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2017年河南省郑州市高中毕业年级第二次质量预测英语

试卷类型:模拟联考 | 适用省份:河南省 | 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.

When does the park close today?

A.At 5:30.

B.At 6:00.

C.At 6:30.

2.

Which hotel will the speakers go to this year?

A.The one next to the river.

B.The one on top of the hill.

C.The one in the woods.

3.

Why is the woman upset?

A.She can’t move into a new office.

B.Her project is behind schedule.

C.There is too much noise from the construction.

4.

What does the woman concern when buying a desk?

A.The brand.

B.The price.

C.The size.

5.

Where are the two speakers?

A.By the sea.

B.In a gallery.

C.In a library.

听材料,回答问题。

6.Why can’t the man help the woman?

A.He is having a break.

B.He isn’t happy.

C.He is quite busy.

7.What will the woman do?

A.Meet Alan.

B.Have lunch.

C.Do a report.

听材料,回答问题。

8.What is the relationship between the speakers?

A.Classmates.

B.Brother and sister.

C.Father and daughter.

9.Why did the woman say sorry to the man?

A.She took his notebook computer without permission.

B.She went to Jane’s house without telling him.

C.She lost his notebook computer.

听材料,回答问题。

10.Why does the man think the price of the flat is too high?

A.The position is not good.

B.The neighbors are too noisy.

C.Some repairs must be done.

11.What does the woman say about the flat?

A.It is cheap.

B.It is popular.

C.It is convenient.

12.What will the man do this afternoon?

A.See another flat.

B.Meet the woman.

C.Visit a dentist.

听材料,回答问题。

13.Why did the woman do the Healthy Living Day?

A.To do more exercise.

B.To make new friends.

C.To try something different.

14.How did the woman feel at the end of the Healthy Living Day?

A.Thirsty.

B.Sick.

C.Tired.

15.When is the next Healthy Living Day?

A.April 14th.

B.May 28th.

C.July 5th.

16.Which sport has the woman chosen for the next Healthy Living Day?

A.Skateboarding.

B.Cycling.

C.Boating.

听材料,回答问题。

17.What was the speaker’s first job?

A.A secretary.

B.A bank clerk.

C.A travel agent.

18.What did the speaker do in the first year of her college course?

A.She learnt to make clothes.

B.She studied the history of design.

C.She worked in a large clothes shop.

19.Why did the speaker like the final show?

A.Her parents saw her work.

B.She met well-known people in the field.

C.All the college students worked together.

20.What is the speaker’s aim?

A.To become very rich.

B.To get to the top of her profession.

C.To start a children’s clothes business.

二、阅读理解

  There were many famous poets from different periods of time in Chinese history, and thousands of their poems are still read and appreciated today.

To arouse people’s interest in those classic Chinese poems and promote cultural heritage, China Central Television(CCTV) produced a TV show — Chinese Poetry Conference. The finale(终场) of the hit show’s second season was shown on Feb.7 this year.

Wu Yishu, 16, who studies at the High School Affiliated to Fudan University in Shanghai, came out on top. In an earlier episode(一集), Wu wowed the audience when performing in a section entitled "Feihualing". The game’s theme was "yue", meaning "moon" or "month" in Chinese. She recited the lines from the Classic of Poetry, the earliest collection of poems in China:"In July, the crickets(蟋蟀) are in the field. In August, they are in the yard. In September they are at the door. In October, they enter and crawl under our beds."

"I really admire her knowledge of poems," said Huang Zijin, 16, a Senior 2 student from Ningbo High School in Zhejiang Province. "The first time I saw her wearing traditional Han clothing on TV, I was very impressed by her classical looks. She fulfills all my fantasies about classic Chinese women’s talents. What’s more, she always appears so calm throughout the show, which is very unusual for her age."

As the old saying goes, "One who is filled with knowledge always behaves with elegance."

