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湖北省黄冈中学 2019 届高三英语 5 月第二次模拟考试英语试题

发表时间:2019-12-09 20:38

 黄冈 2019 英语 5 月第试英试题

命题人:李红英 瞿平  

考试时间2019 5 18 15:00-17:00    试卷 150 考试 120 分钟

第一部分:听力(,满分 30

做题在试你将卷上答案转涂上。

第一节(共 5 小题;每 1.5 分,满分 7.5

5 段对话后, ABC 选项中选最佳选项, 位置, 你都有 10 来回答有阅读仅读

1. How much will the woman pay?

A.$12.B. $30.C. $42.

2. What will the man do first?

A. Look after the children.B. See a doctor.C. Attend a party.

3. Whats the relationship between the woman and Rick?

A. Boss and clerk.B. Former classmates.C. Colleagues.

4. How will the woman spend her summer vacation?

A. Taking a part-time job.B. Taking summer classes.C. Taking a break.

5. What does the woman mean?

A. She’ll make a call.B. She’ll be off work.C. She’ll finish at seven.

第二节(共 15 小题;每 1.5 分,满分 22.5

5 独白每段 ABC 项中选项听每段对将有时间小题每小 5 秒钟听完后, 5 的作独白

听下回答 6 和第 7

6. Why does the man come to this shop?

A. To meet Dominic.B. To buy a birthday gift.C. To give the woman a surprise.

7. What did the man buy last year?

A. A toy soldier.B. A computer game.C. A Mickey Mouse.

听下回答 8 和第 9 题。

8. What did the man forget to prepare?

A. The music.B. The play.C. The stage.

9. What will the woman do tomorrow?

A. Pick up the boss.B. Play the guitar.C. Book a hotel.

听下回答 10 12

10. Where are the speakers?

A. At home.B. In a restaurant.C. In a hospital.


11. What is the matter with the man?

A. He is drunk.B. He is allergic to seafood.   C. He has a stomachache.

12. What advice does the woman give the man?

A. Doing more exercise.B. Noticing his diet.C. Taking no medicine.

听下回答 13 16

13. Who is Mr. Taylor?

A. A teacher.B. A parent of a student.C. The school headmaster.

14. Why does the woman keep the curtains closed?

A. To get some sleep.

B. To keep the classroom cool. C. To make the children calm.

15. How long should the children stay outside according to the man?

A. Less than an hour.B. At least one hour.C. Half a day.

16. What are the students like after they run around outside?

A. They are quiet.B. They cant sit down.C. They fight with each other.

听下回答 17 20

17. What are therapy (治疗) dogs trained to be?

A. Strong and clever.B. Quiet and calm.C. Clever and loyal.

18. What do pet owners have in common?

A. They are happier.

B. They get nervous easily.

C. They have no heart disease.

19. What role do therapy dogs play in California?

A. Playmates.B. Readers.C. Listeners.

20. What is peoples attitude to therapy dogs?

A. Doubtful.B. Supportive.C. Opposed.

第二部分:阅读理两节,满分 40 分)第一节(共 15 小题;每 2 分,满分 30 分)

阅读给的ABC D选项,并

题卡黑。


Kazumi

A

Choosing a university


My main reason for coming here was the Human Rights course. When I was at school I couldnt decide what I want to be. Ive always wanted to help people and I figured that taking Human Rights would allow me to learn about how I can make a real difference in the world. Vladimir

I love math. I was torn between two possibilities: I could become an engineer and apply math

at a practical level. Or I could become a math teacher. I neednt have worried because in the end I

didnt have to choose! I got everything I wanted thanks to my university, which will qualify me to


be a high school teacher while gaining a general engineering degree at the same time.

Osvaldo

One of the reasons I chose this university was because of the effort that they put into organizing the open day. The lecturers and current students provide an enthusiastic overview of their courses and of life in the city. This was contrary to other universities I visited, which just let their reputation do the talking. Although I chose not to live on campus, the rooms there seemed comfortable and very reasonably priced.

Maria

When the time came to select the university, I had three possibilities, but I still could not decide. So it was time to schedule campus tours. They all had their advantages, but this place instantly appealed to me. As soon as I arrived, I was struck by the smiles everyone gave me. What I value most here is the feeling that I am part of a supportive community.

21. Who can obtain a double qualification from his or her university?

A. Kazumi.B. Vladimir.C. Osvaldo.D. Maria.

22. Why did Osvaldo choose his university?

A. He found the courses affordable.

B. His university sold itself more convincingly.

C. He was won over by the universitys reputation. D. His university offered excellent accommodation.

23. What do we know about Maria?

A. She takes great interest in community service. B. She made her choice from the very beginning. C. She feels a sense of belonging at her university.

D. She was hoping to pass on knowledge to others.

B

We are housing everything from little creatures to giant beasts, said one Hawaii Island

Humane Society volunteer.

When hundreds of residents of Hawaiis Big Island fled their homes after the Kilauea volcano erupted, some left behind not only most of their belongings, but also their beloved pets.

