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 整理 资源来源网络(https://www.kuaiwen.net)” 南宁二中2018年5月高三月考 英语试题 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。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. Why did David avoid the diving board? A. He thinks it’s too high. B. He doesn’t know how to dive at all. C. It’s too crowded in that part of the pool. 2. What is the relationship between the speakers? A. Co-workers. B. Boss and secretary. C. Teacher and student. 3. How does the woman feel about the candles? A. They smell bad. B. They’re not bright enough. C. They’re better than electricity. 4. How many students took the exam last Friday? A. 18. B. 22. C. 40. 5. Who is the woman talking to? A. A boss. B. A reporter. C. A secretary. 第二节 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。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. Where does Mr. Patterson work? A. On a farm.	B. At a school.	C. In a post office. 7. What are the speakers talking about? A. Some plants in a field.[来 B. Something in a picture. C. Some animals in a story.听第7段材料,回答第8至10题。 8. When did the flight attendant see the backpack? A. After the plane landed. B. When the little girl dropped it. C. While the woman was brushing her teeth. 9. When did the woman get her luggage? A. At 7:00.	B. At 8:30. C. At 9:00. 10. Where does the conversation take place? A. In a security office.	B. In a restaurant. C. At the airport. 听第8段材料,回答第11至13题。 11. What is the woman surprised by? A. The noise in the countryside. B. The cool weather in summer. C. The unclean appearance of the forest. 12. When will the birds quiet down? A. In seventeen days. B. In a month or so. C.In four months. 13. Where does the woman come from? A. North Carolina. B. Georgia. C. California. 听第9段材料,回答第14至16题。 14. What does the woman want to prepare for her mother? A. A clean house. B. Some nice food. C. A comfortable chair. 15. What does the man suggest the woman do? A. Offer the mouse peanuts. B. Put glue in a mouse trap. C. Go to a field to find a mouse. 16. What kind of mouse does the woman think is in her house? A. A friendly mouse.	B. A fat mouse. C. A small mouse. 听第10段材料,回答第17至20题。 17. Who is mostly in Branson during the winter? A. Local people.	B. Students.	C. Visitors. 18. What is Branson mostly known for? A. Live music.	B. Helicopter tours.	C. An amusement park. 19. Why did Branson become a tourist attraction? A. It’s near the ocean. B. It has many lakes. C. It’s near a river. 20. How do most people get to Branson? A. By train.	B. By car. C. By air. 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 National parks like Yellowstone are popular destinations for both family vacations and adventure trips alike. But there are some places that simply don't get the love that they deserve despite the fact that they are truly impressive. Isle Royale National Park Located in the heart of Lake Superior, Isle Royale requires a bit of work to reach, but it is well worth the effort. Access is permitted only via daily ferries, which is why larger parks like Yellowstone see more visitors in a day than Isle Royale sees in a year. Wildlife like wolves are frequently spotted by hikers along the park's scenic trails. Dry Tortugas National Park   Another island park, the Dry Tortugas can be found 68 miles to the southwest of the Florida Keys. Accessible only by boat or plane, this park is actually quite small, but it’s packed with history, abundant sea life, and amazing coral reefs. At the center of the park is Fort Jefferson, the largest masonry(砖石) structure in the Western Hemisphere. Wrangell-St. Elias National Park Covering more than 13.2 million acres, Wrangell-St. Elias National Park is the largest in the entire U.S. system. Remote and mostly undeveloped, this is a park that demands more from its visitors, after all there are just two roads that lead into it. But in return, it gives them a special connection with nature that simply isn't found anywhere else.   Big Bend National Park Travelers looking for a truly wild experience should have Big Bend National Park on their bucket lists. Big Bend is well known for its whitewater rafting, camping, and hiking, although during the summer months it can be intensely warm, keeping many visitors away. 21.What is the main reason for fewer visitors to Isle Royale National Park? A. The terrible weather. B. The dangerous wolves. C. The remote location. D. The inconvenient transport. 22. Which park will you visit if you are interested in history? A. Big Bend National Park B. Isle Royale National Park C. Dry Tortugas National Park D. Wrangell-St. Elias National Park 23.What makes Wrangell-St. Elias National Park different from the other three parks? A. Its large area. B. Its rich wildlife. C. Its beautiful scenery. D. Its nice service. B In our everyday lives we meet situations in which we take many things for granted(不予重视). We only treasure things when they are gone. This is a sad truth of human nature.One day,I found myself as a witness to a similar situation. One evening,I left work and boarded the train. After entering,I noticed something unusual.The center of the car had a few empty seats while both ends were crowded with people standing.I didn't pay much attention and sat down on one of the empty seats.I sensed a funny smell.It wasn't long before I noticed a homeless person