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团陂高中高三五月份英语模拟测试卷
5|月 26 日 本试卷共 12 页,全卷满分 150 分,考试用时 120 分钟。 注意事项: 1.答卷前,考生务将自己的姓名、准考证号填写在试题卷和答题卡上,并将准考证号 条形码粘贴在答题卡上的指定位置。 用统一提供的 2B 铅笔将答题卡上试卷类型 A 后的方框 涂黑。 2.选择题的作答:每小题选出答案后,用统一提供的 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,再选涂其它答案标号。答在试题卷、草稿纸上 无效。 3.完成句子和短文写作题的作答:用统一提供的签字笔将答案直接答在答题卡上对 应的答题区域内。答在试题卷、草稿纸上无效。 4.考生必须保持答题卡的整洁。考试结束后,请将答题卡上交。

第一部分:听力 (共两节,满分 30 分,每小题 1.5 分。)
做题时,先将答案划在试卷上。录音内容结束后,你将有两分钟的时间将试卷上的答案 转涂到答题卡上。 第一节(共 5 小题;每小题 1.5 分,满分 7.5) 听下面 5 段对话。每段对话后有一个小题,从题中所给的 A、B、C 三个选项中选出最 佳选项,并标在试卷的相应位置。听完每段对话后,你都有 10 秒钟的时间来回答有关小题 和阅读下一小题。每段对话仅读一遍。 例:How much is the shirt? A. ?19.15. 答案:B 1. Who got injured? A. Brown. A. He apologized to her. A. Satisfactory. A. Tonight. A. $ 26. B. George. B. He was angry with her. B. Disappointing. B. Tomorrow. B. $ 45. C. Jimmy. C. He asked her for help. C. Great. C. On Thursday. C. $ 60. 2. How did the man respond to the woman? 3. What does the woman think of her grades? 4. When will they go to see the new movie? 5. How much will the man pay for the tickets? 第二节 (共 15 小题;每小题 1.5 分,满分 22.5 分) 听下面 5 段对话或独白。每段对话或独白后有几个小题,从题中所给的 A、B、C 三个 选项中选出最佳选项,并标在试卷的相应位置。听每段对话或独白前,你将有时间阅读各个 小题,每小题 5 秒钟;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。 听下面一段对话,回答第 6 和第 7 两个小题。 B. ?9.15. C. ?9.18.

6. What are the speakers talking about? A. How to lose weight. B. How to fight stress. C. How to change a diet. 7. What does the woman often eat? A. Hamburgers and French fries. B. Lemon and chocolates. C. Apples and grapes. 听下面一段对话,回答第 8 和第 9 两个小题。 8. Where are the two speakers probably? A. In the bathroom B. In the bedroom C. In the living room. 9.What can we learn about the woman? A. She doesn’t have jog shoes. B. She keeps fit by jogging. C. She doesn’t want to jog. 听下面一段对话,回答第 10 至第 12 三个小题。 10. What does the woman tell Bobby to do? A. Set the table . B. Turn on the TV. C. Prepare the dinner 11.How does Bobby feel about his father? A. Understanding. B.Thankful. C.Upset 12. What does Bobby’s father do? A. He works in a plane. B. He works as a salesman. C.He works on the road. 听下面一段对话,回答第 13 至第 16 四个小题。 13.How many times has Catherine’s group won second place? A. Twice. B.Three times C. Four times . 14. What did Bob do last weekend? A.He did schoolwork at home. B. He went to the beach alone. C. He studied in the school. 15. Why does’t Catherine regret not going to enjoy the beach? A. Her group won second in the competition. B .Bob was’t able to go with her. C. The sea water is still cold. 16. What’s the most probable relationship between the two speakers? A. Colleagues. B. Schoolmates. C. Strangers. 听下面一段独白,回答第 17 至第 20 四个小题。 17.Where is the speaker giving the talk? A. On the hill. B.In the forest. C. Beside a lake . 18. What is the main purpose of the talk? A. To introduce some plants and animals. B. To persuade the listeners to go on a tour . C. To make the listeners familiar with the area. 19. What can the listeners do at Summit Lake? A. .Rest and photos B. Go boating or swimming. C. Cook lunch over a campfire. 20. What would be part of the trip? A .Climbing up rocks. B Fishing in a stream. C. Walking through a field.