In the two weeks   since fountains   of   lava and poisonous   gas   came from   the volcano, volunteers have made heroic efforts to rescue a real Noahs Ark of animals. Many have reunited with their owners at shelters.

The animal-friendly Red Cross shelter in Pahoa, a town about 25 miles (40 km) east of the volcano, has about 100 dogs and 30 cats, along with rabbits, birds and pigs, said Burgandy Singleton, a Hawaii Island Humane Society volunteer. Some of the owners are camping outside with dogs. It gives them a sense of home and keeps them as peaceful as possible. This is definitely stressful on the pets as well as the people,‖ she said.

Pauline McLaren and her husband Eddie are among those camping out at the Red Cross Shelter with their five dogs, all of whom are those they have rescued over the years in their village of Kapoho. They evacuated the village on May 12 after the volcano near their home erupted. Pauline McLaren said they would have stayed with friends but for the dogs. Its just so hard with five,‖ said McLaren who is sleeping in a tent while her husband sleeps in the car.

The rescues begin with volunteers taking down addresses and pet names from owners at the shelters. They then go into the abandoned neighborhoods with owners looking for the pets and setting out food and water, hoping to attract hungry animals. Ideally, we take the owner back in so they can hear a familiar voice and we can hand-trap them rather than attracting them into cages,‖


Singleton said. We are trying every trick from every book.‖

The rescuers had to leave before they could catch the last sheep, but left the gate open so the sheep could escape danger.

24. What did the volunteers do after the Kilauea volcanic eruption?

A. They saved injured people.

B. They rescued abandoned pets. C: They built shelters for victims.

D. They searched for lost belongings.

25. Why do some of the owners camp outside?

A. To comfort their dogs.

B. To avoid potential danger. C. To escape stress from work. D. To experience a peaceful life.

26. What does the underlined word ―evacuated‖ in Paragraph 4 probably mean?

A. Found.B. Left.C. Explored.D. Protected.

27. What is Paragraph 5 mainly about?

A. Where to find the lost pets. B. Where to set up a pet shelter.

C. How to trick the pets into cages.

D. How to catch the abandoned pets.

C

Can a fish be depressed? This question has been floating around my head ever since I spent a night in a hotel across from a sad-looking fish. His name was Bruce Lee.

The pleasant woman at the front desk assured me that he was well taken care of. Was I

incorrectly assuming his laziness was a sign of mental distress?

When I sought answers from scientists, I assumed that they would find the question ridiculous. But they did not. New research has been totally shifting the way that scientists think about fish

cognition (), building a case that pet and owner are not nearly as different as many assume.

―The neurochemistry (神经化学) is so similar that its scary,‖ said Julian Pittman, a professor. We

tend to think of them as simple organisms, but there is a lot we dont give fish credit for.‖

Dr. Pittman likes working with fish, in part, because they are so obvious about their depression. A zebrafish gets dropped in a new tank. If after five minutes it is hanging out in the lower half, its depressed. If its swimming up top its unusual preference when exploring a new environment

then its not.

Is ―depression‖ the right word? Theres the obvious issue that We cannot ask animals how they feel,‖ says Dr. Diego A. Pizzagali. Neither fish nor rats can ―capture the entire range of depression as we know it‖.

There is a heated debate about whether anxious or depressed is a more appropriate term. But what has convinced Dr. Pittman, and others, over the past ten years is watching the way the zebrafish lose interest in just about everything: food, toys, exploration just like clinically depressed people who are withdrawn. The same is true of fish.

One of the things we’re finding that fish are naturally curious and seek novel things out,said Dr. Braithwaite. In other words, your goldfish is probably bored. To help get rid of depression, she urges introducing new objects to the tank or switching up the location of items.

28. What Dr. Pittman said in Paragraph 3 suggested that .

A. it is scary for fish to be simple organisms


B. fish have a lot in common with people

C. people find credit for some fish

D. fish have the same organisms as humans

29. Why can fish become bored according to the text?

A. They need oxygen from the air.

B. They cant locate the positions of items.

C. They are not born to be curious. D. They lack new things to explore.

30. What does the underlined word withdrawn‖ in Paragraph 6 probably mean?

A. Talkative.B. Uncommunicative.C. Disappointed.D. Forgetful.

31. What might be the most suitable title for the text?

A. Fish Depression Is not a Joke. B. Fish Can Be a Boring Pet.

C. Fish Need Better Care More.

D. Fish Have Their Own Feelings.

D

In the past Westerners were not familiar with Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM), but now it is becoming globally popular. According to a government report, TCM has been introduced into

183 countries and regions around the world.

However, westerners only have a little knowledge of TCM. Their understanding of TCM may be limited to acupuncture ( 针灸), cupping and massage ( 按摩). For instance, the purple,

injury-like marks left on a U.S. famous swimmers back from cupping to relax his muscles and reduce pain became the center of attention during the Rio Olympics in 2016.

