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  • ID:4-5434014 江西省临川区2018-2019学年高二上学期学业水平发展考试英语试题 扫描版缺答案

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    2018年黑龙江省高中学业水平测试 英语试题 (时间:120分钟 满分:150分) 第一部分听力部分(共20小题,每小题1.5分,满分30分) 第一节(共5小题:每小题1.5分,满分7,5分) 听下面5段对话,每段对话后有一个小题,从題中所给的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秒钟的时间回答有关小题和阅读下一小题,每段对话仅读一遍 1. What will the woman do today? A. Have lunch with the man B Buy a pair of glasses C. See a doctor 2.What are the speakers probably talking about? A. Fred's fault B.A careless mistake C.A car accident 3. Where is the man now? A. At home B. In the office C. In a restaurant 4. Why don't the jeans suit the woman? A. She bought the wrong size. B.She isn't as strong as before. C. She gained much weight. 5. What are the speakers doing? A. Looking around an apartment. B Doing the laundry(洗衣服) C. Shopping 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 day is it when the conversation takes place? A. Monday B. Saturday C Sunday 7. What will the man do with the furniture? A. Ask the woman for help. B Carry it home on his own. C. Have it delivered 听第7段材料,回答第8、9题。 8. Why does Paul look upset? A.He has no idea how to do his assignment. B. He can't find the photos he took in London. C. He can't decide which country to visit. 9. What will Paul's article be about? A. His family B. His trips. C. The history of Paris 听第8段材料,回答第10至12题。 10. Where did the woman study as an exchange student? A. In Italy. B In America C. In France 11. Who needs some advice? A. Mike B. Danielle C. Emily. 12. What did Danielle's mother think of the man? A Open-minded B Sensitive C Impolite 听第9段材料,回答第13至16题。 13. What does Vivian dislike about Aunt Wang? A. Her food B. Her rules C. Her bad habits 14. How does Vivian feel about eating at Grandmas? A. Nervous B. Angry C Relaxed 15. Who will have a basketball game tonight? A. Charles B. Flora C. Lily 16. What will Charles do next week? A. Hold a party. B. Visit Vivian C Eat at Aunt Wang's 听第10段材料,回答第17至20题。 17. What is the main topic of the speech? A. Vacation plans. B. The housing office. C Check-out procedures 18. When does the speech take place A. After final exams B. Just before the New Year. C. Near the end of the school year. 19. How much will the students be fined for not returning the keys? A. $3 B.S25 C.S35 20. What should the students fill in the forms? A. Any damage to their rooms. B. Their present addresses. C. Questions about the housing office 第二部分阅读理解(共两节,满分40分) 第一节(共5小题;每小题2分,满分30分) A Summertime is a great opportunity for kids to learn how to work and earn a little bit of spending money. If your child needs a summer job,here are a few options to consider Lemonade/Cookie Stand Benefits Your child will be his own boss, set his own price, and run the show. It's a great introduction to running his own business. Limited Start-up Costs: The things used to make lemonade are cheap, so your child should be able to get back his investment with a handful of sales. What Kids Learn About Money: Your child will learn a very valuable lesson about pricing. The price of his lemonade will decide how much he can sell, if he will recover his investment and the amount of profit Yard Work Benefits: Repeated Customers: If a homeowner needs help raking (耙地) this year, he’ll probably want help again next year. Your child should be able to maintain a regular set of customers after one season. Safety: Yard work is generally safer than a lawn-mowing job. Without having to operate machines, your child will be much safer. What Kids Learn About Money: Because of the variability(易变性) in pay, your child will need to learn how to negotiate(谈判)a fair price with homeowners if they ask. Lifeguard Benefits Responsibility: Kids learn a lot about responsibility when lifeguarding. They are within rights to tell whether a certain activity is safe and are allowed to take action as they see fit Exercise: Lifeguards need to be proficient at swimming and must exercise to stay in shape. What Kids Learn About Money: To be a lifeguard, one must be certified. Your child may have to pay for lifeguard training, although some employers provide it on-site. 21. What are the benefits of selling lemonade or cookies for children? a. To learn how to run a business. b. To own repeated customers. c. To learn profit and loss. d. To lower the risk of losing money. A.abc B. acd C. bed D. abd 22. Which is suitable if you want your child to learn communication and negotiation? A. Lemonade/Cookie Stand. B. Yard Work C. Lifeguard. D. All of the above. 