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一、閱讀理解

(2023屆廣東省深圳市大灣區高三一模英語試題)Aninternship(實習)isagreat

waytogainvaluableexperienceinyourchosenfuturecareer.Here,Weoffersomefantastic

worldwideinternshipswithopportunitiestohelpyougainsomereallyuniqueanddiverse

experience.

DentalInternshipinSouthAfrica

Joinourdentalelectivetoboostyourdentalworkexperience.You'llworkwitha

professionaldentistandassistinday-to-daytasksatcheck-upcamps.Comparethedental

carebetweenyourhomecountryandSouthAfrica.

Requirement:Internsshouldbestudyingdentistry(牙科)

JournalismInternshipinGhana

SeeallaspectsofGhanaianlifebyreportingonday-to-daylifeandtakingpartina

variedjournalisminternshipinAccra.Workforanewspaper,radioorTVstationandget

hands-onexperienceinthemediaindustry.

Requirement:GoodEnglishspeakersandgeneralleveloffitness

MedicalInternshipinPaIampur

Ifyouareconsideringacareerinmedicineornursing,thisisthemedicalinternshipfor

you.BasedinnorthernIndia,inthefoothillsoftheHimalayas,youwillshadowlocaldoctors

andnursesandlearnlotsabouttheIndianmedicalsystem.

Requirement:Internsshouldhaveaninterestin,oralreadybestudying,amedical

relatedcourse

MedicalInternshipinRomania

Takepartinahighlyratedmedicalinternshiponamobilemedicalunitandwithina

children,shospital.Workinavarietyofmedicalsettingsandwithamixtureofcases,

shadowingdoctorsandnursesandactivelycontributingtothecareofthepatients.

Requirement:Minimumrequirementofafirstaidcertificate

1.Whereisthistextprobablytakenfrom?

A.Aschoolmagazine.

B.Anacademicpaper.

C.Apublicspeech.

D.Atravellog.

2.Whichcanofferagreaterchancetofullyexperiencethelocalculture?

A.DentalInternshipinSouthAfrica.

B.JournalismInternshipinGhana.

C.MedicalInternshipinPalampur.

D.MedicalInternshipinRomania.

3.Whatdothelasttwointernshipshaveincommon?

A.TheyarelocatedinnorthernIndia.

B.Theyneedchildcareinterns.

C.Theyrequireafirstaidcertificate.

D.Theyencouragelearningfromoldhands.

(2023屆廣東省深圳市大灣區高三一模英語試題)In2013,Deeganwastryingtotake

controlofherlifeafterwinningthefightagainstdrinking.Shedidquit,butshewashaving

difficultyreconnectingwithpeople.Evenlookingsomeoneintheeyesprovedtobedifficult.

“Iwassortoflikeashellofapersonandjustdidn,treallyhavemanylifeskillsor

self-confidence,,,Deegansaid.

However,bakingwassomethingthatalwaysbroughtherjoyasachild.Onedaywhile

helpingoutintheneighborhood,Deeganpickedupahandheldmixerandstartedbaking.4?My

lifewasjustoutofcontrol,butbakingissuchacontrolledthing,whereifyoutaketheright

stepsandfollowthedirections,you,llgetaprettyexactresult,,,shesaid.

Deeganstartedbringingherhomemadebakedcookiestopeople,shomes,whichhelped

herreconnectwithpeople.44Feedingpeopleissuchauniversallovelanguage,,,shesaid.

However,shewasstilltryingtofigureouthowtofindacareerat27yearsold.Shehadno

realworkexperienceandshecouldn,tput?quitdrinking9,,onherresume.

Deegan,slifeshiftedin2015.Encouragedbyherfriends,shechallengedherselftoseeif

shecouldselljustonepie.Shesolddozens!Shebeganbakingoutofhertinyapartmentand

eventuallylaunchedanofficialbusinessin2017.Shespentfouryearsdevelopingapiecrust

cookierecipe,whichhassincebecomethebreadandbutterofherbusiness.??Peoplehave

beenwalking,runningandlininguptogetcookies,andit,sjustbeensomagicalseeingthat,“

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shesaid.