"Learning poems isn’t about winning or losing. The power of poetry lies in shaping one’s view of life and developing one’s inner world," said Li Bo, an expert guest at the Chinese Poetry Conference’s second season.

When it comes to teaching people about poetry, Li Dingguang, the show’s academic advisor, suggested that teachers should explain more about the beauty of the poetry from both the aesthetic(美学的) and emotional sides, and guide the students to lose themselves in the poems’ rhythmic(有节奏的) and rhyming lines.

"Although the amount of ancient Chinese poetry in the textbooks of primary and secondary schools has increased, many students still learn them for exams," Li Dingguang told China.org.cn. "Therefore, it’s important to help students truly appreciate the artistry and fun of poetry."

21.What’s one of the purposes of the TV show Chinese Poetry Conference?

A.To entertain people by enjoying Chinese poems.

B.To see who can recite the most classic Chinese poems.

C.To fulfill people’s fantasies about Chinese women’s talents.

D.To make more people interested in classic Chinese poetry.

22.From Paragraphs 3 and 4, what can we infer about Wu Yishu?

A.She is a talented and elegant Chinese teenager.

B.She has learned a large amount of poetry from textbooks.

C.She is always calm in the show like other competitors of her age.

D.She amazed the audience with the lines from the Classic of Poetry in the finale.

23.According to Li Bo, why do people learn poetry?

A.To get good marks in examinations.

B.To help build up their inner world.

C.To win the Chinese Poetry Conference.

D.To appreciate the beauty of rhythm and rhyme.

24.What is Li Dingguang’s attitude to poetry teaching?

A.Doubtful.

B.Supportive.

C.Critical.

D.Casual.

  At 23, my career got going. I was midway through a master’s degree at the London School of Economics and Political Science and had been hired as a part-time reporter for a finance website. I got a great one-month review and my boss asked if I was interested in staying at the company after graduation.

However, balancing graduate studies with work was challenging. To deal with it, I checked my real self at my office door. I came in to work, greeted my colleagues and listened more than I contributed in each morning meeting. The small team I worked with often seemed busy, so rather than giving ideas that might get turned down, I stayed back.

After four months, my boss called me into his office. The meeting was going well until he told me that despite the great work I had produced, the team had held a meeting and decided, "We don’t think it’s the right fit."

I must have looked confused."You’re ambitious, intelligent and will be very successful," my boss said. "But you haven’t made enough effort to join the team. You lost the enthusiasm you showed in your interview. That won’t work long term, and if I could give you one piece of advice, it would be to get your guard down." I couldn’t believe that performing well at my job wasn’t enough to keep it. But I knew my boss was right. They knew that when they hired me, I had no experience in finance reporting, yet they took a chance on me. In meetings I usually contributed last, after I had heard everyone else’s suggestions. I did it to show that I was a listener, but also to hide my fears. They liked the person who walked into the interview, and they didn’t respect me when I hid that person from them.

"Don’t leave before you leave." That advice is essential for women at all stages of our careers. Because we work so hard for success, we don’t like to think that we hurt ourselves sometimes. But each of us must change when necessary. In trying to earn a full-time job, I "leaned back" in order not to show too much of myself or my lack of expertise(专门知识). I learned that the hard way wasn’t the way to achieve our goals.

25.Why was the author offered a job at the company at first?

A.She just got her master’s degree in finance.

B.She greatly impressed her boss in her first month.

C.She had quite a lot of experience in finance reporting.

D.She showed her special financial talent while working there.

26.During her next four months at the company, the author    .

A.performed well enough to earn the team’s respect

B.didn’t balance her graduate studies with work very well

C.was a good listener and contributed a lot in the meetings

D.was afraid to offer her ideas because of her lack of confidence

27.What does the author intend to tell us in the passage?

A.We should always keep up our enthusiasm at work.

B.Expertise and experience are greatly valued in the workplace.

C.We should not shy away from sharing our ideas when working in a team.

D.It’s unwise of women to show themselves off when they are taking part in teamwork.

