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2017年河南、河北、山西、湖北、湖南、江西、安徽省七所名校高三联英语

试卷类型:模拟联考 | 适用省份:全国 | 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 will the man do?

A.Go for a walk.

B.Visit his mother.

C.Walk the dog.

2.

Where will the speakers spend their weekend?

A.At home.

B.On the beach.

C.At the theatre.

3.

What is probably wrong with Linda’s computer?

A.Its power has run out.

B.It’s attacked by a virus.

C.Its hard drive breaks down.

4.

What did Adam do?

A. He made the carpet dirty.

B. He wiped his feet.

C. He forgot to clean the carpet.

5.

What does the man mean?

A.The library has no locker.

B.The library is too big to avoid thieves.

C.The library is not as safe as imagined.

听材料,回答问题。

6.What does the woman look for?

A.A river.

B.A bridge.

C.A station.

7.How long does it take to go there on foot?

A.About 5 minutes.

B.About 15 minutes.

C.About 50 minutes.

听材料,回答问题。

8.Where does the conversation take place?

A.At a job center.

B.At a ticket office.

C.At a training center.

9.What should the man turn in in person?

A.The resume.

B.The application form.

C.The reference.

听材料,回答问题。

10.Who wants a dog?

A.The man.

B.The woman.

C.The woman’s son.

11.Where did the woman go yesterday?

A.An animal shelter.

B.A pet store.

C.An animal farm.

12.Why did the woman leave the dog there yesterday?

A.Her son asked to do so.

B.She didn’t like the dog.

C.She didn’t take enough money.

听材料,回答问题。

13.Where does Barry work?

A.In a car repair shop.

B.In a sales company.

C.In an English college.

14.How does Ms. Jones like Barry’s job?

A.It’s challenging.

B.It’s boring.

C.It’s interesting.

15.What is Ms. Jones?

A.A school teacher.

B.A college student.

C.A sales manager.

16.What kind of vehicle does Barry want?

A.A white Jeep.

B.A red sport car.

C.A blue truck.

听材料,回答问题。

17.Why did Colleen drive more carelessly?

A.She was angry with Simon.

B.She was in a hurry.

C.No police were around.

18.What did Simon remind Colleen to do?

A.Stop at stop signs.

B.Bring her driving license.

C.Drive below the speed limit.

19.Which city will Colleen send the package to?

A.Los Angeles.

B.New Orleans.

C.New York.

20.What happened when Colleen started her car again?

A.A policeman turned up.

B.A car accident happened.

C.Simon stopped her.

二、阅读理解

  Beaches, rainforests, samba, soccer... and, most importantly, people: it’s hard not to fall for Brazil. In Aug., CNN released a list of things Brazil does better than anywhere else. The following are four of them.

Playfulness

It’s a key part of the Brazilian personality: a willingness to laugh at themselves and their awkward situations and to welcome others in on the joke. But despite their problems, Brazilians can put them aside and center their awareness completely on the here and now, which is something the rest of the world could learn from.
Music

Brazil is a music universe, unrivaled (无与伦比的) in diversity of musical styles, instruments and rhythms. The world knows samba, a mix of European marches and African drumming, and bossa nova, a slower samba infused(注入) with French impressionism and American jazz. But Brazil’s diverse population moves to the beat of many different drummers.

Partying

Celebrating is a priority for Brazilians, whether it’s on a large scale or just a backyard barbecue. They throw two of the world’s biggest parties, Carnival (The street carnival of Rio de Janeiro is designated by Guinness World Records as the largest carnival in the world.), and the New Year’s Reveillon celebration.

Kisses

Getting to know people in Brazil is a fast-track process.They don’t care too much about personal and emotional space. A kiss on both cheeks is traditional for a male who has been introduced to an adult female, and two more kisses are given when leaving. In most of Brazil, there are two air kisses given in greetings. The first always goes to the right cheek, the second to the left.

21.What can the world learn from Brazilians?

A.Keep the work-life balance.

B.Attempt to live in the moment.

C.Take part in cultural activities.

D.Express emotions openly and boldly.

22.How should a man by tradition greet a woman whom he is introduced to?

A.Through air kisses.