Whensheneedsmorehelp,Deegansaysshelooksforanyonewhoisjustexcitedto

work,eveniftheydon,thaveanyexperience.Afterherownstruggle,sherealizedthatthe

desiretoworkwasbetterthanhavingacertainskillset.Andshebecameasecond-chance

employer,hiringwomenoutofprisonorthesheltersystem."Youjusthavetowalkthrough

thedoorandbeready,willingandableandexcitedtoshowupandworkandyou,vegota

job,“Deegantoldthereporter.

4.WhatwasDeeganmainlystrugglingwithin2013?

A.Emotionmanagement.

B.Interpersonalrelationship.

C.Work-lifebalance.

D.Alcoholaddiction.

5.WhatpreparedDeeganforherbakerybusiness?

A.Workingpreviouslyinthebakingindustry.B.Seeingpeoplerunningtogetcookies.

C.Wantingdesperatelytogaintotalcontrol.D.Offeringbakedfoodoutofgoodwill.

6.Accordingtoparagraph4and5,whatisspecialaboutDeeganandherbusiness?

A.Sheachievedsuccessthroughbaking.

B.Shewasambitiousaboutherbusiness.

C.Shehasanopen-dooremploymentpolicy.

D.Sheonlyhiredinexperiencedworkers.

7.WhichofthefollowingbestdescribesDeegan?

A.Creativeandsmart.

B.Persistentandreceptive.

C.Honestandoptimistic.

D.Kindandeasy-going.

(2023屆廣東省深圳市大灣區高三一模英語試題)Althoughweallexperiencefailure

inourlives,wedon,tallreacttoitinthesameway.Aninterestingresearchhasemphasized

thenotionthattherearesomepeoplewhoembracechallengesanddisappointmentsas

opportunitiestore-focustheirthinking.Thesearepeoplewithagrowthmindset.Then,there

areotherpeoplewhoseefailureasacompletefailure.Theybelievethattheyneverhadthe

talentanyway,andtheyprobablyneverwill.Thesearepeoplewithafixedmindset.

PsychologistDweckhasstudiedthesemindsetsandprovidedevidencethatmostpeople

intentionallyplacethemselvesinoneofthosetwogroups.Thegrouptowhichyouassign

yourselffrequentlydetermineshowyoureacttochallenges.Ifyouexperiencefailureand

giveup,youhaveconvenientlyassignedyourselftothefixedgroup.Ifyouexperiencefailure

andregarditasaStePPiagstone,thenyouhaveplacedyourselfintothegrowthgroup.

Accordingtotheresearch,peopleinthegrowthgrouptendtogeneratemorecreative

ideasthanthoseinthefixedgroup.Toillustrate,considerThomasEdison.Inthe19thcentury,

Edisonattemptedtoimprovethelightbulbandexperimentedwithnumerousmaterials.Over

athousandtrials,hemanagedtodiscoveranelementsustaininglight.Areporteronceasked

him∕4Itseemsasthoughyou,vetriedmanytimesandcontinuetofaileachtime.Whyis

that7,,Edisonanswered,??Ihavenotfailed.Γvejustfound10,000waysthatwon,twork.”

Instudiesofcreativepeople,psychologistsdiscoveredthatadistinguishingfeature

separatingthemfromthenon-creativeisthattheymakelotsofmistakesandcontinuetowork

throughthem.Mostpeopleconsidersuccessandfailureaspolaropposites.Inreality,theyare

bothpartsofthesameprocess.

8.Whatmightpeoplewithagrowthmindsetagreewith?

A.Challengesarewelcomed.

B.Mistakescanbeavoided.

C.Successisduetogoodluck.

D.Onlytalentleadstosuccess.

9.Whatdoestheunderlinedphrase“asteppingStOne''inparagraph2referto?

A.Aroadtonowhere.

B.Achallengeintheway.

C.Anoutcometoexpect.

D.Achancetoadvance.

10.WhydoestheauthormentionThomasEdisoninparagraph3?

A.Tomakeaprediction.

B.Topresentafact.

C.Tosupportaviewpoint.

D.Toclarifyaprinciple.

11.Whatisthemainideaofthetext?

A.Howpeopleinterpretfailureoftendeterminestheircreativeoutput.

