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江苏省高邮中学 2018 届高三英语练 2017.10.28
第一部分 听力(共两节,满分 20 分) 做题时,先将答案标在试卷上。听力部分结束后,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 分,满分 5 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. What’s the number of Albert Hawking? A. 523867 B. 973782 C. 532768 2. Who’s going to retire? A. Helen B. Janice C. George 3. What is the possible relationship between the two speakers? A. Friends B. Parent and child C. Employer and employee 4. How will the woman get to Berlin? A. By car B. By plane C. By train 5. What time will they get to the concert hall? A. At 7:05 pm B. At 7:25 pm C. At 7:30 pm 第二节 (共 15 小题;每小题 1 分,满分 15 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. Why did the woman give up her dream to be a gym teacher? A. She didn’t have the equipment B. She couldn’t afford the expense C. She found the training too hard 7. How does the woman feel about her job? A. Satisfied B. Regretful C. Disappointed 听第 7 段材料,回答第 8、9 题。 8. Where does the conversation most probably take place? A. At the bus stop B. In the street C. At the railway station 9. What’s the man’s problem? A. He has lost his way B. He doesn’t have enough money C. He can’t use the ticket machines 听第 8 段材料,回答第 10 至 12 题。 10.In which season does the conversation take place? A. In autumn B. In summer C. In winter 11. What do you know about the man’s car? A. It ran out of gas B. It needed repairing C. It didn’t start at first 12. What will the two speakers do? A. Drink coffee B. Listen to a weather forecast C. Take a bus 听第 9 段材料,回答第 13 至 16 题。 13. How many people will be present at the man’s party?

A. 9 B. 10 C. 11 14. What kind of food will the man order at last? A. Seafood B. Vegetables C. Fruits 15. What do we know about the restaurant? A. It is famous for seafood B. It seldom accepts large parties C. There are no regular customers 16. Where does the conversation most probably take place? A. At a seafood shop B. In a dining hall C. On the phone 听第 10 段材料,回答第 17 至 20 题。 17. What surprised the speaker at first? A. There were many students in a class B. The Chinese language was so difficult C. The classroom he studied in was big 18. What was the speaker’s big problem? A. He didn’t understand Chinese B. He couldn’t work out math problems C. He had few friends and felt lonely 19. Who encouraged the speaker to face the difficulty? A. His teacher B. His mother C. His father 20. What happened to the speaker in the end? A. He was elected monitor of his class B. He could speak Chinese very fluently C. He overcame difficulties in Chinese learning 第二部分:英语知识运用 第一节:单项选择(共 15 小题;每小题 1 分,满分 15 分) 21. ---Alice has just lost her husband to heart failure. --Her __________ smile can’t hide her sorrow. A. artificial B. arbitrary C. compulsory D. conventional 22. ---Can you give me the right answer? ---Sorry, I ______. Would you repeat that question? A. hadn’t listened B. haven’t listened C.wasn’t listening D. don’t listen 23. How could I lie to her ______ she lived for the truth, whether it was found in music or people? A. when B. unless C. while D. though 24. Tony always works out development schemes faster than others. Is it _____ he graduated from a top university ______ counts? A. because ,that B. that; that C.that, which D. why, what 25. While mobile phones are thought to double the risk of developing brain cancer, many businesses have made claims ______ the safety of their products. A. in defense of B. in need of C. in search of D. in view of 26. ________ toothache, the old man felt very bitter, having no good sleep. A. Not being rid of B. Not rid of C. Not ridding of D. Not having rid of 27. The doctor suggested that I keep away from oily food, because it ______ easily. A. doesn’t digest B. isn’t digest C. isn’t to digest D. won’t be digested 28. Not far from the club, there was a garden, ______owner seated in it playing bridge with his children every afternoon. A. whose B. that C.its D. which

