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 整理 资源来源网络(https://www.kuaiwen.net)” 安徽省六校教育研究会2018届高三(上)第一次联考 英语试卷 命题人: 审题人: (考试时间:120分钟 试卷分值:150分) 第Ⅰ卷 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。 1. What will the boy probably eat next? A. An apple. B. Vegetables. C. Chocolate cake. 2. When did Tom finish work? A. At 8:00 B. At 6:30 C. At 4:30 3. What is the doctor’s advice? A. Come back in two days B. Take some medicine C. Stay home from school 4. How does the woman feel? A. Surprised B. Tired C. Relaxed 5. Who has been to Yellowstone National Park? A. The woman. B. The man’s uncle. C. The man’s sister. 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. What do we know about the man’s wife? A. She likes reading very much. B. She’s counting the days. C. She will visit some old friends. 7. Where did the woman probably go last summer? A. Hawaii. B. Europe. C. Egypt. 听第7段材料,回答第8、9题。 8. What kinds of pictures does the man want to take? A. Insects. B. Birds. C. People. 9. What will the man probably do next? A. Buy his own equipment. B. Give the woman $500. C. Borrow a camera. 听第8段材料,回答第10至12题。 Why are the speakers walking to school ? A. It’s close to home. B. They want to get in shape. C. They can stop at McDonald’s on the way. 11. How many calories does the breakfast sandwich have? A. 25 calories. B. 320 calories	C. 100 calories. 12. What does the woman want to avoid? A. Meat. B. Salads. C. Seeds and berries. 听第9段材料,回答第13至16题。 13. Where did the first Hard Rock Café open? A. In San Francisco. B. In London. C. In Istanbul. 14. What happened in 1982? A. The café was founded. B. The headquarters moved to Florida. C. The chain began to expand worldwide. 15. How many locations does the café have around the world? A. 59. B. 171. C. 191. 16. When will the speakers probably visit the café? A. Sometime next week. B. This weekend. C. Tomorrow. 听第10段材料,回答第17至20题。 17. What day is this announcement given? A. On Friday. B. On Monday. C. On Wednesday. 18. Why do the volunteers need to make a plan? A. The students will be here for only three hours. B. They are new volunteers. C. There are too many students. 19. What will Mindy do? A. Help students put beans into boxes. B. Write down what has been organized. C. Give a history lesson. 20. How can small students help? A. By driving the truck. B. By organizing the boxes. C. By taking down some information. 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 Exam time is around the corner , so seek out several brilliant apps free of charge to help you handle the stress of exams and ensure the efficiency of your studying over the following weeks. Exam Countdown This app can be used to make you realize how many days, hours, and minutes you have before your exam. That can help to drive you to hit the books before it’s too late. Block The Internet Are you always using Facebook when you should be writing an article? Or probably are you distracted(使分心)by a battle in Warcraft ? Download this app to get rid of online distractions by temporarily blocking Internet sites on your mobile. Simply add the websites you want to block and the period of time to block them for. Guarantee to get yourself focused on that assignment. CBT-i Coach CBT-i Coach, developed by The US Department of Veterans Affairs, is to assist with insomnia (失眠)and help people who would like to improve their sleeping habits. It provides several key parts: information about sleep and insomnia, strategies for improving sleep, relaxation skills and a helpful sleep diary. Yoga Yoga is beneficial to the health of both the mind and body and will help you to perform at your best while at university. Download a yoga app and have your own personal yoga instructor in your living room. You can choose from short or long workouts and have a qualified instructor teaching you how to do each pose. Choose from a variety of yoga routines and watch the instructional videos. Go on, stretch out those sore muscles. 21. Which app is the most useful for students lost in video games? A. Yoga. B. Block The Internet. C. CBT-i Coach. D. Exam Countdown. 22. What do we know about CBT-i Coach from this article? A. It helps to build up stronger muscles. B. It helps students to manage their study time. C. It is used to treat soldiers with sleeping difficulties. D. It monitors and improves people’s sleeping quality. 