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江西省新余市第一中学高三高考全真模拟考试英语试卷有答案

江西省新余市第一中学2017届高三高考全真模拟考试英语试卷

第Ⅰ卷(选择题,满分100分)

第一部分听力(共两节,满分30分)

第一节

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和阅读下一小题.每段对话仅读一遍. 1.What will the woman probably do next? __________

A.Hike down the hill. B.Take out her cell phone. C.Take a picture with her camera. 2.Where does the conversation take place? __________

A.On the telephone. B.In a hospital. C.At a beach.

3.What is the man doing? __________

A.Asking for advice. B.Giving directions. C.Asking for directions. 4.Where does the smell come from? __________

A.The garbage. B.The cat. C.A dead animal.

5.What does the woman mean? __________

A.The man isn’t able to do the puzzle.

B.She can’t stand by the man anymore.

C.She will not be able to solve the puzzle.

第二节

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并在试卷的相应位置.听每段对话成独白前,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至第7题.

6.What will the woman do tomorrow? __________

A.Leave for the U. S. by air.

B.Go to a concert with the man.

C.Pick up her friend from the airport.

7.What can we learn from the convention? __________

A.Professor Smith has bought the tickets.

B.The woman will go to the airport without the man.

C.The woman has canceled her appointment tonight.

听第7段材料,回答第8至第9题.

8.What did the man find out from his special socks? __________

A.He needs to run faster.

B.He isn’t ready to run a race.

C.He wasn’t running in the right position.

9.Which competition has the man already participated in? __________

A.A marathon. B.A half marathon. C.A quarter marathon.

听第8段材料,回答第10至12题.

10.What kind of ring will the man buy? __________

A.One with a thick gold band. B.One with a red stone. C.One made of silver. 11.Who is helping the man? __________

A.A store employee. B.His friend. C.His father.

12.What will the man do next? __________

A.Buy the ring. B.Look at a different. C.Take a picture of the ring. 听第9段材料,回答第13至16题.

13.Which country did the woman visit? __________

A.Spain. B.Ireland. C.England.

14.How long was the woman abroad? __________

A.For a few years. B.For six months. C.Just under half a year. 15.Why didn’t the man travel to Brazil? __________

A.His trip was canceled. B.He couldn’t get the time off work.C.He ran out of money. 16.What will the man do next? __________

A.Get a job.

B.Find a place to live.

C.Introduce the woman to a friend.

听第10段材料,回答第17至20题.

17.Who is Jessica? __________

A.The Helpline officer.

B.A university tour guide.

C.The Student Union President.

18.What will the speaker hand out? __________

A.Her business cards. B.Guide brochures. C.Maps.

19.What are the hours of the Student Welfare Office? __________

A.9:30 a. m. - 4:00 p. m. on weekdays.

B.9:30 a. m. - 4:00 p. m. on Saturdays.

C.10:00 a. m. - 4:00 p. m. on Saturdays.

20.What should visitors do during busy times? __________

A.Wait in a line.

B.Add their name to the waiting list.

C.Ask the speaker to call them back.

第二部分阅读理解(共两节,满分)

第一节(共15小题;每小题2分,满分30分)

阅读下列短文,从每题所给的四个选项(A.B.C和D)中,选出最佳选项,并在答题卡上将该项涂黑.

A

In recent years Chinese animation films and series are trying to break new ground. Yet compared to foreign counterparts, Chinese animation still has a long way to go. Here are four new popular series made in China.

Lingjian Mountain

Animation series Lingjian Mountain was adapted from an online Chinese novel of the same name. The series tell the story of a boy named Wang Lu and his adventures on his way to be a powerful prince. Bearing a strong resemblance to Japanese animation, the series was adapted by two companies from China and Japan and was also broadcast in both countries. The animation series got 7.1 points out of 10 on Douban, one of China’s most popular movie review sites.

Year Hare Affair

The series was adapted from namesake comic series by cartoonist Lin Chao. The author tells the contemporary Chinese history through a group of cute rabbits in uniforms who symbolize the People’s Liberation Army, and images of other animals. Sometimes, these animals would talk with a dialect that sounds funnier than simply using Mandarin. The series got 8.5points out of 10on Douban.

Little Monk Yichan

This is another touching about a seven-year old monk Yichan, and his master Adou’s daily lives. P remiered in 2016, the series had its episode 35broadcast recently. Each episode focuses on a certain topic, including family, romance and friendship. Despite telling stories from the perspective of a child, the series targets adults and aims to provide som e “chicken soup” to let audiences learn to be tolerant and give more love to others. The animation got 9.5points out of 10on Douban.

