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        • ID:4-5847853 2019重庆市高三英语三诊试题PDF版(含听力文字材料及答案解析无音频)

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        • ID:4-5846852 吉林省长春市吉大附中实验学校2019届高三第三次模拟考试英语试题(扫描版含答案,无听力音频和材料)

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        • ID:4-5846753 黑龙江省大庆实验中学2019届高三得分训练(二)英语试题(含听力音频无文字材料)

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          阅读下列短文,从每题所给的A、B、C和D四个选项中,选出最佳选项。 A Where Is Spring Break Where is Spring Break going to be The options are endless. Do you want to get your blood pumping from thrilling travels Look no further! These tours and destinations will keep you on your toes all week long. Panama: This underrated destination is a little-known secret of the most travelers! Through this tour you’ll get to hike, snorkel (浮潜) and explore all the best sights this beautiful country has to offer! Eight days tours for $ 250/ day. Canada: This diverse country is full of options. Explore the East of Canada and visit cities such as Montreal, Quebec or Toronto. If you’re feeling adventurous, explore the Western part of the country with a Canadian Rockies Tour. During this twelve days tour you will hike a glacier to beautiful scenery and wander through postcard-worthy villages. Tours to Canada for $ 200/ day. Iceland: Check off one of the seven wonders of the world with a tour of the Northern Lights and Golden Circle. Spend seven days full of adventure like hiking glaciers, snowshoeing through Thingvellir National Park, relaxing in the Geysir Hot Springs and of course experiencing the glory of the Northern Lights! Seven days tours for $ 300/ day. South Africa: Discover the diverse culture and wildlife that makes up South Africa. Your tour plan includes a journey along the coast known as “Rainbow Nation.” Here you will enjoy beautiful scenery, a hunting travel through Addo Elephant National Park and the wildlife in Tsitsikarnma National Park. Nine days tours for $ 230/ day. 21. What is the similar characteristic of the travels mentioned in the text A. Exciting. B. Risky. C. Educational. D. Environmental. 22. According to the text, Panama is a destination which ______. A. is not as famous as the other three B. you can go to for enjoying surfing C. offers an option to hike in the park D. takes the most time of the four tours 23. Which destination costs tourists the most money A. Panama. B. Canada. C. Iceland. D. South Africa. B At the age of 83, I’m reading more and dusting less. I’m sitting in the yard and admiring the view without caring about the weeds in the garden. I’m spending more time with my family and friends and less time working. ================================================ 压缩包内容: 黑龙江省大庆实验中学2019届高三得分训练(二)英语听力.mp3 黑龙江省大庆实验中学2019届高三得分训练(二)英语试题 Word版含答案.doc

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        • ID:4-5845329 天津市2019年高考英语压轴卷含解析

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          天津市2019年高考英语压轴卷(含解析) 本试卷分为第I卷(选择题)和第II卷(非选择题)两部分,共130分,考试用时100分钟。第I卷1至10页。第II卷11至12页。 答卷前,考生务必将自己的姓名,准考号填写在答题卡上,并在规定位置粘贴考试用条形码。答卷时,考生务必将答案涂写在答题卡上,答在试卷上的无效。考试结束后,将本试卷和答题卡一并交回。 祝各位考生考试顺利! 第I 卷 注意事项: 1. 每小题选出答案后,用铅笔将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,再选涂其他答案标号。 2. 本卷共55小题,共95分。 第一部分:英语知识运用(共两节,满分45分) 第一节:单项填空(共15小题;每小题1分,满分15分) 从A、B、C、D四个选项中,选出可以填入空白处的最佳选项。 例:Stand over there___________ you’ll be able to see it better. A. or B. and C. but D. while 答案是B。 1.----I’m going to Venice next week. ---- .Carnival will be held then. Have fun! A. You’re crazy B. You’re lucky C. You’d better not D. You never know 2.If you are in trouble, Mike is always willing to a hand. A. lend B. shake C. wave D. want 3.I think watching TV every evening is a waste of time----there are meaningful things to do. A. less B. more C. the least D. the most 4.----Mary’s been offered a job in a university, but she doesn’t want to take it. ---- ? It’s a very good chance. A. Guess what B. So what C. Who cares D. How why 5. small, the company has about 1,000 buyers in over 30 countries. A. As B. If C. Although D. Once 6. Only after Mary read her composition the second time______ the spelling mistake. A. did she notice B. she noticed C. does she notice D. she has noticed 7. I wish to thank Professor Smith, without ______ help I would never have got this far. A. who B. whose C. whom D. which 8. It’s quite warm here; we ________turn the heating on yet. A. couldn’t B. mustn’t C. needn’t D. wouldn’t 9. It doesn’t matter ____you turn right or left at the crossing ---both roads lead to the park. A. whether B. how C. if D. when 10. The secretary arranged a(n)_______time and space for the applicants to have an interview. A. important B. spare C. public D. convenient 11. — Everybody is going to climb the mountain. Can I go too, mom? — Wait till you are old enough, dear. A. Will you? B. Why not? C. I hope so. D. I’m afraid not. 12. The discovery of gold in Australia led thousands to believe that a fortune . A. is made B. would make C. was to be made D. had made 13. We haven’t discussed yet we are going to place our new furniture. A. that B. which C. what D. where 14. With Father’s Day around the corner, I have taken some money out of the bank presents for my dad A. buy B. to buy C. buying D. to have bought 15. — Was he sorry for what he’d done? — . A. No wonder B. Well done C. Not really D. Go ahead 第二节:完形填空(共20小题;每小题1.5分,满分30分) 阅读下面短文,掌握其大意,然后从16~35各题所给的 A、B、C、D四个选项中,选出最佳选项。 I grew up with two elder sisters. If I wasn’t courteous(礼貌) to them, they’d fix me. So courtesy wasn’t really ____16___ in my childhood home. My sisters ____17__ every chance to train me how to be a courteous ____18____. They made me open door for them or help them into their _____19___ at dinner. Years later I went away to college. The first time I walked into the library, I noticed a woman walking behind me and I ___20___ the door open for her. ___21___, she glared at me, asking loudly, “Do you think that because I’m a woman I’m not ____22___ enough to open a door for myself?” She slammed(摔) the door shut, leaving me astonished and ____23___. My face burned with ____24___. I decided _____25___ that there would be no more courtesy! As I stood there, another lady ___26____ the door, her arms ___27____ with textbooks. Instinctively(本能地) I ____28___ to open the door for her. ____29___ I realized what I had done, I prepared myself for shouts. However, I received a warm smile and a look of ___30____. “Thanks!” she said brightly. “It’s nice to see we still have a few gentlemen around here!” Of course, if I were REALLY a gentleman, I would have ____31___ to help with her books. Despite this, I appreciated the good _____32___ I got from performing an act of simple courtesy. To do otherwise would be to ____33_____ my lifetime of training. Courtesy brings pleasant, refreshing light to our lives whether we are the giver, the ___34___ or just an interested observer. Courtesy doesn’t ___35____ change our lives, but it can certainly transform the way we feel about life. 16. A. important B. available C. delightful D. optional 17. A. made the most of B. got ready for C. gave way to D. put forward 18. A. colleague B. assistant C. companion D. gentleman 19. A. dresses B. chairs C. dishes D. mouths 20. A. answered B. unlocked C. held D. forced 21. A. Instead B. Even so C. Unexpectedly D. Sure enough 22. A. strong B. confident C. courageous D. experienced 23. A. impatient B. speechless C. anxious D. desperate 24. A. fear B. excitement C. embarrassment D. envy 25. A. in advance B. in a flash C. once more D. by chance 26. A. approached B. passed C. pulled D. entered 27. A. surrounded B. crowded C. covered D. overloaded 28. A. regretted B. refused C. reached D. hesitated 29. A. Until B. Although C. In case D. The moment 30. A. doubt B. relief C. guilt D. curiosity 31. A. offered B. agreed C. promised D. waited 32. A. thought B. process C. feeling D. advice 33. A. correspond with B. lead to C. go against D. hold on to 34. A. judger B. receiver C. loser D. reporter 35. A. necessarily B. normally C. casually D. naturally 第二部分:阅读理解(共20小题;每小题2.5分,满分50分) 阅读下列短文,从每题所给的A、B、C、D四个选项中,选出最佳选项。 