23. What does the author mainly intend to tell us in this passage? A. The influence of our study habits on our exam results. B. Several tips on how to throw off anxiety before exams. C. Some apps to help students better prepare for exams. D. Details of some apps to help to improve learning skills. B When a first-time father hugged his newborn son, he immediately noticed the baby’s ears standing out from his head. He expressed his concern to the nurse that some children might make fun of his child, calling him names like “Dumbo”. He wondered if the child might suffer psychological effects from teasing, or if they should consider plastic surgery . A doctor examined the baby and reassured the new dad that his son was healthy – the ears presented only a minor problem. The father finally felt more optimistic about his child, but now he worried about his wife’s reaction to the son’s large ears. “She doesn’t take things as easily as I do,” he said to the nurse. By this time, the new mother was settled in the recovery room and ready to meet her new baby.The baby was wrapped up in a blanket with his head covered for the short trip through the cold air-conditioned corridor. The baby was finally placed in his mother’s arms, who eased the blanket back so that she could look upon her child for the first time.She took one look at her baby’s face, looked to her husband and said with surprise, “Oh, Honey! Look! He has your ears!” No problem with Mom. She married those ears ... and she loves the man to whom they are attached. The poet Khalil Gibran said, “Beauty is not in the face; beauty is a light in the heart.” It’s hard to see the ears when you’re looking into the light. 24. When the new father first held his son in his arms, ______. A. he noticed that his son was unhealthy B. he knew plastic surgery was necessary C. he already began to worry about his schooling D. he was disturbed by the way his son’s ears looked 25. The underlined word “reassured” most likely means ______. A.comforted B. worried C. satisfied D. encouraged 26. What is true about the baby’s mother? A.She blamed her husband for the baby’s big ears. B.She was the first to discover the baby’s large ears. C.She suggested having an operation on the baby immediately. D.She found something similar between the baby and its father. 27. With the story, the author intends to tell us that ______. A. new parents often worry about minor problems B. beauty lies within the beholder C. father and mother often think differently D. healthy children are a gift to parents C If you think a high-factor sunscreen(防晒霜)keeps you safe from harmful rays, you may be wrong. Research in this week's Nature shows that while factor 50 reduces the number of melanomas(黑瘤)and delays their occurrence, it can't prevent them. Melanomas are the most aggressive skin cancers. You have a higher risk if you have red or blond hair, fair skin, blue or green eyes, or sunburn easily, or if a close relative has had one. There is continuing debate as to how effective sunscreen is in reducing melanomas—the evidence is weaker than it is for preventing other types of skin cancer. A 2011 Australian study of 1,621 people found that people applying sunscreen daily had half the rate of melanomas of people who used cream as needed. A second study, comparing 1,167 people with melanomas to 1,101 who didn't have the cancer, found that using sunscreen routinely, alongside other protection such as hats, long sleeves or staying in the shade, did give some protection. This study said other forms of sun protection—not sunscreen—seemed most beneficial. The study relied on people remembering what they had done over each decade of their lives, so it's not entirely reliable. But it seems reasonable to think sunscreen gives people a false sense of security in the sun. Many people also don't use sunscreen properly-applying insufficient amounts, failing to reapply after a couple of hours and staying in the sun too long. It is sunburn that is most worrying — recent research shows five episodes of sunburn in the teenage years increases the risk of all skin cancers. The good news is that a combination of sunscreen and covering up can reduce melanoma rates, as shown by Australian figures from their slip-slop-slap campaign. So if there is a heat wave this summer, it would be best for us, too, to slip on a shirt, slop on(抹上)sunscreen and slap on a hat. 28.What is people's common expectation of a high-factor sunscreen? A. It will delay the occurrence of skin cancer. B. It will protect them from sunburn. C. It will keep their skin smooth and fair. D. It will work for people of any skin color. 