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山東省淄博市2017屆高三第二次模擬考試英語試題

山東省淄博市2017屆高三第二次模擬考試
英語試題
第二部分 閱讀理解(共兩節,滿分40分)
第一節(共15小題;每小題2分,滿分30分)
閱讀下列短文,從每題所給的四個選項(A、B、C和D)中,選出最佳選項,并在答題卡上將該項涂黑。
A
Many schools across the US hold graduation ceremonies this time of year. In some schools, even 5 and 6-year-olds observe their graduation from kindergarten. And so can older people, much older. Meet 70-year-old Jerry Reid, who just graduated from the University of Virginia in Charlottesville. He earned a bachelor’s degree.
Mr. Reid might not look like the average college student; his hair is definitely grayer. But still Jerry Reid’s age is easy to forget, other UVA students know him as one of their own.
Mr. Reid sat into the “Hoo Crew,” a group that cheers loudly for the school at sports events. He also joined a men's group on campus. He sang drinking songs along with many other students. Mr. Reid’s school friends say they can talk to him just about anything.
About a half century ago, in his 20s, Mr. Reid was not in school. Instead, he was racing cars and chasing girls. But he says his friend Bill invited him to UVA parties.
“Bill told me what a terrible life I had unless I came up here and went to school with him,” said Reid.
That was in 1963. Jerry Reid says it took him 48 years to take that advice. In 2011, he entered college. UVA Professor Luke Wright says Mr. Reid influences students. He opened the minds of the young adults. The teacher says Mr. Reid showed them that life does not end at 40. Instead, the 70-year-old college graduate believes that getting older can be the beginning of a dream.
“Remember that path that you left waits for you. It’s there. It’s yours. All you must do is to get out of your own way and get back to it. And, that's exactly what I did,” said Reid.
Mr. Reid says that he and his wife Susan now would take some time off to enjoy his college degree. Then, he’ll return to UVA to begin studying for his graduate degree.
21. Which of the following is true of Mr. Reid?
A. He was laughed at by other students.
B. He was interested in study in his youth.
C. He enlarged the views of young people.
D. He got his graduate degree at the age of 70.
22. From the third paragraph, we can infer that Mr. Reid was _________.
   A. considerate    B. independent    C. intelligent   D. energetic
23. What does Paragraph 6 mainly discuss?
A. How Mr. Reid realizes his dream.
B. What teachers think of Mr. Reid.
C. When Mr. Reid entered college.
D. Why the students likes Mr. Reid.
24. What lesson can we learn from the story of Jerry Reid?
A. It is never too late to learn.
B. Two heads are better than one.
C. Actions speak louder than words.
D. A friend in need is a friend indeed.
B
Raymond Wang, 17, of Canada was awarded first place for a device that improves air quality on airplanes while cutting down the spreading of diseases at this year’s Intel International Science and Engineering Fair (ISEF).
According to Intel, Wang's system improves the quality of fresh air in a plane cabin by more than 190 per cent, while cutting diseases by up to 55 times, compared to conventional designs. Intel noted that Wang's invention could be easily and economically fixed into existing airplanes.
Two other teen researchers earned awards of $50,000 each at the event. One developed a technique to more quickly diagnose diseases caused by HIV. It’s the virus responsible for AIDS. The other invented a device to more quickly shut down undersea oil spills.
“Intel believes young people are the key to future innovation and that in order to confront the global challenges of tomorrow, we need students from all backgrounds to get involved in science, technology and engineering,” says Wendy Hawkins, executive director of the Intel Foundation. “We hope these winners will inspire other young people to pursue their interest in these fields,” she says, “and apply their curiosity and creativity to the common good.”
This year's Intel International Science and Engineering Fair featured approximately 1,700 young scientists selected from more than 75 countries and regions. In addition to the top winners, 600 finalists received awards and prizes for their innovative research.
The Intel International Science and Engineering Fair honours the world’s most promising student scientists, inventors and engineers. Their projects are then evaluated online by nearly 1,000 judges from almost every scientific field.
The 2015 Intel ISEF is funded jointly by Intel and the Intel Foundation with additional awards and support from dozens of other academic, governmental and scientific organizations. This year, US$4 million was awarded.
25. Compared to traditional designs, Raymond Wang’s system _________.
A. prevents oceans from oil pollution quickly
B. improves air quality on airplanes effectively
C. treats diseases happening on airplanes quickly
D. costs more but can be easily fixed into airplanes
26. For what purpose is Intel ISEF carried out?
A. To inspire teenagers to challenge the authorities.
B. To persuade more teens to do good to the society.
C. To get more teens involved in computer exploring.
D. To encourage young people to get interested in science.
27. What do we know about 2015 Intel ISEF?
A. More than 30% of finalists receive awards and prizes.
B. Scientists all over the world compete for grand prizes.
C. Nearly 1000 judges are present at the site of competition.
D. US$4 million awards and prizes are offered by Intel alone.
C