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B.Learningfromsuccessplaysanimportantpartinimprovingcreativity.

C.Growthmindsetpeopleseechallengesdifferentlyfromfixedmindsetones.

D.Whichgrouppeopleputthemselvesindecideshowtheyreacttochallenges.

(2023屆廣東省深圳市大灣區高三一模英語試題)Researchintosocialrobotshas

shownthatmachinesthatareatthecuttingedgeofinteractioncanrespondtofeelingsand

emotionallycarefortheweak,theelderlyandchildren.

Robinwasdesignedasacompanionrobottoprovideemotionalsupportforchildren

receivingmedicaltreatment.Robinexplainsmedicalprocedurestothem,playsgamesand

tellsstories,andduringtreatmentdistractsthemtoreducetheirsenseofpain.Therobotuses

AItounderstandotherpeople,sfeelings,rememberingfacialexpressionsandconversations

tobuilddialogueforfbllow-upsessions.IntrialsattheWigmoreMedical(UK)Pediatric

ClinicinYerevan,Armenia,theteamfoundthatRobinledtoa34%decreaseinstressandan

increaseinhappinessof26%inthe120childrenwhointeractedwithhimatleastonce.

Healthcarerobotscouldallbenefitfromdisplayingemotionalintelligence,both

recognizingandrespondingtohumanemotions,andtosomeextent,managingthem.The

problemwiththisisthefearthathumanjobsmaybelostasrobotsbecomebetterathandling

socialsituations.

Populationtrendssuggestthatthedemandforrobotstoworkalongsidepeopleincare

situationswillgrowovertime.By2050,thenumberofpeopleaged65andovergloballywill

be1.6billion(17%),roughlytwicetheproportionofwhatitistoday.Anextra3.5million

careworkerswillbeneededandthatwillincludeemotionallyintelligentrobots.

Today,ssimplesystemsarebeingtrainedtomeetthatdemand.Thisincludesalittle

wheeledrobotthatcanguesshowyouarefeelingfromthewayyouwalk,andtherobotfrom

theUniversityofLincolnintheUK—whohelpselderlypeopletostayphysicallyand

mentallyactive.

Theimpactofsocialrobotsonourlivestodatehasbeentiny.Butnewmodelsarebeing

introducedthatcouldmakethebreakthrough.Humanemotionsaredifficulttodefine,butas

trustinrobotsincreases,breakingdownthepsychologicalbarrierbecomeseasiertoimagine.

12.Whataresocialrobotsuniquelycapableof?

A.Liftingheavypackagesupstairsforweakpeople.

B.Teachingmentallyillteensemotionalexpressions.

C.Cookingdeliciousdishesforthedisabledathome.

D.Playingsongsforblindpeopleontheirrequest.

13.Whatisparagraph2mainlyabout?

A.Robin,sfunctiontoreducepain.

B.Robin,spopularityinhospitals.

C.Robin,spracticalapplication.

D.Robin,ssuccessinpassingtests.

14.Howisparagraph4developed?

A.Byconcludingviewpoints.

B.Byanalyzingcauses.

C.Bymakingcomparison.

D.Bygivingdefinition.

15.Whatdoestheauthorthinkofhumanjobreplacementbyrobots?

A.ItisalreadyhappeningthroughoutUK.

B.Humansneedtoworkhardtosecurejobs.

C.Robotscanonlymeetbasichumanneeds.

D.It,sanunstoppableandbeneficialtrend.

(2023屆廣東省佛山市高三上學期普通高中教學質量檢測(一)英語試題)TotalSoIar

Eclipse2023Australia

Oneofnature,smostremarkableevents-atotalsolareclipse(I:11?)-willtakeplaceon

thewesternedgeofAustraliaonApril20th,2023andWehavechosentheperfectwayforyou

toenjoythisevent:onaCrUiSe(航游)atsea.

TherehavebeenonlyfivetotalsolareclipsesinAustraliaoverthepastcenturyandthis

isthefirsthybrideclipseinmorethan1000years.Unlikeothercruisesforthisevent,ours

hasthewell-knownastronomerAbigailBealltoaccompanyyou.Youwillhavethebest

possibleviewoftheeventaswellasenjoyinglecturesandstargazingonlandandatsea.

