当前位置: 最新试题
  • 1. 下图是某同学根据嘉兴市物价局公布的2013年1-3月份“嘉兴市区农贸市场价格”,在Excel 2010中处理后得到的部分蔬菜价格表,请按图回答:

    1. (1)要计算“芹菜均价”,可在E3单元格输入“=”(利用公式或函数),然后利用鼠标拖动E3单元格右下角的黑点就能快速完成其它蔬菜均价的计算,此操作是Excel中的功能。
    2. (2)为了清楚地比较各种蔬菜均价的高低,该同学根据表格制作了“1-3月嘉兴市区农贸市场部分蔬菜均价”的图表,这是一张图表。(选择一个填写:条形图/柱形图/折线图/饼图。)要完成图表需要选中 和数据区域。

      如果改变2月份白菜的价格改为1.2,图表将变化(选择一个填写:有/没有)

  • 2. 中国航海博物馆的网址是//www.mmc.gov.cn,其中表示网站名的是(  )
    A . www B . mmc C . gov D . cn
  • 3. 阅读下列短文,回答问题

    “天舟一号”与“天宫二号”成功对接

    我国自主研制的“天宫二号”空间实验室已于2016年9月15日发射成功“天宫二号”在距地面高度380km圆形轨道上绕地球匀速运行,绕地球一圈的运行时间是90分钟,“天舟一号”货运飞船于2017年4月20日由长征七号火箭成功发射升空,并于2017年4月22日与“天宫二号”首次自动交会对接成功,如题图1所示,为我国建立自己的空间站迈出了坚实的一步。

    发射“天舟一号”货运飞船的长征七号火箭的燃料由液态煤油和液氢混合构成,火箭点火起飞时,火箭内的燃料燃烧从火箭体尾部喷射出火焰几乎直击发射平台。使得发射平台核心区的温度接近3000℃,足以融化绝大多数金属和非金属材料,长征七号火箭发射时与其它火箭不同的是发射平台旁的“喷水降温降噪系统”,其采取的是国际上先进的喷水降温方法,如题图2所示,在发射中火箭飞到5m高以后,“喷水降温降噪系统”向箭体尾部火焰中心喷水20余秒,喷水量约为400t,一部分的水会汽化到大气中,大部分的水则通过导流槽流走,于是大流量喷水能够带走大量的热起到降温作用,防止了火箭发射台内部的仪器设备可能因高温受到影响。[圆周率π=3, ]

    1. (1)设“喷水降温降噪系统”喷出400t水的初温为20℃,在喷水20秒内全部变成100℃的水,则水带走的热量为J.
    2. (2)如题图3所示,设地球半径为6370km,“天宫二号”空间实验室在圆形轨道上正常运行,圆形轨道的半径为km,圆形轨道的周长为km.“天舟一号”货运飞船成功发射及正常入轨后,与“天宫二号”空间实验室对接。对接时“天舟一号”的运行速度为km/s.
    3. (3)长征七号火箭所搭载的“天舟一号”货运飞船在上升过程中的机械能不断(选填“变大”、“变小”或“不变”),长征七号红箭燃料的能燃烧时转化为内能.
  • 4. 假定你是李华,你校拟组织美国交换生Chris等到泉州府文庙去参观,请你写封邮件告知他活动安排。内容包括:

    1)集合时间和地点;

    2)内容:参观府文庙、闽南古建筑,观看木偶戏;

    3)预先准备:简要了解孔子文化。

    注意:

    1)可适当发挥,使短文连贯、通顺;

    2)文中不能出现考生的具体信息;

    3)词数:100左右。

    参考词汇:1)府文庙the Confucius Temple  

    2)木偶戏puppet show

    Dear Chris,

  • 5. 假定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,每处错误仅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:在错的词下画一横线,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10处,多者(从第11处起)不计分。

    Dear Kate,

        I have good news to tell you. The World Adolescent Robotics Competition will held in Shanghai at the end of July. Hear that you once took part in the competition last year and won an award, I intend to invite you to join in our team in the coming competition. I am sure that your involvement will not only help us win the award and also strengthen the friendship between our school.

        Now they are preparing for the competition actively. Because you had more experience than us, I also send you our training plan, about that I wish to get your advice. We sincere hope that we can participate in a competition as team partners.

        I'm looking forward to your reply.

    Yours,

    Li Hua

  • 6. 阅读下面材料,在空白处填入适当的内容(不多于3个单词)或括号内单词的正确形式。

        Chinese high-speed railways are a very  (comfort) way to travel. They are clean, quiet and efficient. China has led other developing countries and even some developed ones in this field since the first high-speed train (come) into use in 2008.

