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高三月考试卷一(全国卷·入学摸底试卷)英语时量:120分钟满分:150分第一部分听力(共两节,满分30分)做题时,先将答案标在试卷上,录音内容结束后,你将有两分钟的时间将试卷上的答案转涂到答题卡上。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。例:Howmuchistheshirt?A.£19.15.B.£9.18.C.£9.15.答案是C。1.Whatistheman?A.Astudent.B.Alibrarian.C.Ajobhunter.2.Wheredidthewomanwork?A.Atadrugstore.B.Inahospital.C.Atacollege.3.Whatdoesthewomanmean?A.She'llattendtheparty.B.She'llhavetowork.C.She'llinviteTom.4.Whatisthewomandoing?A.Askingforhelp.B.Askingforleave.C.Askingforpermission.5.Wheredoestheconversationmostprobablytakeplace?A.Inaclassroom.B.Inahospital.C.Onthephone.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。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.HowdotsJoshuagotoschoolinJapanprobably?A.Hetakesaschoolbuseverymorning. B.Heridesthesubwayaloneat8:00am.C.Hewalkswithotherstudents.7.WhattimedoesJoshuaprobablygethomefromschoolmostdays?A.Between1:00pmand2:00pm.B.Between2:00pmand3:00pm.C.Between3:00pmand4:00pm.听第7段材料,回答第8至10题.8.Howlonghasthemanplayedthepianouptonow?A.For10years.B.For15years.C.For20years.9.Whatdoweknowabouttheman?A.Hestartedtowritemusicatfive.B.Hehasgivenconcertsinschools.C.HisCDshavebecomethebestseller.10.Whatis"SomeoneLikeYou"?A.Ashortstory.B.Analbum.C.Apoem.听第8段材料,回答第11至13题。11.Whatwasthewomanplanningtostudyoriginally?A.Law.B.Business.C.Medicine.12.Whatmadethewomanchangehermind?A.TheoutbreakofCOVID-19.B.Thelockdownofschools.C.Theincreasingunemployment.13.Whatwillthemanprobablymajorin?A.Law.B.Medicine.C.Business.听第9段材料,回答第14至16题。14.Whogavethewomanherfirstmountainbike?A.Heruncle.B.Herfather.C.Herbrother.15.WhathappenedintheRegionalChampionship?A.Afallentreeblockedtheroad.B.Aphotographersuddenlyfelloffatree. C.Someoneappearedontheroadsuddenly.16.Whatdoesthewomanthinkisthemostimportantbeforearace?A.Doingsportstokeepfit.B.Lookingattherouteinadvance.C.Makingsurethebikeisingoodcondition.听第10段材料,回答第17至20题。17.Whatisthespeakermainlytalkingabout?A.Spacetravel.B.ChattingontheInternet.C.Hotelexpense.18.Whatcanweknowaboutthehotel?A.Itruns320kmaroundthesun.B.Itcanholdtwoguestsatatime.C.Itwillbeputintousein2022.19.Whatcanguestsdointhespacehotel?A.Cookfood.B.Haveavideochat.C.Taketheastronauts'place.20.Whatdoesthespeakerthinkofthespacetrip?A.Relaxing.B.Dangerous.C.Expensive.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。A5oftheMostInterestingCustomsintheWorldSwitzerland-HonestyshoppingTherearelittleshopsinthemiddleoftheSwissAlpsthatallowyoutobuyyourfreshcheese,milk,bread,honey,andbutterwithoutanyonetowatchyou.Infact,noonewatchestheseshopsbecausetheyareownedbyfarmerswhoareouttakingcareoftheanimals.SouthKorea-NOTtippingTippingisinthebloodforsomeonewhoisraisedintheUnitedStatesalongwithmanyotherEuropeancountries.ButinSouthKorea,employeesinthefoodserviceindustryaregivenfairwagesandtakeprideintheirwork,anditisinsulting(侮辱人的)toattempttotipthem.Iceland-ChristmasEvebooksgiving