A Homestay provides English language students with the opportunity to speak English outside the classroom and the experience of being part of a British home. What to Expect The host will provide accommodation and meals. Rooms will be cleaned and bedcovers changed at least once a week. You will be given the house key and the host is there to offer help and advice as well as to take an interest in your physical and mental health. Accommodation Zones Homestays are located in London mainly in Zones2, 3 and 4 of the transport system. Most hosts do not live in the town centre as much of central London is commercial and not residential(居住的). Zones3 and 4often offer larger accommodation in a less crowned area. It is very convenient to travel in London by Underground. Meal Plans Available ? Continental Breakfast ? Breakfast and Dinner ? Breakfast, Packed Lunch and Dinner It’s important to note that few English families still provide a traditional cooked breakfast. Your accommodation includes Continental Breakfast which normally consists of fruit juice, cereal(谷物类食品),bread and tea or coffee. Cheese, fruit and cold meat are not normally part of a Continental Breakfast in England. Dinners usually consist of meat or fish with vegetables followed by desert, fruit and coffee. Friends If you wish to invite a friend over to visit, you must first ask your host’s permission. You have no right to entertain friends in a family home as some families feel it is an invasion of their privacy. Self-Catering Accommodation in Private Homes Accommodation on a room-only basis includes shared kitchen and bathroom facilities and often a main living room. This kind of accommodation offers an independent lifestyle and is more suitable for the long-stay student. However, it does not provide the same family atmosphere as an ordinary homestay and may not benefit those who need to practise English at home quite as much. 36. The passage is probably written for A. host willing to receive foreign students B. foreigners hoping to build British culture C. travellers planning to visit families in London D. English learners applying to live in English homes 37. Which of the following will the host provide? A. Room cleaning. B. Medical care. C. Free transport. D. Physical training. 38. What can be inferred from Paragraph3? A. Zone 4 is more crowded than Zone 2. B. The business centre of London is in Zone. C. Hosts dislike traveling to the city centre. D. Accommodation in the city centre is not provided. 39. According to the passage, what does continental Breakfast include? A. Dessert and coffee B. Fruit and vegetables. C. bread and fruit juice D. Centre and cold meat. 40. Why do some people choose self-catering accommodation? A. To experience a warmer family atmosphere. B. To enrich their knowledge of English C. To entertain friends as they like. D. To enjoy much more freedom. B Barditch High School decided to an All-School Reunion. Over 450 people came to the event. There were tours of the old school building and a picnic at Confederate Park. Several former teachers were on hands to tell stories about the old days. Ms. Mabel Yates, the English teacher for fifty years, was wheeled to the Park. Some eyes rolled and there were a few low groans(嘟囔声)when Ms.Yates was about to speak. Many started looking at their watches and coming up with excuses to be anywhere instead of preparing to listen to a lecture from and old woman who had few kind words for her students and made them work harder than all the other teachers combined. Then Ms. Yates started to speak: “I can’t tell you how pleased I am to be here. I haven’t seen many of you since your graduation, but I have followed your careers and enjoyed your victories as well as crying for your tragedies. I have a large collection of newspaper photographs of my students. Although I haven’t appeared in person, I have attended your college graduations, weddings and even the birth your children, in my imagination.” Ms. Yates paused and started crying a bit. Then she continued: “It was my belief that if I pushed you as hard as I could, some of you would succeed to please me and others would succeed to annoy me. Regardless of our motives, I can see that you have all been successful in you chosen path.” “There is no greater comfort for an educator than to see the end result of his or her years of work. You have all been a great source of pleasure and pride for me and I want you to know I love you all from the bottom of my heart.” There was a silence over the crowd for a few seconds and then someone started clapping. Tee clapping turned into cheering, then into a deafening roar(呼喊). Lawyers, truck drivers, bankers and models were rubbing their eyes or crying openly with no shame all because of the words from a long forgotten English teacher from their hometown. 41. What activity was organized for the school reunion? A. Sightseeing in the park. B. A picnic on the school playground. C. Telling stories about past events. D. Graduates’ reports in the old building. 42. What can be inferred from Paragraph 2? A. Some graduates were too busy to listen to Ms. Yates’ speech. B. Many graduates disliked Ms. Yates’ ways of teaching. C. Some people got tired from the reunion activities. D. Most people had little interest in the reunion. 43. We can learn from Ms. Yates’ speech that she _____________. A. kept track of her students’ progress B. gave her students advice on their careers C. attended her students’ college graduations D. went to her students’ wedding ceremonies 44. What was Ms.Yates’ belief in teaching teenagers? A. Teachers’ knowledge is the key to students’ achievements. B. Pressure on students from teachers should be reduced. C. Hard-pushed students are more likely to succeed. D. Students’ respect is the best reward for teachers. 45. Which of the following can best describe Ms. Yates? A. Reliable and devoted B. Tough and generous. C. Proud but patient. D. Strict but caring. C There were smiling children all the way. Clearly they knew at what time the train passed their homes and they made it their business to stand along the railway, wave to complete strangers and cheer them up as they rushed towards Penang. Often whole families stood outside their homes and waved and smiled as if those on the trains were their favorite relatives. This is the simple village people of Maiaysia. I was moved. I had always traveled to Malaysia by plane or car, so this was the first time I was on a train. I did not particularly relish the long train journey and had brought along a dozen magazihes to read and reread. I looked about the train. There was not one familiar face. I sighed and sat down to read my Economics. It was not long before the train was across the Causeway and in Malaysia. Johore Baru was just another city like Singapore, so I was tired of looking at the crowds of people as they hurried past. As we went beyond the city, I watched the straight rows of rubber trees and miles and miles of green. Then the first village came into sight, Immediately I came alive; I decided to wave back. From then on my journey became interesting. I threw my magazines into the waste basket and decided to join in Malaysian life. Then everything came alive. The mountains seemed to speak to me. Even the trees were smiling. I stared at everything as if I was looking at it for the first time. The day passed fast and I even forgot to have my lunch until I felt hungry. I looked at my watch and was surprised that it was 3:00 pm. Soon the train pulled up at Butterworth. I looked at the people all around me. They all looked beautiful. When my uncle arrived with a smile, I threw my arms around him to give him a warm hug (拥抱). I had never done this before. He seemed surprised and then his weather-beaten face warmed up with a huge smile. We walked arm in arm to his car. I looked forward to the return journey. 46. The author expected the train trip to be . A. adventurous B. pleasant C. exciting D. dull 47. What did the author remember most fondly of her train trip? A. The friendly country people. B. The mountains along the way. C. The crowds of people in the streets. D. The simple lunch served on the train. 48. Which of the following words can best take the place of the word “relish” in the second paragraph? A. choose B. enjoy C. prepare for D. carry on 49. Where was the writer going? A. Johore Baru. B. The Causeway. C. Butterworth. D. Singapore. 50. What can we learn from the story? A. Comfort in traveling by train. B. Pleasure of living in the country. C. Reading gives people delight. D. Smiles brighten people up. D It’s such a happy-looking library, painted yellow, decorated with palm-tree stickers and sheltered from the Florida sun by its own roof. About the size of a microwave oven, it’s pedestrian-friendly, too, waiting for book lovers next to a sidewalk in Palm Beach country Estates, along the northern boundary of Palm Beach Gardens. It’s a library built with love. A year ago, shortly after Janey Henriksen saw a Brian Williams report about the Little Free Library organization, a Wisconsin-based nonprofit that aims to promote literacy and build a sense of community in a neighborhood by making books freely available, she announced to her family of four, “That’s what we’re going to do for our spring break!” Son Austin, now a 10th-grader, didn’t see the point of building a library that resembles a mailbox. But Janey insisted, and husband Peter unwillingly got to work. The 51-year-old owner of a ship supply company modified a small wooden house that he’d built years earlier for daughter Abbie’s toy horses, and made a door of glass. After adding the library’s final touches (装点), the family hung a signboard on the front, instructing users to “take a book, return a book,” and making the Henriksen library, now one of several hundred like it nationwide and among more than 2,500 in the world, the only Little Free Library in Palm Beach County. They stocked it with 20 or so books they’d already read, a mix of science fiction, reference titles, novels and kids’ favorites. “I told them, keep in mind that you might not see it again,” said Janey, a stay-at-home mom. Since then, the collection keeps replenishing (补充) itself, thanks to ongoing donations from borrowers. The library now gets an average of five visits a day. The project’s best payoff, says Peter, are the thank-you notes left behind. “We had no idea in the beginning that it would be so popular.” (317 words) 51. In what way is the library “pedestrian-friendly”? A. It owns a yellow roof. B. It stands near a sidewalk. C. It protects book lovers from the sun. D. It uses palm-tree stickers as decorations. 