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 整理 资源来源网络(https://www.kuaiwen.net)” 荆州中学2019届高三上学期第一次半月考 英语试题 第一卷(选择题 满分100分) 第一部分听力(共两节,满分30分) 做题时,先将答案标在试卷上。录音内容结束后,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 1.5 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。 1. What’s the season now? A. Summer. B. Fall. C. Winter. 2. Which dress will the woman wear?[:] A. The red one. B. The blue one. C. The green one. 3. What can we learn about the old oven? A. It’s not in style. B. It’s broken. C. It isn’t multi-functional. 4. Where does the conversation probably take place? A. In a studio. B. In a CD store. C. In a car. 5. What does the woman think of the painting? A. Worthless. B. Just so-so. C. Wonderful. 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. How does the man feel about the weather forecasts? A. Inaccurate. B. Reliable. C. Changeable. 7. What’s the probable relationship between the speakers? A. Neighbor. B. Colleagues. C. Classmates. 听第7段材料, 回答第8、9题。 8. Why does the man stop relying on music as a full-time job? A. He doesn’t like a band member. B. He isn't into music that much. C. The earnings aren’t stable. 9. On what occasion would the man be invited to play most probably? A. A local festival. B. A funeral. C. A birthday party. 听第8段材料, 回答第10至12题。 10. What does the woman complain about the office? A. It’s unclean. B. It’s too small. C. It’s noisy. 11. What are the speakers supposed to do in the office? A. Give students their assignments. B. Prepare for the lessons. C. Let students help with the reports. 12. What is the room downstairs used for now? A. Storage. B. Meetings. C. Reading. 听第9段材料, 回答第13至16题。 13. What’s wrong with the camera? A. It can’t be charged. B. It can’t be turned on. C. It ruins memory cards. 14. Why can’t the man get thecamera fixed for free? A. He broke it by himself. B. It’s out of the free service time. C. He lost his receipt. 15. How much will the man pay for the repair? A. $20. B. $30. C. $50. 16. What day is it today? A. Saturday. B. Sunday. C. Tuesday. 听第10段材料, 回答第17至20题。 17. How long does the training period last? A. 1 to 2 years. B. 2 to 4 years. C. 3 to 5 years. 18. Who will test the learner taxi drivers? A. Driving school trainers. B. Special passengers. C. Government officers. 19. What do we know about the test? A. Learners might not get the result at once. B. 2 to 3 questions will be asked. C. Several routes should begiven to the destination. 20. What do learner drivers have to pay for? A. A taxi. B. The driving license. C. A physical exam. 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 The Coolest Inventions An Oceans Vacuum There’s a collection of plastic trash in the middle of the Pacific Ocean. It’s bigger than Texas and growing. The way to clean it up now is to catch it with nets. That is both costly and slow. Instead, the Ocean Cleanup Project proposes a 62-mile-long floating barrier that would use natural currents to trap trash. If next year’s trials succeed, a full cleanup operation would aim to start in 2020. It could reduce the trash by 42 % over 10 years. Easy-On Shoes In 2012, Matthew Walzer, a high school student with a disability, sent a note to Nike. “My dream is to go to college,” he wrote, “without having to worry about someone coming to tie my shoes every day.” Nike assigned a design team to the challenge. This year, they came out with their solution: the Fly Ease. The basketball shoe can be fastened with one hand. A pair of Nike Fly Ease shoes sells for $ 130. An Airport for Drones (无人机) As Amazon, Google, and others get ready for drone delivery service, there is one big question: What kinds of home bases will their drones have? Rwanda, in Africa, may have the answer. There, workers will soon start work on three “drone ports”. The goals is to make it easier to transport food, medical supplies, electronics, and other goods through the hilly countryside. Construction is set to be completed in 2020. 21. What’s the advantage of the Oceans Vacuum? A. It can be a money-saver. B. It can grow year by year. C. It can tear plastic into pieces. D. It can be put into wide use soon. 22. What do we know about Nike? A. It offers free shoes to the disabled. B.It is designing new shoes frequently. C. It provides customer-friendly services. D. It responded to Matthew’s request passively. 23. Why is Rwanda setting up “drone ports”? A. Because road travel there is rough. B. Because there are too many drones. C. Because they’re easier to construct than roads. D.Because they are receptive to new technology. B At the age of 14, James Harrison had a major chest operation and he required 13 units (3.4 gallons) of blood afterwards. The blood donations saved his life, and he decided that once he turned 18, he would begin donating blood as regularly as he could. More than 60 years and almost 1,200 donations later, Harrison, whose blood contains an antibody(抗体) that has saved the lives of 2.4 million babies from miscarriages (流产), retired as a blood donor on May 11. Harrison’s blood is valuable because he naturally produces Rh-negative blood, which contains Rh-positive antibodies. His