2017年高二下学期英语期中试题(襄阳四校联考附答案)

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2017年高二下学期英语期中试题(襄阳四校联考附答案)

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2016—2017学年下学期高二期中考试
        英语试题

  
     时间:120(分钟) 主命题教师:宜城一中  
                   分值:150  分   副命题教师:枣阳一中  

本试卷分第I卷(选择题)和第II卷(非选择题)两部分。

第Ⅰ卷

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. What does the woman decide to do?
A. Stay at home.       B. Go fishing.    C. Hang out with her friends.
2. What’s wrong with the man?
A. He is sad.    B. He is tired.    C. He got sand in his eye.
3. How does the man manage to dress so well all the time?
A. By watching TV.  
B. By surfing the Internet.  
C. By reading fashion magazines.
4. What will the boy do?
A. Read a book.       B. Do some cleaning.  C. Play the video game.
5. What does the man suggest they do?
A. Keep it a secret.
B. Report it to the board of directors. 
C. Let the news reporter know it.
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。
听第6段材料,回答6、7题。
6. What probably are the speakers going to do soon?
A. Sing some songs.   B. Do some exercise.  C. Watch a movie.
7. What do we know about the woman?
A. She always supports her words with actions.
B. She is unfit.
C. She doesn’t like the man.
听第7段材料,回答第8、9题。
8.What probably is the woman’s job?
A. A waitress.    B. A hostess.    C. A teacher.
9. Why can the man get the coffee for free?
A. He knows the coffee shop owner well.     
B. He owns the coffee shop.
C. His friend works here.
听第8段材料,回答第10至12题。
10. When does the conversation happen?
A. In the morning.   B. At noon.    C. In the evening.
11. What does the man need a new suit for?
A. A business meeting.  B. A birthday party.   C. A wedding.
12. How much does the grey suit cost?
A. £500.     B. £1,500.    C.£2,500.
听第9段材料,回答第13至16题。
13. What did the man do in his holiday?
A. He enjoyed the sunshine at the beach.
B. He stayed at home watching TV.
C. He worked out in the gym.

14. What’s the advantage of going back with the car?
A. It’s less stressful.    B. It’s easy to explore the coast.    C. It’s time saving.
15. Where did the woman live probably?
A. In Long Beach.      B. In London.         C. In Seattle.
16. How long did it take the woman to return?
A. 1.5 hours     B. 3 hours    C. 5 hours.
听第10段材料,回答第17至20题。
17. What kind of routes should be chosen?
A. Routes with lots of tree cover.
  B. Routes with lots of people.
C. Routes with lot of rivers nearby.
18. What’s the best time to hike in summer probably?
A. In the early morning.     
B. Between 2:00 p.m. to 4:00 p.m.
C. Around the sunset.
19. What kind of clothing should be avoided when hiking in summer?
A. Shorts.     B. Pants.     C. Jeans.
20. What is recommended besides water?
A. Milk.     B. Sports drink.   C. Fruit juice.

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
Before you know it, the sound of sleigh(雪橇) bells will be heard on your rooftop. If you love the holidays but hate the cold, why not wear your coat and wool gloves this year and celebrate a warm Christmas?
Beaufort, South Carolina
Beaufort is a small town with a huge heart and is located in heart of the Lowcountry. It is close to Savannah and Charleston, and a short drive to the beaches of Hilton Head Island. Its location is great for visiting the larger cities and enjoying the sights and sounds of a small town. December temperatures average in the low 60s.
Orlando, Florida
Enjoy everything in Orlando without the huge crowds of summer. Theme parks have special attractions this time of year, such as “Mickey’s Very Merry Christmas”, but be aware that some of the special attractions require a separate ticket. Orlando temperatures average around 72 degrees in December.
San Francisco, California
The City by the Bay comes alive in December as it transforms into a wonderland of lights. Stay near Union Square so you are close to all the activities and can easily get around via  the historic cable cars. San Francisco’s December temperatures average in the high 50s.
New Orleans, Louisiana
Celebrate Christmas season in the Big Easy. The Oaks, visited by over 122,000 people last year, has one of the most beautiful Christmas exhibitions in the country. Many hotels in the area offer Papa Noel specials, making this a very affordable holiday destination. December temperatures average in the 60s.
21. You can easily travel through San Francisco by      .
 A. bike   B. taxi   C. cable car   D. bus
22. Spending the Christmas in New Orleans, you can     .
 A. enjoy a wonderland of lights  B. avoid the huge crowds 
C. visit various theme parks   D. enjoy Papa Noel specials
23. What’s the purpose of writing this passage?
 A. To describe different celebrations during the Christmas.
B. To introduce four places to spend a warm Christmas.
C. To introduce four places’ special Christmas traditions.
D. To attract readers to spend Christmas there.

