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广东省五校协作体2017届高三第一次联考试卷
英语
命题学校:珠海市第二中学 命题:黄宇波、肖会康 审题:黄宇波 2016.12
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)
阅读下面短文,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
Are you looking for something to do? You might like to try one of these four
experiences.
Crocodile watching
Do you fancy getting up close to some of the most terrifying animals on earth?
Crocosaurus Cove, in Darwin (Australia) has the “Cage of Death”. It’s an
enclosure that’s lowered into a pool. This gives you a 360 degree view of a
crocodile as it’s being fed. The cable broke once and the cage sank to the
bottom, but they’ve fixed it since then.
Edge walk
How about walking along the edge of a building several hundred meters up in the
air? If that sounds like fun, head off to the CN Tower in Toronto (Ontario,
Canada). Built in 1976, the tower is 553.33 meters tall.
The Edge walk consists of a 20-30 minute stroll along a 1.5 meter wide platform
that runs around the tower’s restaurant roof. During the walk, you’re encouraged
to lean forwards as you look over Toronto’s skyline (轮廓线).
Plastic ball rolling
Do you fancy rolling down a hill in a plastic ball?
Plastic ball rolling is popular all over the world, but the place to give it a
go is in Rotorua (New Zealand). Brother David and Andrew Akers came up with the
idea in 1994. A typical orb (球) is about 3 meters in diameter, with an inner orb
size of about 2 meters. There’s no brake or steering mechanism, but the inner
layer of the plastic ball helps absorb the shock.
Volcano bungee jumping
If you’re looking for the adventure of a lifetime, how about going bungee
jumping off a helicopter into the crater of a live volcano? As part of the
jumping, a helicopter ride takes you to the Villarreal volcano, one of the most
active in Chile. Once you’re at the drop zone, you leap off the helicopter and
fall into the volcano. Finally, you enjoy the ride back to the airport flying at
130kph.
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21. According to the passage, there was an accident once when people _____.
A. jumped into the Villarreal volcano
B. walked along the platform of the CN Tower
C. rolled down a hill in a plastic ball in Rotorua
D. watched crocodiles in the “Cage of Death” in Darwin
22. Which of the following was first invented in New Zealand?
A. Edge walk. B. Crocodile watching.
C. Plastic ball rolling. D. Volcano bungee jumping.
23. It can be inferred that all the four experiences are ______.
A. interesting sports B. exciting and extreme
C. held on high places D. fit for middle to old people
B
Two of the saddest words in the English language are “if only”. I live my life
with the goal of never having to say those words, because they convey regret,
lost opportunities, mistakes, and disappointment.
My father is famous in our family for saying, “Take the extra minute to do it
right.” I always try to live by the “extra minute” rule. When my children were
young and likely to cause accidents, I always thought about what I could do to
avoid an “if only” moment, whether it was something minor like moving a cup full
of hot coffee away from the edge of a counter, or something that required a
little more work such as taping padding (衬垫) onto the sharp corners of a glass
coffee table.
I don’t only avoid those “if only” moments when it comes to safety. It’s equally
important to avoid “if only” in our personal relationships. We all know people
who lost a loved one and regretted that they had foregone an opportunity to say
“I love you” or “I forgive you.” When my father announced he was going to the
eye doctor across from my office on Good Friday, I told him that it was a
holiday for my company and I wouldn’t be here. But then I thought about the fact
that he’s 84 years old and I realized that I shouldn’t give up an opportunity to
see him. I called him and told him I had decided to go to work on my day off
after all.
I know there will still be occasions when I have to say “if only” about
something, but my life is definitely better because of my policy of doing
everything possible to avoid that eventuality. And even though it takes an extra
minute to do something right, or it occasionally takes an hour or two in my busy
schedule to make a personal connection, I know that I’m doing the right thing.
I’m buying myself peace of mind and that’s the best kind of insurance for my
emotional well-being.
