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 整理 资源来源网络(” 应县第一中学2019届高三9月月考 英语试题 2018.9 时间:120分钟 满分:150分 第一部分:阅读理解(共20小题;每小题3分,满分60分) 第一节:阅读下列短文,从所给各题的四个选项A、B、C、D中,选出最佳选项 A   Have you ever had one of those days when all you wanted to do was read an emotionally powerful story that would cause you to tears? Most of us tend to be attracted by stories that reach us on multiple levels, including sadness. There are plenty of books that make you cry (and sometimes laugh) and that you can really sink your teeth into. Here are four of them. 1. The Kite Runner This realistic and moving description of life in Afghanistan accounts for the people who were badly affected by the Taliban. You’ll cry as you get to know the familial relationships and cruelty involved, but you’ll also get a sense of hope as you quickly read through this appealing novel.    2. The Book Thief Let’s put it this way: Death itself is the narrator. The story is about a young girl named Liesel who has to live with foster parents during World War II. On the way to her new home, her brother dies, setting the gloomy tone for the story. There is hope, however, when Liesel discovers her love for reading and makes a relationship with a young Jewish man she helps hide from the Nazis.  3. The Fault in Our Stars This is probably the most likely book on the list to make you cry, as it records the experiences of teens who are dying from cancer and living their last days in love. Their lifestyle is tragic and disturbing at the same time, as we watch their health worsen. The real tragedy is the love story between the main characters, who know that their romance is fruitless.  4. A Child Called “It” Easily one of the saddest stories of abuse in recent decades, A Child Called It is based on the true story of Dave Pelzer, a boy from California who suffered at the hands of his cruel family. The tears will come from both sadness and the inspiration tied to Dave’s fight for survival in an environment where he is believed worthless. 1.What do the four books have in common? A.They are all about cruel wars. B.They all probably make you cry. C.They are all about suffering children. D.They are all adapted from true stories. 2.Which book is about a young victim whose family treated him cruelly? A.The Kite Runner B.A Child Called “It” C.The Fault in Our Stars D.The Book Thief 3.The passage is intended to __________. A.advise us to buy some books B.inspire us to read more C.explain why we love reading D.introduce some moving books B A young woman sits alone in a café sipping tea and reading a book. She pauses briefly to write in a nearby notepad before showing her words to a passing café waiter: "Where are the toilets please?"This is a familiar scene in Tokyo’s so-called "silent cafés", where customers are not allowed to speak, and only communicate by writing in notepads.     The concept rises by a desire to be alone among young Japanese, a situation brought by economic uncertainty, a shift in traditional family support structures and the growing social isolation. The phenomenon is not limited to coffee shops but covers everything from silent discos, where participants dance alone wearing wireless headphones connected to the DJ, to products such as small desk tents designed for conversation-free privacy in the office. One Kyoto company even offers single women the opportunity to have a "one woman wedding"—a full bridal affair, complete with white dress and ceremony, and the only thing missing is the groom. The trend has its own media expression-“botchi-zoku”, referring to individuals who consciously choose to do things completely on their own.     One recent weekday afternoon, Chihiro Higashikokubaru, a 23-year-old nurse, travelled 90 minutes from her home, to Tokyo on her day off in order to enjoy some solo time. Speaking quietly at the entrance of the cafe, Miss Higashikokubaru said: “I heard about this place via Twitter and I like the idea of coming here. I work as a nurse and it's always very busy. There are very few quiet places in Tokyo, and it's a big busy city. I just want to come and sit somewhere quietly on my own. I’m going to drink a cup of tea and maybe do some drawings. I like the idea of a quiet, calm atmosphere.”     The desire to be isolated is not a new concept in Japan, home to an estimated 3.6 million "hikikomori" - a more extreme example of social recluses(隐士) who withdraw completely from society. 4.What is special about the “silent cafes”? A.It provides various tea and books. B.It has attracted many popular young people. C.It offers service by writing not by speaking D.People are not allowed to communicate. 