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2020高考英语阅读理解模拟题及答案(3.26)

作者:佚名    文章来源:今朝教育网    点击数:    更新时间:2020/3/26

    一、阅读理解
    C
    Before uploading a photo of ourselves to social media, chances are that we’ll use an app to smooth our skin, make our eyes look bigger, and lips fuller. With a couple of taps on our mobile phone, we can get a quick fix and present the “best” version of ourselves to the world. However, the problem is, when we simply edit our imperfections away, we’re also changing the way we look at ourselves.
    Last month, researchers published the article Selfies – Living in the Era of Filtered(过滤的) Photographs. The article analyzed photo editing apps’ bad influences on people’s self-respect and their possibility to cause appearance anxieties. The researchers also warned that such apps make it difficult to tell the difference between reality and fantasy. “These apps allow one to change his or her appearance in minutes and follow an unrealistic standard of beauty,” the article reads.
    In the past, people may have compared their looks to those of famous persons. But for today’s young people, beauty standards are most likely set by what they see on social media. “From birth, they are born into an age of social platforms where their feelings of self-worth can be based purely on the number of likes and followers that they have, which is linked to how good they look.” British cosmetic doctor Tijion Esho told The Independent. This is why many young people suffer an identity trouble when it comes to appearance.[From:www.jzjy365.com]
    “Now you’ve got this daily comparison of your real self to this fake self that you present on social media.” Renee Engeln, a professor of psychology, told the HuffPost website. Engeln further pointed out that when people spend too much time making such comparisons, they may become “beauty sick” and find it difficult to accept what they actually look like. “Because between you and the world is a mirror, it’s a mirror that travels with you everywhere. You can’t seem to put it down.” she told The Washington Post. So when we look in a real mirror, we shouldn’t think to ourselves, “Do I look as good as myself in the filtered photos?” Instead, we should think, “I feel good; I have my health.”
    8.Before uploading a photo to social media, we will probably ______.
    A.have an operation to make our eyes look bigger.
    B.use some cream to smooth our skin
    C.use an app to fix our photo
    D.edit our perfections away
    9.What can we learn from Paragraph 2?
    A.In many ways, photo edition apps are beneficial to people.
    B.Photo editing apps are likely to cause people’s anxieties about their appearance.
    C.Photo editing apps can make us more beautiful.
    D.Photo editing apps help people judge realistic beauty.
    10.When it comes to appearance, why do many young people suffer an identity trouble?
    A.Because they compare their looks to those of famous persons.
    B.Because beauty standards are set by social media.
    C.Because their feelings of self-worth depend on their own likes and dislikes.
    D.Because their feelings of self-worth depend on their appearance.
    11.According to Engeln, we should _______.
    A.feel good about what we actually look like
    B.spend more time making comparison of our real self to fake self
    C.take a mirror with us everywhere
    D.try to look as good as ourselves in the filtered photos
    D
    In a world surrounded by bad news, it may feel like an unhappy place sometimes.12.
    If you make even one person smile today, you can help make this world a better place. Here is list of ideas to help you.
    13.In this day and age where everything is sent via the Internet, it's a shock to receive a letter through the post. Putting pen to paper and writing a few words to a friend can be an easy way to make a positive impact.
    Requiring some time and research to find the perfect project, volunteering is one of the nicest things you can do. Whether you volunteer at your local youth group or take dogs from shelters for a walk, the simple fact that you are giving up your time to help someone else is incredible. There are so many opportunities.14.
    Tell someone "I love you". It can be anyone. 15.Perhaps you can tell a friend that you appreciate all they are to you, or remind your mum that it's her birthday. Sometimes, in our busy lives we forget to take a moment to tell people what they mean to us.
    16.Whether you're creative or not, taking time to make something for someone else shows how much you appreciate them. Even if you think you're not creative, the recipient will feel lucky to get such a unique gift that you put your precious time into. Some ideas could include a card, painting, drawing, song, poem or cake!
    A. However, you can make a difference.
    B. It's a surprise to send a handwritten letter.
    C. And you don't even have to say "I love you"
    D. So you are sure to find one that is right for you.
    E. And it doesn’t necessarily have to take up all your life.
    F. Making something for a special person is always unique.
    G. Even a postcard with a couple of sentences could really make someone's day.
    参考答案:
    8.C    9.B    10.D    11.A    12.A     13.B   14.D   15.C   16.F
    

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