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南昌市三校联考(南昌一中、南昌十中、南铁一中)高三试卷 英语
审题人:文淑娟 学校:南昌十中 考试时间:120 分钟 试卷总分 150 分 本试卷分第Ⅰ卷(选择题)和第Ⅱ卷(非选择题)两部分。考试用时 120 分钟,满分 150 分。 命题人:易克坚

第Ⅰ卷 (满分 105 分)
第一部分 听力 (共 20 小题;每小题 1.5 分,满分

30 分) 第一节 听下面 5 短对话。每段对话后有一个小题,从题中所给的 A、B、C 三个选项中选出最佳 选项,并标在试卷的相应位置。听完每段对话后,你都有 10 秒钟的时间来回答有关小题和阅 读下一小题。每段对话仅读一遍。 1. Which of the following does the man need? A. A card. B. A video. C. A magazine. 2. What can be learnt from the conversation? A. The pictures are satisfactory. B. The man didn’t take any pictures. C. The woman’s camera is broken. 3. What is the meaning of the woman ? A. The man doesn’t have enough experience. B. It is too late to apply for a job. C. The man has to fill out an application. 4. What does the man want to do? A. He wants to attend a meeting. B. He wants to persuade people to give up smoking. C. He wants to stop people from smoking at the office. 5. What is the number of piano classes that the woman’s daughter will take next week? A. One. B. Two. C. Three. 第二节 听下面 5 段对话或独白。每段对话或独白后有 2 至 4 个小题,从题中所给的 A、B、C 三 个选项中选出最佳选项,并标在试卷的相应位置。听每段对话或独白前,你将有 5 秒钟的时 间阅读各个小题;听完后,各小题将给出 5 秒钟的作答时间。每段对话或独白读两遍。 听第 6 段材料,回答第 6、7 题。 6. How did the woman arrive at the restaurant? A. She drove there by herself. B. The Smiths drove her there. C. Her husband drove her there. 7. What will the woman do next? A. Have a drink at the bar. B. Go to the restroom. C.Sit down at her table 听第 7 段材料,回答第 8、9 题。 8. What was the birthplace of the woman’s grandfather ? A. Rome. B.Venice. C. Milan.

9. What will the woman do next year? A. Study business in Italy. B. Work in the fashion industry. C. Live with an Italian host family. 听第 8 段材料,回答第 10 至 12 题。 10. What is the conversation mainly about? A. Some problems in study. B. Their study plans. 11. Which is right about the man’s English study? A. He thinks it’s interesting. B. He can’t be focused on it. C. He hasn’t studied for the last two days. 12. What does the woman suggest the man do? A. He should give up. B. He should study with her. C. He should change the way he feels about English.

C. Their favorite subjects.

听第 9 段材料,回答第 13 至 16 题。 13. What did the woman do when she first reached Italy? A. She worked for Ferragamo. B. She set up her own company. C. She traveled around the country for six months. 14. How long did the woman work for Ferragamo? A. Four years. B.Five years. C. Six years. 15. Which of the following does the woman like about living in Italy? A. The food. B. The weather. C. The language. 16. What can we learn about the woman? A. She designs clothes now. B. Her field is more competitive now. C. She often goes back to London for short visits. 听第 10 段材料,回答第 17 至 20 题。 17. What is the main idea of this news report? A. How tourists behaved at a resort. B. What the Chinese do for fun in summer. C. How the Chinese beat the heat wave. 18. Why do some people sleep in stores in Shanghai? A. The stores have air conditioning. B. There is a water shortage in their apartments. C. They can sleep on more comfortable beds there. 19. What do some people in Wuhan do? A. Taking baths in the river. B. Eating in the river. C. Playing in the fountains. 20. According to the talk, which of the following has the most creative solution? A. The people in the wave pool. B. The residents of Shanghai.