5.Which of the following statement can’t account for the idea of being alone in Japan? A.Unstable economic situation B.A change in traditional family support pattern C.The rising demand for privacy D.The increasing social isolation 6.What do we know about Higashikokubaru? A.She doesn’t like to be a nurse. B.She doesn’t like the life in big cities. C.She travelled to Tokyo on her work days. D.She enjoys her solo time in a quiet place. 7.What is the best title of the passage? A.Lonely Japanese B.One woman wedding C.Social recluses in Japan D.Silent cafes C We all have our own idea of what the perfect smile should look like,whether we show a mouthful of whites or keep our lips closed and turned up at the corners.When we think of the perfect smile,we often picture someone grinning,with all of our teeth showing,but based on new findings,less is actually more.Nathaniel He1wig and his colleagues at the University of Minnesota discovered that a successful,genuine smile actually rests less on showing teeth and more on facial balance and symmetry(对称).        For the study,researchers looked at 3D computer-animated facial models of more than 800 study participants.The computer-animated facial models went through a series of facial transformations,with researchers changing the mouth angle,amount of teeth shown,the degree of the smile.Participants were then asked to rate the models’smiles based on effectiveness,genuineness and pleasantness.     The results of the study found that the most successful smile had a perfect balance of teeth,an ideal mouth angle,and a smile length that extended to what was called the“sweet spot”.Smiles that showed a quick sync(同步)of the left and right side of the face during smiling were also more highly related.     Smiling makes up a good part of our nonverbal(非语言的)communication,making it important to have a grin that will draw people to you and also seem sincere.It’s also worth noting that perfect smile could help improve your health too. 8.What is the possible meaning of the underlined word“grinning”in the first paragraph? A.Talking softly. B.Smiling widely. C.Chatting cheerfully. D.Eating healthily. 9.Which aspect should be considered when rating the smiles in the study? A.How pleasant it makes people feel. B.Whether it improves health. C.How successful smiling people are. D.Whether it lasts long enough. 10.What makes the perfect smile based on the new study? A.White teeth. B.Smile length. C.Facial balance. D.Lip corners. 11.Where does this text probably come from? A.A book review. B.A science report. C.A history textbook. D.A travelling guide. D Books allow us a glance into the mind of the authors,but what if we could make a direct connection instead? What if we could ask specific questions about their experiences,receive instant answers,and hear their stories first—hand?     Now,thanks to a library in Denmark,you can check out a person as you use a book to find out more about their unique stories.     At the Human Library,you go through some titles and pick one you’d like to know more about.When you decide on a title,you are taken to a discussion area to meet your human book and have the next 30 minutes with your“book”to learn about it.The downside is,unlike a book,that you don’t take that person home with you.Your“borrowed”human could be anyone—a funeral director,politician,or even a child—with an incredible story to tell.     The Human Library Organization came to be in Copenhagen,Denmark in 2000.Ronni Abergel,his brother Dany,and some colleagues hosted a four-day event during a major Northern European festival,hoping to raise awareness about violence among youth.After the Success.Abergel founded the Human Library Organization.Since then,it has spread to more than 50 countries around the world.     Though there are a few permanent human libraries,most aren’t places at all,but events.Even if many do take place at physical libraries,you don’t need a library card—anyone can come and be part of the experience.All that’s needed is people who want to tell their stories,and people who are willing to listen. 12.The writer raises two questions in the first paragraph to__________. A.stress the importance of reading B.draw the readers’attention to the topic C.picture a reading scene of the future D.invite readers to answer them 13.Which of the following could be a disadvantage of the Human Library? A.Few topics are available for discussion. B.There is limited time for communication. C.The human book can’t be taken away. D.No instant answer will be received. 