29. -----When can I use your computer? ---Never! ___________ should you touch it. A. In no time B. Under no circumstance C.On no condition D. At no case 30. ----Will my daughter be all right soon, doctor? ---Well, she _______ be, if she takes these tables. A. must B. may C.should D. can 31. Recent research has ____the causes of the mysterious disease that has claimed thousands of lives. A. laid stress on B. caught hold of C. made sense of D. cast light on 32. Present at the historic meeting ____many an official on Nov 7, of course President Xi Jinping and Ma Ying-jeou _________. A. has been; included B. was; including C. were; included D. was; included 33. ____from the Song Dynasty, the Confucian Temple of Nanjing has now developed into a famous scenic spot, __________ sightseeing, shopping and tasty foods. A. Having dated; featured B. Dating; featuring C. Dating; having featured D. Dated; featuring 34.---It seems that people are becoming more and more selfish. ----How much happier life would be if we _______to the values of the past! A. would return B. had returned C. return D. were to return 35. ---It is said that it was Mark who started the quarrel and David simply defended himself. ---I don’t believe it. Those two hate each other. Anyway, ____________. A. Two wrongs don’t make a right B. It takes two to tango C. Attack is the best means of defense D. A fox may grow grey, but never good 第二节:完形填空(共 20 小题;每小题 1 分,满分 20 分) Years ago, feeling tired and frustrated,I began to doubt whether teaching was worth itanymore. 36 ,a ridiculous moment in class lit my way out of the darkness. 1 was teaching a chemistry lesson, and the students were 37 about working with alcohollamps. But a girl couldn't get her wick (灯芯) to burn. She was one of the kids who always seemto be the 38 one picked for the team, who appeared to have 39 that she could never bespecial. Normally I do not interfere with science projects, because 40 Can be part of the learningprocess. Yet this was simply a matter of faulty equipment; the wick was not as 41 as it shouldhave been.I needed to 42 . The girl had tears in her eyes, and I felt 43 of myself for ever having felt like giving up.For that one moment, the only thing that_44 to me was that this girl should have a successfulexperiment. She was going to go home that day with a 45 0n her face.I bent over her alcohollamp, and with a long kitchen match tried to reach the wick.1 was so 46 to the match that Icould feel the flame. Finally the wick caught fire, and I looked up triumphantly(得意洋洋 地) , 47 the smile on the girl's face. 48 She took one look at me and began screaming in fear.I did not understand why thekids were

all pointing at me 49 I realized that the flame had lit my hair. Several kids ran tome and 50 at may head. Talk about a dream come true-they got to hit their teacher on thehead and say they were 51 him. A few minutes later, all was well and l watched the kids 52 the experiment.I felt like anidiot, and yet for the first time in weeks,I felt how much I 53 about teaching.I had tried hardto help someone; though not particularly well, but the 54 was there. From that moment,Idetermined to always teach like my hair was 55 . 36.A.Instantly B.Fortunately C.Hopefully D.Absolutely 37.A.excited B.embarrassed C.skeptical D.particular 38.A.first B.best C.last D.very 39.A.accepted B.denied C.declared D.hoped 40.A.practice B.accidents C.inaccuracy D.failure 41.A.dry B.big C.thick D.long 42.A.stepin B.stepaside C.stepup D.stepdown 43.A.proud B.aware C.tired D.ashamed 44.A.happened B.attended C.mattered D.related 45.A.fear B.smile C.shame D.surprise 46.A.accessible B.close C.low D.short 47.A.expecting B.finding C.missing D.imagining 48.A.Rather B.Besides C.Still D.Instead 49.A.as B.when C.until D.since 50.A.looked B.shouted C.hit D.waved 51.A.helping B.cursing C.kidding D.amusing 52.A.beginning B.pausing C.continuing D.preparing 53.A.argued B.cared C.complained D.worried 54.A.strategy B.reason C.scheme D.effort 55.A.onfire B.onend C.insight D.inchaos 第三部分:阅读理解(共 15 小题;每小题 2 分,满分 30 分) 请认真阅读下列短文,从短文后各题所给的 A、B、C、D 四个选项中,选出最佳选项, 并在答题卡上将该项涂黑。 A Dear Friends, What does your schedule look like? You would not believe mine on some days! I think everyone in the world comes to my office during some weeks! Being productive is important; but did you know that downtime is equally important? When your body has a chance to rest, your productivity, problem solving, and creativity are all strengthened. Work some downtime into your schedule and use it well. Find out more in our article “Using Your Downtime Wisely.” (page 32) One way to use your downtime is to make a vacation. My favorite kind of vacation usually involves water and the beach; and as many of you know, I love scuba diving! The world under the waves is so beautiful and interesting. Learn more about it in “Diving With Sharks in the Bahamas.”(page 16) You don’t even need to get wet! Part of your scheduling also involves balancing your life. You need to make time for life. At least one third of workers now leave jobs in a quest for a better work-life balance. You need to