23. If your kid wants to be a lifeguard, he or she has to do all the following EXCEPT A. keeping a good figure B. excelling at swimming C. receiving training for free D. learning to take action when necessary B The greatest recent social changes have been in the lives of women. During the twentieth century there has been a remarkable shortening of the proportion of woman’s life spent in caring for the children.A woman marrying at the end of the nineteenth century would probably have been in her middle twenties, and would be likely to have seven or eight children,four or five of whom lived, till they were five years old. By the time the youngest was fifteen, the mother would have been in her early fifties and would expect to live a further twenty years, during which health made it unusual for her to get paid work. Today women marry younger and have fewer children. Usually a woman's youngest child will be fifteen when she is forty-five years and can be expected to live another thirty-five years and is likely to take paid work until retirement at sixty. Even while she has to take care of children, her work is lightened by modern living conditions. This important change in women's life-patterns has only recently begun to have its full effect on women's economic position. Even a few years ago most girls took a full-time job after they left school. However, when they married, they usually left work at once and never returned to it. Today the school-leaving age is sixteen; many girl stay at school after that age, and though women usually marry older, more married women stay at work at least until shortly before their first child is born. Many more afterwards return to full-or-part-time work. Such changes have led to a new relationship in marriage, with the husband accepting a greater share of the duties and satisfactions of family life,and with both husband and wife sharing more equally in providing the money,and running the home,according to the abilities and interests of each of them. 24.Which of the following is the topic of this passage? A. The marriage of women:past and present. B. Women and their jobs. C. The social changes in the lives of women. D. Women’s role in family life. 25.At the beginning of the twentieth century, the amount of time the women spent taking care of children_________. A. was shorter than in previous centuries B. Was longer than in previous centuries C. Was considered to be surprisingly long D. Accounted for a great part of their lives 26.According to the passage, it is now quite usual for women to ________. A. stay at home after leaving school B. marry men younger than themselves C. start working again later in life D. marry while still at school 27.What can be inferred from the last sentence? A. The husband tends to share greater share of duties of family life. B. In the past,the husband used to provide money for the family while the wife ran the home. C. The wife does not have her own abilities and interests. D. Both the husband and the wife should be satisfied with their family life. C Ten years ago I used to be very fit.I rode a bike to work and I got a lot of exercise at weekends.I used to play tennis a lot and go for long walks.In those days I didn’t earn very much.I had a job in an office.It wasn’t a very good job but I had a lot of time to do the things I enjoyed. Then,about eight years ago,I got a much better job.The pay was better,but the hours were a lot longer.I bought a car and drove to work every day.I began to take people out to lunch.And I began to put weight,too.I stopped playing tennis and going for long walks at weekends because I just didn’t have any time for things like those any more. There’s a lot of stress in my job.Perhaps that’s why I started drinking more than I used to.For example,I used to have only half a glass of whisky when I got home,but then I started filling my glass to the top,and instead of having one glass,I would have several.I started smoking a lot,too.I never used to smoke at all. Two months ago I had a heart attack.At first I just couldn’t believe it.Luckily it wasn’t very serious.The doctor advised me to work less and get more exercise.But I just haven’t any time! My job takes everything out of me! Sometimes I wonder if I should get another job.Perhaps I could do something as I used to .But if I do that,I won’t earn as much. I have a family to support, I have to think of them,too.I just don’t know what I should do.What do you think? 28. Compared with ten years ago,what is worse for the author now? A. His job B.His pay C.His means of transport D.His health 29. According to the passage,when the author got the better job,which of the following is NOT true? A. He got higher pay B.His working hours weren’t long. B. He found it very stressful. D.He had little free time at weekends. 