山西新绛汾河中学2018—2019学年高三年级第二次模拟英语试题Word版含答案

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汾河中学 2018—2019 学年高三年级第二次模拟英语试题





(考试时间:120分钟试卷, 满分:150分) 第二部分阅读理解(共两节,满分40分) 第一节(共15小题;每小题2分,满分30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。 A Invisible Dialogues and Invented Languages · July 13, 2019 This discussion will examine selftaught artists who use coded or invented languages in their work. Artists include Melvin Edward Nelson, and Carlo Keshishian. Exploring the relationship between language and visual expressions, it seeks to find out how some unreadable words, letters, and symbols communicate meaning. · 6:30 pm-8:00 pm · $10 members, students, seniors; $12 nonmembers Art and Storytelling · July 20, 2019 Artist Ernesto Caivano will discuss the connection of drawing and stories in his work, while examining how his explorations of storytelling relate to his previous works. Another activity includes conversations with artists and scholars, providing a good opportunity to engage with the central themes and histories found in the artwork. · 6:30 pm-7:30 pm · $5 members, students, seniors; $8 nonmembers SelfTaught Genius 1

· July 27, 2019 Sponsor Sarah Suzuki will discuss selected drawings and prints on view in the exhibition Highlights from SelfTaught Genius in a guided gallery tour. The program is held together with the exhibition Highlights from SelfTaught Genius at the newly opened SelfTaught Genius Gallery in Long Island City, Queens. · 6:00 pm-7:00 pm · $5 members, students, seniors; $8 nonmembers Gender, Politics and Textiles (纺织品) · August 3, 2019 Art historian Julia Bryan Wilson will present an illustrated overview of her publication Fray: Art and Textile Politics. Julia will explore the relationship between textiles, gender and war. A book signing will follow the discussion. · 6:30 pm-8:00 pm · $8 members, students, seniors; $10 nonmembers

21.Who will talk about drawing and stories? A.Ernesto Caivano. C.Melvin Edward. B.Sarah Suzuki. D.Julia Bryan Wilson.

22.Which of the activities is available in August, 2019? A.SelfTaught Genius. B.Art and Storytelling. C.Gender, Politics, and Textiles. D.Invisible Dialogues and Invented Languages. 23.What is the purpose of the text? 2

A.To sponsor some events. B.To introduce some artists. C.To publicize some looks. D.To advertise some activities. B If you want your life to stand for peace and kindness,it's helpful to do kind,peaceful things.One of my favorite ways to do this is by developing my own helping rituals (*惯).These little acts of kindness are opportunities to be of service and reminders of how good it feels to be kind and helpful. We live in a rural area of the San Francisco Bay Area. Most of what we see is beauty and nature. One of the exceptions to the beauty is the litter that some people throw out of their windows as they are driving on the rural roads. One of the few shortcomings to live in the remote areas is that public services, such as litter collection, are less available than those closer to the city.A helping ritual that I practice regularly with my two children is picking up litter in our surrounding area. We' ve become so accustomed to doing this that my daughters will often say to me in lovely voices,"There's some lier. Daddy, stop the car!"And if we have time, we will often pull over and pick it up. It may seem strange, but we actually enjoy it. We pick up liter in parks, on sidewalks, practically anywhere. Once I even saw a complete stranger picking up liter close to where we live. He smiled at me and said,"I saw you doing it, and it seemed like a good idea." Picking up liter is only one of an endless supply of possible helping rituals. You might like holding a door open for people, visiting lonely elderly people in nursing homes, or clearing snow off someone else's driveway. Think of something that seems effortless yet helpful. It's fun, personally rewarding, and sets a good example. Everyone wins. 24. What does the author think of developing a helping ritual? A. It will be very easy. C. It helps us to be winners. B. It will be very difficult. D. It makes us feel good about ourselves.

25. What do we know about the area where the writer lives in? A. It's in the centre of San Francisco. B. People can see beautiful scenery there. 3

C. It's very easy to find litter collection. 26. How does the author support his own opinion? A. By sharing his own experience. C. By explaining ways to be helpful. 27. What does the author mainly want to tell us?