C. The person who took a nap in his bathtub. 第二部分 英语知识运用(共两节,满分 35 分) 第一节 单项填空(共 10 小题;每小题 0.5 分,满分 5 分) 21. Whenever we are in ______ trouble, we should never lose ______heart. A. a; the B. a; a C. / ; / D. /; the 22. Ms. White is considered a ________ lady by her neighbors, for she often helps the poor old man next door. A. mean B. relative C. selfish D. generous 23. Our smart phone is of good _______. You can count on it wherever you go. A. help B. use C. quality D. quantity 24. I am going to do all I can to _______ the unpleasant impression you have of me. A. reduce B. replace C. promise D. remove 25. Tom is always going to school early. It is ________ for him to be late. A. rare B. common C. usual D. positive 26. Bill broke the window of the building __________; he can’t get away with it. A. on business B. on watch C. on purpose D. on average 27. ---Mr. Adams, thank you so much for your kindness! ---________. I’m glad you benefited from it. A. All the best B. No thanks C. My pleasure D. Very well 28. ----Where did you meet Mr Green? ----It was in the hotel ______ he stayed. A. where B. that C. which D. What 29. The heat in the desert is __________, so there are few wild animals there. A. hot B. huge C. extreme D. Serious 30. The number of the unemployed is ________ owing to the financial crisis. A. on the way B. on the rise C on the decline D. on the go 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,从短文后面各题所给的四个选项(A、 B、C 和 D)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。 I was in a parking lot when a tall,sincere man approached me asking for help with directions. He had a printout of Google maps from the airport to a 31 on the main street, but just couldn't 32 it. He clearly didn't have a phone,so after confirming his written directions,I mapped it on my 33 and showed him exactly where he needed to go. He mentioned that he had 34 going there,but there was no such street number and he couldn't locate his hotel. I 35 it again for him,he thanked me with a big 36 ,shook my hand,and took off. I got into my car and he got into his,and we 37 ways. As I drove to the next store and went in,I found something wasn't sitting right about the 38 —so I googled again and 39 that he was looking for the right 40 but in a city a half hour away! Unfortunately it had been several minutes,and in the peak rush hour time,the 41 of finding him was slim to none. But I decided to give it a 42 and took off in that direction. I had barely 43 what his car looked like,and was just about to 44 .I parked my car and was 45 what else I could do when the man drove right by and 46 over into a nearby parking spot,still 47 about where he was. When I pulled in next to him,he couldn't believe it.“ 48 did you find me?!” he asked. “I'm not sure,but I 49 that you are in the wrong city! ” I showed him the right directions, and after more smiles, laughs and a handshake, we parted ways again. Probably we'll never 50 again,but that makes it all the more sweet. 31. A. store B. bank C. school D. hotel 32. A. find B. reach C. catch D. check 33. A. car B. phone C. computer D. map 34. A. failed B. succeeded C. tried D. stopped

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D. confirmed D. praise D. parted solution D. transportation forgot D. expected message D. condition idea D. courage look D. speed noticed D. cared give up D. put off believing D. concluding pulled D. left excited D. confused Where D. When figured out D. kept off know D. recognize reminded voice

第三部分阅读理解(共 20 题,每题 2 分,满分 40 分) 阅读下列短文,从每题的四个选项 A、 B、 C 和 D 中。选出最佳选项,并在答题卡上将该项 涂黑。 A Her opponent was the defending champion whose childhood dream was to win the French Open. She was the underdog who never saw the tournament on TV as a girl in China and never thought she’d get far on the red clay of the French Open, one of the four tennis Grand Slams ( 大满 贯). But it was Li Na who fell on her back in triumph(胜利) on June 4. Nearly two hours’ hitting gave Li a 2-0 victory over Francesca Schiavone of Italy and made her the only tennis player, man or woman, from Asia to take home a Grand Slam title. Chinese media have been swept along by the praise. An editorial carried by Xinhua News Agency said “Li Na is the best PR (Public Relations) for China,” and called her an “outstanding name card for the country” and a “brilliant diplomat”. It compared Li to Chinese NBA star Yao Ming, noting that both “can speak very fluent English, and both of them have a kind of sense of humor that is appreciated by foreigners”. Success has come late for Li. She once gave up tennis for two years and studied journalism at Wuhan’s Huazhong University of Science and Technology. But in 2004, she returned and continues to play the best tennis she could. “Dream comes true,” Li said after the match. “I am so happy that my efforts have paid off.” Li has often been seen as a rebel(叛逆者), or at least a representative of a new generation. She has a tattoo(纹身), has dyed her hair many different colors and has even been known to yell at her husband in public. “The plain-speaking, tattooed, individualist has the ability to transcend the sport and become a global star”, the BBC news reported. No matter how important the French Open championship is, Li is not resting on her laurels(桂 冠) — she’s already thinking about winning a second major title. “When you have the first one, naturally you will think about the second one. Now I have more confidence playing on other surfaces,” Li told China Daily, as she prepares for the Wimbledon Championship, which will start on June 20. 51. Which year did Li Na begin to study journalism? A. In 2002. B. In 2004. C. In 2006. D. In 2000. 52. It can be inferred from the passage that ______. A. Li Na’s childhood dream was to win the French Open B. compared to Yao Ming, Li Na speak more fluent English C.Francesca Schiavone was given a 2-0 failure in the Open championship after nearly two hours’