Where should an adventurous tourist go? After you’ve done sightseeing in London, shopping in New York, enjoyed the local food in Paris, and danced to your heart’s content at the Brazilian carnival, where else can you go? What attractive tourist destination awaits you?
Well, Antarctica sounds like the holiday of a lifetime! It's considered the last great wilderness on Earth. Just a few scientists in research stations share the icy landscape with penguins and other animals which can struggle with the low temperatures.
Tourism began in Antarctica in the 1950s and it's still small part. About 37,000 tourists are expected there this season, but many won't even leave the boat.
The BBC’s Juliet Rix visited the frozen continent and asked herself if she should be there at all, causing potential problems to such a sensitive environment. Her tour guide admitted that all visitors leave a footprint and they all go to the same places, the accessible coastline, which is also where the penguins and seals go to raise.
But some people believe that if carefully controlled, tourism can be good for Antarctica. It has no native population and it needs advocates. Visitors to the icy continent might be ready to support and even to fund its preservation. And they're likely to engage in the discussion about global warming, which has led to the melting of glaciers.
According to Rix, guidelines are followed when you’re about to set foot in Antarctica and tourists have to disinfect(消毒)their boots to make sure no alien species are introduced.
And once on land, there's no eating or smoking. Rocks, bone fragments—nothing should be taken as a souvenir and nothing should be left behind.
Tourists fortunate enough to visit the Antarctic must be aware that this is not their home and keep their fingers crossed that future generations will also be able to enjoy such breathtaking views.
28. Who lives in Antarctica?
A. 37,000 tourists.
B. The BBC's Juliet Rix.
C. A few scientists and animals.
D. People in London and Paris.
29. Why can tourism be good for Antarctica?
A. People can bring some animals into it.
B. People may take interest in the protection of it.
C. People can give advice to the native population.
D. People will go to the coastline to play with the seals.
30. What are the guidelines when you go on the shore?
A. You can leave rubbish on the shore.
B. You can smoke and eat on the shore.
C. You can take something as souvenirs.
D. You can help to protect the environment.
31. What is the author’s attitude towards the tourists going to Antarctica?
A. Positive.      B. Ambiguous.     C. Subjective.    D. Negative.
D
Until recently, scientists had mapped only about 20 percent of the sea floor. But our knowledge of the deep seas is changing because of information from satellites. Scientists have produced a new map that provides a detailed picture of the oceans. The map is expected to help oceanographers (海洋學家), industry and governments.
The new map is twice as detailed as the map made 20 years ago. David Sandwell is a geophysics professor at the University of California. He and other scientists worked on the mapping project. He says they turned to space to look deeper into the ocean.
The scientists collected and studied information from two satellites. Some of the data came from the European Space Agency’s Cryo-2 satellite. It was placed in Earth's orbit to watch sea ice. The other satellite is the American space agency's Jason-1. It is studying the surface of the oceans. Scientists combined the satellite data with images gathered by sonar (聲波定位儀) equipment on ships. Sonar works by sending sound waves through the water. When the sound waves hit an object, its presence is confirmed.
The new map shows the sea floor as it has never been seen before. It shows thousands of underwater mountains and places where continents pulled apart. It shows where earthquakes were active many years ago. They all are buried deep underneath the ocean floor.
David Sandwell says the map is a powerful tool for fisheries, those interested in protecting the environment and for oil exploration.
“The petrol exploration industry is interested in how to reconnect the continents, bring them back together tectonically so you can map the basins on one continental edge—say, Africa—and use that to establish where the similar basin would be on the other continental edge in South America.”
If scientists know that information, they may be able to find oil fields. The new data also will help scientists improve their estimates of ocean depths. This information can help ships travel safely and improve military operations and scientific projects worldwide.
Mr. Sandwell thinks scientists will make many more discoveries as they examine the new map and the information it provides.
32. Which one is not mentioned about the benefits brought by the new map?
A. Fisheries.         B. Scientific projects.
C. Ship manufacture.   D. Oil exploration.
33. What can we know about the new map?
A. It shows where earthquakes will happen.
B. It will be helpful to industry and governments.
C. It is three times as detailed as the old one years ago.
D. It shows the sea floor as it has ever been seen before.
34. The text is likely to appear in _________.
A. a newspaper        B. an advertisement
C. a science magazine       D. a finance report
35. Which of the following can be the best title for the text?
A. The detailed picture of the oceans
B. Underwater mountains and places
C. More discoveries about the oceans
D. Scientists create new maps of ocean floor