第三部分:阅读理解 (共 20 小题;每小题 2 分,满分 40 分)
阅读下面短文,从短文后各题所给的四个选项(A、B、C 和 D)中,选出最佳选项, 并在答题卡上将该项涂黑。 A What historical site impresses you the most? I've always been fascinated by the pyramids in Egypt. A few years ago I braved a long queue and climbed through a narrow passage to reach the main chamber deep inside one of them. Like millions of other tourists I was amazed at stoned-walled rooms full of the magic of this ancient civilization. But popularity might be the collapse (崩溃) of such archaeological treasures. Take Tutankhamen's tomb in the Valley of the Kings, for example. It lay untouched for more than 3,000 years until the British archaeologist Howard Carter uncovered it in 1922. Now more than 1,000 people a day walk through it. But as more and more people visit, the temperature and humidity (湿度) inside the tomb change. As a result, the beautifully decorated plaster (胶泥) is coming away from the rock. In order to preserve its heritage, a replica of the monument is being opened about one km away from the actual burial site. Specialists have recorded every detail of Tutankhamen's tomb and used the data to recreate it. Adam Lowe from the organization behind the project, Factum Arte, says the copy is identical to the original. He believes visitors will want to “become part of the force that protects it rather than a force that is leading to its destruction”, so won't mind seeing a replica. But for historian Tom Holland, a copy is still a copy. He believes that although preservation is important, there is something unique about places like Tutankhamen's tomb. He says it was built “by people who believed in the world of the spirits, the dead and the supernatural. You don't have to believe in a god or gods to feel a place is consecrated and has a particular quality that can't be reproduced.” What about you: would you visit a replica of a monument rather than the original to help preserve it? 51. The author mentions Tutankhamen’s tomb to show . A. its marvelous ancient civilization B. its popularity among tourists C. its inner beautiful decoration D. its damage caused by human activities 52. The underlined word “replica” (in Paragraph 5) means “ ”. A. copy B. tomb C. palace D. door 53. The critics who are against the project hold the view that .

A. visitors will mind it B. it can’t be replaced C. its inner beautiful decoration D. its damage caused by human activities 54. What is the author’s tone towards the project? A. Favorable. B. Doubtful. C. Objective. D. Negative. B The secret of domestic happiness is having two daughters, according to a study. In a finding that will surprise many parents, researchers concluded that two girls are unlikely to fight, will play nicely together, rarely annoy their parents and tend not to wind each other up. Thsy also make little noise, seldom ignore each other and are more likely to confide in their mother or father, scientists claim. But doubling the number of daughters is a recipe for disaster, with parents of four girls the least happy with their domestic set-up. Researchers questioned thousands of mothers and fathers of under-16s to come up with the recipe for a harmonious family life. Those with two girls were most likely to say their children wee easy to reason with, helped around the house and generally got on well with each other. But parents of four girls reported trying to end an average of four fights a day. One in three frequently found it hard to cope, and two-thirds had buy a bigger house or car to accommodate their family. Overall, mothers and fathers with four children of any gender were more likely to find family life a struggle, with mornings, mealtimes and bedtimes the most common source of conflict. And parents of large families more often admitted neglecting one or more of their children on occasion or struggling to share their attention equally. After two girls, the second most appealing combination of children was one child and one boy, with 86 per cent of parents saying their little boy and little girl were genuine friends. Two siblings of the opposite genders rarely argue over toys and are easy to reason with, but suffer from a lack of shared interests as they grow up, the researchers claim. The third most favorable combination was two boys, with parents saying their sons pay each other lots of attention and are close friends—but are less likely to confide in their mum or dad as they grow up. 55. The underlined sentence in Paragraph 2 means “ ”. A. if you have more children, you’ll enjoy a happy life B. 4 daughters are likely to result in an unhappy family C. the numbers of daughters can decide family happiness D. a multi-child family can benefit from delicious meals 56. In a 4-child family, parents are more likely to . A. get equal attention from their children B. see shared interests among their children C. have heavy financial burdens to take on D. enjoy the comfort of a harmonious mealtime 57. What 2 children of the same or opposite genders share is that . A. they often invite trouble for their parents B. they will have complete trust in their parents C. they can have lots of common interests D. they can both develop a real friendship with each other 58. The passage is mainly written to .