hitting D. the BBC reported that she has a tattoo, has dyed her hair and yelled at her husband in public 53. According to the passage, we can know that ______. A. after the Open championship, Li Na would become normal but not a rebel B. Li Na is full of confidence to get a second major title C. Li Na can stand for China and become a brilliant diplomat D. Li Na would pay more attention to her own personality and wouldn’t yell at her husband 54. What is the closest meaning of the underlined word ‘transcend ’? A. beat B. win C. go beyond D. carry out 55. What is the best title of the article? A. Praise to Li Na from Chinese media B. Li Na, a rising tennis queen C. A wonderful tennis match D. Li Na’s road to success B I used to think of myself as a person learned in books, but my bookshelves told a different story. Apart from a few Indian novels and an Australian book, my literature collection only consisted of British and American titles. Worse still, I couldn’t ever found anything in translation. My reading was limited to stories by English-speaking authors. So, at the start of 2012, I set myself the challenge of trying to read a book from every country in a year to find out what I was missing. With no idea where to get those books, I was unlikely to find publications from nearly 200 nations on the shelves of my local bookshop, so I decided to ask the readers all over the world for help. I created a blog called A Year of Reading the World and put out an appeal for suggestions of titles that I could read in English. The response was amazing. People all over the world were getting in touch with me, offering ideas and book lists. Some posted me books from their home countries. In addition, several writers, like Turkmenistan’s Ak Welsapar and Panama’s Juan David Morgan, sent me unpublished translations of their novels, giving me a rare opportunity to read works unavailable in Britain. Even with such an extraordinary team of bibliophiles(爱书者) behind me, however, sourcing books was no easy task. With translations making up only around 4.5 per cent of literary works published in the UK, getting English versions of stories was tricky. One by one, the books from the countries on the list filled my heart with laughter, love, anger, hope and fear. Lands that had once seemed exotic and remote became close and familiar to me. At its best, I learned, reading makes the world real. 56. The author realized she was not a learned person when she found ________. A. she could do nothing but read books B. she had never been to Indian and Australian C. she didn’t have any translated books. D. she could only read simple English stories 57. What was the challenge the author set for herself? A. Reading books from nearly 200 countries in a year. B. Creating a blog to offer help to other readers. C. Looking for publications to publish her own books. D. Giving some suggestions on learning English. 58. Which of the following is NOT the help from people around the world? A. Offering book names. B. Giving financial supports C. posting local books D. Sending unpublished translations 59. It was not easy to find the books mainly because ________. A.there were too few translations in the UK B. the readers were unwilling to offer help C. the author had no time and no chance to do it D. the writers didn’t want to publish their books 60. We can infer that by reading the books from other countries, the author feels ________.