52. Janey got the idea to build a library from __________. A. a visit to Brian Williams B. a spring break with her family C. a book sent by one of her neighbors D. a report on a Wisconsin-based organization 53. The library was built __________. A. by a ship supply company B. on the basis of toy horses C. like a mailbox D. with glass 54. What can we infer about the signboard? A. It was made by a user of the library. B. It marked a final touch to the library. C. It aimed at making the library last long. D. It indicated the library was a family property. 55. The passage tells us that the users __________. A. donate books to the library B. get paid to collect books for the library C. receive thank-you notes for using the library D. visit the library over 5 times on average daily 笔试 第Ⅱ卷 注意事项: 1. 用黑色墨水的钢笔或签字笔将答案写在答题卡上。 2. 本卷共6小题,共35分。 第三部分: 写作 第一节: 阅读表达(共5小题;每小题2分,满分10分) 阅读短文,按照题目要求用英语回答问题。 [1] Jean Paul Getty was born in 1892 in Minneapolis, Minnesota. He became a millionaire when he was only 24. His father was wealthy, but he did not help his son. Getty made his millions alone. He made his money from oil. He owned Getty Oil and over 100 other companies. The Fortune magazine once called Getty “the richest man in the world.” [2]But money _________. He married five times and divorced five times. He had five children but spent little time with them. None of Getty’s children had very happy lives. [3]Getty loved to make money and loved to save it. In spite of his great wealth, Getty was miser. Every evening, he wrote down every cent he spent that day. He even put pay telephone in the guest’s bedrooms in his house so he could save money on phone bills. [4] In 1973, kidnappers took his 16-year-old grandson, and demanded a large amount of money for his safe return. Getty’s son asked his father for money to save his child. But Getty refused. The kidnappers were merciless and Getty’s son made repeated requests for help from his father. Finally, Getty agreed to lend the money, but at 4 percent interest. [5] Getty started a museum at his home Malibu, California. He bought many important and beautiful pieces of art for the museum. When Getty died in 1976, the value of the collection in the museum was $1 billion. He left all his money to the museum. After his death, the museum grew in size. Today it is one of the most important museums in the United States. Getty made a large fortune in his life, but he gave his money to the art world because he wanted people to learn about and love art. 56. What is the main idea of Paragraph 1? (no more than 8 words) ____________________________________________________________________________ 57. Fill in the blank in Paragraph 2 with proper words. (no more than 7 words) ____________________________________________________________________________ 58. Explain the underlined sentence in Paragraph3. ____________________________________________________________________________ 59. What did the kidnappers do to Getty’s family (no more than 10 words) ____________________________________________________________________________ 60. What does the author want to tell us about Getty in the last paragraph? (no more than 10 words) ___________________________________________________________________________ 第二节: 书面表达(满分25分) 61. 假定你是学生会主席李华,为响应学校建设文明校园(civilized campus)的号召,倡导同学们争做文明学生。请给校报英语专栏的编辑写封邮件,内容包括: 1.列举不文明行为; 2.提出改进措施。 注意: 1.词数100左右; 2.可以适当增加细节,以使行文连贯; 3.开头和结尾已给出,不计入总词数。 Dear Editor, ________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ Yours, Li Hua 参考答案 单项填空 1. B 你很走运,届时要举办狂欢节。 2. A lend sb. a hand 帮忙 3. C 根据前面的语境提示,这是最无意义的事情 4. D 根据前面语境提示,“为什么会这样” 5. C 根据句意,although引导让步状语从句 6. A only+状语置于句首,后面主句用半倒装,一般过去时 7. B 定语从句,没有他的帮助,所以选择whose 8. C 根据语境,本不必这样 9. A it做形式主语,whether引导真正的主语从句,意为“无论;是否” 10. D 根据句意,安排一个方面的时间 11. D 根据语境,不同意,所以选择I’m afraid not 12. C 根据语境,要发财了,所以选择过去将来被动 13. D 把新家具放在什么地方,所以选择where引导宾语从句 14. B 表目的,所以用to do 15. C 情景对话,not really并不完全如此 完形填空 16-20. DADBC 21-25. CABCB 26-30. ADCDB 31-35. ACCBA 答案解析: 16. 不是可以选择的,所以选择optional 19. 帮她们坐好,因此选择chairs 21. 对我怒目而视(glare at),因此作者感觉出乎意料 23. 让我尴尬并说不出话 24. 我的脸因为尴尬而发烫 25. 我在那一瞬间决定 in a flash 26. 靠近门approach 27. 她的胳膊抱满了书本overloaded过度装载 28.伸手去给她开门,因此用reach 29. the moment一…就.. 33. go against 有悖于… 阅读理解 A 36. D 根据第一段,文章的受众是申请寄宿家庭的英语学习者。 37. A 根据第二段第二句,Rooms will be cleaned… 38. B 排除Zone 2, 3, 4 39. C 文中提到了fruit juice和bread 40. D 最后一段提到了offers an independent lifestyle可以得出正确答案 B 41. C 第一段第三行,tell stories about the old days可得出答案 42. B 通过在场学生的表现looking at their watches,coming up with excuses to be anywhere得出答案 43. A 根据Yates演讲的第一段but I have followed your careers and enjoyed …得出正确答案 44. C 根据Yates演讲内容的第二段可以得出结论 45. D 通过学生听前以及听后的反应,以及演讲内容中提到的内容,Yates即严格同时关爱自己的学生 C 46. D 通过第二段,作者准备了许多阅读的东西,说明作者感觉此次旅行是无聊的 47. A 通过第四段作者的描述,可以得出答案 48. B 不喜欢漫长的火车旅行,因此买了许多杂志阅读 49. C 最后一段,火车停靠Butterworth,叔叔来接作者,因此得出答案 50. D 主要是第三段、第四段,even the trees were smiling,得出笑容让人精神振奋。 D 文章主要介绍了Janey Henriksen一家建立微型图书馆的故事。 51:答案:B 细节理解题。根据文章第一段第二句可知这家图书馆是为了方便爱读书的行人借书而建立的,因此B项正确。 52:答案:D 细节理解题。根据文章第三段第一句可知Janey Henriksen看到一篇关于the Little Free Library organization的报告后受到启发,因而产生了建立这样的图书馆的想法。 53:答案:C 细节理解题。根据文章第四段第一句的内容可知C项正确。 54:答案:C 推理判断题。根据文章第五段的内容可知,这个标牌要求借书者拿走一本书就要归还一本书,其目的是使图书馆能够持续更长的时间。 55:答案:A 细节理解题。根据文章倒数第二段第一句可知借书者经常捐书给图书馆,因此A项正确。文章没有提到为图书馆收集书会有报酬,因此B项错误;文章最后一段提到Peter说经常收到借书者的感谢信,而不是借书者收到感谢信,因此C项错误;文章倒数第二段第二句提到图书馆现在平均每天接待5个人,因此D项错误。 阅读表达: 56Getty made a large fortune himself. 57.didn’t make his family happy / didn’t bring a happy family 58.Although Getty had a lot of money, he was a mean person. 59.They took Getty’s grandson and demanded a lot of money 60.He made a great contribution to the local art. 书面表达: One possible version: Dear Editor, As the chairman of the Students’ Union, I’m writing to draw your attention to some improper behaviors among us students: littering and scribbling. It makes our campus dirty and unpleasant, which does great harm to the image of the civilized campus. Besides, I always feel ashamed whenever I see this. It is clearly not appropriate for a student to litter and scribble about. I wonder if the school could place more dustbins around and set up specific rules against such behavior. At the same time, students should be encouraged to develop good habits and better behave themselves. I believe that with the joint efforts of students and teachers, our school will become a more enjoyable place in the near future. Yours, Li Hua PAGE 11

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           2019届高三校际联考英语试题参考答案 第一部分 听力(共20小题;每题1.5分,满分30分) 1—5 ABBCC 6—10 CACBA 11—15 BCCAC 16—20 ABABB 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) 21-25 BACCC 26-30 ADADB 31-35 BBADC 第二节(共5小题;每小题2分,满分10 分)? 