        The stations are (main) built outside the town center, but local transport has been lengthened (connect) the high-speed network. The facilities on the train are new and the staff are well trained. Even the second class (chair) provide plenty of space. The passages are so wide you can move without disturbing anyone. You can use your mobile phone, access Internet or work on your laptop. There is also a restaurant car, though the kinds of food (be) limited. The toilets arc large, clean and user-friendly too. The train almost doesn't rock. Even when the train brakes, you can hardly feel it shake.

        What's more, with a faster check-in, the high-speed train are also (little) affected by weather than planes. Seldom are delayed or cancelled for weather condition. Therefore, they have become the first choice for many passengers.

  • 7. 阅读下面短文,从短文后各题所给的四个选项(A、B、C和D)中,选出可以填入空白处的最佳选项。

        My father was born in a small town in the US. He wasn't sure what he wanted from1, but something told him to 2 and begin a new adventure.

        He began that adventure traveling to cities in the US before going on to Australia, New Zealand and the Philippines. He took my mother and us three daughters with him and went wherever the road 3 him.

        It's easy to feel 4 when you're on the road. We made lots of new friends on our trip — most of them are mechanics, since we often 5 hours in repair shops. But that was a way much 6 than sitting by the roadside while waiting for the engine to 7 when it was 40℃ outside.

        Getting along well sometimes seemed 8. There were always a lot of 9, especially among us back-seat passengers about who had to 10 in the middle. But even if it was hard, we learned a lot about 11. When we were traveling in the Philippines, we drove to Quezon City one day. It should have been an hour's drive but was nearly three thanks to bad roads and 12 traffic. "Did you put our suitcases in the car?" my father asked my mother as we arrived there. From the back seat, we saw her 13 turn toward my father. "No," she said. "I thought you did." That was how a seven-hour car trip turned into a 16-hour one, which was mostly spent in 14.

        On occasions like that, we had to learn to let go of our anger because we were 15 in a rolling box with the same people for the rest of the 16. Even if I sometimes felt like opening the car door and 17 one of my sisters out, I kept my feelings to myself.

        This is why road trips were like 18 universities to us. We 19 our PHDs(博士学位) in how to get along with other people just by traveling in our old car.

        If we were 20 given a second chance at life, we would do it all over again. Only this time would I put the suitcases in the car myself.

    (1)
    A . move B . life C . experience D . belief
    (2)
    A . live up B . struggle on C . get out D . walk around
    (3)
    A . took B . drove C . served D . controlled
    (4)
    A . anxious B . upset C . helpless D . lonely
    (5)
    A . wasted B . worked C . spent D . chatted
    (6)
    A . better B . easier C . safer D . cleverer
    (7)
    A . break down B . cool off C . clear up D . turn over
    (8)
    A . available B . alternative C . necessary D . impossible
    (9)
    A . arguments B . fights C . embarrassments D . amusements
    (10)
    A . settle B . rest C . sit D . watch
    (11)
    A . sharing B . respect C . communication D . tolerance
    (12)
    A . light B . thick C . local D . fast
    (13)
    A . suddenly B . sensitively C . calmly D . slowly
    (14)
    A . silence B . vain C . panic D . disappointment
    (15)
    A . buried B . crazy C . stuck D . impatient
    (16)
    A . holiday B . journey C . exploration D . march
    (17)
    A . dragging B . pushing C . helping D . sending
    (18)
    A . unusual B . common C . free D . mobile
    (19)
    A . earned B . expected C . missed D . valued
    (20)
    A . somewhere B . anytime C . somehow D . anyway
  • 8. 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选项。

        According to a sales report from askci.com on 2018's Double Eleven, the national shopping day, women's down garments were among the top 10 hit products.

        Statistics show that down garments have been popular for many years in both northern and southern China. . Especially during a fiercely cold winter, , cares about being stylish?

        All you need is warmth — the very light from heaven, which down garments can provide you with. However, as living standards rise, more expensive garments filled with goose down, instead of duck down, have appeared in the market.

        . What's the difference between the down from these two creatures? First, the down from mature geese is larger and thicker, which makes garments filled with goose down much warmer. Second, goose down is more flexible and fluffier than that of ducks. , goose down has no strange odor. Geese are often "vegetarians" and eat clean, while ducks are omnivorous, which could give their feathers and down a strong scent. .

        However, duck down is still a good choice if you live in place where winter is windy, yet not that cold.

        If you still want be stylish…

        Although most down garments can make people look big and sloppy, you could choose longer ones for a slimming look. For colors, metallic hues are more fashionable and pair more easily with other street-style outfits in your wardrobe.