B
Doing their best to clean up their reputation—vultures(秃鹫)equipped with cameras have become the main heroes of a creative social media campaign aimed at raising awareness about illegal rubbish dumps in Lima.
Besides its four official landfill sites(垃圾填埋场), the Peruvian capital has a lot of illegal dumps, where an estimated 20 percent of its trash ends up as an open-air environmental and health danger. “We have ten vultures equipped with a GPS. We also have a bigger group of vultures, just over 20, that are only equipped with a wing tag. In all, the project is designed to last two years,” explains vulture trainer Alfredo Correa. The vultures are the perfect bird to take on such a task. No preparation was needed: the birds naturally fly together to the landfill sites to feed. They have been trained to fly back to their keepers after each outing. The video they recorded is then posted online.
A TV and radio campaign has been launched to promote the program, which shows the birds as heroes who are helping clean up the city. While the scavengers(食腐动物)are mostly terrified by Lima’s residents, it’s hoped that they might take a different view from now on. “Generally the majority of people have a negative view of the vulture, which is often associated with death and other negative things. People don’t realize that they play a very important role in nature, especially in Lima as they help control a small amount of the large quantity of rubbish we dump,” says Correa. Since the project was launched, other Peruvian cities have reportedly expressed interest in joining.
24. People use vultures equipped with cameras to        .
   A. record the life of vultures     B. help people get rid of trash
C. improve awareness about illegal dumps  D. find the GPS
25. What is the advantage of using vultures to take on the task?
   A. They don’t need preparations.    B. They have no enemy in the open air.
C. They can find some illegal dumps quickly.  D. There are so many vultures in the wild.
26. Usually, people dislike the vultures, because       .
   A. vultures have something to do with accidents 
B. vultures are linked with death
C. vultures are associated with hunger
D. vultures are the symbol of money
27. What can we infer from the last sentence of this passage?
   A. No other city will use vultures.
B. There will be no illegal trash dump  in Peru.
C. Vultures will be used in other cities of Peru.
D. Peruvian villages have no interest in using vultures.

C
Did you know that the Navy trained dolphins to find mines(地雷) which often blow up? Apparently, it was a cost effective method; now, the Navy are preparing to replace the dolphins with robots, not because they were doing a bad job or because they want to do a more human job, but because, guess what? Robots are more cost effective.
Not particularly known for being humans, they’re also not planning to release or retire the dolphins, but they’re considering what other jobs they could be assigned to —probably some just as dangerous.
“Everyone is familiar with security patrol dogs. You may even know that because of their exceptionally keen sense of smell, dogs like beagles are also used to detect drugs and bombs, or land mines. But a dog would not be effective in finding a sea mine,” reads the Navy’s site. “But just as the dog’s keen sense of smell makes it ideal for detecting land nines, the U.S. Navy has found that the biological sonar(声呐) of dolphins, called echolocation, makes them uniquely effective at locating sea mines so they can be avoided or removed.”
The Navy will now equip underwater robots which will do the same job at a bigger distance, without needing constant rest and manned monitor. I, for one, hope the dolphins will be given a break and assigned to a safer task.
28. Why will robots take the place of dolphins to find mines?
A. Because dolphins do very bad jobs.
B. Because dolphins are endangered animals.
C. Because scientists want to be friendly to dolphins.
D. Because using robots is cheaper.
29. Dogs can be used to detect drugs due to       .
A. e xcellent sense of smell    B. higher IQ compared with dolphins
C. echolocation       D. biological sonar
30. The underlined word “they” in Paragraph 3 refers to         .
A. security patrol dogs     B. dolphins
C. sea mines       D. the US Navy
31.What is the main idea of the passage?
A. Robots are going to take the place of dolphins to find mines.
B. Dolphins are good at finding mines.
C. Robots are welcome by humans because of their efficiency.
D. Compared to security patrol dogs, dolphins do well in finding sea mines.