36-40 CDGAE 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) 41-45 BCCAD 46-50 ADBAC 51-55 DAADB 56-60 BCCBD 第二节(共10小题;每小题1.5分,满分15分) 61. completely 62. to help 63. were inserted 64. went/had gone 65. their 66. stories 67. how 68. by 69. known 70. wisdom 第四部分 写作(共两节,满分35分) 第一节 短文改错(共10处错误;每处1分,满分10分) I would like to have a smart robot that can do plenty of the things for me. For example, it can clean my room and make the bed, keeps everything in order. I hope it will be programmed to do homeworks without making keeping homework mistakes. In that way, I can turn to it wherever I need help with my study. Beside, it can take care of my little whenever Besides brother, who often bothered me much. Then I can have more free time to do what I’m fond∧. It doesn’t matter bothers of much whether it is shaped like, but it must be able to communicate with me and understand its feelings. How what my wonderfully life will become with such a magic robot! wonderful 第二节 书面表达 One Possible Version: Dear Chris, I’m happy to hear from you.?As you know, in order to improve the teaching and learning environment, our school has started an activity called “Building the most beautiful campus”. I’m very glad to tell you something about it. All the teachers and?students?in our school are taking an active part in the activity. Not only are we busy cleaning our school, but we have done colorful wall?newspapers. What’s more, we are?required?to?conduct?ourselves in good manners, acting politely, being helpful and getting on well with each other. I’m sure a better learning and living campus will certainly contribute a lot to our studies. Yours, Li Hua 听力原文: Text 1 M: When did you learn to draw like that Did you take lessons when you were a kid W: No, I learned it in college during the summer. I thought about taking an art class in high school, but at the time I was too busy to handle many lessons. Text 2 M: Can you hand me that pen This one doesn’t work anymore. W: I didn’t remember to bring an extra one. Here, you can use my pencil, but you need to sharpen it first. Text 3 M: Jenny! I wasn’t expecting you at this time. I thought you weren’t getting to the party until after 7:00. W: Yeah, I didn’t have to work overtime tonight. My boss actually let me off when he said he would. Who could have guessed Text 4 W: I will never go anywhere with Bill ever again. He can never remember where he parks his car. M: That certainly sounds like Bill. Text 5 W: Here’s ten dollars. I’ll pick you up in thirty minutes at the front of the mall. Find a nice gift for your friend’s birthday. M: Aw, Mom! Can’t I have twenty Text 6 M: Will you plug this in… Oh, wait a second…let me just look at this message. W: You’re always looking at messages on your phone! How many messaging apps do you have, David M: Four Five Maybe six by now… W: If you have an average of 10 people on each of those six social networks who send you messages every day, that’s at least 60 conversations! Let’s say you spend as little as one minute on each conversation… That’s a whole hour! But you would probably spend two or three times that much for each person… What a waste of time! M: Calm down, Maggie. It’s my mother. We’re making plans for the weekend. She’s one of the five people I regularly text. Text 7 M: Where are my glasses I can’t find them. W: That’s a problem. You need glasses to help you find things, but what do you use when you need to find your glasses M: I should have some in a brighter color — yellow or blue maybe — then I could find them easily. Brown is too dark. W: You should buy one of those strings so you can wear them round your neck when you don’t have them on. M: I don’t like them. They make me look old. I’m only 28 — almost too young to be married! ================================================ 压缩包内容: 山东省日照市2019届高三5月校际联考英语试卷 扫描版含答案含音频听力无文字材料.doc 山东省日照市2019届高三校际联考英语听力.mp3

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          第一部分:知识运用(共两节,45 分) 第一节 单项填空(共 15 小题;每小题 1 分,共 15 分) 从每题所给的 A、B、C、D 四个选项中,选出可以填入空白处的最佳选项,并在答题卡上将该项涂黑。 例:It’s so nice to hear from her again. _____, we last met more than thirty years ago. A. What’s more B. That’s to say C. In other words D. Believe it or not 答案是D 1.The researches of this kind in both the U.K. and the continental Europe well before the First World War. A.have conducted B.have been conducted C.had conducted D.had been conducted 2. the famous actress offers to her fans is honesty and happiness. A.Which B.What C.That D.Whom 3.Trump in the library every night over the last three months. A.works B.worked C.have been working D.had been working 4.—I don’t really like Tom. Why did you invite him? —Don’t worry. He come. He said he wasn’t certain what his plans were. A.must not B.need not C.would not D.might not 5.It’s important for the figures regularly. A.to be updated B.to have been updated C.to update D.to have updated 6. The old bank, _____ appearance is not a pretty sight, is extremely magnificent inside. A. whose B. where C. when D. why 7. The famous athlete tried again and again after each failure. That’s _______ he succeeded in the end. A. what B. when C. whether D. why 8. Usually Beijing Roast Duck ________ together with special pancakes, green onions and sweet sauce. A. was served B. will serve C. is served D. serve 9. ______ gas price is going up, people are looking for less expensive ways to get around. A. Now that B. Even if C. Although D. Unless 10. Passengers ________ talk to the driver while the bus is moving, because it will take his focus off the road. A. would not B. must not C. may not D. need not 11. When we saw the road with snow, we decided to spend the holiday at home. A. block B. to block C. blocking D. blocked 12. I took my driving license with me on holiday, ______ I wanted to hire a car. A. in case B. even if C. ever since D. if only 13. --- So what is the procedure? --- All the applicants before a final decision is made by the authority. A. interview B. are interviewing C. are interviewed D. are being interviewed 14. Experts believe people can waste less food by shopping only when it is necessary. A. why B. where C. that D. what 15. If we a table earlier, we couldn’t be standing here in a queue. A. have booked B. booked C. book D. had booked 第二节 完形填空(共 20 小题;每小题 1.5 分,共 30 分) 阅读下面短文,掌握其大意,从每题所给的 A、B、C、D 四个选项中,选出最佳选项,并在答题卡上将该项涂黑。 The Brave Action 13-year-old Madison was studying at home when her mother burst in.She said a boy had fallen into a septic tank(化粪池)and made an urgent 16 for Madison’s help. They ran to a neighbor’s yard,where the 17 adults surrounded the septic tank opening 18 wider than a basketball.The boy,aged only 2,had slipped in and was 19 . Madison quickly 20 the situation.She was the only one who could 21 through the small opening.Without 22 ,she got close to the opening and said,“ 23 me in.” Some people held her waist and 24 .She wiggled(扭动)arms and shoulders until she 25 the opening.Inside,the tank was dark and the air smelly.When she stuck her arms into the dirty water,she jammed her left wrist against a hidden stick, 26 it severely. 27 tend to her injury,Madison scanned the surface of the dirty water,hoping to 28 the underwater boy.Suddenly she saw his little toes stick out.When spotting the vague 29 of his foot again,Madison shot out her 30 hand,grasped the foot tightly and shouted, “Pull me up!” As they nearly reached the surface,the boy’s other foot got stuck.She wiggled his foot until it was 31 .Eventually they were lifted out. 32 ,the kid wasn’t out of trouble.Having suffered from lack of 33 that long,he wasn’t breathing.He was then given hard hits on the back until he coughed up water.At the sight of this,Madison sighed with 34 . Madison received months of treatment for her wrist,which made her 35 actions more impressive. 16.A.appointment B.attempt C.choice D.request 17.A.anxious B.curious C.annoyed D.merciful 18.A.partly B.previously C.slightly D.dramatically 19.A.floating B.weeping C.trembling D.drowning 20.A.controlled B.examined C.took part in D.gave up 21.A.look B.jump C.fill D.fit 22.A.time B.permission C.hesitation D.judgment 23.A.Throw B.Lower C.Force D.Push 24.A.legs B.arms C.head D.hands 25.A.adjusted to B.got through C.tore down D.held on to 26.A.touching B.trapping C.injuring D.striking 27.A.In an effort to B.Rather than C.Likely to D.Ready to 28.A.feel B.smell C.follow D.attract 29.A.skin B.gesture C.picture D.outline 30.A.left B.single C.good D.clumsy 31.A.frozen B.free C.flexible D.bare 32.A.However B.Instead C.Therefore D.Personally 33.A.protection B.oxygen C.gravity D.energy 34.A.flight B.cold C.relief D.respect 35.A.unselfish B.thoughtless C.unconscious D.random 第二部分:阅读理解(共两节,40 分) 第一节(共 15 小题:每小题 2 分,共 30 分) 阅读下列短文,从每题所给的 A、B、C、D 四个选项中,选出最佳选项,并在答题卡上将该项涂黑。 A Recently the sewer line(污水管道)under our house didn’t work.My first response was to call a repairman.I made the call,expecting the man at the other end of the line to complain about such an awful job.Instead,he simply asked,“The address?” An hour later Steve arrived in his truck.He looked exactly as I had imagined he might:broad and bearlike,in well worn clothing.“Can you fix it?” I asked with a mixture of doubt and hope.Steve looked at me as if responding to my lack of faith.With a cheerful shrug that suggested my crisis was all in a day’s work for him,he said,“Sure.” After a short while,Steve told me that he had to get a tool and tear up the street to the main sewer line.He would first have to get permission from the town. I registered appropriate panic.