30. After the author had a heart attack,the doctor advise him ______________. A. not to work any longer B.to take a long vacation abroad. B. to stop smoking and take exercise D.not to eat out any more 31. What can we learn about the author? A. The author is not sure what he should do now. B. The author has taken the doctor’s advice already. C. The author has got another new job. D. The author feels much better now. D To get in shape soon, some people use "quick"methods without realizing that these methods can put their overall health in danger. For example, t hey lose weight by eating fat-free food. It's true that consuming fewer fats can help you get in shape sooner, but low fat foods like dried fruits, nuts, beans,etc. actually contain high amounts of calories. For example, fruit juice contains no fat, but has high calories, So drinking more than one glass of fruit juice won't help in losing weight. To rely only on fruit and vegetable juice to lose weight is also a wrong method. By replacing your meal with only juice. you decrease the calorie intake greatly. It’ll help lose weight, but it can make you suffer from lack of energy, headaches, stomach disorders, et.c It’s true that exercise helps to keep healthy weight, but itll probably not help you much if you don’t take care of your diet by reducing your calorie intake. If you believe you can exercise every day and eat as much as you want. you re erroneous. For healthy weight loss, you need to burn more calories than you consume. So, you need to limit the intake of food. Wrong weight loss methods are dangerous. So if in doubt, you’d better ask a doctor before starting weight loss routine. Luckily, it's possible to lose weight with healthy methods, For example, follow healthy food habits, exercise regularly for 20-30 minutes every day, and go on with a healthy lifestyle even after you lose weight. Anyway, as excess weight isn’t gained overnight, it cannot be lost in a short time either. Give yourself some time. Although healthy methods may take a bit longer to work, they’re surely good for your body. 32. We can know from the first paragraph that_________. A. most people don’t lose weight safely B .fruit juice is low in fat and calories C. eating high fat foods helps lose weight D, losing weight too fast is possibly harmful 33. Relying on a liquid diet to lose weight is wrong because it___________. A. reduces the calorie intake greatly B. doesn't help you to lose weight fast C.can cause a few health problems D makes you skip meals 34. How can we get more calories burnt than we consume? A. By having more rest. B By eating fruit juice C By reducing stress. D. By eating less food for meals 35. What can be inferred from the last paragraph? A. We should be patient with losing weight. B. We can actually lose weight safely and easily C. Regular exercise is enough for us to lose weight. D.We don't have to consider our doctor's advice 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。选项中有两项是多余选项。 If stress repeatedly keeps you from sleeping,you should see a doctor. 36 The following are ways to deal with stress. 37 Running, walking, playing tennis, and working in your garden are just some of the activities you might try. You should make every effort to get enough rest and eat well. If you easily get angry and cant sleep well enough, or if you're not eating properly, it will be more likely that you will fall into stressful situations. 38 Schedule time for both work and entertainment. Don’t forget play can be just as important to your health as work. 39 Go window-shopping or work on a hobby. Allow yourself at least half an hour each day to do something you enjoy. Stress can result from disorganization and a feeling that"there’s so much to do, but you do not have enough time ". Make a list of everything you have to do. 40 Remember: do one thing at a time, and check off each task as it is completed. A .However, it is possible to prevent stress as well as reducing its effect when it cant be avoided. B.You’d better get into good living habits. C.You need a break from your daily routine to just relax and have fun. D.It is impossible to live completely free of stress. E.Set out to do the most important task first. F.Trying releasing the pressure through exercise is probably a good choice. G.Stress can influence people’s thoughts and feelings. 第三部分 英语知识运用(共两节,满分45分) 第1节 完形填空(共20小题:每小题1.5分,满分30分) Half a year before graduation from college, my son began to seek a job. 41 the financial crisis, fewer companies would like to 42 new staff. My son targeted a company that was 43 to employ only one person 44 there were more than 20 people filing their resumes(简历). After the interview, there would only be who could enter the final round, which would later 45 one person to be employed. Everything seemed to go quite 46 and my son passed the first round and entered the final round in a week. On the day of the final interview, my son and the 47 two candidates arrived at the interview place on time, 48 the test. The interview was unbelievably 49. The interviewer only said to them, "All of you are very super. Please go home and wait for our 50 . We will tell you the 51 in 3 days. Good luck to all of you. On the morning of the third day, my son received a text from the company shortly after breakfast that he was not employed. We all felt very 52 . In nightfall that day, my son suddenly told me 53 on phone, "Dad, I have been employed! "Greatly surprised, I could not wait to ask him, " What's the whole 54 ? " My son told me that he received another text saying that he was employed. Actually the first text sent to my son was also 55 of the test in the interview. Three men received the same text this morning and only my son's 56 was"thank you"while the others said goodbye. Only then did I know that my sons hope 57 in that way. That is, when you feel disappointed, do not 58 to say "thank you"to the one who disappoints you. Saying "thank you"shows respect for others work and shows your great 59 . Therefore, while under the same condition,you will get the upper hand in terms of 60 compared with others! 