24. Which of the following is an example of the “extra minute” rule?
A. Start the car the moment everyone is seated.
B. Leave the room for a minute with the iron working.
C. Wait for an extra minute so that the steak tastes better.
D. Move an object out of the way before it trips someone.
25. The author decided to go to her office on Good Friday to ______.
A. keep her appointment with the eye doctor
B. meet her father who was already an old man
C. join in the holiday celebration of the company
D. finish her work before the deadline approached
26. The underlined word “foregone” in Paragraph 3 is closest in meaning to
______.
A. avoided B. lacked C. abandoned D. took
27. What is the best title for the passage?
A. The Emotional Well-being
B. The Two Saddest Words
C. The Most Useful Rule
D. The Peace of Mind
C
Are you addicted to computer games? Do you stay up all night playing them? Do
you feel happy after you play computer games?
There’s no doubt that the excitement and appealing of games these days makes
them hard to put down. We are attracted by the choice when it comes to gaming:
You can role play--creating your own fantasy characters and stories, giving you
a chance to step out of everyday life into an imaginary world. And there are
shooting games where you can let out your anger and depression in violent
situations where you kill people with guns. You can get excited from the games.
However, can these kinds of games really be fun and can being absorbed in
virtual reality be good for us? Should we worry about their effects on our
health? Popular games like Grand Theft Auto have been blamed for everything from
falling results at school to causing acts of extreme violence. Internet safety
adviser, Alan MacKenzie, thinks “any people understandably will just think that
a game is just a game and not realizing the exact content that’s in there”. He
gives an example of the violence, which he says is “wholly inappropriate for
anybody, not to mention children.”
Others will argue that gaming is a harmless form of entertainment. There is
evidence that playing video games could actually be good for us. Some games like
Game of Thrones and World of Warcraftare educational and using games certainly
can help children learn good qualities. Studies have also shown that the skills
used in playing games can cause growth in certain areas of the brain, the
ability to think in 3D and even improve our eyesight.
Video game players are also no longer just simple creatures. For some, gaming is
having a positive effect on their social lives with games like Halo and World of
Warcraft often being played in groups. When your group works together to win the
game, your sense of achievement is higher than when winning by yourself.
So every coin has two sides. It seems today, gaming isn’t just for game fans and
if used in a proper way, we can all take part. If video games have two sides,
what side do you stand by?
28. The writer used a lot of questions at the beginning to _______.
A. show his worries about the effect on health
B. lead into the topic of the passage
C. ask the reader for their own opinions about games
D. doubt the advantage of playing computer games
29. Paragraph 3 mainly talks about _______.
A. the contents of the game are complex
B. games contain extreme violence
C. popular games lead to students’ falling results at school
D. gaming is a harmful form of entertainment
30. According to the passage, which of the following shows the good influence on
social lives?
A. Han Meimei passed the exam after playing the games.
B. Li Hua leant many English words from playing games.
C. Sunyan worked well with his teammates.
D. Yang Li let out his anger and expressions.
31. In Paragraph 4, the author supports his idea _______.
A. by giving some examples B. with descriptive words
C. by providing some numbers D. with some research results
D
When Taking an Uber—Should You Tip or Not?
Taking an Uber car may no longer be a direct driver-passenger and guilt-free
experience. The ride-sharing experience is about to get awkward.
With the wide application of the Internet, Uber, a new approach to your
destination instead of taking an ordinary taxi, has become more popular
recently. However, benefits won’t come without its fair share of drawbacks.
Uber drivers are a part of the so-called sharing economy: They use their own
vehicles, receive customer reviews via the app’s five-star rating system and
make their own hours. Unlike other services, Uber claimed that drivers all over
the country could clearly alert customers that tipping is not included. Those
drivers that expect to be tipped can make their wishes known. But the company is
holding to its official no-tip-required line, according to its website. “Once
you arrive at your destination, your fare is automatically charged to your
credit card on file—There’s no need to tip.” Although drivers value their
independence—the freedom to push a button rather than punch a clock, lack of a
clear policy, however, leaves Uber drivers in a vulnerable(脆弱的) position: If
they ask a customer for a tip or put up a sign, that customer could give the
driver a low star-rating, and the driver could finally be deactivated from the
app.