D
When I entered high school, I was very slim and short. Though I had always been cute, my height was an issue. My parents were considering growth hormones(荷尔蒙).
That summer, I tolerated some of the worst pains I have ever felt, worse than any broken bone I had experienced. Yet I did not mind these constant pains, recognizing it as growing pains. Upon some research, I discovered that there is no medical term for growing pains, because there is no proof of a relation between growth and pain, and that these pains generally do not occur in children of over eleven or twelve. As a teenager of 15 at the time, I conclude that there is a very real relation between growth and pain, and that the only treatment doctors prescribed for this medical mystery is Aspirin, and that my body decided to be incredibly lazy for nearly 5 years.
Now my particular growth patterns could not keep my own mother interested. However, the ideas people have kept of me are in fact worth noticing. To the majority of my high-school colleagues I am still the little kid I was when I walked into the school on my first day; however, my perceptions of them vary little from their first day at school. I am still often made to sit in the middle seat of a car, while my shorter, lighter friends sit on the outside because everybody assumes it will make sense.
Having a fairly mild character, my friends’ inability to see the person I’ve grown into does not bother me. Instead, I just wonder what will happen next year at college, with a fresh slate. I know what it is like not to be short, but I have yet to experience the feelings associated with my new figure. Perhaps next year, I will be defined by my memory for random events and numbers, my taste in music, or even my love for Japanese food. Almost anything would be a step up.
32. What was the author worried about at high school?
   A. Her stud y.       B. Her slimness.
   C. Her relationship.      D. Her height problem.
33. What does the second paragraph mainly tell us?
   A. The author’s growing pains.    B. The author’s experience of being treated.
   C. The author’s feeling to her school.  D. The relation between growth and pain.
34. What is the author’s main concern now?
   A. Where she will sit.        B. How people treat her.
   C. When she can grow up.    D. What people expect of her.
35. According to the passage, all of the following can be inferred Except that ___.
A. in order to become tall, the author suffered a lot.
B. the author is still slim and short.
C. it matters to the author what she is like in others’ eyes.
D. we can conclude the author is a positive and optimistic person.

第二节 (共5小题;每小题2分,满分10分)

根据短文内容,从短文后的选项中选出能填入空白处的最佳选项。选项中有两项为多余选项。
Some parents wonder how they can help their children in the performance of education. Richard W. Riley once said, “The American family is the rock on which a solid education can be built. I have seen examples all over this nation where two-parent families, single parents, stepparen ts, grandparents, aunts, a nd uncles are providing strong families support for their children to learn. If families teach the love of learning, it can make all the difference in the world to their children.   36  ”
Read together
  37   Show your kids how much you value reading by keeping good books, magazines, and newspapers in the house. Let them see you read. Take them on trips to the library and encourage them to get library cards. Let children read to you, and talk about the books. What was the book about? Why did a character act that way? What will he or she do next?
Look for other ways to teach children the magic of language, words, and stories.   38   Point out words to children wherever you go—to the grocery, to the pharmacy, to the gas station. Encourage your children to write notes to grandparents and other relatives.
Use TV wisely
Academic achievement drops sharply for children who watch more than 10 hours of television a week, or an average of more than two hours a day. Parents can limit the amount of viewing and help children select educational programs.   39   This will help children understand how stories are structured.
  40 
Studies show that successful students have parents who create and maintain family routines. Make sure your child goes to school every day. Establish a regular time for homework each afternoon or evening, set aside a quiet, well lit place, and encourage children to study. Routines generally include time performing chores, eating meals together, and going to bed at an established time.
A. Be honest with children.
B. Establish a daily family routine.
C. Parents can also watch and discuss shows with their kids.
D. Tell stories to your children about their families and their culture.
E. So here are steps you can take to improve your children’s education.
F. Children who read at home with their parents perform better in school.
G. How ever, not all parents have realized that being with their children is so beneficial.

