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信丰中学 2020 届高三上学期第二次月考英语试题

(本试题分第Ⅰ卷和第Ⅱ卷两部分,满分 150 分,考试时间 120 分钟)

第Ⅰ卷(选择题 共 115 分)

第一部分 听力(共两节,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。

例:How much is the shirt?

A. £19.15.

B. £9.15. C. £9.18.

答案是 B。

1. What’s the weather like?

A. It’s raining. B. It’s cloudy

C. It’s sunny.

2. Who will go to China next month?

A. Lucy.

B. Alice.

C. Richard.

3. What are the speakers talking about?

A. The man’s sister.

B. A film

C. An actor.

4. Where will the speakers meet?

A. In Room 340.

B. In Room 314. C. In Room 223.

5. Where does the conversation most probably take place?

A. In a restaurant.

B. In an office. C. At home.

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

有时间阅览室读各个小题,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 6-8 题。

6. Why did the woman go to New York?

A. To spend some time with the baby.

B. To look after her sister. C.

To find a new job.

7. How old was the baby when the woman left New York?

A. Two months. B. Five months C. Seven months.

8. What did the woman like doing most with the baby?

A. Holding him. B. Playing with him. C. Feeding him.

听第 7.段材料,回答第 9-11 题。

9. What are the speakers talking about?

A. A way to improve air quality.

B. A problem with traffic rules.

C. A suggestion for city planning.

10. What does the man suggest?

A. Limiting the use of cars.

B. Encouraging people to walk.

C. Warning drivers of air pollution.

11. What does the woman think about the man’s idea?

A. It’s interesting. B. It’s worth trying C. It’s impractical.

听第 8 段材料,回答第 12-14 题。

12. How long will the man probably stay in New Zealand?

A. One week.

B. Two weeks. C. Three weeks.

13. What advice does the woman give to the man?

A. Go to New Zealand after Christmas. B. Book his flight as soon as

possible.

C. Save more money for his trip.

14. What can we learn about flights to New Zealand at Christmas time?

A. They require early booking.

B. they can be twice as

expensive.

C. They are on special offer.

听第 9 段材料,回答第 15-17 题。

15. Why did Jane call Mike?

A. To ask him to meet her. B. To tell him about Tom. C. To borrow

his car.

16. Where will Jane be in about one hour?

A. At Mike’s place.

B. At the airport.

C. At a

garage.

17. What can we infer from the conversation?

A. Jane has just learned to drive. B. Jane’s car is in bad condition.

C. Mike will go to the airport.

听第 10 段材料,回答第 18-20 题。

18. What did the speaker ask the students to do the week before?

A. Write a short story. B. Prepare for the lesson. C. Learn more about

the writer.

19. Why does the speaker ask the question?

A. To check the students’ understanding of the story.

B. To draw the students’ attention to reading skills.

C. To let the students discuss father-son relationships.

20. What will the students do in 10 minutes?

A. Ask more questions.

B. Discuss in groups. C. Give their

answers.

第二部分 英语知识运用(共两节,满分 45 分)

第一节 单项填空(共 15 小题; 每小题 1 分,满分 15 分)

21. ----Do you think I should join the singing group, Mary?

----____ If I were in your shoes, I certainly would.

A. None of my business. B. It depends.

C. Why not?

D. I

don’t think so.

22. John worked hard at his lessons and gained ____ to a famous university

last year.

A. permission

B. admission

C. agreement

D. freedom

23. ----What do you think of the songs?

----As a matter of fact, ____ of them sounds beautiful.

A. no one

B. not all

C. not every one D. not everyone

24. Between the two rows of trees ____ the teaching building.

A. stand

B. stands

C. standing

D. is stood

25. The government has given enough support so far; ___, we are sure that

the plan will be carried out.

A. however

B. otherwise

C. therefore

D. besides

26. ----It’s difficult to tell this picture from that one.

----Yes. The differences between the pictures are____.

A. broad

B. narrow

C. slight

D. impressive

27.I must ____ this morning and finish the term paper.

A. settle down

B. put down

C. break down D. let down

28. __ travel can broaden your mind, I don’t think it’s a good idea to send

too much time and money on it.

A. If

B. While

C. Because

D. As

29. ----We need a person badly to think up such an idea.

