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2017年云南省第一次高中毕业生复习统一检测英语

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

  My doorbell rings at 11 a.m. On the step, I find an elderly Chinese lady. She is small and slight. She holds a paper carrier bag in her hands.
  I know this lady. It is by no means her first visit. Her daughter, Nicole, bought the house next door last October. Nicole, who is currently in Shanghai, has apparently told her mother that I am having heart surgery shortly, and the result is that her mother has decided I need to be supplied with meals.
  I know what is inside the paper carrier bag — a stainless steel container with a meal of rice, vegetables and either chicken, meat or shrimp. This has become an almost-daily occurrence.
  Communication between my benefactor(恩人)and me is somewhat handicapped by the fact that she doesn’t speak English and all I can say in Mandarin is "hello". Once, she brought an iPad and pointed to the screen, which displayed a message from Nicole telling me that her mother wanted to know if the food was all right.
  "Your mother just can’t be bringing me meals like this all the time," I protested. "I can hardly reciprocate by cooking something from my native land, like roast beef or Yorkshire pudding for her, "I said.
  "Oh, no, "Nicole said. "Don’t worry about that. She has to cook for the family anyway, and she wants to do it for you. You can call her Wing, which is her surname."

The tenant in my basement suite is a university student who speaks Mandarin quite well, so with her help, I have found out that Wing is 68 — 13 years younger than I am. For my part, I was raised in wartime Britain.
  So here we are, two grandmothers a world away from where we were raised, neither of us able to speak the other’s language. But the doorbell keeps ringing and there is the familiar paper carrier bag, handed smilingly to me by Wing.
  Right now I am working on some more Mandarin words —it’s the least I can do after such a display of kindness.
  "Thank you" is, of course, the first one, which somehow seems inadequate.

1.The author and Wing got to know each other   .

A.as next door neighbors

B.when exchanging meals

C.by sharing similar experiences

D.after using an iPad to communicate

2.The underlined word "reciprocate" in Paragraph 5 probably means "   ".

A.do as well

B.offer generously

C.give in return

D.accept with pleasure

3.The author’s effort to learn Mandarin shows her   .

A.great satisfaction

B.real kindness

C.heartfelt thanks

D.sincere friendship

  It’s not what you look at that matters;it’s what you see.
— Henry David Thoreau

  Slow Art Day is a global event with a simple mission: help more people discover for themselves the joy of looking at and loving art.
  Why slow?

  When people look slowly at a piece of art, they make discoveries. The most important discovery they make is that they can see and experience art without an expert. And that’s an exciting discovery. It unlocks passion and creativity and helps to create more art lovers.
  How does it work?

  One day each year, people all over the world visit local museums and galleries to look at art slowly. Participants look at five works of art for 10 minutes each and then meet together over lunch to talk about their experience. That’s it. Simple by design, the goal is to focus on the art. In fact, Slow Art Day works quite well this way.
  By the numbers

  Over 1, 200 individual Slow Art Day events have taken place since its official launch in 2010. Slow Art Day events have taken place on all seven continents.
  700 venues(museums, galleries, artist studios, sculpture parks, public art sites, etc.)have hosted Slow Art Day events.
  Participants love Slow Art Day

  Feedback on this simple event has been overwhelmingly positive. Here’s a sample:

  "I loved taking the time to just‘be’ with the works, particularly pieces I might otherwise walk by. It’s a much better way of visiting the art museum than the usual idle ramble. Discussion afterwards was fun, interesting, informative and eye-opening. I look forward to doing it again."

Slow Art Day 2017 is Saturday, April 8, in museums and galleries worldwide. Join us and experience art differently.

4.The author quotes Thoreau’s words at the beginning to    .

A.arouse readers’ interest in art

B.introduce the topic of the text

C.stress the importance of looking

D.illustrate the joy of art appreciation

5.A typical slow art activity   .

A.lasts about fifty minutes when people look at art works critically

B.encourages people to see art for themselves and discuss with experts

C.organizes people to look at art on their own and talk about their experience

D.inspires people to make discoveries about art works and create their own works

6.What can we learn about Slow Art Day from the text?

A.The year of 2017 will see the eighth Slow Art Day.

B.It happens once a year in all museums and galleries worldwide.

C.It has become an art festival celebrated on all seven continents.

D.Slow Art Day events have been held in over 1,200 different places.

7.According to the text, the author   .