14.To become a book in human form,one______. A.must present his library card B.has to be at least 18 years old C.should go to the library regularly willing to share his stories 15.According to the author,the Human Library_______. A.has spread to every corner of the whole world an actual place for readers to discuss about books C.aims to raise awareness about violence among youth a new meaning to the phrase“I am an open book” 第二节 七选五 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 Millions of Chinese people have been playing a mobile game called Travel Frog recently. ____16______. You prepare food and tools for its trips, and the frog sends you postcards while it’s away.      The game’s popularity may have something to do with how lonely people feel these days, according to Xinhua News Agency. _____17_____, and playing the game helps them forget their loneliness for a short time.     ____18______.   According to the Guardian, about 40 percent of US adults say they’re lonely. And in the UK, about one in five people are “always or often lonely”, The Telegraph reported.     This might be why the UK government announced in January that it had created the job of “minister for loneliness (孤独大臣)”. ____19______, while the minister’s office plans to spend money on activities to bring people together.     ____20______. When we see pictures of friends having fun or posting selfies without us, we may compare their “perfect” lives with our own, making us feel lonely and left out.     But we should remember that there’s no need to feel lonely. As UK poet John Donne once wrote, “No man is an island, entire of itself; every man is a piece of the continent, a part of the main.”  A. Loneliness seems to be a common problem today  B. Travel Frog is a mobile game known for its peaceful nature  C. In the game, you act as the “parent” of a frog that lives alone and enjoys traveling  D. The minister’s job is to find ways to help British people feel less lonely  E. Many players say that the lonely frog is just like them  F. The loneliness problem may be partly due to social media  G. Loneliness is believed to be harmful to people’s health 第二部分:完形填空(共20小题;每小题2分,满分40分) 阅读下面短文,从短文后所给各题的四个选项(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。 I am the only person who has reached senior middle school in my family. So, I am the “best educated”. But I also used to be the most     21    because I never thought about my manners. As a busy    22    , I always come home from school late. When I get home a    23      , it is time for my meal. After eating, I go to school again. But one day, when I was ready to go to school after lunch as usual, Dad stopped me. “Could you    24    me some time?” he asked, “just one     25    .” I looked at the time and found I didn’t have much time left. “OK, Dad, but please make it       26    .” “All right, I know you are    27    , so I will just ask you two questions. Could you    28    how many things you have done for our    29    ? And, could you tell me how often you say hello to your family members when you get home?”      That day, when I was at    30    , I thought about the questions without understanding why Dad had    31    asked them. Then, my friend, a girl from a rich family, asked me what was     32    me. I told her. After listening, she laughed. “Hey! That’s nothing    33    ! You know, I never do anything or say hello to anybody when I am at home, either.” Then she added, “As far as I know, 90 percent of our    34    have never done these things.” Really? At that moment, I    35    why my dad had asked me those questions. It was because it is good    36    to say hello to your family. However, most of us students don’t know, or even    37    this. How sad we are! I finally realized how I should answer my dad’s questions. First, I would do all those things that are called good manners. Second, I would    38    my classmates to be aware of their manners as soon as possible. That night I told these things to Dad. “Good,” he said, “Better late than never.” The next afternoon, when I got home, I saw Mum in the kitchen cooking. “Hi, Mum, I’m    39    ,” I said. She looked at me and gave me a big    40    . 21.A.shy     B.impolite     C.angry     D.anxious 22.A.senior student assistant teacher 	D.housewife 23.A.time     B.night     C.noon     D.spare time 24.A.spend     B.take     C.spare     D.lend 25.A.thing     B.hour     C.question     D.minute 26.A.easy     B.happy     C.quick     D.simple 27.A.impolite     B.polite   	  C. patient     D.busy 28.A.look about     B.make sure     C.find out     D.take out     B.members     D.promise 30.A.bed     C.table     D.home 31.A.suddenly     B.obviously     C.clearly     D.simply 32.A.surprising     B.paining     C.puzzling     D.delighting 33.A.dangerous     B.normal     C.valuable     D.important     B.class     C.neighbor 35.A.wondered     B.understood    	C.knew     D.noticed 36.A.way     B.exercise     C.chance     D.manners 37.A.think about about for     D.hunt for 38.A.force     B.remind     C.allow     D.ask 39.A.home     B.late     C.sorry     D.hungry 40.A.cake     B.suggestion     D.chance 第三部分 写作(满分50分) 语篇型语法填空 (共15小题;每小题1.5分,满分15分) 阅读下面材料,在空白处填入适当内容(不多于3个词)或括号内单词正确形式填空。 