Peoplepuzzleovertheeternal(永恒的)questionofChristmasgifts.IcelandhassolvedthisproblemwiththeChristmasEvetraditionofgivingabook.Aftereveryoneunwrapsthebooks,theyspendtheeveningreadingtogether.Japan-PushersonthesubwayJapan'ssubwayiscrowdedduringrushhours.Butinsteadofsettlingfortheinefficiencythatpersonalspacedemands,Japanhas"pushers".Theyareexactlywhattheysoundlike-employeeswhoseonlyjobduringrushhouristopushmorepeopleontothetrain.Russia-OfferingvodkaItisthecustomtowelcomenewfriendswithshotsofvodka.Whatbetterwaytobreaktheicethanwithsomestomach-warmingshotsofthisRussiantradition?That'ssomethingwecanalltoastto,or,astheysayinRussia,"Nazdorovye!"21.InwhichofcountriesisitatraditiontogivebooksasaChristmasgift?A.Japan.B.SouthKorea.C.Russia.D.Iceland.22.Whatcanwelearnfromthetext?A.ItisatraditionforSwisstowelcomeguestswithvodka.B.NoonewatchesyoushopinSwitzerlandbecausepeoplearebusy.C."Pushers"inJapanhelpyougetoffthetrainfaster.D.TippingisinthebloodforpeopleinSouthKorea.23.Whomightbethetargetreaders?A.Thosewhointendtotravelintheirhomecountry.B.Thosewhowanttostudyabroad.C.Thosewhoareinterestedindiversecustomsaroundtheglobe.D.Thosewhoarefondofnaturalsceneries.BMonaZipaywastherealmostfromthebeginningwhenherbossdecidedtobecomeanindependentinsuranceadjuster(理算员)in1955.Fifty-eightyearlater,shedecideditwastimetoretirefromDornerAdjustmentCo."IlovewhatIdid,"saidZipay,83,ofWhitneyPoint,NewYork."Istilldo.Butit'stimetostayathomenow."Thesecretaryhashelpedcustomersthroughnaturaldisastersandfires.Shehaslivedlonger thanherbossJohnM.Dornerandrememberswhenwomenwerenotallowedtowearpantstowork.Notonlyhassheusedmanualtypewriters,electrictypewritersandcomputers,butshe'salsoadaptedtoawaveoftechnologysoshecouldtypeoutreportssenttoinsurers.Butwhathasservedherwellthroughtheyearshasbeenhertypingandcustomerserviceskills,saidMaryAnnDorner,daughter-in-lawofJohnDorner."She'sanexcellenttypist,"MaryAnnDornersaid."She'saccurateandshe'sfast."She'sprofessionalonthephones,keepingagoodtemperwhendealingwithirateratecustomers,saidPatrickDorner,whonowoperatesthecompany.DornerAdjustingwasn'ttheonlyplaceZipayworked.Shegraduatedfromhighschoolin1951,takingbusinesscoursesbecausesheknewshewouldnotbeabletoaffordcollegeanddidn'twanttoworkinafactory.JohnDornerinvitedhertohisnewcompanyin1955fromtheGeneralAdjustmentBureauindowntownBinghamton.NewYork.TheretheyhadworkedtogetheruntilJohnDornerdecidedtobecomeanindependentagent.Now,Zipaywearspantsbutalwaysdressesprofessionally."Thatwasoneofthethingsthatimpressedmeabouther,"MaryAnnDornersaid."She'salwaysdressedup."24.WhatdidZipayexperiencewhensheworkedinDornerAdjustmentCo.?A.Herfamilysufferedmanydisasters.B.Herformerbossdiedwhensheworkedthere.C.Shewashelpedbycustomerswhenshewasintrouble.D.Thecompanyrequiredfemaleemployeestowearpantstowork.25.WhatisZipaygoodatduringherworkingyears?A.Typingandcommunicatingwithcustomers.B.Adjustingtonewtypewritersandnewbosses.C.Maintainingagoodrelationshipwithherboss.D.Solvingproblemsanddealingwithemergencies.26.Whatdoestheunderlinedword"irate"inParagraph4probablymean?A.Angry.B.Disabled.C.Greedy