----____the new comer have a try?

A. Shall

B. May

C. Should

D. Need

30. That art centre is ____ used to be a factory, ____ millions of tractors

were made.

A. what; where B. where; where C. what; which D. where; which

31. As Middle School students, we must learn to ____ ourselves both in family

and in school.

A. do

B. perform

C. behave

D. work

32.Wouldn’t it be ____ wonderful world if all nations are in ____ peace with

another?

A. a; /

B. the; /

C. the; the

D. a; a

33. There were signs and ads in French, but ____had English words in small

letters.

A. some of whom

B. some of which C. some of that

D. some of

them

34. ----Who were those people with the flags?

----A group ____ itself the League of Peace.

A. calls

B. calling

C. called

D. being called

35. It is reported that the drivers won’t go back to work until their demand

for better pay ____.

A. is to satisfied B. is satisfied C. will be satisfied D. has satisfied

第二节:完形填空(共 20 小题;每小题 1.5 分,满分 30 分)

阅读下面短文,掌握其大意,然后从 36—55 各题所给的四个选项(A、B、C 和 D)

中,选出最佳选项,并在答题卡上将该项涂黑。

My father enjoys bike riding.Ever since I was little, I've always loved going

hiking with my dad. 36 , as I became a teenager, other things began to

draw my 37 .Suddenly, it was important to do things with 38 .I saw my

dad every evening at home.Why did I have to 39 my Sundays, to all day bike

trips with him, too? If my indifference (冷漠) hurt him, my father kept

40 , but he would always let me know when he was planning a bike trip 41

I wanted to come.

It was a Sunday morning, and I was in low 42 .Two of my friends had gone

to the movies without inviting me.Just then my father 43 my room."It's

a beautiful day.Want to go for a 44 , today, Beck?” “Leave me alone!”

I impatiently 45 . Those were the last words I said to him before he left

the house that 46 .

Several hours later, the police called us, 47 us that Dad had a

traffic accident. My father’s injuries were serious. It took several days

before he could 48 speak. Beside his bed I held his hand gently, 49

of hurting him.

“Daddy … I’m sorry…”

“It’s okay, sweetheart. I’ll be okay.”

“No,” I said, “I 50 what I said to you that day. You know, that

morning?”

“Sweetheart, I don’t 51 anything about that day. I remember

kissing you goodnight the night before, though.” He 52 a weak smile.

I felt regretful for my thoughtless remark, for I 53 wanted him to

leave me alone. My teacher once told me that 54 have immeasurable power.

They can hurt or they can heal. And we all have the 55 to choose our words.

I intend to do that very carefully from now on.

36.A.Therefore B.Instead

C.Besides

D.However

37.A.attention B.sight

C.effort

D.energy

38.A.Dad

B.friends

C.teachers D.brothers

39.A.start

B.save

C.devote

D.waste

40.A.silent

B.busy

C.asleep

D.awake

41.A.unless

B.in case

C.so that

D.as if

42.A.spirits

B.conditions C.states

D.hopes

43.A.left

B.checked

C.entered

D.knocked

44.A.ride

B.walk

C.picnic

D.game

45.A.whispered B.warned

C.announced D.shouted

46.A.moment

B.morning

C.afternoon D.evening

47.A.convincing B.reminding C.informing D.phoning

48.A.eventually B.generally C.strictly D.broadly

49.A.tired

B.afraid

C.aware

D.sorry

50.A.discuss

B.think

C.care

D.mean

51.A.hate

B.forget

C.remember D.like

52.A.got

B.expressed C.exchanged D.managed

53.A.often

B.never

C.even

D.once

54.A.apologies B.promises C.smiles

D.words

55.A.experience B.honor

C.power

D.desire

第三部分 阅读理解(共 20 小题,每题 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,并

在答题卡上将该项涂黑。

A

It was the summer of 1965. DeLuca, then 17, visited Peter Buck, a family

friend. Buck asked DeLuca about his plans for the future. “I’m going to

college, but I need a way to pay for it,” DeLuca recalls saying. “Buck said,

‘You should open a sandwich shop.’”

