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湖南省部分重点中学2017届高考考前演练英语

试卷类型:模拟联考 | 适用省份:湖南省 | 试卷年份:2018年 | 上传日期:2018/12/28 | 题数:72
第一部分(选择题)
一、听力

1.

Where does the conversation probably take place?

A.At a supermarket.

B.At a Christmas party.

C.At a railway station.

2.

What does the woman say about the restaurant?

A.She used to like it.

B.Its new chef is great.

C.It stops serving Italian food.

3.

What does the woman suggest the man do?

A.Close the door.

B.Call Mr. Bill.

C.Look at the sign.

4.

What is the man’s regret about his college life?

A.Always being late for classes.

B.Not studying hard enough.

C.Not joining in various activities.

5.

When can the man see Mr. Black tomorrow?

A.At 9:15 am.

B.At 11:00 am.

C.At 12:50.

听材料,回答问题。

6.What did Ramm find?

A.A huge planet.

B.A star symbol.

C.A black hole.

7.Where is the woman from?

A.Scotland.

B.England.

C.New Zealand.

听材料,回答问题。

8.What does the man ask the woman to do?

A.To design an advertisement.

B.To draw some posters.

C.To tell him how to draw.

9.Why do the art students refuse to help the man?

A.They have to enter a competition.

B.They are preparing for exams.

C.They are busy with an exhibition.

听材料,回答问题。

10.Where will the speakers go in the morning?

A.To a park.

B.To an art museum.

C.To a concert.

11.What kind of food may the speakers have for lunch?

A.French food.

B.Chinese food.

C.Indian food.

12.What does the man suggest doing in the afternoon?

A.Doing some shopping.

B.Visiting the zoo.

C.Going to the beach.

听材料,回答问题。

13.How does the man feel about his interview?

A.Worried.

B.Disappointed.

C.Confident.

14.Why does the woman apply to the University of Michigan?

A.Her father wants her to go there.

B.It is her dream university.

C.It’s a great medical school.

15.What does the woman want to be?

A.A doctor.

B.A teacher.

C.A reporter.

16.What is the most probable relationship between the speakers?

A.Workmates.

B.Strangers.

C.Classmates.

听材料,回答问题。

17.What is the destination of the flight?

A.Salem.

B.Seattle.

C.Olympia.

18.Why is the flight slightly delayed?

A.One passenger falls ill.

B.The weather becomes terrible.

C.There is air traffic control.

19.How long does the flight last?

A.3 hours and 4 minutes.

B.3 hours and 14 minutes.

C.3 hours and 40 minutes.

20.What airline does the speaker work for?

A.Northwest Airlines Flight.

B.Northeast Airlines Flight.

C.Southwest Airlines Flight.

二、阅读理解

  WELCOME TO THE RONALD REAGAN

  PRESIDENTIAL LIBRARY AND MUSEUM

Visit the limited-time "Interactive! The Exhibition" at the Ronald Reagan Presidential Library and Museum and save more than 30% on museum admission tickets with an audio tour.

WHEN

Through Feb. 28, 2017

WHAT’S INCLUDED

 $19 (reg. $28) ... Admission for one person to the Ronald Reagan Presidential Library and Museum, including "Interactive! The Exhibition" with an audio tour. Please note: the virtual reality(虚拟现实) experience will be an additional cost and participants must be 10 years old or above.

WHY WE LOVE IT

•The exhibition is a hands-on experience focusing on movies, TV, music and the arts

•Experience virtual reality, 1980s video games, robots, 3D printing

•Climb aboard Air Force One, view the expensive comfortable presidential car and a Marine One helicopter

•Explore Reagan’s legacy(遗产): Step into an Oval Office copy and see a piece of the Berlin Wall

•The audio tour has more than 50 stops and original material not copied in the exhibits

WHAT YOU NEED TO KNOW

This is a season-specific event.All sales are final. No refunds(退款) or exchanges. Not valid after the expiration date. Valid any regular museum operating day through Feb. 28, 2017. Museum hours are 10 a.m.-5 p.m., seven days a week. Valid for one person. Cannot combine with other offers. Must use in one visit. Tickets include admission to "Interactive! The Exhibition" and the entire museum’s galleries and grounds.