第三部分  英语知识运用(共两节,满分45分)

第一节 完形填空(共20小 题;每小题1.5分,满分30分)

阅读下面短文,从短文后各题所给的四个选项(A、B、C和D)中,选出可以填入空白处最佳选项。
It was a cold morning and there was almost nobody walking on the icy road. James, an  elderly man, walked with great  41  on the road. As is well—known to us ,aging is something that everybody must  42 . Both his eyesight and  43  failed. Just as he was  44  his steps cautiously, a  45  was approaching by and sent him falling into the ditch(小水坑) by the road.  46  what h ad happened, the driver was scared but he didn’t  47 . On the contrary, he fled away in no time.  48  and overweight James was  49  injured and he couldn’t move a bit. He could only lie there  50 , hoping  51 kind man could aid him. Cold and injured, James gradually lost his  52 .
About 10 minutes later, another car  53  near. When the driver, Steven, saw someone lying in the ditch by the roadside, he  54  stopped and went out of the car. He put one finger in front of James’s nose and  55 the breath, knowing he was still living. He shouldered him up and carried him into his car. Having wrapped a  56 blanket around James, he took off his own coat and covered James. After that he 57  for the nearby hospital. Because of the warmth of the blanket and Steven’s coat, James slowly  58 . Knowing it was the young man who had saved him, he erupted into tears ,saying “Thank you, kind boy!  59  you I would have died! ”
  60    for Steven it is a small case, we should always remember these who have helped us when we are in great need.
41. A. care    B. patience   C. force   D. strength
42. A. fight    B. think    C. learn   D. experience
43. A. sense    B. ability    C. hearing  D. appearance
44. A. noticing   B. minding   C. seeing   D. witnessing
45 . A. man    B. car    C. horse   D. train
46. A. Frightening  B. Feeling   C. Conducting  D. Observin g
47. A. pick up   B. pull over   C. go over  D. cut down
48. A. Poor    B. Sad    C. Strong   D. Frightened
49. A. greatly   B. badly    C. slightly  D. sharply
50. A. quiet    B. still    C. calm   D. safe
51. A. every    B. other    C. some   D. another
52. A. consciousness  B. life    C. way   D. concept
53. A. pulled   B. pushed   C. dragged  D. drew
54. A. immediately  B. unwillingly   C. bravely  D. suddenly
55. A. touched   B. felt    C. smelt   D. confirmed
56. A. warm   B. beautiful   C. cold   D. elegant
57. A. set    B. ran    C. headed   D. rowed
58. A. gave back   B. got up    C. came to   D. looked around
59. A. For    B. With    C. Without  D. Besides
60. A. When   B. As    C. Because  D. While

 

第II卷

第三部分  英语知识运用(共两节,满分45分)
第二节 语法填空(共10小题;每小题1.5分,满分15分)
阅读下面材料,在空白处填入适当的内容(1个单词)或括号内单词的正确形式。
  Kenya signed an  61 (agree) with China in 2013 to construct a new standard railway from Nairobi to Mombasa, part of  62 will run through the Tsavo National Park. The section of the railway that passes through the park is being built at a raised level  63 (allow) space for underpasses (地下通道) for the animals.
The Tsavo National Park is home to Kenya’s  64 (large) elephant group, according to non-profit organization the Tsavo Trust. It says there  were just over 12,000 elephants in the Tsavo National Park in 2011. Robert O’Brien is Assistant Director of the Tsavo National Park at the Kenya Wildlife Service. He says monitoring the  65 (elephant) movements will help also to reduce conflict  66 humans, which has been  67 key issue in this area. Sospeter Kiambi, an office worker of the Kenya Wildlife Service elephant program,  68 (say) the project is  69 (potential) dangerous for both elephants and people, but he also says that authorities will make full use of this exercise and avoid  70 (make) silly decisions to damage the relation to wildlife.
In all, projects like this one could help elephants and people live together a little more harmoniously.