But has the company done a good job working with customers? Some observers say
that this new grey area for tipping will create awkwardness about whether they
should tip or not—something most Uber customers have not had to deal with until
now. Uber did not respond to customers’ comment, just leaving their rating in
the air (ignoring it).
Providing an option to tip on an app sends a clear message to customers to reach
into their pockets. Nearly 30% people would be more likely to leave a tip if
they were presented with a “no tip” button, according to Guinn’s 2015 survey of
roughly 500 people. When people are presented with three tip choices—20%, 25% or
30%—they’re more likely to choose the middle option even if it’s more than the
traditional 20%, according to a separate 2014 analysis of 13 million New York
City taxi rides.
If the service is twice as expensive during a rain storm or public transport
delay, the customer has the right not to tip. However, if the driver is extra
helpful or avoids traffic to reach your destination in a more timely manner, you
could give an extra tip, says Uber, who will leave tipping options in the hands
of the consumer rather than the app.
32. Compared with taxi drivers, Uber drivers ______.
A. enjoy more freedom and choices B. support the company’s practice
C. clock up the miles while driving D. receive customers reviews directly
33. The underlined word “deactivated” in Paragraph 3 probably means ______.
A. removed B. degraded C. tracked D. charged
34. From the survey we can conclude most customers ______.
A. would probably tip if there is an option
B. usually do as the “no tip” sign suggests
C. tip because of Uber drivers’ good service
D. are disappointed to reach into their pockets
35. What causes the awkwardness between Uber drivers and their customers?
A. Customers take advantage of the new grey area for tipping.
B. There is no specific policy from the Uber to follow.
C. It’s up to customers to decide the drivers’ earnings.
D. Customers tend to pay least among the 3 choices.
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。有两项为多余选项。
In our work, hobbies are often considered to be a waste of time. ___36___,
consider these benefits. There are many cases where working on a hobby will help
you improve your performance at your day job.
___37___. Fitting your hobby into your daily and weekly schedule is a challenge
for many people. Making the most of limited time is a great skill to develop and
it applies to the working world.
You will improve your mental health. How well you manage your mental health and
stress levels has a major effect on your work performance. Fortunately, many
hobbies offer health benefits to mind. Scientist Dr. Jeff Brown found that
running improves your mental health—he shares his findings in the book, The
Runner’s Brain. ___38____, you will be able to solve more problems at work and
get ahead.
You will have better physical health. ___39___. Consider starting a hobby that
will improve your health such as a sport or healthy cooking. As you improve your
physical health, you will have more energy and that will help you at work.
You will be more creative. Developing creative ways to deal with problems at
work is one of the best ways to set yourself apart from the rest of the pack.
___40___. Creative hobbies such as photography and needlework improve
performance at work. Simply occupying your mind with an activity beyond your
regular work gives you a chance to ask new questions and new approaches to life.
A. You will manage your time better
B. You will understand what matters to you
C. When you have the ability to think clearly
D. As you experiment with different hobbies
E. If you struggle with the idea of putting time into a hobby
F. Actively forming a hobby is a great way to improve your creativity
G. Like it or not, your appearance and physical health directly improve your
work results
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。
When a homeless man named Marcus wandered into Abigail’s Cafe asking for spare
change, he didn’t get turned away. Looking at the man, the owner Abigail asked,
“Why don’t you have a 41 ? You know nothing is given to me for free?” Marcus 42
that he had “a lot of crimes”. Because of his 43 , no one wanted to hire him, so
he had made money the only way he knew how: “ 44 or asking for money.”
Although the young owner had hit some hard times for her cafe, Abigail was 45 of
hands that day and then decided to 46 Marcus the task of washing dishes. “His 47
opened wide and his smile made my 48 !” She wrote on Facebook.
“He said he would do 49 for some food.” For the past two weeks, Marcus has been
on time every day for his 50 of working for two hours when he washes dishes. He
uses the money he 51 to buy his own food at the restaurant, 52 to take it for
free.
