高中英语,非谓语动词“四步解题”法

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本试卷分第I卷(选择题)和第II卷(非选择题)两部分。

满分 150分,考试用时120 分钟。

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第二部分: 单项选择 (共20小题;每小题1分,满分20分)

21. Though I haven’t seen this new film, I can’t go with you to the cinema because I have to______ my sick brother?

A. refer to B. attend to C. lead to D. stick to

22. I knew nothing about the accident ______ I read in the newspaper.

A. except that B. except for C. apart from D. except what

23. Most students expect ____ more review classes before the exams.

A. it to be B. there to be C. that to be D.to be

24. ---- Good morning. Can I help you?

---- I’d like to have this package ______, Madam.

A. be weighed B. to be weighed C.to weigh D. weighed

25. He _____ some safety measures at the meeting for the 2012 London Olympic Games.

A. put forward B. put up C. put down D. put off

26. _____ the project in time, the staff were working at weekends.

A. Competing B. Having completed

C. To have completed D. To complete

27. ______ five minutes _____, we arrived at the railway station with our heavy luggage.

A. There were; to go B. It had; left C. It was; left D. With; to go

28. I’ll be publishing my results only when I have ____ my research.

A. concerned B. connected C. conducted D. concluded

29. Sometimes, dreams are a special opportunity for you to _____ your real life, especially when you’re caught in trouble or stress .

A. make sense of B. make use of C. make up of D. make fun of

30. If you are found ____ in the schoolyard, you_____ by the teachers.

A. smoking; are to blamed B. smoke; are punished

C. smoking; are to blame D. smoking; are to punish

31. Only after a baby seal is pushed into the sea by its mother____ to swim.

A. how will it learn B. will it learn how

C. it will learn how D. and it learns how

32. Our team ____ their team in the match; that is, our team____ the match.

A. won; won B. defeated; defeated C. defeated; won D. won; defeated

33. --- Mr Wang, whom would you rather___ the 11th National Games?

--- Tom.

A. have cover B. have covered C. having cover D. have to cover

34. I travel to HongKong by car every day, ______ do many businessmen who live in ShenZhen.

A. as B. which C. when D. though

35. Now that we’ve discussed our problem, are people happy with the decisions ___?

A. taking B. take C. taken D. to take

36. _____ to have a picnic here!

A. What great delight B. How great delight

C. What a great delight D. How a great delight

37. In my opinion, all Mr White ____ good to his students in his class at present. He is very strict in their study.

A. does does does B. does did do C. does does do D. did do does

38. --- I’m surprised to hear that Sue and Paul have____.

--- So am I. They seemed very happy together when I last saw them.

A. closed up B. finished up C. pided up D. broken up

39. I’ve been told that the medical team, ____ five doctors and ten nurses, ______sent to the flood-stricken area.

A. consisted of; are to be B. is consisted of; will be

C. consisting of; is to be D. consists of ; will be

40. --- Sorry to have interrupted you. Please go on.

--- Where was I?

--- You ____ you didn’t like your father’s job.

A. had said B. said C. had been saying D. were saying

第三部分:完形填空(共20小题;每小题1分,满分20分)

Despite the great progress in medical science, human beings are constantly attacked by cancer, which means death. A woman named Bonnie suffered a __41__ of discomforts caused by the treatment of cancer. She didn’t regard cancer as a ___42___disease, but a laughing matter. She treated it in a humorous way. To put it in__43___way, she is teaching people that even though cancer isn't___44__, we can treat it in a humorous way.

Her second child was going to be born three months away___45__she was diagnosed with cancer. Suddenly, a___46___mother turned into a helpless woman afraid for her own___47___. It was after she had had her baby__48__that she had an operation.__49___came chemo(化疗)and her life seemed to be made up of fears and___50___. But the__51___moment in her life came after she lost all her hair and a free wig(假发) arrived. She__52___it on as her older son Kyler watched.

“That was when I decided how to__53___it: crying over this bad wig or laughing about it.__54__way would make__55___remember it.” Bonnie said. She spent a lot of time looking for anything funny from cancer patients. She got a lot out of collecting__56__stories. She started laughing a lot, finding it the perfect medicine. Using herself as a bald (光头) model, Bonnie__57___to design her own greeting cards and calendars, making fun of the sufferings of chemo. “To have joy, we badly__58___to laugh.” she said. Clearly, you can increase your confidence to__59___over any disease and trouble__60___laughing.