sleeping on three seats in front of me.He was bleeding from his nose.Why wasn't anyone helping him? His clothes were torn and he was giving off a strange smell.Along with the smell,his eyes were dull,watery and red.Occasionally he scratched himself and people looked at him as if he had committed a crime.As the train stopped at stations and more people came in they covered their noses and faced away from him.All the seats around him were empty. Suddenly,he began to swear at the people around him.A plain clothes policeman who looked like a construction worker took out his certificate and showed it to the homeless man.The officer,not wanting to touch the homeless man, told him his rights and directed him to exit the train.As the officer walked the man out of the train,the homeless man turned around and said "MY HOME!" and started crying. A man doesn't value things until they are gone.If he didn't have a home,at least he had freedom. Now he has neither.No one wants to help someone who won't help himself. 24. When entering the car,how did the author feel at first? A. Annoyed. B. Puzzled. C. Sad. D. Calm. 25. How did people react to the homeless man? A. They caught him and called the police.	B. They covered him with clean clothes. C. They disliked and avoided him. D. They stared at him curiously. 26. It can be learned that the policeman . A. was very rude to the man B. sent the man back to his hometown C. forced the man to leave the city D. went off the train with the man 27. What does the author think of the homeless man? A. He should respect himself. B. He is worth our respect. C. He looks very funny. D. He is a fearless fighter. C At your next meeting, wait for a pause in conversation and try to measure how long it lasts. Among English speakers, chances are that it will be a second or two at most. But while this pattern may be universal, our awareness of silence differs dramatically across cultures. What one culture considers a confusing or awkward pause may be seen by others as a valuable moment of reflection and sign of respect for what the last speaker has said. Research in Dutch (荷兰语)and also in English found that when a silence in conversation stretches to four seconds, people start to feel uneasy. In contrast, a separate study of business meetings found that Japanese people are happy with silences of 8.2 seconds---nearly twice as long as in Americans’ meetings. In Japan, it is recognized that the best communication is when you don’t speak at all. It’s already a failure to understand each other by speaking because you’re repairing that failure by using words. In the US, it may originate from the history of colonial(殖民地的)America as a crossroads of many different races. When you have a complex of difference, it’s hard to establish common understanding unless you talk and there’s understandably a kind of anxiety unless people are verbally engaged to establish a common life. This applies also to some extent to London. In contrast, when there’s more homogeneity, perhaps it’s easier for some kinds of silence to appear. For example, among your closest friends and family it’s easier to sit in silence than with people you’re less well acquainted(熟悉的) with. 28. Which of the following people might have the longest silence in conversation? A. The Dutch B. Americans C. The English D. The Japanese 29. What might the Japanese agree with a in conversation? A. Speaking more gives the upper hand B. Speak out what you have in your mind C. Great minds think alike without words D. The shorter talking silence, the better 30. What can we learn from the text? A. A four second silence in conversation is universal B. It’s hard for American to reach a common agreement C. English speakers are more talkative than Japanese speakers D. The closer we and our family are, the easier the silence appears 31. What does the underlined word “homogeneity” in the last paragraph mean? A. Similarity B. Contradiction C. Diversity D. Misunderstanding D In the story of “The crow and the Pitcher” from Aesop’s Fables, a thirsty crow (乌鸦)drops stones into a narrow jar to raise the low level of water inside so he can take a drink. Now scientists have evidence to back up that story. Crows actually do understand how to make water displacement (移位) work to their advantage, experiments show. The results suggest that the birds are, at least in some aspects, as smart as first-graders. Researchers, led by Sarah Delbert at the University of Auckland in New Zealand, presented six crows with tubes filled with water. Inside the tubes, a worm or piece of meat on a piece of wood was floating, just out of reach of the crow. In front of the tubes, the researchers arranged several rubber erasers that would sink, and some plastic objects that would float. The crows found out that they could drop the erasers into the tubes in order to raise the water level and get their snack. However, the birds handled awkwardly in experiments in which they could choose to drop objects in either a wide tube or a narrow one to get a snack, the researchers said. Dropping objects into narrow tube would lift the water level by a greater amount and put the treat within reach after just two drops; while it took around seven drops to raise the snack to the same level in the wide tube. The crows obviously didn’t realize this, and most of them went for the wide tube first. Previous studies showed that chimpanzees and human children can solve similar tasks. In a 2011 study, chimpanzees and kids found out that they could put water into a tube to reach a peanut that was floating in a small amount of water at the bottom. 