A. bored and regretful B. thankful and pitiful C. calm and peaceful D. satisfied and rewarded C The intelligence times provide us much convenience,but at the same time,some of our abilities are being weakened gradually. 1. Memorizing phone numbers It was annoying to remember numbers. Now we simply add them to our contacts list. That usually works well unless our device is lost,stolen,or damaged. No one can be expected to remember all their contact numbers. What we can do is to memorize 5 of our most important contact numbers. This should include a mixture of family,friends and business. If you're really ambitious you can memorize 5 contacts for each category. 2. Map-reading skills The convenience and effectiveness of GPS guidance systems and digital maps generated by search engines is unquestionable. They've definitely made our lives easier. What we don't get from using these devices and applications is the increased ability to understand spatial orientation(空间 方向)and navigation. To renew or acquire those skills,try using physical maps to plan your next trip. After a few trips,you'll be pleasantly surprised with how useful a physical map can be. 3. Photography Even amateur photography requires a basic learning about lighting,depth,and composition. This is true for digital photography. Most smart cameras automatically make these adjustments. We no longer have to learn the art of photography. On most devices,this is easily changed by turning off the automatic settings. Experiment with setting by hand the scene modes,lighting,and zoom. You just may learn that you're a “true photographer”. 4. Reading comprehension The primary cause is E-reader. They're convenient and can store thousands of books. But there's evidence that E-reader makes it more difficult for readers to keep and recall information they just read. Don't worry! What we should do is make an effort to read printed books. This will be especially helpful when seeking information we need for academic or career purposes. 5.Hand-written correspondence(通信) Writing letters and notes include hand writing skills,organizational skills,and learning about the person or persons you correspond with. This is another easily regained skill. Send a letter to an old friend,relative or acquaintance. 61. What's the disadvantage by adding all numbers to the contacts list? A. We might lose all our phone numbers accidentally. B. It's hard to find the number from the contacts list. C. We may only have the ability to remember 5 numbers. D. Our device is more easily damaged or stolen. 62. To acquire the skills of spatial orientation and navigation,it's necessary for one to ______. A. use the GPS guidance systems B. accept the convenience of digital maps C. use physical maps instead of digital ones D. plan some trips now and then 63. To make yourself a “true photographer”,you ______. A. must make it clear how the digital camera works itself B. have to make your camera do the adjustments automatically C. had better try to set the scene modes,lighting,and zoom by hand D. don't need to learn the art of photography 64 .E-readers are thought to weaken our reading comprehension because ______. A. they make it more difficult for us to recall information B. they are convenient and can store thousands of books

C. less people can afford to buy E-readers D. people are not fond of reading printed books nowadays 65. The author of the text seems to ______. A. point out to us the abilities one should have for adapting to the modem society B. be worried that we might lose some basic abilities in intelligence society C. be glad that people will regain these abilities by using them often in daily life D. find out that these abilities will probably make modern people different from before D Findings from a new study were presented at a recent meeting of the American Psychosomatic(身心的) Society. Researchers in the United States studied 100,000 women during an eight-year period, beginning in 1994. All of the women were fifty or older. The study was part of the Women’s Health Initiative organized by the National Institutes of Health. The women were asked questions measuring their beliefs or ideas about the future. The researchers attempted to identify each woman’s personality eight years after gathering the information. The study found that hopeful individuals were 14% less likely than other women to have died from any cause. The hopeful women were also 30% less likely to have died from heart disease after the eight years, Hilary Tindle from the University of Pittsburgh in Pennsylvania was the lead author of the report. She said the study confirmed earlier research that linked optimistic feelings to longer life. The researchers also gathered information about people’s education, financial earnings, physical activity and use of alcohol or cigarettes. Independent of those things, the findings still showed that optimists had less of a chance of dying during the eight-year period. Some women who answered the questions were found to be hostile(敌意的), or highly untrusting of others. These women were 16% more likely to die than the others. They also were 23% more likely to die of cancer. The study also found women who were not optimistic were more likely to smoke and have high blood pressure or diabetes. They were also more likely not to exercise. Tindle says the study did not confirm whether optimism leads to healthier choices, or if it actually affects a person’s physical health. She also says the study does not prove that negative(消 极的) emotions or distrust lead to bad health effects and shorter life. Yet there does appear to be a link that calls for more research. 66. What’s Hilary Tindle’s opinion of the study? A. Necessary. B. Useless. C. Unfair. D. Reliable. 67. What can be inferred from the passage? A. Negative emotions cause a shorter life indeed. B. There may be some link between personality and health. C. It’s uncertain whether optimism affects one’s health. D. The more optimistic you are, the longer life you may enjoy. 68. Researchers carry out the study to ______. A. decide who is more likely to enjoy a happier life B. gather information for the National Institutes of Health C. find out the link between personality and health D. compare each woman’s personality changes 69. Who is more likely to die of cancer according to the passage? A. A woman who doesn’t exercise. B. A woman who always doubts what others say. C. A woman with high blood pressure. D. A woman with poor physical health. 70. In which part of a newspaper can you read the above passage? A. Nation. B. Opinion. C. Science . D. Business

第 II 卷(非选择题 满分 45 分)