Abigailwillbeonhandthroughout,givinglecturesonthehistoryandscienceofeclipses,the

blackholeatthecentreofthegalaxy-alongwithprovidingmanyopportunitiesforguided

stargazing.Plus,therewillbeadditionaltalksfromtheAstronomicalSocietyofAustralia.

CliCkherefordetailedaιτangementsofthetour.

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SingleoccupancyPerguestbasedontwopeoplesharing

Interiorcabin£2,429£1,699

Oceanviewcabin£3,229£2,199

Ifyouwishtoaddathirdadultorchildtoyourroom,pleaseaskforaquote.

Alongsidethecruise,youcanalsoexploresomeofAustralia'sbestscientificandnatural

phenomenawithaseriesoftailoredadd-ontourscoveringastronomyontheeastcoastand

visitstoUluru,Sydney,theGreatBarrierReefandmuchmore.Onthelastdayofthetour,we

cansendyoubacktotheairportforyourreturnjourneyhome,oryoucanjoinoneofour

add-ontours.Clickhereforfulldetailsaboutadd-ontours.

16.Whatmakesthecruisedifferentfromothers?

A.Aspecialistsguidance.

B.Atalkwithastronomers.

C.Achanceforstargazing

D.Ameetingwithastronauts.

17.HowmuchshouldacouplepayforatourinaOceanviewcabin?

A.£3,229.B.£2,199.C.£6,458D.£4,398.

18.Whatisthepurposeofthetext?

A.Tbcelebrateahistoricevent.

B.Toadvertiseaspecialcruise.

C.Tointroduceatravelagency.

D.Toexplainanaturalphenomenon.

(2023屆廣東省佛山市高三上學期普通高中教學質量檢測(一)英語試題)Deveza飛

motherwasonthewaitinglistforakidneytransplant腎移植).Devezawantedtodonateone

ofherownkidneys—butshewasturneddownbecauseshemightdevelopthesamehealth

problemsashermotherinlaterlife.

Devezacameupwithadifferentplan.In2017,shestartedtheworld,sfirstpaired

exchangeofdifferentorgansbetweenlivingdonors,exchanginghalfherIiVer(月干)for

someoneelse,skidney.Acasestudyoftheorganexchangehasnowbeenpublished,andthe

surgeonswhowereinvolvedarecallingformoreexchangeslikethis.uYoucanimaginethe

enormousimpactformixedorganextendedchains,,,saysJohnRoberts,asurgeonat

UniversityofCalifornia,SanFrancisco.

Mostorgantransplantscomefrompeoplewhohavedied,butthereareneverenough

organs.Asmostpeoplecanmanagewithjustoneoftheirkidneys,peoplewithkidneyfailure

areincreasinglyreceivingdonatedorgansfromrelativesorfriends.Ifsomeonewantsto

donatebuttheirimmune(免疫的)systemisunsuited,doctorsmaybeabletofindpairsof

would-bedonorswhocaneachgiveakidneytotheother,srelative.

WhenDevezawaslookingintosuchchains,shecameacrossresearchdescribingthe

ideaoftradingakidneywiththeonlyotherorgangenerallytakenfromalivingdonor一the

liver.ShesuggestedtheideatomanyhospitalsbeforeshefinallycontactedRoberts,whosaw

theidea,spotential.

Devezawasassessedtobeingoodenoughhealthtodonatepartofherliver.Itthentook

18monthstofindAnnieSimmons,inIdaho,whoseliverwasunsuitabletouseasatransplant

forhersisterwithsevereliverdisease.Theydrewupaplan:Simmonswoulddonateakidney

toDcveza,smother,andinreturn,DevezawouldgivehalfherlivertoSimmons,sister.The

hospitalgavethego-aheadandthefouroperationstookplaceonthesamedaysuccessfully.

Theteamhopethattheground-breakingcasewillinspiremorepeopletoconsiderdoing

thesame.Robertssaysthatdirectexchangesinvolvingtwodonorscouldenableuptothirty

extraliving-donorlivertransplantsayear-atenpercentincrease.

19.WhatdidDevezadotosavehermother?