29. What do we learn from the 2011 Australian study of 1,621 people? A. Sunscreen should be applied alongside other protection measures. B. High-risk people benefit the most from the application of sunscreen. C. Irregular application of sunscreen does women more harm than good. D. Daily application of sunscreen helps reduce the incidence of melanomas. What does the author say about the second Australian study? A. It misleads people to rely on sunscreen for protection. B. It helps people to select the most effective sunscreen. C. It is not based on direct observation of the subjects. D. It confirms the results of the first Australian study. 31. What does the author suggest to reduce melanoma rates? A. Using both covering up and sunscreen. B. Staying in the shade whenever possible. C. Using covering up instead of sunscreen. D. Applying the right amount of sunscreen. D When it's five o'clock, people leave their office. The length of the workday, for many workers, is defined by time. They leave when the clock tells them they're done. These days, the time is everywhere: not just on clocks or watches, but on cell-phones and computers. That may be a bad thing, particularly at work. New research shows that clock-based work schedules hinder morale (士气) and creativity. Clock-timers organize their day by blocks of minutes and hours. For example: a meeting from 9 a. m. to 10 a. m. , research from 10 a. m. to noon, etc. On the other hand, task-timers have a list of things they want to accomplish. They work down the list, each task starts when the previous task is completed. It is said that all of us employ a mix of both these types of planning. What, then, are the effects of thinking about time in these different ways? Does one make us more productive? Better at the tasks at hand? Happier? In experiments conducted by Tamar Avnet and Anne-Laure Sellier, they had participants organize different activities—from project planning, holiday shopping, to yoga—by time or to-do list to measure how they performed under "clock time" vs "task time". They found clock timers to be more efficient but less happy because they felt little control over their lives. Task timers are happier and more creative, but less productive. They tend to enjoy the moment when something good is happening, and seize opportunities that come up. The researchers argue that task-based organizing tends to be undervalued and under-supported in business culture. Smart companies, they believe, will try to bake more task-based planning into their strategies. This might be a small change to the way we view work and the office, but the researchers argue that it challenges a widespread characteristic of the economy: work organized by clock time. While most people will still probably need, and be, to some extent, clock-timers, task-based timing should be used when performing a job that requires more creativity. It'll make those tasks easier, and the task-doers will be happier. 32. What is the way for people to do their work according to the author? A. They give priority to the most urgent task on hand. B. They set a time limit for each specific task. C. They combine clock-based and task-based planning. D. They accomplish their tasks one by one. 33. What did the researchers find in their experiments about clock-timers? A.They tend to be more productive. B. They seize opportunities as they come up. C. They always get their work done in time. D.They have more control over their lives. 34. What is the researchers’ opinion about today's business culture? A. It does not support the strategies adopted by smart companies. B. It places more emphasis on work efficiency than on workers' lives. C. It aims to bring employees' potential and creativity into full play. D.It does not lay enough emphasis on task-based practice. 35. From the passage, what can we conclude ? A. It is important to keep a balance between work and life. B. Task-based timing is preferred for doing creative work. C. Performing creative jobs tends to make workers happier. D. A scientific standard should be adopted in job evaluation. 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。 