32. How did the crows get the snack in Sarah’s experiment? A. By breaking the tube. B. By dropping in erasers. C. By standing on the wood. D. By removing the wood. 33. What does the author mean by “the birds handled awkwardly” in paragraph 4? A. They were unable to tell different shapes. B. They dropped objects only into narrow tubes. C. They were not aware of the snack at first sight. D. They mostly avoided the easier way to get the snack. 34. What is the best title of the passage? A. Stories of Aesop’s Fables. B. The shape of tubes. C. Drops to get a snack. D. Crows’ intelligence. 35. What can we learn from the passage? A. Crows are almost as clever as first-graders in some respects. B. Crows understand water displacement completely. C. Chimps and children are much smarter than crows. D. The story of “The crow and the Pitcher” lacks evidence. 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。 We all have to make decisions all the time, and we have an abundance of choices, ranging from tiny issues to vital ones. Unfortunately, people often find it hard to make decisions. 36 If you would like to improve your skill of decision making, here are four suggestions for you. Don’t expect to have it all. ­	37	You can’t order every delicious dish on the menu. And there will be paths not taken, careers not chosen, to name a few. You can imagine some “what if” situations if you must, but do not let them take up too much space in your brain. 38 It’s often good to think through your decisions. But don’t overdo it. Research can reach a point where returns begin to reduce, which makes it confusing more than clarifying. Many good decisions can be made based as much on intuition (直觉) as on careful assessment of endless data. Don’t delay making decisions. Yes, there is a time to put off making a decision. Perhaps you need more information.	39 Or it's likely that you wait for a less stressful time. Just don’t wait so long that the decision is made by your own indecisiveness. Don’t be hard on yourself. You decide to go on a voyage. You choose an expensive liner. Everything should work out just right. Only you didn’t expect a bug that ran around on the ship, making you and your family sick for five days. 40 But please remember it is unavoidable sometimes. A. Don’t spend too much time thinking. B. It is an important source of information. C. Don’t count on emotion to make decisions. D. Maybe you wish to consult with your advisor. E. You may regret making such a stupid decision. F. That means the skill of good decision-making counts a lot. G. Decisions force us to close the door on other possibilities. 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。 All of us go through some difficult times as we approach teenage years. It's the age when we have to deal with the most 41  in our life. This transition (过渡) from childhood to adulthood is  42  for some, but rough for others. The most important thing about being a teenager is  43 . When we are teenagers, we would get blamed or even punished for anything wrong we do. It's not all so  44  about being a teenager, though. We don't have to have our 45  take us to somewhere we want to go. We can have  46 with friends or even alone! It’s a very  47 time of life. During this age, we believe we are old enough to 48 what is good for us, and make decisions without  49 others.But such self-considered mature sometimes brings us trouble. Just as the saying goes, “All good things must come to an end, but all bad things can continue 50 .” During this period, we are having much  51 for our studies. If we don’t pass, we won't get jobs, and things will take a turn for the  52 . With knowledge and technique needed in job market in  53 , we have to do really, really well in our 54  for a job. Adults say that their  55 is the hardest part of life. But I think the transition from a kid to an adult is much   56  than being already an adult. What we do in our teenage years will  57  what we become and how we lead our life in the future. In conclusion, it is quite  58  that parents put too much pressure on an already-stressed-out teenager. If they realized that, living condition for teenagers would be much better.   59  for the teens ourselves we should get to know what is best for us. What’s more, we should understand the right  60 of life we choose at this age can make us happy for the rest of our existence. 