.D.Selfish.27.WhatdoweknowaboutZipayfromthetext?A.SheonlyworkedatDornerAdjusting. B.Shewenttocollegeafterhighschool.C.Shehasneverwornpantsinherlife.D.Shepaysalotofattentiontoherappearance.CChildrenmovingfromprimarytosecondaryschoolareill-equippedtodealwiththeimpactofsocialmedia,whichisplayinganincreasinglyimportantroleintheirlivesandexposingthemtosignificantemotionalrisk,accordingtoareportbytheOfficeoftheChildren'sCommissionerforEngland.ThereportshowsthatmanychildreninGrade7-thefirstyearofsecondaryschool,whenalmostallstudentswillhaveaphoneandbeactiveonsocialmedia-feelunderpressuretobeconstantlyconnected.Theyworryabouttheironlineimage,particularlywhentheystarttofollowcelebritiesonInstagramandotherplatforms.They,arealsoconcernedabout"sharenting"-whenparentspostpicturesofthemonsocialmediawithouttheirpermission-andworrythattheirparents,won'tlisteniftheyaskthemtotakepicturesdown.Thereport,whichwascreatedwithdatafromfocusgroupinterviewswith8-to12-year-olds,saysthatthoughmostsocialmediasiteshaveanofficiallimitof13,anestimated75percentof10-to12-year-oldshaveasocialmediaaccount.Somechildrenarealmostaddictedto"likes",thereportsays.Aaron,an11-year-oldinGrade7.toldresearchers,"IfIgot150likes.I'dbelike,that'sprettycool,anditmeanstheylikeyou."Somechildrendescribedfeelinginferiortothosetheyfollowonsocialmedia.Aimee,also11,said,"Youmightcompareyourselfbecauseyou'renotveryprettycomparedtothem."AnneLongfieldfromChildren'sCommissionerforEnglandiscallingonparentsandteacherstodomoretopreparechildrenfortheemotionalimpactofsocialmediaastheygetolder.Shewantstosextheintroductionofcompulsorydigitalliteracyandonlineresilience(适应力)lessonsforstudentsinGrades6and7."Itisalsoclearthatsocialmediacompaniesarestillnotdoingenoughtostopunder-13susingtheirplatformsinthefirstplace,"Longfieldsaid."Justbecauseachildwhohaslearnedthesafetymessagesatprimaryschooldoesnotmeantheyarepreparedforallthechallengesthatsocialmediawillpresent,"Longfieldsaid. "Itmeansabiggerroleforschoolsinmakingsurechildrenarepreparedforemotionaldemandsofsocialmedia.Anditmeanssocialmediacompaniesneedtotakemoreresponsibility,"Longfieldsaid.28.Whatisthereportmainlyabout?A.Anincreasingnumberof7-year-oldsarebeingexposedtosocialmedia.B.Socialmediaoccupiestoomuchtimeforsecondaryschoolfreshmen.C.Manysecondaryschoolfreshmensufferfromsocialmedia-relatedstress.D.Theuseofsocialnetworkingiscausingrelationshipproblemsforteenagers.29.WhataresonicstudentsinGrade7concernedabout?A.Howtheyareseenonsocialmediasites.B.Howtheycankeepawayfromsocialmedia.C.Theirparents'monitoringtheiruseofsocialmedia.D.Theirparents'banningthemtopostpicturesonsocialmedia.30.Whatcanbeconcludedfromthereport?A.Some10-to12-year-oldchildrentendtocopythecelebritiestheyfollow.B.Some10-to12-year-oldchildrenwishtoberecognizedbyothers.C.Some10-to12-year-oldchildrenignorethenumberoflikestheyget.D.Some10-to12-year-oldchildrenfeelinferior*totheirfollowers.31.WhatdoesAnneLongfieldsuggest?A.Parentsshouldmonitorhowtheirchildrenusesocialmedia.B.Socialmediacompaniesshouldsetanofficialagelimitof13.C.Socialmediacompaniesshouldcreatespecialsitesforchildrenunder13.D.Schoolsshouldhelpequipstudentsforthechallengesofsocialmedia.D"Ifyoudon'thavetimetoread,youwon'thavetimeortoolstowrite,"writesStephenKinginhismemoir.Hegoesontoexplainwritersmustreadwidelyandfrequentlytodeveloptheirownvoiceandtolearnhowtowritesentencesandstructurestoriesinwaysthatmakereaderswanttopickuptheirworkandreadit.Thisideathatwemustbereadersfirstinordertobewritersisechoedthroughoutbooksonwritingandisoftenthefirstpieceofadvicethatauthorsoffertoaspiringnovelists."Themorewe read,thefasterwecanperformthatmagictrickofseeinghowthelettershavebeencombinedintowordsthathavemeaning,"writesbest-sellingauthorFrancineProseinReadingLikeaWriter.AccordingtoarecentUniversityofFloridastudyof48MBAstudents,whatstudentsreadincollegedirectlyaffectsthelevelofwritingtheyachieve.Inthestudy,researcherssurveyedstudentsabouttheirreadingmaterialsandhabits,andtheyalsotookawritingsamplefromtheircoverletters.Researchersthenranthosesamples-aswellassamplefromnewsstoriestheparticipantshadread-throughprogramstoassessthewritings'complexity.Uponanalyzingtheirfindings,researchersconcludedthatstudentswhoreadacademicjournalsandliteraryfictionscoredhigherinmeasuresofwritingcomplexitythanthosewhoprimarilyreadpopularfictionorwebcontentspublishedonsiteslikeBuzzFeed,RedditandTheHuffingtonPost.Researchhasfoundthatdeepreadingisdistinctivefromothertypesofreadinginwhichwemerelyreadtextsuperficially.Thelanguagefoundinliteraryfiction,forexample,iscomplexandrichindetailandmetaphor.Andthebrainhandlesthislanguagebycreatingamentalrepresentationthatdrawsonthesamebrainregionsthatwouldbeactiveifyouwereexperiencingtheeventinreallife.Regardlessofwhatsciencemaysayabouthowreadingaffectswritingthough,writersthemselvestendtoagreethatyoucan'tbeasuccessfulwriterunlessyouarefirstavoracious(求知欲强的)reader.Byreading,writersnotonlyaccumulateknowledge,buttheyalsogainabetterunderstandingoflanguage.learntheirgenre(风格),growtheirvocabularyandmostimportantly.findinspiration.Perhapsthat'swhywhenthelatewriterandNobelPrizewinnerJoseSaramagowasaskedabouthisdailywritingroutine,hesaid,"Iwritetwopages.AndthenIreadandreadandread."32.Howdoestheauthordescribetheeffectofreadingonwritinginthefirstparagraph?A.Byusinganovelist'swords.B.Bymakingacomparison.C.Byreferringtoastudy.D.Byintroducingaconcept·33.Whatcanbelearnedfromthestudy?A.Thequalityofreadingmaterialsaffectspeople'swritinglevel.B.Peopletendtoreadarticlesonwebpages.C.Readingismoreimportantthanwriting.D.Peoplewhoreadmorearemorelikelytowritebetter. 34.Whatistheconsensus(共识)amongwriters?A.Asuccessfulwritermustfirstgrowhis/hervocabulary.B.Asuccessfulwritermustbeexperiencedinreallife.C.Asuccessfulwritermustbeattractivetohis/herpotentialreaders.D.Asuccessfulwritermustbefirsta"greedy"reader.35.Whatisthetextmainlyabout?A.Readingplaysanimportantpartinwriting.B.People'sreadinghabitsarechangingastimegoesby.C.Deepreadingisnecessaryforeverywriter.D.Writerstendtofindinspirationfromreading.