“How long will all this take?” Again,a shrug. “I should have it done by evening.” I did not want to watch the digging of my property unfold and went into town to visit some friends.I felt somewhat guilty upon driving off in my clean vehicle,leaving Steve to such a disagreeable task.Finally,when I went home,a sweeter sight I never saw:a period of newly paved street and all was tidy and relatively dry. I need to say,in my own defense,that I am not a weak father of two children. I’ve traveled all over the world,served in the United States Navy and earned a PhD.But the broken sewer line was my limit.Then I thought about Steve. Big,rough,and how people might judge him,if not for his appearance then for his work.And I was taken by the very idea that,no matter what crisis occurs,there is somebody somewhere,who has the appropriate tools and settles it. 36.What do we know about Steve? A.He wears neat and new clothes. B.He is quite confident of his skills. C.He always complains about his job. D.He hesitates to accept the repair work. 37.What did Steve think of the author’s crisis? A.It’s a great challenge. B.It’s beyond his ability. C.It’s a part of his routine. D.It’s none of his business. 38.Why did the author leave home during the repairs? A.He liked to take his time riding outside. B.He drove to turn to his friends for help. C.He was afraid of being looked down upon. D.He was unwilling to face the embarrassing situation. 39.What can be inferred from the text? A.Action speaks louder than words. B.God helps those who help themselves. C.Every profession produces its top experts. D.Hope for the best,but prepare for the worst. B For years going home for the holidays has been bittersweet. I appreciate the opportunity to spend quality time with my mom but it is painful for me to see her house littered with stuff(物品).Clothes bought but never worn,and new items in their original packaging carelessly purchased and never used.It's evident that seeing the stuff on a daily basis reminds my mom of a time when shopping was her way of spending money. I didn’t fully understand the extent to which my mom was suffering until this week,when I saw piles of clothes on her bed.“How do you manage to sleep every night with all that stuff,Mom?” I asked.To my horror,she replied “I do it because I know I have to get rid of all this stuff eventually;I am punishing myself by sleeping with them until I do—that.” Shocked and upset,I gently explained to her that punishing herself was only to make things worse,and that everybody deserves a place to sleep in peace,no matter what mistakes they’ve made.I suggested she move all the stuff upstairs,leaving her room comfortable to sleep in. With patience and her slow but steady guidance,I helped her go through some of the piles and move them upstairs.For the rest of the week I stayed there,she was in a better mood and was excited about going through the rest of the house to finally get rid of her stuff—past mistakes and painful times.The items brought back painful memories as we inspected and moved them,but I kept reminding her that removing them would allow her to move on and heal.We finally sold so many things and took bag after bag to charity. The stuff is just a sign of the destructive patterns of self-hatred on past mistakes.Only through the act of self-forgiveness can we bring about a chain reaction of reorganizing—both of the house and heart. 40.What made the author feel bitter? A.She couldn’t understand her mom’s sorrows. B.Her mom was stuck in the painful memories. C.Her mom was always left alone at home. D.Her mom wasted money on useless things. 41.The underlined word “that” in the second paragraph refers to_______. A.getting rid of the stuff B.buying the stuff C.opening the stuff D.moving the stuff 42.We can infer from the passage that______. A.the author never bought her mom anything B.the author’s mom has no money to purchase now C.the author’s mom regrets buying so many things D.the author knows her mom’s suffering only this week 43.What’s the best title of the passage? A.How to do shopping wisely? B.The importance of self-forgiveness C.Keep an eye on the elderly’s behavior D.Clearance helps remove suffering C Dogs and humans have been living side-by-side for about 15,000 years,but there are tons of facts about dogs that perhaps we have never heard of. Night vision Dogs have good night vision.Their large pupils let more light in and the rods (视杆细胞)work better in poor light.But the biggest factor is the tapetum(反光组织),which reflects light at the back of the eye.Besides,dogs’ whiskers(胡须)also help them “see” in the dark because they pick up on very small changes in air,providing dogs with information about the size,shape,and speed of things nearby. Secret tail code Dogs can use their tails to communicate.They wag their tails to the right when they are relaxed or happy,and to the left when nervous or threatened.When they’re aggressive,the tails will stick straight up in the air.A broad wag is friendly while a slow wag is neutral,neither excited nor anxious. Dreams We often see a dog’s body making sudden movements in its sleep.Dogs have the same brain wave patterns as humans’ while they are asleep,so they dream just like we do. Super nose Dogs can find their way home despite long distances.Their noses are a vital part of their incredible sense of direction.The part of a dog’s brain that control smell is 40 times larger than humans’.They’re able to follow smells for miles.Furthermore,dogs have an amazing ability to recognize the smells given off by the abnormal cells in human bodies,including cancer.This is something scientists are eager to explore further.And interestingly,a dog’s “fingerprint” is on its nose.The patterns on dogs’ noses are so distinct that they can actually be used to identify the animals. A sixth sense Dogs act strangely before something bad,like a storm or earthquake,happens,for they are sensitive to low frequencies that humans can’t sense.So don’t let their strange behavior go unnoticed next time.It could save your life. 44.Which of the following indirectly helps dogs see well in the dark? A.Their rods. B.Their tapetum. C.Their whiskers. D.Their pupils. 45.If a dog holds up the tail,it indicates________. A.happiness B.attack C.friendliness D.relaxation 46.What hasn’t been discovered about a dog? A.Why it can sense natural disasters. B.Why it has an acute sense of smell. C.What emotions it shows with its tail. D.How it can smell humans’ illnesses. 47.In what way are dogs like humans? A.They dream when they sleep. B.They have good night vision. C.They have distinct nose patterns. D.They can react to low frequencies. D A Japanese company is developing a pair of smart glasses that can help those with visual or comprehension problems to read written text more easily.Called the Oton Glass,the glasses are meant to translate text in to sound using two cameras and an earpiece,both fitted to its frame. Half of the lens(镜片)is a mirror that reflects the wearer’s eyes back to the first camera,which tracks eye movement.The other camera captures the text.Wearers use the glasses by staring at the text they can’t read and blinking(眨眼)to trigger the glasses.Then the captured words are sent to a cloud system,which processes the text and turns it into sound played through the earpiece.If the system is unable to identify the words,the images are sent to a remote worker who can deal with them. The Oton Glass lead designer,Keisuke Shimakage,started working on the glasses in 2012 to aid his father,who had developed dyslexia,a condition that makes it difficult for someone to read and spell.While his father eventually recovered,Shimakage continued his development in order to help others with the disorder. Currently,the Oton Glass is seeking funding.Backers can get a pair of the glasses for 5,000 yen(roughly $ 47). Smart glasses aren’t a new concept,but it's difficult to point to any single pair of smart glasses that people have reviewed favorably.It could,perhaps,be that previous products tried to do too much,or were too expensive.That’s why Intel’s Vaunt smart glasses stripped out some features,like its camera,LCD screen,and speakers.The Oton Glass is for a very specific audience,and its relatively low price could make it more appealing to those who want an affordable way to understand the text around them. 48.What is the right order how the Oton Glass works? a.The camera captures the words. b.The wearer stares at the text. c.The wearer hears the sound via the earpiece. d.The cloud system turns the text into sound. e.The wearer blinks to get the glasses working. A.a,b,e,c,d B.e,b,c,d,a C.b,d,a,e,c D.b,e,a,d,c 49.The underlined part “stripped out” in the last paragraph can be replaced by_____. A.improved B.removed C.increased D.invented 50.What is the last paragraph mainly about? A.The advantages of the Oton Glass. B.The characteristics of smart glasses. C.Consumers’ evaluation of the Oton Glass. D.The target audiences of various smart glasses. 第二节(共 5 小题;每小题 2 分,共 10 分) 根据短文内容,从短文后的七个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。 