make time for your family and downtime for yourself? Read more about that this month in our article “Balancing Act”. (page 12) We always have so much to talk about in advanced each month. This month is no exception. Learn some tips that could boost your career and how to protect yourself from cyber crooks on page 6. You’ll learn some great words and phrases along the way---in English. Your Friend for life, Doris Brougham 56. If you hope to squeeze some time out of your work schedule for your family, you may be interested in the chapter of ______. A. Protecting Yourself from Cyber Crooks B. Diving With Sharks in the Bahamas C. Using Your Downtime Wisely D. Balancing Act 57. From the passage, we can identify the author as______. A. a productive naturalist B. an expert on family education C. an editor of a monthly magazine D. a professional scuba diver B The western obsession (迷恋) with rights makes it difficult to see their limitations. We speak about rights as if they were the only moral value with meaning, ignoring other important moral values like responsibilities or duties. In fact, responsibilities are the counterparts to rights. Philosopher Carl Cohen writes that, “If animals have any rights, they must have the right not to be killed to advance the interest of others.” Another way of putting this is that those who assert (坚持) the rights of animals are in effect asserting—first and foremost—a right to life for all animals. But for an animal to realize its right to life, farmers, hunters and researchers must collectively accept a duty not to kill them. Similarly, citizens, consumers and patients must refuse to eat, wear or use food, clothes and medicine that require an animal to die. But the assertion of an animal right to life makes no sense. It would require us—just as one example—to stop animals from hunting one another, just like we stop humans from killing one another. But more importantly, it is unnecessary to achieve what is required to improve the lot of animals. Even Peter Singer, one of the fathers of the animal rights movement, doesn’t believe animals have a right to life. He says we must refuse to contribute to—and act to stop—the unnecessary suffering of animals. But he does not claim that animals have a right to life or that they suffer by having their life taken from them. Instead, what he claims is that animals farmed on a large scale suffer because of the cruel ways they are made to live and are butchered. We have a duty to do what we can to stop this by boycotting businesses that treat animals cruelly. We can go without wearing make-up and without eating or wearing animal flesh that required the torture (折磨) of animals, or we can source and buy cruelty-free make-ups and eat and wear ethically-farmed animal products. In other words, while it might have been true that when Animal Liberation was written in the 1970s, the result of a boycott was a vegetarian lifestyle, this is no longer the case. Today, there

