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2013-2014学年山西省太原五中高二3月月考英语试卷(带解析)

适用年级:高二 | 试卷年份:2014年 | 省份:山西 | 试卷类型:月考试卷 | 上传日期:累计组卷次数 | 下载word版

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阅读下面材料,在空白处填入适当的内容(不多于三个单词)或括号内单词的正确形式。
Here is my idea about   【小题1】   a friend is like. Firstly, a friend is someone you can    【小题2】   your secrets with. If you    【小题3】   him a secret, never   【小题4】  he talk about it with anybody else. Besides, a friend is always a good    【小题5】  ( listen ) when you need one. After hearing your sad stories, he will say some words that are nice and warm. Still, your    【小题6】 ( happy ) makes him happy too. What’s    【小题7】  , a good friend is    【小题8】  (will) to offer the help which you need, or can at least give you some advice. In    【小题9】   word, friends are those you like and trust, and those you will enjoy every minute that you spend    【小题10】  .

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根据句后的汉语意思填入适当的短语以完成句子。(共10小题;每小题1分,满分10分)
【小题1】Every year ________ ________ ________ ________ inland visitors pour into HK, which  indeed causes inconvenience to the local people.
【小题2】The Internet now is ________ ________ ________ ________ in our life. (扮演着重要的角色) 
【小题3】Let’s raise our glasses and ________ ________ the happy marriage of the bride and bridegroom. (为......干杯) 
【小题4】There’s no need for you to worry about accommodation; it is a ________ ________. (寄宿学校)
【小题5】He ________ his survival ________ luck. (归功于)
【小题6】The area is peaceful ________ ________ some small conflicts between villagers. (除了)
【小题7】How can he focus on his homework, ________ the music ________ so loudly? (在音乐播得这么大声的情况下) 
【小题8】—Hey, Linda, do you know that we won’t have any classes this Saturday?
—Really? ________ ________, I will go backpacking in Tianlong Mountain. (如果这样的话)
【小题9】Don’t forget to ________ your address card ________ your travel suitcase so that it can be returned if lost by accident. (贴上)
【小题10】________ ________ ________ class is a basic requirement for a qualified teacher. (按时上课)

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完型填空

阅读下面短文,掌握其大意,然后从各题所给的四个选项(A、B、C、D)中,选出最佳选项。
Tom was a businessman and he suffered many failures in his career, which made him a depressed(沮丧的)man, he often complained that others had been playing tricks on him. One day he told his wife he was so       with the city that he had to leave.
So his family moved to        city. In the evening of a weekend, Tom and his wife were busy        up their new home        the light suddenly went out. So they had to ___    work. Tom was regretful to have forgotten to bring along candles and had to wait       in a low mood. Just then he heard slight, hesitant knocks on his door that sounded clear in the        night.
“Who’s it?” he wondered, since Tom had no        in the new city. And this was the moment he especially disliked being disturbed.       , he went reluctantly(不情愿地) to the door and opened it impatiently. At the door was a little girl, shyly asking, “Sir, do you have        ? I’m your neighbor.” “No,” answered Tom in anger and shut the door violently. “What a nuisance(讨厌的人)!” he complained over it with his wife. “No sooner had we settled down       the neighbor came to        things.” After a while, the door was knocked       . He opened it and found the same girl outside. But this time she was holding two candles, saying, “My grandma told me the new neighbor downstairs might need candles. She         me here to give you these .” Tom was very __    by what he saw. When he became fully aware, he said, “Thank you and your     . God bless you!”
At that moment he suddenly realized what caused his        in life. It was his       and harshness(刻薄)with other people. The person who had cheated him in life was       nobody else but himself, for he had fallen for his unsympathetic       .