Practical Ways to Show Respect for a Friend ●Show respect for their life choices and decisions Accept that people aren’t always going to be just like you.They will make different life choices,have different views on politics and religion,and act differently in many ways.This doesn’t mean they can’t be your friend. 51 ●Give them the benefit of the doubt 52 If you’re in doubt about something,ask your friend.Be respectful and give them the benefit of the doubt when you don’t do. This alone will help you stay in their good graces(好感). ●Give friends your full attention One of the best ways to show respect for someone is to listen to them fully.Allow them to pause,convey nonverbal communication clues,collect their thoughts,and get it all out.Too often friends listen with half an ear or jump in the minute their friend pauses with an even worse story. 53 When your friend is talking,pay attention. ● 54 Treat your friends respectfully when you argue with them.Make your friendship a safe place by not embarrassing your friend or expressing your private disagreements in front of other people.Be publicly supportive and kind to your friends so they know you value your friendship with them. ●Show up,be there,and do what you say you’re going to do 55 So just show your friend the best kind of respect by being on time,keeping promises,and being the one friend they can always count on.That’s the way to truly show respect. A.Assumptions can be a dangerous thing. B.Consider your friendship a precious gift. C.This type of behavior is very disrespectful. D.Tell your friends what you think about them directly. E.In fact,you can almost do nothing but accept the differences. F.It means that you’ll need to take a step back,reserve judgment,and show respect. G.No one likes an unreliable friend who says they’ll be there and then doesn’t show. 第三部分:书面表达(共两节,35分) 第一节(15分) 假设你是红星中学高三学生李华,你写信建议你的美国朋友George参加中国日报(China Daily)专门为外国人举办的2018“最美中国”(Amazing China)手机摄影大赛。信的内容包括: 1. 作品内容要求; 2. 提交时间和方式 3. 表示愿意提供帮助 注意:1. 词数不少于 50; 2. 开头和结尾已给出,不计入总词数。 Dear George, _______________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ Yours, Li Hua 第二节(20分) 请根据下面提示,写一篇短文,词数不少于50. In your spoken English class, your teacher shows you the following picture. You are asked to describe the picture and explain how you understand it. (请务必将开放作文写在答题卡指定区域内) 参考答案 单项填空: 1. D 本题考查时态和语态,根据时间状语well before the First World War提示,conduct动作是发生在过去的过去,所以应该用过去完成时,又research是被实施,因此需用被动语态。 2. B 本题考查主语从句,offer后缺宾语,因此选择what 3. C 本题考查时态,根据时间状语over the last three months来判断,因此需用现在完成进行时。 4. D 情态动词的考查,根据语义,他可能不来 5. A 考查非谓语动词 figures(数据)是将要被更新 6. A 考查定语从句,它的外表,缺定语 7. D 考查表语从句,根据语义,这就是他为什么最终成功了。 8. C 考查时态和语态 根据时间状语usually, 用一般现在时,烤鸭与serve之间是被动关系 9. A 考查状语从句连词 从语义上看,因为油价提高了,所以选择now that“既然,由于” 10. B 情态动词的考查 从语义上判断,乘客一定不要跟司机交谈,表示强烈否定 11. D 考查基本结构,see sth. done 看到路被雪封了 12. A 考查状语从句连接词,万一我需要租车,因此选in case“以防;万一” 13. C 对面试流程进行描述,所以用一般现在时,申请人是被面试 14. C 考查名词性从句,根据语义,不缺成分,因此选that引导从句即可 15. D 考查混合虚拟语气,“如果我们早一些订桌”, 是对过去情况的虚拟,因此需要用had done 完形填空 DACDB DCBAB CBADC BABCA 难点讲解: 16. made an urgent request for 紧急需要… 18. 比一个篮球稍微大一点 19. 从后文看,Madison是搜索之后发现了他,因此他是溺水的状态 21. fit through 适合挤过开口 26. 顺承结果状语,it指left wrist,把左手腕伤的很重 27. 语义是:不是去照看自己的伤势,因此用rather than,而不是 29. 发现他的脚的轮廓 30. 左手已经受伤了,因此用那只没有受伤的手 33. lack of oxygen因为缺氧 34. 看到小男孩脱险了,因此宽慰地舒了一口气。 阅读理解: 36-39 BCDC 36. 从第二段With a cheerful shrug that suggested my crisis was all in a day’s work for him, he said, “Sure.” 37. 通过第二段,第三段阅读可以得出,作者的危机在他眼里,只是日常工作的一部分 38. 通过第四段,I did not want to watch the digging of my property unfold可以得出答案 39. 该选项可以翻译成:行行出状元。 40-43 BACD 40. 通过第二段,作者和母亲之间的对话,可以得出母亲活在痛苦的回忆中,不能自拔。 42. 通过第二段:I am punishing myself by sleeping with them until I do that.得出作者母亲非常悔恨自己的行为。 43. 题目的意思清理这些买过的东西消除了母亲的痛苦。 44-47 CBDA 44.本题注意审题,是间接帮助狗视力的原因 45. 从Secret tail code可以轻松得出答案 46. 倒数第二段,This is something scientists are eager to explore further.可以得出答案 47. 从Dream这个话题可以得出答案。 48-50 DBA 48. 通过第二段逐一阅读,可以得到:佩戴者首先看文本;然后眨眼睛使眼镜开始工作;相机捕捉单词;云系统把它转换成声音;佩戴者通过耳机听到自己看到的内容 49. 根据文本,这款新的眼镜价格便宜,成本降低,肯定是减掉了原来类似设备的一些特色 七选五: 51-55 FACBG 51. 前文讲解的是要接受朋友不同的见解,因此F是对前文的一个总结。 52. 如果你有疑问一定要去问朋友,所以不要猜疑、假设,因此选A 53. 前文例举了一些行为,后文讲要专注的听朋友说话,所以前面这些行为是有失尊重的。 54. 本段就是讲解如何保护友谊,因此就可以得出答案。 55. 本段就是讲了说到做到,因此可以得出正确答案。 作文一One possible version: Dear George, How is everything going? I have some exciting news for you. China Daily will hold a mobile phone contest named “Amazing China”, only open to foreigners. I know you love photography, so why not give it a try. The contest welcomes submissions about natural scenery, famous places or historical sites, local customs of China and so forth. And every photo should be accompanied with an explanation: time, place, name of the work, and stories behind. Photos edited with photoshop or any other software will not be accepted. Each participant can turn in three photos at most to Liuying@chinadaily Deadline for entries is … For more information, you can refer to China Daily’s official website. Yours, Li Hua 作文二One possible version: In the picture, there stands a tree full of fruit on one side of the stream. Across the stream, a man is trying to reach out on the edge of the bank for the fruit with a net attached to a pole. Not far away there is bridge that can lead him to the tree for more fruit. The message conveyed in the picture is clear. In pursuing a dream, we might focus on only one way of making it come true, forgetting that there may be alternatives. As indicated in the picture, if the man is willing to look for other possibilities, he can find a better and more rewarding way to achieve his goal. All he has to do is to turn around, cross the bridge and walk to the tree. PAGE 11

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          北京第八中学2019届高考仿真模拟试卷 第一部分:知识运用(共两节,45分) 第一节 语篇填空(共10小题;每小题1.5分,共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。 Diets have changed in China — and so too has its top crop. Since 2011, the country 1 (grow) more corn than rice. Corn production has jumped nearly 125 percent over 2 past 25 years, while rice has increased only 7 percent. A taste for meat is 3 (actual) behind the change: An important part of its corn is used to feed chickens, pigs, and cattle. Another reason for corn’s rise:The government encourages farmers to grow corn instead of rice 4 (improve) water quality. Corn uses less water 5 rice and creates less fertilizer(化肥) runoff. This switch has decreased 6 (pollute) in the country’s major lakes and reservoirs and made drinking water safer for people. According to the World Bank, China accounts for about 30 percent of total 7 (globe) fertilizer consumption. The Chinese Ministry of Agriculture finds that between 2005 — when the government 8 (start) a soil-testing program 9 gives specific fertilizer recommendations to farmers — and 2011, fertilizer use dropped by 7.7 million tons. That prevented the emission(排放) of 51.8 million tons of carbon dioxide. China’s approach to protecting its environment while 10 (feed) its citizens "offers useful lessons for agriculture and food policymakers worldwide," says the bank’s Juergen Voegele. 第二节?完形填空(?共?20?小题;?每小题?1.5?分,?共?30?分) 阅读下面短文,?掌握其大意,?从每题所给的?A、?B、?C、?D?四个选项中,?选出最佳选项,?并在答题卡上将该项涂黑。 Recently,I began seeking my dream of becoming a motivational(激励人的) speaker. After a four?year relationship with Fortune 100 Company __11__ as a sales trainer and ending as a regional(区域的) sales manager,I left the company at the _1_2__ of my career.Many people were __13__ that I would leave after earning a six?figure __14__.And they asked why I would risk everything for a _1_5__. I made a decision to start my __16__ company after attending a regional sales meeting.The vice?president of our company delivered a __17__ that changed my life.He asked us,“If a god would __18__ you three wishes,what would they be?”After giving us a __19__ to write down the three wishes,he then asked us,“__20__ do you need a god?”I would never forget the power I __21__ at that moment.I realized that everything I had achieved in the past had __22__ me for this moment.I was __23__ and didn’t need a god’s help to become a motivational speaker.A motivational speaker was __24__. Having made that decision,I was immediately __25__.One week after I gave notice for engagements(签约),I __26__ my cellphone.Worse still,half a year passed and I didn’t get any engagements __27__.But I held fast to my dream.The wonder _28__ began to happen.About seven months later,I was able to book quite a few __29__ engagements with new customers.I discovered the incredible(难以置信的) __30__ of dreams. 11.A.acting B.beginning C.considering D.working 12.A.crossroad B.edge C.length D.height 13.A.disappointed B.moved C.surprised D.worried 14.A.income B.wealth C.position D.respect 15.A.dream B.person C.promise D.speaker 16.A.good B.big C.new D.own 17.A.message B.passage C.speech D.letter 18.A.answer B.offer C.share D.tell 19.A.hand B.paper C.moment D.second 20.A.Why B.Where C.When D.How 21.A.felt B.gave C.made D.sent 22.A.comforted B.prepared C.changed D.driven 23.A.happy B.proud C.ready D.well 24.A.made B.formed C.brought D.born 25.A.tested B.checked C.punished D.shocked 26.A.bought B.sold C.lost D.found 27.A.at last B.at all C.at most D.at least 28.A.almost B.really C.hardly D.gradually 29.A.speaking B.training C.selling D.writing 30.A.force B.help C.effect D.power 第二部分:阅读理解(共两节,40分) 第一节(共15小题;每小题2分,共30分) 阅读下列短文,从每题所给的A、B、C、D四个选项中,选出最佳选项,并在答题卡上将该项涂黑。 