浙江省名校新高考研究2018届5月第三次联考英语试卷含答案

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2018年浙江省名校新高考研究联盟第三次联考 英语试题 (2018年5月) 第二部分阅读理解 第一节 A When you were at school, the last thing you probably wanted to do was spend your weekends going to work. There was homework to do, sport to play and fun to be had. But our parents probably persuaded us to find a job to earn some money and get some life experience. When I was a teenager I had a paper round delivering newspapers to peoples homes. I then progressed to a Saturday job in a supermarket stacking shelves and working at the checkout. Today in the UK you are allowed to work from the age of 13, and many children do take up part-time jobs. Its one of those things that is seen almost as a rite of passage. Its a taste of independence and sometimes a useful thing to put on your CV. Teenagers agree that it teaches valuable lessons about working with adults and also about managing your money. So, thats no bad thing Some research has shown that not taking on a Saturday or holiday job could be detrimental to a person later on. A 2015 study by the UK Commission on Employment and Skills found that not participating in part-time work at school age had been blamed by employers organizations for young adults being ill-prepared for full-time employment. But despite this, recent statistics have shown that the number of schoolchildren in the UK with a part-time job has fallen by a fifth in the past five years. Young people feel going out to work will delay their perance at school, and they are under more pressure now to study hard and get good exam results -and a good job in the long term. However, Geoff Barton, general secretary of the Association of School and College Leaders, told BBC News that “Properly regulated part time work is a good way of helping young people learn skills that they will need in their working lives.“ In reality, its all about getting the right balance between doing part-time work and having enough time to study and rest. That seems like something wroth getting up for a Saturday morning. 21. Which of the following in NOT included in the benefits of a Saturday job for school children A. Providing life experience and chances to be independent. B. Helping teenagers obtain good jobs in the future. C. Offering a balance between study and rest. D. Teaching lessons about managing money. 22. Why was the number of British teenagers with a part-time job fallen recently A. Because they agree it will be harmful to their later life. B. Because they want to play sports and have other fun. C. Because they are worried it will affect their academic perance. D. Because they are under more pressure to find a job in long term. 23. What’s the author’s attitude towards part-time work for teenagers A. Negative B. Conservative C. Doubtful D. Positive B Almost everyone has had the experience of standing at the cash register in front of a long line while a salesclerk struggles to find a bar code or price tag. Instead of taking the time to call for a price check, the clerk may turn to the customer and ask, “Do you know what the price is” For every customer who shakes his head “no,” forcing the salesclerk to call for assistance, there is a customer like Irene, a gray-haired widow, who loves to get into these situations. Though Irene knows the exact price of everything she purchases, she won’t tell it to the salesclerk. She’ll say “It’s 1.98” even when she knows it costs several dollars more. The fact that the salesclerk believes Irene isn’t her problem, Irene says, though she’ll admit it is one of the few benefits of looking like a nice old lady. Nancy, a math teacher, will never forget the time she was buying clothes for her four children. All of the items were reduced 20 percent from the clearance price. The salesgirl punched 打出in the first item’s price, and then took 20 percent off. So far, so good. Then she entered the price of the second item, subtotaled, and took 20 percent off again. Each time the clerk added another item, she subtotaled first before taking 20 percent off. When the final bill was a little over 10, Nancy could hardly believe her eyes. But she paid the bill without saying anything. She told her husband later that many people wouldn’t have even noticed what the clerk was doing wrong. “Why should I be penalized 使处于不利地位for knowing math” Nancy argued. A recent college graduate, Jeffrey, can’t afford everything he wants. When he got an offer to receive free issues期刊of a very expensive magazine, he immediately signed up for a subscription. From the very beginning he planned to cancel the subscription as soon as the free issues ran out. And he did. The problem was that the magazine kept coming anyway and, eventually, Jeffrey was billed for a year’s subscription. It took more than a few months of correspondence to get the whole mess settled. And, in the end, Jeffrey did get quite a few issues of the magazine without paying anything. We probably would all agree that Irene, Nan

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