41. A.Due to B.As to C.By way of D.Thanks to 42. A.promote B.train C.discover D.employ 43. A.encouraged B.allowed C.intended D.supposed 44. A.since B.while C.because D.if 45. A.decide B.attract C.meet D.represent 46. A.slowly B.secretly C.smoothly D.silently 47. A.other B.another C.neither D.either 48. A.watching over B.waiting for C.thinking about D.looking into 49. A.formal B.funny C.simple D. strange 50. A.advisement B.order C.notice D.suggestion 51. A.choice B.result C.mark D.idea 52. A.annoyed B.puzzled C.shocked D.disappointed 53. A.doubtfully B.calmly C.excitedly D.worriedly 54. A.opinion B.matter C.attitude D.tip 55. A.middle B.ending C.course D.part 56. A.reply B.way C.problem D.question 57. A.came B.grew C.changed D.advised 58. A.expect B.regret C.dislike D.forget 59. A.curiosity B.unselfishness C.honour D.humor 60. A.abilities B.opportunities C.faults D.shortcomings 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(一个单词),或括号内单词的正确形式。 第4部分 One morning, I was waiting at the bus stop, worried about 61 (be) late for school. There were many people waiting at the bus stop, some of 62 looked very anxious and 63 (disappoint). When the bus finally came, we all hurried on board. I got a place next 64 the window, so I had a good view of the sidewalk. A boy on a bike caught my attention. He was riding beside the bus and waving his arms. I 65 (hear) a passenger behind me shouting to the driver but he refused 66 (stop) until we reached the next stop. Still, the boy kept 67 (ride). He was carrying something over his shoulder and shouting.Finally,when we came to the next stop, the boy ran up to the door of the bus. I heard an excited conversation. Then the driver stood up and asked, " 68 anyone lose a suitcase at the last stop?” A woman on the bus shouted, “Oh, dear! It's 69 (I).” She pushed her way to the driver and took the suitcase thankfully. Everyone on the bus began talking about what the boy had done, and the crowd of strangers 70 (sudden)became friendly to one another. 第5部分 写作(共两节,满分35分) 第1节 短文改错(共10小题;每小题1分,满分10分) 假定英语课上老师要求同桌之间交換修改作文,请你修改你同桌写的以下作文。文中共有10处语言错误,每句中最多有两处。每处错误仅涉及一个单词的增加、删除或修改 增加:在缺词处加一个漏字符号(A),并在其下面写出该加的词 删除:把多余的词用斜线()划掉。 修改:在错的词下划一横线,并在该词下面写出修改后的词。 注意:1.每处错误及其修改均仅限一词; 2.只允许修改10处,多者(从第11处起)不计分。 Dear Mum, This afternoon, our teacher asked us list what our parents had done for us. I write down a lot of good sides Time passes quickly, isn’t it? It is three years when I became a high school student. Looking back on the progresses that I have made so far, I really appreciate for your support. I know that without your properly guidance, I would not have done so well. However, what still makes me puzzling is how to make my dream to go to the top university come true. Please continue to lend I a hand. I really need your help. Kate 第2节 书面表达(满分25分) 假如你是英语师范专业在读大学生李华。你从学校网站上得知新希望英语学校暑期需要一个英语助教,请你根据以下要点,用英语写一封自荐信。 1. 应聘原因:能力提升,个人理想; 2. 个人介绍:年龄,性别,学历; 3. 个人能力:英语好,善于沟通,教学能力强等; 4. 决心与愿望。 注意: 1. 词数100左右。信的格式已给出,不计入总词数。 2. 可适当发挥,以使行文连贯。 Dear Sir, ________________________________________________ ______________________________________________ Looking forward to your reply.Best wishes. Yours, Li Hua 1--5CCBCA 6--10CCABB 11--15CCBCA 16--20CCCBA 36-21--23BBC 24--27CACB 28--31DBCA 32--35DCDA 36--40AFDCE 41--45ADCBA 46--50CABCC 51--55BDCBD 56--60AADBB 语篇填空答案 语篇导读本文讲述了“我”的一次难忘的经历。 1. being考查固定短语。“ be worried about doing sth."”,意为“担心做某事”,是固定用法;而且前面“ about”是介词,介词后面应用动词-ing形式,故填 being。 2.whom考查定语从句。此处是“代词十介词十关系代词”引导的定语从向,这里用“whom”指代前面的“ people” 3. disappointed考查形容词。根据前面“and”可知前后所表达的意思相似,并且词性相同。前面是形容词所以后面也应用形容词,故填 disappointed 4.t0考查固定用法。“ next to sp.”表示在某地旁边“next”是不及物动词,后面接地点时,应加介词to。 5. heard考查一般过去时。根据全文可知,本文的故事发生在过去,所以动词应该用一般过去时,故填 heard 6. to stop考查动词不定式。“ refuse to do”是固定结构,意为“拒绝做某事”,故填 to stop 7.ring考查现在分词。“ keep doing”是固定结构,表示“保持某一状态”,故填 riding 8.Did考查助动词。根据后面“lose”,可知动词为原型,所以前面应该是助动词Do或者Did,又因为全文以一般过去时为基本时态,故填Did。 9.mine/me考查物主代词或人称代词。“mine”意为“我的”,表示我的东西,也可以用me表示“是我(丢的)”故填mine/me。 10. suddenly考查副词。“ suddenly”用来修怖动词“ became”,表示强调作用,强调是突然间的变化,故填suddenly. 改错答案 1.第一处:list前加to考查不定式作宾语补足语ask sb to do sth“请某人千某事”。 2.第二处: write--wrote考查动词的时态。根据上文语意,此处应该为发生在过去的动作。 3.第三处:isn't~ doesn?'t考查反意疑问句。本句的谓语动词是实义动词 passes,故反意疑问句中用助动词doesn’t 4.第四处:when- Since考查时间状语从句。Itis+段时间十 since...为固定结构。 5.第五处: progresses"- progress考查名词。 progress为抽象名词,不可数。 6.第六处:去掉for考查动词。 appreciate为及物动词,可直接接宾语,不需要介词。 7.第七处: properly→ proper考查形容词和副词。此处应用形容词来修饰名词 guidance。 8.第八处: puzzling ->puzzled考查分词作宾语补足语。此处应用过去分词来补充说明“me”自身的感受。 9.第九处:the-a考查冠词。此处应用不定冠词表示泛指,意为“一所”,而非特指。 10.第十处:I→me考查代词。此处应用人称代词的宾格me来作lend的宾语