A.has conducted a survey on Slow Art Day

B.strongly recommends Slow Art Day events

C.sees the good and bad sides of Slow Art Day

D.is frequently involved in Slow Art Day events

Got big plans for Friday night? That’s OK, we don’t either.
  Guess we’ll all have to make do by watching the celestial(天空的)show that will take place that night.
  First, there will be a full moon. That’s always fun, but this one will be a little more special. It’s known as a "snow moon". The name comes from the fact that the heaviest snows usually fall during February, according to The Old Farmer’s Almanac.
  But if that’s not special enough, there’s also an eclipse(月食)that night. It’ll be a penumbral lunar eclipse, meaning it’s a partial eclipse that leaves sections of the moon darkened by the earth’s shadow. No, it won’t be as spectacular as those "blood moon"eclipses. It’ll be subtler. The level of darkness it reaches during the eclipse may or may not be apparent;it just depends on where you are when you view it.
  In North America, the eclipse begins at 5:34 p.m. ET and ends at 9:53 p.m. ET, according to the astronomy website EarthSky. The eclipse will be at its height around 7:44 p.m. ET.
  If that’s still not enough, let’s throw in a comet(彗星)to the night’s festivities.
  Comet 45P(it has a much longer name, but we won’t burden you with it here)is visible as it flies by the earth. The comet will get within 7.4 million miles of the planet as it makes its closest approach this weekend, according to Universe Today.
  Comet 45P will be most visible a couple of hours after the eclipse, so look to the skies again around 3 a.m. ET Saturday and find the greenish-blue light with a tail.
  And don’t forget, a total big-time solar eclipse will streak across the United States on August 21st.

8.According to the text, what can be viewed on Friday night?

A.A blood moon.

B.A total solar eclipse.

C.A partial lunar eclipse.

D.A comet without a tail.

9.If you want to see Comet 45P, you will need to    .

A.wait around 7:44 p.m. ET

B.stay up until 9:53 p.m. ET

C.wake up before 3:00 a.m. ET

D.start watching at 5:34 p.m. ET

10.The author writes the text with the purpose of    .

A.introducing basic astronomy to the media

B.sharing new discoveries with astronomy researchers

C.promoting astronomical events among science students

D.informing average readers of recent celestial phenomena

11.Which can be a suitable title for the text?

A.Comet 45P will be visible as it approaches the earth

B.The penumbral lunar eclipse will happen on Friday night

C.Suggestions of fun scientific exhibitions for the coming weekend

D.The eclipse, full moon and comet team up to put on a show on Friday night

The Super Bowl is the annual championship game of the National Football League(NFL). The game is the culmination(高潮)to a season that begins in the late summer of the previous calendar year. Normally, Roman numerals are used to identify each game, rather than the year in which it is held. For example, Super Bowl Ⅰ was played on January 15, 1967, following the 1966 regular season. The single exception to this rule is Super Bowl 50, which was played on February 7, 2016, following the 2015 regular season. The next game, Super Bowl LⅡ, scheduled for February 4, 2018, will follow the 2017 regular season.
  The game was created as part of a merger(合并)agreement between the NFL and its then-rival league, the American Football League(AFL). Currently, the Pittsburgh Steelers have the most Super Bowl victories, with six. The New England Patriots have the most Super Bowl appearances, with nine.
  The day(usually the first Sunday in February)on which the Super Bowl is played, now considered as an unofficial American national holiday, is called "Super Bowl Sunday". It is the second-largest day for U.S. food consumption, after Thanksgiving Day. In addition, the seven most-watched broadcasts in U.S. television history are Super Bowls. In 2015, Super Bowl ⅩLⅠⅩ attracted an audience of 114.4 million.
  Because of the high viewership, commercial airtime during the Super Bowl broadcast is the most expensive of the year, leading to companies regularly developing their most expensive advertisements for this broadcast. As a result, watching and discussing the broadcast’s commercials has become a significant aspect of the event. In addition, popular singers and musicians including Michael Jackson, Madonna, Prince, Beyoncé, Paul McCartney, The Rolling Stones, The Who, Whitney Houston, and Lady Gaga have performed during the event’s pre-game and half-time ceremonies.

12.According to the text, in the Super Bowl   .

A.the New England Patriots have won nine times

B.the Pittsburgh Steelers have won six titles

C.Arabic numerals are used to refer to each game

D.winners of the last season play against each other

13.On Super Bowl Sunday, American people usually   .

A.buy expensive Super Bowl tickets

B.consume the most food of the year

C.avoid the Super Bowl commercials

D.enjoy performances by famous artists

14.In 2015, the    Super Bowl was held.

A.46th

B.49th

C.51st

D.55th

15.We can know from the text that the Super Bowl   .