【小题1】9 a6 ?2 V4 C: Y, P0 ^5 H$ H5 H 
A.inspired9 a6 ?2 V4 C: Y, P0 ^5 H$ H5 H B.satisfied9 a6 ?2 V4 C: Y, P0 ^5 H$ H5 H C.encouraged 9 a6 ?2 V4 C: Y, P0 ^5 H$ H5 H D.disappointed9 a6 ?2 V4 C: Y, P0 ^5 H$ H5 H 
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【小题2】9 a6 ?2 V4 C: Y, P0 ^5 H$ H5 H 
A.the other9 a6 ?2 V4 C: Y, P0 ^5 H$ H5 H B.other 9 a6 ?2 V4 C: Y, P0 ^5 H$ H5 H C.another9 a6 ?2 V4 C: Y, P0 ^5 H$ H5 H D.every9 a6 ?2 V4 C: Y, P0 ^5 H$ H5 H 
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【小题3】9 a6 ?2 V4 C: Y, P0 ^5 H$ H5 H 
A.looking9 a6 ?2 V4 C: Y, P0 ^5 H$ H5 H B.cleaning9 a6 ?2 V4 C: Y, P0 ^5 H$ H5 H C.turning9 a6 ?2 V4 C: Y, P0 ^5 H$ H5 H D.ending9 a6 ?2 V4 C: Y, P0 ^5 H$ H5 H 
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【小题4】9 a6 ?2 V4 C: Y, P0 ^5 H$ H5 H 
A.where9 a6 ?2 V4 C: Y, P0 ^5 H$ H5 H B.that9 a6 ?2 V4 C: Y, P0 ^5 H$ H5 H C.why9 a6 ?2 V4 C: Y, P0 ^5 H$ H5 H D.when9 a6 ?2 V4 C: Y, P0 ^5 H$ H5 H 
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【小题5】9 a6 ?2 V4 C: Y, P0 ^5 H$ H5 H 
A.continue9 a6 ?2 V4 C: Y, P0 ^5 H$ H5 H B.quit9 a6 ?2 V4 C: Y, P0 ^5 H$ H5 H C.start9 a6 ?2 V4 C: Y, P0 ^5 H$ H5 H D.change9 a6 ?2 V4 C: Y, P0 ^5 H$ H5 H 
9 a6 ?2 V4 C: Y, P0 ^5 H$ H5 H 
【小题6】9 a6 ?2 V4 C: Y, P0 ^5 H$ H5 H 
A.helplessly9 a6 ?2 V4 C: Y, P0 ^5 H$ H5 H B.happily9 a6 ?2 V4 C: Y, P0 ^5 H$ H5 H C.patiently 9 a6 ?2 V4 C: Y, P0 ^5 H$ H5 H D.hopefully9 a6 ?2 V4 C: Y, P0 ^5 H$ H5 H 
9 a6 ?2 V4 C: Y, P0 ^5 H$ H5 H 
【小题7】9 a6 ?2 V4 C: Y, P0 ^5 H$ H5 H 
A.noisy9 a6 ?2 V4 C: Y, P0 ^5 H$ H5 H B.quiet9 a6 ?2 V4 C: Y, P0 ^5 H$ H5 H C.dark9 a6 ?2 V4 C: Y, P0 ^5 H$ H5 H D.crowded9 a6 ?2 V4 C: Y, P0 ^5 H$ H5 H 
9 a6 ?2 V4 C: Y, P0 ^5 H$ H5 H 
【小题8】9 a6 ?2 V4 C: Y, P0 ^5 H$ H5 H 
A.friend9 a6 ?2 V4 C: Y, P0 ^5 H$ H5 H B.consultant9 a6 ?2 V4 C: Y, P0 ^5 H$ H5 H C.stranger9 a6 ?2 V4 C: Y, P0 ^5 H$ H5 H D.adolescent9 a6 ?2 V4 C: Y, P0 ^5 H$ H5 H 
9 a6 ?2 V4 C: Y, P0 ^5 H$ H5 H 
【小题9】9 a6 ?2 V4 C: Y, P0 ^5 H$ H5 H 
A.So9 a6 ?2 V4 C: Y, P0 ^5 H$ H5 H B.However9 a6 ?2 V4 C: Y, P0 ^5 H$ H5 H C.Though9 a6 ?2 V4 C: Y, P0 ^5 H$ H5 H D.In case9 a6 ?2 V4 C: Y, P0 ^5 H$ H5 H 
9 a6 ?2 V4 C: Y, P0 ^5 H$ H5 H 
【小题10】9 a6 ?2 V4 C: Y, P0 ^5 H$ H5 H 
A.lights9 a6 ?2 V4 C: Y, P0 ^5 H$ H5 H B.tricks9 a6 ?2 V4 C: Y, P0 ^5 H$ H5 H C.candles9 a6 ?2 V4 C: Y, P0 ^5 H$ H5 H D.failures9 a6 ?2 V4 C: Y, P0 ^5 H$ H5 H 
9 a6 ?2 V4 C: Y, P0 ^5 H$ H5 H 
【小题11】9 a6 ?2 V4 C: Y, P0 ^5 H$ H5 H 
A.when9 a6 ?2 V4 C: Y, P0 ^5 H$ H5 H B.that9 a6 ?2 V4 C: Y, P0 ^5 H$ H5 H C.than9 a6 ?2 V4 C: Y, P0 ^5 H$ H5 H D.while9 a6 ?2 V4 C: Y, P0 ^5 H$ H5 H 
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【小题12】9 a6 ?2 V4 C: Y, P0 ^5 H$ H5 H 
A.borrow9 a6 ?2 V4 C: Y, P0 ^5 H$ H5 H B.sell9 a6 ?2 V4 C: Y, P0 ^5 H$ H5 H C.purchase9 a6 ?2 V4 C: Y, P0 ^5 H$ H5 H D.lend9 a6 ?2 V4 C: Y, P0 ^5 H$ H5 H 
9 a6 ?2 V4 C: Y, P0 ^5 H$ H5 H 
【小题13】9 a6 ?2 V4 C: Y, P0 ^5 H$ H5 H 
A.suddenly9 a6 ?2 V4 C: Y, P0 ^5 H$ H5 H B.too9 a6 ?2 V4 C: Y, P0 ^5 H$ H5 H C.constantly9 a6 ?2 V4 C: Y, P0 ^5 H$ H5 H D.again9 a6 ?2 V4 C: Y, P0 ^5 H$ H5 H 
9 a6 ?2 V4 C: Y, P0 ^5 H$ H5 H 
【小题14】9 a6 ?2 V4 C: Y, P0 ^5 H$ H5 H 
A.suggested9 a6 ?2 V4 C: Y, P0 ^5 H$ H5 H B.sent9 a6 ?2 V4 C: Y, P0 ^5 H$ H5 H C.forbade9 a6 ?2 V4 C: Y, P0 ^5 H$ H5 H D.forced9 a6 ?2 V4 C: Y, P0 ^5 H$ H5 H 
9 a6 ?2 V4 C: Y, P0 ^5 H$ H5 H 
【小题15】9 a6 ?2 V4 C: Y, P0 ^5 H$ H5 H 
A.frightened9 a6 ?2 V4 C: Y, P0 ^5 H$ H5 H B.surprised9 a6 ?2 V4 C: Y, P0 ^5 H$ H5 H C.puzzled9 a6 ?2 V4 C: Y, P0 ^5 H$ H5 H D.pleased9 a6 ?2 V4 C: Y, P0 ^5 H$ H5 H 
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【小题16】9 a6 ?2 V4 C: Y, P0 ^5 H$ H5 H 
A.brother9 a6 ?2 V4 C: Y, P0 ^5 H$ H5 H B.mother9 a6 ?2 V4 C: Y, P0 ^5 H$ H5 H C.father9 a6 ?2 V4 C: Y, P0 ^5 H$ H5 H D.grandma9 a6 ?2 V4 C: Y, P0 ^5 H$ H5 H 
9 a6 ?2 V4 C: Y, P0 ^5 H$ H5 H 
【小题17】9 a6 ?2 V4 C: Y, P0 ^5 H$ H5 H 
A.dissatisfaction9 a6 ?2 V4 C: Y, P0 ^5 H$ H5 H B.success9 a6 ?2 V4 C: Y, P0 ^5 H$ H5 H C.failure9 a6 ?2 V4 C: Y, P0 ^5 H$ H5 H D.determination9 a6 ?2 V4 C: Y, P0 ^5 H$ H5 H 
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【小题18】9 a6 ?2 V4 C: Y, P0 ^5 H$ H5 H 
A.apology9 a6 ?2 V4 C: Y, P0 ^5 H$ H5 H B.responsibility9 a6 ?2 V4 C: Y, P0 ^5 H$ H5 H C.coldness9 a6 ?2 V4 C: Y, P0 ^5 H$ H5 H D.concept9 a6 ?2 V4 C: Y, P0 ^5 H$ H5 H 
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【小题19】9 a6 ?2 V4 C: Y, P0 ^5 H$ H5 H 
A.in particular9 a6 ?2 V4 C: Y, P0 ^5 H$ H5 H B.in all9 a6 ?2 V4 C: Y, P0 ^5 H$ H5 H C.in general9 a6 ?2 V4 C: Y, P0 ^5 H$ H5 H D.in reality9 a6 ?2 V4 C: Y, P0 ^5 H$ H5 H 
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【小题20】9 a6 ?2 V4 C: Y, P0 ^5 H$ H5 H 
A.brain9 a6 ?2 V4 C: Y, P0 ^5 H$ H5 H B.thought9 a6 ?2 V4 C: Y, P0 ^5 H$ H5 H C.idea9 a6 ?2 V4 C: Y, P0 ^5 H$ H5 H D.mind9 a6 ?2 V4 C: Y, P0 ^5 H$ H5 H 
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阅读理解