第二節(共5小題;每小題2分,滿分10 分)
根據短文內容,從短文后的選項中選出能填入空白處的最佳選項。選項中有兩項為多余選項。
How to Protect Yourself from Hackers Online
An increase in cyber-attacks (網絡攻擊) makes the Internet seem like a scary place these days. How can individuals protect or make it more difficult for hackers to access their information? Here are several tips that can help you protect against cyber-attacks:
   36 
Hard passwords include upper and lower case letters, numbers and special characters. They should be at least eight characters in length. They should also not spell out words easy for hackers to find, like your pet's name or the name of a family member.
Change your password regularly
A very common mistake made by users is to create one hard password, but then never change it. Remembering a long list of complicated passwords can be difficult. But no password is unbreakable. Hackers are better able to hack multiple accounts if those accounts all have the same password. A password management service, like Dashlane or PasswordBox, can help you keep track of hard passwords.    37 
Clear your browser (瀏覽器) history
This goes for all the devices you use in a day – your home computer, your work computer, or your friend's iPad. Internet browsers like Firefox or Chrome keep track of where you've been and what you've done online. They keep records of every site you visited.    38   It is very easy for anyone who sees that information to steal a detailed record of your online activities.
Do not use free Wi-Fi
   39   Often, a user does not need a password to connect to these wireless networks. These services might be useful, but they're also an easy way for hackers to access everything on your device.
Use anti-virus protection
There are many anti-virus services available for users.   40   Some anti-virus services are even free. They are a great way to have a professional help keeping users one step ahead of hackers.
A. Be careful while using thumb drive.
B. These services permit users to easily store and secure their passwords.
C. Make your password harder to hack.
D. They can offer many different types of computer protection.
E. An increasing number of public places now offer free wireless access to the Internet.
F. Information about what you sent from or saved on your computer can be kept for days or weeks.
G. Unless you really need it, it is best not to use it.
第三部分 英語知識運用(共兩節,滿分45分)
第一節 完形填空(共20小題;每小題1.5分,滿分30分)
閱讀下面短文,從短文后各題所給的四個選項(A、B、C和D)中,選出可以填入空白處的最佳選項,并在答題卡上將該項涂黑。
If you have a little child, who hates sitting in a child car seat, then the FreedomRide is the answer to your problem.
Would you want to be  41  in an unchangeable position every time you’re in the car? No. You Wouldn’t!
When a  42  sits in a car for any length of time, we stretch, we change the position, we move our legs, and shift  43 . We do this automatically, and without  44 . But kids in a traditional car seat can’t do this. They are stuck in one position, and they  45  move. We move because the  46  of blood needs to be restored in our legs as we sit in the  47  position for any extended length of time.
In a traditional car seat, the child can’t move to  48  the pain, so it  49  them in a bad mood.
The FreedomRide lets them have a little  50 , and still be safe. The 5-point Harness gives them additional safety  51  a traditional child car seat.
I am the Webmaster for islandbreeze.com, and  52  JoeySafe asked us to redo their web site, I was  53  by this system. That is because I have two small children, and we obviously  54  car seats. I live in Southern California, and every  55  of months, my wife, the girls and I, go to see grandma who lives in Nevada. It’s a 5-hour drive, so the FreedomRide  56  well. Our trips are so much better now, especially, since there is  57  room in the car without the car seats.
The FreedomRide really did  58  it easier to go on trips. The only thing you need when you use the Joeysafe  59  your old child seat is a pillow.  60 , my kids want to take a pillow anyway! As a dad, I feel safe driving with the kids in the FreedomRide.