blood has been used to create anti-D in Australia since 1967. “Every bottle of Anti-D ever made in Australia has James in it,” Robyn Barlow, the Rh program director told the Sydney Morning Herald. “It’s an amazing thing. He has saved millions of babies. I cry just thinking about it.” Since then, Harrison has donated between 500 and 800 milliliters of blood almost every week. He’s made 1,162 donations from his right arm and 10 from his left. “I’d keep going if they let me,” Harrison told the Herald. His doctors said it was time to stop the donations — and they certainly don’t take them lightly. They had already extended the age limit for blood donations for him, and they’re cutting him off now to protect his health. He made his final donation surrounded by some of the mothers and babies who his blood helped save. Harrison’s retirement is a blow to the Rh treatment program in Australia. Only 160 donors support the program, and finding new donors has proven to be difficult. But Harrison’s retirement from giving blood doesn’t mean he’s completely out of the game. Scientists are collecting and cataloging his DNA to create a library of antibodies and white blood cells that could be the future of the anti-D program in Australia. What do we know about James Harrison? He saved 2.4 million poor people. B. He is to retire as a blood donor. He is a very grateful blood donor. He donates blood nearly every day. What is the author’s purpose of writing Paragraph 4? To state Harrison’s decision to continue donating blood. To describe how Harrison’s donations come to an end. To introduce some babies saved by Harrison’s blood. To praise Harrison for his cooperation with the doctors. 26.What can we infer from the passage about Harrison? A. After his retirement, the Rh program will fail. B. New donors are easy to find in a short time. C. He continues to contribute to the Rh program. D. His DNA is kept in a library for future study. 27. Which of the following can be the best title for the text? A. A Unique Man with a Rare Blood Type B. The Blood Saving Millions of Babies C. A Special Blood Type Donor to Retire D. The Man with the Golden Arm C Increasing numbers of airports, especially in Europe, are promoting a “silent airport” idea. It is to reduce noise pollution, such as airport-wide announcements, without sacrificing timely and helpful updates of information. International airports were once characterized by their high voices, competing gate announcements and so on. This is all changing. Angela Gittens, director general of Airports Council International (ACI), says there is a growing desire among airports and airlines they serve to “create a calm, relaxed atmosphere” without being disturbed by announcements. “Passengers can relax while they wait for their flight to board in the common airside lounges (休闲区), and food and drink areas,” she says. In June, Helsinki Airport in Finland — a country where the tourism slogan is “Silence, Please” — became the most recent airport to adopt the silent concept. As part of its commitment to quieting things down, announcements for flights are made only in boarding gate areas. Lost track of time in the shop? Too bad. Nobody’s going to call you to your flight, as announcements in all terminals will be made only in exceptional emergency circumstances. Heikki Koski, vice president of Helsinki Airport, says that improved flight information display systems and interactive kiosks (交互式自助服务机), together with advances in mobile technology, are changing the way airports communicate with passengers. At Munich Airport, InfoGate kiosks allow for video-based, face-to-face conversation with a live customer service representative in the traveler’s language of choice. Interactive signs, on the other hand, give directions at the touch of finger. Passengers can tap a “you are here” display to get directions and approximate walking times to their destinations. Of course, an airport will never be as silent as a temple. There will continue to be a need for airport-wide emergency announcements, along with boarding calls. But at silent airports, the latter can be restricted to specific gates, as has been adopted in Helsinki. 28. What is Angela Gittens’ opinion on the silent airport concept?[:] A. It makes airport noise-free. B. It is intended for passengers’ benefit. C. It has changed international airports’ reputation. D. It has encouraged the service industry in airports.[:] 29. What should passengers pay close attention to at Helsinki Airport? A. Their boarding time. B. Finland’s tourism slogan. C. The shops’ opening hours. D. The “you are here” display. 30. Why is Munich Airport mentioned in the next? A. To show its popularity. B. To introduce InfoGate kiosks. C. To prove Heikki Koski’s words. D. To be compared with Helsinki Airport. 