  Are you sick of going to bed late and waking up tired? Then grab your hiking boots and a tent. A new study suggests that camping in the great outdoors for a couple of days can reset your body clock and help you get more sleep.

The body clock is an internal system that tells our bodies when it’s time to go to sleep and when it’s time to wake up. Scientists track this clock by measuring the amount of melatonin(褪黑激素)circulating in a person’s blood at any given time.

In a healthy sleeper, melatonin levels rise a few hours before bedtime, stay high through the night, and then settle back down when it’s time to wake up.

In our modern society, however, most of us stay up many hours past sunset and would probably sleep in many hours after sunrise if we could. And the trouble is that your melatonin levels may still be high when your alarm clock goes off in the morning, which leads to fatigue. It may also have other health consequences as well, such as diabetes(糖尿病), overweight and heart disease.

Professor Kenneth P.Wright Jr.of the University of Colorado in the US wanted to see if our body clocks can be reset by a short stay in nature. His team recruited(招募) fourteen physically active volunteers in their 20s and 30s. Nine went on a weekend camping trip, while the other five stayed home. At the end of the weekend, the researchers reported that in just two days, the campers’ body clocks shifted so that their melatonin levels began to rise more than an hour earlier than they did before they went on the trip. By contrast, the body clocks of the group that stayed home shifted even later over the course of the weekend.

"This tells us we can reset our clocks fast," Wright said.

Therefore, if you want to change your sleep patterns you could try to increase your exposure to natural light during the day and decrease the amount of artificial light you see at night. And if that doesn’t work, there’s always camping.

28.What is the author’s main purpose of writing the passage?

A.To explain how a lack of sleep is bad for our health.

B.To inform us of a possible way to adjust the body clock.

C.To analyze how the body clock influences our sleeping habits.

D.To explore how the body clock is connected with melatonin levels.

29.The underlined word "fatigue"in Paragraph 4 probably means "    ".

A.tiredness

B.excitement

C.refreshment

D.pressure

30.What did Wright’s team discover from their experiment?

A.The body clocks of the two groups didn’t show much difference.

B.The body clocks of those who stayed at home remained the same.

C.Those staying outdoors reset the clock inside their bodies over a short period.

D.Changes to the body clock don’t necessarily affect melatonin

levels in our bodies.

31.According to the passage, to change our sleeping habits, we’d better    .

A.set an alarm clock to wake us up on time in the morning

B.try to reduce melatonin levels as much as possible at night

C.spend several weeks staying in the open air every now and then

D.get exposed to more natural light in the day but less artificial light at night

  When people argue about whether coffee is good for health, they’re usually thinking of the health of the coffee drinker. Is it good for your heart? Does it increase blood pressure? Does it help you concentrate? However, coffee affects the health of the human population in other ways, too.

Traditionally, coffee bushes are planted under the canopy(树荫)of taller trees. However, more and more farmers in Latin America are deforesting the land to grow full-sun coffee. At first, this increases production because more coffee bushes can be planted if there aren’t any trees. With increased production come increased profits.

Unfortunately, deforesting for coffee production immediately decreases the local wildlife habitat, because native birds nest and hide from predators(捕食者) on the tall trees and migrating birds rest there.

Furthermore, in the long term, the full-sun method also damages the ecosystem because more chemical fertilizers and pesticides(杀虫剂) are needed to grow the coffee. The fertilizers and pesticides kill insects that eat coffee plants, and then the birds eat the poisoned insects and also die. The chemicals kill or sicken other animals as well, and can even enter the water that people will eventually drink.

Fortunately, farmers in Central and South America are beginning to grow more coffee bushes in the shade. We can support these farmers by buying coffee with such labels as "shade-grown" and "bird-friendly". Sure, these varieties might cost a little more. But we’re paying for the health of the birds, the land, ourselves, and the planet. I think it’s worth it.

32.Which opinion does the author agree with?

A.People should buy full-sun coffee.

B.Shade-grown coffee should be supported.