D. Few people drive on the rural road.

B. By listing reasons for giving help. D. By making a comparison with others.

A. Parents are the best teachers to their children. B. Everyone should set good examples to others. C. Small kind acts make the world a better place. D. Protecting the environment will benefit all of us. C In many ways, Providence Mount St. Vincent in Seattle is a typical senior living community. It is home to about 400 elderly people and provides them with different types of assistance. However, it is also the Inter-generational Learning Center---a preschool where children and seniors have the chance to bond(结成友好的关系). Established in 1991, the ILC’s purpose is to allow kids to learn about acceptance while also being nurtured. It also aims to help seniors develop a greater sense of self-worth and strengthen social interactions. Babies to prekindergarten-aged children are placed into six different classes at the ILC. The kids attend art and music classes, as well as story time and exercise time with the seniors. Marie Hoover, ILC director, said that interacting with the seniors has proven beneficial for the young ones, making them more open-minded. “For the ILC children, interacting with the residents is simply part of their day-to-day life here and the way aging is ‘normalized’ , which may be the most important benefit they receive ,” Hoover said. “ I’ve had parents call me years after their children have graduated from our program to let me know about some incidents when their child was the first to warmly greet someone who happened to be in a wheelchair.” As for the seniors, they’re delighted by the companionship the children provide. The children bring so much energy and joy to our residents. Many of residents are widows or widowers and can become lonely. Their adult children may still be working, so they may not get to see them as often as 4

they would like. Having the children stay with the old makes our residents feel they are still part of a community. The young and the old connect and learn from one another at this unique facility. 28. ILC is intended to _______. A. build a typical senior living community C. benefit both the children and the seniors B. take good care of the children D. rid the seniors of loneliness

29. From what Hoover said in Para. 3, we can learn that the ILC children _________. A. keep in touch with the seniors even if they have left ILC B. come to realize that aging is a normal part of life C. take different attitudes to the elderly after graduation D. think it easy to interact with the elderly residents in ILC 30. The last paragraph mainly tells us _________. A. the benefits the seniors receive C. children’s company D. the interaction between the children and the seniors 31. The underlined words“ this unique facility” may refer to _________. A. a special building C. a typical teaching program D The unusual whistle language used as a means of communication by villagers in the remote and mountainous northern Turkey has been added to the UNESCO list of Intangible Cultural Heritage. The language is a highly developed high-pitch system of whistling to communicate in rugged (崎岖的)areas where people mostly cannot see each other. It can allow people to communicate across great distances, up to 5 kilometers. Compared with other similar whistle languages in Spain’s Canary Islands, in Mexico, or in Greek villages, it has a higher tone and larger vocabulary. B. a typical family D. a special learning center B. the situation of the seniors

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This unusual form of communication, which dates some 500 years ago, to the Ottoman Empire, was born from sheer necessity and widespread across the Black Sea regions. But 50 years ago, it suffered the impact of the progression of technology and nowadays the rapid growth of cellular mobile systems has put this cultural heritage under serious threat. For centuries, the language has been passed on from grandparent to parent, from parent to child. Now, though, many of its most proficient speakers who use their tongue, teeth and fingers are aging and becoming physically weak. Young people are no longer interested in learning the language or in finding ways to update its vocabulary with new words, and in a few generations it may be gone for good. “Our bird language is very convenient and efficient to communicate across the valleys. It has many benefits over yelling, which is bad for our throats.” said Avni Kocek, head of the bird village, adding that despite setbacks because of technology, “bird language is still used by many of us . Whistle language is transmitted from our elders to us and we have the duty to transmit it to our children. We are making efforts to keep our culture alive through the annual Bird Language Festival.” Besides, the bird language has been required to be taught at primary schools since 2014 by district authorities in order to instill the practice in younger generations. 32. What is the bird language’s advantage over other similar whistle languages? A. It is used as a means of communication. B. It is older and has a larger number of users. C. It can send more messages to farther places. D. It is a completely different system of whistling. 33. What’s the biggest threat to the bird language? A. Other whistle languages are more effectively protected. B. The necessity to use it in everyday life is disappearing. C. Many of its most proficient speakers are growing old. D. Young people find it too difficult to learn well enough. 34. What’s the most effective measure so far taken to protect the bird language? 6