is more than one way to achieve our duties to get rid of the unnecessary suffering of animals. 58. We can infer from the first paragraph ______. A. rights can contribute to responsibilities B. responsibilities are contradictory to rights C. rights can’t be secured without responsibilities D.responsibilities are more important than rights 59. Carl Cohen might agree that ______. A. animals can enjoy a variety of rights for the time being B. animals can be conditionally used for clothes or medicine C. animals have the right to advance the interest of others D. animals have the right to survive by hunting one another 60. Why do some people think it makes no sense to assert an animal right to life? A. The balance of the animal world should not be interfered with. B. People may find it possible to stop animals killing each other. C. It is hard to assert a right to life for the animals on the earth. D. Humans can’t refuse the contribution to suffering of animals. 61. How can we boycott businesses that treat animals cruelly? A. We should maintain a vegetarian lifestyle. B. We should turn to cruelty-free animal products. C. We should protect animals from suffering. D. We should stop wearing make-ups in daily life. C Before boarding the virtual reality roller coaster, riders put on a VR headset across their face. They won’t see where the steel track is going, or what’s coming up next. As the ride launches into a series of steep drops, banks and loops (环形), riders are involved in high-definition imagery and 360-degree virtual views. There’s even a story lineto follow as they’re screaming their heads off. In the competitive world of who can go higher, faster and deliver more G-forces (离心力), this new kid on the block is making a splash at amusement parks across North America. Next spring, Six Flags will present nine virtual reality roller coasters at its parks in Texas, California, Maryland, and New York. “It’s perfect to have this virtual reality technology that gives you the thrilling feeling of being in a different world,” said Thomas Wagner, CEO of VR Coaster, which developed the system for Six Flags, “and to combine it with a coaster that delivers motion (运动), G-forces, zero-gravity moments—it’s a totally new kind of attraction.” What makes the experience different from 3-D motion simulator (模拟器) rides is that the imagery playing inside the headsets is completely in sync (同步) with what the physical roller coaster is doing on the track. So while riders are flying amid (在...之间) high-rise buildings in the virtual world, they’re barreling through a corkscrew (拔塞钻) in real life. At Six Flags Magic Mountain outside Los Angeles, VR technology was added to longtime favorite “Revolution” and rebranded as “The New Revolution.” Built in 1976, it was the first looping roller coaster in the world. Today, riders no longer experience a twisting journey through green trees and hills. Instead, they’re knee-deep in a mankind vs. aliens story line. At Six Flags Fiesta Texas in San Antonio, thrill seekers who board the new “Superman: Krypton Coaster Virtual Reality Coaster” are fully involved in the comic-book world of Metropolis.

Some skeptical park-goers have questioned whether the VR effects cause motion sickness. “It’s crucial to have the virtual reality ride precisely synced to the real ride,” Wagner said, “because otherwise, you would get dizzy and have motion sickness.” “The entire VR industry, especially gaming developers, are fighting with this motion sickness problem. If you’re sitting at home in a chair and you’re watching this convincing 3-D movement, you get dizzy. But when you’re on the coaster, and you actually feel the same movements that you are watching and seeing, you don’t.” Of course, “It’s still a roller coaster, and it’s still kind of fierce.” So far, Wagner said, the VR roller coasters have attracted every type of daredevil. “People who are even afraid of coasters like it better in VR, because they feel a little bit safer,” he said, “They don’t think a video game environment can harm them in any way.” 62. Which helps create a special story line? A. A VR headset. B. A roller coaster. C. High buildings. D. Zero-gravity. 63. When you ride a VR roller coaster, you ______. A.will experience a series of story-based views B. can clearly see where the steel track is going C. will suffer from serious motion sickness D. can compose a story line of your own 64. What do the underlined words “making a splash” in Paragraph 2 probably mean? A. struggling to exist B. taking the lead C. following one’s example D. attracting much attention 65. People won’t feel motion sickness because ______. A. they know it is safe to ride VR roller coasters B. what they feel keeps pace with what they see C. a VR ride is not so fierce as a traditional one D. they are concentrating on a game environment D On a warm November day, as a skydiving instructor, I, Sheldon McFarlane, arrived at Perth’s Jandakot Airport at 7.30am, as I do every morning. I’d been really busy doing tandem (串联) jumps—where the student is attached to me with a harness (安全带)—as well as teaching students to jump by themselves. I hadn’t taken much notice of the 22-year-old Christopher Jones, though this was my first jump with him. Christopher was lucky to have the opportunity to do three jumps in one day. Students can get stressed when there are long gaps between their jumps. Sometimes they are more nervous on their second jump than their first. I think the more jumps you do in a day the easier it is. I have been skydiving for 25 years and I still love it. It’s a very dynamic sport and there are a lot of challenges. I still learn something new every day. Christopher was going to do his fifth jump, which is the first solo jump. He climbed out of the plane fine and did a reasonable exit. Then he over-rotated and became unstable for a second, but he quickly moved himself back into the stable position again. Then when he was stable and level, he turned himself so he was facing me and waited for my signals. He started a left-hand turn—and then he suddenly stopped. We were 9,000 feet above the ground. Maybe, I thought, he’s misunderstood the technique for doing turns? I didn’t know what he was up to. It never entered my head that he might have been having a