31. What is the best title for the text? A. Silence, please. This is an airport! B. Can airports be as quiet as temples? C. Silent airports all around the world D. Technology helps airports become interactive D Is any economist so dull as to criticize Christmas? At first glance, the holiday season in western economies seems a treat for those concerned with such vagaries (奇想) as GDP growth. After all, everyone is spending; in America, retailers make 25% of their yearly sales and 60% of their profits between Thanksgiving and Christmas. Even so, economists find something to worry about in the nature of the purchases being made. Much of the holiday spending is on gifts for others. At the simplest level, giving gifts involves the giver thinking of something that the recipient(接受者) would like — he tries to guess her preferences, as economists say — and then buying the gift and delivering it. Yet this guessing of preferences is not easy; indeed, it is often done badly. Every year, ties go unworn and books unread. And even if a gift is enjoyed, it may not be what the recipient would have bought if they had spent the money themselves. Interested in this mismatch between wants and gifts, in 1993 Joel Waldfogel, then an economist at Yale University, sought to estimate the difference in dollar terms. In a research, he asked students two questions at the end of a holiday season: first, estimate the total amount paid (by the givers) for all the holiday gifts you received; second, apart from the sentimental value of the items, if you did not have them, how much would you be willing to pay to get them? His results were gloomy: on average, a gift was valued by the recipient well below the price paid by the giver. In addition, recipients may not know their own preferences very well. Some of the best gifts, after all, are unexpected items that you would never have thought of buying, but which turn out to be especially well picked. And preference can change. So by giving a jazz CD, for example, the giver may be encouraging the recipient to enjoy something that was ignored before. This, a desire to build skills, is possibly the hope held by many parents who ignore their children’s desires for video games and buy them books instead. Finally, there are items that a recipient would like to receive but not purchase. If someone else buys them, however, they can be enjoyed guilt-free. This might explain the high volume of chocolate that changes over the holidays. Thus, the lesson for gift-givers is that you should try hard to guess the preference of each person on your list and then choose a gift that will have a high sentimental value. 32. The word “sentimental” in Paragraph 3 is close to “.” A. intelligent B. emotional C. social D. practical 33. According to the text, which of the following statements is TRUE? A. Price is nothing but the factor when you give gifts. B. Chocolates will be blamed when people receive them as gifts. C. The receivers often overestimate the values of gifts. D. Wants do not always correspond to needs in gift-giving. 34. Which of the following statements can be inferred from the text? A. The gift-giver tries to ignore the actual needs of the receiver. B. The best gifts are well picked by the givers. C. In gift-giving, guessing preference is often a failure, so it’s the thought that counts. D. You have to take money into consideration when giving a gift. 35. The text is most likely taken from a ______. A. users’ handbook B. medical journal C. travel magazine D. consumer-related report 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’ve made a routine of a daily walk, congratulations! You’re getting many benefits of a walk. But there’s one simple mistake that could be putting your life at risk. Almost 129,000 pedestrians were injured, and 5,376 were killed in traffic crashes in the United States in 2015, according to the Center for Disease Control (CDC). 36. Luckily, there are some steps you can take to stay safe on foot. Sure, you drive on the right side of the road in the US, but that’s not where you should be as a pedestrian.37. Walking on a sidewalk can 100% guarantee your safety. But if you have to stay on the road, the CDC recommends walking toward traffic. Seems like it couldn’t make much difference.38. Simply walking against traffic instead of with it cut the risk of getting hit by a car by an average of 77%, according to the findings. 39 . Well, if you walk the same direction you’d drive, the cars closest to you are comingfrom behind. That means you’d need to rely on the driver to see you and react if it’s coming up too closely. If the person behind the wheel is not absorbed, you could end up injured—or worse. On the other hand, when you’re walking against traffic, you can see the cars heading toward you. Facing those vehicles lets you see danger coming and get out of the way if necessary, and you aren’t putting your life in the hands of every driver who passes.40. Or skip the busy streets entirely and learn to “mall walk” in the long corridors of shopping malls. If there’s a sidewalk available, you should always use it Where it is convenient and clear, make sure to take the route Next time you go for a walk or run, face the traffic and keep watchful You may be astonished by such a big difference between the choices Look backwards and forwards all the time when you walk along the traffic This means one crash-related pedestrian death every 1.6 hours But a study of car accidents between 2006 and 2010 would argue otherwise 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。 