21.What can visitors do while visiting the library and museum?

A.Fly on Air Force One.

B.Experience virtual reality for free.

C.Approach technology of different times.

D.Learn about the president’s daily routine.

22.What does the author say about the admission ticket?

A.It can be enjoyed with other offers.

B.It allows limitless visits to the museum.

C.It isn’t accessible to children.

D.It cannot be changed once sold.

23.What type of writing is this passage?

A.A notice.

B.An official report.

C.An advertisement.

D.A tour review.

  There is always no lack of ordinary people taking action for extraordinary change. Aghan Oscar is just among them. Thirteen years ago, Aghan, bothered by the ever-increasing quantity of plastic waste in this low-income suburb of Nairobi, decided to find a way to recycle it.

Now his company, Continental Renewable Energy Co.Ltd(COREC), produces poles for use in construction, farming and road signs. So far he’s sold 96,000, and he says his potential for growth is limited only by the considerable expense of setting up plastic recycling plants.

Most of Aghan’s customers are farmers and developers who once used wooden fence poles. Customers say they have other benefits as well. "I have fenced my piece of land three times using wood posts, but most of the time the fence was vandalized(故意破坏) by villagers who used the posts as firewood," said Caleb Kapten. Now plastic posts have stopped the problem, he said.

The Kenya National Highways Authority is one of COREC’s biggest customers. It approached the company after road signs were vandalized by criminals who sold the metal poles to steel manufacturing companies. Aghan reckons (估计)that COREC’s products have saved the government millions of shillings, besides preventing road accidents. And he also points out that COREC has been able to conserve large numbers of trees by producing plastic poles.

When Aghan started this recycling business in 2003, most of his employees were his family members due to financial constraints(限制). Now he employs 250 young people to collect plastic waste. Fifty more youths work on the production line, where the waste is sorted according to quality before being crushed and washed, melted and cast into different shapes. The poles are then arranged by shape and size for sale in the yard of the recycling plant.

24.What’s the biggest challenge of Aghan’s future career?

A.The poor technology in recycling.

B.The high cost of building factories.

C.The increasing piles of plastic waste.

D.The limited policy support in recycling.

25.How was Caleb Kapten’s problem finally solved?

A.He gave up fencing his land.

B.He guarded the land more carefully.

C.He replaced the wood posts with plastic ones.

D.He got some donated metal posts.

26.What does the last paragraph suggest?

A.Great difficulty facing Aghan.

B.Strict standards of plastic poles.

C.Various ways of making plastic poles.

D.The complex process of recycling plastic waste.

27.Which best shows the structure of the text?

A.

B.

C.

D.

  I’m sometimes told, "You have to make your own luck. If you don’t try something, how can you succeed?" This is very true for competitions.

There are people who regularly take part in all sorts of competitions with great enthusiasm. These people are nicknamed compers. The motivation for being a comper is obvious: it’s about being a winner and being rewarded with a prize. These prizes can be small or large: from a box of chocolates to a new car, a trip of a lifetime around the world, or even a new house. Isn’t that worth competing for?
Of course competitions that offer money prizes attract entry from millions of people, making the odds of winning very unlikely. But one man who has been lucky is a retired lecturer from the UK called Martin Dove. He is a serial comper and has managed to bag prizes such as a yacht and a racehorse.

Martin says: "I’ve been a comper for 40 years. It’s like admitting some addiction, isn’t it?" He gets respect from other compers and also admits, "Some people have called me the Master of Comping, the King of Comping, the Guru of Comping. But it’s just a word, just a phrase. It’s just because I frequently appeared in the media."

For many, winning remains a dream, but they continue to try their luck as there’s always a small chance that they might succeed. But what if you do win? Then you have to ask: how am I going to spend all that money? Some people say that "money can’t buy you happiness". What do you think?

28.What does the author mean by "This is very true for competitions"?

A.Competitions bring people luck.

B.One must be in a competition to win it.

C.Trying gets people to succeed.

D.People naturally compete with each other.

29.Who are compers?

A.Those always standing out in competitions.

B.Those addicted to entering competitions.

C.Those often entering competitions for prizes.

D.Those competing for others’ recognition.

