浙江省舟山中学2018届5月份仿真考试

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英语试题

命题:舟山中学高三英语备课组

本试卷分第Ⅰ卷(选择题)和第Ⅱ卷(非选择题)。第Ⅰ卷 1 至 8页,第Ⅱ卷8 至9页。满分150分,考试用时120分钟。

请考生按规定用笔将所有试题的答案涂、写在答题卡上,否则无效。

 

第Ⅰ卷

注意事项:

1.答第Ⅰ卷前,考生务必将自己的姓名、准考证号填写在答题卡上。

2.选出每小题答案后,用铅笔把答题卡上对应题目的答案标号涂黑。如需改动,用橡皮擦干净后,再选涂其他答案标号。不能答在本试卷上,否则无效。

 

第一部分 听力 (共两节,满分30分)

做题时,先将答案标在试卷上,录音内容结束后,你将有两分钟的时间将试卷上的答案转涂到答题卡上。

第一节(共5小题;每小题1.5分,满分75分)

听下面5段对话,每段对话后有一个小题,从题中所给的A、B、C三个选项中选出最佳选项,并标在试卷的相应位置。听完每段对话后,你都有10秒钟的时间来回答有关小题和阅读下一小题。每段对话仅读一遍。

1. Which sport does the man think is the most popular?

A. Tennis.                               B. Table tennis       .                    C. Swimming.

2. How many classes does the woman have on Friday?

A. Two.                                  B. Three.                             C. Four.

3. What does the woman plan to do?

A. Take photos of the city.        B. Have a trip on a bike.              C. Take a bus tour.

4. What are the speakers talking about?

A. A car race.                         B. A car accident.                C. A car exihibition

5. What does the man ask the woman to do?

A. Help him close the suitcase.       

B. Carry the suitcase for him.

C. Fasten the locks for him.

第二节 (共15小题;每小题1.5分,满分22.5分)

听下面5段对话或独白,每段对话或独白后有几个小题,从题中所给的A、B、C三个选项中选出最佳选项,并标在试卷的相应位置。听每段对话或独白前,你将有时间阅读各个小题,每小题5秒钟;听完后,各小题将给出5秒钟的作答时间,每段对话或独白读两遍。

听第6段材料,回答第6、7题。

6. What does the man think makes a good teacher?

A. Courage.                                   B. New ideas.                      C. Patience.

7. What do we know about the man when he was in high school?

A. He made progress in math.  

B. He hoped to be a teacher.

C. He didn't study hard.

听第7段材料,回答第8、9题。

8. Where is the man going?

A. To the bank.                 B. To the courthouse.            C. To the drugstore.

9. Why did the woman get a traffic ticket?

A. She drove too fast.      

B. She parked in a wrong place.

C. She passed the crossing at a wrong time.

听第8段材料,回答第10至12题。

10. What is the probable relationship between the speakers?

A. Doctor and nurse. 

B. Doctor and patient.             

C. Employer and employee.

11. What does the man have to do?

A. Send his wife to hospital today.

B. Take time off to look after his daughter.

C. Get back to work by next Friday.

12. What does the man think of the woman?

A. Considerate.                 B. Thoughtless.                    C. Serious.

听第9段材料,回答第13至16题。

13. How was the land when the man's father bought it?

A. It had very few animals on it.

B. It had many native animals on it.

C. It had been opened up by others.

14. How long did it take the land to have a great change?

A. 4 years.                       B. 10 years.                         C. 14 years.

15. What brought about such a great change in fact?

A. The cats and the foxes.

B. The people living there.

C. The damaged environment.

16. What did people believe brought about the problem in the 1970s?

A. The land.                            B. The animals.                    C. The farmers and miners.

听第10段材料,回答第17至20题。

17. What usually follows an English film show?

A. A discussion.               B. A test.                             C. A lecture.

18. When are the talks held?

A. Every second Monday.

B. Every second Wednesday.

C. Every second Friday.

19. What can students benefit from joining the club besides learning English?

A. They can work with famous people.

B. They can be more active than before.

C. They can make new friends.

20. What does the speaker intend to do?

A. Attract new members.          B. Pick out actors.         C. Introduce her school life.

 

