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 整理 资源来源网络(https://www.kuaiwen.net)” 上高二中2017届高三全真模拟考试英语试卷 命题:聂晓清 审题:袁全明 第一部分 听力 (共两节,满分30分) 回答听力部分时,请先将答案标在试卷上。听力部分结束前,你将有两分钟的时间将您的答案转涂到客观答题卡上。 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小题,每段对话仅读一遍。 例:How much is the shirt? A. £19.15. B. £ 9.18 C.£9.15. 答案是C。 1. What does the man want to do? A. Buy a camera B. Help the woman C. Take photos. 2. What are the speakers talking about? A. Their life in town	B. A place of living C. A noisy night 3. Where is the man now ? A. In a restaurant B. At home C. On his way 4. What will Celia do ? A. Play basketball B. Find a player C. Watch a game 5. What day is it when the conversation takes place ? A. Sunday B. Monday C. Saturday 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。每段对话有几个小题,从题中所给的A、B、C三个选项中选出的最佳选项,并标在试卷的相应位置。听每段对 话前,你将有时间阅读各个小题,每小题5秒钟;听完后,各小题给出5秒钟的做答时间。每段对话读两遍。 听第6段材料,回答第6、7题。 6. What is Sara going to do ? A. Give John a surprise B. Buy John a gift. C. Invite John to France 7. What does the man think of Sara’s plan ? A. Strange.	B. Funny C. Exciting 听第7段材料,回答第8、9题。 8. Why does Diana say sorry to Peter ? A. She needs to put off her test. B. She has to give up her travel plan. C. She wants to visit another city. 9. What does Diana want Peter to do ? A. Help her with her study	B. Take a book to her friend	C. Teach a geography lesson. 听第8段材料,回答第10至12题。 10.	Why does the man call the woman ? A. To ask about her job program B. To plan a meeting with her. C. To tell her about her new job 11.	Who needs a new flat ? A. Alex B. Andrea.	C. Miranda. 12.	Where is the woman now ? A. In New York.	B. In Avon C. In Baltimore. 听第9段材料,回答第13至16题。 13.	What does Jan consider most important when he judges a restaurant ? A. How well the food is prepared. B. Where the restaurant is. C. Whether the prices are low 14.	When did Jan begin to write for a magazine ? A. Before he went to the United States. B. As soon as he got his first job in 1982. C. After he came back to Sweden 15.	What Jan do to find a good restaurant ? A. Talk to people in the street. B. Speak to taxi drivers C. Ask hotel clerks. 16.	What do we know about Jan ? A. He prefers American food. B. He cooks for a restaurant. C. He travels a lot for his work. 听第10段材料,回答每17至20题。 17.	What do we know about the Plaza Leon? A. It’s a new building	B. It’s a small town.	C. It’s a public place. 18.	When do parents and children like going to the Plaza Leon? A. Fridays and Saturdays.	B. Saturday nights. C. Sunday afternoons. 19.	Which street is known for its food shops and markets ? A. Fernando Street B. Hernandes Street.	C. Via del Mar Street. 20.	Why does the speaker like Horatio Street best ? A. It has a famous university. B. It has an old stone surface. C. It is named after a writer. 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 ,并在题卡上将该项涂黑。 A We brush our teeth daily, but do you know everything you need to know about dental care and hygiene? Believe it or not, there is a lot more than most people realize. Luckily, here are several apps that can help you. ●Brush DJ You should brush your teeth for full two minutes as recommended by dentists, but that time can be difficult to judge. Many recommend you listen to music, because many songs are just around two minutes in length. Brush DJ has loads of great tunes that will get you into the two­minute habit. There are both songs to listen to, and videos to watch, and you'll find a variety of awesome tunes. ●Orasphere I t's recommended that Orasphere videos be used by dentists for their patients, so they can learn about procedures. Those who do use these videos say that the software can greatly decrease the amount of time it takes to explain procedures to patients. ●American Dental Association(ADA) Everything you ever wanted to know about your teeth, and then some, can be found on the American Dental Association(ADA) website. You'll find loads of great articles that have the latest news about dentistry(牙科). Those interested in dental careers will find plenty of information to head them in the right direction, and there's even a section devoted to public dental programs, including Give Kids a Smile and Fluoride in Water. ●DDS GP Here is more presentation software that explains all types of dental procedures. This is helpful for dentists to have, because they can better explain procedures to their patients. ●Dentistry IQ You can find information for dentists, hygienists, assistants, office managers, and more at Dentistry IQ. You can also get information about new products, clinical practices, and much more. In addition, you can learn about career opportunities, the most recent practices, and a whole lot more. 21.What is the dentists' suggestion about brushing teeth? A. Trying to brush as long as possible. B. Listening to music while brushing. C. Spending two minutes in brushing. D. Brushing your teeth before breakfast. 22.Why are dentists recommended to use Orasphere videos? A. To learn about procedures to shorten their explanation time. B. To explain all types of dental procedures to their patients. C. To listen to some music around two minutes in length. D. To get plenty of information in the right direction. 23.How can the users benefit from American Dental Association(ADA)? A. By getting free videos about oral care. B. By getting access to various activities. C. By getting information about new products. D. By getting updated news about dentistry. 