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四川省成都市2017届高中毕业班第二次诊断性检测英语

试卷类型:月考试卷 | 适用省份:四川省 | 试卷年份:2018年 | 上传日期:2019/01/02 | 题数:72
第一部分(选择题)
一、听力

1.

What is the total cost of the two tickets?

A.90 yuan.

B.135 yuan.

C.125 yuan.

2.

What do you think about Sally?

A.She is talkative.

B.She knows all the news.

C.She speaks slowly.

3.

Where does the noise come from?

A.The children’s playing.

B.The broken vase.

C.The cat’s playing.

4.

Where does the conversation most probably take place?

A.In an office.

B.In a restaurant.

C.In a supermarket.

5.

What can we learn from the conversation?

A.The man likes football very much.

B.The man doesn’t like basketball.

C.The man will be busy this afternoon.

听材料,回答问题。

6.How much should the man pay?

A.$110.

B.$100.

C.$55.

7.Where is the man going to sit?

A.On the side of the first floor.

B.On the side of the second floor.

C.Beside the stage on the first floor.

听材料,回答问题。

8.How many times has the woman received strange phone calls?

A.Twice.

B.Three times.

C.Four times.

9.Why were the phone calls strange?

A.They always came after midnight.

B.They were called by mistake.

C.They were difficult to understand.

听材料,回答问题。

10.Where is Rick working now?

A.In a travel company.

B.In a law office.

C.In a hotel.

11.How does Rick feel about his trip?

A.Excited.

B.Curious.

C.Nervous.

12.When will Rick leave?

A.In three days.

B.In a week.

C.In a month.

听材料,回答问题。

13.Where does the conversation take place?

A.At a bank.

B.At a hotel.

C.At a post office.

14.Where should the woman write the date?

A.On the left-hand side.

B.On the right-hand side.

C.In the top right-hand corner.

15.What should the woman write after the word PAY?

A.ONLY.

B.200.

C.CAS

D.

16.What should the woman write in the bottom right-hand corner?

A.Her name.

B.The year.

C.The amount.

听材料,回答问题。

17.What is the speaker mainly talking about?

A.The summer vacation.

B.The housing office.

C.Checkout procedures.

18.When does this talk take place?

A.After the final exams.

B.At the end of the school year.

C.At the beginning of the school year.

19.What will lead to a fine?

A.Failing to vacate(腾出,空出)the room by June 3rd.

B.Not turning in the room key before leaving.

C.Not clearing personal things out of the room.

20.What do the students have to report on the form?

A.Any damage to their rooms.

B.Their summer addresses.

C.Questions for the housing office.

二、阅读理解

Welcome to Whitney High School!
Spring Kids Dance Clinic
The WHS Dance Team is hosting the annual Spring Dance Clinic for children aged 5-13. If your son or daughter is interested in attending this camp, you may download the form and return it to the WHS office or register online!
QUESTIONS? CONTACT: Halley Crandell at hcrandell@rocklinusd.org.
WHERE:Whitney High School Cafeteria
WHEN:April 22nd, 9 am-12:30 pm
COST: $25 online registration and $30 walk-up registration
Kaplan SAT/ACT Combo Practice Test
Offered in the WHS Library
Saturday, April 29th, 9 am-1 pm
Registration is $20.
Please sign up in the College and Career Center by April 21st to secure a spot.
Please see Mrs. Randazzo in the College and Career Center to sign up or for questions.
Lions Club Student Speech Contest
Enter to be one of two Whitney High School students to qualify for the Rocklin Lions Club Speech Contest, which is to be held this summer. A written copy of your speech is due at the College and Career Center no later than April 30th at 3 pm.
Open to grades 9-12. No less than 5 minutes and no more than 10 minutes.
Can You Catch the Wildcat at the 5K Race
On April 28th at 8:30 am, the Whitney Wildcat will leave his stadium and attempt to outrun hundreds of runners trying to catch him!
This will be a fun exciting way to challenge yourself and provide needed funds for two great causes! The WHS track and field team is raising money for equipment. Secondly, we are raising money for the Heidi Greenwood Scholarship. All profits on T-shirt sales will go directly to the scholarship! Entry to the race is $15 and T-shirt sales will be on site.
Go to https://goo.gl/QANQg8 to register!
Questions? Email Mark Snow at msnow@rocklinusd.org.

21.How much should one pay for registering the dance camp in person?

A.$15.

B.$20.

C.$25.

D.$30.

22.Who should students turn to if they have questions about practice tests?