A.is a public holiday in the United States

B.is the annual championship game of AFL

C.launches a new season of the National Football League every year

D.has frequently been the most-watched American television broadcast of the year

二、七选五

Courage is a personality quality that everyone possesses, but it sometimes fades because of bad experiences or memories.   16 . By identifying the source of any lack of courage and actively changing your behavior, you can build courage.  

Determine your specific fears. People are often reluctant to admit that they are afraid of something and this may be weakening their confidence and courage. In order to begin building courage, you need to determine your specific fears.   17 . This may help you to develop a plan to overcome them and build your courage.

Recognize your courage. Just as it’s important to identify your fears, you should also recognize that you also possess courage in many situations.   18 . It can help you to figure out how to apply this quality to situations in your life that cause timidity(胆怯). It can also help you to develop your behavior and begin building courage in every aspect of your life.

Develop a concrete plan to build your courage. Once you’ve identified your specific fears and recognized situations where you exhibit courage, write out your plan to build your courage and update it when necessary.   19 , for it helps you stay on track if you have setbacks and see your progress over time.

Avoid comparing yourself to others. Every person is different and comparing yourself to other people can minimize your self-confidence. Focusing on yourself and not comparing yourself to others is essential to build your confidence and courage.
    20 . Two characteristics of courageous people are that they not only have confidence, but also believe in their ability to succeed and overcome fears. By cultivating and projecting confidence in yourself, you set yourself on the path to build and maintain courage.

A. Part of building your courage is taking risks

B. Embrace the positive and avoid the negative

C. Write a list of your fears as you figure them out

D. Having a clear strategy you can follow is important

E. Take the time to acknowledge that you are courageous

F. Have  confidence and believe in your ability to be courageous

G. Having courage is necessary to succeed in many situations in life

三、完形填空

  On a bright Friday afternoon in spring, Sumeja Tulic had every reason to enjoy walking in the streets of New York, a city she’d  21 nine months earlier from London to attend a journalism school. "When the weather is good, it’s very hard to find a reason to be  22 or dissatisfied with the city," she said.  

  Yet her time in New York had coincided with endless ugliness. As she  23 toward the subway station, she thought, "Please, God, I want to see something  24 today." She said, "Enough of this craziness."

  At the City Hall  25 , she settled onto a bench. It was just after 2 p.m. Only a few people were there. A man  26 against a pillar(柱子), the way anyone might, waiting for the train. The stillness was interrupted by a(n)  27 that the next train was two stations away. Then Tulic  28 the man at the pillar collapsing forward onto the tracks.

  A man, who was  29 waiting for the train on the platform, ran over, peered over the edge and then jumped onto the   30 .

  The man who had   31 was not moving. Two more men jumped down to help.

  "I don’t know  32 these men got the wit and the quickness," Tulic said. "The man who fell was kind of jammed in the tracks. They were very  33 to know that the train was coming. Would it stop? Would they  34 pulling him out?"

  On the tracks, the  35 man was held up to a sitting position by the three men, who then lifted him from below to   36 who dragged him from above and rolled him onto the platform. Then the rescuers themselves were   37 , pulled back to safety by helping hands. As soon as they were all clear, the train pulled in.

  An ambulance  38 soon and the man was taken to a local hospital with  39 but non-life-threatening injuries, doctors said.

"That is the greatest thing," Tulic said. "The infrastructure(基础设施) in this city of millions is the  40 themselves providing, being there for others." 

21.

A.hung out

B.moved to

C.passed by

D.left behind

22.

A.pleased

B.ashamed

C.depressed

D.relieved

23.

A.walked

B.rushed

C.travelled

D.toured

24.

A.urgent

B.strange

C.mysterious

D.nice

25.

A.station

B.school

C.theatre

D.store

26.

A.struggled

B.leaned

C.lay

D.sat

27.

A.note

B.report

C.announcement

D.poster

28.

A.remembered

B.foresaw

C.ignored

D.glimpsed

29.

A.again

B.also

C.never

D.seldom

30.

A.tracks

B.road

C.train

D.platform

31.

A.stood

B.settled

C.fallen

D.escaped

32.

A.whom

B.whether

C.when

D.where

33.

A.nervous

B.embarrassed

C.dangerous

D.disappointed

34.

A.object to

B.succeed in

C.put off

D.give up

35.

A.unconscious

B.dying

C.active

D.discouraged

36.

A.them

B.us

C.others

D.anyone

37.

A.jammed

B.recognized

C.affected

D.rescued

38.

A.stopped

B.started

C.arrived

D.raced

39.

A.careless

B.serious

C.slight

D.unforgettable

40.