B.Through a warm hug.

C.Through cheek kissing.

D.Through a firm handshake.

23.What’s the author’s purpose of writing the passage?

A.To call on people to visit Brazil.

B.To highlight the customs of Brazil.

C.To present parts of Brazil’s best bits.

D.To show the characteristics of Brazilians.

  When it comes to writing work emails, there are many rules to follow. In the past, people always wanted to come across as someone who’s calm and professional, which workplace manners experts say means they wanted to hold back their love for emoticons(表情符号) while on the job.

But language is always changing, and a recent national survey in the US found that 76 percent of Americans said that they had used emoticons in digital communication at work. The most popular emoticon is the happy face.

Lindsey Pollak, a US career coach who works with Millennials(千禧一代), has also noticed that emoticons have gone from being inappropriate for the workplace to being accepted. The reason behind this, according to her, is largely due to the changing of people in a particular age group of the workforce. Millennials are now the biggest generation in the American workforce. "A few years ago, emoticons were absolutely seen as very young and very personal," Pollak said. "Over the past few years... I’ve seen emoticons become more acceptable. I see them more frequently not just from Millennials but from all generations at the workplace."

"People tend to use emoticons to just add that little bit of extra change in the tone when there’s something awkward or potentially offensive, or when they might take in things in the wrong way," explains Lauren Collister, a sociolinguist. In life and work, many of us have used emoticons to send positive atmosphere or soften statements.
Pollak, however, warns against being too casual at work. Her advice is to be aware of who the audience is."Frankly, I wouldn’t use a happy face with any CEO in the US. I wouldn’t use a happy face with the people of a certain level no matter how commonplace and acceptable it has become," she said. "You can make or break a relationship with one email these days."

24.What does the author say about past working people?

A.They were calm and professional.

B.They used more serious emoticons.

C.They were not fond of emoticons.

D.They avoided using emoticons at the workplace.

25.What can people use emoticons to do at the workplace?

A.Make it personal to communicate.

B.Keep up with the trend of the times.

C.Show a positive attitude to the receiver.

D.Help them share their ideas and feelings.

26.What can we learn from the last paragraph?

A.Emoticons should be used with caution.

B.There are strict limitations on emoticon using.

C.All the US CEOs are against the use of emoticons.

D.Emoticons can greatly help bring people closer.

27.What’s the writer’s attitude towards the use of emoticons at work?

A.Subjective.

B.Objective.

C.Doubtful.

D.Opposing.

  I went nose to nose with a mouse last week, and I’d rather not say who won.

I was cooking when my friend phoned me to help her catch a mouse she had found in the kitchen. The mouse was under the fridge when I arrived. The cat was standing guard, slowly swinging its tail. I tried to put a broom handle beneath the fridge to force it out, but there were too many wires. My friend pulled up a chair at the table and I pulled a chair beside the fridge, armed with a plastic box as my trap. It was a good plan, but as is usually the case, it didn’t go according to plan.
After a while, the mouse put its head out. I knelt down on the floor in front of the fridge and angled the box to create a no-escape trap. The mouse moved out farther and I put the box down immediately. Unfortunately, the only thing inside the box was the mouse’s tail, still attached to the mouse, which was now struggling with its little legs in an attempt to take to its heels. The cat just sat.  

The mouse crawled(爬) up on the broom handle I’d used earlier, and we were now eyeball to eyeball. If I’d wanted to — and I didn’t — I could have seized it with my teeth. I shouted I needed something else to get the mouse. My friend handed me another container. I lowered box two over the mouse’s body, still on the broom handle, with its tail still in box one. Despite my two-box move, the mouse escaped and shot back under the fridge.
Shortly after I left, my friend found the mouse. It was bathed in the sunlight in her bedroom. The cat was sitting next to it, enjoying the rays as well. She said they were a cute couple. Learning from my mistakes, she got a box — and a lid — and said the mouse all but jumped in the box and helped her seal the lid. Just a small change brought about an unexpected result.

28.What does the last sentence in Paragraph 2 suggest?

A.The plan ended in failure.

B.The plan wasn’t worth carrying out.

C.The plan wasn’t carried out properly.