    A. Goose or duck

    B. It seems the strong warmth provided by down garments has been nationally approved

    C. These are the advantages that account for the higher prices of garments made with goose down

    D. When you shudder in the wind

    E. How to choose your down garment

    F. The last difference is key for people sensitive to smells

    G. You may like goose garment better

  • 9. 阅读理解

        The Japanese have always been at the forefront at deploying (利用) robots to perform jobs that are traditionally done by humans. Over the past year, humanoid robots have been seen helping customers at the Mitsubishi Bank and even filling in for human science communicators at museums. Therefore, it is not surprising to hear that the country has the worlds first hotel that is staffed almost entirely by the Androids!

        The aptly (巧妙地) named Henn-na ("strange" in Japanese) Hotel which opened its doors on July 17 is located at Nagasaki's Huis Ten Bosch theme park. It is the idea of Hideo Sawada, a Japanese businessman who is fascinated by the possibility of replacing humans with robots. His aim is to have this futuristic hotel be run mainly by the intelligent humanoids.

        Guests checking-in are welcomed by a family friendly English-speaking robot wearing a bow tie and bell-hop (侍者) hat. Though experienced at his job, he does request guests not to ask him "a difficult question" since he is after all, "just a robot!" Those seeking a more "regular" experience, can approach the human-like Japanese-speaking robot.

        When ready, visitors can request the robot "porters" to help carry belongings to their room. Those that need to stow away valuables can hand them to a helpful robot who will place them inside an individual safe box in exchange for a small fee. A one-foot-high concierge (管理人) is available to provide information about the hotel's amenities (便利设施), nearby attractions, and even order a taxi if needed.

        So how much does it cost to live in this crazy cool hotel? It depends on when you decide to go. During the low season, guests can get away with paying as little $60 a night for a basic room. However, during the peak season when rates, are determined by an online auction, the price can get as high as $153.

    1. (1)What is Hideo Sawada interested in?
      A . Making different kinds of robots. B . Taking the place of humans with robots. C . Setting up more hotels run by robots. D . Making robots more intelligent.
    2. (2)From the third paragraph we can know that ________.
      A . the Japanese-speaking robot welcomes the guests B . the human like robot can speak Japanese and English C . the human-like robot is better skilled at its job than the other robots D . the English-speaking robot can answer simple questions
    3. (3)The underlined phrase "stow away" most probably means "________".
      A . purchase B . change C . store D . replace
    4. (4)What could be the best title for the passage?
      A . World's first robot-staffed hotel is open for business. B . Japanese tops the first in making robots. C . Robots can replace humans in Japanese hotels. D . The aptly named Henn-na Hotel at a theme park.
  • 10. 阅读理解

        Despite what so many people would love to believe, NASA hasn't discovered any evidence of past or present intelligent life on Mars. Therefore, when the Curiosity rover (好奇号探测器) found something suspicious on the Red Planet's surface, they were not only surprised but also a little bit worried.

        The thin fragment(碎片) was suspicious enough to guarantee its own name, with NASA's Curiosity rover team calling it the "Pettegrove Point Foreign Object Debris", named for where it was discovered. With no idea what it was or where it came from, the rover's handlers began to worry that it might actually be a piece of the rover itself, suggesting some unseen damage or other issue with the robot. Thankfully, those concerns seem to have been unfound.

        In a new update from NASA the object has now been identified as a natural piece of rock rather than a piece of any man-made craft or vehicle. The team analyzed the unusual object with a tool called the Chem Cam RMI. The instrument uses a laser (激光器)to sniff out the makeup of anything that is pointed at, and the results for this particular piece of debris revealed that it's actually just a very thin piece of rock.

        NASA describes the inspection: The planning day began with an interesting result from the previous plan's Chem Cam RMI analysis of a target that was referred to as "Pettegrove Point Foreign Object Debris"(PPFOD),and supposed to be a piece of spacecraft debris fact. In fact it was found to be a very thin slice of rock, so we can all rest easy tonight. Curiosity has not begun to shed its skin!

        How this particularly thin sliver of rock got to where it is—and why it seems to be a different colour than the surrounding sand and debris—remains unexplained, but at least the rover isn't falling apart.

    1. (1)What attitude did NASA hold towards the newly found thin fragment?
      A . Positive and excited. B . Surprised and delighted. C . Interested and doubtful. D . Amazed and worried.
    2. (2)What is the "Pettegrove Point Foreign Object Debris" named for?
      A . Its finder. B . Its location. C . Its researcher. D . Its shape.
    3. (3)According to the passage, which of the following is right?
      A . Most people believe there isn't any intelligent life on Mars. B . The recent concerns connected with the thin fragment have not been discovered. C . According to NASA, the object found recently was a piece of man-made craft or vehicle. D . The object once making many people worried has the same colour with the surrounding sand.
    4. (4)In which part of newspaper can you read the text?
      A . Travelling. B . Sports. C . Science. D . Food.
1 2 3 4 5 下一页 共1000页