When, after a year of being alone on his island, Robinson Crusoe sees a footprint in the sand, the reader of Robinson Crusoe trembles. Will Crusoe find another human being to end his loneliness? Is the footprint the sign of an enemy? Since 1719, when Daniel Defoe wrote Robinson Crusoe, thousands of people who enjoy English novels have thrilled to this great adventure story. But few know how the story came to be written. Robinson Crusoe was the first English novel. Its birth brought together the misadventures of a Scotch “failure” and the untapped imagination of an aging English scribbler.
Near the end of the Seventeenth Century, the hot-tempered Alexander Selkirk was charged with bad conduct while in church. Rather than face this charge, he ran away to sea. Several years later, Selkirk found himself on the ship of an English privateer. The privateer was preying on Spanish shipping. But Selkirk quarreled bitterly with the Captain. So, when the ship came to the island of Juan Femandez in the South Seas, Selkirk asked to be put ashore. When he saw that there were no people on the island, he begged to be taken back on board. But the Captain refused—Selkirk had gone too far. Over four years later, Selkirk was rescued by another ship.
When Selkirk got back to England, the story of his life on the island fired the imagination of Daniel Defoe. Defoe had been earning a living by his pen since he was thirty. He was amazingly hard-working. He wrote a whole newspaper three times a week. He also made part of his living from politics. He supported both political parties. He told each party that it had his sole support.