As a teacher, you could bring the community into your classroom in many ways. 36 They can be excellent teachers of their own traditions and histories. Immigrant parents could talk about their country of origin and why they immigrated to the United States. Parents can be invited to talk about their jobs or a community project. 37 Employees at local businesses and staff at community agencies have up-to-date information to share in classrooms. Field trips provide another opportunity to know the community. 38 However, Some matters have to be guaranteed. A school district should have guidelines for selecting and conducting field trips. 39 . 40 Some schools require students to provide community service by volunteering in a nursing home, child care center or government agency. These projects help students understand their responsibility to the larger community. A. Many school projects help students to be involved in community projects. B. The parents of your students are resources and properties for their children. C. Students might conduct research on a community need. D. There are many parents who specialize in areas related to community. E. They, of course, are not the only community resources. F. Besides, families must be made aware and give permission for their children to participate. G. Students can attend concerts or visit museums or historical sites. 第三部分 英语知识运用 (共两节,满分 45) 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。 My mom gave me some wise advice: “Nothing beats a good bite that bites back.” She was talking about her 41 for bitter-tasting food like rhubarb (大黄). Mom’s rhubarb plant is at the east of our 42 . Grandma moved it there from the farm. 43 I’ve always regarded it as an overgrown weed. We kept the largest garden in the neighborhood. Each growing season, we 44 the plentiful rhubarb, tomatoes, beans and carrots with our neighbors and friends. More families took the rhubarb than any other fruit. Nearly three years ago, while 45 Mom’s flower bed, I finally asked if I could dig out her rhubarb. 46 she didn’t bake with it anymore. “Absolutely not,” Mom said. Clearly I hadn’t 47 her devotion to it. As I continued weeding, I thought about how rhubarb is one of the 48 plants to appear in early spring. It breaks through the snowy, icy ground before buds (芽) form on trees. How can anyone fail to 49 such a passionate desire? When those first sprouts (嫩芽) 50 , I’d find Mom outdoors, examining them like a 51 counting a newborn’s fingers and toes. She would estimate about how long it’d be until she could make her rhubarb 52 . But when I was a kid and she gave me that pie, it made me 53 . In my teens, it made me complain. 54 ice cream did not sweeten the deal for my young taste buds. Rhubarb was something to be 55 at all costs. Then, last summer, I searched for Mom’s 56 . I found the one for her rhubarb pie. So I 57 to give it a try. A few tries later, I 58 rhubarb pie to family and guests. It tasted incredible. Since then I’ve come to two 59 about rhubarb. First, you can take rhubarb out of the country, but you can’t take the country out of the rhubarb. And second, rhubarb’s taste may be lost on children, but adults can 60 it. Like my wise mother, I now understand that “Nothing beats a good bite that bites back.” 41. A. effort	B. love	C. hope	D. regret 42. A. garden	B. farm	C. house	D. country 43. A. So B. And C. But D. Or 44. A. planted B. prepared C. collected D. shared 45. A. weeding B. making C. examining D. digging 46. A. As usual B. As a result	C. Above all D. After all 47. A. noticed B. understood C. followed D. ignored 48. A. first B. last C. strange D. common 49. A. miss B. question C. admire D. challenge 50. A. survived B. stayed C. dropped D. appeared 51. A. parent B. child C. doctor D. friend 52. A. dish B. pie C. soup D. salad 53. A. laugh B. cry C. cheerful D. peaceful 54. A. Only B. Just C. Even D. Yet 55. A. obtained B. gathered C. valued D. avoided 56. A. recipe B. advice C. notebook D. secret 57. A. refused B. agreed C. decided D. hesitated 58. A. taught B. served C. passed D. showed 59. A. theories B. ideas C. conclusions D. suggestions 60. A. sense B. trust C. discover D. appreciate 第 II 卷 第三部分 英语知识运用 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内容(1个单词)或括号内单词的正确形式。 