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  • ID:4-4989630 2018年11月浙江省普通高中学业水平模拟考试英语仿真模拟试题A

    高中英语/会考(学业水平测试)专区/会考模拟/浙江地区

    绝密★启用前| 2018年11月浙江省普通高中学业水平考试 英语仿真模拟试题A卷 (考试时间:90分钟 试卷满分:120分) 选择题部分 第一部分 听力(略) 第一部分 阅读理解(共两节,满分35分) 第一节(共10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,并在答题纸上将该项涂黑。 A Thanks to the vast territory and huge population of China, different living habits with geographical features have been an ever-lasting topic among Chinese. Netizens (网民) went wild again as they recently discovered another striking difference in the ways the country’s northerners and southerners shop for food. According to netizens from southern China, they usually buy what they need for just one or two meals. “It is quite normal for us to buy one or half of a Chinese cabbage (大白菜) at a time,” said a netizen. However, one may be looked down upon if he does this in the north. “We love to store up on food. Buying 25 kilograms of Chinese cabbage is normal,” said a netizen from the north. Besides, in the south, it is said that winter melon (冬瓜) is always sold in slices, “One slice is enough for two meals!” one said. While in the north, it is simply not possible. “Of course we buy a whole one, otherwise nobody is willing to buy the other half,” said a northern Chinese. Experts say that the difference is due to the varied climate. Food can be stored for a relatively long time in the north as it is usually cold and dry there. However, the comparatively hot and humid weather in the south forces southern Chinese to buy just enough for one meal or one day, otherwise it might go bad. Besides obvious ways of food shopping, other north-south differences in China include the flavor of tofu (豆腐) (northerners prefer a salty taste while southerners like it sweet), and the way to give directions (northerners prefer say “go east/west,” but southerners usually say “go left/right”). 21. In what case is a buyer looked down upon by a northerner A. When he buys a whole winter melon. B. When he buys too small an amount of food. C. When he buys a bag of a Chinese cabbage at a time. D. When he buys food just enough for one or two persons. 22. Why do experts think there is much difference in how much food to buy between northerners and southerners A. Due to different habits. B. Due to different customs. C. Due to different climates. D. Due to different characters. 23. How do southerners prefer tofu A. They prefer it to taste sweet. B. They prefer to have it taste salty. C. They prefer it much more than northerners. D. They prefer to have it more often to keep healthy. B Fifteen-year-old David had spent six months planning a hike to the bottom of the Grand Canyon (大峡谷) with his classmates. No one could have known it would end in tragedy. When the group arrived at the starting point for the hike, they found out there was a problem with their permit. To solve it, the five boys and three leaders walk back up to the ranger station (护林站) — only to find out it was closed. When the boys got moving, they’d already drunk most of their water. In the burning sun, temperatures reached 115°F. Even the leaders were having trouble walking on. But the group finally made it down to the bottom of the Grand Canyon. Heat evil was occurring. "My son made it about 100 yards from the river and then dropped," says his father, Robin. Two boys of them raced to the river to get him water. When the boys arrived, the last rafting (筏运) trip of the day was passing by. As luck would have it, among the waiting riders were a few doctors. They rushed to give David first aid before going for help. But it was too late. David passed away from the heat evil. It’s been 21 years since the boy’s death, and hiking still holds a strong memory of David for his family. The