C.Farmers should change the places to grow coffee.

D.Pesticides should be forbidden in coffee planting.

33.Compared with the traditional method, what advantage does the full-sun method have?

A.It can protect the ecosystem.

B.It can promote people’s health.

C.It can provide more nests for birds.

D.It can increase the production of coffee.

34.How do farmers get more land to grow full-sun coffee?

A.They cut down trees.

B.They move to other countries.

C.They turn grassland into farmland.

D.They buy more land from other farmers.

35.What can we learn from the passage?

A.It is quite worthwhile to buy shade-grown coffee at any cost.

B.Farmers all have realized the importance of protecting the environment now.

C.South American farmers are taking action to plant coffee bushes in the traditional way.

D.The full-sun method does good to the health of human beings in the long run.

三、七选五

What does travel consist of? Answers can be as varied as worrying about your budget, trying new dishes at meals, climbing mountains and riding crowded local buses, etc. But to Mishana Khot, a US travel fanatic(狂热者), travel is "more than just a stamp in your passport — it’s a stamp in your soul". On the travel website Vagabondish, Khot listed some ways that you will change after taking a trip. Now, please take a look.

◆Travel shows the big picture.

Khot believes we may lose ourselves in our own lives from time to time. "Sometimes we can’t separate our daily existence from the broader perspective(角度)," she argues. " 36 It forces you to see your life from the outside." 

  37  

When you are on the way, chances are that you will deal with flight delays, slow buses, bad food, horrible accommodation and much more. As Khot pointed out, if there is one constant in a traveler’s life, it is that travel will throw up situations that challenge you. You may have made the most detailed plan, but the next minute something just goes wrong.  38  

◆Travel makes you more grateful.

Whether you travel from a big city to the quiet countryside, or vice versa(反之亦然), there will come a moment when you are grateful for all you have. "When you meet someone with one leg who is hiking up a hill, you will close your eyes for a second and say ‘thank you’," she said.

  39  

During travel, you’ll be forced to communicate with many more people than you used to.  40 So, just throw away your shyness. That won’t guide you to your destination. Go and communicate with people. They’re an important part of the experience. 

A. Travel makes you more adaptable.

B. Travel makes you more single-minded.

C. Travel helps you overcome your shyness.

D. You may meet something pleasant when you travel.

E. Travel provides a chance to get away from your routine.

F. And sometimes you won’t even be able to use your first language.

G. You’ll go through anger and disappointment, but hopefully, you’ll learn to laugh at it and move on.

四、完形填空

  I was standing in the checkout line behind a woman who looked to be in her 60s. When it was her turn to pay, the cashier(收银员)  41 her by name and asked her how she was doing. The woman looked down, shook her head and said, "Not so good. My husband just lost his job and my   42 son is up to his old tricks again. The truth is I don’t know how I’m going to   43 the holidays." Then she gave the cashier food stamps. 

My heart   44 . I wanted to help but didn’t know how. Should I offer to   45 her groceries or ask for her husband’s situation? 

  46 I walked into the parking lot, I spotted the woman returning her shopping cart. I remembered something in my purse that I thought might help her. It wasn’t a handful of cash or an   47 of a job for her husband, but maybe it would make her life   48 

My heart beat faster as I   49 the woman. "Excuse me," I said, my voice trembling a bit."I couldn’t help overhearing what you said to the cashier. It sounds like you’re going through a really   50 time right now. I’m so sorry, but I’d like to give you something." 

I took a small card out of my purse and   51 it to her. 

When the woman read the card’s only two words, she began to cry. And through her   52 , she said, "You have no idea how much this   53 to me." 

I was a little   54 by her reply. Having never done anything like this before, I didn’t know what kind of   55 I might receive. All I could think to respond was, "Oh, my! Would it be OK to give you a   56 ?" 

After we hugged   57 , I walked back to my car — and began to cry too. 

The words on the card?"You Matter."