41. A.set B.series C.way D.pack

42. A.seriously B.deadly C.terribly D.fearfully

43. A.another B.the other C.other D.others

44. A.serious B.painful C.fun D.fierce

45. A.before B.until C.while D.when

46. A.sad B.happy C.fortunate D.sick

47. A.son B.illness C.operation D.life

48. A.made B.attended C.delivered D.opened

49. A.Then B.Later C. Thus D. Here

50. A.failures B.loneliness C.wonders D.tears

51. A.lowest B.highest C.great D.ugly

52. A.wore B.carried C.tried D.fastened

53. A.do with B.deal with C.go with D.meet with

54. A.All B.Any C.Both D.Either

55. A.myself B.everyone C.my son D.my husband

56. A.detective B.romantic C.different D.humorous

57. A.get down B.set out C.set about D.set down

58. A.ought B.need C.want D.long

59. A.get B.think C.run D.take

60. A.in terms of B.by means of

C.through the method of D.by the way of

第四部分:阅读理解 (共20小题,每小题2分,共40分)

第一节 (共15小题,每小题2分,共30分)

A

Will there ever be another Einstein? This is the undercurrent (潜流) of conversation at Einstein memorial meetings throughout the year. A new Einstein will appear, scientists say. But it may take a long time. After all, more than 200 years separated Einstein from Isaac Newton.

Many physicists say the next Einstein hasn't been born yet, or is a baby now. That's because the search for a unified theory that would explain all the forces of nature has pushed current mathematics to its limits. New math must be created after the problem can be solved.

But researchers say there are many other factors working against another Einstein appearing anytime soon. For one thing, physics is a much different field today. In Einstein's day, there were a few thousand physicists worldwide, and the theorists who could argue with Einstein probably would fit into a streetcar with seats to spare. Education is different, too. One key aspect of Einstein's training that-is little noticed is the years of philosophy he read as a teenager-Kant, Schopenhauer and Spinoza, among others. It taught him how to think independently about space and time and it wasn't long before he became a philosopher himself.

And Einstein was a clever musician. The interplay between music and math is well-known. Einstein would play his violin hard as a way to think through a knotty physics problem.

Today, universities have produced millions of physicists. There aren't many jobs in science for them, so they go to Wall Street and Silicon Valley to apply their analytical skills. Those who stay in science don't work alone and they sometimes do experiment together which takes years.

It's hard to imagine a renegade (背叛者) like Einstein standing it. "Maybe there is an Einstein out there today," said Columbia University physicist Brian Greene,"but it would be a lot harder for him to be heard."

61.According to the second paragraph, the next Einstein will _____.

A. have to create new math

B. create a unified theory

C. have to be born now

D. push math to its limits

62. The underlined words "knotty" in the fourth paragraph means _____.

A. easy B. interesting C. strange D. difficult

63. Which of the following will be useful for the next Einstein to be born?

A. There will be music around.

B. There will be no problems to solve.

C. There will be suitable philosophy to study.

D. There are only a few physicists.

64. Which of the following can be the best title for this passage?

A. Wait for the Next Coming Einstein

B. Environment Needed for the Birth for the Next Einstein

C. Philosophy---- The Next Einstein Wants

D. Einstein and the Next Einstein

B

There are usually both parents and two children in a typical British family. In most British families both parents work. Very young children go to nursery schools or stay at home with a childminder. Old people usually live in their own homes or a nursing home if they cannot look after themselves. British parents try to spend their free time with their children going to the cinema, museums or parks. During the week they usually have dinner together.

Americans often move house from city to city or from state to state. For this reason American families live far away from their relatives. However, they keep in touch with each other by telephone or letter. During the holidays or at celebrations like Thanksgiving, families often visit each other. A typical American family is the same as a British family. Both parents work. Like British families, American parents try to spend time with their children at weekends. They often visit museums. They also go to the cinema or to the park.

There are many different kinds of houses in the UK. More than half of the people in the UK own their houses. Other people rent houses or flats. British people like to feel comfortable and safe in their homes. They like to make their homes and gardens look attractive. Perhaps that’s why gardening is one of their most popular pastimes.

The buildings in American cities are similar to those in British cities. There are tall tower blocks, skyscr

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apers(摩天楼),houses and large brick buildings. In the suburbs, however, the houses are very different. A lot of Americans live in wooden houses with front and back gardens. Two thirds of Americans own their houses. Other Americans rent houses, apartments or rooms. Americans are usually very house-proud and take good care of their homes.