summer before the tragedy, his father had a long time to devote to his family. David and his dad spent the summer hiking all over the High Uintas, where snow-topped peaks reflect tower over glacier (冰川)-formed lakes. The photo Robin took of Christmas Meadows there won the Reader’s Digest "From Sea to Shining Sea" photo contest and appeared on the July 2017 magazine cover. To Robin, it isn’t just a fascinating landscape — it’s also a powerful reminder of his late son. 24. How many people does David’s group consist of A. 11 B. 10 C. 9 D. 8 25. What does the sentence "Even the leaders were having trouble walking on." in Paragraph 3 suggest A. The leaders were taller and older. B. The leaders covered shorter distance. C. The leaders were healthier and stronger. D. The trouble the group faced was so great as to be beyond expectation. ================================================ 压缩包内容: 2018年11月浙江省普通高中学业水平模拟考试英语仿真模拟试题A(考试版).doc 2018年11月浙江省普通高中学业水平模拟考试英语仿真模拟试题A(解析版).doc

  • ID:4-4989626 2018年11月浙江省普通高中学业水平模拟考试英语仿真模拟试题B

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    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,并在答题纸上将该项涂黑。 A 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. 21.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. 22.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. 23.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. 24.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 B The World Health Organization(WHO) says the widespread use of sugar in food products and drinks is a major concern in many areas. So WHO officials are calling on governments to require taxes on sugary drinks. The officials believe the taxes also would reduce the risk of health problems resulting from obesity(肥胖). Obesity is a condition in which the body stores large, unhealthy amounts of fat. A new report says that in 2014 more than one-third of the adults in the world were overweight, and 500 million were considered obese. The United Nations agency estimates that in 2015, 42 million children under age 5 were either overweight or obese. Almost half of these boys and girls live in Asia and one-fourth in Africa. The U.N. agency blames unhealthy diets for a rise in diabetes cases. There are more than 400 million cases of the disease worldwide. The WHO says 1.5 million people die from it every year. It says the use of sugar in food products and drinks is a major reason for the increase in rates of obesity and diabetes. Temo Waqanivalu is with the agency. He told VOA that taxing sugary drinks would reduce consumption and save lives. Waqanivalu noted that Mexico passed a 10 percent tax on sugary drinks in 2014. He said by the end of the year, there was a 6 percent drop in the consumption of such drinks. Among poor people, the number of people who consumed sugary drinks dropped by 17 percent. The WHO says people should limit the amount of sugar they consume. It says they should keep their sugar intake to below 10 percent of their total energy needs, and reduce it to less than 5 percent for improved health. 25.Why are taxes on sugary drinks required A. To limit their use and popularity. B. To readjust the economic structure. C. To warn people to change their lifestyle. D. To ensure the market’s diverse development. 26.What do the figures in the second paragraph suggest A. Adult obesity is ignored at present. B. Obesity is a severe worldwide problem. C. Obesity can block economic development. D. Obesity is most serious in developed countries. 27.What does the example of Mexico prove A. Tax policies are unfair to the poor. B. Sugary drinks are a threat to health. ================================================ 压缩包内容: 2018年11月浙江省普通高中学业水平模拟考试英语仿真模拟试题B(考试版).doc 2018年11月浙江省普通高中学业水平模拟考试英语仿真模拟试题B(解析版).doc