A few weeks earlier, a colleague gave me a similar card as   58 for a project I was working on. When I read the card, I felt a   59 glow(喜悦) spread inside of me. Deeply touched, I came home and ordered my own box of "You Matter" cards and started   60 them. 

41.

A.called

B.greeted

C.recognized

D.heard

42.

A.confident

B.independent

C.hopeless

D.stubborn

43.

A.think about

B.give up

C.go on

D.get through

44.

A.ached

B.failed

C.beat

D.broke

45.

A.send for

B.provide for

C.pay for

D.beg for

46.

A.As

B.Though

C.Unless

D.Since

47.

A.excuse

B.offer

C.experience

D.opinion

48.

A.easier

B.wealthier

C.simpler

D.better

49.

A.touched

B.found

C.passed

D.approached

50.

A.happy

B.tough

C.regular

D.long

51.

A.handed

B.showed

C.spread

D.explained

52.

A.thanks

B.fears

C.tears

D.beliefs

53.

A.brings

B.means

C.values

D.contains

54.

A.worried

B.excited

C.moved

D.shocked

55.

A.reaction

B.feeling

C.expression

D.answer

56.

A.present

B.promise

C.hug

D.ride

57.

A.wildly

B.tightly

C.gently

D.eagerly

58.

A.progress

B.effort

C.encouragement

D.praise

59.

A.warm

B.rich

C.soft

D.fierce

60.

A.gathering

B.enjoying

C.preparing

D.sharing

第二部分(非选择题)
五、语法填空

This January has seen the start of the Chinese New Year, and my very first time celebrating it since I moved to China from the UK.

A friend from Hunan Province invited me  61 (stay) with his family in the village of Zhouqing, close to Yueyang City. As I arrived, the sound of firecrackers(鞭炮) greeted me   62 children played in the streets. Dozens of rice fields surrounded the   63 (house), which made me excited as I’d never seen any before. 

At the dinner time, we all sat around a small table with a heater under it and covered our legs with a blanket for warmth while we enjoyed food that my friend’s mother had prepared.

Each home in the village has a smokehouse   64 cured meats(腌肉) are hung over a fire for several months. This is also where friends and family gather to keep warm and talk at night. Sitting by the fire made me feel   65 (peace), and it was like I was experiencing the traditional Chinese way of life. 

On New Year’s Day, we visited every neighbor in the village and were greeted   66 (warm) at each house. A group of people paraded(游行) through the village, two of them dressed as a lion, going into every home to perform a song for good fortune. I   67 (attract) by this and followed the group, taking photos to share with my family. We visited other relatives the next day, who had prepared a lot of delicious food. At night, we all went to KTV and had a great time   68 (sing) together. 

  69 my final afternoon, I felt very Chinese as I played mahjong(麻将) while sipping green tea. I even won my first two games. 

Feeling like an outsider   70 (be)quite normal for Westerners in China, but every person I met in that small village in Hunan made me feel like I was at home.

六、短文改错

71.

My parents were away for a whole week visit my grandparents in a city about 200 kilometres away. I was really exciting at the thought of being at home alone and doing everything by myself. I was watching TV one night that the screen suddenly went black. I check, finding that there was no electricity. It was too lately at night to do anything, so I went to bed earlier. The next morning, I rang mother and she told me to take the electricity card to the bank and bought some electricity. I did as she told me. When I got back home, I put a card into the meter and the electricity started working again. Although in the night I was a bit worried, especially because there was no electricity, but I was happy that I could solve the problem in the end.

七、书面表达

72.

假定你是新华中学的学生李华,上周日不慎把书包遗失在操场上,里面有学生证、手机、钱包等物品,你校外教Mr.Smith捡到后上交给学校。请你用英语给他写封感谢信。

注意:1.词数100左右;

2.可以适当增加细节,以使行文连贯;

3.信的开头和结尾已为你写好,不计入总词数。

Dear Mr.Smith,

______________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________

Yours,

Li Hua