A.Carryingoutacasestudy.

B.Callingforkidneydonations.

C.Launchingamedicalexperiment.

D.Tradinghalfherliverforakidney.

20.WhatdoesParagraph3mainlytalkabout?

A.Patients,desperationtosurvive.

B.Severalsourcesoforgandonation.

C.Currentsituationoforgantransplants.

D.Doctors9effortstoimproveorgantransplants.

21.WhatcanbeinferredabouttheorganexchangebetweenDevezaandSimmons?

A.Itdiscouragedorgandonation.

B.Itbroughttwofamiliestogether.

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C.Itmetwithwidespreadapproval.

D.Itproducedadesirableoutcome.

22.Whatisthebesttitleforthetext?

A.MyLiver,YourKidney

B.Mother,sLove,OurHappiness

C.OrganTransplant:BlessingforPatients

D.OrganExchange:MajorMedicalAdvances

(2023屆廣東省佛山市高三上學期普通高中教學質量檢測(一)英語試題)Msno

secretnowthatthemoretimewespendonsocialmedia,themorewefeeldissatisfiedwith

ourselves.Wetendtocompareourselvestoinfluencesandcelebrities-soit,seasyto

understandhowthatcanaffectourconfidence.

But,howoftenhaveyoufoundyourselfcomparingyourlifetoyourfriends?Engaging

withsocialmediasharedbyourfriendscanbemoredamagingthanlookingatcontentshared

bycelebrities,newresearchhasfound.

Thestudylookingathowsocialmediaaffectsbodyimagefoundthatanysocialmedia

engagementwassignificantlyassociatedwithlower"appearancesatisfaction”.Additionally,

itfoundthatengagingwithcontentpostedbypeopletheparticipantsknewwasmorethan

twiceasdamagingaslookingatcontentpostedbystrangers,includingcelebrities.

VirenSwami,ProfessorofSocialPsychologyatAngliaRuskinUniversity,believesthis

ispartlybecauseweknowit,shardtoattainthelivesofcelebritiesorinfluences,butwhen

we,recomparingourselvestoourfriends,itfeelslikeweshould-orcould-livethewaythey

do.

“Onepossibleexplanationisthatpeoplemayperceiveapostshowingappearanceas

beingmuchmoreattainableifitcomesfromsomeonetheyknow,addingexpectationor

pressureonthepersonengaginginthepost,,,hesaid."Atthesametime,peoplemaybe

morecriticallyengagedwithpostsbythelikesofmodelsandcelebrities,andtherefore

perceivetheimagestheysharetobemoreunrealistic.π

ThisisnotjustCOnfinedtobodyimagethough.Weailhaveoneareainourlivesthat

triggers(??發)us.Maybeyou,vebeensearchingforanewjobformonthsandyoufind

yourselfonsocialmedia,envyingyourschoolfriendwhojustlandedtheirdreamrole.

Maybe...

Allthisistosaytheobvious:weonlyseepartofpeople'slives-andifit,sgettingyou

down,you,reprobablycomparingyourinsidestootherpeople,soutsides.Everyonehastheir

strugglesandlifeisindeednotperfectforanyone.So,putdownyourphone,getoffline,be

thankfulandtrytoliveyourownlife.

23.Whatdidthenewstudyfind?

A.Socialmediainvitesunfavorablecomments.

B.Friends,postsaffectusmorethancelebrities,.

C.Celebritieshaveanegativeinfluenceonourlife.

D.Bodyimagecausesmoreconcernthansociallife.

24.WhyarewemorelikelytocomparewithourfriendsaccordingtoSwami?

A.Theyserveasrolemodels.

B.Weknowthewaytheylive.,

C.Theirlifestylesareaccessible.

D.Wearecuriousabouttheirlife.

25.WhatdoestheunderlinedwordinParagraph6probablymean?

A.Restricted.

B.Related.

C.Devoted.

D.Exposed.

26.Whatdoestheauthorsuggestpeopledo?

A.Findyourdreamandfightforit.

B.Stopcomparingandbeyourself.

C.Begratefulandleadaperfectlife.

D.Stopcomplainingandgetdowntowork.