【小题1】Alexander Selkirk spent four years on a desert island because        .

A.he sought adventure! a, @/ W4 M9 Y0 I* K2 K# f8 H
B.he was hot-tempered ! a, @/ W4 M9 Y0 I* K2 K# f8 H
C.he was afraid to face charges! a, @/ W4 M9 Y0 I* K2 K# f8 H
D.his ship was wrecked! a, @/ W4 M9 Y0 I* K2 K# f8 H
【小题2】Daniel Defoe         .
A.made his living as a writer! a, @/ W4 M9 Y0 I* K2 K# f8 H
B.got his start as a writer with the writing of Robinson Crusoe! a, @/ W4 M9 Y0 I* K2 K# f8 H
C.was very “straight”-he was hardworking and honest! a, @/ W4 M9 Y0 I* K2 K# f8 H
D.had little power of imagination, but succeeded with his novel because he worked hard! a, @/ W4 M9 Y0 I* K2 K# f8 H
【小题3】This passage is mainly about           .
A.how Alexander Selkirk was able to survive on the island.! a, @/ W4 M9 Y0 I* K2 K# f8 H
B.why people enjoy English novels! a, @/ W4 M9 Y0 I* K2 K# f8 H
C.what the footprint in the sand meant! a, @/ W4 M9 Y0 I* K2 K# f8 H
D.how Robinson Crusoe came to be written! a, @/ W4 M9 Y0 I* K2 K# f8 H
【小题4】According to this passage , which of the following statements is not true?
A.Robinson Crusoe was a successful novel.! a, @/ W4 M9 Y0 I* K2 K# f8 H
B.Even if Alexander Selkirk had not lived on the island of Juan Femande, Robinson Crusoe would still have been written.! a, @/ W4 M9 Y0 I* K2 K# f8 H
C.Daniel Defoe lived partly by hard work and partly by his “ wits ”.! a, @/ W4 M9 Y0 I* K2 K# f8 H
D.With the writing of Robinson Crusoe , the English novel was born.! a, @/ W4 M9 Y0 I* K2 K# f8 H
【小题5】The author’s attitude towards Daniel Defoe is          .
A.critical! a, @/ W4 M9 Y0 I* K2 K# f8 HB.supporting! a, @/ W4 M9 Y0 I* K2 K# f8 HC.both A and B! a, @/ W4 M9 Y0 I* K2 K# f8 HD.opposing! a, @/ W4 M9 Y0 I* K2 K# f8 H