Hua Jiang Hu

Premiered in 2014, the series has had four seasons. The story is based on Chinese history during the Five Dynasties and Ten Kingdoms (907-960), when there were continuous wars and fights among many small kingdoms. The series got an average of 7.9points out of 10on Douban. To those who fancy historical stories, the animation provides another way to learn Chinese hi story. Yet the series doesn’t pay too much attention to historical details. 21.According to the text, which animation got the highest score? _________

A.Lingjian Mountain. B.Little Monk Yichan.

C.Hua Jiang Hu. D.Year Hare Affair.

22.What doe s the underlined word “resemblance” probably mean? _________

A.popularity. B.difference.

C.similarity. D.Attraction.

23.What can he learnt from the text? _________

A.Recently Chinese animation has developed better than other countries.

B.All series are not adaptations from novels online.

C.People interested in ancient history prefer Year Hare Affair.

D.Little Monk Yichan is intended for children.

B

Tracey’s husband told her. “If you build it, they will com” So Tracey built a dance studio four years ago, and he was right.

Tracey built Revere Dance Studio in an old large church in Cincinnati, Ohio. It may seem like an odd place to run a dance studio, but this church was disability accessible and that’s just what Tracey was looking for. Trace y needed a new home for her wheelchair dance students after the studio that was hosting the classes closed.

Now Tracey has been teaching free dance classes to students in wheelchairs for over four years. This season, her class is made up of six boys and girls ranging in age from 6to 11who attend dance rehearsals(排练) twice a month. Tracey says these classes are about more than the dancing. “For any child to get out on stage is an accomplishment,” Tracey said. Tracey has always considered the students in her “Wonders on Wheels” class to be talented, but this week she got to share their talents with the world. On Sunday, the WOW class debuted(初次登台) a dance routine they’ve been working on since October.

Last October, one week before the dance class reunited for a new season, one of the WOW children, Katie, passed away unexpectedly. Her teammates were heartbroken. They decided to honor their friend by giving this season’s dance to her. Everyone knew how much Katie loved Celine Dion, so the group chose the song My Heart Will Go On for the dance routine.

The six WOW dancers, dressed in white, were surrounded by fourteen dancers dressed in black. These “shadows” are high school girls who volunteer to dance alongside the children in wheelchairs, helping them move across the dance floor. As the song came to an end, a huge round of applause erupted from the audience. 24.Why did Tracey build the dance studio in the church? _________

A.It is free of charge. B.It is near her home.

C.It’s easy for the disabled to use.D.It is big enough to hold dancers. 25.Tracey offered her dance class _________

A.for free B.twice a week

C.only lo girls in wheelchairs D.with the help of volunteers

26.What can best describe Tracey? _________

A.Brave and determined. B.Talented and strict.

C.Devoted and hopeful. D.Generous and kind.

27.What could be the best title for the passage? _________

A.Tracey and her Dancing Career

B.A Wonderful Dance Performance

C.Children in Wheelchairs Struggle in the Dance Studio

D.children in Wheelchairs Realize Dancing Dreams

C

Chinese New Year has been welcomed in Britain with its biggest ever program of events and celebrations.

From London’s Trafalgar Square to major cities across Britain, tens of thousands of British peopl e have joined Chinese communities to celebrate the arrival of the Year of the Rooster.

In Manchester there was a Dragon Parade, led by a spectacular 54-meter long dragon, ending is Chinatown where there was traditional Chinese entertainment, more than 6, 000 lanterns, street food villages and a fireworks show. Celebrations also took place in Liverpool. Birmingham, Lake District, Durham, Edinburgh. Leeds and Newcastle.

A cademic Dr. Wu Kegang said that the Chinese New Year event in Britain “is now bigger than ever and it is growing every year.”

When Wu arrived in Britain 26years ago from Guangdong, south China, the first thing he noticed was that Chinese New Year was celebrated mainly in towns and cities with big Chinese communities. “You would go to London Chinatown and join your countrymen to celebrate, or to Chinatowns in places like Liverpool and Manchester for what were events almost exclusively held for Chinese people,” Wu recalled.

“Now it is so different, and we are seeing local communities all over the country taking part alongside their own Chinese populations,” he said. “It is clear to me that the celebrations will continue to grow in Britain. Chinese New Year has earned its place in the calendar of events in Britain, and is here to stay.”

28.When did the Dragon Parade take place this year? _________

A.London. B.Manchester. C.Birmingham. D.Newcastle. 29.When Dr. Wu arrived in Britain 26years ago, Chinese New Year was _________

A.Very popular all around Britain

B.Celebrated mainly by Chinese communities

C.Only celebrated in London, Liverpool and Manchester

D.Enjoyed by local communities alongside Chinese populations

30. According to Dr. Wu, how will Chinese New Year develop in the next few years? _________

A.Grow more popular. B.Turn into an official holiday.

C.Get less remembered. D.Become more important than Christmas. 31.What’s the main idea of this passage? _________

A.How British celebrate Chinese New Year.