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。WhenitcomestoeliteuniversitieslikeCambridgeandHarvard,studentsoftenworrythattheyarenotcleverenoughtogetin.Butthetruthmaynotbeassimpleasthat.AccordingtoTheGuardian,mostapplicantstotopschoolshaveequallyperfecttestscores.36.VoiceofAmerica(VOA)recentlyinterviewedJulieSoper,anadmissionsofficerforAmericanUniversityinWashington.Sopersaidsheandhercolleaguesplacealotofweightonthewayapplicantspresentthemselvesintheirpersonalstatementessays."PersonalcharmmaycarrymoreweightthanastraightAacademicrecord37,"shesaid.38.EliteReferencerecentlyinterviewedaformeradmissionsofficerfromHarvardandfoundthattheschoolprobablywon'tconsiderviolinskillsanadvantagesincetheyalreadyhavetoomanyviolinplayers.Butifanapplicanthasmasteredaninstrumentthatonlyafewpeoplecanplay,heorshemightbeabletogainanupperhand.WhenJamesKeeler,theadmissionstutoratSelwynCollege,UK,wentthroughapileofessaysformedicalschoolcandidates,oneofthemcaughthiseyes."He'sbeenvolunteeringwithStJohnAmbulance,andalsotrainingtobeaspecialpoliceman.39.He'sclearlydoingsomethingworthwhile.He'scurrentlyvolunteeringatacarehome.That'satickforme,"KeelertoldTheGuardian."Unfortunately,mostessaysfailtohighlightwhat'suniqueabouteachapplicant.Studentsare oftenobsessedwithmaintainingafaultlessimageofthemselvesandareafraidtoshowwhotheyreallyare.Theywriteanessay,andthenitgetspassedthroughtheEnglishteacherandtheparentsandtheauntanduncleandtheguidancecounselor.40,"saidKeeler.A.WeareeagertomeetstraightAstudentsB.Bythetimeitgetstous,it'sjustsowonderfulthatit'shardtoreallygetasenseofthatpersonC.WewantthemtobeasindividualaspossibleD.Intermsofextracurricularactivities,universitiesarealsolookingfor"distinguishingexcellence"E.Studentsgetrejectedlargelybecausethey"failedtoshine"asapersonF.Nosinglestudentwillbeadmittedunlesstheyareacademicallytop"A"G.That'ssomethingI'veneverseenbefore第三部分语言知识运用(共两节,满分45分)第一节(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A、B、C和D四个选项中,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。WhenIwasfifteen,IannouncedtomyEnglishclassthatIwasgoingtowriteandpublishmyownbooks.Halfthestudentssneered,andthey41felloutoftheirchairs42."Don'tbe43!Onlygeniusescanbecome44,"evenoneofthemsaidrudely."AndyougotaDlastsemester."IwassobadlyhurtthatI45intotears.ThatnightIwroteashortsadpoemaboutbrokendreamsand46ittoTheCapri'sWeeklynewspaper.Tomyastonishment,theypublisheditandsentmetwo47.Iwasapublishedandpaidwriter!Ishowedmyfellowstudentsmywork."Justplaindumbluck,"theysaid.However,Itasted48.I'dsoldthefirstthingI'deverwritten.Thatwas49thananyofthemhaddoneandifitwasjustdumbluck,thatwasfinewithme.DuringthenexttwoyearsIsolddozensof50,letters,jokesandrecipes.BythetimeIgraduatedfromhighschool,withaCminusaverage,Ihadseveralscrapbooks(剪贴簿)51withmypublishedworks.Aftergraduation,Inever52mywritingtomyclassmatesagain.Ihadfourchildrenlater.Whilethechildren53,Itypedonmyancienttypewriter.IwrotewhatI54.Ittookmeninemonthstofinishmyfirstbook.I55apublisheratrandom(随意地)andmailed,itwithoutmakingacopyofthemanuscript.AmonthlaterIreceivedacontract,an56onroyalties(版税),andarequesttostart57 