D.The plan proved to be an unexpected one.

29.What does the underlined part "take to its heels" mean?

A.Go back.

B.Stand up.

C.Fight back.

D.Get away.

30.What were the mouse and the cat doing in the bedroom?

A.Enjoying the harmony.

B.Comforting each other.

C.Celebrating the escape.

D.Appreciating the view.

31.Who had the last laugh?

A.The author.

B.The author’s friend.

C.The mouse.

D.The cat.

Some people call it a traveling museum. Others refer to it as a living or open-air museum. Built in Brazil to honor Columbus’ first voyage to the New World, the Nina, a Columbus-era replica(复制品)ship, provides visitors with an accurate visual of the size and sailing equipment of Columbus’ favorite ship from over 500 years ago.
  I joined the crew of the Nina in Gulf Shores, Alabama, in February 2013. As part of a research project sponsored by my university, my goal was to document my days aboard the ship in a blog. I quickly realized that I gained the most valuable insights when I observed or gave tours to school-age children. The field-trip tour of the Nina is hands-on learning at its best. In this setting, students could touch the line, pass around a ballast stone(压舱石), and move the extremely large tiller that controlled the direction of the ships in Columbus’ days. They soon came to understand the labor involved in sailing the ship back in his time. I was pleased to see the students become active participants in their learning process.
  The Nina is not the only traveling museum that provides such field trips. A visit to Jamestown Settlement, for example, allows visitors to board three recreations of the ships that brought the first settlers from England to Virginia in the early 1600s. Historical guides, dressed in period costumes, give tours of the Susan Constant, Godspeed, and Discovery. These guides often portray a character that would have lived and worked during that time period. Students touring these ships are encouraged to interact with the guides in order to better understand the daily life in the past.
  My experience on the Nina helps testify(证实)my long-held belief that students stay interested, ask better questions, and engage(参与)in higher-order thinking tasks when they are actively engaged in the learning process. The students who boarded the Nina came as passive learners. They left as bold explorers.  

32.What occupation is the author engaged in?

A.Shipping.

B.Education.

C.Ecological tourism.

D.Museum administration.

33.Which of the following is true about the Nina introduced in the passage?

A.She is a replica of a ship that Columbus built in Brazil.

B.She is always crowded with foreign tourists during holidays.

C.She is the boat Columbus sailed in his voyage to the New World.

D.She displays what Columbus’ ship was like and how it operated.

34.What is the third paragraph mainly about?

A.Guidelines for visitors on the ships.

B.Life of the first settlers in Jamestown Settlement.

C.Duties of the guides in the British museums.

D.Introduction to another museum similar to the Nina.

35.What does the author mean by the last two sentences of the passage?

A.The students are interested in becoming tour guides.

B.The experience has changed the students’ learning attitude.

C.The students become brave and are ready to sail the seas on their own.

D.The museums are successful in teaching the students survival skills at sea.

三、七选五

When we are grown-ups, it’s quite natural to look back on our different stages of life and remember who was there to see us through. 36 While some people’s high school friendships gradually end, mine have stuck with me through every bit of life since. And I suppose high school friends are the friends you’ll build the strongest relationships with.  

  37 Whether it is the bad haircut or the braces(牙箍)you wear, your high school friends help you through it all. They tell you that you look wonderful when you cannot go out in public with that hairdo.   38  

They understand the most about you. High school friends know you better than anyone else. They can just look at you and know how you’re feeling. You cannot hide much from them.   39 And they’d rather help deal with the problem at hand than let it go. So even when you don’t want to hear it, prepare yourself — because they’re not going to stop trying until you’re back to your normal self.  

They make for the best reunion. Reunions are harder to organize when friends live across the country. However, with high school friends, it’s easy to enjoy the time together — you can often pick up just where you left off, no matter how long ago that was. Friendships can be hard to keep.   40  

A. We could depend on our friends all the time.
B. They are with you through your embarrassing stages.

C. They can sense something is off when you’re the slightest bit strange.

D. For me, I often think about my fantastic group of high school friends.
E. They build up your self-confidence to get you through each tough situation.