第二部分  阅读理解(共两节,满分35分)

第一节 (共10个小题;每小题2.5分,满分25分)

阅读下列短文,从每题所给的A、B、C和D四个选项中,选出最佳选项, 并在答题卡上将该项涂黑。

A

San Francisco Fire Engine Tours
San Francisco Winery Tour

     Running: February 1st through April 30th
     This delicious tour goes through the city on its way to Treasure Island where we will stop at the famous Winery SF. Here you can enjoy 4 pours of some of the best wine San Francisco has to offer. (Included in tickets price)
    Departing from the Cannery: Tell time upon request. 
    Duration(时长):2 hours
    Price: $90
Back to the Fifties Tour
    Running: August 16th through August 31st
    This tour transports you back in time to one of San Francisco’s most fantastic periods, the 1950s! Enjoy fun history as we take you through San Francisco for a free taste of ice cream. 
    Departing from the Cannery: 5:00 pm and 7:00 pm 
    Duration:2 hours
    Price:$90
Spooky Halloween Tour
    Running: October 10th through October 31st 
    Join us for a ride through the historical Presidio district. Authentic fire gear(服装)is provided for your warmth as our entertainers take you to some of the most thrilling parts of San Francisco.
    Departing from the Cannery:6:30 pm and 8:30 pm 
    Duration :1 hour and 30 minutes 
    Price: Available upon request
Holiday Lights Tour
    Running: December 6th through December 23rd
    This attractive tour takes you to some of San Francis’s most cheerful holiday scenes. Authentic fire gear is provided for your warmth as you get into the holiday spirit. 
    Departing from the Cannery: 7:00 pm and 9:00 pm
    Duration: 1 hour and 30 minutes
    Advance reservations required. 

21. Which of the tours is available in March?
   A. San Francisco Winery Tour.                                   B. Back to the Fifties Tour. 
   C. Spooky Halloween Tour.                                       D. Holiday Lights Tour. 
22. What can tourists do on Back to the Fifties Tours?
   A. Go to Treasure Island.                                                  B. Enjoy the holiday scenes. 
   C. Have free ice cream.                                             D. Visit the Presidio district. 
23. What are tourists required to do to go on Holiday Lights Tour?
   A. Take some drinks.                                                 B. Set off early in the morning. 
   C. Wear warm clothes.                                               D. Make reservations in advance. 

B

Hearing the Sweetest Songs

My parents said I lost my hearing as a baby, but I knew I hadn’t lost anything. None of my parts had dropped off. Nothing had changed: I could hear music that was close enough to me. I could also hear my mom when she was in the same room. I could even hear my cat purr if I put my good ear on top of him.

I wasn’t aware of any hearing loss until I began to wear a hearing aid when I started living alone. I noticed it ruined my peace of mind: pencils tapping, phones ringing, and refrigerators humming. Then, I began to discover many things I couldn’t do. I couldn’t tell where sounds came from, nor could I tell fire alarms from burglar alarms. I once missed a job interview because I misheard the address on the phone. For the first time, I had to admit that I had lost something.

Unlike a wheelchair, my disability doesn’t announce itself. When I got jobs, I chose to keep it as a secret. One day a business friend said, “Nicolette, sometimes in meetings you answer the wrong questions. People don’t know you can’t hear, so they think you’re strange, stupid—or just plain rude. It would be better to just tell them.” But I knew if I told, people might see only my disability, and they might forget that I was also a writer, a painter, and a good gardener. I felt disabled and helpless.

This bothered me till I met my husband. One morning at the shore I was listening to the sounds of the sea when my husband said, “Hear the bird?” “What bird?” I listened hard until I heard a tiny sound. If he hadn’t mentioned it I would never have noticed it. As I listened, slowly I began to hear—or perhaps imagine—a distant song. Did I really hear it? Or just heard in my heart what he shared with me? I realized that songs imagined were as sweet as songs heard and songs shared were sweeter still.