A Everyone at Pacsafe is always eager to get out in the world and enjoy new cultures, food, and experiences. With that in mind we asked a few of our top travel bugs for their best travel destination recommendations for 2019. They also included their favorite Pacsafe bag to take on the trip. Enjoy and hopefully get some ideas for your own globe-trotting adventure. Sri Lanka---Alison Hanko, Global Marketing Director I’m going to Sri Lanka this summer holiday and can’t wait. It’s close to Hong Kong where I live and I’ve always wanted to go. The food is supposed to be amazing. It seems really relaxing and I really want to do the Kandy to Badulla train ride, which looks just stunning. We’ve booked a good mix of beaches, some time in a safari tent to hopefully see elephants in the wild. For my bag, I’ll most likely take the Quiksilver 40L Pack because it has the built-in wet pack for my bikinis. It’s also a great size for a week-long trip in a warm climate. Japan---Ben Barras, Creative Director Japan is definitely my best travel destination recommendation. The culture, the streets, the architecture, the inspiration you get from all of that is amazing. The food is also fascinating. It’s where I’m most planning to go. Tokyo obviously, but also visiting the mountains. You can go snowboarding, which I haven’t done for years. I have a Vibe 25L Backpack which you can pack a lot in. The thing I like most about it is that it’s compact, but still fits plenty in. I’ll pair that up with a larger travel bag for the rest of my things and use the backpack to get around day to day. Berlin---Phil Hayes, Executive VP of Global Design For me, it’s definitely Berlin. I’m particularly excited about the fashion, which I hear is pretty full on. Also the art galleries and history. Food, nightlife. Everything I’ve heard about Berlin is pretty cool, so I’m going to suck as much as I can out of it. World’s Global Style Network had the Berlin shopping list that came out recently, so I’m going to follow that through as well. Bag wise, it will be the Quiksilver X Collab Bag. It’s the 25L Anti-theft Backpack. It’s normally my go-to bag for city trips because it’s super easy to lock on the plane and in bars, and it’s just the right amount of space. 31. Which of the Pacsafe bag is a good choice for beach travel? A. The Quiksilver 40L Pack. B. The Vibe 25L Backpack. C. The Quiksilver X Collab Bag. D. 25L Anti-theft Backpack. 32. If you are interested in fashion, which destination should you choose? A. Sri Lanka. B. Japan. C. Hong Kong. D. Berlin. 33. What can you enjoy in all the three places mentioned? A. Beautiful beaches. B. Amazing food. C. Fascinating art. D. Cool snowboarding. 34. The main purpose of the passage is to ________. A. share personal travelling experiences B. offer practical tips on taking adventure C. present cultures in different countries D. recommend favorable travel destinations B Welcome to AMDA Your future in the performing arts doesn’t have to be a dream. For over 50 years, AMDA has launched some of the most successful careers in theatre, film and television. AMDA creates industry professionals who don’t just wait for life to happen—they stage their own career path. Now it’s your turn. Program description At AMDA, we believe a performer must perform. From the first day, you’ll find many performance opportunities in the three core areas of acting, musical theatre and dance, both in and out of the classroom, plus individual voice lessons. Over the course of your four semesters (学期), you’ll also improve your performance technique through an intensive curriculum that focuses on both foundational and advanced concepts in acting, musical theatre and dance. Finally, through courses in career preparation, you’ll learn how to apply all of this training to a successful career on stage and screen. Philosophy and mission AMDA is committed to providing a splendid performing arts education to a diverse community of creative artists. AMDA serves as both school and stage, where students are given the support and opportunity to identify their own personal objectives and to develop and improve their own distinctive artistic voices. AMDA tries to create an environment for students to develop the skills, confidence, imagination, and power to contribute to their community as artists, businesspeople, lifelong learners, and hard-working citizens of the world Above all, AMDA wants to teach students that commitment and passion are the marks of a successful and joyous career. Registration 6305 Yucca Street Los Angeles 800-367-7908 https: //www.amda.edu 35.What is the curriculum of AMDA about? A.Drawing. B.Philosophy. C.Performing D.Photography. 36.How long does the course last? A.One semester. B.Two years. C.Three semesters. D.Four years. 37.What can students learn in AMDA? A.How to sing beautifully. B.How to train a performer. C.The way to build a stage. D.The way to be a director. C Dogs and humans have been living side-by-side for about 15,000 years,but there are tons of facts about dogs that perhaps we have never heard of. Night vision Dogs have good night vision.Their large pupils let more light in and the rods (视杆细胞)work better in poor light.But the biggest factor is the tapetum(反光组织),which reflects light at the back of the eye.Besides,dogs’ whiskers(胡须)also help them “see” in the dark because they pick up on very small changes in air,providing dogs with information about the size,shape,and speed of things nearby. Secret tail code Dogs can use their tails to communicate.They wag their tails to the right when they are relaxed or happy,and to the left when nervous or threatened.When they’re aggressive,the tails will stick straight up in the air.A broad wag is friendly while a slow wag is neutral,neither excited nor anxious. Dreams We often see a dog’s body making sudden movements in its sleep.Dogs have the same brain wave patterns as humans’ while they are asleep,so they dream just like we do. Super nose Dogs can find their way home despite long distances.Their noses are a vital part of their incredible sense of direction.The part of a dog’s brain that control smell is 40 times larger than humans’.They’re able to follow smells for miles.Furthermore,dogs have an amazing ability to recognize the smells given off by the abnormal cells in human bodies,including cancer.This is something scientists are eager to explore further.And interestingly,a dog’s “fingerprint” is on its nose.The patterns on dogs’ noses are so distinct that they can actually be used to identify the animals. A sixth sense Dogs act strangely before something bad,like a storm or earthquake,happens,for they are sensitive to low frequencies that humans can’t sense.So don’t let their strange behavior go unnoticed next time.It could save your life. 38.Which of the following indirectly helps dogs see well in the dark? A.Their rods. B.Their tapetum. C.Their whiskers. D.Their pupils. 39.If a dog holds up the tail,it indicates________. A.happiness B.attack C.friendliness D.relaxation 40.What hasn’t been discovered about a dog? A.Why it can sense natural disasters. B.Why it has an acute sense of smell. C.What emotions it shows with its tail. D.How it can smell humans’ illnesses. 