第四部分  写作(共两节,满分35分)

第一节 短文改错(共10小题;每小题1分,满分10分)
第二节 
假定英语课上老师要求同桌之间交换修改作文,请你修改你同桌写的以下作文。文中共有10处语言错误,每句中最多有两处。每处错误仅涉及一个单词的增加、删除或修改。
增加:在缺词处加一个漏字符号(∧),并在其下面写出该加的词。
删除:把多余的词用斜线(╲)划掉。
修改:在错的词下面画一横线,并在该词下面写出修改后的词。
注意:1、每处错误及其修改均仅限一词;
          2、只允许修改10处,多者(从第11处起)不计分。
For my birthday, my mother bought me model plane, that was so lovely that my best friend, Li Hua, wanted to play with it too. Therefore, he couldn’t handle it and the plane got beyond my control, falling onto the ground and breaking into pieces. Seeing my plane breaking, I felt so angry that I beat him. Tear in his eyes, he ran away saying nothing. From then on, we didn’t play with together and even avoided meeting each other. But after a few days, I felt extreme unhappy without his company. Finally, I couldn’t bear it any more, going to Li Hua and asked him to forgive me. Only then did I realize the importance of forgiving.
Forgiving others’ faults actually bring happiness to ourselves.

第二节 书面表达(满分25分)
社会发展到了2050年,照顾老年人成了一个突出的社会问题。假设你叫李华,你顺应社会研发了一款家用机器人。请你根据以下内容给某公司写封推介信,向该公司推荐你的这一新产品。
该机器人的主要功能有:
    1、可以在固定的时间做饭,做饭时间可以根据个人需要进行调整;
2、可以陪老人聊天、下棋、做运动等;
3、及时处理突发事件,例如在老人突然病倒时及时拨打呼救电话等。
注意:1、词数不少于100;
      2、内容可适当发挥,注意行文连贯。
3、信的开头、结尾已给,不计入总词数。
参考词汇:突出的,显著的prominent     紧急事件emergency
家用机器人the household robot
Dear Sir/ Madam,
I’m glad to recommend to your company my latest household robot.                                                              
                                                                             
                                                                                   
Yours Sincerely
Li Hua


2016—2017学年下学期高二期中考试
                        英语参考答案
第一部分 听力
1—5  ACCBA  6—10  ABBCB  11—15  CBABB  16—20  CAACB
第二部分  阅读理解    21—23 CDB  24—27  CABC 
28—31  DACA  32—35  DABB    36—40  EFDCB
第三部分  英语知识运用
第一节 完形填空    41—60 ADCBB  DBABB  CADAB  ACCCD 
第二节
61. agreement  62. which   63. to allow  64. largest    65. elephants’
66. with    67. a   68. says   69. potentially   70. making
第四部分  写作
第一节 短文改错
For my birthday, my mother bought me model plane, that was so lovely that my best
          which
friend, Li Hua, wanted to play with it too. Therefore, he couldn’t handle it and the plane
                                  However
got beyond my control, falling onto the ground and breaking into pieces. Seeing my plane
          his
breaking, I felt so angry that I beat him. Tear in his eyes, he ran away saying nothing.
broken                           Tears   
From then on, we didn’t play with together and even avoided meeting each other. But after a few days, I felt extreme unhappy without his company. Finally, I couldn’t bear it any
              extremely
more, going to Li Hua and asked him to forgive me. Only then did I realize the importance
      went
of forgiving.
Forgiving others’ faults actually bring happiness to ourselves.
                          brings
第二节 书面表达
Dear Sir/Madam,
I’m glad to recommend to your c ompany my latest household robot.. As you know, with the development of economy, people have to face various pressures. They don’t have enough time to attend to the old people in their families, which has become a prominent social problem. To solve this problem, I invented the household robot, which is designed to take care of old people.
It can cook meals at a fixed time which can be adjusted according to individual needs. It can also accompany old people in having a chat, playing chess, and doing exercise. Moreover, it can deal with emergencies. For example, if an old man falls ill suddenly, the robot will call doctors for help.
I’m sure your company will benefit a lot from it if you own such a robot.