41. A. driven    B. stuck    C. stricken   D. hidden
42. A. grown-up   B. man    C. woman    D. kid
43. A. suddenly   B. strongly   C. constantly   D. smoothly
44. A. stopping   B. moving   C. saying    D. thinking
45. A. needn’t    B. daren’t    C. can’t    D. mustn’t
46. A. circulation   B. transport   C. supply    D. pressure
47. A. old    B. same    C. soft    D. hard
48. A. sharpen    B. remove   C. suffer    D. reduce
49. A. takes    B. holds    C. puts    D. gets
50. A. rest    B. freedom   C. activity   D. time
51. A. over    B. above    C. under    D. around
52. A. before    B. unless    C. until    D. when
53. A. astonished   B. attracted   C. puzzled   D. satisfied
54. A. use    B. hate    C. refuse    D. like
55. A. other    B. several    C. second    D. couple
56. A. sells    B. washes   C. works    D. runs
57. A. much    B. more    C. many    D. some
58. A. find    B. feel    C. let    D. make
59. A. instead of   B. apart from   C. as well as   D. no longer
60. A. However   B. Though   C. Besides   D. Therefore

第II卷
注意事項:
用0.5 毫米黑色筆跡的簽字筆將答案寫在答題卡上。寫在本試卷上無效。
第三部分 英語知識運用(共兩節,滿分45分)
第二節(共10小題;每小題1.5分,滿分15分)
    閱讀下面材料,在空白處填入適當的內容(1個單詞)或括號內單詞的正確形式。
Children always appreciate small gifts of money. Mum or dad, of course, provide  61  regular supply of pocket money, but uncles and aunts are always a source of extra income. With some children, small sums go a long way. Only very thrifty children manage  62 (fill)up a money box.
   My nephew, George, has a money box but it is always empty. Very few of the fifty pence pieces and pound  63 (coin) I have given him have found  64 (they)way there. I gave him fifty pence yesterday and advised him to save it. Instead he  65  (buy) himself fifty pence worth of trouble.
On his way to the sweet shop, he dropped his fifty pence and it disappeared down a drain.
George took off his jacket, rolled up his sleeves and pushed his right arm  66  the drain cover. He could not find his fifty pence piece  67  (where), and what is more, he could not get his arm out. A crowd of people gathered round him and a lady rubbed his arm with soap and butter, but George was  68  (firm) stuck.
The fire brigade was called and two fire fighters freed George   69  (use) a special type of grease. George was not too upset by his experience  70  the lady who owns the sweet shop heard about his troubles and rewarded him with large box of chocolates.
第四部分  寫作(共兩節;滿分35分)
第一節 短文改錯(共10小題;每小題1分,滿分10分)
假定英語課上老師要求同桌之間交換修改作文,請你修改你同桌寫的以下作文。文中共有10處語言錯誤,每句中最多有兩處。錯誤僅涉及一個單詞的增加、刪除或修改。
增加:在缺詞處加一個漏字符號( ),并在其下面寫出該加的詞。
刪除:把多余的詞用(\)劃掉。
修改:在錯的詞下畫一橫線,并在該詞下面寫出修改后的詞。
注意:1. 每處錯誤及其修改均僅限一詞;
2. 只允許修改10處,多者(從第11處起)不計分。
My name is Li Hua, aged 18, a male Chinese student. I love west culture and I’m crazy about sang English songs.
Giving the opportunity to join your summer camp, I’d like to visit some big cities, tour the countryside and even stay with an American family to full experience the cultural customs in the US. In addition to, it would be a great pleasure to talk with some local students and campers about the cultural and educational differences in different country.
In order to make my trip more meaningful, I planned to teach foreign students some simple speaking Chinese.
Hopefully, my oral English will be improved a lot on the trip, and later I can keep contact with my newly-making friends through the Internet.
第二節:書面表達(滿分25分)
假定你是李華,要邀請在你校交流的英國學生Peter到翠湖公園參加英語角活動。請根據以下圖畫給Peter寫封英文郵件,告訴他路線,并希望他周日上午九點從所住的賓館出發,到達公園正門。
 
1.字數100左右,開頭已經給出。
2.可適當添加細節,以使行文連貫。
Dear Peter,
_____________________________________________________________________
_____________________________________________________________________
_____________________________________________________________________
_____________________________________________________________________
_____________________________________________________________________
_____________________________________________________________________

