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外研版(2019)高中英语必修第一册Unit1-3综合测试卷第一部分阅读(共两节,满分50分)第一节(共15小题;每小题2.5分,满分37.5分)阅读下列短文,从每题所给的A、B、C、D四个选项中选出最佳选项。AWeatherinOttawaOttawa,Canada’scapital,isayear-rounddestination(目的地)withfourverydifferentseasons.Eachoftheseseasonsoffersvisitorssomethingdifferenttoexperience.Havingabetterideaaboutwhatweathertoexpectcanmakeitmuch,easiertoplanyourtrip.SpringTheweatherbeginstoslowlywarmupinmid-to-latespringinOttawa,whiletheremaybesomesnow.Springisanicetimetohaveavisitasthecityisstillfreeofsummertourists.Keepinmindthatyouarestilllikelytoexperiencewinter-likeweatherinMarchandevenearlyApril,sobepreparedandpackaccordingly.SummerSummerisconsideredthetouristseasoninOttawathankstolong,sunnydaysandgenerallypleasant,warmweather.It’salovelytimetoexperiencetheRideauCanalbywalkingorcycling.ItisalsoperfectforexploringOttawa’sattractiveneighborhoodsonfoottogetagoodsenseofeverythingthecityoffers.AutumnThepeak(高峰)ofsummertourismiswindingdown,andtheweatherremainspleasant.Ifyouenjoytheplantsinautumn,avisittoOttawameansthechancetoseethecity’sleaveschangecolourtoreds,orangesandyellows.AutumnisalsoagoodtimeforexploringByWardMarket,whichisfulloflocalproducts.WinterDon’tbeafraidofOttawa’scoldwinters.Thereisstillplentyonofferforanyonewillingtoexperienceit.Youcanexpectanamountofsnowtogoalongwiththecoldertemperaturesandlesssunshine.Butwintervisitorswon’twanttomissthechanceto,skateontheworld’slargestskatingrink(溜冰场).BetweenJanuaryandearlyMarch,theRideauCanalchangesintoagreaticerink.1.WhenmaypeopleinOttawastillneedtowearthickcoats?A.InlateMay.B.InearlyJune.C.InearlyApril.D.InlateSeptember.2.WhatistheadvantageofvisitingOttawainsummermentionedinthetext?第10页共10页 A.Watchingthemostbeautifulsunrisesofayear.B.Enjoyingoutdooractivitiescomfortably.C.Exploringtheforestswithlocalpeople.D.Avoidingmeetingtoomanytourists.3.WhatmaymainlydrawpeopletoOttawainthefall?A.Culturalactivitiesandskatingcompetitions.B.Warmweatherandbeautifulneighborhoods.C.Colorfulplantsandgoodshoppingexperiences.D.Differentfruitsandexcitingunderwateradventures.BThespreadofCOVID-19meantmillionsfacedtheeffectsofloneliness.Theyaskedhowtheycouldstillfindasenseofcommunitywhentoldtostayapart.Oneneighborhoodrespondedinacreativeway—aresident(居民)createdsomeinteresting“ISpy”gamesinwhichpeopleofanyagecouldjoin.EmilyNelson,apersonlivingintheSunnymedeneighborhoodinSouthBend,Indiana,createdthesegamesbyusingaFacebookgroup.Atfirst,sheaskedpeopletotapepapershamrocks(三叶草)ontheirfrontwindowsordrawtheminchalkontheirdriveways—anythingthatwouldbenoticedbykidswalkingonthesidewalk.NeighborhoodkidscouldadduphowmanytheyfoundandpostthepicturestotheFacebookgroup.Theneighborhoodresponsewaspositive,soNelsondrewupacalendarthroughmid-Aprilwithotherthemeddays,includingDisneycharacters,Mario,heartsforhealthcareworkers,dinosaurs,andabunnyhunt.Nelsonencouragedthewalkerstodressincostumesthatmatchthethemes.Inthisway,shethoughtthey’denjoythemselvesbetterinthespecialperiod.Foranyneighborswhodidn’thavethemedobjects,decorations,orchalktouse,anotherneighborwouldputtogetherpacketsofcoloringpaperthatheorshecoulddropoffinmailboxesasrequested.AccordingtoNelson,sheandherfamilysawmorethan28Disneycharacterspostedaroundtheneighborhoodonthemostrecentday.Eventhemailman,accordingtolocalpeople,tooknoticeandaskedaboutthesuddenappearanceofDisneyitemsinwindows.Kidswerenottheonlyoneswhohadbeenexcited.NeighborCarolynEvanswrotetoNelsonontheFacebookpage,saying,“Wehadagreattimelookingforcharacterstoday!Whatafunthingforallofustodo!THANKYOUforcreatingthisandTHANKYOUtoallofourneighborswhoaretakingpartinit!”ThankstoNelson’snewgames,gratefulcommunitymemberswerealittleclosertofindingnewwaystostayintouch.4.WhatdidEmilyNelsonaskkidstodoinherfirstgame?A.Searchforandshareshamrockcreations.