In fact, Chinese herbs (药草) play a more important role in curing diseases and keeping the

body in good condition in the TCM treatment system than physical treatment. Therefore, it is disappointing to know that although 103 world Health Organization member countries have given approval to the practice of acupuncture, not many recognize Chinese herbal medicine. TCM is much less popular than Western medicine partly due to the slow development of Chinese herbs.

Herbs can be made into pills, powder and soup. The kind of herbs used, their quality, quantity and the processing together determine the effectiveness of the prescription (). Compared with

Western medicine, which has standardized drug production processes and treatment methods, TCM lacks standardization. The chemical composition and functions of its medicine are still unclear and their effects are unstable. Fortunately, standardization has improved in recent decades and a number of factories are increasingly producing patented TCM drugs.

Another reason why TCM prescription drugs have developed slowly is that it lacks creativity. While Western medicine-making companies come up with new products every year, TCM drug producers tend to make medicine according to prescriptions handed down from the past. That Chinese chemist Tu Yoyo won the 2015 Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine for her research

into malaria () treatment may drive creativity to some extent in Chinas TCM industry.

However, Rome was not built in a day. The current situation cannot be changed within a short time.

32. What does the example of an American swimmer in Paragraph 2 show?

A. He was injured in his swimming.

B. Cupping is a kind of important TCM treatment. C. Westerners know a little about TCM.

D. TCM is very popular among Westerners.


33. Why dont some member countries of WHO recognize Chinese herbal medicine?

A. Chinese herbs can get rid of diseases.

B. They only approve the practice of acupuncture. C. Western medicine is more effective.

D. Medicine made out of Chinese herbs develops slowly.

34. How does the writer feel about the future of TCM?

A. Anxious.B. Negative.C. Optimistic.D. Disappointed.

35. What is the best title of the passage?

A. The Effectiveness of TCM.

B. The Barriers to TCMs Development. C. The Weakness of TCM.

D. The Future of TCM.

第二节( 5 3 15 分)根据内容选项的最为多余选项

Some Ways to Increase Your Reading Speed

Do you have a lot of reading to do before class tomorrow? Do you want to increase your reading speed fast? Here are some ways to help increase your reading speed.

1. Stop the inner speech

Ones inner speech is an extremely common trait among readers.     36    It is the biggest obstacle that gets in the way of you being able to increase your reading speed.

2. Do not reread the words on the page

You most likely do this without even realizing that you are doing it, which makes it a bit of a difficult habit to break out of.   37   Keep your fingers running back and forth across the page, without stopping or going back.

3. Set a goal

Holding yourself responsible will better ensure you stick with your reading and your timer tests. Give yourself a goal of a certain number of pages to read each day/week/etc. and stick to it . When you reach it, treat yourself.   38     

4. Work on improving your vocabulary

Think about it: You’re reading along, and then you run into a word you dont know. Do you skip it?   39   Do you stop to look it up? If you work on improving your vocabulary, you will know more words. The more words you add to your vocabulary, the faster you read. The faster you read, the more you can read. It may be clear, but its important.

5. Read the main points first

Finally, when time is limited and you need to get something read by yesterday, take a deep breath and calm down. Open the book, and take some time reading over all the main points. Read the table of contents. Read the subtitles. Read the captions under the diagrams.    40 _

A. Self-encouragement never hurts anyone! B. Do you try to figure it out by context?

C. Your brain still processes information. D. Get a general feel for the chapter.

E. A reader should do more reading.

F. The easiest way is to use your finger to guide you along.

G. It is the process of speaking the words in your head as you read.

第三部分:英语知(共两节,满分 45 分)第一 20 小题 1.5 30 分〉


阅读各题项(ABC D选出可以入空白处题卡黑。

In 2009, when my family moved into a house in Plainedge, some minor unpleasantness gradually developed with our next-door neighbors. It wasnt something important, but was enough to create icy     41    that lasted decades.

Years passed. The       42    between the two houses remained.

Then on Oct.29, 2016 superstorm Sandy     43    Long Island.Trees and wires were down everywhere, and our neighborhood lost     44    for nearly two weeks.

We     45    that the Yurasits adult son, Louis, who has special needs, uses an electrically

46    bed. When the power went out, the bed was       47    in the upright position, thus making it hard to     48    it to a flat position to help Louis get out. He had to sleep in a     49    position.

Meanwhile,   we   were   using a   gas-fueled   generator   (发电机)   to       50    our   refrigerator,

water heater and a few lights. When we heard about Louis’     51      , my husband ran a(n)     52 line from our backyard and through the neighborswindow. The bed was adjusted and the immediate crisis was       53      .

Pat and Bob insisted on paying us for the gas for the generator, though we     54    . It felt good to   55    our neighbors. Looking back, I had to admit it was a(n)       56    unpleasant time, but we all came through it we became much closer.

Last Christmas, Pat invited me to her home to see her two full-sized indoor Christmas trees. This year, I look forward to     57    her the oversize Christmas stocking hanging on my fireplace.

I     58    the years wasted, but somehow what we share now has a deeper       59