24.Which one would you feel interested in if you want to be a dentist? A. Brush DJ. B. Dentistry IQ.	C. Orasphere. D. DDS GP. B Imagine that you’re looking at your company-issued smartphone and you notice an e-mail from Linkedln: “These companies are looking for candidates like you!” You aren’t necessarily searching for a job, but you’re always open to opportunities, so out of curiosity, you click on the link. A few minutes later your boss appears at your desk. “We’ve noticed that you’re spending more time on Linkedln lately, so I wanted to talk with you about your career and whether you’re happy here,” she says. Uh-oh. It’s an awkward scene. Attrition (损耗) has always been expensive for companies, but in many industries the cost of losing good workers is rising, owing to tight labor markets. Thus companies are making greater efforts to predict which workers are at high risk of leaving so that managers can try to stop them. Methods range from electronic monitor to well-designed analyses of employees’ social media lives. Some of this work may be a reason to let employees to quit. In general, people leave their jobs because they don’t like their boss, don’t see opportunities for promotion or growth, or are offered a higher pay; these reasons have held steady for years. New research conducted by CEB, a Washington-based technology company, looks not just at why workers quit but also at when. “We’ve learned that what really affects people is their sense of how they’re doing compared with other people in their peer group, or with where they thought they would be at a certain point in life, says Brian Kropp, who heads CEB’s HR practice. “We’ve learned to focus on moments that allow people to make these comparisons.” Technology also provides clues about which star employees might be eyeing the exit. Companies can tell whether employees using work computers or phones are spending time on (or even just opening e-mails from) career websites, and research shows that more firms are paying attention to these things. Large companies have also begun searching for badge swipes (浏览痕迹)---- employees’ use of an ID to enter and exit the building or the parking garage---to identify patterns that suggest a worker may be interviewing for a job. 25. What can we infer about Linkedln in the text? A. an e-mail B. a job from the Internet C. a world-famous company D. a professional social network 26. According to the passage, how can companies prevent workers from quitting? A. Companies can analyze workers’ social media lives. B. Companies need to find out workers likely to quit. C. Companies must try to reduce the cost of losing good workers. D. Companies should be stricter with workers. 27. According to the research by CEB, which of the following might be the most probable reason for workers to quit their jobs? A. Workers are always doing comparisons. B. Not seeing opportunities for promotion. C. To find a higher-paid job. D. They don’t like their bosses. 28. What is the author’s purpose in writing the text? A. To show a new trend in the job market. B. To stress the role of new technologies. C. To make a review on a phenomenon. D. To tell us the leader’s concerns. C Visitors to the grounds of New College at England’s Oxford University pass under an iron gate with the advice: Manners make the man. Even after an appropriate update to: Manners make the person, it’s thought-provoking(引人深思的)—especially to today’s Americans. When we think about what makes the person—it’s more likely the degree, the job, the salary. Since when do we count manners as a measure of success? We do know that these would make life nicer, if more tolerable. However, we forget or overlook our manners. So , it seems, does everyone else—including, unluckily, our children. As a university president, one of my great joys is to visit our campuses and see our students, though we’re separated by different generations, interests, and, of course dressing, each student tells me something within the first few minutes that we meet: whether he or she has been taught manners. I sense this in different ways: through her words or her gestures, in the way she listens or how he refers to friends and faculty, how she greets and says goodbye, how he responds when an elderly person enters the room. In the absence of manners, however, I make some allowances. For instance, the many ethnic(种族的)groups that students represent often have different explanations of what makes up good manners. In other cases, some students may reject what they’ve learned to break from their parents and be accepted by other students. Whether students are being different or openly opposing, a recent experience I had with them tells me that there’s some hope for reviving and good manners. Good manners don’t just guarantee acceptance. Good manners open doors to deeper connections and more meaningful roles in our society. Good manners are gentle signals that show we care about one another and allow us to relate to another person in a thoughtful way but at a respectable distance. 29. Which of the following is seldom a mark of success to people today? A. Handsome income. B. An academic degree. C. High ranks in the office D. Polite behavior. 