That afternoon, they agreed to be partners. And they set a goal: to open

32 stores in ten years. After doing some research, Buck wrote a check for

$1000. DeLuca rented a storefront (店面) in Connecticut, and when they

couldn’t cover their start-up costs, Buck kicked in another $1000.

But business didn’t go smoothly as they expected. DeLuca says, “After

six months, we were doing poorly, but we didn’t know how badly, because we

didn’t have any financial controls.” All he and Buck knew was that their

sales were lower than their costs.

DeLuca was managing the store and going to the University of Bridgeport

at the same time. Buck was working at his day job as a nuclear physicist in

New York. They’d meet Monday evenings and brainstorm ideas for keeping the

business running. “We convinced ourselves to open a second store. We figured

we could tell the public, ‘We are so successful, we are opening a second

store.’” And they did—in the spring of 1966. Still, it was a lot of learning

by trial and error.

But the partners’ learn-as-you-go approach turned out to be their

greatest strength. Every Friday, DeLuca would drive around and hand-deliver

the checks to pay their suppliers. “It probably took me two and a half hours

and it wasn’t necessary, but as a result, the suppliers got to know me very

well, and the personal relationships established really helped out,” DeLuca

says.

And having a goal was also important. “There are so many problems that

can get you down. You just have to keep working toward your goal,” DeLuca

adds.

DeLuca ended up founding Subway Sandwich, the multimillion-dollar

restaurant chain.

56. DeLuca opened the first sandwich shop in order to ____.

A. support his family

B. pay for his college education

C. help his partner expand business D. do some research

57. Which of the following is true of Buck?

A. He put money into the sandwich business.

B. He was a professor

of business administration.

C. He was studying at the University of Bridgeport. D. He rented a

storefront for DeLuca.

58. What can we learn about their first shop?

A. It stood at an unfavorable place.

B. It lowered the prices

to promote sales.

C. It made no profits due to poor management D. It lacked control over

the quality of sandwiches

59. They decided to open a second store because they ___.

A. had enough money to do it.

B. had succeeded in their

business

C. wished to meet the increasing demand of customers

D. wanted to make believe that they were successful

60. What contribute most to their success according to the author?

A. Learning by trial and error.

B. Making friends with

suppliers.

C. Finding a good partner.

D. Opening chain stores.

B More than 700 business leaders, government officials and investors
gathered in Mountain View, California in December, 2020 to attend the Social Innovation(创新)Summit. It is an invitation-only conference aimed at finding new ways to deal with old problems.
Traffic jam is a problem that Bruggemann hopes to solve. “Traffic is really bad in most countries and we thought there must be some ways of doing something about it.”Last week, his team, winning the prize for its“nunav”traffic management system, received a Microsoft Imagine Cup Grant of $100,000. “Everyone that′s using our system sends his present position as well as the destination to our servers every 30 seconds. And with that information our central system can reroute(调整路线)all of the cars in a way that everyone gets his individual best possible route.”
Bruggemann says early research with the system has been promising.“We found out that it could be possible to save up to 20 percent of the fuel

consumption. Even more interesting, it can save up to 50 percent of the time

you spend in traffic so you could get to your destination twice as fast.”

Team Cypher256 from Uganda also was invited to the Social Innovation

Summit. They developed a device(仪器),called WinSenga, aimed at improving

health care for pregnant women in Africa. It measures the early baby′s heart

sounds to help test the heart rate, age and position of the baby in the mother.

The device is similar in operation to an ultrasound(超声波)test, but is

far less costly and very practical in Africa.

This is the third year for the Social Innovation Summit. The event is

held twice a year, once in New York and once in California. The first one

in 2020 was held in May. The United Nations′Office for Partnerships helped

to organize the event.

61.In what way is the“nunav”system special?

A. It can decide destination for users.

B. It sends back

information every 30 minutes.

C. Users can earn much money by the system.

D. Users can find the best possible route by the system.

62.The“nunav”system has the following advantages EXCEPT___________.

A. reducing the fuel consumption

B. reaching the destination

quickly

C. saving the time in the trip

D. improving driving skills

63.The device WinSenga is intended to___________.

A. improve the health care for pregnant women B. promote the heart

rate of pregnant women

C. measure the size of the early babies

D. help the

operation on women

64.What can be inferred from the text?