第10页共10页 B.Playonthesidewalkwithotherkids.C.Drawamapoftheneighborhood.D.StartaFacebookgroup.5.WhatcanweknowaboutthethemedgamesfromParagraph4?A.Theywerecostlybutinteresting.B.Theywerefriendlyandpopular.C.TheywereheldatDisneyland.D.Theyattractedtheattentionofothercities.6.WhatcanweconcludefromParagraph5?A.KidsexpressedtheirthankstoNelson.B.Carolynwaswell-knownonsocialmedia.C.Thegrown-upsfelthandtocreatenewcharacters.D.Thethemedgamesweresuitableforpeopleofdifferentages.7.Whatwasthemajorinfluenceof“ISpy”games?A.Theyimprovedtheneighbors’relationsandreducedtheirloneliness.B.Theyencouragedpeopletofightthediseasebythemselves.C.Theyhelpedpeopletogiveupsomebadlivinghabits.D.Theymadeoutdoorexercisedevelopquickly.CSpidermonkeysknowthatthebestwaytofindfoodisinagroup.Butwhentheydividetohuntforfruit,there’snorandom(随意的)pairingoff.Researchershavefoundthattheyusecollectivecomputation(群体计算)whentheybreakupintoteams.Typically,theolderfemalesleadtherestoftheyoungermonkeys,havingthefinalsayingroupactivities.Butthat’snotthecaseforwildspidermonkeyslivinginaprotectedareanearPuntaLaguna,Mexico.Whenthey’rereadytosearchforfood,themonkeysformteamswithoutasingleleaderpickingwhogoesintowhichgroup.Instead,eachmonkeydecides^whichgrouptojoinandwhentomovetoanothergroup.Theresult,sayresearchers,isthatthemonkeysarecollectivelycomputinggoodteamsizesgiventheavailability(可获性)offoodintheforest.“Thespidermonkeysseemtobecollectinginformationaboutresourcesbyformingthesesmallteams,sothatasagrouptheyknowtheirenvironmentbetterthananyonedoesonitsown,”leadstudyauthor,GabrielRamos-FernandezoftheNationalAutonomousUniversityofMexico,said.Tostudytheanimals’behavior,researchersspenttwoyearsrecording47differentspidermonkeysforfivehourseachday.Forhuntingforfood,theyusuallyformedgroupsof2to17monkeys.ResearchersworkedtogetherwiththescientistsattheSantaFeInstituteinNewMexicotofindouthowaspidermonkeydecidedtostaywithorleaveagroup.Theirstudyfoundthatthe第10页共10页 monkeys,decisionswereinfluencedbythedecisionsoftheothermonkeysontheteam.Theywouldfeelouttheirteammatesaboutthebestsizeandthenmaketheirowndecisionsaccordingly.Theresultsproducedteamsofmanydifferentsizes,whichwerehelpfulinfindingfruitintheforest.Theresearcherssaidthatthecollectivelycomputedsizesweresometimesnotaperfectmatchbasedonthefoodthatwasavailable.Theysuggestasimilarstudyshouldbeusedtoexaminehowothergroupsorsystemswork,suchasflocksofbirdsorschoolsoffish.8.HowdospidermonkeyslivingnearPuntaLagunadifferfromthetypicalones?A.Theycanlivebettereveninbadweatherconditions.B.Thesizesoftheirteamsaredecidedbyeachofthem.C.Theoldermonkeysplayaleadingroleinateam.D.Theyusuallytaketurnstolookforfood.9.HowdoyouunderstandtheunderlinedpartinParagraph2?A.Spreadingtheword.B.Winningallthegames.C.Makingthefinaldecisions.D.Gettingthemostdeliciousfood.10.Whatwillprobablycauseaspidermonkeytoleaveitsteam?A.Itsteammates’choices.B.Thesuddendangerthatappears.C.Theunfairtreatmentfromteammates.D.Itsdisappointmentwiththeamountoffood.11.Whatcanwelearnfromthelastparagraph?A.Spidermonkeyscan’tofferhelptoeachotherinagroup.B.Spidermonkeys’collectivecomputationisnotalwaysuseful.C.Theresearcherswilldoafurtherstudyaboutspidermonkeys.D.Birdsalsousecollectivecomputationwhentheyformgroups.DThefamousFrenchbeautycompanyL’Orealhaspromisedthatby2030,95percentofitsingredients(原料)willcomefromrenewableplantsourcesandberespectfuloftheenvironment.Askedwhatisdrivingthebeautyindustrytocleanandgreenbeauty,LaurentGilbert,oneofL’Oreal’sdirectorssaid,“Naturalsciencehasmadeprogressinthepastyearssothatwecanchangetonaturalingredients.”L’OrealsaysitwilldrawonrecentdevelopmentsinGreenSciencestogetthebestthatnaturehastoofferthroughtechnology.Uptonow,80percentoftheGroup’smaterialshavebeeneasilybiodegradable(生物可降解的),59percenthavebeenrenewable,and34percenthavebeennaturalorofnaturalorigin.And29percentoftheingredientsusedintheirproductswere第10页共10页 developedfollowingtherulesofGreenChemistry.“Wehavealreadyusedactiveingredientswhichareplant-based.Thewaywearegettingandproducingingredientswillchange.Forexample,wearenowfullygettingvitaminCfrombiotechnologyprocesses,whichwasnotthecaseinthepast,”Gilbertadded.Aspartoftheirsustainability(可持续性)program,thebrandhadalsopromisedtouselessplastic.Itsaid,“By2030,100percentoftheplasticsusedinL’Oreal’sproducts’packagingwillbefromrecycledsources.Wehaveastrongpolicytohelpreachthatgoal.Besidesmakingitrecyclable,wearetryingtomovetoanewkindofpackaging.”“Allourpromisesareglobal.WehavetworesearchcentersinIndia,oneinBengaluruandoneinMumbai.Thosearereallyimportanttothosegoals.TheBengaluruoneisbeingspecializedinnaturalingredients.Itwillgivesupporttothischange,”saystheresearchcenter,whichwassetupinIndiain1994.Toachievetheseaims,L’OrealhasbroughtallofitsresourcesinGreenSciencestogether,includingrecentprogressinagriculturaleconomics,togetherwithnewdevelopmentsinbiotechnology,GreenChemistryandmodellingtools.TheGroupisalsobuildingstrongrelationshipswithuniversities,newcompaniesanditsownmaterialsuppliers.12.WhatplaysanimportantroleinL’Oreal’sdecisiontochangeitsingredients?A.Thesupportfromthelocalgovernment.B.Thedevelopmentofnaturalscience.C.Thecallforsmartspendinghabits.D.Theresearchontargetmarkets.13.HowdoestheauthorshowL’Oreal’senvironmentaleffortsinParagraph2?A.Bylistingdata.B.Bymakingcomparisons.C.Bytellingpersonalstories.D.Byshowingcausesandeffects.14.WhydoesL’Orealturntoanewpackagingmethod?A.Tobringconveniencetocustomers.B.Toavoiddamagetoitsproducts.C.Tocutthecostofpackaging.D.Toreduceplasticuse.15.WhatdoesL’Orealdotoreachitsgoals?A.Developnewresourcesandjoinhandswithdifferentgroups.B.Limitthenumberoffactoriesindevelopedcountries.C.Growmoreplantsandinviteplentyofprofessionals.D.Keepthetraditionalwayofproducingmaterials.第10页共10页 第二节(共5小题;每小题2.5分,满分12.5分)阅读下面短文,从短文后的选项中选出可以填入空白处的最佳选项。选项中有两项为多余选项。Whenpeoplethinkofzerowaste,theytypicallyimagineitapplyingto(适用于)thekitchenorthelivingroom,whereheatingorairconditioningconsumption(消耗)canbereduced.16Herearefourwaystomakesimplezerowastechangesinthebathroomthatcanleadtoabetterfuture.Changeyourlighting17Thisideacanbeusedthroughoutyourwholehome.ChangingfromtraditionallightstoLEDlightbulbsuses75percentlessenergy.WhenchoosingLEDlights,lookforbulbsthatare3,000Kelvin(otherwiseknownas“warmwhite”),whichgivethebestlight.ReducewaterconsumptionAnotherideaistouselow-flowtoiletsandlow-flowtaps.Theseeasychangeshelpsavewaterandcanbefoundinmanyhomeimprovementstores.Onedripofwaterpersecondamountsto1,661gallonsofwaterperyear.18MakerecycledtoiletpaperyourchoiceAstudyfoundthatin2018,theUSwasleadingtheworldintoiletpaperconsumption.19Todealwiththissituation,it’sagoodideatolookfortoiletpapermadeoutofbamboooruserecycledtoiletpaper.ChooseabambootoothbrushAroundonebillionplastictoothbrushesarethrownawayeachyearintheUS.Thisleadstoplasticpollutioninthewater,earth,andtheenvironmentingeneral.Whatcanyoudotoreduceit?20Manycompaniesproducebambootoothbrushes,andyoucanchoosethebambootoothbrushessuggestedbydoctors.A.Makethechangetobambooinstead.B.Youcanstartwiththelightsinthebathroom.C.Oneplacethatmaynotbenoticedisthebathroom.D.Itcaninfluencetreesandoverallenergyconsumption.E.Manybadhabitsmaydestroythehealthofhumanbeings.F.Thisunnecessarywastecanbeavoidedwithabitofplanning.G.Plasticproductshaveanever-lastinginfluenceontheenvironment.第二部分语言运用(共两节,满分30分)第一节(共15小题;每小题1分,满分15分)阅读下面短文,从每题所给的A、B、C、D四个选项中选出可以填入空白处的最佳选项。MyhusbandAdlaiandIoftenwentcampingtocelebratespecialoccasions.Infact,ouranniversary(周年纪念日)wascomingup.ButthistimeIfeltasenseof21.Icouldn’thelpthinkingaboutmy第10页共10页 journal(日记本).Forbirthdaysandanniversaries,22givingeachothercardsthatwewerenotinterestedin,AdlaiandIwroteletters.Fornineyears,I’dwrittenalmostallofmineinajournal.Foroureighteenthanniversary,wehadgonecamping.Afterahike,wereturnedto23ourletters.Butthecampsitewas24byabear.Ourtentfelldown.Worstofall,myjournalwas25Wesearchedforhours,butitwas26.Inever27.Ialwayswantedtohavebackthosenineyearsofletters!Oneday,Icamehometofindacarinourdriveway.Two28stoodintheyardwithAdlai.Adlaiheldupaweather-beatenbook.Myjournal!Thewomanandherhusbandhad29itweeksearlierintheunderbrush.Shewas30whenreadingmyloveletters.“Weonlyhaveyourfirstnames,soitisabit31tofindyou.Luckily,wemakeit,”thewomansaid.Asaresultoftheir32,Icouldhugmyjournalagain.Ijustcouldn’tthankthemmore.Therearealwayspeopleintheworldwhoshow33toothers.Whatthecouplediddoesn’t34changeourlives,butitcancertainlychangethewaywe35aboutlife.21.A.responsibilityB.excitementC.lossD.fear22.A.apartfromB.insteadofC.regardlessofD.asfor23.A.sendB.discussC.spreadD.exchange24.A.destroyedB.watchedC.lockedD.examined25.A.waitingB.missingC.appearingD.dropping26.A.hopelessB.successfulC.dangerousD.safe27.A.gotawayB.setoutC.gaveupD.cameback28.A.friendsB.customersC.relativesD.strangers29.A.discoveredB.hiddenC.returnedD.passed30.A.satisfiedB.movedC.tiredD.scared31.A.easyB.interestingC.boringD.difficult32.A.needsB.experimentsC.projects.D.efforts33.A.kindnessB.understandingC.encouragementD.protection34.A.partlyB.equallyC.secretlyD.necessarily35.A.talkB.feelC.planD.complain第二节(共10小题;每小题1.5分,满分15分)阅读下面短文,在空白处填入1个适当的单词或括号内单词的正确形式。ChristoJavacheff,whowasusuallyknownbyhisfirstname,wasborninBulgariain1935.In1959,hemethiswifeJeanne-ClaudeinParis.Together,thetwo(36)_____________(form)astrongpartnership.Theyworkedasateamtocreatehugeartworks(37)____________(call)installations(现代雕塑装置).Intheseinstallations,ChristoandJeanne-Claudeoftenchangedthewaybuildingsorlarge第10页共10页 areasoflandlooked—akindofartknownas“landart”.Theirartworkswereverylarge,(38)____________costalotofmoneytocreate.The(39)____________(artist)paidfortheprojectsthemselvesby(40)____________(sell)thedrawingstheymadeforeachinstallation.Manyprojectsseemedsounusualthatthecouplehadtoworkveryhard.Thoughthecouple’sworkswereknownas“landart”,they(41)____________(place)onthewatermostofthetime.Mostoftheinstallationsonlystayedforafewweeksormonthsbeforebeingtakendown.Itmeantthattheylastedforashortperiodoftime.“Iamanartist,andIhavetobe(42)____________(courage).Myartworksallgoawaywhentheyare(43)____________(final)finished,”Christosaid.Christoalreadypassedaway.Butheleftbehind(44)____________artworldforeverchangedbythememoryofhishugeartworks.Hesurprisedtheworldagainandagain(45)____________hisimaginationandtheartworkshecreated.