2015重庆巴蜀中学三诊英语试题及答案(5)

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But what exactly is beauty? It’s difficult to describe it clearly, and yet we know it when we see it. And our awareness of it may start at a very early age. In a study, six-month-old babies were shown a series of photographs. The faces on the pictures had been rated for attractiveness by a group of college students. The babies spent more time looking at the attractive faces than the unattractive ones.
The idea that even babies can judge appearance makes perfect sense to many researchers. According to studies by psychologists, the mind unconsciously tells men and women that these traits — the full lips, clear skin, strong shoulders — equal health and genetic well-being.
Not everyone thinks the same way, however. “Our criteria can be changed by all sorts of expectations — mostly cultural,” says C. Loring Brace, an anthropologist at the University of Michigan. What is considered attractive in one culture might not be in another. Look at most Western fashion magazines: the women on the pages are thin. Nevertheless, Scientists found native peoples in southeast Peru preferred shapes regarded overweight in Western cultures.
For better or worse, beauty plays a role in our lives. But it is extremely difficult to describe exactly what makes one person attractive. Although there do seem to be certain physical traits considered universally appealing, it is also true that beauty does not always keep to a single, uniform standard. Beauty really is, as the saying goes, in the eye of the beholder.
52. What can be inferred according to Paragraph1?
A. People’s ideas about beauty have existed since ancient times.
B. What one looks like has little influence on a person’s success.
C. Ancient Egyptians women painted their nails, but men didn’t.
D. The search for beauty dates from many years ago and involves continents.
53. In Paragraph 3, the babies in the study ________.
A. were rated for their appearance
B. were entered in a beauty contest
C. were shown photos of a group of college students
D. were able to tell attractive faces from unattractive ones
54. What is the structure of this passage?
A. ①②-③④-⑤    B. ①②③-④⑤   C. ①-②③④-⑤   D. ①-②③④⑤
  
⑥               ⑥               ⑥               ⑥
①:paragraph1 ②:paragraph2 ③:paragraph3 ④:paragraph4 ⑤:paragraph5 ⑥:paragraph6
55. We can learn from the passage that ________.
A. the ideas of beauty vary as people grow up
B. the search for beauty is rooted in lack of confidence
C. the standards for beauty are based on scientific researches
D. the understanding of beauty depends on cultural backgrounds

第三部分 写作(共两个写作任务,满分35分)
写作一 (满分15分) 请结合材料,按要求用英文写作。
Some people think reading for pleasure is more useful than watching TV and surfing the Internet.
要求: (1)就此材料发表你的看法;  (2)紧扣材料,有明确的观点;   (3)词数不少于60;
(4)请在答题卡上作答。   
写作二 (满分20分)
有人说,中学时期对人一生的发展起着决定性的作用。因此,某中学在高中毕业典礼上要求学生们去分享在中学阶段影响他们最深的一个人。假如你是Tommy,你将代表你班就此话题在毕业典礼上发表演讲。所以,你需要写一篇英文发言稿,内容包括:
1. 影响你最深的人是谁;
2. 分享一件或几件影响你的事例;
3. 谈谈她/他影响你最深的原因。
注意:1.词数不少于80。  2.开头已给出,不计入总词数。     3.在答题卡上作答。      
Hi everyone,
It is my honor to be here to give you a speech.
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三诊答案
单选:ACDAB    DCABD    CDACB
完型:CBDCB    ACDAB    CD 
BAADA    BDC
阅读:BCAC     DACB      ABCD      CBDB      ADAD

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