A. prove girls are easier to raise than boys B. tell readers about a research finding C. share the sorrow and joys of being parents D. compare the difference between boys and girls C The turning point of my life was my decision to give up a promising career in business to study music. My parents, although sympathetic, disapproved of music as an occupation. This was understandable, I thought, in view of my family background. My grandfather taught music for nearly forty years at Spring Hill College, and it was only the thriftiness (节俭) of my grandmother that kept the wolf at bay. As a consequence, My parents insisted upon college instead of a music school. Before my graduation from Columbia University, the family met with severe financial difficulty and I felt it my duty to leave college and take a job. Thus was I launched upon a business career—which I always think of as the wasted years. Now, I do not for a moment mean to disparage (贬低) business; my whole point is that it was not for me. My one ambition was to save enough money to quit and go to Europe to study music. I used to get up at dawn to practice before I left for "downtown", upsetting my poor mother by having a hasty breakfast at the last minute. Instead of lunching with my business associates, I would seek out some cheap café , order a mean meal and draw my harmony exercise. I continued to make money, and finally, bit by bit, accumulated enough to enable me to go abroad. The family being once more wealthy, and my help no longer necessary. I resigned from my position and feeling like a man released from jail, sailed for Europe. I stayed four years, worked harder than I had ever dreamed of working before and enjoyed every minute of it. "Enjoyed" is too mild a word. I walked on air. I really lived. I was a free man and I was doing what I loved to do and what I was meant to do. If I had stayed in business, I might be a really wealthy man today. But I do not believe I would have made a success of living. I would have given up all those inner satisfaction that money can never buy and that are too often sacrificed when a man's primary goal is financial success. Money is a wonderful thing, but it is possible to pay too high a price on it. 59. Why did the author ’s parents object to his decision to study music? A. His family was not well off. B. He had a good family background. C. His parents were not fond of music. D. He modeled himself after his grandfather. 60. What caused the author to leave college and take a job? A. Expectations of his parents. B. The financial crisis of the family. C. His ambition for a business career. D. His dissatisfaction with the college. 61. It was possible for the author to go to Europe to study music because . A. he kept practicing music B. he was released from prison C. he used to lunch with other businessmen

D. his financial condition was improved 62. What does the author intend to tell us through the story? A. Whatever you do, you must do it well. B. Wherever you go, you can achieve your dreams. C. Whoever you are, you should follow your inner voice. D. However poor you are, you deserve equal treatment. D Like most creatures on earth, humans come equipped with a circadian clock (生物钟), a roughly 24-hour internal timer that keeps our sleep patterns in agreement with our planet, at least until genetics, age and our personal habits get in the way. Even though the average adult needs eight hours of sleep per night, there are “short-sleepers,” who need far less, and morning people, who, research shows, often come from families of other morning people. Then there’s the rest of us who rely on alarm clocks. For those who fantasize about greeting the dawn, there is hope. Sleep experts say that with a little training, well actually, a lot of training, most people can reset their circadian clocks. But it’s not as simple as forcing yourself to go to bed earlier, for you can’t make a wide-awake brain sleep. It requires inducing (诱导) a sort of jet lag without leaving your time zone. And sticking it out until your body clock resets itself. And then not resetting it again. To start, move up your wake-up time by 20 minutes a day. If you regularly rise at 8 a.m., but really want to get moving at 6 a.m., set the alarm for 7:40 on Monday. The next day, set it for 7:20 and so on. Then, after you wake up, don’t stay in bed. Hit yourself with light. In theory, you’ll gradually get sleepy about 20 minutes earlier each night, and you can facilitate the transition by avoiding extra light exposure from computers or televisions as you near bedtime. But recalibrating your inner clock requires more commitment than many people care to give. For some, it’s almost impossible. Very early risers and longtime night owls (猫头鹰) have a hard time ever changing. Night-shift workers also struggle because they don’t get the environmental and social cues that help adjust the circadian clock. Besides computer screens, the biggest trouble for an aspiring person is weekend. Staying up later on Friday or sleeping in on sends the brain an entirely new set of scheduling priorities. By Monday, a 6 a.m. alarm will feel like 4 a.m.. If the old phase was entrained for a long time, the biology has a kind of memory. In other words, it takes self-discipline. 63. According to the passage, a circadian clock usually . A. regulates one’s sleep patterns B. affects one’s personal habits C. determines one’s sleep qualities D. replaces an alarm clock 64. For those who want to get up earlier, . A. there is no possibility B. it takes little effort C. it needs to create a feeling of jet lag D. the best way is to go to bed earlier 65. To form the habit of getting up 2 hours earlier, you’d better . A. get up immediately you wake up