A.Mark Snow.

B.Mrs. Randazzo.

C.Halley Crandell.

D.Heidi Greenwood.

23.What do we know about Can You Catch the Wildcat at the 5K Race?

A.It’s an indoor activity to be held on April 28th.

B.All the money collected will go to the scholarship.

C.There is no specific information for registration.

D.People can support it by buying T-shirts on the spot.

24.What’s the purpose of the text?

A.To show how wonderful the school is.

B.To persuade students to join in the events.

C.To publicize the schedule of some events.

D.To draw parents’ attention to the school.

This rainy afternoon I decided to visit the Great North Museum. Walking into the building, I just felt excited, looking forward to what I was going to find out in the visit, something I would like to share with my beloved husband when I got home.
Just as I walked past the Chinese Antique Porcelain section, one collection caught my eyes and heart very much: a Chinese plate with a drawing of a garden scene with two ladies, a child, a dog and a willow, very beautiful and unique. It reminded me that my mum used to have a similar plate like that; of course it was not from the Ming Dynasty, but we had plates and bowls of a similar design, following and serving us for many years.
I still remember every day Mum was busy cooking for eight of us. While waiting for the dinner to be ready, we would play in the garden, jumping up and down, with the family dogs and cats also running around. When the dinner was ready, we all ran over to the big round table, everyone holding a bowl with rice, and chopsticks, getting ready to fight for the food on the table. My mum normally would prepare five or six dishes served with those beautiful Chinese plates. The noises of chatting mixed with the warm heat, sweat, and wind blowing would slowly accompany the sun setting down. The pleasant evening would come and purple and blue colored the sky. Mum’s face was full of shine and happiness; she loved to see us finish all her dishes. She would always be the last person to eat, and basically the last to clear the leftovers. Mum always put herself last and the children first. Then I moved away and lived so far from her, but the food that she prepared always stays in my heart, and I always remember the beautiful Chinese plates.
Plates for many people can be just tools to serve food, nothing more than that. But for me they are not plates; for me they are a memory.

25.Why did the Chinese plate in the Museum draw the author’s attention?

A.Because its pattern and design were elegant.

B.Because it called up her previous experience.

C.Because she could share it with her husband.

D.Because she remembered Mum had the same plate.

26.What can we infer about the author from Paragraph 3?

A.She didn’t want to help her mother cook dinner.

B.She used to fight against her families for more food.

C.Her family enjoyed a warm and happy dinner atmosphere.

D.Her mum would serve precious dishes with Chinese plates.

27.How does the author sound while telling the story?

A.Touched.

B.Excited.

C.Pleased.

D.Encouraged.

  What are your retirement plans? Keep working? Get more exercise? Or learn something new? You may put them on hold. There’s a chance that, sooner or later, you might have to move further than you were thinking, as far as Mars(火星).  

On Thursday, National Geographic will show the first ever Mars show home, giving earthlings an idea of what their life could look like on the Red Planet. Set in the not-so-distant year of 2037, the igloo-shaped structure could be the home of your future.
It shows a house built using recycled spacecraft parts and Martian soil, called regolith, which has been microwaved into bricks. Some parts of the home are recognisable — kitchen, bedroom — but there are fundamental differences that are vital for human survival.
As the Martian atmosphere is around one hundredth as thick as the Earth’s, people will need permanent shelter from the sun and society will move largely indoors. Most buildings will be connected by underground passages and the houses won’t have windows. The homes will have simulated solar lighting, or natural light that has been bent several times.
Walls will need to be 10 to 12 feet thick, to protect people from dangerous rays that can pass through six feet of steel, and a double air-locked entrance to keep the home under proper pressure.
"We don’t think of our houses as things that keep us alive, but on Mars your house will be a survival centre," says Stephen Petranek, author of How We’ll Live on Mars. This is not just the stuff of sci-fi. "Ten to twenty years from now there will certainly be people on Mars," Petranek says.
"We’ve had the technology for 30 years to land people on Mars, but we haven’t had the will," Petranek says. "But two main factors have completely swung public attitudes."
The private companies’ participation has forced government agencies to up their game, and influential films such as Gravity and The Martian have caught society’s eye.

28.What can we know about the show home from the text?

A.It has no windows or doors due to security concern.

B.Its design presents the idea of environmental protection.

C.It has thick walls keeping the home under proper pressure.

D.Its underground passages connect all the buildings together.

29.What do the underlined words "put them on hold" in Paragraph 1 probably mean?

A.Put them off.

