高三测试英语试题

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名师一对一本试卷共11页,共150分。考试时长120分钟。考生务必将答案答在答题卡上,在试卷上作答无效。考试结束后,将本试卷和答题卡一并交回。

  第一部分:听力理解(共三节,30分)
  第一节(共5小题;每小题1.5分,共7.5分)
  听下面5段对话。每段对话后有一道小题,从每题所给的A、B、C三个选项中选出最佳选项。听完每段对话后,你将有10秒钟的时间来回答有关小题和阅读下一小题。每段对话你将听一遍。
  例:Whatisthemangoingtoread?
  A.Anewspaper.B.Amagazine.C.Abook.
  答案是A。
  1.Wherearethetwospeakers?
  A.Ontheplane.A.Onthebus.C.Onthetrain.
  2.Whatistheweathergoingtobelikethisweekend?
  A.Sunny.B.Cloudy.C.Rainy.
  3.Whoisthewoman?
  A.Acleaner.B.Asecretary.C.Amanager.
  4.Whatwillthewomanprobablydoduringtheholiday?
  A.Visithersister.B.Shopinhercity.C.TravelinHangzhou.
  5.Whycan’tthewomantakethedirectroute?
  A.Theroadisunderconstruction.
  B.Theright-handlaneisclosed.
  C.Thereisnoexit.
  第二节(共10小题;每小题1.5分,共15分)
  听下面4段对话或独白。每段对话或独白后有几道小题,从每题所给的A、B、C三个选项中选出最佳选项。听每段对话或独白前,你将有5秒钟的时间阅读每小题。听完后,每小题将给出5秒钟的作答时间。每段对话或独白你将听两遍。
  听第6段材料,回答第6至7题。
  6.Whatcanwelearnaboutthewoman?
  A.Shedidn’twatchthefootballgame.
  B.Sheisnotinterestedinfootball.
  C.Shedoesn’tworkhard.
  7.Whatarethespeakersmainlytalkingabout?
  A.Afootballplayer.B.Afootballmatch.C.Afootballfan.
  听第7段材料,回答第8至9题。
  8.Whydoesthewomandoresearch?
  A.Tostudywhatmusicpeopleprefer.
  B.Toshowusthatmusicisimportant.
  C.Tounderstandhowmusicinfluencespeople.
  9.Whatwillthemandotohelpwiththereport?
  A.Designthereport.B.Answerquestions.C.Handoutquestionnaires.
  听第8段材料,回答第10至12题。
  10.WhathappenedtoBetty?
  A.Shewasdisturbedattheconcert.
  B.Shewasremovedbysecurity.
  C.Shefoughtwithaboy.
  11.WhatcanwelearnaboutBetty?
  A.Shedoesn’tlikechildren.
  B.Sheoftengoestoconcerts.
  C.Sheseldomargueswithothers.
  12.WhatdoesthemansuggestBettydo?
  A.Leavethetheatre.B.Askforhelp.C.Fightback.
  听第9段材料,回答第13至15题。
  13.WhydidJanemissthefilm?
  A.Shewassickinhospital.
  B.Shegotcaughtintherain.
  C.Shehadtotakecareofhersister.
  14.Whatimpressedthespeakermost?
  A.Theplot.B.Theacting.C.Thesetting.
  15.What’sthespeakerdoing?
  A.Leavingamessage.B.Makinganappointment.C.Givingalecture.
  第三节(共5小题;每小题1.5分,共7.5分)
  听下面一段对话,完成第16至20五道小题,每小题仅填写一个词。听对话前,你将有20秒钟的时间阅读试题,听完后你将有60秒钟的作答时间。这段对话你将听两遍。
  第一节单项填空(共15小题;每小题1分,共15分)第二部分:知识运用(共两节,45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’ssonicetohearfromheragain._____,welastmetmorethanthirtyyearsago.
  A.What’smoreB.That’stosay
  C.InotherwordsD.Believeitornot
  答案是D。
  21.Ireallydon’tknowwhetherIcansucceedinthefinalcompetition,_____Iwilltry.