The other day, I had abruptly run out of printer ink just when I needed it. So I made a long 41 to the only store around here that sells it. It was the 42 time to shop. The store was 43 with people and the wait at the checkout counter was long. I could see the 44 and impatience on the faces of the people around me. It was no better in the parking lot and I found myself in the middle of a 45 line of cars waiting to pull out on the highway. As my car was moving forward 46. She was a young, thin woman with black skin and a 47 coat. She was holding up a cardboard sign that 48: “Homeless. Please Help!” I watched as car after car drove past and the drivers turned a 49 eye to her. As I came 50 a voice of the angel in my heart whispered in my ear and I quickly took up my wallet and pulled out the little 51 I had left. I stopped next to her, rolled down my window, and 52 put it in her hand. She looked at me with a small, sad smile and 53 “Thank You” before the honking(鸣笛)of the car behind me 54 me to drive on. I drove away praying for her and 55 that the little money would help her even a little. Did my small act of kindness make a 56 for her? I don’t know. Did it change the 57 of the driver behind me? Probably not. Was it 58 in the eyes of the angel in my heart? Definitely So! In this life we all want to make 59 changes, but sometimes a small act of 60 is all it needs. 41. A. run B. drive C. walk D. journey 42. A. perfect B. only C. possible D. worst 43. A. packed B. surrounded C. associated D. covered 44. A. delight B. excitement C. stress D. disappointment 45. A. complete B. long C. new D. straight 46. A. slowly B. gradually C. safely D. hurriedly 47. A. fantastic B. clean C. shabby D. casual 48. A. pronounced B. declared C. spelled D. read 49. A. green B. sharp C. blind D. serious 50. A. farther B. closer C. faster D. harder 51. A. cash B. paper C. ink D. food 52. A. suddenly B. calmly C. naturally D. quickly 53. A. gestured B. shouted C. announced D. whispered 54. A. forced B. allowed C. required D. convinced 55. A. believing B. hoping C. admitting D. noticing 56. A. difference B. choice C. decision D. living 57. A. life B. nature C. opinion D. slate 58. A. normal B. difficult C. wise D. important 59. A. positive B. great C. real D. social 60. A. honesty B. courage C. kindness D. intelligence 第二卷(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。将答案填写在答题卡的相应位置。 In 61 (tradition) Chinese culture, tai chi is often related to the Chinese idea of yin and yang, the idea that one can see two sides in everything. Once 62 a time,Taoist Zhang Sanfeng saw a bird attacking a snake in the Wudang Mountains inHubei province. The snake’s defense inspired him 63 (create) a set of 72 movements, which used 64 (soft) and power from inside to defeat violent force. For those 65 do it, tai chi can be practiced anytime and anywhere without equipment or a gymnasium. And learning to do it 66 (correct) gives us a practical way to achieve such things as balance, motor control and rhythm (节奏) of movement. So it 67 (believe) that practicing tai chi can in some way help us stand, walk, move and run better. Tai chi’s benefits certainly go beyond physical ones. For Marleni Calcina from Peru, who 68 (do) tai chi for over 10 years, it’s not only a sport, but also a way of life. And 69 is tai chi that has helped her understand the value of “going slowly”. Now, practicing tai chi is like 70 (speak) with her soul. 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。 I once paid a brief visit China ten years ago and it was my dream to return someday. Travel the length of the country felt like a dream then. However, in 2017 it finally came truly. Not for a few weeks’ adventure, and to live and work for a year. It was an unique opportunity to experience many about the mysterious country. I would communicate with people from different backgrounds and have lots of funs. I was warmly welcomed the moment when I arrived at the college. I thought, “I am going to enjoy this.” It really go like this. Indeed, my students often ask, “Bruce, why are we always smiling?” What else could I say? 第二节 书面表达 (满分25分) 假定你是李华,你的美国朋友Linda在当地的一所孔子学院(Confucius Institute)学习,你刚获悉她在学院举办的中文诗词(poetry)比赛中荣获一等奖。请你用英语给她写一封电子邮件表示祝贺,并希望她有机会来中国深造。 注意:1. 词数100左右; 2. 可以适当增加细节,以使行文连贯。 