Yours,
Li Hua

高三復習階段性檢測考試試題英語科參考答案

第I卷
第一部分  聽力(共兩節,滿分30分)
1-5 CBBAC     6-10 CBBAA   11-15 CBABC   16-20 AABAC
第二部分 閱讀理解 (共兩節,滿分40分)
第一節 (共15小題;每小題2分,滿分30分)
21-24 CDBA    25-27 BDA   28-31 CBDA   32-35 CBCD
第二節(共5小題;每小題2分,滿分10 分)
36- 40 CBFED
第三部分 英語知識運用(共兩節,滿分45分)
第一節 完形填空(共20小題;每小題1.5分,滿分30分)
41-45 BACDC  46-50 ABDCB   51-55 ADBAD  56-60 CBDAC
第II卷
第二節(共10小題;每小題1.5分,滿分15分)
61. a   62. to fill   63. coins   64. their   65. bought
66. through 67. anywhere  68. firmly   69. using   70. because
第四部分 寫作(共兩節;滿分35分)
第一節 短文改錯(共10小題;每小題1分,滿分10分)
第二句:west→western;sang→singing
第三句:Giving→Given; full→fully
第四句:刪除addition后的to; country→countries
第五句:planneds→plan; speaking→spoken
第六句:contact前加in; newly-making→newly-made
第二節:書面表達(滿分25分)
One Possible Version
Dear Peter,
I’m writing to invite you to attend our English corner, which will be held in Cuihu Park this Sunday morning. Since you’re not familiar with our city, I’ll show you the way.
When you come out of your hotel, go straight along the road and turn right on the first corner. You will see a hospital on your left. Then walk along the road towards north, and you can find a restaurant. On the opposite is just Cuihu Park. You are expected to arrive at the main gate before 9 o’clock. I’m sure you can find us easily.
Looking forward to your coming.

Yours,
Li Hua
寫作評分標準:
1.本題總分25分,按照5個檔次給分。
2.評分時,先根據文章的內容和語言初步確定其所屬檔次,然后以該檔次的要求來衡量,確定或調整檔次,最后給分。
3.字數少于80或者多于120的,從總分中減去2分。
4.評分應注意的主要內容為:內容要點,應用詞匯和語法結構的豐富性和準確性及上下文的連貫性。
5.拼寫與標點符號是語言準確性的一個方面。評分時,應視其對交際的影響程度予以考慮。英美拼寫及詞匯用法均可接受。
6.如書寫較差以致影響交際,將其分數降低一個檔次。
評分細則
第五檔 21-25分  完全完成了試題規定的任務
       —覆蓋所有內容要點,
       —應用了較多的語法結構和詞匯
--語法結構和詞匯有些許錯誤,但為盡力使用較復雜結構和較高級詞匯所致--有效使用了語句間的連接成分,使全文結構緊湊。
       —完全達到了全文的寫作目的。
第四檔 16-20分  完成了試題規定的任務
       —雖漏掉一兩個次重點,但覆蓋所有主要內容。
       —應用的語法結構和詞匯能滿足任務的要求。
—語法結構和詞匯應用基本準確,些許錯誤主要是因為因嘗試較復雜結構和較高級詞匯所致。
—應用簡單的語句間的連接成分,使全文結構緊湊。
—達到了全文的寫作目的。
第三檔 11-15分  基本完成了試題規定的任務
               —雖漏掉一些內容,但覆蓋所有主要內容。
               —應用的語法結構和詞匯能滿足任務的要求。
—有一些語法結構和詞匯方面的錯誤,但不影響理解。
—應用簡單的語句間的連接成分,使全文內容連貫。
             整體而言,基本達到了預期的寫作目的。
第二檔 6-10分  未恰當完成試題規定的任務。
       —漏掉或未描述清楚一些主要內容,寫了一些無關內容。
       —語法結構單調,詞匯知識有限。
       —有一些語法結構和詞匯方面的錯誤,影響了對寫作內容的理解。
       —較少使用語句間的連接成分,內容缺少連貫性。
信息未能清楚地傳達給讀者。
第一檔 1-5分  未完成試題規定的任務。
       —明顯漏掉主要內容,寫了一些無關內容。
       —語法結構單調,詞匯知識有限。
       —較多語法結構和詞匯方面的錯誤,影響對寫作內容的理解。
       —缺乏語句間的連接成分,內容不連貫。
信息未能傳達給讀者。