B.Give them away.

C.Carry them through.

D.Take them seriously.

30.According to Petranek, what has sped up the process of sending people to Mars?

A.The great influence of Mars show home.

B.The development of related technology.

C.The competition from private companies.

D.The popularity of influential books on Mars.

31.What is the best title for the text?

A.Living on Mars: Possible or Not

B.Sending People to Mars: Yes or No

C.First Ever Show Home: How Is It Made

D.Future Home on Mars: What Will It Be like

Fans of the movie Finding Nemo may remember the terrifying fish that scares Dory and Marlin at the bottom of a trench.
But in reality this "monster", a black seadevil, is only about 9 cm long, which would make it about a third of the size of Dory and potentially smaller than Marlin or Nemo.
While this inaccuracy may seem harmless, it could cause problems for future conservation efforts, as people are more likely to support conservation of adorable rather than scary-looking animals.
The black seadevil is just one of the mysterious "monsters". From 2000-2010, scientists described about 1,200 new species in the Census of Marine Life. While this figure may seem astonishing, a further 5,000 individual dead creatures are in specimen(标本) jars, waiting to be described.
Specimens must be methodically collected, identified, and then the identity of new deep-water species must be confirmed.
If we call unusual deep-sea animals monsters, then we may harm their conservation as people are unlikely to be connected with them or care about saving them.
On the other hand, their rarity clearly makes them popular on social media sites. For other species, this has already resulted in increases in illegal trading for unusual pets. Deep-sea species may potentially become illegally obtained specimens or food. Humans may end up eating these animals of the deep sea to extinction before their species are even known to science.
Every habitat on earth is interconnected, and whatever we as humans do has an influence on marine ecosystems. In reality, about 80% of our oxygen is produced by microorganisms(微生物) in the oceans. This makes our oceans both the lungs and lifeblood of our planet and we must all try harder to save them.

32.What can we know about the black seadevil in reality?

A.People benefit greatly from the oxygen produced by it.

B.Its body size is a big threat to fish like Dory and Nemo.

C.Its scary appearance will cause problems for conservation.

D.People didn’t know much about it when filming Finding Nemo.

33.What does the author think of the progress of describing new species?

A.Acceptable.

B.Surprising.

C.Unsatisfying.

D.Hopeless.

34.What does the underlined word "this" in Paragraph 7 probably refer to?

A.Their popularity on social media sites.

B.Their rarity among sea creatures.

C.Their conservation being harmed.

D.Their importance being ignored.

35.What can we infer about those unusual sea animals?

A.They are the lungs and lifeblood of our planet.

B.Confirming their identity is very urgent for protection.

C.Most  of them are becoming illegally obtained specimens.

D.Adorable ones are more likely to be posted on social media sites.

三、七选五

Color is in everything we touch, taste, smell and feel. It evokes(唤起) emotion without any thought.  36 We are all familiar with it, but do you know the following facts?  

Silver will save your life. When buying a new car and finding yourself facing various choices, you can’t think clearly. Your best choice is to go with silver. Silver-colored cars are least likely to be involved in a car accident.   37 Another reason is the silver color’s ability to have a look of cleanliness.  

   38 Tough prisoners and crazy patients? It is the color commonly used to help calm down those who are out of control. So it surely has a useful place and a purpose, other than decorating a dress or Barbie’s dream house.  

Yellow makes you hungry. Yellow and orange are not recommended for use in kitchens, as they have a positive influence on your appetite.   39 I’m not normally one for conspiracy(阴谋) theories — but perhaps there’s something in it for them if we remain ignorant of yellow’s effects.  

Color is an imaginary friend. Technically, it’s all in our heads: color does not exist at all.   40 So, if you start a heated debate over color combinations with someone that you are certain has a low IQ or is just color-blind, remember it’s a pointless argument and you should drop it instantly. You’re both wrong.  

A. Pink comforts the nerves.
B. Blue is the most common favorite color.
C. They are most noticeable on the road and in low light.
D. Yellow-colored walls seldom leave us wanting more food.
E. It can be the focus of our careers, our lifestyle and the fun we have.
F. Then where would our restaurant owners be without the clever tricks?
G. Color tries to make sense of the huge amount of information from the outer world.

四、完形填空

  From childhood, Moira loved to write. Throughout school she   41 writing, but pursuing(追求) it   42 was never a possibility. Her father was a doctor, her mother a nurse. "Medicine was a fairly   43 option," Moira says. "And writing was a career where it wasn’t a   44 that you’d have high income."  