King of Glory is a game developed by Chinese Internet giant Tencent. In the game, players choose a hero 61 (practice) 5 vs 5 battles, 62 each hero having different characteristics and magical attack modes. The 63 (hero) in King of Glory, are 64 (most) based on figures from ancient Chinese history, like China’s first emperor Ying Zheng, the famous poet Li Bai in Tang Dynasty, and Jing Ke, a killer 65 (know) for his failed attempt to kill Ying Zheng. A player said one of the most important reasons why he loves the game is that the 66 (history) characters look very “cool”. His favorite hero is Jing Ke. The real Jing Ke was a man. 67 , in the game he 68 (turn) into a sexy girl with barely any clothes on, 69 has aroused controversy on the internet. Some parents are worried that it may mislead their children and have 70 bad influence on their study, 第四部分 写作 (共两节 满分 35) 第一节 短文改错(共10小题;每小题一分,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; 只允许修改10处,多者(从第11处起)不计分。 One day, I picked my daughter Eloise from school and went to the supermarket for a few things. I was hoping to be in and out quick. I found a short line with just one person in the front of me. It was an elder woman, and she was paid for her things with only change. After a long day at work, I was impatient with this woman. And then I watched a young clerk. He helped her count her change, take it gently from her shaking hands. He was patient and kind the whole times. Because I was watching him, I saw Eloise was too. I realized my daughter had learned an important lesson with a complete stranger. 第二节 书面表达(满分25分) 假如你是李华。最近你刚结束在英国为期一个月的交换学习。学习期间,你和房东Mr. Wilson结下了深厚的友谊。请根据下面的写作提纲,给Mr. Wilson发一封电子邮件。 内容包括: 1. 表示感谢 2. 回顾他对你的照顾和帮助 3. 邀请他来中国游览 注意:1.词数100左右; 可适当增加细节,以使行文连贯。 安徽省六校教育研究会2018届高三(上)第一次联考 英语答案 第一部分 听力 1—5 ACBBC 6—10 ABAAB	11—15 BABCC	16—20 ACACC 第二部分 阅读理解 A篇 21-23 BDC B篇24-27 DADB C篇 28-31 BDCA D篇32-35 CADB 阅读七选五 36-40 BEGFA 第三部分 完形填空 41-45 BACDA 46-50 DBACD 51-55 ABBCD 56-60 ACBCD 语法填空 to practice 62. with 63. heroes 64. mostly 65. known 66. historical 67.However 68.turns 69. who 70. a 第四部分 短文改错 One day, I picked my daughter Eloise from school and went to the supermarket for a few up things. I was hoping to be in and out quick. I found a short line with just one person in the front of quickly me. It was an elder woman, and she was paid for her things with only change. After a long day at elderly paying work, I was impatient with this woman. And then I watched a young clerk, who was helping her t But count her change, take it gently from her shaking hands. He was patient and kind the whole times. taking time Because I was watching him, I saw Eloise was too. I realized my daughter had learned an As/When/While important lesson with a complete stranger. from 书面表达 参考范文 Dear Mr. Wilson, How is everything going? I’ve been back home now. I’m writing to express my sincere gratitude to you for your kindness. While I was in England, your help and kindness made my stay special and enjoyable. How I miss the days we spent together! Thanks to your help, I got used to the lifestyle there soon. I still miss the delicious meals you prepared for me. Besides, I really appreciate your patience while talking to me. By practicing speaking with you every day, I gradually improve my spoken English. I hope we can keep in touch with and communicate with each other in the future. It would be a great honor for me to invite you to come to China so that you can experience Chinese culture. Best wishes. Yours, Li Hua听力原文 Text 1 M: Mom, I don’t want to eat vegetables. Can I have dessert now? I love chocolate cake! W: You can have some fruit for dessert. If you eat an apple, I might let you have a small piece of chocolate cake. (1) Text 2 M: It’s only 6:30, and you’re done! I won’t finish work until 10:00. You’re very efficient. W: Well, Tom finished two hours earlier than me. (2) Text 3 W: Do you think it’s serious, doctor? Will I have to stay home from school? M: I doubt it. Take two of these pills every morning, and come back to see me in two weeks. (3) Text 4 W: Don’t turn the dishwasher on! The baby just fell asleep. I need a break! I’m exhausted from cooking soup and baking cookies all morning. (4) M: Oh! I’ll run it later, then. Let’s sit outside and read while she sleeps. Text 5 W: Have you ever been to Yellowstone National Park? My uncle is taking me there for the first time next weekend. M: No. My parents went there with my sister before I was born, though. (5) Text 6 W: Where are you going to take your vacation? M: Hawaii. W: That sounds like a great place to visit. Is your family going? M: Yes. We plan to go mountain climbing, fishing, swimming, and windsurfing. But