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2021学年第一学期五校联考试题高三年级英语学科第1卷(选择题部分)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纸上。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。1.Whatdoesthemanmean?A.Hedoesn'tknowthewoman.B.Heknowsthewomanbefore.C.Hemistookthewomanforsomeoneelse.2.Wheremightthespeakersbe?A.Inasupermarket.B.Inarestaurant.C.Athome.3.Whatwillthewomanprobablydonext?A.Getsomemedicinefortheman.B.Sendthemantothehospital.C.Checkoutofthehotel.4.Whatdoesthewomansuggestthemando?A.Getabetterjob.,B.Gethiscarrepaired.C.Getanewcar.5.Whydidthegirlapologizetotheman?A.Shedidn'tknowwhereshewasgoing.B.Shetooktheman'sphonebymistake.C.Shebumpedintothemancarelessly.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,并标在试卷的相应位置。听每段对话或独白前,你将有5秒钟的时间阅读各个小题;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至7题。6.Whatdoesthemanprefer?A.Gettingtotheairportcheaply.B.Gettingtotheairportquickly.C.Gettingtotheairportcomfortably.7.Howmanytimeswillthemanneedtochangetrains?A.None.B.One.C.Two.听第7段材料,回答第8至10题。8.Howmuchdoesthemanpayforcarinsurance?A.$100amonth.B.$200amonth.C.$200ayear.,9.Whatdoesthewomanwanttosay?A.Themanisagreatdriver.B.Mendrivemorecarelesslythanwomen.C.Themanpaystoomuchmoneyforinsurance.10.Howmanyaccidentshasthewomanbeeninthisyear?A.Four.B.Three.C.Zero.听第8段材料,回答第11至12题。11.Whatisthedifferencebetweenthefirsttwosandwiches?A.Thevegetables.B.Themeat.C.Thebread.12.Wheredoestheconversationtakeplace?A.Inagrocerystore.B.Inasupermarket.C.Inafast-foodrestaurant.听第9段材料,回答第13至16题。13.Whydoesthewomanwanttostudypsychology?A.Itwouldbeeasytofindajob.B.Shewouldgetgoodgrades.C.Shehasbeeninterestedinpsychology.14.Whatdegreedoesthewomanalreadyhave?A.AB.A.degree.,B.APh.D.degree.C.Amaster'sdegree.15.Whatdoesthewomanplantodowhenshegraduates?A.FindajobinWallStreet.B.Waitfortheperfectopportunity.C.Startfromasmalljobandkeepworking.16.Whatdoesthemanthinkofthewoman'sidea?A.Shemighthavedifficultymakingfriends.B.Theirkidsmightnotsupporther.C.Itmightbehardtosupportthefamily.听第10段材料,回答第17至20题。17.Whoisthespeakertalkingto?A.Psychologymajors.B.Psychologyteachers.C.Highschoolstudents.18.Howlongdoeseachlecturelast?A.Onehour.B.Twohours.C.Oneandahalfhours.19.Whatdoesthespeakersayabouttheexams?A.Therewillbesixexams.B.Theyareharderthanmightbeexpected.C.Studentsareallowedtomissoneexam.20.Howcanstudentsreachthespeakeroutsideofclass?,A.Mainlybyemail.B.Bycallinghimdirectly.C.Bycomingtohisofficefrom3:00to5:00p.m.anyday.第二部分阅读理解(共两节,满分35分)第一节(共10个小题;每小题2.5分,满分25分)阅读下列短文,从每题所给的A、B、C和D四个选项中,选出最佳选项,并在答题卡将该选项涂黑。AWhen11-year-oldMeganMaloneylostthreefamilymemberstocancerinthespanof12months,shepromisedherselfshewouldfindawaytosupportthosebattlingthedevastatingdisease.Meganaskedherfather,Brad,ifthetravelbusinesshewasdevelopingcouldhelp.Theysharedan“A-HA!”momentthatsparkedthebeginningofCharityProTravel,arevolutionaryonlinetravelsiteandfundraisingplatformthatischangingthewaypeoplebooktheirholidays.Eachtimeyoubookahotel,airfare,rentalcar,orvacationpackage,CharityProTraveldonatesupto50%ofitscommission(费用)toyourfavoritecharity.