anotherbook.CryingWind,thetitleofmybook,becamea58andwastranslatedintofifteenlanguagesandBrailleandwassoldworldwide.Writingiseasy,it's59andanyonecandoit.Ofcourse,alittledumbluckdoesn't60.41.A.suddenlyB.nearlyC.surelyD.silently42.A.laughingB.sleepingC.shoutingD.fighting43.A.discouragedB.proudC.shyD.silly44.A.politiciansB.musiciansC.writersD.artists45.A.burstB.fellC.ranD.turned46.A.mailedB.lentC.showedD.passed47.A.picturesB.certificatesC.dollarsD.albums48.A.disappointmentB.praiseC.rejectionD.success49.A.earlierB.worseC.longerD.better50.A.newspapersB.poemsC.booksD.houses51.A.linedB.coveredC.filledD.locked52.A.mentionedB.contributedC.donatedD.sold53.A.interruptedB.sleptC.gatheredD.argued54.A.forgotB.achievedC.feltD.ignored55.A.visitedB.choseC.beggedD.invited56.A.honourB.adventureC.advertisementD.advance57.A.gettingoverB.workingonC.takinginD.showingoff58.A.bestsellerB.tourguidanceC.referencebookD.soupopera59.A.freeB.wildC.easyD.painful60.A.occurB.mindC.kid.D.hurt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。"Today,wemournthepassingofatruefoodhero.ChinesescientistYuanLongpingsaved61(million)ofpeoplefromhungerby62(develop)thefirsthybridricestrains,"theUNDepartmentofEconomicandSocialAffairstweeted."Hepassedawaytodayat91(duetoillness)buthismission63(end)hungerwillliveon andhislegacy64(remember)forgenerations,"itsaid.Havingspentoverfivedecadesinhybridriceresearch,Yuan,anacademicianwiththeChineseAcademyofEngineering,hashelpedChinawork65greatwonder-feedingnearlyone-fifthoftheworld'spopulationwithlessthan9percentoftheworld'stotalland.QuDongyu,Director-GeneraloftheUNFoodandAgricultureOrganization,onSaturdayexpressedhissadnessoverYuan'spassing."Iam66(deep)saddenedbythedeathofProf.YuanLongping,mydearMaster.Hedevotedhislife67theresearchofhybridrice,helpingbillionsachievefood68(secure),"wroteQuonhisTwitteraccount.BorninBeijingin1930,Yuan69(succeed)incultivatingtheworld'sfirsthigh-yieldhybridricestrainin1973,70waslatergrownonalargescaleinChinaandothercountriestosubstantiallyraiseoutput.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:在错的词下画一横线,并在该词下而写出修改后的词。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。Healthismostimportantforanyofus.Inordertostayhealth,weneedtoknowsomecommonknowledge.Firstly,weshouldeatlotsoffruitandvegetablebecausetheyarerichinfiberandlowinfat.Whenaproverbsays,"Anappleadaykeepsthedoctoraway."Secondly,exerciseisnecessary.Regularexercisecankeepourselvesfromgettingfat.Peopledorunningeverydayusuallyhavestrongestheartsthanthosewhodon't.Final,formgoodlivinghabits.Weshouldsleepforabout8hourseveryday.Overworkandlittlesleepwillleadtoill.What'smore,stayawaycigarettes.Thesearethethingsweshouldpayanattentiontosoastokeepfit. 第二节书面表达(满分25分)假设你是李华,学校校报邀请你简要描述一项你在学校参与的和英语相关的活动,并谈谈你的收获和感悟。注意:1.词数100左右;2.可以适当增加细节,以使行文连贯。
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