65. Many couples today in Britain ______

A. usually have two children

B. have difficulty in finding good jobs

C. don’t like living with their parents

D. have to work hard to support their children

66. Americans usually keep in touch with their relatives by telephone or letter because ______.

A. they live too far away

B. they don’t like traveling

C. they are too lazy to pay a visit

D. they are too busy to meet each other

67. The underlined word “pastimes” in Paragraph 3 refers to something you enjoy doing in your ______.

A. housework time B. hard time C. spare time D. pleasant time

68. We can be sure that ______.

A. Americans like children better

B. more Americans live in the suburbs

C. Americans think more highly of their families

D. Americans like living in wooden houses with front and back gardens

in the suburbs.

C

London is a sporty city. Every year 30 ,000 people run the London Marathon and manage to raise $ 30 million for charity. Thousands of people line the streets to watch the race. The marathon might not be everyone's cup of tea―so read on to learn about different ways you can get fit in London.

If you are not sure what you'd like to do, check out these ideas below :

Football Whether you want to join a local team or simply start playing in your back garden or a park, football is one of the easiest and cheapest sports you could take up. Find your nearest community club.

Cricket (板球) Like football, all you need is some space and basic equipment to start playing cricket. If you start getting serious about the game, there are lots of opportunities for you to play it in London. Search for a club near you.

Tennis If you are fed up with watching English players lose at Wimbledon, try your hand at tennis and maybe one day you'll make the country proud. Lots of the London parks have tennis courts(球场).

Gymnastics If you want to try your hand at gymnastics, there are over 70 different clubs in London that will help you learn more. To find your nearest club, call the London Gymnastics Federation on (0)20 8529 1142.

Rugby(橄榄球) If England's great achievement in the World Cup arouses your interest, find a club near you in London. Although lots of people think of rugby as something played more in the north of the country, it's quite easy to play the game in London too.

69. The underlined sentence in the first paragraph probably means that English people don't___________.

A. drink tea before running the marathon

B. plant tea along the marathon race path

C. all like the marathon race

D. all like drinking tea

70. We can learn from the passage that______.

A. people in London don't like rugby

B. the country is proud of each tennis player

C. 30 million people take part in the London Marathon

D. there are tennis competitions in Wimbledon

71. In which of the sports does the passage mention that English people often lose?

A. Football. B. Cricket. C. Tennis. D. Rugby.

D

Walk into the small Australian town of Coober Pedy on any given day, and you will get the strange feeling of an abandoned ghost town. So why even call it a town? Because that’s exactly what it is, complete with 4,000 plus residents of 48 nationalities, all of whom live underground!

Located about 846 km north of Adelaide, Coober Pedy was built in 1915, following the discovery of opal (蛋白石). As people from across the country and world flocked to mine the precious stone, they realized that while working under the ground was easy, living above it was not, thanks to the extreme temperatures.

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2020-2020学年度第二学期期中考试高一英语试卷

本试卷分为第I卷(选择题)和第II卷(非选择题)两部分,第I卷1至8页,第II卷9至10页。满分150分,考试时间120分钟。

注意事项:

1、答第I卷前,考生务必将自己的姓名、准考证号用蓝、黑色钢笔或圆珠笔填写在答题卡上。

2、每小题选出答案后,用铅笔把答题卡上对应题目的答案标号涂黑,如需改动,用橡皮擦干净后再选涂其它标号,不能答在试卷上。

3、考试结束后,考生将第II卷和答题卡一并交回。

高一英语期中考试听力

第I卷(满分100分)第一部分听力(共两节,满分30分)第一节(共5小题;每小题1.5分,满分7.5分)

听下面5段对话每段对话。每段对话后有一个小题,从题中所给的A,B,C三个

选项中选出最佳选项,并标在试卷的相应位置。听完每段对话后,你都有10秒钟的时间来回答有关小题和阅读下一小题。每段对话仅读一遍。

1. When will the express leave?

A. In 40 minutes. B. In 30 minutes. C. In 20 minutes.

2. How did the man feel about the interview?

A. Nervous. B. Confident. C. Disappointed.

3. What is the most popular meat in the woman’s country?

A. Chicken. B. Beef. C. Pork.

4.Why is the man blaming Mary?