In recent years, many original Chinese children's novels and picture books, with moving stories and Chinese elements, ______41____(reach)great heights in the international markets. Children's books have clocked 7.3 million volumes, ____42______(account) for 50.33 percent of all books exported.     Three factors have _____43_____(great) contributed to the _____44_____(grow): the depth of the story, traditional Chinese elements and emotions of the characters.     The meaning of children's books lies in conveying the profound connotation (内涵)behind the story. Through the unique interpretation of the humanity and the environment, _____45_____(write) share the same feelings with Chinese and Western readers.     Cao Wenxuan, ____46______is the writer of Bronze and Sunflower, even won Hans Christian Andersen Award. The English version of the book was published in 2015 by a British company, _____47_____republished in 2017. It was included in "the voice of the world -- the world's ____48______(beautiful) novel series".     The book tells the story of the growing relationship ____49______a city girl, Sunflower, and a country boy, Bronze. The author displays the extreme struggle of the characters in _____50_____face of hardship, and describes the true, the good and the beautiful in human nature with vigor(活力) and warmth. 第二节:短文改错(共10小题;每小题1分,满分10分) 下面短文中有10处语言错误。请在有错误的地方增加、删除或修改某个单词。 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. 每句不超过两个错误; 2. 每处错误及其修改均只限一词; 3. 只允许修改10处,多者(从第11处起)不计分。 As is known to all that we students have to fix our attention on our lessons, so we know few of society. A holiday is the best time and the better chance to make up for that. Take a part-time job is a good form of social practice. Neither we have learned in books nor in class can have the same important effect on us as what we had learned through personal practice. In social practice, we can surely make a rapid progress in both knowledge and practical ability. However, when we take part-time jobs, we may get paid more or less help our families. Thus, I suggest we senior school students can take part-time jobs in their holidays, if possible. :书面表达(共25分) 随着经济的发展,越来越多的文化遗产(cultural relics)遭到破坏。假设你是红星中学高中生李华,请给当地报社写一封信,就以下两个方面谈谈你的看法,以纪念6月10日的“世界文化遗产日(the World Cultural Heritage Day)”。 要点: 1.文化遗迹的重要性(见证历史和文化,帮助人们了解过去;稀少,有价值) 2.呼吁人们保护文化遗产 注意: 1.要涵盖所给要点,词数100左右; 2.可以适当增加细节,以使行文连贯; 3.开头和结尾已为你写好,不计入总词数。 Dear Editor,     I am Li Hua, a senior student from Hong Xing High School. ________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ ________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ ________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ Sincerely Li Hua 高三月考二英语答案2018.9 阅读理解 A篇 BBD B篇 CCDD C篇BACB D篇 BCDD 七选五 C; E; A; D; F 完型填空 21-25 BACCD 26-30CDCAB 31-35 ACDBB 36-40 DBBAC 语法填空 have reached; 42. accounting; 43. greatly; 44. growth; 45. writers; who; 47. and; 48. most beautiful; 49. between; 50.the 短文改错      is known to all that we students have to fix our attention on our lessons, so we know  of society. A holiday is the best time and the  chance to make up for that.  a part-time job is a good form of social practice. Neither we have learned in books nor in class can have the same important effect on us as what we  learned through personal practice. In social practice, we can surely make a rapid progress in both knowledge and practical ability. , when we take part-time jobs, we may get paid more or less  help our families. Thus, I suggest we senior school students  /can take part-time jobs in  holidays, if possible. 书面表达 范文: Dear Editor,     I am Li Hua, a Senior student from Hong Xing High School. Nowadays, with the development of our society, more and more cultural relics are facing the danger of disappearing. So we must attach importance to the problem and try our best to protect them.     First, cultural relics represent our historic cultures, which offer us a great opportunity to learn about what happened in the past. Also, they are the roots of a city or a place. They can help us make our traditional cultures handed down from generation to generation. More importantly, most of them have survived for a long time and they are usually very rare and valuable.     For above reasons, with the World Cultural Heritage Day coming ,we shouldn’t hesitate to call on people to take action to save our treasures. I hope more and more people will become concerned about protecting our cultural relics. Sincerely Li Hua 资源来源网络, ·7· 
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