30.What does the underlined word "odds" probably mean?

A.Possibility.

B.Investment.

C.Importance.

D.Advantage.

31.What do Martin’s words suggest?

A.Any job can offer opportunities.

B.He has attracted considerable attention.

C.Persistence is the key to his success.

D.He has set a good example to others.

  It’s well known to car drivers that red means "stop", green means "go", and yellow means "hurry up and make that damn light". Why those colors, though? The answer lies in the fact that the earliest traffic signals were designed for trains, not cars. They were red and green, gas-powered, and more than a little dangerous in the event of a leak.

Red is an inherited(继承的) symbol from railroads, which symbolizes danger in many cultures. As red has a longer wavelength than any other color on the visible spectrum (光谱), it can be seen from a greater distance than other colors. Red has meant "stop" since long before cars existed, with train signals’ use of red dating back to the days when mechanical arms lifted and lowered to indicate whether the rail ahead was clear.

Green’s wavelength is next to (and shorter than) yellow’s on the visible spectrum, meaning it’s still easier to see than any color other than red and yellow. Back in the early days of railway lights, green meant "caution", while the "all-clear" light was, well, clear or white. It is said that several disastrous collisions happened after an engineer mistook stars in the night for an all-clear. Thus, green became "go", and for a long time, railways used only green and red to signal trains.

From the earliest days of motoring up until the mid-1900s, not all stop signs were red — many were yellow, because at night it was all but impossible to see a red stop sign in a poorly lit area. In 1915 the yellow stop-sign craze began in Detroit, a city that five years later installed its first electric traffic signal, which happened to include the very first yellow traffic light.

But what of those mysterious yellow stop signs? As materials and technologies evolved, the ability to produce highly reflective signs meant that red could resume its natural spot in the sign hierarchy, leaving the still-highly-visible yellow to the domain (领域) of "caution". That’s why school zones and buses, crosswalks, and other important warnings are yellow today.

32.What were traffic lights originally intended for?

A.Trains.

B.Cars.

C.Planes.

D.Ships.

33.What’s the main reason for red’s long being used to mean "stop"?

A.It can be seen even in dark areas.

B.It represents danger in many cultures.

C.It has the longest wavelength.

D.People prefer red to other colors.

34.Which of the following may the author agree with?

A.The meaning of red is culture-specific.

B.Yellow functioned as stop signs in the 1900s.

C.Green’s wavelength is just second to that of red.

D.Green’s role in lights has changed over time.

35.What does the passage mainly talk about?

A.The significance of road traffic signs.

B.The history of railroad transportation.

C.The symbolic meaning of different colors.

D.The origin and development of traffic lights.

三、七选五

How to Welcome Change in Your Life

Do you embrace(欣然接受) the road you are now on or resist and avoid change at all costs when a recent event has shaken you greatly? Here are things you can do in the midst of uncertainty to choose differently to change the track of your life.

Don’t react.

What do we do when we don’t know what to do? First, stop, take a deep breath and don’t do anything.   36 It is having faith and trusting what you do know in the unknown. 

Reflect on the past.

Another activity is to recall times in your life when you were faced with an unknown. Then, think about how you handled the situation.  37 Use your past experiences to bring you strength, and to remind you what you are capable of. 

Make conscious decisions.

  38 However, more possibilities open up when we are at peace. Go over your list of what ifs and make a more balanced list of the best and worst situations possible. Then talk to loved ones about what you would do in each situation and the choices you do have. 

  39  

We often see fears as our greatest enemy, yet they provide us with an enormous opportunity for self-growth. What if we were to see them as friends who want to help us become a better person?Let your fears help you instead of hurting you. Then, write down what comes to you.   40  

A. Don’t panic.

B. Befriend your fears.

C. You may be surprised by the answers.

D. When we are fearful, our options seem limited.

E. Then try to feel at ease with the state of "not knowing".

F. Learning from past failures helps you make better decisions.

G. Remembering these incidents will remind you that you’ve gone through difficult situations.

四、完形填空

  Hello, Mr. Wi-Fi. Life without you is next to impossible now. We’re happy to sing your name from morning till evening, sometimes till dawn.   41 I know you help me, sometimes you’re making me do things with   42 attention. Many times I promise myself that I’ll   43 my feelings towards you, but you’re   44 me closer and closer... You’ve entered both my home and my   45 . You’re just a window for our   46 and information. But we people aren’t   47 only with the window. So we open all our    48 for you. Is this a(n)   49 or some kind of attachment? If this is an illness, is it curable? And if this is an attachment will you   50 me to the lifelong togetherness?