41.In what way are dogs like humans? A.They dream when they sleep. B.They have good night vision. C.They have distinct nose patterns. D.They can react to low frequencies. D What a Messy Desk Says About You For some time, psychologists have been studying how personality traits affect health and health-related choices. Not surprisingly, they have found that people blessed with innate conscientiousness, meaning that they are organized and predictable, typically eat better and live longer than people who are disorderly. They also tend to have immaculate offices. What has been less clear is whether neat environments can produce good habits even in those who aren’t necessarily innately conscientious. To find out, researchers at the University of Minnesota conducted a series of experiments. In the first experiment, they randomly assigned a group of college-age students to spend time in two office spaces, one of which was very neat, the other wildly cluttered (乱堆) with papers and other work-related stuff. The students spent their time filling out questionnaires unrelated to the study. After 10 minutes, they were told they could leave with an apple or a chocolate bar. Those students who sat in the orderly office were twice as likely to choose the apple as those who sat among the mess. A second experiment, however, found that working in chaos has its advantages, too. In this one, college students were placed in a messy or a neat office and asked to dream up new uses for Ping-Pong balls. Those in messy spaces generated ideas that were significantly more creative, according to two independent judges, than those in offices where stacks of papers and other objects were neatly arranged. The results were something of a surprise, says Dr. Vohs, the leader of the study. Few previous studies found much virtue in disorder. The broken window theory, proposed decades ago, holds that even slight disorder and neglect can encourage indifference and poor discipline. But in the study by Dr. Vohs, disordered offices encouraged originality and a search for novelty. In the final portion of the study, adults were given the choice of adding a health “boost” to their lunchtime smoothie that was labeled either “new” or “classic.” The volunteers in the messy space were far more likely to choose the new one; those in the tidy office generally chose the classic version. “Disorderly environments seem to inspire breaking free of tradition,” Dr. Vohs and her co-authors conclude in the study, “which can produce fresh insights.” The implications of these findings are also practical. “My advice would be, if you need to think outside the box for a future project”, Dr. Vohs says, “then let the clutter rise and free your imagination. But if your primary goal is to eat well or to go to the gym, pick up around your office first. By doing this, the naturally messy can acquire some of the discipline of the conscientious.” 42. The underlined word “immaculate” in paragraph 1 probably means ______. A. messy B. tidy C. terrible D. comfortable 43. Which of the following can best explain the broken window theory? A. Chaos begets chaos. B. Misfortune may be an actual blessing. C. Bad news has wings. D. When a door shuts, a window opens. 44. Which of the following will Dr. Vohs probably agree with? A. More virtue exists in organized people. B. Creativity results from tidiness and discipline. C. Disorderly surroundings help to create new ideas. D. Workers’ good habits guarantee the success of a project. 45. What can we conclude from the study results? A. The naturally neat people tend to be very creative. B. A messy office will cause quite low working efficiency. C. Environments can affect people’s way of thinking and behavior. D. People’s personalities are determined by their working environments. 第二节(共5小题;每小题2分,共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。 Exam Anxiety Has this ever happened to you? You’ve been studying hard for your midterm, but when you walk into your exam, your mind goes blank, your heart races fast, you get sweaty palms and find it hard to breathe. 46 ? Everyone feels stressed during exams. Usually, it results from a fear of failure, lack of adequate preparation time and bad experiences taking tests in the past. This is normal and often helps you work harder, think faster and generally improve your performance. 47 You may also feel that other people are managing the exam better than you. This can cause you to feel that your mind has “gone blank” on information you know you have revised. 48 ?Some choose to ignore the problem, while others don’t review because they think they will do badly anyway and even miss exams due to the anxiety. It can also be really easy to think that if you don’t try and then you fail, you won’t feel as bad as if you fail after trying really hard. So what can you do to fight against the negative mindset and stay calm before and during your test? 49 ?Yes, this seems obvious, but it’s worth repeating. If you feel confident that you’ve prepared thoroughly, you’ll feel more confident walking into the test.?The second tip is simple: just start. The blank page can maximize your anxiety. 50 ?You can always go back and change things later if needed, but a few quick answers can get the ball rolling. Besides, allocating(分配) your time is equally important. Look through the whole test before getting started. Mentally allocate how much time you’ll spend on each section. If there’s time to recheck, even better. A. The first thing you should do is to be prepared. B. People often deal with exam stress in many unhelpful ways. C. If these classic signs of exam anxiety sound familiar,?you’re not alone! D. Therefore, people need an appropriate amount of pressure to help deal with exams. E. Realizing time is almost up and that there’s still a lot of blank space will make you desperate. F. However, if you are overly anxious about the result, you may be unable to focus on your work. G. After you get the paper, dive right in by getting some questions done to build up your confidence. 第三部分:书面表达(?35?分) 阅读下面的短文,然后按照要求写一篇150词左右的英语短文. ??? The?actions?of?international?development?volunteers,?and?the?relationships?they?build,?live?on?long?after?the?volunteers?return?home. ??? One?such?volunteer?is?Carlie?Rocco.?After?completing?an?Australian?Youth?Ambassadors?for?Development?(AYAD)?role,?27-year-old?Carlie?travelled?to?China?to?take?up?the?role?of?Rural?Development?Advisor(咨询员)at?Yunnan?Agricultural?University.?"I?had?an?interest?in?working?in?development?and?learning?new?skills,?so?I?decided?to?volunteer?to?be?able?to?pursue?that.?We?had?one?project?where?we?used?this?knowledge?to?grow?and?collect?Chinese?medicinal?herbs?(中药),?and?then?linked?them?up?with?Chinese?medicine?companies." ??? "It's?a?great?way?to?acquire?a?lot?of?new?skills?in?a?short?space?of?time…it?would?take?a?lot?longer?if?you?wanted?to?do?that?in?Australia,?to?acquire?some?of?those?universal?professional?skills?like?relationship?building,?communication?and?cross-cultural?skills." ??? Reflecting?on?her?volunteer?experience,?Carlie?felt?proud?of?what?she?managed?to?achieve?together?with?her?local?colleagues?at?Yunnan?Agricultural?University?and,?alter?all,?she?gained?valuable?professional?skills?in?the?process: 【写作内容】 1.?以约30个词总结Carlie作为志愿者的工作和收获. 2.?以约120个词就"志愿者工作"发表自己的看法,并包括如下要点: (1)你认为志愿者工作有何意义; (2)列举你或他人的事例说明你的看法; (3)你认为成为一名优秀志愿者的最重要的素质是什么. 【写作要求】 1.?作文中可以使用亲身经历或虚构的故事,也可以参照阅读材料的内容,但不得直接引用原文中的句子; 2.?作文中不能出现真实姓名和学校名称. 参考答案 第一部分:知识运用(共两节,45分) 语篇填空 1.has grown 2.the 3.actually 4.to improve。 5.than 6.pollution 7.global 8.started 9.that/which 10.feeding 第二节 完形填空(共20小题;每小题1.5分,共30分) BDCAA DCBCA ABCDA CBBAD 第二部分 阅读理解 A:ADBD B:CBA C:CBDA D: BACC? 第二节(共5小题;每小题2分,共10分) CFBAG 第三部分 书面表达(35分) 略

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          2019届高三下学期第二次模拟考试英语试卷 (总分:150分; 考试时间:120分钟) 第Ⅰ卷(选择题,共100分) 注意事项: 1. 答题前.考生在答题卡上务必用直径0.5毫米黑色墨水签字笔将自己的姓名、准 考证号填写清楚,并贴好条形码。请认真核准条形码上的准考证号、姓名和科目。 2. 每小题选出答案后,用2B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,再选涂其他答案标号,在试题卷上作答无效。 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A、B、C和D四个选项中,选出最佳选项。 A Sydney Day Tours Port Stephens Day Tours Labeled “Blue Water Paradise”, Port Stephens is known for its beauty and marine surroundings with over 19 miles of clean, white and sandy beaches. It is home to around 150 bottle nose dolphins and thus called the dolphin capital of Australia. Highlights: Dolphin Watching; Australian Reptile Park Operates: Mon, Wed & Sat---8 AM Adults: $195 Children: $98 Note: Not suitable from Dec. 20th, 2017 to Jan. 9th, 2018 in Christmas & NY period, Feb.14th-22th, 2018 in Chinese NY. Sydney City Day Tours Sydney is a big city, filled with lots of landmarks and attractions to see. This can make it a stressful task to plan your own vacation in Sydney. Luckily, our tours are designed to allow you to see all of Sydney’s most famous landmarks. You can rest and make sure that you will be seeing all that Sydney has to offer. Highlights: Harbour Bridge; Sydney Opera House Operates: Daily---8 AM Adults: $129 Children: $65 Blue Mountains Tours These Blue Mountains Tours from Sydney have been designed for the adventurers and people who like to enjoy bush walking. Additionally, these Blue Mountains Day Tours include a tough walk from Glenbrook to the Wentworth Falls. Highlights: See Australian wildlife up-close; Guided hike at Wentworth Falls Operates: Daily---8 AM Adults: $99 Children: $74 Note: A good level of fitness is required for the bush walk. Minimum child age is 11 years. 21. Which one is NOT proper time for the Port Stephens Day Tours A. Jan. 13th, 2018(Sat.). B. Jan. 15th, 2018(Mon.). C. Jan. 24th, 2018(Wed.). D. Feb. 15th, 2018(Thur.). 22. What can tourists enjoy on Sydney City Day Tours A. Marine surroundings. B. Harbour Bridge. C. Dolphin Watching. D. Adventurous activities. 23. Which of the following is true according to the advertisement A. All the tours are available every day. ================================================ 压缩包内容: 西藏昌都第四高级中学2019届高三二模考试英语试卷 (无音频听力与文字材料).doc

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