答案 第一部分:1-5 BABCC 6-10 ABCAC 11-15 BACBB 16-20 ABCAC 第二部分:21-23 ACA 24-27 CBCD 28-31 BACA 32-35 BDCD 36-40 FAGDC 第三部分:41~45 BDACB 46~50 ACDCB 51~55 ADDAB 56~60 ACDBC 61.traditional 62. upon 63.to create 64.softness 65.who 66.correctly 67.is believed 68. has done 69.it 70. speaking 第四部分: 第一处:China前加to(第1句) 第二处:Travel改为Travel(l)ing(第2句) 第三处:Truly改为true(第3句) 第四处:and改为but(第4句) 第五处:an改为a(第5句) 第六处:many改为much / more(第5句) 第七处:funs改为fun(第6句) 第八处:删掉when(第7句) 第九处:go改为goes(第9句) 第十处:we改为you(第10句) 四、One possible version: Dear Linda, I’m pleased to learn you’ve just won first prize in the Chinese poetry competition held in your institute. I’m writing to offer my sincere congratulations to you. It came as no surprise to me because I know you love Chinese culture, especially Chinese poetry, and you’ve been studying in a local Confucius Institute for years. I’m so proud to see all your efforts have paid off. I hope you can have a chance to come to China for further study in the near future and have a better understanding of my country. Wish you greater progress in the study of Chinese poetry. Yours, Li Hua 听力原文 Text l M: Mum, can Peter and I swim at the pool in our backyard, please? W: You’d better not, Jimmy. The summer days are already gone. You’ll catch a cold. Text 2 W: The green dress makes me look slimmer; the red one makes me look more energetic and cheerful; as for the blue one, it’s more traditional. M: I think you should wear the one which can let him feel your energy and joy since it’s your first date. W: Okay. Text 3 W: Okay, I’m going to put a new kitchen oven on my shopping list. It should be in style, with a lot of functions, and… M: What’s wrong with the old one? W: Oh, it took its last breath days ago. Text 4 M: Looks like we’ll be stuck on the road for a while. W: Turn off the radio. The host’s voice annoys me! M: I’ve got some real nice jazz CDs here. You want to hear? W: Sure. Go ahead. Text 5 M: You bought this painting for $1,000? Are you crazy? I don’t think it’s even worth 50 bucks! W: What do you know? It’s a diamond in the rough①! Even Vincent van Gogh’s works were considered as rubbish at first, and now they are all priceless! Text 6 W: The weather forecast says it’ll rain today.[:] M: Doesn’t it always? ⑥They’ve been saying that for a week and I haven’t seen much sign of it so far. W: Yeah, but this time maybe they’re on target. The sky’s very dark. I got a feeling the rain will be heavy. M: I can give you a ride home if it’s raining heavily. W: No, thanks. ⑦Our boss may ask me to work overtime to finish this month’s billing report. Don’t worry. I’ll probably just wait the rain out. Text 7 M: Wendy, I was wondering if you could help me get a job? I mean, since you’re resourceful... W: Why? I thought music was your life career. Is that because of that guitar player Tony? I remember you said you didn’t get along with him. M: No, not like that. I love playing in my jazz band, but ⑧I can’t rely on it for a full-time salary. When the days are good, ⑨we get hired a lot to play at weddings, outdoor concerts and festivals. Then, once the cooler temperatures set in, we don’t get that many jobs at all. Sometimes I can barely make ends meet. Text 8 W: I need to talk to you about the situation in the office, Simon. M: Oh, I know I should’ve kept my desk clean. Sorry, I... W: That’s not what I want to say. ⑩I mean the noise! ⑪We’re supposed to do our preparation for the courses and grade the students’ assignments in the office, but Professor Brian constantly has students coming in to get help with his research reports. I can’t get focused on my work! M: What do you think of that small room downstairs? We could change it into a meeting room for Professor Brian to use. W: ⑫You mean the room used for storing supplies now? I thought the school said it would be changed into a little library. M: Well, I don’t know. Let’s go and ask. Text 9 M: Hello. I’d like to get my camera fixed. W: Can your camera still be turned on, Sir?[:] M: Yeah, but every time I put a memory card in it, ⑬the card gets burnt! W: Oh? Did you drop it on the ground accidentally, Sir? M: Not even once. W: I see. Have you brought the receipt? M: I lost it. Does it matter?[:] W: It’s okay. I can still check the serial number on our website. Here. ⑭It shows that you bought it 8 months ago. We only provide a 6-month free service.⑮ You’ll have to pay $50 if you want to get it fixed here, Sir. M: What? It has burnt three of my memory cards! Who’s going to make up for that? W: Well, Sir. Considering your loss, ⑮how about a 40% discount for the repair? M: Okay. When can I get my camera back anyway? W: ⑯Tomorrow is Sunday and our repairmen won’t work... Can you come back next Tuesday, Sir? M: Sure. Text 10 W: London taxi drivers know the capital like the back of their hands, for they all have to go through a very tough training period before getting a special taxi driving license. During this period, ⑰which can take from 2 to 4 years, the learner taxi driver has to learn the most direct route to every single road and to every important building in London. ⑱Learner drivers are tested several times during their training period by government officers. Their exams are a terrible experience. The officers ask you, “How do you get from Buckingham Palace to the Tower of London?” And you have to take them there in a direct line. When you get to the tower, they will quickly move on to the next question. After 5 or 6 questions, ⑲they will just say “see you in two months’ time” and then you know the exam is over. Learner drivers are not allowed to work and earn money as drivers. The training can cost quite a lot because ⑳learners have to pay their own expenses for the tests and a medical exam. 资源来源网络,https://www.kuaiwen.net ·15· 
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