41. A. chances            B. changes               C. feelings                 D. expectations 42. A. smooth            B. practical              C. demanding             D. necessary 43. A. knowledge     B. independence    C. confidence         D. responsibility 44. A. easy             B. strange                C. bad                       D. interesting 45. A. guides                	B. partners               C. parents                  D. friends 46. A. fun                  	B. trouble                C. relation                  D. business         47. A. pleasant              	B. enjoyable         	C. funny                     D. mature 48. A. predict               	B. remember            C. imagine                 D. understand 49. A. guiding             	B. helping                C. inviting                 D. consulting 50. A. occasionally     B. briefly                 C. forever                  D. naturally 51. A. pressure             	B. passion                C. motivation             D. panic 52. A. better                   	B. worse                  C. fewer                   D. more 53. A. rise                B. decline                 	C. pause                D. shake 54. A. contribution     B. education             C. application            D. qualification 55. A. promotion          	B. work                   C. experience             D. age 56. A. harder                 	B. happier               C. easier                   D. lighter  57. A. reflect             B. confirm              C. determine             D. identify 58. A. vital                      B. urgent                 C. common               D. unnecessary 59. A. Or                         B. Otherwise           C. But                      D. Because 60. A. experience        	B. way                    C. condition              D. power  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。 An American in Beijing lives his Chinese dream Gao Tianrui walks along streets in Beijing’s Xicheng district as 61 public security volunteer. 62 (wear) his bright red armband (红袖章) and speaking fluent Mandarin, 62-year-old Gao Tianrui could have been taken for any regular Chinese man. 63 on closer inspection, things are not quite what they seem: Gao’s real name is Terry Crossman and he is 64 the United States. He is now a member of “Xicheng Dama”, that is, volunteers, usually women in late middle-age, 65 walk along the streets of downtown Beijing’s Xicheng district. Terry said that, at first, he saw the group as busybodies, but 66 (gradual) he saw that it was a good thing for retired seniors 67 (help) others. Often,He 68 (see) giving tourists 69 (direction), getting water for a baby and even helping a neighbor sell yogurt. “I like helping others,” he said, “I live in the hutong and my neighbors and I usually help each other ... This is where I live, where my friends are and where I call home.” Crossman 70 (become) interested in Chinese culture as a teenager when he read Tao Te Ching by Laozi. 第四部分 写作 (共两节 满分 35分) 第一节:短文改错(10 分)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。 Last week I noticed Jack coughing on our math class. See this, I offered to take him to a clinic. There the doctor asked Jack how he had coughed sometimes for long time. Jack nodded his head immediate. The doctor then wrote a prescription with instruction on how to take the Chinese medicine. When Jack tasted the medicine, he almost brings it up. I comforted him with an old saying “Good medicine for health tastes bitter to the mouth”. Jack managed to swallow them unwillingly. But when he had recovered three days later, he felt amazing at the effect of the Chinese medicine. 第二节书面表达(满分25分) 假定你是李华。你班新来外教老师Miss Melinia,今天是她的第一节课,由你代表你班的同学发言,欢迎Miss Melinia。请按要求写一篇发言稿,要点如下: 1.简单介绍一下你班的情况; 2.你班英语学习情况; 3.对Miss Melinia 的教学建议。 注意:1.可适当加入细节,使内容充实,行文连贯; 2.词数不少于100字;开头已给出,不计入总词数。 Dear Miss Melinia and classmates, _________________________________________________________________________ _________________________________________________________________________ Thank you! 南宁二中2018届高三毕业班五月份模拟考试(答案) 听力 1~5 AABCA 6~10 BBCBC 11~15 ABCAB 16~20 CAACB Text 1 W: Did you go off the diving board, David? M: No, that’s too high for me. I’m scared of heights. I’m sticking to the water slide. W: You should try it. I saw you dive off the side, and you might like it. There aren’t many people in that part of the pool. Text 2 M: Why didn’t you tell me the boss was coming back today, Julie? W: I shouldn’t have to. You should be on time every day, Mark. M: I know, but I could have come early and gotten his desk ready. Text 3 W: Why all the candles? Is the electricity out or something? M: No, I just thought it would make the place smell nice. W: It does smell nice, but it’s still awfully dark... Text 4 W: How many students took the exam last Friday? M: Well, let me see. Not all of the students showed up. I believe that we had 22 from the Middle East and 18 from Latin America. Text 5 W: May I come in? My name is Jane Smith. I was called here to have an interview. I’m a designer, looking for a job. M: Please talk to my secretary over there. She will set you up with the test. Text 6 M: What a pretty picture, Samantha! That’s a cute puppy. W: It’s not a puppy, Mr. Patterson. It’s a dragon. M: Oh, of course. And that’s the princess in the castle. W: No, it’s not. That’s a train, not a castle. And the lady is buying a ticket. M: I see. Of course it’s a train. I see the train tracks now. W: The train’s in a field. There aren’t any tracks around it. Don’t you see the corn plants? They’re just like the ones dad grows. M: Oh, I see it now. Does your dad have dragons in his field? W: No, Mr. Patterson. Aren’t you a teacher? Dragons aren’t real. Mom tells me stories about them when she gets home from the post office every day. Text 7 M: What happened? I’ve been waiting for two hours. W: Sorry. We landed on time, but I couldn’t exit the airplane with everyone else. M: Why not? W: Security stopped me. Just before we landed, a little girl dropped