A. Mary embarrassed him. B. Mary made things worse. C. Mary always loses her temper.

5.What’s the house like?

A. It has fallen apart. B. It has no doorbell. C. It has no hot water.

第二节(共15小题;每小题1.5分,满分22.5分)

听下面5段对话或独白。每段对话或独白后有几个小题,从题中所给的A、B、C三个选项中选出最佳选项,并标在试卷的相应位置。听每段对话或独白前,你将有时间阅读各个小题,每小题5秒钟;听完后,各小题给出5秒钟的作答时间。每段对话或独白读两遍。

听下面一段较长对话,回答以下小题。

6. How long will the man spend in the school?

A. Half a year. B. One year. C. Two years.

7. What does the man plan to do in the future?

A. Start a restaurant. B. Become a teacher. C. Design a building

听下面一段较长对话,回答以下小题。

8. What kind of novel does the woman’s mother like?

A. Detective novels. B. Historical novels. C. Romantic novels.

9. What does the woman think of her mother?

A. Humorous. B. Knowledgeable. C. Forgetful.

听下面一段较长对话,回答以下小题。

10. What kind of music does the man like?

A. Pop music. B. Classical music. C. Country music.

11. What sports does the man like best?

A. Football. B. Volleyball. C. Basketball.

12. Which version of Dickens’ novels has the woman read?

A. The English version. B. The French version. C. The Chinese version.

听下面一段较长对话,回答以下小题

13. Where are the speakers talking?

A. On the phone. B. In the classroom. C. On the tennis court.

14. What are the outside lines for?

A. Singles. B. Doubles. C. New learners.

15. How do tennis players decide who starts serving?

A. By using a coin. B. By following judges’ order. C. By having a bet.

16. What does “LOVE” mean in the tennis match?

A. 0. B. 15. C. 30.

听下面一段独白,回答以下小题。

17. What is the speaker mainly talking about?

A. College projects. B. Vacation arrangements. C. Dormitory management.

18. What should the students write down in the form?

A. Why they’ll be on campus B. When they’ll be on campus. C. Whether they’ll be on campus.

19. How many dormitories will be open?

A. 1. B. 31. C. 32.

20. What will be closed?

A. The post office and the college office. B. The library and the computer center. C. The college store and the dining halls.

高一英语期中考试阅读理解

第二部分阅读理解(共两节,满分40分)

第一节(共15小题;每小题2分,满分30分)阅读下列短文,从每题所给的四个选项(A、B、C和D)中,选出最佳选项。

A

When we do something, we all have our own plans. Some people are born planners. I can’t claim ( 宣称) to be one of that kind of people. Most of the time, I try to at least expect what might go wrong. I have taken to making lists and, although I’m not yet achieving perfection, I usually manage to achieve goals. But there are times when even the best plans do not succeed. All that is left then is to smile and to make or do something using whatever is found.

Hanukkah ( 光 明 节 ) came early this year, perhaps too soon after Thanksgiving to allow us to prepare well. During the first night of Hanukkah, the Hanukkah candles were nowhere to be found in the entire Dallas area where we lived. Birthday candles wouldn’t work! The tall long thin candle fell in small drops. “What would our ancestors do?” I thought. “What shall I do now? That’s where ingenuity comes from. Don’t be nervous and worried. Never let missing candles spoil a family celebration.” Later what we did find was a bag of tea lights. The long, silver bread tray became the base for our tea lights. The younger ones were wide-eyed and happy as Grandpa lit the first tea light and all recited the blessing. We sat at the dining table, happy to be together and the food was plentiful.

No matter how imperfect it is, the fact that families gather to share a special event, an event that has held meaning for so many generations of families, is the meaning itself and forms the important part of the observance ( 仪式). What we need to remember, and to carry with us, is the knowledge that togetherness is much better than all other concerns.

21. How does the author feel about perfect planning according to Paragraph I?

A. It should be an aim when we are doing things.

B. It is well worth considering carefully.

C. It often takes too much great effort.

D. It plays an important part in our daily life.

22. From the passage, what can we infer?

A. We should know well about our limited weaknesses.

B. We should make the most of the available resources.

C. We should get well prepared for the coming festival.

D. We should feel confident about our own abilities.

23. What does the underlined word “ingenuity” in the second paragraph mean?

A. Courage. B. Curiosity. C. Custom. D. Creativity.

24. What does the author think highly of?

A. Personal abilities. B. Personal experience.

C. Family reunion. D. Cultural difference.

B

Building your healthy diet

Although some extreme diets may suggest something else, we all need a balance of protein ( 蛋白质), fat, carbohydrates ( 碳水化合物), fiber, vitamins, and minerals in our diets to keep a healthy body. You don’t need to remove certain kinds of foods from your diet, but rather select the healthiest ones.

Protein

Protein gives us the energy to get up and go — and keep going — while also supporting mood and cognitive function. Too much protein can be harmful to people with kidney ( 肾 ) disease, but the latest research suggests that many of us need more high-quality protein, especially as we grow up. That doesn’t mean you have to eat more animal products — a variety of plant-based sources of protein each day can ensure your body gets all the essential protein it needs.

Fat

Not all fat is the same. While bad fat can destroy your diet and increase your risk of certain diseases, good fat protects your brain and heart. In fact, healthy fat — such as omega-3s — is necessary to your physical and emotional health. Understanding how to include more healthy fat in your diet can help improve your mood and your well-being.

Fiber

Eating foods high in dietary fiber (grains, fruit, vegetables, nuts, and beans) can help you stay regular and lower your risk of heart disease, stroke, and diabetes. It can also improve your skin and even help you to lose weight. Depending on your age and gender, nutrition experts suggest you eat at least 21 to 38 grams of fiber each day for optimal (最 佳的) health. Unfortunately, most of us aren’t eating even half that amount.

Calcium (钙)

Your body uses calcium to build healthy bones and teeth, keep them strong, send messages through the nervous system, and regulate the heart’s rhythm. Not getting enough calcium in your diet can also lead to anxiety, depression, and sleep difficulties. Whatever your age or gender (性别), it’s necessary to include calcium-rich foods in your diet.

25. What is important to keep a healthy body according to the passage?

A. Doing regular exercise. B. Making a proper choice.

C. Following good advice. D. Developing a simple lifestyle.

26. What can we know about protein from the second paragraph?

A. We should have as much protein as possible.

B. The more you have animal products, the better for health.

C. Protein can improve a person’s mood.

D. We should have less protein when we get older.

27. How do foods in high fiber benefit our body?

A. They help improve the skin. B. They are good for eyesight.

C. They provide more energy. D. They help build healthy teeth.

28. What’s the bad effect of lack of calcium according to the last paragraph?

A. People may become older easily.

B. People may have the risk of heart disease.

C. People may lose weight quickly in a short time.

D. People may have trouble in sleep.

C

Reading makes you a smarter, better leader. But if you’ve been following the latest science, you’ll also know that studies have shown regularly picking up a book might increase your empathy ( 共鸣) and protect you from feeling lonely, hopeless or suffering from dementia ( 痴 呆 ) in later life. But obviously, that’s not the end of the list. New research has discovered yet another benefit of being a reader who focuses one’s mind on reading.

After following those surveyed based on more than 3,500 adults over age 50 for 12 years, the team from Yale University behind the research found that those who read books for 3.5 hours a week were 23 percent less likely to die. Reading for less than 3.5 hours a week lowered participants’ (参加者) risk of death by 17 percent. Put another way, picking up an interesting book could earn you about an extra two years.

It’s worth noticing that the researchers were looking exactly at time spent in reading books, rather than newspapers, magazines, or online media, and that this difference is important for the observed advantages of reading. “We found that reading books provided a greater advantage than reading newspapers or magazines,” said Avni Bavishi of the Yale School of Public Health. “This effect is likely because books attract the readers’ mind more — providing more cognitive ( 认 知 的 ) advantages, and therefore increasing the lifespan (寿命). In short, deep slow reading rather than reading quickly and carelessly is best.”

So how long should you be reading for, and what sort of titles should you pick up? While more reading seems to be better, the researchers suggest that anything more than

30 minutes a day will be likely to do good to you. As for what exactly to read, the researchers can’t yet offer much advice beyond making time for actual books, though they pointed out this was a promising way to future research.