B.More and more British learn about Chinese culture.

C.Chinese New Year has earned its popularity in Britain.

D.Chinese communities celebrate New Year in Britain in various ways.

D

Scientists have found amounts of water molecules inside rocks and soil samples from Mars before. But an ancient meteorite(陨石) found recently contains 10times more water and much more oxygen than any Martian I meteorite ever before discovered.

What’s so wild about this wet discovery? It could mean that the Red Planet once had enough water to have I liquid flowing on the planet’s surface.

It was once believed that if Mars ever had water at all, its water would have been small amounts of ice below the surface or existing in the soil only as hydrogen and oxygen—the elements that make up water. But recent discoveries have shown that Mars probably had a much wetter history than formerly thought.

The meteorite, nicknamed Black Beauty, was found in Africa’s Sahara Desert in 2011.Only about 110meteorites from Mars have ever been found. Scientists believe most Martian meteorites arrived on our planet during one large asteroid crash(小行星碰撞) that sent rocks falling toward Earth long ago.

Black Beauty is about 2.1billion years old. Its discovery is the first time scientists have been able to study such an ancient Martian rock. It’s also one of the first times scientists have been able to study a piece of the panel’s ancient surface.

The sample’s water molecules were sent out when scientists heated the meteorite to analyze it. Scientists think the meteorite’s hydrogen and oxygen molecules are so plentiful because water flowing on Mars at the time this meteorite fell to Earth, or because these molecules were once sealed in large quantities in Mars’s crust.

Black Beauty might do more than just unlock secrets from the Red Planet’s past. These discoveries could also h elp scientists understand new data about Mars that’s being sent from the robotic rovers currently gathering information on the planet.

32.People used to think that _________

A.there was little water on Mars B.Mars had a lot of flowing water

C.a large quantity of ice was Mars D.Mars was much wetter than Earth 33.What do we know about Black Beauty? _________

A.It was discovered in Seattle in the USA.B.It is the biggest of 110meteorites from Mars. C.It landed on Earth after an asteroid crash. D.It has a history of 2.1million years. 34.How did the scientists research Black Beauty? _________

A.By cutting it into pieces. B.By dipping it into water.

C.By burning it on a fire. D.By burying it into a desert.

35.The passage is mainly about _________

A.A rock from the center of Mars. B.A major Martian meteorite discovery

C.A new discovery on the Red Planet D.A number of meteorites from Red Plane

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.

For college graduates, it is of vital importance to write application letters well. 36 It should state clearly the job you want, and should tell what you have done. It should be simple, human, personal and brief without leaving out any necessary facts.

In writing a letter of application, keep in mind that the things a possible employer is most likely to want to know about are your qualifications, your achievements and your aims. 37 If the first few sentences fail to win the reader’s attention, the rest of the letter ma y not be continued at all. Try to key your opening remarks to the

needs or interests of the employer not to your own needs or desires. For example, instead of beginning with “I saw your advertisement in today’s newspaper” you might say “I have made a caref ul study of your advertising during the past six months” or I have made a survey in my neighborhood to find out how many housewives use your product and why they like it.”

38 Be clear about the kind of job for which you are now applying. College graduates looking for their first positions often ask what they can provide in a letter and what if employers warn experience, which, naturally, no beginner has. 39

It is important to write a good strong closing for your letter. Make a specific request for an interview or give the possible employer something definite to do or expect. 40 That makes it easier for a possible employer to get in touch in you.

A.Here are a few suggestions for you to prepare yourself better for your interview.

B.An excellent idea is to enclose a stamped, self-addressed envelope with your letter.

C.The answer is that everything you have ever done is experience.

D.Don’t be afraid of being a new hand.

E.Try to avoid writing in general.

F.The purpose of a letter of application is to help you to “sell” yourself.

G.The opening paragraph is perhaps the most import.

第三部分英语知识运用(共两节,满分45分)

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四个选项(A.B.C和D)中,选出可以填入空白处的最佳选项,并在答题卡上将该项涂黑.

A few years ago I was working part time at a local ice cream shop. While 41 an elderly woman a hot fudge sundae(圣代冰淇淋) at the drive-through window, I couldn’t help 42 her car, because I was just inches from her face. I 43 that she had a basket of what appeared to be purple tomatoes.

As I gave her the sundae, I said, “Those tomatoes look delicious! What 44 are they?” She smiled so

45 that I thought she was about to laugh, but instead she replied. “Here, have some!” Within seconds I had a

46 of purple tomatoes.

“Oh, no, you 47 give me any!” I said. Those tomatoes looked expensive. “Here, have more,” she 48 , and I had six of the prettiest tomatoes I had 49 seen. I weakly tried to say, “Really, you didn’t have to give me any, 50 I appreciate it.