This sharing is what both the disabled and non-disabled want. Every one of us, if we live long enough, will become disabled in some way. Let’s share. Now, just let me see your lips when you speak. And ask what you want to know. These are conversations we all should have, and it’s not that hard to begin. 

24. When the author wore the hearing aid, she ________.

   A. felt better prepared for the job interviews

   B. was able to enjoy different sounds

   C. experienced a sense of loss

   D. was teased by others

25. She didn’t tell her disability to others because ________.

   A. people might focus on her hearing loss

   B. she could get the work done as abled

   C. people might be curious about it

   D. she wanted to do more jobs

26. Why did Nicolette write the passage?

   A. To draw people’s attention to the hearing problem.

   B. To tell people not to treat the disabled differently.

   C. To remember the challenges she faced.

   D. To show how much she missed before.

C

A core human need is validation(认可)---that experience of feeling seen and understood. We long for it. We don't feel safety, belonging or mattering without it. According to Oprah Winfrey, who has interviewed thousands upon thousands of people from ordinary folks to world leaders and highly successful business people, they all ask her the same question after the interview: "Did I do OK?"

In seeking validation many people talk without listening first. We are eager to make our next point and be validated. So we don't listen. While the other person is speaking, we are arranging our next piece of brilliance and persuasion in our minds. When we're told we need to be more "present" or even told to talk less, we start out with the best intentions, but soon find ourselves competing for airtime.

As leaders, part of our job is to find our validation elsewhere and give the gift of listening to our team.

Here's how you can help yourself become a more successful listener: ask more questions. Ask questions and actually listen for the answer and keep your mouth closed until it's time to ask the next question. Try keeping the ratio of questions to you offering your opinion at 80% questions to 20% your opinion.

In a team, especially if you are learning to collaborate better, try a few meetings using a device like a talking stick (only the person holding the stick can talk) to ensure that everyone gets equal airtime. The "talking stick" concept comes from Native American traditions but can be any object that is culturally appropriate for your team-even a pen will do.

In the age of organizations as living organisms, listening is the skill that will help your team soar---and give them the emotional experience they long for.

27. Why did people ask "Did I do OK?" after the interview?

A. They are not confident about themselves.         

B. They want to show off before the host.

C. They all long to be validated.                                 

D. They seldom have the chance to be interviewed.

28. What is the second paragraph mainly about?

A. how to seek validation                                            B. why we don't listen

C. when to make our next point                                    D. what is the best intention

29. As a leader, what should you do to be a more successful listener?

A. Find validation in your team.                                  B. Keep your mouth closed.

C. Ask 80 questions and offer 20 opinions.                   D. Raise more questions.

30. For what reason is a talking stick used in some meetings ?

A. To follow Native American traditions                      

B. To help the team rise in spirits

C. To check that everyone gets the same airtime            

D. To strengthen the importance of a meeting

第二节  (共5小题;每小题2分,满分10分)

根据短文内容, 从短文后的选项中选出能填入空白处的最佳选项.选项中有两项为多余选项。

Tips on How to Survive the Exam Season

When it comes to the exam season, a lot of you may feel stressed, depressed or even want to escape. Here we have pieces of advice to help you get it through.

____31_____

During the semester, going to lectures and taking a lot of notes are the first steps in the learning process. Now, at the end of the week, gather all the notes you took during the week and run through your notes quickly. ____32____ If yes, great. If not, you have a lot of time left to understand before the exams take place. You can ask a friend, a teacher, you can look it up on the Internet or go to a library. This takes a little effort, but the results are great.

Switch between different types of revision.

_____33___ Something that really helps is to plan different types of active studying while revising. You can, for example, study using nashcards for an hour, then work on the summary for an hour, then have lunch, etc.