A.people

B.passengers

C.friends

D.students

四、听力

41.

Why does the man apologize to the woman?

A.He can’t lend her his camera.

B.He won’t attend her wedding.

C.He’s unable to take photos of her.

42.

What will the man probably do?

A.Get a job in a fast food restaurant.

B.Run his own fast food restaurant.

C.Have dinner in a fast food restaurant.

43.

Where does the conversation take place?

A.In a bookstore.

B.In a library.

C.In a supermarket.

44.

What can we know about the man?

A.He is fond of his job.

B.He is satisfied with his salary.

C.His boss will fire him.

45.

What does the woman want?

A.A cup of tea.

B.A coffee with milk.

C.A coffee with sugar.

听材料,回答问题。

46.What can the woman get at Panda Express?

A.Hamburgers.

B.Chinese food.

C.Mexican food.

47.What does the man think of the food at Panda Express?

A.Not tasty.

B.Not bad.

C.Too expensive.

听材料,回答问题。

48.What was the woman’s best subject at school?

A.French.

B.English.

C.Spanish.

49.What is the woman probably doing now?

A.Doing market research.

B.Having a job interview.

C.Attending a business meeting.

听材料,回答问题。

50.What does the woman want to do?

A.Buy a new car.

B.Repair her car.

C.Rent a car.

51.What kind of car is the Hyundai Accent?

A.It’s an economy car.

B.It’s a high-end car.

C.It’s an SUV car.

52.How much should the woman pay?

A.$ 135.99.

B.$ 288.95.

C.$ 327.94.

听材料,回答问题。

53.When did the man book the room?

A.Last week.

B.Two days ago.

C.Yesterday.

54.What’s the man’s next destination?

A. New York.  B. Seattle.   C. Washington D.C.

55.What is the man’s room like?

A.It has no private bath.

B.It has a double bed.

C.It has a nice view.

56.Where is the restaurant?

A.On the top floor.

B.On the eighth floor.

C.On the second floor.

听材料,回答问题。

57.When were teddy bears named for President Theodore Roosevelt?

A.In 1902.

B.In 1912.

C.In 1922.

58.Why did Roosevelt refuse to shoot the bear?

A.He liked the bear very much.

B.He hated to show bad manners.

C.He wanted to be well reported.

59.Who is Morris Michtom?

A.A photographer with The Washington Post.

B.A member of the hunting party.

C.A shopkeeper in Brooklyn.

60.What does the speaker talk about?

A.Who made the first teddy bears.

B.Where teddy bears came from.

C.Why teddy bears are popular.

第二部分(非选择题)
五、语法填空

People who have spent time in other cultures often talk about "reverse(反向的) culture shock". If you leave your country for more than a short tourist trip and then go back home, you may feel  61 . What is "reverse culture shock"?Well, imagine the following:You have just adjusted to a new culture and have come  62 (enjoy) life in it. You have made new friends and have had  63 great variety of new experiences. Then,   64 (sad) enough, it’s time to leave, but you are also very excited about  65 (go)home. Arriving home is wonderful — seeing all the friends and relatives you haven’t seen, eating all the special foods, reading the newspapers  66 hearing music you haven’t heard in such a long time. But then after a few weeks, perhaps, things may not seem so "wonderful". You may become critical of your home country   67 you have grown up. You may not like certain things or ideas.   68 your eyes, either you or your home country  69 (change).  

This is the process of readjustment. It’s a difficult period, and many people experience it after the  70 (excite) of coming home has worn off. Fortunately, it doesn’t usually last as long as adjustment to a new culture does.

六、短文改错

71.Last winter vacation, my parents and I went back to our hometown, where I spend my childhood. Walking slow in the quiet small town reminded me of the good old day. I went from street to street, in the search of my childhood footprints. Suddenly, I found me at the gate of the primary school on which I studied for six years. As I entered, I was surprised find that the old classroom building was gone. But it was filling with my childhood memories! I felt such sad that tears ran down my cheeks. It was just like the feeling I had while a good friend left me forever.

七、书面表达

72.

假定你是李华,你和同学组建了一个名为"Starry Skies"的乐队。你的朋友美国留学生Mike擅长吉他演奏,请你给他写一封电子邮件,邀请他加入乐队。内容要点如下:
1. 写信目的;
2. 乐队介绍;
3. 排练时间和地点。

注意:
1. 词数100左右;
2. 可以适当增加细节,以使行文连贯;
3. 开头语和结尾语已为你写好。

Dear Mike,
  How are you doing? 

 

 

Yours,
Li Hua