F. Let’s pray the flower of friendship would always bloom brightly in our hearts.

G. But it never seems like hard work with the ones you’ve known and loved for long.

四、完形填空

  For me, two of the loveliest words in English are "Life persists".

I  41 them years ago as a college student, sitting in the library,   42 , working on a paper. Out of nowhere, those words came   43 off the page in a quote (引语): "In the midst of death life persists, in the midst of   44 truth persists, in the midst of darkness light persists."  

Suddenly I wasn’t unhappy and impatient any more. Then I   45 my granddad. I loved to talk with him. And I was   46 to hear what he’d think of it. He had poor hearing, so I had to   47 it a few times, but once he   48 it, he laughed. "All I can say to that is totally   49 ," he said on the phone. I told him how glad I was, after a long winter, to finally see spring and   50 to find that quote. "Why is that?" he asked. "Well, spring is a sure   51 that life persists. And it just makes me   52 ." 

He laughed again, and then   53 his lovely voice, he recited for me his  54 "spring time" words: "The desert shall rejoice (高兴), and   55 as the rose does... even with joy and singing." 

Many years later,  56 my husband and I drove across a desert with many wildflowers and blooming(盛开的) cactuses, I could   57 hear my granddad laughing: "The desert shall rejoice." 

Life persists, and so do we, in the silence of   58 and the blooming of cactuses; and in the dead of   59 and the green of spring. Spring   60 us that we’re alive forever. 

41.

A.looked for

B.happened on

C.picked out

D.made up

42.

A.bored

B.concentrated

C.tired

D.confused

43.

A.running

B.dancing

C.rushing

D.moving

44.

A.fear

B.accusation

C.suspicion

D.untruth

45.

A.called

B.visited

C.consulted

D.informed

46.

A.patient

B.confident

C.upset

D.desperate

47.

A.copy

B.print

C.repeat

D.recite

48.

A.got

B.made

C.undertook

D.managed

49.

A.puzzlement

B.scepticism

C.agreement

D.disapproval

50.

A.practically

B.especially

C.obviously

D.naturally

51.

A.way

B.inspiration

C.remark

D.sign

52.

A.astonished

B.energetic

C.merry

D.alive

53.

A.in

B.with

C.of

D.beyond

54.

A.impressive

B.superb

C.classical

D.favorite

55.

A.exist

B.flower

C.survive

D.sow

56.

A.after

B.when

C.until

D.although

57.

A.hardly

B.always

C.almost

D.mostly

58.

A.journeys

B.words

C.world

D.desert

59.

A.winter

B.spring

C.summer

D.autumn

60.

A.convinces

B.assures

C.reminds

D.strikes

第二部分(非选择题)
五、语法填空

More than 1,250 lit stalls(货摊)brighten the center of Thailand’s capital city,   61 (provide) a multicolored sight. The shelter,   62 is designed for the thousands of traders and shoppers at Bangkok’s night market, has become an    63 (attract) itself. 

The market, which   64 (call) Train Night Market Ratchada in English, was opened in January 2015 and has become   65 popular spot for locals and tourists. Software engineer Prasad Ambati visited the market and took the landscape photographs from a nearby car park. "Those   66 (color) tents and people shopping, eating at stalls and the flashing lights were great. The tents made me think of a giant painting."  

This is   67 (primary) a market that sells yesteryear(旧时) goods, old-fashioned   68 (collection) of clothes, motorbikes, and second-hand toys. There are also plenty of general market things for sale,   69 cheap clothes, shoes, bags, and other fashion items. But above all it’s one of the best places for street food, open-air bars with live music frequently   70 (perform) all over.

六、短文改错

71.Smart phones had become part of our daily life. No matter who we are, we can see people busy play with their smart phones. Smart phones benefit them. They help us escape the pressures of life and get informations. However, if we spend too much time on them, we won’t have time to contact face to face our friends and family. And our life, study and work will hurt. In my view, we should limit to our using smart phones except for a purpose of learning. Meanwhile it’s absolute necessary for us to take part in more outdoors activities.

七、书面表达

72.

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1.特色(如词汇量、用法、例句等方面);

2.使用心得。

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3.开头和结尾已给出,不计入总词数。

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