  We want you 24/7. Can’t you take a few days off so that both you and I can   51 ? You’re a poison — not a slow one but a super   52 poison which holds our mind and makes us dance  53 its tune. Nowadays you’re so  54 that anyone can buy and make you our   55 . You’ll never be bothered about our health but we’ll   56 be concerned about your "health". Because you accompany us everywhere and never let us be alone.

If you were a  57 person made of flesh and blood(血肉之躯) would we love you the same? You   58 us with your numerous talents and we even can’t get rid of you. We’re all your   59 . Sometimes I wonder how people in the previous generations   60 , but if they did why can’t we? 

41.

A.Now that

B.Only if

C.Though

D.When

42.

A.praised

B.increased

C.focused

D.divided

43.

A.keep in

B.bring back

C.approve of

D.give up

44.

A.drawing

B.pushing

C.forcing

D.observing

45.

A.space

B.soul

C.society

D.workplace

46.

A.entertainment

B.argument

C.expansion

D.struggle

47.

A.strict

B.satisfied

C.generous

D.busy

48.

A.thoughts

B.eyes

C.exits

D.doors

49.

A.disease

B.inspiration

C.routine

D.phenomenon

50.

A.recommend

B.instruct

C.commit

D.adapt

51.

A.persist

B.relax

C.progress

D.balance

52.

A.raw

B.ambiguous

C.strong

D.fast

53.

A.to

B.against

C.from

D.within

54.

A.affordable

B.valuable

C.conventional

D.attractive

55.

A.addition

B.expert

C.companion

D.instrument

56.

A.sometimes

B.always

C.never

D.seldom

57.

A.selfish

B.dishonest

C.responsible

D.real

58.

A.control

B.scold

C.comfort

D.challenge

59.

A.friends

B.slaves

C.colleagues

D.employers

60.

A.suffered

B.connected

C.survived

D.surfed

第二部分(非选择题)
五、语法填空

The Mid-Autumn Festival is a harvest festival  61 (observe) on the 15th day of the 8th month of the Chinese lunar calendar. It celebrates three fundamental concepts which are closely tied   62 one another: gathering, such as family and friends   63 (come) together, or harvesting crops for the festival; thanksgiving, to give thanks for the harvest, or for harmonious unions; praying   64 (sincere) for beauty, longevity, babies, marriage   65 (partner), or for a good future. 

Traditions and myths surrounding the festival   66 (form) around these three concepts, although traditions have changed over time due to   67 (significance) changes in technology, science, economy, culture, and religion. It’s about well-being together. 

The festival was a time  68 people enjoyed the successful reaping (收获) of rice and wheat with food offerings made in honor of the moon. Today, people still mark   69 occasion with similar activities. They have outdoor reunions among friends and relatives to eat mooncakes and watch the moon, a symbol of harmony and   70 (unite).

六、短文改错

71.

I usually go to school by bike. And this morning I went on foot. On the way to school, I happen to witness an accident. A middle-aged woman was knocked down by a car while crosses the street. Seeing that was happening on the scene, I made rush for the woman to help. One passer-by got out of his cellphone and called the police. I helped to carry the woman to safe and dress her wound. Around ten minutes late, an ambulance arrived and took him to hospital. I continued my way to school, feeling happily that I could offer some help in time.

七、书面表达

72.

假定你是李华,即将去美国参加一个中美文化夏令营活动。请你根据以下内容要点给你的美国朋友Mike写一封信,告知他你的美国之行。

1.此行的目的;

2.活动的内容;

3.你的期望。

注意:1.词数100左右;

2.可以适当增加细节,以使行文连贯;

3.开头语和结束语已为你写好,不计入总词数。

Dear Mike,

I’m writing to tell you something about my trip to America. ___________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________

Yours,

Li Hua