  A.andB.forC.butD.or
  22.—Youoftenworkovertimerecently.Why?
  —Oh,I_____moneytobuyanewcar.
  A.madeB.hadmadeC.havemadeD.ammaking
  23.Itisentirelytrue_____childrenlearnmorefrompeopletheylike.So,trytobefriendswith
  them.
  A.whatB.whyC.thatD.how
  24.OurteamdefeatedClass3inthebasketballmatchonWednesday,_____them36to35.
  A.beatingB.beatC.tobeatD.beaten
  25.Dancingwiththefeetisonething,butdancingwiththeheartis_____.
  A.oneB.otherC.othersD.another
  26.Theresultsoftheexperimentturnedoutcontraryto_____wasexpected.
  A.whatB.whichC.whomD.that
  27._____allthedetails,youhavetolookatthepicturecarefully.
  A.GraspedB.GraspingC.GraspD.Tograsp
  28.Theamusementparkwillstayopenthroughmid-March,_____theweathercooperates.
  A.unlessB.evenifC.sothatD.aslongas
  29.TherearesomanyspecialoffersandbargainsduringSpringFestivalthatyou_____surelyget
  whatyouwantformuchlessmoney.
  A.mightB.canC.needD.haveto
  30.—Istherearoomavailablefortonight?
  —Sorry,sir,butalltherooms_____.
  A.havebookedB.havebeenbookedC.willbookD.willbebooked
  31.Peoplelivinginhomes_____TVisalwaysleftonoftenspendlesstimereading.
  A.thatB.whichC.whereD.who
  32.Pleaseputyourlaundryinthebagandwe_____someonetopickitupinafewminutes.
  A.willsendB.havesentC.sentD.send
  33.Youwillneversay“no”whenalittlekidislookingatyou_____comfortandsupport.
  A.onB.forC.beyondD.at
  34.Inthislibrary,youcanuseyourowncomputertoconnecttoWi-Fispecially_____for
  readers.
  A.preparingB.toprepareC.preparedD.prepare
  35.Whatasunnyday!HowIwishI_____onthebeachenjoyingthesunshinenow!
  A.wereB.hadbeenC.wouldbeD.shouldbe
  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。
  InThanksforWhatWeHave
  IsatnervouslyandwaitedforKathleentospeak.Beingcalledtothehumanresourcesdepartmentisalittlelikebeingcalledtotheprincipal’soffice.“Annie,”shesaid,“Afoodbankinourtownthatservestheelderlyisaskingfor36.I’dlikeyoutoorganizetheeventandseeitthrough.”“Well,um,errr…sure.Iguessso.”AsIstuttered(结结巴巴地说)throughmy37,allIcouldthinkwas,“What?Whyme?”
  Iwalkedbacktomyofficewithoutanyideaastowhereto38.Thiswasatimewhentheeconomywas39.Theriseinunemploymentforcedthefamiliesofmanyofmycoworkersto40tosurvive.HowcouldIaskmycoworkersformore?
  ThateveningIdrovehomefilledwithnegativity.ThenIrememberedatimelongagowhenmyfatherwasoutofwork.MomwroteanotetoJim,themilkman,askinghimnotto41anymoremilk.TwodayslaterJimpickedupthe42andleftfourlitersofmilk.HewrotehisownmessageonthebacksideofMom’s.Itread,“Kidsneedmilk.”Themilkdelivery43asusualandJimleftfourlitersofmilkeveryotherday,nevercollectingacent44us.
  ThememoryofJim’s45firedmyenthusiasm.PerhapsI’dbeinforapleasantsurprise.
  ThenextmorningI46signsaboutourfooddrivealloverthecafeteriaandoneverynoticeboardIcouldfind.Eachsignread,“Fooddrivetosupporttheelderlypoorofourtown!47ofnon-perishable(不易腐的)foodsaregreatlyneeded.”
