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 2016学年第一学期徐汇区学习能力诊断卷高三英语试题             2016.12


高三英语试卷(听力略) 
Grammar and vocabulary
 Section A
Directions: After reading the passage below, fill in the blanks to make the passage coherent and grammatically correct. For the blanks with a given word, fill in each blank with the proper form of the given word; for the other blanks, use one word that best fits each blank.
Please mind the silence
   Despite being used by 1.34 billion people each year, traveling on the Tube in London can actually be quite lonely. An unwritten rule encouraging silence, mixed with classic British reserve, means that (21) you’re packed into an enclosed space with hundreds of other people, the morning commute (上下班)can leave you feeling somewhat isolated.
One London resident, however, is trying to change this.
“You get on the Tube here and ifs completely silent and ifs weird," says Jonathan Dunne, 42, an American living in London, who has, ironically, started (22) worldwide dialogue after
giving out badges (黴章)with the slogan “Tube chat?” last month, encouraging commuters in London to get talking to one another. “I handed out 500 badges during rush hour in a city of 8
million, expecting many refusals and most of them (23) (throw) away, but after about 24   hours it completely snowballed,” he says.
Dunne and his “Tube chat” campaign (24) (feature) in media across the world ever since, seeing TV interviews in Sweden, Brazil and the UK, as well as countless website, newspaper and magazine appearances.
Although Dunne says he’s received mostly positive feedback, not everyone agrees with his sentiment. Londoner Brian Wilson responded with a campaign of (25) own, handing out 500 badges with the words “Don’t even think about it” on them.
“I (26) hardly stand the idea of having to talk to strangers on the Tube on my way to work,” he told the BBC. Michael Robinson, 24, a student from London, agrees. “Being on the Tube is the only peace and quiet some people get on their journeys to and (27) work. It doesn’t need to be spoiled by people coming up and chatting to you,” he says. While London has its seemingly antisocial set of regulations to follow, not everywhere lacks a sense of community.
Does Dunne hope that some of this community spirit (28) (mirror) in the UK following his campaign? “People assume that I just walk up and talk to strangers, (29) I don’t, but it’s been a great way to meet people you would never have normally spoken to,” he says. “On Monday, Oct 10, the curator (馆长)of the London Transport Museum had me over for tea.”
So if you ever end up (30) (use) public transport in the West, why not say hello to the person next to you? Just make sure to check for a badge first.
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