30. What does the underlined part “make some allowances” in Paragraph 4 probably mean ? A. treat the absence of manners differently B. reject the absence of manners C. oppose bad manners somehow D. partly permit being in the absence of manners 31. Which of the following is the benefit by good manners? A. Good manners makes people thoughtful B. Good manners help deeper connections with others C. Good manners guarantee acceptance of ourselves D. Good manners inspire people to care about one another D Since 2013, Torobo, a robotic arm designed to test the limits of artificial intelligence. has had one ambition—to be admitted to the University of Tokyo. However, it has repeatedly failed. This year was no exception. In early November Torobo took an exam to prepare for an all-important standardized test. While Torobo’s total score of 525 out of 950 was 14 points higher than in 2015,its standard score of 57.1% was slightly lower, because human students did better in the 2016 test. Though the score,which is higher than the national average, is enough to get the robot admitted to many other famous Japanese universities, it falls short of the minimum required for the University of Tokyo. A closer analysis of the results showed that Torobo's newly programmed ability to solve complex physics problems helped increase its year-over-year physics score from 46. 5% to 59%. The robot also dug deep into its database of information from textbooks and websites to obtain an impressive 66.3% in world history. The average 60% scores acquired in the two math sections, were not too shabby either. But,while Torobo is able to handle knowledge-based questions and ones involving complex mathematical calculations, it has a hard time thinking independently. As a result, the robot is unable to fully understand multiple sentences and phrases to arrive at the logical conclusions required in the English language tests. This weakness was reflected in the weak oral and writing scores, which came in at 36.2% and 50.5% , respectively. Fortunately, after four tiring years, the robot's creators have decided to free Torobo from its annual test-taking suffering, the research team will instead focus on improving the robot’s ability to pick out specific answers from massive sets of data—a skill that led to its excellent history scores. They believe the expertise(专业技术)will help Torobo succeed as an industrial robot. 32. What is the disadvantage of Torobo? A. It has much difficulty searching for facts. B. It doesn't own language skills. C. It has weak independent thinking ability. D. It couldn’t get through the exams. 33. What does the underlined word “it” in the third paragraph refer to? A. the score B. Torobo C. the University of Tokyo D. the national average 34. What did the exam results show? A. Torobo's score didn’t reach the national average. B. Torobo's programmed ability improved its math score. C. Torobo was admitted to a university. D. Torobo did well in the history exam. 35. What is the text mainly about?" A. Subjects a robot are good at. B . A robot's performances in exams. C. Majors that are suitable for a robot. D. A robot's ways to deal with exams. 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并在题卡上将该项涂黑。选项中有两项为多余选项。 Recently some American scientists have a useful piece of advice to people in industrialized nations. They say people should eat more of the same kind of food eaten by humans living more than 10, 000 years ago. 36 The scientists say that the human life has changed greatly. Our bodies have not been able to deal with these changes in lifestyle and this has led to new kinds of sicknesses. These new sicknesses were not known in ancient times.So they are called “diseases of civilization”. 37 Scientists noted that people in both the Old Stone Age and the New Stone Age enjoyed very little alcohol or tobacco, probably none. 38 . However, a change in food is one of the main differences between life in ancient times and that of today. Stone Age people hunted wild animals for their meat, which had much less fat than domestic ones. They ate a lot of fresh wild vegetables and fruits. They did not have milk or any other dairy products, and they made very little use of grains. 39 .We eat six times more salt than our ancestors. We eat more sugar. We eat twice as much fat but only one third as much protein and much less vitamin C. 40 . But scientists say that we would be much healthier if we eat much the same way the ancient people did, cutting the amount of fatty, salty and sweet food. A. People today probably don’t want to live like our ancestors. B. Ancient people also got lots of physical exercise. C. Stone Age people lived a simple life. D. Many cancers and diseases of the blood system are examples of such diseases. E. Modern people used to suffer from “diseases of civilization.” F. But today, we enjoy eating a lot of these. G. In that case, they would live much healthier. 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,选出可以填人空白处的最佳选项,并在答题卡上将该项涂黑。 