“It'saseasy.Chooseyourfavoritecharity,bookyourlowest-pricedtravel,youtakethevacation,wemakethedonation,”Megansaid.Megan'soriginalpassionwastohelppeoplethroughphilanthropy(慈善),andthroughthesuccessofCharityProTravel,shehasbeenabletowatchitgrow.Shehasworkedwithwell-knowncharities.Inaddition,shefoundedherowncharitythathelpsgivebackinseveraluniqueways.Megan'sWishisaprogramwiththepurposeofprovidinganeducationalscholarshiporgrantingthewishesofchildrenwithterminalorlife-threateningconditions.Meganrecentlyaddedmoretotheprogramtohelpchildrenwholosttheirparentorguardian.MeganMaloneyisonlyafewstepsintothewonderfulandexcitingadventurethatliesinfrontofher.Noteveryonegetstolivetheirtruepassion,butthroughCharityProTravelandherothercharities,Meganisfulfillingthepromiseshemadetoherselfeachandeveryday,Meganhastrulytakenatragedyandturneditintogoodwillforall.,21.Whatdoestheunderlinedword“devastating"inParagraph1probablymean?A.Rare.B.Deadly.C.Curable.D.Common.22.Whatcanwelearnfromthetext?A.Megan'spassionincharitywasmotivatedbyhergreatlossoffamilymembers.B.CharityProTravelisalmostthesameasotheronlinetravelsites.C.YoumustdonatetothefixedcharitywhenbookingyourtravelonCharityProTravel.D.Megan'sWishisacharityprogramthatonlyofferseducationalscholarships.23.WhichofthefollowingbestdescribesMeganMaloney?A.Honestanddetermined.B.Considerateandtalented.C.Warm-heartedanddevoted.D.Diligentandmodest.BBeforethecoronaviruspandemicarrivedinItaly,thebigworryabouttourismwasovercrowding,asmillionsoftouristscrowdedthecountry'smostpopularspotslikeFlorence,RomeandVenice.Then,withthepandemic,touristsdisappeared.Accordingtomostestimates,thetourismsectorisnotexpectedtorecovertopre-pandemiclevelsuntillate2023orearly2024,butpoliticalleadersandmanyworkinginthesectoraretakingstepsnowtoassurethat,asthetourismstrengthens,itavoidstheformerovercrowdingproblemsintouristcenters.“Italyshouldnotemphasizethedependenceonbigtourbusesthatallpullintoparkinglotsandoverwhelmasmalltownforafewhours,butpromotemorehigh-qualitytourismthatshows,visitorsthecountrywondersbeyondthefewdozenplaceseveryoneknowsabout,"GianfrancoLorenzo,headoftheresearchdepartmentforFlorence'sCenterforTouristicStudies,says.There'snoreasonpeopleshouldbelineduptoseeonefamoussitewhentherearemanyplacesthatarejustasimportantandjustasimpressive.Thosestrategiesarealreadyindevelopment.ThissummermanyItaliancitiesaretryingtofocustheattentionofvisitorsonoutdoorattractionslikesprawlinggardensandarchitecturalruins,wherevisitorscanremainspreadouttokeepcorona-virusinfectionriskslow.Florence'sUffiziGalleries,oneofthemostvisitedmuseumsinItaly,haslaunchedthe“UffiziDiffusi”initiativewhichincludesdisplayingsomeofitscollectionsinmuseumsinsmallertownstohelpdrawtouristswhomightotherwisehavespenttheirtimeinovercrowdedFlorence.Lorenzosaysreducingtheimpactoftouristsdoesnotmeanthecountrywillhavetohostfewertouristsinthefuture.“Inafewyearswecouldevenhavemoretouriststhanwehadbeforethepandemic,”hesays.