  WithinafewdaysIhadtolocateemptyofficespaceto48themassivenumberofcontributionswehad49.Oneofmycoworkers,Maggie,madetheroundswithmeeverydayfromonedepartmenttoanothertopickupthecannedgoodsandother50.Maggiewasoversixtybutpushedourfoodtrolleyaroundwiththe51ofawomanhalfherage.
  Asweweremakingourroundsoneday,Iaskedherwhereshegotalltheenergyandenthusiasm.“Annie,”shesaid,“withtheunemploymentratetouching10percent,Ican’tthinkofabetterwaytobe52forkeepingourjobswhensomanyhave53theirs.Suremoneyis54.Butwhenisn’tit?Peopleneedfood.”
  AsIlistenedtoMaggie,themilkman’swords55inmyears,“Kidsneedmilk.”
  36.A.adviceB.helpC.pityD.medicine
  37.A.responseB.commentC.explanationD.complaint
  38.A.sitB.stayC.beginD.work
  39.A.growingB.fadingC.recoveringD.booming
  40.A.driveB.attemptC.refuseD.struggle
  41.A.spareB.drinkC.deliverD.sell
  42.A.keysB.kidsC.centsD.empties
  43.A.returnedB.continuedC.stoppedD.delayed
  44.A.forB.toC.withD.from
  45.A.kindnessB.happinessC.patienceD.politeness
  46.A.designedB.noticedC.markedD.posted
  47.A.BargainsB.DemandsC.DonationsD.Purchases
  48.A.checkB.storeC.separateD.clear
  49.A.collectedB.boughtC.foundD.selected
  50.A.clothesB.booksC.foodsD.gifts
  51.A.satisfactionB.qualityC.energyD.motivation
  52.A.luckyB.proudC.delightedD.grateful
  53.A.lostB.deservedC.abandonedD.wanted
  54.A.availableB.tightC.enoughD.powerful
  55.A.rangB.disappearedC.hidD.fell
  第三部分: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
  56.WhyisQuebectheideallocationforlearningandpracticingFrench?
  A.ItofferssummerFrenchprograms.
  B.ItistheonlymajorcityinCanada.
  C.IthasaSummerFrenchLanguageSchool.
  D.Ithasa100%French-speakingenvironment.
  57.Ifaboyis18andlovescomputerscience,whichsummercampsuitshimbest?
  A.LMFL.B.FLC.C.EI.D.RC.
  58.Itcanbelearnedfromthepassagethat_____.
  A.RChelpskidsimprovetheirhorse-ridingskills
  B.kidscanenjoyone-to-onetrainingatLMFL
  C.kidscanstayatFrenchhostfamiliesatEI
  D.FLCwasfoundedin1997inFrance
  B
  Dearchild,
  Takeaseat.Daddyhassomethingtosharewithyou.Iwouldlikeustohaveaheart-to-heart—eventhough,overtheyears,youhaveslowlybrokenmine.Ohshutup;yousohave!Ifyougooutandaskanymotherorfatheroutthere,Iguaranteethey’llsaythesamething:Allchildrenbreaktheirparents’hearts.It’sjustwhatchildrendo.Infact,it’swhatDaddy’sownmothercontinuestoremindhimstill,tothisveryday,everytimetheyspeakonthephone.
  Inyourbabyyears,youvomited(呕吐),poopedandpeedalloverme.Inyourteenyears,youcamehomefrompartiesandvomitedredwineallovermyalready-dirtycarpets.TherewasatimeyouexperimentedwithdrugsandallthosethingsIhate.Wheredoestheheartbreakend?
  Still,Iwantyoutoknowyouareloved,becausevariousparentingmagazinesinsistthat’smyresponsibility:tomakeyoufeelspecialandvaluedandsoon.AndofcourseDaddylovesyou!Don’tyousee?AndDaddyvaluesyou.Verymuchso.Howcouldhenotvalueyou,whenyou,asatest-tubebaby,costsomuchtocomeintothisworld?
  Nowyou’reoldenoughtohearthetruthaboutparenting.Andit’sthis:allkidsannoytheirparents.Likeyou,Istartedoffadorable.ThenIwentthroughmyweird-body-shape-and-acneyears,lostallmycuteness,developedanattitudeandneveroncedidIapologizetomyparentsforstealingthebestyearsoftheirlives.