most of all, we’re planning to relax. My wife is taking a whole bunch of books to read. (6) W: Your children must all be excited about it. M: Yes, they are. They’re counting the days. Are you going to Europe again this summer? (7) W: No, not this time. (7) We’re going to visit some old friends in Egypt. Text 7 M: I don’t have a good camera. How am I going to take nice pictures of the butterflies? (8) They are so colorful. I want to get in really close so everyone can see the details. W: Our photography lab loans cameras to all students enrolled in my class. Don’t worry. Just show your student ID and they will give you one. M: What if I lose it? Or break it? W: Just be as careful with the camera as you are with your own one. We trust you. Plus, you need to pay a deposit of $500, just in case something does happen. M: I think I’m better off buying my own. (9) I bet I can get one for $60. Even if I get a used one, it’s better than having to owe the school $500. Text 8 M: Two more miles to go…we have an hour before school starts. Let’s take our time. Do you want to stop and get a breakfast sandwich? W: We decided to start walking to school for the exercise. We want to get fit. (10) Why would we want to eat a fattening breakfast sandwich? M: McDonald’s has an egg muffin sandwich that has only 320 calories. (11) What’s wrong with that? I bet we walked off 320 calories already. After two more miles, we can probably walk off another 100 calories. W: I do need energy. I hardly ate dinner last night. My mom made leg of lamb, and it’s definitely not my favorite. In fact, I think I’m going to become a vegetarian. (12) M: Good for you! I gave up meat a long time ago. Now, almost all of my meals are salads. Funny thing is, when I make my food, I also make food for my rabbit. We mostly eat the same things now. W: My bird eats seeds and berries. We could probably share our meals, too! Text 9 M: Have you ever been to the Hard Rock Café? W: No, what is it? M: It’s a rock ’n’ roll themed restaurant, but some locations are also hotels. It’s a chain, so cities all over the world have them. There’s one in San Francisco. I was thinking about checking it out. Would you like to join me? W: Sure, that sounds fun. M: The original café was founded in London in 1971, (13) but since 2007, the headquarters has been in Florida. It didn’t start to expand worldwide until 1982, (14) and the one in San Francisco opened in 1984. W: Interesting. Actually, come to think of it, I think I passed by one when I was traveling in Istanbul, Turkey. Wow, I guess they really are all over the world! M: Yes, it’s a very international chain. I was reading about it, and apparently, there are 191 locations all over the world, in 59 different countries. (15) W: Wow! That’s amazing. M: Maybe we can go this weekend. W: I’m working this weekend, but I get my schedule for the following week tomorrow. I should probably have a few days free next week. (16) M: Okay, sounds good. I’ll call and see if I can make a reservation. Just give me a call when you know your schedule. (16) Text 10 We have an important announcement for all volunteers! In two days, we are going to have an extra 40 volunteers who will help us organize food, put it into boxes, and deliver it to different food centers. The high school students from Lister Central High School are volunteering their time on Friday to help us. (17) The students will only be here for three hours, so we need to make sure we know what their jobs are. (18) Tony, Elizabeth, and Diane, I want you all to help the students put pasta, beans, and fruit into boxes. Then, please show the students how to put the boxes in the truck. Also, we need to make sure none of the students get hurt. Do not let the students use the machines, drive the truck, or use knives to open the boxes. Also, Mindy, I would like you to give the students a short history lesson about our food bank before they start. (19) Many of the students are football players and are very strong. Please ask them to carry the heavy boxes so the others can focus on different tasks. Students who are small and not as strong can help us write down what boxes have been organized and what type of food is in each box. (20) Lastly, make sure to tell the students “Thank you”. Hopefully, they will come back and volunteer again very soon! 资源来源网络,https://www.kuaiwen.net ·15· 
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