“Butforthattobesustainable,theyjusthavetobespreadoutmoreevenly.”24.WhydothepoliticalleadersinItalyadoptcertainstrategiesinthetourismsector?A.Toprotectvisitorsfromcorona-virusinfection.B.Tosettletheovercrowdingproblemintouristcenters.C.TolimitthenumberoftouristscomingtoItaly.D.Tohostmoreforeigntouristsinthenearfuture.25.The“UffiziDiffusi”initiativehasbeenlaunchedto____A.drawmoretouristsB.displaygreatworksC.promotetourismindustryD.spreadoutvisitors26.WhatisGianfrancoLorenzo'sattitudetowardsthefutureoftourisminItaly?A.Optimistic.,B.Ambiguous.C.Doubtful.D.Concerned.27.Whatcanbeasuitabletitleforthetext?A.TheProblemofOvercrowdinginItaly.B.TheFutureoftheTourismIndustryinItaly.C.TheReformoftheTourismIndustryinItaly.D.TheImpactofCorona-virusPandemiconItaly.CPaleontologists(古生物学家)haveidentifiedtheremainsofAustralia'slargestflyingreptilethatlongagoflewaboveavastinlandsea,accordingtoresearchrevealedonTuesday.Withawingspanofaboutsevenmeters,thepterosaur(翼龙)wasdescribedbyresearchersasa“fearsomebeastwithaspear-likemouth".TimRichards,fromtheUniversityofQueensland'sDinosaurLab,ledaresearchteamthatanalyzedthefossilizedjawofapterosaur.Thefossilwasactuallydiscoveredinaquarry(采石场)about10yearsagointhestateofQueensland.However,itssignificancehadnotbeenappreciateduntilRichardsandhisteambegantheirinvestigation.Richardssaiditwas“essentiallyjustaskullwithalongneckonapairoflongwings”.Hesaidthatthecreaturehadruledtheskiesabout105millionyearsago.“Itwouldhavecastagreatshadowoversomequiveringlittledinosaurthatwouldn'thaveheardituntilitwastoolate,”hesaid.IntheresearchpaperpublishedintheJournalofVertebratePaleontology,thescientistsnotedthattheskull,whichisjustoverameterlong,containsabout40teeththatwouldhavemadeitperfectlysuitedtograspthemanyfisheswhichinhabitedtheEromangaSea.,Theprehistoricreptileshadthin-walledandrelativelyhollowbones,whichmeanttheirfossilizedremainswererareandoftenpoorlypreserved.“It'squiteamazingfossilsoftheseanimalsexistatall,"Richardssaid.SteveSalisbury,whoco-wrotetheresearchpaper,saidwhatwasparticularlystrikingaboutthenewspecieswasthemassivesizeofthebonycrest(骨脊)onitslowerjaw,whichitmightalsohaveontheupperjaw.“Thesecrestsprobablyplayedaroleintheflightdynamicsofthesecreatures,andhopefullyfutureresearchwilldelivermoredefinitiveanswers,”Salisburysaid.28.Whatdoweknowaboutthepterosaur?A.ItsfossilwasdiscoveredshortlybeforeTimRichards'research.B.Itwastherulerofthelandabout105millionyearsago.C.Itsspear-likemouthwith40teethplayedapartincatchingfishforfood.D.Thebonycrestsonitsjawsplayedaroleinitsflightdynamics.29.Whywerethefossilizedremainsofpterosaurraretobefound?A.Becauseworkersinthequarrypreservedthefossilpoorly.B.Becausepaleontologistsdidn'tfullyappreciateitssignificance.C.Becausethepterosaurlivedontheearthmillionsofyearsago.D.Becausepterosaurs'boneswerethin-walledandrelativelyhollow.30.Whereisthetextprobablyfrom?A.Asciencefiction.B.Aresearchpaper.C.Anewsreport.D.Abiologytextbook.第二节(共5个小题;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。