29. What’s the purpose of the author’s writing the first paragraph?

A. To tell the importance of modern science.

B. To explain the reasons for forming good habits.

C. To show the benefits of reading.

D. To list some painful sufferings.

30. What is the finding of the research of Yale University?

A. Reading can build one’s confidence.

B. Reading might make one feel safe.

C. Reading should be done regularly.

D. Reading could help one live longer.

31. Why is it better to read books instead of newspapers or magazines?

A. It improves the readers’ abilities to know about things.

B. It helps the readers to get more interested in the stories.

C. It makes the readers think of their own past experiences.

D. It offers the readers different practical skills of reading.

32. What will the future research focus on?

A. Reading methods. B. Reading materials. C. Reading abilities. D. Reading purposes.

D

When I was trying to find a place where to spend my December holidays, I met by chance some cheap flights to Iceland. After checking just a few winter pictures of Iceland, I realized that the country, known as the land of fire and ice, during the cold months of the year could offer me experiences I had never had before.

For sure you can’t miss the chance to go to Iceland in winter if your traveling wish list includes at least one of the crazy experiences Iceland can offer. Iceland in the North

Atlantic Ocean is a paradise ( 乐 园 ) for all those who want to see the northern lights, experience cold weather conditions and put themselves in geothermal ( 地 热 的 ) baths while the snow is falling on their head.

The best way to move around Iceland is with a rental car. Distances are huge and public transport in winter is not really common out of the major towns. As we wanted to be even more convenient we decided to rent a small camper ( 野 营 车 ). Sleeping and cooking in a camper saved us a lot of driving, money and gave us the chance to be always in the right place at the right time.

There were also no locals and in many cases no tourist facilities (设备). For us, as we slept in a camper, it was easier. But for tourists traveling by normal cars it is necessary to check the opening times of hotels and restaurants as many of them run just from June to September.

It is amazing to experience how the weather is changing in Iceland. However, Icelanders prefer to stay inside their houses. They have even no time to complain about the weather in December. All they care about is Christmas. They love to decorate their houses, sing Christmas songs and eat typical Christmas food.

33. Why is Iceland famous as the land of fire and ice?

A. Because tourists would like to play with fire on the ice.

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“老师,高中英语到底该怎么学?我每天刷题,可是成绩还是很差,特别是阅读理解,都做了很多了,可每次做还是错,该怎么破?”作为一名关注高中学法的老师,当学生这样问我的时候,我有以下回答。

有这样疑问的学生实在不少,原因在于你做题的质量。可以看出,你只是为了做题而做题,并没有在做题过程中有意识地培养能力。这样做阅读和完形,无论你做多少篇,你的水平都在原地打转,并没有真正的提高。

那么,阅读和完形该怎么做才能提高水平,才能取得实实在在的进步?我想关键在于做题的过程,坚持这三个做法会很有效果。

第一、做题目的要着眼于解决问题,不要只为了选出答案。

比如遇到不认识的单词需要查,并顺便记忆;文章中的难懂句子要尽可能的弄懂,特别是长难句,是千万不可放过的。突破长难句才会提高阅读能力,这虽然很难,但真的很有效。可以把阅读中遇到的长难句收集起来,写在一个本子上,集中去记,如果能背下来效果更好。

每一次做阅读,都是一次能力的提升,如果以这样的心态做题,收获必然很大。

第二、做题的目的是为了提高能力,不能为做题而做题。

可以看出,你的做法只是追求了数量而忽视了质量,练习变成了低层次的重复,自然就没有好的效果。不管是阅读还是完形,做题的目的都是为了提升英语能力,如果只是为做题而做题,那是没有意义的。尤其现在的高考题,考查非常灵活,它不会是你做过的任何一道题,到时候拼的全是基于句解和语感的阅读能力。

在阅读中学英语,小到记单词,大到句子解析,特别是记单词和短语,比单纯去背要好很多,因为有语境,可以活学活用。如果能把一些典型阅读反复读几遍,收获会更大。

第三、既要追求速度,更要有效果保证,精读和泛读结合才是高质量做题。

如果篇篇精做,花个半小时以上,也不现实;但如果像题主那样都走马观花更不可取。理想的做法是做一篇要有一篇的收获,从词语、句子到语法,于细节处积累,积少成多,必然能提高水平。而至于在分析环节去提高解题技巧,则更不可缺少。

三个做法,三种英语学习策略,相信它会有效果。功夫不负有心人,只要用心,没有学不好的英语;只要高质量的刷题,你的每一次付出都会有回报。相信自己,有那么多的人能学好英语,你也可以的。只有高质量的学习,才会有高分数的回报。我是高中教师,致力于学法研究,呈现更多原创学法类文章,只为助力学子圆梦大学。

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