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天星教育2017届高三毕业生第一次大联考英语

试卷类型:模拟联考 | 适用省份:不区分 | 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 woman’s real interest?

A.Reading.

B.Writing.

C.Selling.

2.

What does the woman probably want to do?

A.Go to another store.

B.Buy the TV immediately.

C.Ask for a discount.

3.

What are the speakers most likely to be?

A.University students.

B.College teachers.

C.High school students.

4.

What is the woman going to do?

A.Do the man a favor.

B.Water her plants at home.

C.Stay out for a week.

5.

Why does the man feel so upset?

A.He failed in the exam.

B.His parents scolded him.

C.He was called a loser.

听材料,回答问题。

6.What does the man love to do?

A.Shop online.

B.Surf the Net.

C.Travel worldwide.

7.Where did the man visit?

A.The West Lake.

B.The Summer Palace.

C.The Great Wall.

听材料,回答问题。

8.What is If You Are the One?

A.A movie.

B.A book.

C.A TV series.

9.What kind of book does the man like?

A.Love stories.

B.Science fiction.

C.Detective novels.

听材料,回答问题。

10.What makes the man want to change his job?

A.The low salary.

B.Much work pressure.

C.His personal development.

11.What is the woman’s dream job?

A.A professor.

B.An assistant.

C.A lawyer.

12.What does the man think they should have?

A.Further study.

B.A positive attitude.

C.A relaxing holiday.

听材料,回答问题。

13.Where does the man want to go?

A.London.

B.Beijing.

C.Paris.

14.When does the man want to leave?

A.On May 28th.

B.On May 16th.

C.On May 14th.

15.How much is a round-trip ticket?

A. 6, 000 RMB.       B. 9, 000 RMB.      C. 12,000 RMB.

16.How will the man pay for his tickets?

A.In cash.

B.By credit card.

C.Through a digital wallet.

听材料,回答问题。

17.How many ways does the speaker talk about?

A.4.

B.5.

C.6.

18.How much screen time may be the most suitable?

A.Less than 1 hour a day.

B.Less than 2 hours a day.

C.Less than 3 hours a day.

19.What does the speaker suggest people drink?

A.Hot tea.

B.Soft drinks.

C.Low-fat milk.

20.What can bring people energy to do more during the whole day?

A.Having breakfast.

B.Drinking healthily.

C.Eating more fruit.

二、阅读理解

  When the company was small, Google cared a lot about getting kids from Harvard, Stanford, and MIT. But Laszlo Bock, Google’s former Senior Vice President of People Operations, said it was the "wrong" hiring strategy. Experience has taught him that there are exceptional kids at many other places, from state schools in California to those in New York. "What we find is that the best people from places like these are just as good if not better as anybody you can get from any Ivy League school," said Bock, who authored a book titled "Work Rules!".

So what else does Google not care about:

Grades: Google’s data shows that grades predict performance for the first two years of a career, but do not matter after that.

Brain-teasers: Gone are interview questions such as: Why are manhole covers (井盖) round? How many golf balls can fit in a school bus? "Our research tells us those questions are a waste of time," Bock said. "They’re a really coachable skill. The more you practice, the better you get at it."

Here’s what Google does care about:

Problem solvers: Your cognitive (认知的) ability, or how well you solve problems.

Leaders: The idea is not whether you were president of the student body or vice president of a bank, but rather "When you see a problem, do you step in and help solve it?" and then critically, "Are you willing to let somebody else take over, and make room for somebody else? Are you willing to give up power?"

Googleyness: That’s what Google calls its cultural fit. It’s not "Are you like us?" Bock said. "We actually look for people who are different, because diversity gives us great ideas."

"What’s most important is that people are intellectually humble, willing to admit when they’re wrong, and care about the environment around them ...because we want people who think like owners not employees," Bock said.

21.What does Bock mean in Paragraph 1?

A.People from state schools can be as good.

B.Google prefers kids from Ivy League schools.

C.Hiring is a hard job for Google.

D.State schools are worse than Ivy League ones.