B. avoid light exposure when you wake up C. start by setting your alarm clock for exactly the time D. force yourself to go to bed as early as possible 66. Which of the following factors may affect one’s change of a circadian clock most? A. Light. B. Computer. C. Television. D. Weekend. E For 10 years, I've been teaching animal behavior and conservation biology at the Boulder County Prison in Colorado. The course, mainly dealing with animal science, is one of the most popular in the prison. Prisoners have to earn the right to enroll (注册学习) and they work hard to get in. One reason the course is so popular is that many prisoners find it easier to connect with animals than with people, because animals don’t judge them. Many of the prisoners had lived with dogs, cats and other companion animals who were their best friends. They trust and empathize with animals with animals in ways they don't with humans. Nevertheless, people, they have a misunderstanding of how animals treat one another. The prisoners have often had enough of “nature red in tooth and claw”: many believe that their own “animal behavior” is what got them into trouble in the first place. I teach that though there is competition and aggression in the animal kingdom, there is also a lot of cooperation , empathy (共 鸣) and sympathy. I explain that these behaviors are examples of "wild justice," and this idea makes them rethink what it means to be an animal. Many of the students desire to build healthy relationships, and they find that the class helps them. I use examples of the social behavior of group-living animals such as wolves as a model for developing and maintaining friendships among individuals who must work together for their own good and also for the good of the group. It’s clear that science inspires the students: our exchanges rival those that I’ve had in university classes. It also gives them hope. I know some students have gone back into education after their release while others have gone to work for humane societies or contributed time and money to conservation organizations. One went on to receive a master's degree in nature writing. Science and humane education help the prisoners connect with values that they otherwise would not have done. It opens the door to understanding, trust, cooperation, community and hope. There’s a large untapped population of individuals to whom science could mean a lot, if only they could get exposure to it. The class helps me, too. I get as much out of it as the students and it has made me a better teacher on the outside. 67. Why do many prisoners find it easier to get along with animals? A. Because animals don’t judge them. B. Because animals are their best friends. C. Because animals are more sympathetic. D. Because animals are their good companions. 68. What can be learnt about “animal behavior” according to Paragraph 3? A. It causes much trouble. B. It means blood and cruelty.

C. It leads people to go to prison. D. It includes both bad and good behaviors. 69. The author used wolves as an example to A. explain the cruel side of group-living animals B. provide the prisoners with more knowledge C. help the prisoners understand the importance of cooperation D. inform the prisoners that animals are cleverer than humans 70. What is the passage mainly about? A. Relationship between animals and prisoners. B. Benefits of animal science course in the prison. C. Difficulties in getting in animal science course. D. Development of animal science in the prison. .

第四部分:书面表达 (共两节,满分 50 分)
第一节:完成句子(共 10 小题;每小题 2 分,满分 20 分)
阅读下列各小题,根据汉语提示,用句末括号内的英语单词完成句子,并将答案写在答 题卡上的相应题号后。

例:______was that the young player performed extremely well in the table tennis tournament. (delight) 令球迷欣喜的是那位年轻的球员在乒乓球锦标赛中表现得极为出色。 答案:What delighted the fans/made the fans delighted

71. Over time some of the characters have been simplified to make them (write) 一些汉字逐步被简化,使得写起来更容易。 72. It’s commonly believed that the road accident yesterday heavy fog. (result) 大家普遍认为,昨天的那起道路事故时大雾造成的。 73. The old man leaves a key with his neighbor (lock) 那个老人将一把钥匙留给他的邻居,以防哪天他把自己锁在外面了。 74. Five years have passed, but the housing problem is still far from (settle) . out one day. the

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五年过去了,但是住房问题还远远没有得到解决。 75. to the zoo was the chance to see the panda. (attract) 最吸引她去动物园的是有机会看到大熊猫。 76. Eating habits have been highly valued nowadays, so a growing number of people balanced diet in the past few years. (benefit) 现在饮食习惯被高度重视,所以越来越多的人在过去几年受益于平衡的饮食。 77. But for the help of the policemen, these men car. (get) 要不是警察的帮助,这些人在破坏小汽车后会逃之夭夭。 78. Don’t worry. The drug , no side effect. (take) 别担心,如果按照说明服用,这药不会有任何副作用。 79. “Stop!” he commanded, “One more step backward, pool.” (fall) “停下!”他大声喝令,“再往后退一步,你就会掉进水池里。” 80. In our class there are 52 students, 我们班有 52 个学生,其中一半戴眼镜。 glasses. (wear) the according to the directions, will have damaging the

第二节:短文写作(共 1 小题;满分 30 分) 请根据一下提示,并结合具体事例,用英语写一篇短文。 Action speaks louder than words .Almost all of us get the meaning of the proverb, but what we need is taking action immediately instead of empty talk. 注意: ①无须写标题; ②除诗歌外,文体不限; ③内容必须结合你生活中的具体事例; ④文中不得透露个人姓名和学校名称; ⑤ 词数不少于 120, 引用提示语则不计入总词数。

英语试题答案

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