“A lot of people are saying that I’ve been a blessing for him. 53 , at that
point I was the one who needed a blessing,” Abigail told CBS News. Her post has
earned a lot of attention with plenty of 54 on the Internet. Because many people
have asked 55 they can help people like Marcus, she 56 a GoFundMe page with a
modest goal of $1,000. “The hope,” she said, “is to create more hours and
opportunities for him 57 others in the community.”
Abigail said she shared the story, hoping that people might be moved to help a 5
8 , too. “Do something nice for whoever may not be familiar to us and don’t 59
them just because they go out there asking for money, for we don’t know their
real 60 ,” she said in her post. “They deserve another chance.”
41. A. family B. friend C. wallet D. job
42. A. responded B. concluded C. doubted D. added
43. A. state B. nature C. record D. appearance
44. A. borrowing B. stealing C. raising D. saving
45. A. full B. fond C. sick D. short
46. A. award B. offer C. spare D. show
47. A. eyes B. nose C. lips D. arms
48. A. choice B. decision C. day D. plan
49. A. nothing B. less C. more D. anything
50. A. turn B. promise C. practice D. burden
51. A. borrows B. earns C. lends D. prints
52. A. trying B. hoping C. regretting D. refusing
53. A. Therefore B. Fortunately C. However D. Besides
54. A. measures B. comments C. explanations D. materials
55. A. how B. why C. when D. where
56. A. set down B. set foot in C. set up D. set fire to
57. A. by means of B. in reward of C. on behalf of D. as well as
58. A. stranger B. murderer C. madman D. beggar
59. A. believe B. judge C. limit D. accept
60. A. identity B. goal C. situation D. potential
第二节语法填空(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。
A 19-year-old girl posing for a photo on the railroad tracks was hit and killed
by a train on Saturday afternoon. The girl, __61__ name has yet to be released,
was __62__(report) posing for a selfie on a track in a village, Guangdong
province. The section of the railway is famous for its beautiful rose blossoms.
Witnesses said that the girl did not realize a train was approaching. There were
many visitors __63__(take) photos alongside the tracks, and some people shouted
warnings, __64__ no one succeeded in getting the girl’s attention. __65__
employee got off the train to examine the girl and called the police immediately
__66__ the accident occurred. __67__(late), she was sent to a nearby hospital by
ambulance. According to the nurse on duty that day, the victim showed no sign of
life upon her arrival at the hospital.
This is not the first time that a visitor __68__(kill) by a train on that
section of the tracks, said one of the villagers. More and more visitors,
especially young people, are finding their way onto the train lines, especially
those near flowerbeds and spring blossoms. They like to photograph __69__(they)
in the scenic spots.
Local police warned people that the new trend of taking selfies while standing
on train tracks puts many people’s lives __70__ risk.
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l0处语言错误,每句中最多有两处。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(\)划掉。
修改:在错的词下画一横线,并在该词下面写出修改后的词。
注意:l.每处错误及其修改均仅限一词;
2. 允许修改10处,多者(从第11处起)不计分。
Last month, I, as well as my parents, were invited to my uncle’s home in the
United States. My uncle, moved to America when I was five, has been living there
for nearly ten years. She met us in the airport. I was exciting when I set my
foot on the land of America. In the followed days, we visited some places of
interest and took photos in the front of the Statue of Liberty. We all enjoyed
visiting the Museum of Natural History so it enriched our knowledge great. For
me, this is one of the most rewarding trips which I have ever made in my life
and I look forward to go there again.
第二节书面表达(满分25分)
假如你是李华,即将参加高考,结束自己的高中生活。你想写一封电子邮件给一位你高中时期最尊敬的老师,对他或者她这几年来的关心和帮助表示感谢。
内容要求:
1. 他或者她最让你感动的一件事情
2. 你的感想
3. 对老师表示祝福
注意:
1. 不少于120词
2. 不得透露与考生相关的姓名、学校名称以及地区名称等
3. 可适当增加细节,以使行文连贯,表达顺畅
Dear Mr./Ms. Wang,
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Yours sincerely,
Li Hua
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