  Whenyoubecomeaparentyourself,herearesomeparentingskillsyoumightwanttotrythathavebeenpasseddownfromcountlessgenerationsofangryAsiansbeforeme.Passiveaggressionisalwayswelcome.Regularscream“IWISHYOUHADNEVERBEENBORN”willhelpkeepyourownkid’sself-respectincheck.Butwhateverhappens,ensureyouearnenoughmoneyinyouradultlife.Thengiveittome,soIcangoonexpensiveinternationaltours.IfyoudothisIpromiseI’llstopcomplainingandleaveyoualone,becausewebothknowthat’swhatwereallywant.
  Loveyoulots,Cutie-Pie.
  Daddy
  59.Theletterisprobablywrittento_____.
  A.ayoungadultB.alittlebabyC.aparentD.agrandparent
  60.TheletterdiscussesallthetopicsEXCEPT_____.
  A.babyhoodB.teenageproblemsC.parentingD.death
  61.Accordingtotheletter,theauthor_____.
  A.usedtotakedrugsB.regretsgettingmarried
  C.brokehisparents’heartsD.wasbornasatest-tubebaby
  62.Whydoestheauthorwritetheletter?
  A.Toaskhischildtoearnmoremoney.
  B.Toencouragehischildtobeindependent.
  C.Tocommunicatetohischildloveandhope.
  D.Tostophischildfrombeingatroublemaker.
  C
  Thefightisontogetridofairpollutioninourcities.Whilethebestsolutioninthelong-termwouldbetobanfossil-fueledcars,thatwon’thelpthemillionswhoaredyinginthemeantime,andsosomehigh-techsolutionsarenowonthecards.
  InMarch2016,10Londonpigeonsbecamefamous.ThesepigeonstooktotheskyfromPrimroseHillinnorthLondon,wearingbackpacksmonitoringairpollution.Onceintheair,thebackpackssentliveair-qualityupdatestothesmartphonesoftheLondonersbelow.
  Thepigeonsandtheirbackpackswerejustthelatestinaseriesofincreasinglydesperateattemptstomonitorandcontrolairpollution.London’sairpollutionproblemhasbeengettingworseforyears,anditoftenrisestomorethanthreetimestheEuropeanUnion’slegallimit.
  AnotherpromisingapproachcanbefoundinBeijing,afterChinadeclareda“waragainstpollution”in2014.Aseven-metre-high“SmogFreeTower”,designedbyaDutchscientist,DaanRoosegaarde,openedinBeijing’s751DParkinSeptember2016.
  Itisahuge,outdoorairpurifier.Airborneparticles(颗粒)aresuckedintothetowerwheretheyreceiveapositivecharge.Theparticlesarethencaughtbyanegativelychargeddust-removalplateandcleanairisblownoutoftheotherend.“Changingsmogparticlesdoesnottakemuchcurrent.”Roosegaardesaid.
  AsforwhattodowiththecollectedPMwaste,hehascurrentlysetupabusinessmakingjewelleryoutofthewaste.PrinceCharlesownsasetof“smogfree”cufflinks(袖扣).Ifcollectedonatabigscale,Roosegaardebelievesitcouldevenbeusedasabuildingmaterial.
  MexicoCityhasanalternativesolution.LookingtoNaturetomaximizethesurfaceareaofabuilding,AllisonDring,aBerlin-basedarchitect,managedtocatchlightandwindfromallsides.Sheisnowmakingabuildingmaterialbyburningagriculturalcropby-productsintheabsenceofoxygen.“Itmeansthatyouareactuallytakingcarbon(碳)outofthesky,transformingitintoamaterial,andthenusingittobuild,”saysDring.
  Thefightagainstoutdoorairpollutionisreallyjuststarting.Evenifnoneoftheideastakeoff,atleastPrinceCharles’cufflinks,thespecialbuildingsurfaceandpigeonswearingback-packswillhavebroughttheissuemoretothepublic’sattention.