22.Which question belongs to a brain-teaser?

A.What are your grades like?

B.What is the significance of the "dead beef"?

C.How would you improve a Google product?

D.How would you solve homelessness in Seattle?

23.Who is a qualified leader according to Google?

A.One eager for power.

B.One solving problems well.

C.One willing to step aside.

D.One operating an organization.

24.What is Googleyness?

A.Being unique.

B.Being diverse.

C.Being qualified.

D.Being loyal.

  It was a cold and wet night. I had just left a local club to travel home when I lost control of my car. I crashed into a car, then hit a tree. The force was so great that it shunted(使移开) the parked car several meters forwards. I was knocked out cold. Worse still, I had no idea that a fire had started under the bonnet(引擎盖)of my car. It then set the tree on fire.

Driving in the car behind me was a young man, who I later found out was called Jared. He saw the accident occur, and stopped to help me out of the burning car. He put his own life in danger when he got into the back seat to try to undo my seat belt. This wasn’t easy because I’d hit the car on my driver’s side and my seat belt was squeezed into the console(操纵台).

With my seat belt undone, Jared then hit open the driver’s window to drag me out as I had still not regained consciousness. He bravely did this while my car and the tree were burning. Woken by the crash, the homeowners came out to investigate. Jared told them to ring emergency services. I was rushed to the Royal Adelaide Hospital in a serious condition. I eventually woke up a day later.

I owe my life to Jared and I consider him a friend due to the special bond. Jared says that although the events of that night initially shocked him, he never once hesitated to help. In addition, he doesn’t believe that he did anything special.

25.What happened to the author in the crash?

A.He was knocked out of his car.

B.He was knocked unconscious.

C.He felt cold because of bleeding.

D.He climbed on the tree to escape fire.

26.Why did Jared get into the back seat?

A.To unfasten the author’s seat belt.

B.To get the author out of the car.

C.To help the author drive the car safely.

D.To put out the burning fire in the car.

27.What is the special bond for the author?

A.Jared’s noble character.

B.The motivation for Jared’s behavior.

C.Jared’s dragging him to safety.

D.His making friends with Jared.

28.Which is the best title for the passage?

A.A narrow escape from death

B.A courageous crash rescue

C.Jared, my best friend

D.A frightening car fire

  Everyone loves a hot shower, except maybe your skin and hair. As it turns out, hot water dries out skin and leaves hair dry and easily broken, Sejal Shah, MD(Doctor of Medicine)in New York City, told Women’s Health. And, if you dye(染) your hair, the color is likely to fade faster once the water gets steamy. To make matters worse, by making your skin lose natural oils, hot showers — above 99 degrees Fahrenheit — may bring about health problems. You may not like it, but the shower temperature that offers the greatest hair and skincare benefits is, well, cold.

Cold showers "strengthen the contractile fibers around pores(毛孔), muscles, and hairs, which improves the firmness of skin", says Carl Thornfeldt, MD with over 30 years of skin research experience. Though many people believe hot showers open and clear pores, it’s actually wiser to close them. "Closing pores helps keep pollution from getting into the skin, at least temporarily."

The benefits of cold showers are numerous, but surely we can’t be expected to stand under cold water shivering every day especially in winter — not to mention that too cold (below the body’s average temperature of 96.6 degrees Fahrenheit) is also bad. Fortunately, Dr. Thornfeldt recommends a happy medium. "The best solution is to take a warm, not too hot shower and then finish off with running cold water for the last few seconds to still gain the rewards of the cold water," he says.

That doesn’t sound too unbearable. Considering the fact that our beloved, steamy showers may cause so much damage to skin and hair, it’s best to switch to slightly warm temperatures to avoid losing natural oils and drying out, especially in winter when indoor heat is already sucking moisture(水分) out of skin. So, when the main part of an extremely comfortable warm shower is completed, finish off with a cool splash. Your hair and skin will thank you!

29.Why does your hair dislike a hot shower?

A.It leads to hair loss.