her backpack in my seat when I went to brush my teeth. I guess the flight attendant couldn’t figure out whose it was and called security. M: So you landed at 7:00, and you’ve been with the police this whole time? W: Well, they let me go after an hour and a half, but I had to get my luggage. Oh, and there was no food on the flight, either. M: You must be starving. Can I take you to a restaurant? W: Thanks. Text 8 W: I had no idea the countryside was so noisy. M: It’s usually very quiet in the North Carolina mountains, Kathy. But this is the year of our seventeen-year bird calls. W: You mean it’s only noisy right now, for me? And it won’t be like this again until 2034? M: Well, it’s not all summer long. They just come out when the weather gets cool, usually after a big storm. They’ll be quiet after four or five weeks. W: Where do they go for the next seventeen years? M: Oh, they live near the mountains for most of their lives. They just come down here to sing and do their special dances. W: It sounds like they’re in the sky. M: Well, they’re in the trees, mostly. W: This is terrible. Now I don’t want to walk under any of the trees in this forest. There is probably bird waste everywhere. M: So, you don’t have these in the city? I thought I heard them when I went to Atlanta, Georgia. W: I’ve never heard anything like this before. California might not have them. M: Maybe they’re just in the east… Text 9 M: Did you catch the mouse yet? I know you wanted to get rid of it before your mom comes to stay with you. W: I didn’t. Two weeks of planning, and nothing. My mom always wants the house to be clean. I don’t want her to know I had a mouse here. She would be so uncomfortable. M: Well, the traps usually work if you put peanut butter in them. You can take the mouse out to a field and let it go. W: I bought some of those and tried the peanut butter, but it didn’t really work. It sure did love that peanut butter, though. M: Well, how about a trap that has glue on it? You could still let it go later. W: I tried that, too, but I think this is a very small mouse. It didn’t weigh enough to get stuck. M: What are you going to do? W: Well, I have one day to catch it. If not, I’ll have to think of a story to tell mom. She’s only here for seven days. Maybe I can start talking about how I lost my little pet mouse. Text 10 Most people plan expensive vacations to Disneyland or ocean cruises with onboard entertainment. But not many people talk about some of the smaller and cheaper resort areas when they talk about vacations. One example is Branson, a small summer resort town famous for country music. In the fall, it’s full of college students. In winter, only locals fill the restaurants. But in summer, it’s a fantastic hidden vacation spot. How did it become a tourist attraction? In 1912, a dam was built on the nearby White River, forming a new lake. This lake was in the middle of some beautiful mountains, and people started building vacation homes there. Soon, the main street featured country music shows. Vacationers began to visit from nearby states. Now, in addition to the live shows that made it famous, there is a tiger reserve, a golf course, helicopter tours, museums, hotels, campgrounds, lake cruises, and an amusement park. The town is still small, and far from city life. There’s no major airport to bring in a large number of tourists, so they arrive by car or bus. Even though you can ride the Branson railway, it’s just for touring the area. There is no passenger train service to the town. 阅读理解 A篇 21-23 DCA B篇24-27 BCDA C篇28-31 DCDA D篇 32-35 BDDA 七选五 36. F 37. G 38. A 39. D 40. E 完形填空 41-45BADAC 46-50 ABDDC 51-55 ABABD 56-60ACDCB 填空 61. a 62. Wearing 63. But 64. from 65. who 66. gradually 67. to help 68. is seen 69. directions 70. became 短文改错 Last week I noticed Jack coughing on our math class. See this, I offered to take him to a clinic. There in Seeing the doctor asked Jack how he had coughed sometimes for long time. Jack nodded his head immediate. if/whether a immediately The doctor then wrote a prescription with instruction on how to take the Chinese medicine. When Jack instructions t asted the medicine, he almost brings it up. I comforted him with an old saying “Good medicine for health brought tastes bitter to the mouth”. Jack managed to swallow them unwillingly. But when he had recovered three it days later, he felt amazing at the effect of the Chinese medicine. amazed 书面表达(满分25分) Dear Miss Melinia and classmates, I am much honoured to have the opportunity to make a welcome speech on behalf of my classmates. First of all, let’s extend our warmest welcome to Miss Melinia. Our class consists of 40 students, including 20 boys and 20 girls, all of whom are working hard at their lessons in order to achieve success in our future career. We have been doing all we can to have a good command of English, but we do feel that we still have a long way to go. So we hope that your instructions will help us a lot in our learning. I suggest that we organize more group activities in class so that everybody gets a chance to express himself in English, through which we can improve our spoken English. Besides, we expect to know more about the western culture to help us in English learning. Thank you. 资源来源网络,https://www.kuaiwen.net ·16· 
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