,Wouldyouliketobuildandlaunchyourownrocket?Doyoulikeinventingyourowngadgets(小装置)?31Ifso,comeandvisitourfivefloorsofinteractive(互动的)exhibits.Findoutabouttheweather,aeroplanesandships,ordiscoverhowthecomputerdeveloped.There'ssomethingforthewholefamily-theyoungestcanpushbrightly-litbuttonsandwatchhowthingswork,whilegrandparentscanenjoyourclassiccarsandplanes.32Thefirst,DeadRingers,showshowthemobilephonehascreatedahugeglobalwasteproblem.Upto50millionarethrownawayeachyear;weshowhowscientistsandcharitiesareworkingtogethertostopthisandhowyoucanhelp,Andinour50YearofCartoonexhibition,youcancomebehindthesceneswithusandseehowyourfavoriteanimatedcharacterswerecreated.Thencometoour3DCinema.Only12peoplehaveeverwalkedontheMoon'ssurfaceandnowyoucanbethenext.33Ortakepartinourcinema's3Dwildlifeadventure.Youwillsearchforandseeelephants,rhinos,buffalos,lionsandleopards,closelybutsafely.34Hereyouwillfindeverythingyouneedtocarryoutyourownexperiments,alongwithbooksandeducationalgames.Wecanhardlywaitforyourarrival!35Visitourwebsiteatwww.sciencemuseum.orgforupdatesonevents.Pleasenote:somedisplaysuseflashinglights.Nophotographyorvideo-recordingarepermittedinsidethemuseum.A.Wouldyouliketojoinusinthegames?B.Doyouwanttofindouthowthingswork?C.Whynotvisitourtwocurrenttemporaryexhibitions?D.VisitorsareshowntowalkontheMoon.E.Finallystopatourshoponthewayout.F.YouwillevenfeeltheMoondustflyingintoyourface!G.Openinghoursare10:00-6:00p.m.dailyandentranceisfree.,第三部分语言运用(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。MariamSchreiberwasborninasmallvillagejustoutsideWarsawin1932.Lifewasgood.Thenthewar36in1939,whensheshouldhavestartedfirstgrade.Mariam'sentirelifewas37.Sheandherfamilyspentthefollowingmonths38fromNazis.Theyranfromvillagetovillageandforesttoforestinacontinuousstateof39.Itwashorrible.Itwaschaos.Soonafterwards,thefamilywas40toaslavelaborcampinSiberia,wheretheyspentsixyearslivingin41conditions-dirtyandmessy,barelylivingatall.Mariamwasnot42untilMarch1946,nearlyayearafterthewarcametothe43.Sheandherremainingfamilymemberswenttoadisplacedpersons(难民)campinGermany.44,shemetherhusband,alsoadisplaced45atthecamp.Theygotmarriedandlaterhadtheirchildren.She46sendingtheirtwosonstoschoolandgavethem47wheneverthekidsneeded.Whenthekidsachievedtheirlifegoals,they48thesuccesstotheirmother.“Withoutourmother,wecouldn'thavebeenwhatwearenow.”saidBernieSchreiber,whowasateacherfor32years.However,Mariaminsisteditwastheformaleducationthatcontributedtotheir49.Deepdown,sheregardeditasa(n)50thatsheherselfhadnevermadeittoschoolinherlifeandshehadalwaysbeen51forahighschooldiploma.WhenRichardNabel,theprincipaloftheNewEnglandJewishAcademy,heardaboutMariamtwoyearsago,hewasdeeply52byherstoryanddecidedtodosomethingforher.HeinvitedMariamtothe2020highschoolgraduationceremonyand53herwithanhonorarydiploma.Wearinghercapandgown,Mariamcouldn't54sobbing.The89-year-oldHolocaust(大屠杀)survivor55gotwhatshehadbeendreamingofallherlife.36.A.setoffB.carriedonC.brokeoutD.cameup37.A.abandonedB.dividedC.upsetD.delayed38.A.hidingB.avoidingC.separatingD.recovering39.A.shockB.panicC.angerD.loss,40.A.transportedB.admittedC.accompaniedD.exchanged41.A.dullB.severeC.dangerousD.poisonous42.A.trappedB.seizedC.informedD.released43.A.endB.conclusionC.resultD.pause44.A.HereB.ThereC.ThusD.Yet45.A.soldierB.doctorC.inspectorD.survivor46.A.gaveupB.insistedonC.askedforD.turneddown47.A.bonusB.heartC.mercyD.support48.A.ownedB.devotedC.creditedD.committed49.A.accomplishmentsB.personalitiesC.existenceD.behaviour50.A.rewardB.surpriseC.regretD.honor51.A.suitableB.desperateC.hopefulD.responsible52.A.annoyedB.puzzledC.shockedD.impressed53.A.presentedB.sharedC.distributedD.pleased54.A.resistB.waitC.standD.prevent55.A.constantlyB.eventuallyC.deliberatelyD.absolutely第II卷(非选择题部分)第二节(共10小题;每小题1.5分,满分15分)Researchershavefoundthatpeoplewhounplugovertheweekendhave56(high)satisfactionwithlifethanpeoplewhospendtheirSaturdaysstuckintheirelectronic57(equip).Whensocialnetworkingsitesemerged,we58(believe)themtobeonlyadvantageousandnotatallharmful,astheyaimedtoconnecteveryonearoundtheworld.Butnowwe59(addict).Wehavebecomea“connected”society60almosteverywaythesedays.Somepeopleareso,connectedthatevenbeforebrushingtheirteeth61makingcoffee,theywillrollovertocheck62(they)phones.63technologyhascertainlyfostered(促进)morerapidandinstantcommunication,theconsequencefromthishasthepotential64(be)catastrophicoverthenextseveralgenerations.Thepotentialforaddictionandlossofhumaninteraction65(connect)withdigitalcommunicationseemsevidentnowmorethaneverinourcurrentsociety.第四部分写作(共两节,满分40分)第一节应用文写作(满分15分)假定你是李华,近日你校举办了以“中国传统文化之美”为主题的首届校园文化节。请你根据以下要点,给校英文报写一篇报道,内容包括:1.举办时间;2.活动内容;3.师生反响。注意:1.词数80左右;2.可以适当增加细节,以使行文连贯。第二节读后续写(满分25分)阅读下面短文,根据所给情节进行续写,使之构成一个完整的故事。Katiewasexceptionallysmall.Wewereinthefifthgrade,butshewasasshortasathirdgrader.Althoughherbodywassmall,Katiewasbigatheart.Shehadasharpmind,too.Sometimesshegothershareofteasing,butKatieknewhowtohandleit.AllthekidswhoknewKatielikedheralot.Katielovedhelpingothersintheclass,sowheneversomeonewasstuckonthecomputerhealwayscalledherforhelpandadvice.Katielovedjokesandshealwayshadajokethatwouldcheersomeoneupwheneverhewasdown.Shewastrulythemostkindandgenerousfriendanyonecouldaskfor.,Buttheotherdayshewasinbigtrouble.Shewassuchasweetkid;athird-gradeteacheralwaysdreamedofhavingaclassroomfilledwithstudentslikeKatie.Shewasnevereveradiscipline(纪律)problem.Ijustcouldn'timaginewhyshehadmadeherparentssoangry.ItseemedthatKatiehadbeenrunningup(积欠)sizablechargesinthelunchroom.HerparentsexplainedthatKatiebroughtagreathomemadeluncheachday,andtherewasnoreasonforhertobuyschoollunch.Theyassumedasit-downwithKatiewouldsolvetheproblem,butfailed.Sotheyaskedmetohelpthemgettothebottomofthissituation.Sothenextday,IaskedKatietomyoffice.“Whyareyoucharging(记账)lunches,Katie?Whathappenstoyourhomemadelunch?”Iasked.“Iloseit,”sheresponded.Ileanedbackinmychairandsaid,“Idon'tbelieveyou,Katie.”Shedidn'tcare.“Issomeonestealingyourlunch,Katie?”Itookanewtrack.“No.Ijustloseit,”shesaid.Well,therewasnothingelseIco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