B.It makes your hair go grey.

C.It makes your hair fragile.

D.It causes hair-related illnesses.

30.How do cold showers benefit skin?

A.They brighten skin color.

B.They make skin stronger.

C.They drive dirt out of skin.

D.They make pores nearly unseen.

31.What does the underlined word "shivering" probably mean?

A.fighting with courage

B.trembling with fear

C.recovering from pain

D.shaking with cold

32.What kind of water is advised to use for showers?

A.Completely cold water.

B.Water as warm as your body.

C.Warm water mainly and cold water at the end.

D.Warm water and cold water by turns.

三、七选五

You probably love your dog more than you love some humans. The level of love and trust you feel toward your pet is probably not different from what you feel toward any other family member. But is the feeling mutual(相互的)?  33  
1.He/She learns your routines.

Trust is understood differently for humans and animals.   34 So the best way to build a relationship with your dog is to make these routines positive interactions. 
2.His/Her eyes say it all.

When dogs and their owners stared into each other’s eyes during a 30-minute period, both of their oxytocin levels increased. Oxytocin has also been called the love hormone and the cuddle(拥抱) hormone.   35 And it is produced when we’re around someone we love and trust. This result could mean that the dogs were trying to form bonds with their owners — definitely a sign of trust. 
3. 36  

Typically, dogs sleep in a place that they are comfortable, so sleeping in an owner’s room could certainly be an indication of comfort. The environment can affect whether your dog settles down in your room or on your bed. However, you may want to carefully weigh your pros and cons before you invite him/her into your bed.
4.He/She doesn’t see you angry often.

  37 But a study suggested that dogs can read your emotions, and they’re less likely to trust you when you’re in a bad mood. When dogs saw the negative behavior, they were less willing to search for the treat. 

A. He/She sleeps in your room.

B. Don’t be angry with your dog.

C. He/She enjoys comfortable places.

D. It’s normal to get annoyed at your dog.

E. Here’s how to tell if your dog trusts you.

F. It’s used to help mothers bond with their babies.

G. Pets rely on routines to feel normal and have happy lives.

四、完形填空

  My mother has a unique way of embarrassing her children. Whenever she gets  38 about something, she jumps up and down, screaming. We  39 this as the "silly dance". As her daughter, I find this  40 embarrassing. Anytime she goes into the silly dance, I will  41 slowly away, smile awkwardly, and  42 to people, "No, she’s not my mother."

Even though my mother brought me much  43 when I was little, and even though she  44 does the silly dance when something goes her way, I now  45 it. Because the silly dance shows just who she is, and it shows that she’s happy.  46 she didn’t do her dance and just obeyed our wishes for "not  47 , Mom", she would compromise who she is. 

I owe a lot of my  48 for the theater to my mother. I now sing publicly like my mother does. And my friends are always doing that  49 awkward smile and usually  50 under their breath, "Carolyn, public." 

So in many ways I’m becoming my mother. I’m not going to   51 singing just because people feel embarrassed at it. I have no  52 that I will embarrass my own children with my performance of the "silly dance". So what? That’s who I am. 

It’s my  53 that everyone should dance to the beat of her own drum, even if the guy next to you gives you a(n)  54 look. I believe in the things that set us  55 . I believe in being myself, no matter how many awkward smiles I  56 . I believe in the idea that never  57 who I am. 

38.

A.excited

B.disappointed

C.confused

D.concerned

39.

A.pick up

B.take up

C.refer to

D.turn to

40.

A.primarily

B.gradually

C.occasionally

D.completely

41.

A.run

B.rush

C.inch

D.pull

42.

A.apologize

B.explain

C.complain

D.respond

43.

A.annoyance

B.support

C.favour

D.courage

44.

A.even

B.ever

C.never

D.still

45.

A.avoid

B.improve

C.enjoy

D.ignore

46.

A.Unless

B.If

C.In case

D.Now that

47.

A.in public

B.in person

C.in advance

D.in vain

48.

A.affection

B.talent

C.sympathy

D.admiration

49.