sudden violent attack of an illness. For the next 30 seconds or so, Christopher was free-falling at speeds up to 200 km an hour. I dived down but I was moving downwards too fast. I was worried about coming in over the top of him, as he might have pulled the rip cord (开降绳) and then I would be falling into an open parachute (降落伞). So I approached to the side of him to observe how his body was flying. He wasn’t just falling, he was spinning and moving repeatedly at the same time, and his head was pointing downwards. I realized then that Christopher was completely unresponsive and doing nothing to get himself facing the earth. We were at 5,000 feet and I needed to reach him and get his parachute above his head. Even though our students are fitted with two automatic parachutes, the first wouldn’t have opened until 2,000 feet above the drop zone. That wouldn’t have given him much time to sort himself out before hitting the ground. He could have flown into a tree or a river and hurt himself. It had come to the point where he needed to get under that parachute sooner rather than later. I quickly moved my arms back and lifted my chin. It takes just a split second—it’s the position you get in when you want to direct your flight. Then I pointed my head down to build up speed and, as I came close, tried to slow down. It’ s possible to be 1,000 feet above somebody and still dive down and join them in a formation (队列). Within seconds, you can match their fall speed. At 4,500 feet I caught hold of him and pulled on his harness with one hand and rolled him sideways to angle his body so the parachute could open properly. The chute rushed out and swung him round. I believed everything would now be fine. I reached the ground about two minutes before him. After I picked up my parachute, I went over to Donna, our ground instructor. She then came behind me and said “he’s just had a seizure”. I couldn’t believe it. If I’d realized while we were up there that he was unconscious, I don’t know if I would have been that calm. A few months later, Christopher uploaded the training video taken from mine helmet camera to YouTube. In December last year, the Royal Life Saving Society, Western Australia, awarded me a Gold Cross for my courage. 66. What does the underlined part in Paragraph 2 mean? A. The differences in students’ skills will make them nervous. B. A higher altitude of the next dive will make them more worried. C. Jumping too frequently will put students under great pressure. D. A wide interval before next attempt will make students stressed. 67. Which of the following statements about the writer is true? A. He thinks there is nothing to learn any more from skydiving. B. He was aware that something was wrong with Christopher. C. He managed to open the parachute for Christopher at last. D. He instructed Christopher to correctly open the parachute, 68. Which is the correct order of the following events? ①I caught hold of Christopher. ②I approached to the side of him. ③Christopher did a reasonable exit. ④The parachute swung him around.