Make the facts more relatable.

There are many different ways to do so. I'm going to give you two examples and the first one is to create vivid images, which can be really helpful for studying history.___34___the second is to make yourself familiar with new words by looking for words that look alike in other languages.

Teach and learn outside of the classroom.

In my experience, teaching is the most efficient way of studying. By explaining the materials to yourself or to someone else, you' ll remember them a lot better.____35____ The idea is to sit down and take turns explaining certain topics of the study material.

Test yourself with past papers.

At the end of the whole study process, you should prepare yourself to do past papers properly. Time yourself, don't cheat, and mark it as if it were your real exam. Pay attention to the mistakes and revise the part you didn't do well on until you can’t get it wrong any more.

A. Prepare yourself in advance.

B. Make sure to be tough on yourself.

C. Even if you are motivated to study, everyone gets bored after a couple of hours of studying.

D. While doing this, constantly ask yourself, "Do I understand what I am reading?”

E. Ask your parents or other family members to act as students and listen to your explanation.

F. Try to imagine how the events took place and this allows you to remember certain details

  more accurately.

G. Look for a study buddy or small study group, and discuss everything you have studied before the exam.

 

第三部分 语言运用 (共两节,满分45)

第一节 完形填空 (共20小题;每小题1.5分,满分30分)

    阅读下面短文,从短文后各题所给的A、B、C和D四个选项中,选出可以填入空白处的最佳选项。

Until I was 13, I assumed I was just like everyone else. But one day I read a piece of paper in my dad’s briefcase that    36    everything. That’s when I saw the words: “Simone is said to have Asperger syndrome (自闭症).”

I screamed at my dad, “Tell me what it is!” He    37    that I have a mild form of brain disorders, which was a problem that shapes the way I interact with other people. I wasn’t sure exactly what he    38   , but it didn’t matter. I just wanted to try to    39    my shock and go back to the way things were before I knew.

But even though I wouldn’t    40    accept the fact, Asperger’s (Asperger syndrome) still destroyed my confidence and made me    41   . I felt like an outcast(被抛弃者) ---not just because Asperger’s made it hard for me to make friends, but because now I had this   42   . I just wanted to be like everyone else.  43   , at 16, I said to myself, “Enough! You can’t run and hide from it, girl. Just face it.”

It’s funny that the first time I thought something was    44    was not because of what I couldn’t do---it was because of what I could do. In the sixth grade, while other kids were    45    with spelling, I was like a human spell-checker! I’ve also had a photographic memory, and what I call my “super powers”--- extrasensory hearing and acute    46   : I can    47     phone numbers people dial just by the sound the buttons make when pressed or    48    hear one incorrect note in an entire symphony! And I can    49   pay attention to two things at once.

Don’t get me wrong. Asperger’s can be very confusing. For years I felt like a butterfly    50   in its cocoon (茧), waiting to fly. It took years of work with a psychologist to get over the   51   of making friends.

I’m not going to let Asperger’s create    52    for me. That’s why I am happy to have found out about and faced my    53   .Asperger’s is a metaphor (象征) for life: We all have     54   , but the key is to be able to have the    55    to face what’s bad about them and still find what’s good.

36. A. prevented

B. improved

C. determined

D. changed

37. A. explained

B. realized

C. apologized

D. suspected

38. A. meant

B. predicted

C. concerned

D. doubted

39. A. admit

B. subscribe

C. recognize

D. ignore

40. A. appropriately

B. consciously

C. previously

D. specially

41. A. anxious

B. stressed

C. lonely

D. ashamed

42. A. memory

B. fate

C. label

D. matter

43. A. Consequently

B. Gradually

C. Fortunately

D. Eventually

44. A. unusual

B. specific

C. uncomfortable

D. awkward

45. A. combining

B. exchanging

C. struggling

D. dealing

46. A. emotion

B. awareness

C. eyesight

D. direction

47. A. look out

B. call out

C. think out

D. make out

48. A. even

B. still

C. ever

D. just

49. A. sensitively

B. fully

C. flexibly

D. firmly

50. A. absorbed

B. buried

C. engaged

D. trapped

51. A. difficulty

B. happiness

C. confidence

D. bravery

52. A. surprises

B. limitations

C. opportunities

D. experiences

53. A. failure

B. desperation

C. disability

D. fear

54. A. talents

B. dreams

C. challenges

D. aims

55. A. ambition

B. courage

C. right

D. chance

 