第三部分写作(共两节,满分40分)第一节(满分15分)假定你是李华,你校下周将举办一年一度的校园艺术节汇演活动。请给你的交换生好友Chris写封信,邀请她跟你一起观看表演,内容包括:1.发出邀请;2.活动安排;3.表达期待。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(满分25分)阅读下面材料,根据其内容和所给段落开头语续写两段,使之构成一篇完整的短文。续写的词数应为150左右。Irememberthisdaysoclearly—Thursday,August1st,2013.AtthattimeIwasatcamp.Onthatday,Iwokeupat7:00inthemorningasIusuallydid.ButIwantedthisdaytobedifferentbecauseitwasmy17thbirthday!However,afterIgotup,noonesaid“Happybirthday”tome.Nosurpriseforme.Ifeltalittledisappointed.ButIthoughtitmadesensesinceothercampersdidn’tknowitwasmybirthday.Afterall,IhadnevertoldanyofthemthatmybirthdaywasonAugust1stexceptforAngela,mybestfriendatcamp.Ithoughtsheprobablyforgotit.SoIjustdecideditwouldbeanormalday第10页共10页 justlikeanyotherday.Wewenttotheplaygroundat8:00amasusual.Onceeveryonehadstoodinabigcircle,westartedsingingsongs.Duringthesinging,Inoticedthesmellofdeliciousbacon(熏猪肉)thatthecookwasmakingforbreakfastinthekitchen.ButIwasn’texcitedaboutitasIusuallywas,probablybecauseIwasstilldisappointedthatnoonerememberedmybirthday.Aftersingingsongs,wewalkedtowardsthedininghalltoeatbreakfast.Beforegettingthere,Iwentintothewashroomnearthedininghalltowashmyhands.WhenIcameoutofit,IheardAngelacallingmyname.Shelookedabitworried.Andshesaid,“Ryan,weneedyouoverhere—thedininghall,please!”Myimmediatethoughtwasthatsomeonehadhurthimself,andtheyneededmetocheerhimup,becauseIwasreallygoodatkeepingotherkidshappyandnotfocusedontheirwound.IwasabouttorushintothedininghallwhenIsawmyclassmateAlexturnaroundthecomerwithsomethinginhishand,andIcouldn’tquitemakeoutwhatitwas.IneverthoughtAlexwouldplayafriendlytrickonme.Paragraph1:Tomysurprise,Alexputthethinginhishandonmyfaceimmediately._______________________________________________________________________________Paragraph2:IsawthatAngelawasbringingabirthdaycaketomefromthekitchen._______________________________________________________________________________答案:1-5CBCAB6-10DABCA11-15BBADA16-20CBFDA21-25CBDAB26-30ACDAB31-35DDADB36-45(Onepossibleversion)36.formed37.called38.which39.artists40.selling41.wereplaced42.courageous43.finally44.an45.with写作(Onepossibleversion)第一节DearChris, Iamwritingtoinviteyoutowatchwonderfulperformancesatthecomingannualartsfestivalofourschool.第10页共10页  TheartsfestivalwilltakeplaceonSeptember24intheschoolhall.Studentsfromdifferentclasseswillgivewonderfulperformancessuchassinging,dancingandplayingmusicalinstruments.Sincewearebothmusiclovers,whynotgotothefestivaltogether?Ibelievetheartsfestivalwillbringusmuchpleasure. Lookingforwardtogoingtothefestivalwithyou.  Yours,  LiHua第二节Paragraph1: Tomysurprise,Alexputthethinginhishandonmyfaceimmediately.AtfirstIcouldn’tseeitbutIcouldfeelthisthickcreamallovermyface,andIforgotwhereIwasforasecond.ItallhappenedreallyfastandthenIheardthewholecampyellout“Happybirthday”!Theyallstartedlaughingandclapping.IrealizedthatIhadbeenhitinthefacebyacreampie.Iwassohappyaboutthefactthatnotonlyhadtheyrememberedmybirthdaybuttheyactuallyplannedsomethingforme!Paragraph2: IsawthatAngelawasbringingabirthdaycaketomefromthekitchen.AfterIhadmanagedtoremovethecreamfrommyface,thewholecampstartedsingingthebirthdaysongforme.OnceIhadmadewishesandeatenthecake,Ithankedthemallfortheamazingsurprise.ThenIgaveAngelaandAlexbighugs.Itwasanunforgettableexperience.Thatmorningwasthebestoneinmylife.第10页共10页
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