B.personal    C.academic    D.typical
2.A.applied    B.determined    C.attempted    D.preferred
3.A.figure out    B.point out    C.make sense    D.make sure
4.A.satisfied    B.puzzled    C.amazed    D.touched
5.A.separate    B.donate    C.distribute    D.collect
6.A.breaking up    B.breaking down    C.pulling out    D.pulling down
7.A.traditional    B.usual    C.complete    D.basic
8.A.honesty    B.generosity    C.pity    D.curiosity
9.A.decision    B.contact    C.delivery    D.contribution
10.A.opportunity    B.gift    C.deal    D.memory
11.A.expression    B.sorrow    C.impression    D.laugh
12.A.pushed    B.reached    C.dragged    D.answered
13.A.again    B.anyhow    C.though    D.enough
14.A.wait    B.spare    C.spend    D.save
15.A.hurriedly    B.nervously    C.proudly    D.worriedly
16.A.come up with    B.look back on    C.keep up with    D.get hold of
17.A.just    B.still    C.even    D.already
18.A.experience    B.excitement    C.pleasure    D.warmth
19.A.appreciated    B.offered    C.accepted    D.consumed
20.A.spirit    B.symbol    C.history    D.intention

收藏 纠错 题号:8767380 题型:语法填空 日期:2018-10-18 试题难度:中等 组卷:56次 引用:2次

    Keeping a diary in English is one of the most ①(effect) ways to improve our English writing ability. ②(compare) with other forms of writing, it is shorter and takes ③(little) time. It can help us to develop the habit of thinking in English. ④ we persist in this practice, gradually we’ll learn how to express ourselves in English. In keeping a diary in English, we certainly run up against many ⑤(difficult)In the first place, ⑥often happens that we have trouble finding appropriate words and phrases to give expression to our mind. Secondly, there are many idiomatic ways of saying things in Chinese. And it is extremely hard for us to put them into English properly. As far as I ⑦(concern), my ⑧(suggest) is that we should always have a notebook and a Chinese-English dictionary within easy reach . Whenever something beats us, we can first put it down in our notebook and then consult our dictionary. We can also turn to our English teacher for help, if necessary. In short, I believe that it is ⑨great use to keep a diary in English for ⑩ development of our writing skills.

收藏 纠错 题号:8726948 题型:短文改错 日期:2018-09-13 试题难度:中等 组卷:30次 引用:4次

    It was raining hardly outside, that made it difficult for me to go home for lunch. Just as I was wondering what I should eat at noon, I saw a familiar figure passed by our classroom. I rushed out and it was my mother, who is already in the fifties, that brought me lunch, in spite the heavy rain. In China, many parents make great sacrifices for our children. But what had the children done in return?All too often, most children just take it for granted that their parents should serve for them unconditionally. My dear mum or dad, thank you very much for bringing me up. How shall I do for you?

收藏 纠错 题号:8767395 题型:书面表达 日期:2018-09-13 试题难度:中等 组卷:14次

随着经济的发展,越来越多的文化遗产(cultural relics)遭到破坏。假设你是红星中学高中生李华,请给当地报社写一封信,就以下两个方面谈谈你的看法,以纪念6月10日的“世界文化遗产日(the World Cultural Heritage Day)”。
Dear Editor,
    I am Li Hua, a senior student from Hong Xing High School.
Li Hua



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