She became a doctor but still wanted to do some writing. However, being a doctor was so   45 that she didn’t take up writing until her thirties. She   46 a novel — a fictionalized version of her travels in China after university. She got excellent   47 . Moira sent it off to as many agents as she could find, and found one who wanted to   48 her. Suddenly, it seemed she was on her   49 as an author.  

"I had one lengthy phone call with the agent where we   50 all possible areas she thought needed   51 . I worked on those and sent it back to her but didn’t hear anything." It was not long   52 Moira found another agent who was   53 if she was willing to rewrite it from the first person to the third person. She did the hard work and sent it off again. "I got back a really brief letter: ‘Thank you, I’m no longer interested.’ It was really   54 ."  

A decade went by, and Moira found herself itching to write again, this time   55 for her own enjoyment. She   56 herself the challenge of creating a thriller and chose Western Australia as her setting.  

As she was writing just for herself, something surprising began to happen. "The characters   57 a life of their own; they started doing things I hadn’t thought about. It just   58 out." One day, an agent called from Australia. Three weeks later, Moira had a publication deal. Her novel, Cicada, was published in March.  

"   59 it hadn’t been published I still gained so much from the   60 ," says Moira.  

41.

A.learnt

B.avoided

C.considered

D.enjoyed

42.

A.actively

B.professionally

C.energetically

D.permanently

43.

A.influential

B.explicit

C.terrible

D.safe

44.

A.dream

B.purpose

C.choice

D.certainty

45.

A.promising

B.discouraging

C.demanding

D.interesting

46.

A.produced

B.introduced

C.bought

D.received

47.

A.rewards

B.readers

C.reviews

D.praises

48.

A.employ

B.represent

C.trust

D.guide

49.

A.own

B.feet

C.way

D.business

50.

A.took off

B.went through

C.pulled down

D.came over

51.

A.deleting

B.adapting

C.polishing

D.covering

52.

A.before

B.after

C.since

D.when

53.

A.fascinated

B.interested

C.anxious

D.amused

54.

A.common

B.absurd

C.terrifying

D.disappointing

55.

A.purely

B.wonderfully

C.instantly

D.sadly

56.

A.set

B.found

C.made

D.permitted

57.

A.put up

B.took on

C.went over

D.got down

58.

A.flew

B.brought

C.broke

D.carried

59.

A.Ever since

B.As if

C.If only

D.Even if

60.

A.adventure

B.practice

C.process

D.result

第二部分(非选择题)
五、语法填空

The wives who lived within the walls of the Weinsberg Castle in Germany were well aware of the riches it held: gold, silver, jewels, and wealth beyond belief. Then the day came in 1140 A.D. when all their   61 (value) treasure was threatened. Welf, the Duke of Bavaria, sat   62 (trap) inside his Weinsberg Castle. Outside the castle walls lay the army of Frederick, the Duke of Swabia,   63 his brother, the Emperor Konrad,   64 army had surrounded the castle and demanded the fortunes and the lives of the men within.  

Although the conquering commander had set a condition for the safe release of all the women and children, the wives in Weinsberg refused   65 (leave) without having their own condition met. They demanded that they be allowed to fill their arms   66 as many possessions as they could carry out. Thinking that the women couldn’t   67 (possible) take much, they met their request.  

When the castle gates opened, the army outside was brought to   68 (tear): every woman was carrying her husband! Konrad assured the women of their husbands’ complete   69 (safe) and freedom. He invited them all to a banquet and   70 (make) peace with the Duke of Bavaria on terms much more favorable than expected.  

Afterwards, the castle was known for women’s loyalty.

六、短文改错

71.I was working in the garden while I felt so hungry that I went back to my house where I can get something to eat. My lovely little daughter was holding an apple in every hand. I softly asked her with smile to give me one. She looked up on me for some seconds, and then suddenly took an extreme quick bite at one apple. Then she did the same to the other. I felt the smile on my face to freeze. I tried hard not to have my disappointments shown. Then she handed one of her biting apples to me and said, "Mummy, here you are. This is the sweetest one."

七、书面表达

72.某英文报社拟开辟"中国古诗谈"栏目。现在,请根据以下要点,用英语写一篇短文投稿。
1.中国古诗影响深远;
2.你喜爱的诗人;
3.学习中国古诗的意义及方法。
  注意:1.词数100左右(题目及首句已给出,不计入总词数);
2.可适当增加细节,以使行文连贯。
  The Ancient Chinese Poetry
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