A. The“nunav”system is popular in Africa.

B. Common people in Africa can afford to use WinSenga.

C. The United Nations offered financial help to the“nunav”system.

D. The Social Innovation Summit has been held three times so far.

65.What′s the purpose of the text?

A. To tell us a new way out of traffic jam.

B. To introduce a

device for women in Africa.

C. To tell us the importance of social innovations.

D. To introduce a conference about social innovations.

C When I was growing up, 16 was always a magical age, a symbol of maturity,
responsibility and of course more independence and freedom. I sat through the hours of Driver’s Ed classes eager to get out on the road. I couldn’t wait to get my driver’s license.
But it’s a different story for today’s teens. In January, the U.S. Department Transportation released 2020 data that showed only 30.7 percent of U.S. teens got their license at age 16, Twenty years before, that number was almost 45 percent.
There are numbers of reasons for the fall – off. The growing responsibilites like paying for insurance and high gas prices discourage teens from getting behind the wheel. Plus, many teens today are so busy with homework, endless hours of activities and part-time jobs, that finding the time for Driver’s Ed classes may be more difficult than ever.
In addition, many states have raised the driving age, or restricted when teens can drive and who they can have in the car. Parents may also be making their own personal restrictions until they feel their teens are responsible

enough to drive safely.

Drving is part of the American culture, but it’s not the central focus

like it was 25 years ago. They have so many other things to do now. One of

the more interesting factors delaying teens driving might be the hange of

their social life. Today, teens need to look no further than * or other

social networking sites to connect with their friends. There is simply less

need, mayube less desire, to be able to grab the keys and go.

Michelle Wei got her license as a senior in high school because her

digital social life made it easy not to drive. “If I couldn’t get a ride

to see my friend who live a town over,” the 19-year-old said, “I could talk

on IM or Skype.”

Research has shown that these online relationships can lead to higher

quality friendships, so it isn’t necessarily a bad thing. However, it’s

important to find a balance. If old face-to-face friendships are good, why

not drive to find them?

66.We can infer from the first paragraph that

.

A.Driver’s Ed classes allowed teens to know what maturity was

B.getting a driving license at 16 was a must for American teens

C.16 was considered an age when one could get his driver’s license

D.teens could drive on the road without taking Driver’s Ed classes

67.What does the passage mainly talk about?

A.Derire to drive on the road declines among American teens.

B.Getting a license costs much more than ever before.

C.Social networking sites are changing the life of American teens.

D.American teens are becoming more responsible than ever.

68 . Which is NOT a fact delaying American teens getting their driving

licenses?

A.The cost of insurance and gas. B . Too many school courses and

activities.

C.Restrictions from families and states.

D . Oursuit of more

freedom and independence.

69.Michaels Wei’s example is used to explain

.

A.why American teens are crazy about digital social life

B.what social networking websites are bringing to American teens

C.to what degree the Internet is affecting the American car culture

D.what the Internet does to help teens to get a driving license

70.The last paragraph is reminding the readers that

.

A.the Internet has a bad effect on the teen’s social life

B.teens should keep a balance in choosing their lifestyle

C . actual contacts can be replaced by talking on line D . face-to-face

friendship is always the best choice

D

James Cooke, of Islip,N.Y.,can’t recognize other people. “I see eyes,

nose, cheekbones, but no face,” he said. “I’ve even passed by my son and

daughter without recognizing them.”

He is not the only one. Those with prosopagnosia, also known as face

blindness, can see perfectly well, but their brains are unable to piece

together the information needed to understand that a collection of features

represents an individual’s face. The condition is a neurological(神经病

学的)mystery, but new research has shed light on this strange disease.

Some scientists had believed that faces and voices, the two main ways

people recognize one another, were processed separately by the brain. Indeed,

a condition parallel to prosopagnosia, called phonagnosia, similarly leaves

a person unable to distinguish a familiar voice from an unfamiliar one. But

by testing for these two conditions at the same time, researchers at the Max

Planck Institute recently found evidence that face and voice recognition may

be linked in a unique person-recognition system.

The scientists observed the brain activity of 19 healthy volunteers as they

were led through tasks that tested their ability to recognize both faces and

voices. The researchers found that regions of the brain, associated with facial

recognition, are directly linked to regions responsible for voice recognition.

