四川省棠湖中学2018_2019学年高二英语上学期期末考试试卷(含解析)答案

四川省棠湖中学2018_2019学年高二英语上学期期末考试试卷(含解析)

四川省棠湖中学2018_2019学年高二英语上学期期末考试试卷(含解析)答案

2018-2019学年四川省棠湖中学高二上学期期末考试

英 语

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第I 卷(选择题)

一、阅读理解

Cosmetic surgery (整容手术) is not something to be entered into lightly. Unfortunately, in this modern world, we have become confused by very narrow standards of beauty. Images of stars who never seem to age are seen everywhere these days. We forget the fact that most of these images are the result of super photo manipulation (处理), driven by the extremely powerful beauty industry. We are all different — why should we all look the same? Isn’t there more to life than having surgery in order to have the same boring face that everybody else wants to have?

—Dr Elisabeth McKenna, Psychologist

Yes, it’s not real! That’s what I told my friends when they started asking me about my nose job. I’d always been sensitive to my nose, but it took me a long time before I decided to go for cosmetic surgery. I took advice from several doctors and after careful consideration I finally decided to have it done. I had been saving money from my part-time job and my parents helped me out with the rest. It was quite expensive but I don’t regret a penny of it. In fact I wish I’d had it done a few years ago. I’ m sure I wouldn’t have been laughed at so much at school.

—Debbie Caron, Student

It makes me really angry to think of the millions of people who spend much money on cosmetic surgery. Surgery should be carried out for medical purposes, not vanity (虚荣心). I would rather all the money spent on cosmetic surgery was used to treat people around the world who are in need but can’t get proper medical treatment. Furthermore, there are

thousands of under-qualified doctors out there who only care about getting as rich as possible as quickly as possible. They don’t care about the psychological and physical damage they do. The whole industry makes me sick. We should do something to stop it.

—Danny Glass, Student

1.What does Dr Elisabeth McKenna suggest? A .Don’t be fooled by “perfection”. B .Cosmetic surgery often goes wrong. C .The beauty industry needs improving.

D .It’s unnecessary to set new standards of beauty. 2.What did Debbie Caron’s cosmetic surgery bring to her? A .More friends. B .More worries.

C .More self-confidence.

D .More job opportunities.

3.How does Danny Glass feel about those who have cosmetic surgery? A .They should be treated as patients.

B .They hurt themselves psychologically and physically.

C .They can have a new start.

D .They waste money and medical resources.

I was raised in a house where my sisters and I weren’t trusted by our mother to manage our own appearance .As a result ,there were rules ,and trends were largely ignored. A few years ago ,I was home for a visit when my mom ,now in her early 70s ,called me into her bedroom .We were about ready to leave for dinner .“I don’t know what to wear” she complained “You girls always look so good.”

I paused in the doorway and looked at her,wondering if I'd misheard .“What do you mean?”I asked her.“You know what to wear‘'No.”she answered.“I don’t.Can you pick something?”I was so surprised.

This was the same woman who ,in 1989,told my younger sister she wasn’t allowed to leave the house wearing a pair of ripped(有破洞的)jeans ;the same woman who ,in high school ,called me while l was out at a party to ask if my hair was up .“You look better with it down ,”she told me,before I could answer I realized ,suddenly,that my mother —always so strong —not only wanted my opinion ,but needed it .I pulled a pair of blue jeans from the closet and a light blue sweater from her drawer “Wear this with your black shoes,”I told

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