錄音文稿
(Text 1)
M: Now, what seems to be the trouble, Mrs. Stephens?
W: I’ve been very weak lately, and last night I had some chest pain.
(Text 2)
M: If you’d like to go there for dinner this evening, I’ll call the restaurant.
W: I’d like to, but I promised my brother I’d help him with his English.
(Text 3)
W: Hello, Mr. Jacobs. This is Jane Ford, Mr. Smith’s secretary. I’m calling to make sure you remember about your meeting with him today at two o’clock.
M: Thank you for calling. I will be there on time.
(Text 4)
W: I’d like to have a word with you if you don’t mind.
M: Not at all.
W: It’s about the morning tea break. Now it’s at 10:30 and my suggestion is to change it to 10:00. Ten-thirty is just too close to lunchtime.
M: Right, I agree with you.
(Text 5)
M: Could I possibly leave class early today?
W: I’m afraid not. We’re going to have a dictation before class is dismissed.
M: Oh, well … the reason is that I have an appointment with the dentist. I have a terrible toothache.
W: Well, in that case, just go ahead.
(Text 6)
W: Good morning, sir. How are you?
M: Fine, thank you. How about you?
W: I’m fine too.
M: Can I have a seat?
W: Please do. How can I help you?
M: I want to ask about the document I sent last Tuesday.
W: Just a moment. Let me look it up first.
M: Thank you.
W: Well, your document is being checked by the director. We’ll tell you the result by next Monday.
M: Should I come here again next week?
W: No, we will inform you by phone as soon as we have the result.
M: Do you have my phone number?
W: Yes, we have it here.
M: Thank you.
(Text 7)
M: Hi! Would you like some help?
W: Well, I’m looking for something I saw at a friend’s house yesterday. He said he bought it here.
M: What’s that?
W: It’s a bright metal shelf, almost a meter long and half a meter wide, which I could attach to a refrigerator.
M: You’re in the right department. But we don’t have it in stock now.
W: Oh, that’s too bad. Are you going to be getting more?
M: They are on order. But I should warn you that the price has gone up. They were $17.50, but the new ones will be almost three dollars more. Drop in next week. We should have them by then.
W: OK. I’ll be back.
(Text 8)
W: David, what do you think the most obvious purpose of advertising is?
M: In my opinion, the main purpose of advertising is to inform the consumer of available services. That is to tell the information of the product to the consumer.
W: I think so, too. And the second purpose?
M: I think the second purpose is to sell the product.
W: Yes, and to the manufacturers the second purpose might be more important. They try to persuade customers to buy the product by creating a desire for it.
M: But in general, many purchases are carefully thought out. People usually consider the economy and convenience most when they are buying a product. At other times, the reasons behind a purchase may not be clear to a consumer.
W: Yes, consumers may be influenced by an advertisement on TV showing some sports heroes using the product. They may want to copy their heroes by using the product and so they choose it.
M: You’re quite right. I’m always keeping an eye on my favorite movie stars. I copy their lifestyles all the time.
(Text 9)
M: Mrs. Williams, I’d be grateful if you could just tell me a bit about yourself. Have you been swimming long?
W: No, not long at all. I started originally to get in shape again after my youngest child was born. That was five years ago. I only started exercising properly when I realized how much I was enjoying it.
M: So when did you start taking it seriously?
W: I suppose I started taking it seriously about three years ago. I joined the swimming club then.
M: And now, how often do you practice?
W: Every day in the summer and autumn; every other day in the winter and spring. But I can’t go at a regular time as I have to look after my four children.
M: And what does your husband think of it?
W: Oh, he thinks it’s wonderful. He is proud of me for being on the national team and winning prizes.
M: And how many prizes have you won?
W: Three so far, all in the last year. Two were individual medals and one was a team cup.
M: Well, I hope there will be more today. Thank you very much, Mrs. Williams.
(Text 10)
My name’s Randall Davis and I’m originally from Indiana, in the United States. I moved to France at the age of 19, and later returned to the United States, where I attended Brigham Young University in the 1990s. I majored in Spanish education. After graduation, my wife and I moved to Spain where we lived for eight years. Now, I work back in the States in Utah.
However, my greatest interests are my family. Years ago, I wanted to make something of myself in my profession…you know…get ahead in life. However, I realized that the most important things in life are the ones within the walls of my own home, and today, I try to put them first.
Therefore, I enjoy spending time with my family. I have four children, and we go hiking and camping together, usually in Utah. On our hikes, we often talk about life, and I tell stories or share personal experiences.
Now, this doesn’t mean we don’t have problems; all families face challenges in their lives, and our family is no exception. However, we try to talk openly about our problems, and we try to solve our problems together. Building a strong family takes time, but it is worth the effort.

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