A. It has become a subject at primary schools. B. Bird Language Festival is celebrated every month. C. Cellular mobile systems are not allowed in the area. D. All parents are required to transmit it to their children. 35. Which of the following can be the best title for the text? A. Preserving the Endangered Bird language B. The story of a bird Language Speaker C. Celebrating the Bird Language Festival D. The Disappearance of Bird Language

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。 If you stayed up or had a bad night of sleep last night, you know it’s difficult to stay awake in class today. Your teacher’s voice might begin to sound like a lullaby(催眠曲).___36___To keep yourself awake, some tips are worth trying in class. Sit in the front of the room. Why? __37___ Besides, it’ll be easier to pay attention and participate when you’re in the front. You’ll also be near the people who are more likely to participate, and the sound of their voices might keep you awake. ___38___ Ask and answer questions and pay attention to the lecture. This will help if you’re tired or discouraged by the content of the lecture, because you can ask your teacher questions to get to the bottom of the problems. Talking will also keep you engaged and alert. It might be helpful to make a goal for yourself to answer or ask at least 3 questions per class. ___39___ For example, you might say “I didn’t understand the last part of the proof. Could you explain it again in more detail?” Listen actively to the lesson. Active listening is a great way to force yourself to stay awake because it requires engagement of your mind as well as your body. __40___ To effectively listen to your teacher, you should try to maintain eye contact, face the speaker, pay close attention to what the 7

speaker is saying and ask questions during a pause in the lecture. A. Participate in class activities. B. Develop interest in the subject. C. If so, classrooms can be boring because you’re tired. D. Keep silent all the time and try to catch as much information as possible. E. To avoid annoying your teacher you should try to keep your questions on topic. F. You’ll be more motivated to stay awake if you know that the teacher can see you easily. G. Practicing active listening can help you keep your eyes open for the length of the lesson.

第三部分 第一节

英语知识运用(共两节,满分45分) 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。 Nineteen-year-old Alexis Easter works at a fast-food chain in Mechanicsville. The Virginia Burger King employee is going viral(走红)for her accompanying an elderly the restaurant. “When he is done,I see him out to the car because he has a 43 car,we talk and I 44 he's safe,"the employee told WTVR. Easter's simple 45 caught the attention of a passerby,who 46 a photo of the young ,”Elizabeth Chandler wrote back.When we get to his 42 41 .She was photographed to his car.The man,known to Easter as Mr.John,is a regular at

woman and her customer,which she 47 on social media."We all should learn from the cashier at the Mechanicsville Burger King,who makes this world a little 48 on *.Chandler said she was so 49 50 others and expecting 52 by what Easter was doing for the man."Seeing her 53 nineteen

this gentleman was so heart-waming.It's so 51 to see people going out of their way for in return.Since posting this I learned that Alexis is

and does this on a regular basis for any customer in need,"Chandler told Yahoo.

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Easter always tries to do what she can to out of your way to aid others,”she told WTVR. Chandler,who also frequently 56

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the best service for customers."

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this Burger King,said Easter isn't the only at that Burger King.Another 59 hard for cancer,"she told WTVR. D.arrangement D.customer D.broad D.insist D.choice D.printed D.found D.simpler D.impressed D.save D.rare D.something D.already D.plan D.Almost D.supported D.inside D.culture D.going through

employee who goes above and 57 their job range."That's the 58 times,including my grandmother when she was receiving 41.A.opinion 42.A.boss 43.A.strong 44.A.pray 45.A.act 46.A.took 47.A.sold 48.A.wider 49.A.shocked 50.A.greet 51.A.often 52.A.praise 53.A.exactly 54.A.perform 55.A.Always 56.A.visited 57.A.beyond 58.A.rule 59.A.turning over B.kindness B.patient B.terrible B.expect B.words B.copied B.exchanged B.brighter B.puzzled B.protect B.natural B.reward B.only B.provide B. Never B.advertised B.over B.duty B.looking for C.honesty C.waiter C.strange C.insure C.task C.picked C.shared C.cleaner C.confused C.help C.common C.nothing C.then C.buy C.Usually C.reported C.below C.order C.depending on 9 60