This research helps explain why a person with prosopagnosia may still

have difficulty determining who a person is even after he has begun to speak.

The challenge for scientists is to find out where this system breaks down.

Are these connections in the brain missing entirely, or are people unable

to recognize faces and voices simply unable to use these links in some way?

It is unclear how many people have these conditions. Many don’t even

realize they have problems with facial or voice recognition. While some

develop these difficulties after a brain injury, others develop it in

childhood.

71. James Cooke can’t recognize other people because

.

A. his eyesight is failing

B. he prefers to walk hurriedly

C. he suffers from face blindness D. he can’t tell facial expressions

72. Which of the following is true of prosopagnosia?

A. It is a common disease among adults. B. It may cause damage to the brain.

C. It is always an inborn disease.

D. There has been no cure for it.

73. According to Paragraph 3, the underlined word “phonagnosia” may be

known as

.

A. voice blindness

B. memory losses

C. facial injuries D.

mental illness

74. According to the recently discovered evidence,

.

A. different regions of the brain have to work separately B. people with phonagnosia are good at facial recognition C. regions of the brain for personal recognition are connected D. person recognition is controlled by the same part of the brain 75. What can we know from the last two paragraphs? A. The causes of the two diseases have been discovered recently. B. The scientists are quite satisfied with the evidence and findings. C. Some people have problems with both facial and voice recognition. D. A lot of patients have been assisted medically and psychologically. 第 II 卷 非选择题(共 35 分) 第四部分 写作(共两节,满分 35 分) 第一节 阅读表达(共 5 小题;每小题 2 分,满分 10 分)
Not all parties have to be time-consuming and expensive to plan. It’s possible to have a party that’s simple but fun for everyone.Before you plan the party, it helps to write an outline of what kind of party you want to have, what foods and entertainment you’ll provide and so on. The following are tips on how to plan an excellent simple party.
Choose a party theme that goes along with your interest and is easy to handle for you. If you’re a huge jazz fan and you have a large collection of jazz albums,build your party on a jazz theme.Visit local party supplystores and pick up music decorative items such as tablecloths,glasses,plates and napkins.
Decide______available you have to spend on your party. Be practical about the length of time tasks are likely to take, such as how much time you spend on pre-party house cleaning,meal preparation and shopping for party materials. Add a time buffer( 缓 冲 )into your calculations. This way if anything goes wrong you will be able to deal with it.

Prepare the food for your party. Make a trip to the store to get all your ingredients. Do this 2 or 3 days before the party as this will make sure all your ingredients are fresh and allow you to concentrate on meal preparation rather than running around searching for last-minute ingredients.Besides, you should make sure that if kids are part of the group, there are some delicious snacks for them.
If you choose to hold it at home, make sure you have cleaned your home up and organized it at least a day or two before.Decorate the entrance hall or doorway to create a welcoming atmosphere. Make sure that the lighting is appropriate. Check the restrooms for extra toilet paper, tissue and soap. 76.What party themes should we choose?( no more than 12 words)
____________________________________________________________________ ____ 77.Fill in the blank in paragraph 3 with proper words.(no more than 5 words)
____________________________________________________________________ ____ 78.Why should we buy ingredients 2 or 3 days before the party?(no more than 12 words)
____________________________________________________________________ ____ 79.Complete the following statement with words from Paragraph4.(no more than 3 words)
Make sure to prepare some_____if there are kids in the party. 80.What does the underlined word“ it”in Paragraph 5 probably refer to?(no more than 2 words)

第二节 写作(满分 25 分) 现在的中学生中存在一些学*和生活上的心理问题。请你用英语写一篇题为
How to Be Mentally Healthy 的短文。 你的短文应包含以下内容:
1. 你认为在学*和生活中有哪些心理问题? 2. 你觉得如何做才能解决这些心理问题? 注意:1.可参照文章开头所给提示,作必要的发挥想象。
2.词数:120 左右。标题和开头已写好,不计入总词数。 3.作文中不得提及考生所在学校和本人姓名。 How to Be Mentally Healthy Many of us students now have some mental problems, which worry us much and even have bad effects on both our studies and lives.




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