(2023屆廣東省佛山市高三上學期普通高中教學質量檢測(一)英語試題)Given

thatthedictionarydefinitionofcuriosityis“thedesiretoknowsomething59,itmaybeoflittle

su?prisethatmuchresearchhasconcerneditsbenefitsforeducation.

ConsiderastudyattheUniversityofCaliforniaatDavisin2014.Theresearchersfirst

askedeachparticipanttoratetheircuriosityaboutlearningtheanswerstoaseriesof

questions,suchas“Whatdoestheterm?dinosaur,actuallymean?”Theparticipantsthenlay

inanfMRIbrainscanner(掃描儀)whilethesamequestionswerepresented,followedshortly

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afterbytheanswers.Theparticipantswerethentestedontheirrecollectionofthefactsan

hourlater.

Theeffectsofcuriosityonlaterrecallwerestriking.Whentheparticipantswerehighly

curiousaboutafact,theywere30%morelikelytorecallit.Andthisseemedtocorrespondto

heightenedactivityinareasofthemidbrainthatreleasedopamine(多巴胺).Dopamineis

normallyassociatedwithreward,butanimalstudiessuggestthatitcanalsoenhancethe

formationofnewneural(神經的)connections.Itlookedasifthefeelingofcuriositywas

helpingpreparethebraintoabsorbthenewandimportantinformation,andthisthenresulted

inamorestablememory.

Interestingly,theresearchersfoundthatthedopaminehit,arisingfrominitialcuriosity,

couldevenenhancethememoryofincidentalinformationthathadnodirectrelevancetothe

primaryquestion.Todemonstratethis,theyhadpresentedrandomfacesalongsidethe

answerstothequestionsand,anhourlater,checkedwhethertheparticipantsstillrecognized

thefaces.Theanalysesshowedthattheparticipantswerefarmorelikelytorememberthe

faceifithadaccompaniedaquestionthathadawakenedtheircuriosity.

Thisadditional,andunexpected,memoryboostcouldbeextremelyusefulwhenever

we,retιyingtolearnsomethingnewandcomplicated.We,reunlikely,afterall,tofindevery

singleelementofourstudiesinteresting.Butifwecandevelopsomecuriosityaboutatleast

someofthefacts,wemayfindthattherestofthematerialalsosticksfarmoreeasily.

27.Whichaspectofcuriositydidthestudyfocuson?

A.Itsscientificdefinition.

B.Itsuniquecharacteristics.

C.Itsinfluencesonmemory.

D.Itsbenefitsforbrainhealth.

28.Whatwasthepurposeofpresentingquestionstotheparticipantsfirst?

A.Toassesstheirlearningability.

B.Toawakentheirpassionforlearning.

C.Tomeasuretheircuriosityaboutthequestions.

D.Torefreshtheirmemoryofextinctwildanimals.

29.WhatcanbelearnedaboutdopamineaccordingtoParagraph3?

A.Itblocksmemory.

B.Itfacilitateslearning.

C.Itpromotesfriendship.

D.Itcuresneuraldisorder.

30.Whichmessageaboutlearningdoestheunexpectedfindingdeliver?

A.Generateinterestinstudy.

B.Focusonessentialinibrmation.

C.Makelearningmaterialsrelated.

D.Attachimportancetomemorization.

(2023屆廣東省茂名市高三第一次綜合測試英語試題)Herearesomeoftheprettiest

smalltownsacrossEurope,fromhumblefishingtownstohilltopmedievalpowerbases.

Giethoorn,Netherlands

TheycallittheDutchanswertoVenice,butGiethoornlacksonecrucialthingthatthe

Italiancityhasinspades:overtourism.AsinVenice,liferevolvesaroundthewater,

here-therearenocarsinthecentersotheonlywaytogetaroundisonfootoronthewater.

Roscoff,France

Porttownscanberatherdirty.NotlovelylittleRoscoff,though,inFrance'sBrittany

region,whichbuiltitsfortuneonmaritimetrade.Today,it,sacenterofthalassotherapy,using

seawatertotreatmedicalconditions,aswellasabeautifulBretontown.Tinyfishingboats

restinthesmallharbor-withalargerone,whereferriesleaveforPlymouthintheUK,further

out.