⑤Christopher came down with an illness. A. ⑤③④②① B. ③⑤④①② C. ②③④①⑤ D.③⑤②①④ 69. What kind of instructor is Sheldon according to the passage? A. Brave and experienced. B. Shy and considerate. C. Casual and easy-going. D. Cautious and determined. 70. What might be the best title for the passage? A. Gold Cross for Courage B. Rescue at 4,500 FeetC. Unforgettable Sky Diving D. Lucky Sky Diver 第四部分:任务型阅读(共 10 小题;每小题 1 分,满分 10 分) 阅读下面短文,根据所内容在表格中的空白处填入恰当的单词。 It doesn’t matter if books are delivered in print or by smart phone; the main thing is to get lost in reading them. Reading books is vital for human development. Why should we bother reading a book? All children say this occasionally. Many of the 12 million adults in Britain with reading difficulties repeat it to themselves daily. In a world of accelerating technology, increasing time poverty and decreasing attention, should they invest precious time sinking into a good book? The discovery that our brains are physically changed by the experience of reading is something many of us will understand instinctively(本能地), as we think back to the way an extraordinary book had a transformative effect on the way we viewed the world. This transformation only takes place when we lose ourselves in a book, abandoning the emotional and mental chatter of the real world. That’s why studies have found this kind of deep reading makes us more sensitive to the inner lives of others. Rationally, we know that reading is the foundation stone of all education, and therefore an essential basis of the knowledge economy. So reading is – or should be – an aspect of public policy. But perhaps even more significant is its emotional role as the starting point for individual voyages of personal development and pleasure. Books can open up emotional, imaginative and historical landscapes that equal and extend the corridors(走廊) of the web. They can help create and strengthen our sense of self. If reading were to decline significantly, it would change the very nature of our species. If we, in the future, are no longer wired for self-reflection and creative thought, we will die out. However, technology throws up as many solutions as it does challenges: for every door it closes, another opens. So the ability, offered by devices like e-readers, smart phones and tablets, to carry an entire library in your hand is an amazing opportunity. Publishers need to use every new piece of technology to embed (使融入) long-form reading within our culture. We should concentrate on the message, not worry about the medium. We must also get better at using the ability of the Internet to inform readers, and potential readers, about all the extraordinary new books that are published every year, and to renew their acquaintance with the best of rich literary tradition. The research shows that if we stop reading, we will be different people: less complicated, less considerate, less interesting. There can hardly be a better reason for fighting to protect the future of the book. Reading

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Reading books plays a vital role in human development, whether they are 71 or electronic.

第五部分:单词拼写(共 10 小题;每小题 0.5 分,满分 5 分) 81.He recited the poem without making a single s. 82.Buddhism is thought to have o in ancient India. 83.His c convinced everyone of his innocence. 84.The driver made an a turn to the left and some passengers lost their balance. 85.He showed great d in his choice of friends. 86.Drug abuse often s the life right out of a person. 87.At the news, he forced an a smile on his face. 88.Our product needs an image that people can r to. 89.Last year, he was d into the People's Liberation Army. 90.The policeman was busy with his work, l to the outside world. 第六部分 书面表达(满分 20 分) 请阅读下面文字及图表,并按照要求用英语写一篇 150 词左右的文章。

The Survey of Chinese Nationwide Body-building Activities shows that there is an increase in the number of people who are participating in physical exercise. More than 40% of the Chinese people became frequent doers of body exercise in 2015, an increase of about 7 % from 2008, according to the General Administration of Sport. Teenagers aged between 6 and 19 are the most enthusiastic participants of body exercise, compared to other age groups. Playground games are their No. 1 choice, followed by others such as running, basketball and rope jumping. About 3 quarters of people aged over 20 take exercise during the evening hours. Jogging and running are the two most popular sports. Where do people love to take exercise? For those aged between 6 and19: Outdoor sports sites Public sports facilities Basketball courts/soccer fields 38.9 32.3% 21.2% For those aged 20 and above: Public stadiums Public sports facilities Open space in playground 23.1% 17.1%

20.3% 【写作内容】 1. 用约 30 个单词概述上述信息的主要内容。 2. 结合上述信息,简要分析越来越多的人喜欢锻炼的主要原因。 3. 根据你的分析,从社会和个人两方面谈谈你从这一现象中得到的启示(不少于两点) 【写作要求】 1.写作过程中不能直接引用原文语句。 2.作文中不能出现真实姓名和学校名称。 3.不必写标题。

江苏省高邮中学高三年级英语双周练答案 听力 1-5ACCCA 6-10BACCC 11-15CACBB 16-20CAABC 单选 21-25ACABA 26-30BACCC 31-35DDBDB 完形 36-40BACAD 41-45DADCB 46-50BADCC 51-55ACBDA 阅读 56-57DC 58-61CBAB 62-65AADB 66-70DCDAB 任务 71. printed 72. loss 73. lack/shortage 74. view/outlook75. understand 76. based/dependent77. pleasure 78. exposes 79. use 80. benefits/profits 单词拼写 81.slip 82.originated 83.clarification 84.abrupt 85.discrimination 86.sucks 87.artificial 88.relate 89.drafted 90.lost 书面表达


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