  • ID:4-4989624 2018年11月浙江省普通高中学业水平模拟考试英语仿真模拟试题C

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    绝密★启用前| 2018年11月浙江省普通高中学业水平考试 英语仿真模拟试题C (考试时间:90分钟 试卷满分:120分) 选择题部分 第一部分 听力(略) 第一部分 阅读理解(共两节,满分35分) 第一节(共10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,并在答题纸上将该项涂黑。 A Joey was born with club feet(畸形足). The doctors convinced his parents that with treatment he would be able to walk normally — but would never run very well. The first three years of his life were spent in surgery, casts and braces. By the time he was eight, you wouldn’t know he had a problem when you saw him walk. The children in his neighborhood ran around during play, and Joey would jump right in and run and play, too. His parents never told him he probably wouldn’t be able to run as well as the other children. So he didn’t know. In seventh grade he decided to go out for the cross-country team. Every day he trained with the team. He worked harder than others — perhaps he sensed the abilities that seemed to come naturally to others did not come naturally to him. Although the entire team ran, only the top seven runners would be chosen. His parents didn’t tell him he probably would never make the team. So he didn’t know. He continued to run four to five miles a day, every day — even the day he had a fever of 103 degrees Fahrenheit. His mother was worried, so she went to look for him after school. She found him running all alone. The sweat ran down his face. Yet he looked straight ahead and kept running. His parents never told him he couldn’t run four miles with a high fever. So he didn’t know. Two weeks later, the names of the team runners were posted. Joey was number six on the list. Joey had made the team. His parents never told him he shouldn’t expect to make the team. They never told him he couldn’t do it. So he didn’t know. He just did it. 21.What can we know about Joey as a child A. He couldn’t walk normally at 8. B. He admired other kids for running. C. He received much medical treatment. D. The born disability made him anxious. 22.Why didn’t Joey’s parents tell him the truth A. For fear he couldn’t make the team. B. To avoid setting limits to his potential. C. To encourage him to run like other kids. D. In case he would be looked down upon. 23.Why does the author repeat "So he didn’t know." A. To draw a conclusion. B. To arouse readers’ interest. C. To help the story develop. D. To indicate the author’s emotion. B It must have been a very clever human who looked at a sheep walking past and thought of the use its wool might have! The oldest surviving textile (纺织品)made out of wool is around 3,500 years old. Wool was probably the first fiber to be woven into textiles. Because when humans stopped hunting and started raising animals, it was their first step from a wild life to a civilized one. Sheep became a convenience store for the new lifestyle of our ancestor during the Stone Age, a walking food supply that required little care. Sheep provided all — meat and milk for food, skin and bones for clothing, shelters and tools. Some sheep were suitable to roast while others were to produce wool, as sheep fit for eating do not necessarily have high-quality wool. Early wild species of sheep had long outer hair protecting their short wool undercoats. It was this underlayer that was highly suitable for textile use, so they were selectively bred into modern sheep. Great empires were built on the backs of sheep and their wool. Around 1800 BC, the civilization of Babylonia was famous for its wool. After the Romans conquered Spain, they developed a new breed (品种)that would come to be known as Spanish Merino, with the whitest, finest wool ever known. Today, the Merino is the most highly regarded breed in the world. The Chinese held onto the secret of silk for thousands of years before Europeans even got an idea about how to put two threads together. With wool, they seem to have got their revenge. 24.What do we know about raising sheep in the Stone Age A. People made great efforts to raise sheep. B. People exchanged sheep for what they needed. C. Sheep led to the boom of ancient society. D. Sheep met many basic needs of ancient people. 25.What is the main idea of Paragraph 3 A. Economic value of sheep. B. Features of sheep breeds. C. Choice of suitable sheep breeds. D. Development of the wool industry. 26.What are Babylonia and the Romans mentioned to prove A. The wisdom of ancient people. B. The aggression of ancient nations. C. The link between their rise and wool. D. The greatness of well-organized ancient society. ================================================ 压缩包内容: 2018年11月浙江省普通高中学业水平模拟考试英语仿真模拟试题C(考试版).doc 2018年11月浙江省普通高中学业水平模拟考试英语仿真模拟试题C(解析版).doc