DinkeIsbiihl9Germany

Acutehistoriccenter,woodenhousesandlargetowers-Dinkelsbuhlhasitall.

WrappedbymedievalwallswithavastGothicchurch,StGeorge,sMinster,itwasthesetting

forWemerHerzog,sfilm“TheEnigmaofKasparHauser.^^

Clovelly,UK

DonkeysusedtobetheonlywaytogetupanddownthesteepstreetsofClovelly,a

prettyfishingvillageinDevon,southwestEngland.

Today,theystillhaven,tmanagedtobringcarsin—itsitsatthebottomofa400-foot

cliff(懸崖).Instead,goodsaretransportedbyman-poweredsledges(雪橇)andiftourists

can,tfacethewalkbackuptothecarpark,theycangrabarideinaLandRoverinstead.

31.Whereshouldvisitorsgoiftheywanttoreceiveahealthtreatment?

A.Giethoom.B.Roscoff.C.Dinkelsbuhl.D.Clovelly.

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32.WhatcanvisitorsdoatClovelly?

A.Takeaboattour.B.Driveacar.

C.Getaroundonfoot.D.Takeaman-poweredsledge.

33.Whatisthepurposeofthetext?

A.Toamusereaders.B.Totellthehistory.

C.Toeducatetourists.D.Tointroducesights.

(2023屆廣東省茂名市高三第一次綜合測試英語試題)Imaginethemost

English-Englishpersonyoucanthinkof.NowΓmfairlycertainthatnomatterwhatpicture

youjustthoughtup,thatpersoncomescompletewithastiffupperlipandacupofteaintheir

hand,becausethat,swhattheEnglishdo.Theycanyonandtheydrinktea.Teaissoutterly

English,sucharootedpartoftheculture,thatit,salsorootedinhoweveryoneelsearoundthe

worldperceivesthatculture.

Andwhileit,sfairlycommonknowledgethatWesternershaveChinatothankforthe

originalcultivationofteadrinking,it,sfarlessknownthatitwasthePortuguesewhoinspired

itspopularityinEnglandinparticular,onePortuguesewoman.

Travelbackintimeto1662,whenCatherineofBraganza(daughterofPortugaPsKing

JohnIV)wonthehandofEngland,snewlyrestoredmonarch,KingCharlesII,withthehelp

ofaverylargedowry(嫁妝)thatincludedmoney,spices,treasuresandthehighlyprofitable

portsOfTangiersandBombay.Thismadeheroneveryimportantlady:theQueenofEngland,

ScotlandandIreland.

WhensherelocatedupnorthtojoinKingCharles,sheissaidtohavepackedloose-leaf

teaaspartofherpersonalbelongings;itwouldalsohavelikelybeenpartofherdowry.Afun

legendhasitthattheboxesweremarkedIransportedeErvasAromaticas(Transportof

AromaticHerbs)latershortenedtoT.E.A.

Thatlastbitprobablyisn,ttrue(expertsbelievetheword“tea"camefromaChinese

character),butwhatisforsureisthatteawasalreadypopularamongtheupperclassof

Portugalduetothecountry,sdirecttradelinetoChinaviaMacau.

34.WhatdopeoplethinkofteadrinkinginBritain?

A.Typical.B.Fashionable.C.Incredible.D.Unusual.

35.WhopromotedthefashionofteadrinkinginEngland?

A.CommonWesterners.

B.TheChinesepeople.

C.PortugaΓsKingJohnIV.

D.TheQueenofKingCharlesII.

36.Whatcanwelearnfromthelasttwoparagraphs?

A.TeawaspartofthedowryofCatherineofBraganza.

B.Theword4tea,camefromPortuguesemarksontheboxes.

C.TeabecamepopularinPortugalearlierthanitdidinEngland.

D.ThedirecttradelinebetweenChinaandEnglanddevelopedbecauseoftea.

37.Whichisthemostsuitabletitleforthetext?

A.ThestorybehindBritishteadrinking.

B.ThelegendofteadrinkinginPortugal.

C-TheoriginofWesterners,teadrinking.

D.ThehistoryofteatradebetweenChinaandBritain.

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