Yours Sincerely
                                              Li Hua
参考答案及评分标准

Text 1
M: What a fine day to go fishing! Will you join us?
W: I think I’ll pass. I want to spent some time alone at home.
Text 2
W: Jim, are you crying? What’s wrong?
M: Oh, I’m okay, Joan. Just got a grain of sand in my eye.
Text 3
W: Hayden, how do you manage to dress so well all the time?
M: Oh, I buy this fashion magazine every month. It really helps me keep up-to-date with trends.
Text 4
W: Terry, you are playing the video game again! How many times have I told you that you need to keep your study tidy at all times?
M: Okay, mum, I’ll clean it now myself. Just don’t move my stuff.
Text 5
W: Should I report it to the board of directors?
M: We need to keep it just between us. If the newspaper gets to hear about this, our share price will drop.
Text 6
M: ⑥Rosie, hurry up! Look, here is the karaoke bar.
W: (Breathing heavily) Dean, why is the bar on the top floor? So many stairs. Help me, please.⑦Oh, I’m so unfit. I need to start doing more exercise. I’m going to join the gym tomorrow.
M: Tomorrow? Why don’t you join the gym today?
W: I will join tomorrow, and then I will go every single day. I will, I really will.
M: Rosie, you’ve been saying that for months, but you never actually do it.
W: This time I will. I promise.
M: That’s what you always say.
Text 7
W: Thanks for the coffee, Rocky!⑧What a good idea to present our talk show from a coffee shop!
M: Yes, Leigh. It’s good to get out of the studio. Anyway, I got the coffee for free here.
W: You don’t pay for it? So why do you get it for free?
M: Er… Contacts.
W: Contacts?
M: Yeah, people I know. Don’t tell anyone, but⑨ my friend works here and well, when the boss isn’t around, he gives me the coffee for free!
W: (Speaking loudly) He gives it to you for free!
M: Shush! Keep your voice down. If he gets found out, he’ll lose the job!
Text 8
M: Violet, ⑩it’s great that you’ve come with me during our lunch break to do some shopping. ○11 I need to buy a suit to go to a wedding and I have to look very sm art.
W: And I will make sure of that, Aaron. Everybody says I have good taste.
M: Glad to hear that.
W: Aaron, I love that grey suit in the window!
M: Wow, it looks really smart, actually. It will make me look great.
W: Exactly. Let’s go into the shop. You must try it.
M: Look, Violet. The color suits me well.
W: Definitely. It looks good on you, but a size smaller would fit better. I’m sure everybody in the wedding will think you are a powerful man.
M: Hmm, yes. Oh, wait, Violet. Look at this price tag-○121,500pounds! It really costs an arm and a leg! Let’s just leave this suit here. I’m sure we can find a good suit with a more reasonable price.
Text 9
W: Good to see you, Joshua. How was your holiday in Sunny Spain?
M: Ah, ○13it was fantastic: the sun, the beach, the sea, the food and the people. It was perfect. How about you, Lucy? Did you manage to get away for the weekend?
W: We had a good start of our weekend at the seaside, but it was just awful on the way back.
M: Oh, dear. What happened?
W: Er, we decided to drive down instead of getting the train.
M: Hmm, good idea. Well, ○14  with the car, you can explore the coast easily, can’t you? But the train can be less stressful.
W: And the return journey was absolutely crazy-○15so many people going back to London after the weekend.
M: So you were caught in a traffic jam?
W: Yeah, we were not moving at all on one stretch of the motor way. ○16A ninety-minute journey in the end took us five hours!
M: Oh, poor, you. It’s so frustrating, isn’t?
W: You bet.
Text 10
M: For those who like hiking, it’s hard to keep this hobby during summer. Here I’d like to share some tips on how to stay cool when hiking in the hot weather.
Firstly, choose a route according to your fitness. Generally, stick with easier routes and ○17choose routes that have a lot of tree cover, so the sun is not beating down on you directly. If possible, avoid hiking during the hottest hours of the day, which are usually between twelve to four p.m. ○18If you start hiking earlier in the morning, the temperature is a lot cooler. Secondly, wear clothing that is breathable and comfortable. Some people prefer shorts. Some prefer pants. But whatever you prefer, make sure the material keeps you cool and dry. ○19Avoid jeans or clothing that stay wet when you sweat. Bring a towel to wipe away sweat and wear a hat and sun glasses to avoid the sunlight. Bring a change of clothes so that when your hike is over, you can change into something dry. A backpack is always practical to put everything in.
Finally, ○20bring water and sports drink. Water is essential, but if you sweat a lot, water is not sufficient. You need to drink a sports drink to supply minerals and salt lost through sweat. Otherwise, you might feel dizzy.
 

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