  • ID:4-4645632 天津市静海县第一中学2017-2018学年高一6月学生学业能力调研英语试题

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    1.—Tom, will you please take our naughty boys out for a while. They almost _____. —Out of question. You can take a nap while we are away. A. lift me up B. drive me mad C. behave themselves D. keep cool 2. It is dangerous for people to walk along the street with huge trucks_____ with concrete____ to and from. A. loading; running B. loaded; run C. loaded; running D. loading; run 3. Our supplies _____, so we must get enough of them before none is left. A. have run out B. have been run out C. are running out of D. are being used up 4. Nowadays an increasing number of parents _____ great value to the balanced development of their children. A. attach B. stress C. devote D. connect 5. _____, I suppose, and the committee will get your plan through. A. If you offer practical advice B. So long as you offer practical advice C. Offering practical advice D. More practical advice 6.—When shall we have a talk about the design —Any time except 8 to 9 tomorrow morning, when I_____ in my desired company. will be interviewed B. shall be being interviewed am going to be interviewed D. am being interviewed 7.—Tom looks discouraged.____ —It’s hard to tell what has happened. A. Do you think what is the matter with him B. What do you think the matter is with him C. What do you think is the matter with him D. What do you think he is with the matter 8._____ you can prov

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  • ID:4-4645630 天津市静海县第一中学2017-2018学年高二6月学生学业能力调研英语试题

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    1. ---Jack is Jane’s brother. ---_______ he reminds me much of Jane. A. No doubt B. No wonder C. Above all D. Of course 2. This summer’s first heavy rainfall turned Kunming, ________ capital city of Yunnan province, into ________ world of water. A. a, a B. a, the C. /, a D. the, the 3. ---What do you think of the White House --- Splendid. While I was studying in America, I ________ it twice. A. had visited B. have visited C. visited D. would visit 4. I happen________ her novel these days, while the news of the author is spreading fast in the media. A. to read B. to be reading C. to have been reading D. to be read 5. The fact has worried many scientists ________ the earth is becoming warmer and warmer these years. A. what B. before C. that D. though 6. ---Who is the man giving the speech --- Wel

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  • ID:4-4578168 2018年广东省普通高中学业水平考试英语模拟考试(一)PDF

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  • ID:4-4530538 湖南省武冈市2017-2018学年高二学考模拟英语试题Word版含答案

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    Mr and Mrs King have two children, Jim and Liz. The whole family are all busy, so they often leave notes to each other. Read these four notes today to know something about them. 21·世纪*教育网 3:30 p.m. To dad and mum, Mr. Brown rang. No football practice today. I’m going to Tom’s house to plan our project and be back at 5:00 p.m. Liz 4.00 p.m. To Liz, It’s your turn to walk the dog. I have to do my homework after school. Remember to play with Teddy when you get home! Jim 6:45 p.m. Has anyone seen my tennis shoes? I’m in my bedroom doing my homework, and I need to wear them tomorrow. Jim 10.00 p.m. I saw your tennis shoes this morning. They smelt terrible so I put them outside the back door. Good night, dear! Mum 21. Liz will be back home at ______. A. 3.30 p.m. B. 4.00 p.m. C. 5.00 p.m. D. 10.00 p.m. 22. ______ should walk the dog today. A. Liz B. Mrs. King C. Jim D. Mr. Brown ================================================ 压缩包内容: 湖南省武冈市2017-2018学年高二学考模拟英语试题word版含答案.doc

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  • ID:4-4313686 辽宁省普通高中2017-2018学年高二学业水平考试模拟英语试题

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    第一部分 阅读理解(共20小题; 每小题2分,满分40分) 阅读下列短文,从每题所给的四个选项(A、B、C和D)中, 选出最佳选项。 A It was Christmas Eve, 1881. I was 15 years old and feeling like the world was over for me. I didn’t have enough money to buy myself the gift that I had wanted that year. Dad came back in and there was ice in his beard. “You’ve been by widow (寡妇) Smith’s house recently" he asked. Ms. Smith lived two miles down the road. Her husband had died and left her with three children. “I rode by just today” Dad continued.“Little Jack was out looking for wood. They must be out of wood, Tom.” We filled our sled (雪橇) high with wood. Then we went to the store and Dad bought some food, and a smaller pair of shoes. I tried to think through what Dad was doing. I knew we didn’t have much money,so why Dad was buying them so many things。 ================================================ 压缩包内容: 辽宁省普通高中2017-2018学年高二学业水平考试模拟英语试题.doc