employee named Monica hands out plaques(纪念性的牌)to those

60.A.service

B.concern

C.treatment

D.appointment

第二节(共10小题;每小题1.5分,满分15分) 阅读下面短文,在空白处填入1个适当的单词或括号内单词的正确形式。 Born in 1983 in Arizona, US, Jessica has learned to live a life on her feet. She was born arms, and no doctors could figure out why. There were many questions at the time about about her birth condition. He had full confidence in her potential. With the support of her parents and family, Jessica became confident in and continued 4 hometown. When the first performance arrived, she 5 3 (she)as an adult 1 2

Jessica would be able to live a "normal" life. However, Jessica’s father has said he never shed a tear

(explore) the world with her feet. As a child, Jessica studied dance in her (ask) to be put in the back row. Her 6 (nervous)with the other

dance teacher told her there was no back row. She took the stage her

students and performed her routine. When she finished, the applause (掌声) from the audience gave 7 (encourage) and the confidence to continue dancing for 14 more years. After graduation from high school, Jessica attended the University of Arizona, earned a bachelor’s degree in psychology. When explains how psychology argues that than their physical conditions. 10 9 8 she

(talk) about her degree, she frequently

way people think has a greater impact on their lives

第四部分 第一节

写作(共两节,满分35分) 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换修改作文,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(?),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。

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I would never forget one unforgettable Sunday, that my father taught me how to fly a kite. When we set off to the playground with a new kite,I felt extreme excited. My father first held the string for me, tell me to run with the kite quickly and let them go when it is possible. And then I learned how to handle the string. Although the kite fell to the ground again and again, but I finally got the hang of it and fly it high in the sky. Moreover,I also had better understanding of the word:"I am like a kite flying in the wind. One end is my ideal destination. The beginning of the kite string is the home I miss day and night." I, just like the kite, is allowed to fly higher and higher by my family. 第二节 书面表达(满分25分) 假设你是李华,你有幸做外教 Chris 的向导,带领他去当地一家中华老字号(China Time-honored Brand)饭店品尝中国传统美食。请你按如下提示给对方写一封邮件,告知这次 行程安排。 1.饭店情况; 注意:1. 词数 100 左右; 参考词汇:specialty 特色菜 2. 出发时间、地点 3. 交通方式

2. 可以适当增加细节,以使行文连贯

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英语答案

阅读: 21--23ACD 36--40 CFAEG

24--27 DBAC

28--31CBAD

32--35 CBA A

完形:41--45 BDBCA 46--50ACBDC 语法:1. without 6.nervously 2.whether 7.encouragement

51--55DCBBA 56--60 AADDC 4.to explore 9.talking 5.asked 10.the

3.herself 8.where

第一节 短文改错 I would never forget one unforgettable Sunday, that my father taught me how to fly a kite. when When we set out to the playground with a new kite, I felt extreme excited. My father first held the for extremely

string for me, tell me to run with the kite quickly and let them go when it is possible. And then I telling it

but I finally got the hang of it and fly it high in the sky. Moreover, I also had ∧ better understanding of the flew a

word “I the kite string is the home I miss day and night. ” I, just like the kite, is allowed to fly Words am

Dear Chris, I’m so honored to serve as your guide to a local restaurant to taste traditional Chinese food. The restaurant enjoys a good reputation and has won a China Time-honored Brand title. The environment is clean and elegant, not to mention its high quality dishes as well as top services. The 12

traditional and unique soup dumplings are its specialty, which I do believe you will have a good feast on. By the way, it’s convenient to get there by bus, for it’s just within easy reach of the downtown. We’ll meet at the vus stop near our school this Sunday morning. Bus No. 9 will directly take us there. I hope you will have great fun. Yours, Li Hua

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