  63.The10pigeonsinLondonwereusedto_____.
  A.monitorairpollutionB.warnLondoners
  C.updateweatherforecastD.promotebackpacks
  64.WhatcanwelearnabouttheSmogFreeTower?
  A.Itspowerconsumptionishigh.
  B.PMwastefromitcanbereused.
  C.Itisbuiltofagriculturalby-products.
  D.Itcanattractlightandwindfromallsides.
  65.What’sthebesttitleforthepassage?
  A.Whencanhumansgetridofsmog?
  B.Whyistechnologyusedtofightsmog?
  C.Howaretheworld’scitiesfightingsmog?
  D.Whatmakessmogaworldwideproblem?
  66.Whichofthefollowingshowsthestructureofthepassage?
  A.B.
  C.D
  I:IntroductionP:PointSp:Sub-point(次要点)C:Conclusion
  D
  InJune2014,HuffingtonPostandMailOnlinereportedthatthree-year-oldVictoriaWilcher,whohadsufferedfacialscarring,hadbeenkickedoutofaKFCbecauseshewasfrighteningcustomers.Later,KFCannouncedthatnoevidencehadbeenfoundtosupportthestory.Thisphenomenonislargelyaproductoftheincreasingpressureinnewsroomsthatcaremoreabouttrafficfigures.
  BrookeBinkowski,aneditor,saysthat,duringhercareer,shehasseenashifttowardslesseditorialoversightinnewsrooms.“Clickbaitisking,sonewsroomswilluncriticallyprintsomethingunreal.Notallnewsroomsarelikethis,butalotofthemare.”
  Askedwhatthedrivingfactorwas,ajournalistsaid,“You’veaneditorbreathingdownyourneckandyouhavetomeetyourtargets.Andtherearesomeyoungjournalistsonthemarketwhoareinexperiencedandwhowillnotdothosechecks.Somuchnewsthatisreportedonlinehappensonline.Thereisnoneedtogetoutandknockonsomeone’sdoor.Youjustsitatyourdeskanddoit.”
  Anotherjournalistsays,“Thereisdefinitelypressuretochurnout(粗制滥造)storiesinordertogetclicks,becausetheyequalmoney.Atmyformeremployerinparticular,thepressurewasonduetothelimitedresources.Thatmadetheenvironmentquitehorribletoworkin.”
  InaFebruary2015reportforDigitalJournalism,CraigSilvermanwrote,“Todaythebarforwhatisworthgivingattentiontoseemstobemuchlower.Withinminutesorhours,abadlysourcedreportcanbechangedintoastorythatisrepeatedbydozensofnewswebsites,resultingintensofthousandsofshares.Onceacertaincriticalmassisreached,repetitionhasapowerfuleffectonbelief.Therumor(传闻)becomestrueforreaderssimplybyvirtueofitsubiquity.”
  And,despitethedirectionthatsomenewsroomsseemtobeheadingin,acriticaleyeisbecomingmore,notlessimportant,accordingtotheNewYorkTimes’publiceditor,MargaretSullivan.“Reportersandeditorshavetobemorecarefulthaneverbefore.It’sextremelyimportanttoquestionandtouseeveryverification(验证)methodavailablebeforepublication.”Yetthoseworkinginnewsroomstalkofdoubtfulstoriesbeingtoleratedbecause,inthewordsofsomesenioreditors,“aclickisaclick,regardlessoftheadvantageofastory”.And,“ifthestorydoesturnouttobefalse,it’ssimplyachanceforanotherbiteatthecherry.”
  Verificationandfact-checkingareregularlyfallingvictimtothepressuretobringinthenumbers,andiftheonlyresultofbeingcaughtoutisanotherchancetobringintheclicks,thatlooksunlikelytochange.
  67.AccordingtoBrookeBinkowski,newsroomsproducefalsenewsbecause_____.
  A.clicksmatteralotB.resourcesarelimited
  C.budgetsareinadequateD.journalistslackexperience
  68.WhatdoestheunderlinedsentenceinParagraph5probablymean?