When I was a freshman in college I received a letter that forever opened a window in my soul. I had just started writing and the 41 of my local county newspaper had been kind enough to 42 some of my work. About a month later the 43 arrived. Here is what it said. “You may not 44 me. We last saw each other in kindergarten and my 45 moved the next year. We 46 get the county paper in the mail, though, and when I saw your name I had to write you. You see that first year in school was very 47 for me. I was a tiny, 48 , and ordinary-looking girl that the other children 49 me every day. The thing I remember about you is that you 50 did. When we 51 to go out, the teacher always put me beside you and you would hold my hand as we 52 the street. You talked to me and played with me. You 53 me as a person, not someone different and I will be forever 54 for that. My whole life was 55 because of how you treated me all those years ago.” I carefully wrote back to my kindergarten friend and we 56 for several years 57 the illness that she had 58 with since childhood finally took her life. I will never forget, however, just how much that simple kindness I had shared 59 to her. Every act of kindness we do 60 another’s heart. Every bit of goodness we share makes the world a better place. Let’s use that power and make both Earth and Heaven smile. 41. A. teacher B. director C. editor D. leader 42. A. print B. publish C. report D. check 43. A. newspaper B. message C. work D. letter 44. A. remember B. recognize C. hear D. forget 45. A. parents B. family C. school D. classmates 46. A. still B. also C. just D. even 47. A. busy B. happy C. difficult D. easy 48. A. honest B. naughty C. sunny D. sick 49. A. kidded B. helped C. hated D. beat 50. A. occasionally B. never C. seldom D. always 51. A. got up B. lined up C. ended up D. cheered up 52. A. adventured B. visited C. cleaned D. crossed 53. A. judged B. heard C. knew D. saw 54. A. grateful B. hopeful C. regretful D. skillful 55. A. harder B. better C. easier D. healthier 56. A. cooperated B. corresponded C. lived D. worked 57. A. after B. when C. before D. while 58. A. experienced B. studied C. treated D. struggled 59. A. meant B. done C. appeared D. got 60. A. discovers B. obtains C. enriches D. touches 第三部分 语言知识运用 (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。 O nly three local students won Chinese Blog(博客) Competition. And 15 of the 18 awards went to students from China. Themes ranged from local opinions------such as the usage of Singlish, 61 (educate) and whether Singapore can be a cultural centre------ 62 food blogs. The entries were judged on language proficiency( 熟练程度)and the quality of writing, as well as the design and level of exchanging ideas with readers. Academics from the National University of Singapore and the SIM University IT experts, and a journalist from Chinese newspaper Lianhe Zaobao in Singapore made up the 63 (judge). In the end, only three Singaporean students made it to the award list—the rest of the awards 64 (sweep) up by students from China. “No surprise. ”said Mr. Chow Yaw Long, 37 , the teacher in charge from Ianova Junior Collage, which organized 65 event. “Although the topics were local subjects, the foreign students were 66 (general) better in terms of the content of the posts and 67 (they)grasp of the Chinese language.” One of the three local students 68 (win) the first prize in the Best Language Award was blogger Christina Gao 19, from the Saint Andrew’s Junior Collage, 69 spared no effort 70 (research) for and write her blog. Each entry took her between five and seven days to produce. 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) 假段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。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: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。 As is known to us, fewer and fewer students do sports regularly, what makes them weak and easily tiring. There are many reasons for this. First of all, some of the students complain that they have too much homeworks, resulted in less time to take exercise. Besides, some of them think that it is very difficult for them to keep doing exercise, because it is a very hard thing. Because lack of physical activities, many students are in poorly health. I suggested that our school should take measures to encourage more students to take a part in sports. For us students, no matter how busy they are, it is necessary to spare any time to do exercise. 笫二节:书面表达(满分25分) 假定你是李华,你要完成一项关于中英学生寒假生活的调查。请给你的英国笔友Bill写一封信,交流相关信息。要点如下: 1.写信的原因; 2.介绍中国学生的寒假生活; (1)时长:约20天 (2)活动 3.询问英国学生的寒假生活。 注意: 1.词数100左右; 2.可以适当增加细节,以使行文连贯。 3. 信的开头和结尾已给出, 不计入总词数。 Dear Bill, __________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ Yours sincerely, Li Hua 2017届全真模拟考试英语答案 1---5. CBCAA 6---10. ACBBC 11---15. BCACA 16---20. CCCBA 21---24. CADB 25---28. DBAC 29---31. DAB 32---35. CADB36---40. GDBFA 41---45. CBDAB 46---50. ACDAB 51---55. BDDAB 56---60. BCDAD 61. education 62. to 63. judges 64. were swept 65. the 66. generally 67. their 68. winning 69. who 70. to research 1.what-which 2.tiring-tired 3. homeworks-homework 4. resulted-resulting 5. Because后加of 6. poorly-poor 7. suggested-suggest 8. 去掉part前的a 9. they-we 10. any-some 2017届全真模拟考试英语答案 1---5. CBCAA 6---10. ACBBC 11---15. BCACA 16---20. CCCBA 21---24. CADB 25---28. DBAC 29---31. DAB 32---35. CADB36---40. GDBFA 41---45. CBDAB 46---50. ACDAB 51---55. BDDAB 56---60. BCDAD 61. education 62. to 63. judges 64. were swept 65. the 66. generally 67. their 68. winning 69. who 70. to research 1.what-which 2.tiring-tired 3. homeworks-homework 4. resulted-resulting 5. Because后加of 6. poorly-poor 7. suggested-suggest 8. 去掉part前的a 9. they-we 10. any-some 版权所有:高考资源网(www.ks5u.com) 资源来源网络,https://www.kuaiwen.net ·14· 
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