A.different

B.unusual

C.extra

D.same

50.

A.shouting

B.whispering

C.laughing

D.cheering

51.

A.make up for

B.put up with

C.take to

D.give up

52.

A.doubt

B.idea

C.choice

D.hope

53.

A.advice

B.dream

C.prediction

D.belief

54.

A.comforting

B.special

C.strange

D.appreciative

55.

A.aside

B.away

C.alike

D.apart

56.

A.share

B.receive

C.refuse

D.remember

57.

A.compromise

B.ignore

C.forget

D.suspect

第二部分(非选择题)
五、短文改错

  Mother Nature is a cruel mistress. Why? Read on to find the answer.

Venice

This iconic city is sinking rapidly. The canals that make up the streets of Venice rise 2mm every year, making relics(遗迹) of history go under the surface of water and destroying architecture. Experts warn that without intervention(干预), this city will disappear back into the water at an even faster rate, consumed by rising sea level from melting polar ice caps.
Machu Picchu

These Incan ruins have drawn adventurous tourists into the mountains of South America. The forces of natural erosion(侵蚀) have been accelerated by tourism and this landmark faces severe influence from increasing foot traffic. The Peruvian government recently suggested a cable car that would cut out the intense hike up to the ruins, making the site instantly accessible to millions, but the future of Machu Picchu remains uncertain.
Glacier National Park

Perhaps you’ve heard that the ice caps are melting. But nowhere is more apparent in the United States than in Glacier National Park. Estimates indicate that the glaciers that are part of the beauty of this national landmark will disappear entirely in the next two decades.

The Great Barrier Reef

Hidden from view beneath the waves, the Great Barrier Reef has been rapidly dying off. Nearly fifty percent of coral which once occupied a large area is gone, destroyed by pollution and disease.

58.What can we learn about Machu Picchu?

A.It has no convenient traffic.

B.It’s famous for cable cars.

C.It’s well preserved by the locals.

D.It bears a heavy burden of tourism.

59.Which place probably needs visitors to dive into the water to enjoy its beauty?

A.Venice.

B.Machu Picchu.

C.Glacier National Park.

D.The Great Barrier Reef.

60.What do the above attractions have in common?

A.They all have a long history.

B.They’re all threatened by climate change.

C.They’re all in danger of disappearing.

D.They’re all well-known for natural scenery.

61.

Dear Peter,

How time flies! It had been almost a year since you left China to Sweden. During your homestay at my home, we had such wonderful time that it seemed as if everything had been happened yesterday. I have been long to hear all about you but miss you too much. Fortunate, I was selected as one of the student representative to pay a visit to your school. The visit will last from July 7th to 20th. And as a super soccer fan, I’d really love to visit our local soccer club.

I can’t wait for the day to come what I can see you.
Yours,

Li Hua

六、语法填空

As less people choose to make sugar paintings, the traditional Chinese folk craft might have become a   62 (distance) memory in some ways. However, a 38-year old craftsman, Li Jianzhong, is committed to   63 (keep)the art of sugar painting alive. 

Li worked as a miner for more than ten years. After   64 mine closed down, Li turned  65 housing decoration, until he   66 (force) to give that up due to a finger injury. Earlier this year, he discovered sugar painting, something he really had an interest in. 

Since there was no sugar painting craftsman in his village, he studied by   67 (he) through large quantities of videos and information on the Internet. Li loved painting when he was young, and he found it easy to learn the skill in sugar painting. He soon mastered the skill and could make a   68 (vary) of sugar paintings. A sugar painting is made with   69 (melt) brown or white sugar. Craftsmen   70 (normal) paint animals and flowers on a stone board with the syrup(糖浆). When the sugar cools down,   71 appears is a piece of sugar art.

七、书面表达

72.

假如你是李华,你的英国朋友Peter非常关心你的高考备考情况及你高考后的安排,因此,他来信向你询问相关情况。请你据此给Peter写封回信。

注意:1.词数100左右;

2.可以适当增加细节,以使行文连贯。