  A.Liescan’tsellwithoutanatomoftruth.
  B.Rumorsarelikeaflameblownbythewind.
  C.Youcanhearrumors,butyoucan’tknowthem.
  D.Alie,repeatedoftenenough,willendupastruth.
  69.What’sMargaretSullivan’sattitudetowardsfalsenewsonline?
  A.Negative.B.Supportive.C.Sceptical.D.Neutral.
  70.Whatisthepassagemainlyabout?
  A.Consequencesoffalsestories.B.Causesofonlinefalsenews.
  C.Incompetenceofjournalists.D.Acrazetogetclicks.
  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。
  StopNegativeTalk
  “I’msofat,”oneofyourfriendssays.Thegirlnexttoherjoinsin,“Well,Ihatemyhairtoday.”Withoutthinking,yourespond:“No,youarenotfat!Iamfat.Andmyhairisflatandboring.”71
  Itiseasyforpeopletoengageinself-criticalconversations,andonceitstartsthereisoftenpressureforyoutojoinin.72Maybeitisbecause“justtalking”feelsharmless.Butbeforeyouknowit,thoseopinionsflowoutofyourconversationsandintoyourlife,wheretheystarteatingawayatyourself-respect.
  73Whenyoustarttalkingaboutyourselfinanegativeway,youarenotonlyaffectingyourself-respect,butyourfriends’!Whenyoucriticizeyourself,yourfriendsmightthinkyouhavethesamestandardsforthem.Youhaveheardthatitisimportanttotreatothersthewayyouwanttobetreated,butthereisalsovalueintreatingyourselflikeyoutreatyourfriends.
  Ifyouwouldn’tcriticizeyourfriendforthesamething,chancesarethatyouarebeingtoohardonyourself.So,don’tstartit.
  Butwhatifsomeoneelsestarts?Forexample,yourfriendfeelsinsecureabouthowwellheplayedinhissoccergame,soheputshimselfdown:“Isuckatsoccer.”74Askhim,“Doyoureallythinkthat?Why?”Maybeheisactuallyupsetaboutacommentsomeonemade,orisjustgettingdownonhimselfoveronebadplay.Whateveritis,talkingthroughtherealissuewillhelphimmorethanslippingintoanothernegativetalk.
  Itisimportanttotalktoyourfriendaboutyourinsecurities,butmakesureyouarenottalkingaboutthemjusttoputyourselfdown.75Insteadofjustfocusingonthenegative,talkaboutwhatmakesyouandyourfriendsbeautifulandunique—includingwhatyouloveaboutyourbodyandwhatyouhaveaccomplished.Whenyoushowyourselflove,yousetyourselfasanexample,andeveryonebenefitsfromyoupositively.
  A.Negativetalkaffectsself-respect.
  B.Criticizingyourselfhelpsnobody.
  C.Butwhydowehesitatetopraiseourselves?
  D.Butwhyisitacceptabletotalksonegatively?
  E.Allittakesisjustonecommentandthenegativetalkstarts.
  F.Itisbettertoresistnegativeconversationsandcreatemorebalancedones.
  G.Beforeeveryoneputshimselfdown,seeifyoucangettotherootoftheproblem.
  第四部分: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。你的英国朋友Jim在给你的邮件中提到他想看一个关于中国文化方面的展览,并请你推荐。请给他回信,内容包括:
  1.介绍展览的相关内容(例如:时间、地点、主题等);
  2.说明你推荐该展览的原因;
  3.询问对方的意向。
  注意:1.词数不少于50;
  2.开头和结尾已给出,不计入总词数。
  DearJim,
  Yours,
  LiHua
  (请务必将作文写在答题卡指定区域内)
  第二节(20分)
  假设你是红星中学高三学生李华。上周爷爷过生日,请根据以下四幅图的先后顺序,写一篇周记。记述你自制相册作为礼物并送出的过程。
  注意:词数不少于60。
  (请务必将情景作文写在答题卡指定区域内)

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