Ⅱ卷

注意:将答案写在答题卡上。写在本试卷上无效。

第三部分:语言运用(共两节,满分45分)

第二节 (共10小题;每小题1.5分,满分15分)

阅读下面材料,在空白处填入适当的内容(1个单词)或括号内单词的正确形式。

With the  56  (arrive) of the digital age, some traditional occupations like teacher, doctor and lawyer have lost favor among young people. Instead, they intend to choose jobs  57  are related to the Internet. It is shown in the 2017 Blue Book of China's Society that more than 85 percent of Chinese people younger than 26 chose professional electronic gamer   58  social media writer as their ideal job. However, China is not alone. According to   59  survey by UK-based travel firm First Choice, more than a third of the young people   60   (involve) would like to be a You Tuber, a person who   61   (create) his or her own You Tube videos. And nearly a fifth wanted to work as a blogger,   62  (write) content for the Internet. How does this trend come about? It can be   63  (large) attributed to the fact that these new occupations enable young people to work for their dreams, not just for money. "These new jobs are where the biggest attractions lie: creativity, fame and the opportunity for self-expression, commented The Sun.

Despite the popularity   64  new occupations, experts still suggest that young people stay wise when they choose one because not everybody is   65  (suit) or has the ability for it.

  

第四部分  写作(共两节,满分40分)

第一节 应用文写作(满分15分)

假如你是高三学生李华,从互联网上得知某中小学培训机构要面向高中毕业生招聘暑期兼职英语教师,你很感兴趣,请写一封电子邮件申请该职位。

主要内容包括:

  1. 自我介绍;
  2. 希望获准。

注意:

1. 词数80左右;

2. 可以适当增加细节,以使行文连贯;

3. 文中不得出现真实校名。

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第二节:概要写作(满分25分)
  阅读下面短文,根据其内容写一篇60词左右的内容概要。

That cold January night, I was growing sick of my life in San Francisco. There I was, walking home at one in the morning after a tiring practice at the theatre. With opening night only a week away, I was still learning my lines. I was having trouble dealing with my part-time job at the bank and my acting at night at the same time. As I walked, I thought seriously about giving up both acting and San Francisco. City life had become too much for me.

As I walked down empty streets under tall buildings, I felt very small and cold. I began running, both to keep warm and to keep away from any possible robbers. Very few people were still out except a few sad-looking homeless people under blankets.

About a block from my apartment, I heard a sound behind me. I turned quickly, half expecting to see someone with a knife or a gun. The street was empty. All I saw was a shining streetlight. Still, the noise had made me nervous, so I started to run faster. Not until I reached my apartment building and unlocked the door did I realize what the noise had been. It had been my wallet falling to the sidewalk.

Suddenly I wasn’t cold or tired anymore. I ran out of the door and back to where I’d heard the noise. Although I searched the sidewalk anxiously for fifteen minutes, my wallet was nowhere to be found.

Just as I was about to give up the search, I heard the garbage truck pull up to the sidewalk next to me. When a voice called from the inside, “Alisa Camacho?” I thought I was dreaming. How could this man know my name? The door opened, and out jumped a small red-haired man with an amused look in his eye. “Is this what you’re looking for?” he asked, holding up a small square shape.

It was nearly 3 A.M. by the time I got into bed. I wouldn’t get much sleep that night, but I had gotten my wallet back. I also had gotten back some enjoyment of city life. I realized that the city couldn’t be a bad place as long as people were willing to help each other.

 

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