答案与解析 在线组卷

Inland waters may be grouped into two general classes: standing waters and flowing waters. As is often the case, the boundary between these two classes is not sharp and clear. A pond is an example of standing water. But most ponds are fed by springs or brooks and most have an outlet. Thus some current of changing water flows through them. On the other hand, a river is an example of flowing water. In some places, however, a river may have such a slow current that it is very difficult to detect.
Standing inland waters differ in size, in age, and in many abiotic environmental characteristics. They range in size from roadside puddles to the Caspian Sea. Puddles may last for only a few days or weeks; ponds, for a few hundred to a thousand years. In general, lakes are older, though the waters of some tropical “lakes” disappear completely during each dry season. Standing waters vary from very shallow to very deep, from clear to muddy, from fresh to salty.
In flowing waters we roughly distinguish between brooks, creeks, and rivers. The size and age of flowing waters are unimportant. Speed of flow, clearness, oxygen content, and other chemical characteristics are used by scientists in studying flowing-water ecosystems.
【小题1】According to the passage, which of the following characteristics of flowing waters is unimportant?

A.Clarity. e# @- f) J V" @- b$ G5 W B.Size. e# @- f) J V" @- b$ G5 W C.Speed of flow. e# @- f) J V" @- b$ G5 W D.Oxygen content. e# @- f) J V" @- b$ G5 W
【小题2】The word “abiotic” in paragraph 2 can best be replaced by ______.
A.nonliving e# @- f) J V" @- b$ G5 W B.living e# @- f) J V" @- b$ G5 W C.coastal e# @- f) J V" @- b$ G5 W D.inland e# @- f) J V" @- b$ G5 W
【小题3】Which of the following statements is true?
A.Usually the water in a river flows into a pond. e# @- f) J V" @- b$ G5 W
B.Scientists only study flowing-water ecosystems. e# @- f) J V" @- b$ G5 W
C.Usually ponds last much longer than puddles. e# @- f) J V" @- b$ G5 W
D.The Caspian Sea is considered as an example of flowing water. e# @- f) J V" @- b$ G5 W
【小题4】From this passage we may know that the distinction between standing waters and flowing waters ______.
A.depends on how people name the waters e# @- f) J V" @- b$ G5 W
B.is clear e# @- f) J V" @- b$ G5 W
C.depends on the seasons e# @- f) J V" @- b$ G5 W
D.is hard to make e# @- f) J V" @- b$ G5 W
【小题5】This passage mainly tells us that ______.
A.there are two major classes of inland waters e# @- f) J V" @- b$ G5 W
B.lakes and rivers are flowing waters e# @- f) J V" @- b$ G5 W
C.age and size of flowing waters are important e# @- f) J V" @- b$ G5 W
D.ponds and brooks are standing waters e# @- f) J V" @- b$ G5 W

答案与解析 在线组卷

I’m afraid to grow old—we’re all afraid. In fact, the fear of growing old is so great that every aged person is an insult and a threat to the society. They remind us of our own death, that our body won’t always remain smooth and responsive, but will someday betray(背叛) us by aging. The ideal way to age would be to grow slowly invisible, gradually disappearing, without causing worry or discomfort to the young. In some ways that does happen. Sitting in a small park across from a nursing home one day, I noticed that the young mothers and their children gathered on one side, and the old people from the home on the other.
Whenever a youngster would run over to the “wrong” side, chasing a ball or just trying to cover all the available space, the old people would lean forward and smile. But before any communication could be established, the mother would come over, murmuring embarrassed apologies, and take her child back to the “young” side.
Now, it seemed to me that the children didn’t feel any particular fear and the old people didn’t seem to be threatened by the children. The division of space was drawn by the mothers. And the mothers never looked at the old people who lined the other side of the park. These well-dressed young women had a way of sliding their eyes over, around, through the old people; they never looked at them directly. The old people may as well have been invisible; they offended the aesthetic eye of the mothers.
My early experiences were somewhat different; since I grew up in a small town, my children had more of a nineteenth-century flavor. I knew a lot of old people, and considered some of them friends.
【小题1】People are afraid of growing old because it is usually associated with ______.