The woman smiled again and 51 , “They belong to a rare type. So they aren’t like the one, you get in the grocery store. I hope you enjoy them.” I said “Thank you” again, and she 52 off.

About two weeks later, my 53 at the ice cream store sent me a message: “I want to let you know that your gardener dropped off a box of 54 for you. Please come and get them.” 55 , I texted, “My gardener?” That night my boss showed me the 56 .I opened it and inside were tomatoes, cucumbers, and green beans. I was 57 , feeling greatly surprised. Why was this woman being so 58 ?

I never saw her again, but to this day her act of kindness inspires me to 59 my garden plants with anyone who likes or needs them. 60 all I expect is just a “Thank you”. Better yet, pay it forward and be someone else’s secret gardener.

41.A.leaving B.handing C.awarding D.buying 42.A ask. ng for B.thinking of C.wailing for D.looking into 43.A.pretended B.noticed C.expected D.understood 44.A.color B.kind C.shape D.number 45.A.widely B slightly C.weakly D.shyly 46.A.dozen B.basket C.handful D.variety 47.A.needn’t B.can’t C.mustn’t D.won’t 48.A.promised B.agreed C.commented D insisted 49.A.even B.also C.yet D.ever 50.A.if B.but C.for D.so 51.A.left B.explained C.paused D.suggested 52.A.got B.fell C.sped D.walked 53.A.friend B.customer C.assistant D.boss 54.A.grains B.vegetables C.fruits D.flowers 55.A.Excited B.Puzzled C.Upset D.Angry 56.A.store B.garden C.gift D.box 57.A.angry B.happy C.nervous D.sorry 58.A.generous B.humorous C.serious D.outgoing 59.A.grow B.manage C.share D.sell 60.A.In return B.In advance C.In addition D.In particular

第Ⅱ卷(非选择题,满分50分)

第三部分:英语知识运用(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词(1个单词)或括号内单词的适当形式.将答案填写到答题卡的相应位置.

It was not until I came to Beijing that I had a taste of the saying “Even though the eyes of a stranger are big, they cannot see everything.”

A visit to the Great Wall showed me one of mankind’s 61 (astonish) achievements. Built by Emperor Qin Shihuang as a defence against the 62 (enemy) from the North, today, it is China’s symbol to the rest of the world. Climbing the Great Wall was coming face-to-face with history. In China, 63 is said that climbing the Great Wall is one of the 64 (big) accomplishments any Chinese jean make during their life time.

I was curious 65 (know) from my Chinese friend why this 66 (consider) an important milestone. The answer was in the famous words of the founder of modem China, Chairman Mao Zedong. “If you have never

been 67 the Great Wall, you are not a true man.” It was then clear to me 68 this was the inspiration behind the eagerness for many Chinese to climb the wall. I saw senior citizens in 69 (they) 70s or 80s climbing a step at a time just to fulfill one last 70 (require)to be a true Chinese.

第四部分写作(共两节,满分35分)

第一节短文改错(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.

When I was young, I want to be a great hero. But with lime goes by, things have changed. Now I’ve deeded to become a doctor which can help save people’s lives. This job is helpfully and worth doing. And how to make it come true?

I know it is really big challenge. I will work hard and go all out for it. From now on I will spend on more time learning my lessons, so that I can go to your ideal university. On the same time I am going to read many books on medicines. I believe I will achieve my dream.

第二节书面表达(满分25分)

假定你是李华,美国朋友David来信说他对中国的丝绸文化以及“一带一路”倡议很感兴趣,请给他回信,要点如下:

1.丝绸始于新石器时代; 2.原料为蚕茧,兼具高雅与环保;

3.古丝绸之路对世界文化交流的作用; 4.“一带一路”倡议将产生的深远影响.

注意:

1.词数100左右; 2.可适当增加细节以使行文连贯.

参考词汇:

“一带一路”倡议the Belt and Road Initiative

新石器时代Neolithic Age 蚕茧cocoon

David, I’m glad

I’m glad that you’re interested in the silk culture of China and the Belt and Road Initiative. I’m more than happy to tell you something about them.

……

I’m looking forward to your reply.

Yours sincerely,

Li Hua

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One Possible Version:

Dear David,

I’m glad that you’re interested in the silk culture of China and the Belt and Road Initiative. I’ll be more than happy to tell you something about them.

As a matter of fact, silk has a long history in China, which dates back to the Neolithic Age. It is known to all that it is made of silkworm cocoon. So it is not only elegant but also environmental. Therefore, silk attracts people

all over the world. From Han Dynasty. China opened up The Silk Road, which greatly promoted the communication between China and the other countries in the world.

At present, our government has pu t forward “The Belt and Road” Initiative, which en courages cooperation between China and other countries. There is no doubt that it will have a great effect on all the relevant countries and contribute to the economic and cultural development of the world.

I’m looking forward to your reply.

Yours sincerely,

Li Hua