第一节:语法填空(共 10 小题,每题 1 分,满分 10 分) Once upon a time, a boy was walking through a large woods (71) __________ he found a big blackboard (72)__________(hang) on an old tree trunk. It came complete with a box of chalk pieces, and bright sparks were flying from the tips of every piece of chalk. The boy took a piece of chalk and started to draw on the blackboard: first a tree, then a rabbit, and then a flower ? Magically, whenever he finished a figure, it came to life and jumped out of the blackboard. Before long, the place became a wonderfully green and fertile forest, full of animals playing happily. (73)__________ (excite), the boy also drew his parents and brothers and sisters enjoying a picnic, with their sandwiches and cold meats. He also drew the paper plates and the empty tins of sardines (沙丁鱼) left on the ground, (74) __________ always happened on their picnics. But when these bits of litter came to life, (75)__________ awful happened: around every paper plate and every empty tin, the forest turned grey, and this grayness started spreading quickly everywhere: to the grass, to the flowers, to the animals ? The boy realized the litter was (76) __________ (blame) for all the grayness, so he ran through the forest with the blackboard rubber in his hand to rub it out wherever it (77) __________ (land). He was quick and lucky, and didn’t leave a single piece of litter. The forest and its animals managed to recover, and they played together for the rest of the day. The boy never again saw that blackboard, but now, every time he goes to the countryside with his family, he (78) __________ remember that adventure and is the first (79) __________ (pick) up any litter. And he is sure to remind the others that anything (80) __________ (leave) in the woods can do more damage to the environment than they ever would have expected. 第二节:阅读表达(共 5 小题;每小题 2 分,满分 10 分) 阅读下面短文并回答问题, 然后将答案写到答题卡相应的位置上 (请注意问题后的词数要求) 。 People who play golf are talking about an idea to make the sport more popular, especially with kids: Make the hole bigger. Some people think golf is too hard. Many years ago it was described as “a game whose aim is to hit a very small ball into an even smaller hole.” So some golf officials figure that if they make the hole 15 inches wide — about the size of an extra-large pizza— players will score better, play faster and have more fun. Some folks even want to allow players to hit do-over shots (after bad ones) or throw the ball out of sand traps. These changes are being suggested because there were about 30 million golfers in 2005, and by 2012, that number had dropped to about 25 million, according to the National Golf Foundation. And the game is not very popular among kids. I have played golf since I was a child, and I think bigger holes would be great, especially for kids and beginning golfers. Think about it: We change the rules in lots of kids’ sports to make the games easier and more fun to play. Why should golf be any different? Many soccer leagues start kids with four-against-four matches on smaller fields without goalkeepers(守门员). This is great, because there is more scoring, and all the players get more touches. A 10-foot basket and a regular basketball are too much for most 7- or 8-year-olds. They can hardly get the ball to the basket. So kids play on an eight-foot basket with a smaller ball. But after a few years of putting the ball into a pizza-size hole, I hope kids would try the adult version of golf. Sports should be about challenging yourself and trying to get better. It’s hard to swim 100 meters or run a mile or learn to handle a puck( 冰球) while skating. But when you do it, you feel proud and ready to take on something even harder. Games that are too easy become boring. In fact, golfers often work on their putting by placing a tee(高尔夫球的球基) or a coin on the practice green. Then they try to hit the tee or coin. After that, the 4.25-inch hole looks as big as an extra-large pizza. 81. Why is golf described as “a game whose aim is to hit a very small ball into an even smaller hole.”?(within 5 words)

_____________________________________________________________________ 82. Who might benefit more if bigger holes are applied in golf?(within 4 words) _____________________________________________________________________ 83. What is the purpose for the author to compare the numbers of golfers in 2005 and 2012?(within 9 words) _____________________________________________________________________ 84. How are lots of kids’ sports made easier and more fun to play? (within 4 words) _____________________________________________________________________ 85. What ought children to learn from playing golf according to the passage?(within 7 words) _____________________________________________________________________

南昌市三校联考(南昌一中、南昌十中、南铁一中)高三答题 卷 英语
语法填空 71. ______________________ 72. ______________________ 73. ______________________ 74. ______________________ 75. ______________________ 76. ______________________ 77. ______________________ 78. ______________________ 79. ______________________ 80. ______________________ 阅读表达 81. __________________________________________________________________________ 82. __________________________________________________________________________ 83. __________________________________________________________________________

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