A.insultB.threatC.deathD.betrayal
【小题2】In the author’s opinion, it is a perfect way to ______.
A.grow old slowly and then die unnoticed
B.grow old suddenly and then die
C.shut oneself up from others when growing old
D.remain young all one’s life and then die suddenly
【小题3】It can be inferred that young mothers would try to keep their children away from the old because ______.
A.they feared their children might hurt the old
B.they didn’t like their children to take up the space belonging to the old
C.they felt it was wrong to play balls near where the old stayed
D.they didn’t want their children to have anything to do with the old
【小题4】The author believes the division between the old and the young is _____.
A.made by peopleB.understandable
C.formed naturallyD.traditional
【小题5】From the passage, we learn that the author ______.
A.used to have the same experience as the young have today
B.has never been afraid of getting old
C.was quite free to know and befriend old people in his childhood
D.both B and C

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单词拼写

根据句意和首字母,写出所缺的单词。(共5小题;每小题1分,满分5分)
【小题1】It is normal that anybody will c________ mistakes.
【小题2】He has the special quality that proves he is a p________ player rather than an amateur.
【小题3】After the chairman d________ the result, the whole class got mad.
【小题4】The r________ dogs made great contributions to finding the people buried under the ruins.
【小题5】If you doubt about the arrangement, you’d better make a phone call to c________ it.

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用括号内所给词的适当形式填空。(共5小题;每小题1分,满分5分)
【小题1】When waking up, the fisherman found himself ________(face) with an enormous monster.
【小题2】Twenty percent of the students in the university ________(be) chosen to participate in the exchange project each year. 
【小题3】The cellphones made by Samsung are enjoying their ________(popular) in recent years.
【小题4】________(selfish) and hardworking, the newly-come employee was appointed to take charge of the department.   
【小题5】My brother John has a terrific sense of humor and could be very ________(amuse).

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短文改错

假定在英语课上老师要求同桌之间交换修改作文,请你修改你同桌写的以下作文。文中共有10处语言错误,每句中最多有两处。错误涉及一个单词的增加,删除或修改。
增加:在缺词处加一个漏词符号(∧),并在其下面写出该加的词。
删除:把多余的词用斜线(\)划掉。
修改:在错的词下划一横线,并在该词下面写出修改后的词。
注意:1.每处错误及其修改均仅限一词;
2.只允许修改l0处,多者(从第11处起)不计分。
What would we do without refrigerators? We take it for granted now, but what is it like before the refrigerator was invented? Have you never left milk out of the fridge for a day in summer? In just that time it will go badly, so you can imagine what hard life was before. For a long time, people have been using ice to make food lasting longer.
The first refrigerators were sold in late 1880s and they soon became very popular. Nowadays, almost everyone has a fridge in their homes and modern refrigerators are much more safer. Some of them are such modern that they can tell you what needs buying in advance!

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根据短文内容,从短文后的选项中选出能填入空白处的最佳选项。选项中有两项为多余项。(共5题;每小题2分,共10分)
NBA basketball players devote much of their lives to preparing for games. This preparation, which includes studying game films, practicing skills and treating injuries, is essential because of the pressure-packed nature of their profession.
   【小题1】  Generally, on the day of a game, players get together in the morning for an-hour shooting and also to review films of the opponent of that night.   【小题2】  Players receive treatments for injuries, put on their uniforms, discuss strategies with coaches and warm up during the remaining time before the game gets underway. As thousands of people cheer them on, a team’s best players will play 40 or more minutes during the game. After the game, some players stick around to lift weights before showering and heading home.
  【小题3】  They must leave their families at home, spend hours on planes traveling around the country and try to stay rested while sleeping at a different hotel every night.
The NBA’s 82-game regular season is tiring.   【小题4】  So many players focus on recuperating(恢复健康) for at least part of the off-season. Other players may work on recovering from surgery to correct injuries.
Weeks before the training camp, NBA basketball players start getting back in shape for the upcoming season.    【小题5】   Younger players often take part in developmental leagues during the summer months to increase their chances of getting onto an NBA team.

A.Trips can be difficult for NBA basketball players
B.The league was founded in New York City on June 6, 1946.
C.It can wear down even the best-conditioned athletes.
D.It consists of 30 teams, 29 in the US and 1 in Canada.
E. The preparation may involve practicing basketball skills and lifting weights.
F. Following lunch, many players take a nap and eat a pre-game meal before arriving at the field.
G. An NBA basketball player’s typical workday routine varies based on his team’s schedule of games.

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