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开封市2022届高三第一次模拟考试英语本试卷分第1卷(选择题)和第II卷(非选择题)两部分,考生作答时,将答案答在答题卡上(答题注意事项见答题卡),在本试题卷上做答无效。考试结束后,将本试题卷和答题卡一并交回。注意事项:1.本考试设试题卷和答题卡两部分,所有答题必须用2B铅笔涂(选择题)或用黑色签字笔写(非选择题)在答题卡上,做在试卷上一律不得分。2.答卷前,务必用黑色中性笔在答题卡正面清楚地填写姓名、准考证号。3.考试时间120分钟。试卷满分150分。第I卷第一部分听力(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。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.Whatistheman'sdreamhouselike?A.Ithasabiggarden.B.Ithasalargeyard.C.Itisbyalake.2.Whatdoesthewomanoffertodofortheman?A.Bookadoubleroom.B.Changehisroom.C.Callanotherhotel.3.Whichfilmwillthespeakerssee?A.FastLife.B.SummerRock.C.AmericanStory.4.Whatdoesthewomanwanttoknowmoreabout?A.Abird.B.Aship.C.Anaccident,5.Whatarethespeakerstalkingaboutingeneral?A.Whatbirthdaypresentthewomanwillbuy.,B.Whenthewomanwillattendtheparty.C.Whatclothesthewomanwillwear.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,Whatmusicalinstrumentdoestheman'ssisterplay?A.Theviolin.B.Theguitar.C.Thepiano.7Whatdoesthemanmeanintheend?A.Thewomanplaystheguitarwell.B.Thewomansingshellerthanhim.C.Thewomanhaslittletalentformusic.听第7段材料,回答第8、9期。8.Whatwillthespeakersdotomorrow?A.Studytogether.B.VisitMrs.Green.C.Takeanexam.9.Whereairthespeakers?A,Inalibrary.B.Inaclassroom.C.Inalab.听第8段材料,回答第10至12题。10.Whodidthemanmostlyinvitetotheparty?A,Hisfamily.B.Hisco-workers.C.Hisschoolmates.II.Atwhattimeisthepartygoingtobegin?A.Around8:00p.m.B.Around7:00p.m.C.Around6-00p.m.12.Whatdoesthemansuggestthewomantake?A.Beer.B.Juice.C.Music.听第9段材料,回答第13至16题。13.What'stherelationshipbetweenthespeakers?A.Fellowworkers.B.Oldschoolmates.C.Employerandemployee.14.Howlongdidthewomanspendonaholidayrecently?,A.10days.B.14days.C.30days.15.Whatadvicedoesthewomanoffer?A.VisitMike.B.Haveaparty.C.TraveltoAustralia.16.WhatwillWilsondothissummer?A.Takeaholiday.B.Lookforajob.C.Dealwithhiswork.听第10段材料,回答第17至20题。17.Whatisthespeaker?A.Atourguide.B.Azookeeper.C.Aschoolteacher.18.Whenwillthespecialtourstart?A.At11:00a.m.B.Al12:30p,m.C,At3:00p.m.19.Wherewillthelistenersgofirst?A.Thezoo'sinformationcenter.B.Theinsecthouse.C.Thelionhouse.20.Whatwilltakeplaceat4:00?A.Azooshopwillgiveouttoys.B.Visitorswillmakesandwiches.C.Workerswillfeedtheelephants.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A、B、C和1)四个选项中,选出最佳选项,并花答题卡上将该项涂黑。AFunfactsaboutAntarcticaAtthesouthernmostpointoftheworld,youfindAntarcticaagiantmassoficethat'sitsowncontinent.You,maynotknowmuchaboutthecontinent,sowhynotreadon?There'salakethatrunsbloodredinAntarctica.Asthoughsomeonehascutintotheice,theproperlynamedBloodFallscomeoutovertheTaylorGlacier.Thewaterisextremelyhighinironandsalt,andwhenitcomesintocontactwiththeair,itshowsthespecialredcoloragainstthepurewhitesurroundings.Thewaterhereisthreetimes,saltierthanoceanwater,andtherefore,toosaltytobecomeice.Antarcticahasitsowntreaty(条约).BecausetheenvironmentofAntarcticaissodelicateandunique,thereisatreatysayingthatonlypeacefulresearchcanbedonethere.In1959,12countriessignedthistreaty,withthenumbernowsittingat53.ThisalsomakesitcertainthatAntarcticadoesn'tendupbeingcaughtinaninternationalconflict,andthatthecontinentisonlyusedforscientificpurposesandsensibletraveling.Thetreatypreventsarmyandnuclearactivities,andalsomineralmining.ThereisauniquephenomenoninAntarcticacalleddiamonddust.Whiletherearelowlevelsofprecipitation(降水)inAntarctica,thatdoesn'tmeantheairisclearofnature’sbeauty!Theairissocoldtherethatmoisture(水汽)cancondensewhileair-borne.Thisresultsinicefallingtotheground.Thesun'slightwillcausetheicetoshine,creatingashiningshowercalleddiamonddust.Ithappenswhentheskiesareclear,knownasclear-skyprecipitation.IfanyoftheseAntarcticfactshaveincreasedyourinterestinvisitingthisuniquecontinent,besuretogetintouchwiththeteamalAuroraExpeditionstoday.Phone:+61(0)29252103321.WhatdoweknowabouttheBloodFalls?A.Thewaterhasbeenpolluted.B.Thewatercomesfromariver.C.Thewaterisrichinironandsalt.D.Thewaterusuallyfreezesinwinter.22.Thelastfunfactismainlyabout.A.wheremoisturecomesfromB.howdiamonddustisformedC.wherediamonddustcanbefoundD.howprecipitationcanbeincreased23.WhatisIhetextmostprobably?A.Atourreport.B.researchplan.C.Anadvertisement.D.Anexplorationguide.BDuringmycareerinIhepastyears,I'vebeenfiredafewtimes.Thelasttimewasaboutfiveyearsago.Atthetime,1co-ownedaliteraryagency.Iagreedtotakeonagiantprojectforamajorclient.,Iworkedmytailof!G)raboutayear,focusingjustonthisoneclient.Meanwhilemypartnerandassociatestookcareofeveryoneelse.Weallthoughtitwasagoodbet.Butintheend,theclientfiredmeandcooperatedwithanagencywhopromisedtogethimamajorbookdealwithaNewYorkpublishinghouseandanappearanceonOprah.Iwaslefthighanddrywithnothingtoshowformyyear-longinvestment.TheworstpartwasthatIdidnotseeitcoming.IthoughtIhaddoneagreatjob,andwehadenjoyedalong-termpersonalrelationship.Butmyclienthadhiseyeonbiggerthingsanddecided]couldn'ttakehimthere,soheabandonedmewithoutdiscussion.ThetilingIfinallylearnedfromthisexperiencewasthatclientsandcustomerscanbechangeable.Soneverputallyoureggsinonebasket.Thiswasn'ttheonlymistakeI'dmadeinmycareer.SomeofthemistakesIhadmadegotmtfired.Thatgotrayattentionandfurtheredmyeducationintheschoolofhardknocks.Chancesare,youaregoingtobefiredatsomepointinyourcareer.LastMay,1.7millionworkersinAmericawerelaidofforfired.AndaccordingtotheLaborDepartment,thatwasduringmonthofgenerallygoodeconomicnews.Thetrick—afterbeingfired-istotrytopushbitternessasideandlearnfromit.Failurecanbeagreatteacher,butwehavetolisten.24.Whydidtheauthoronlyfocusononeproject?A.Hisclientrequiredhimtodoso.B.Heconsidereditwouldbeasafebet.C.ItcangivehimanappearanceonOprah.D.Therewerenootherprojectsinhisagency.25.Whywastheauthorabandoned?A.Hecausedsometroubleforhisclient,B.Hisclientwantedtoteachhimalesson.C.Hecouldn'tsatisfyhisclient'sdemands.D.Hisclientwasafraidofdestroyingtheirfriendship.26.Whatlessondidtheauthorprobablylearn?A.Heshouldhavespreadhisrisk.B.Heshouldhavetriedhisbesttodobelter.C.Heshouldn'thaveworkedongiantprojects.,D.Heshouldn'thavemadefriendswithhisclients.27.Whatdidtheauthormainlywritethetextfor?A.ToshowtheimportanceoffailureB.Totellushowtofacegettingfired.C.Toshareamosthorribleexperience.D.Toexplainwhypeopleeasilygetfired.CAmajoremergencycancreatearefugee(难民)populationofhundredsofthousandsovernight.ThemostimmediatewayinwhichorganizationslikeUNHCRandtheInternationalRedCrosscanhelptheserefugeesisbysettinguprefugeecamps.Refugeecampsaredesignedtobetemporary,buttheyoftenremaininplacefordecades.Insomepartsoftheworld,childrenhavegrownupandhadchildrenoftheirownwithouteverleavingtheircamp.Criticsarguethattheyforcerefugeestobeentirelydependentondonations.OnejournalistwhovisitedtheNyadeoucampinsouthernGuinea(Africa)in2001,describedhownormallypeacefulpeoplewerereducedtofightingwitheachotherwhenthefoodtruckarrived.Refugeecampscaneasilybecomedirty,overcrowdedandoverrunwithdiseaseorcrime.Inmanycamps,murderersanddrugdealershidethemselvesamongthemajorityofinnocentrefugees.Onealternativeforrefugeesistosettleinatownoravillageandbecomepartofthelocalpopulation.Thisisknownas"self-settlement".Severalaidagenciesarguethatself-settlementisinmanycasesabetteroptionthanrefugeecamps.Theysaythatself-settledrefugeescanstarttorebuildtheirlivesstraightaway,andarefreerandsaferthanrefugeesincamps.Oxfam,theRedCrossandmanyotherinternationalaidagenciessupportprogramsinwhichrefugeesarehelpedtoself-settle.RepresentativesofUNHCRarguethatrefugeecampsarethebestwayofsavingthegreatestpossiblenumbersoflives.Theypointoutthatitismucheasiertohelppeopleiftheyareallgatheredinoneplace.Thisiscertainlytrueofemergencyrelief,forexamplethedistributionoffood,water,shelterandmedicalsupplies.Itisalsotruethatlong-termaidprograms,suchasfamilytracing,orphansupportand,perhapsmostimportantly,education,canallbecarriedoutmuchmoreeasilywhenrefugeesarealllivingtogetherinoneplace.28.Whoareresponsiblefortherefugees'dependenceondonations?,A.Critics.B.Children.C.Refugeecamps.D.UNHCRandtheRedCross.29.Whatadvantagecanself-settledrefugeesenjoy?A.Morepersonalaid.B.Morelivingspace.C.Bettertrainingprograms.D.Abettersenseofsecurity.30.Whatbenefitcangatheringrefugeesinoneplacebring?A.Itcanhelpsavemuchland.B.It'seasierforthemtogetschooling.C,Itcanreducethenumberoforphans.D.Itallowsfamiliestobetterhelpeachother.31.Whichofthefollowingisnotdiscussedinthetext?A.Theadvantagesofrefugeecamps.B.Thedisadvantagesofrefugeecamps.C.Theadvantagesofself-settlement.D.Thedisadvantagesofself-settlement.DAmerica'syouthisturningitsbackontobacco.AccordingtoastudyrecentlypublishedbytheCentersforDiseaseControlandPrevention(CDC),cigarettesmokingamongUShighschoolstudentsisatanall-timelow.Onein5UShighschoolstudentsin2016reportedusingatobaccoproductwithinthepast30days,animprovementfrom1in4studentsjustoneyearbefore."Thesefindingsshowtheimportanceofcontinuingtoimplementtheevidence-basedstrategiesthatweknowworktoreduceallformsoftobaccoproductuse,includinge-cigarettes,amongournation'syouth,“saysBrianKing,oftheCDC'sOfficeonSmokingandHealthandseniorauthorofthestudy.Andit'snotjusttobacco:DruguseamongUSteensisdownacrosstheboard.TheNationalInstituteonDrugAbusehaspublishedannualreportsonUSteens'drugusesince1996,andthe2016surveyshowsthelowestratesofillegaldrugandalcoholuse.Marijuana(大麻)useremained"mostlysteady"Itisencouragingtoseemoreyoungpeoplemakinghealthychoicesnottouseillegalsubstances"saysformerNationalDrugControlPolicyDirectorMichaelBotticelli.Allindividualformsoftobaccosuchascigarettes,e-cigarettes,cigars,andsmoke-lesstobaccosawdeclinesinusagein2016.Expertsareespeciallyencouragedbythedeclineincigarettes,themostpopulartobaccoproductamongteens.In2016,11.3percentofhighschoolstudentsreportedusinge-cigarettes,downfrom16percentin2015.Dr.Kingsaysadaptationiskeytothedeclineofe-cigarettes."Wehaveoverahalf-centuryof,sciencetellingstudentsabouttheharmfuleffectsoftobaccouseandwhatworksbesttopreventit,“saysKing."E-cigarettesarethemostcommonlyusedtobaccoproductamongournation'syouth,andit'scriticalthatourprovenstrategiesaremodernizedtokeeppacewiththechangingtobaccoproductlandscape."32.Whatdoestheunderlinedword“implement"inParagraph2mean?A.Delay.B.Perform.C.Schedule.D.Control.33.WhatdoesParagraph3mainlytalkabout?A.USteens'drugusehasdecreased.B.Therearemanyformsoftobacco.C.E-cigarettesarepopularamongUSteens.D,Thestrategiesareputforwardbyexperts.34.Whatmaybetheexperts,attitudetowardsfuturedeclinesincigaretteuse?A.Disapproving.B.Suspicious.C.Favorable.D.Ambiguous.35.Whatwouldbethebesttitleofthetext?A.USteentobaccousedeclines.B.Highpercentofteentobaccouse.C.Theharmfuleffectsoftobaccouse.D.Thestrategiestoreducetabascouse.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。Learningtoreadprovidesfoundationforfuturelearninginallareasofstudy.Andexpertssaystudentsneedtohaveaworkingknowledgeof10,000words.Now,anewvocabularyprogramclaimstogreatlyspeedupachild'sunderstandingoflanguage.36,whichusespicturesandshortwordexercisestoimproveastudent'sperformanceontests.SofiaFenichellcreatedthesystem.37"Wecallitthe10,000-wordjourney.Webelievethatchildrencanmasterthesewordsfromtheageofseventol7.Andtheydon'thavetocram(临时死记硬背).38.We'reacceleratingtheirabilitytocommunicate,aswellasimprovingtheirreadingandwriting"shesaid.EachwordintheMrs.Wordsmithsystemofteachinghasachild-friendlydefinition.39.,Forexample,thewordshriveledisdefinedas"wrinkled,likehipposkinthat'sbeeninthebathtoolong.”Underneaththedefinitionisadrawingofaverywethippopotamus.Therearealsoexercisestohelpstrengthenthestudent'sunderstanding.FenichellspokeatarecenteducationtechnologyshowinLondon.40.“Theteachersarereportingbackthatthekidsloveit.Theywanttodomore,they'reputtingitintheirwriting,andthey'relearningmorewords.It'ssoeasytoteachthemthevocabulary.Littlechildrenareusingwordslike:'thebrazen(厚颜无耻的)attitudeoftheBritishinWorldWarTwo',andteachersarewritingtousandsayingtheycan'tbelievehowmuchtheirwritinghasimproved."Mrs.Wordsmithisnowsettoexpandintoschoolsinothercountries,includingtheUnitedStates.A.WordsbringmeaningtolifeB.ItiscalledMrs.WordsmithC.ChildrenwillsearchfortherightwordstouseD.AndeachwordhasapictureshowinghowthewordisusedE.ShesaidtheMrs.WordsmithsystemhasbeenpopularinschoolsacrossBritainF.SheworkedwithresearchersfromCambridgeUniversityinBritaintodevelopthelistofwordsG.Thesewordsaretypicallythewordstheyfindinthebookstheyread,innewspapers,inadultconversation第三部分语言知识运用(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3()分)阅读下而的短文,从短文后各题所给的A、B和C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。Areallinventorsscientists?No.Anyonecanmakea(n)41.Allittakesisa(n)42andsomehardwork.ApersonmustbewillingIotryagainand43theinventionworks.That'sjustwhathappenedtoMurraySpanglerin1907.Spanglerwasajanitor(清洁工)atadepartment.store.He44toworkeverynightaftertheclosed.He45hisjob,butitwasalolofworkIocleanallthatspace.Hewas46.HewishedthattherewasabetterwayIocleanthestore'sfloor.Eachnightasheworked,hethoughtaboutthe47.Whatkindofmachinecouldhemake?Afterawhile,someideasformedinhishead.Hegotagroupof48,includinganoldbox,atape.a,pillowcase,anelectricfan,abroomhandle,andapaintroller.Thenhespentweeksfittingthemtogether.Hetrieditathome.It49!Atlast,hewasreadytotakehisinventiontothe50.Apoliceofficerwaswalkingdownthestreet.Heglancedatthedepartmentstorewindow.HesawSpangler51hisinvention.Theofficerwenttotheowner'shouse,52theownerthatSpanglerwasdoingsomethingwitha(n)53machinethatmadealotofnoise.HethoughtthatSpanglerhadlosthismind.The54rushedtothestore.HetoldSpanglerthathewasfiredformessingaround55doinghisjob.Spanglertoldhimthathewasdoinghisjob56thaneverbefore.Heaskedthestoreownertolethimshowhimhowhismachineworked.57,themanagreed.Hewas58whenSpanglermovedhismachineoverdirtandgumwrappers.They59!Spanglerhadjustbuiltthefirstvacuumcleaner.ThenextyearhesoldhisinventiontoafirmnamedHoover.Beforelongvacuumcleanerswereas60asstovesinhomes.41.A.observationB.mistakeC.planD.invention42.A.topicB.theoryC.ideaD.excuse43.A.thoughB.untilC.onceD.after44.A.startedB.failedC.agreedD.decided45.A.foundB.likedC.quitD.knew46.A.ashamedB.frightenedC.worriedD.exhausted47.A.accidentB.discoveryC.problemD.experiment48.A.machinesB.objectsC.picturesD,books49.A.workedB,changedC.stoppedD,arrived50.A.storeB.hotelC.labD.station51.A.showingB.improvingC.usingD.designing52.A.threateningB.convincingC.showingD.telling53.A.oldB.coolC.hugeD.strange54.A.janitorB.policemanC.ownerD.customer55.A.insteadofB.becauseofC.thankstoD.asfor56.A.worseB.betterC.slowerD.busier57.A.ExcitedB.SatisfiedC.CuriousD.Afraid58.A.confusedB.shockedC.disappointedD.amused59.A.disappearedB.continuedC.droppedD.moved60.A.simpleB.safeC.convenientD.common第II卷,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。CurlytherobotbeatsathletesatcurlingArobothasbeatentop-classhumansatthesportofcurling(冰壶运动).Klaus-RobertMullerattheBerlinInstituteofTechnologyinGermanyandhisworkmatesbuilttherobot,61(call)Curly,tomasterthesport.Incurling,playersslideheavystonesdownanicypathtowardsatarget(宫垒).Playerscompeteintwoteamsoffour,withmostplayers62(take)turnsto“throw"astoneortousebrooms(冰壶刷)63(sweep)theiceinfrontofamovingstone.Pointsaregivenforstonesclosest64thecentreofthetargetandateamwinsbyhavingthehighestscore.Curlywonthreeoutoffour65(match)againsttop-classSouthKoreanwomen'scurlingteams.Therobotthrowsstones,butdoesn'tsweep.Placedonwheels,therobothas66longneckwithavideocameratocheck67stonesare.Curly's68(power)learningprogramtakesintoconsiderationtheposition(位置)ofotherstonesandthestateoftheicewhendecidingthenextmoves.Oncethegame69(begin),Curlycontinuouslylearnedhowtoimproveon70(it)earliermoves,basedontheerrorsithadmade.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。Goodmorning,dearfriends!WelcometoourschoolforaculturalexchangeIPleaseallowmetakethispreciousopportunity,onbehalfofourschool,toexpressourwarmestwelcometobothofyou.,TodayI'dliketointroducetoyouChinn'sTaiChi.It'spopularactivitythatcontainedChinesecultureaboutinnerpeaceorharmony.Ifyouwalkthroughaparkinthemorning,you'llseeaseriesofbeautifulmovementperformedbyaslow,focusedmannerwithdeepbreathing.IoftenpracticeTaiChiafterclass,benefitedmuchfromil.Forme,it'snotjustasporttomakemefit,butalsoawayoflifewhatcanmakemepeacefully.Enjoyyourstayhereandhaveagreatfun!Thankyou!第二节书面表达(满分25分)为迎接2022年北京冬奥会的到来,某英文报刊开展了以“SportsandMe”为题的征文大赛,请根据以下内容投稿:1.讲述你和运动之间的故事;2.号召全民运动。注意:1.词数100左右;2,可以适当增加细节,以使行文连贯开封市2022届高三年级第一次模拟考试试题答案听力答案:1-5ACBCC6-10ABCAB11-15ABBAB16-20CCBAC阅读答案:21-23CBC24-27BCAB28-31CDBD32-35BACA36-40BFGDE完形填空答案:41-45DCBAB46-50DCBAA51-55CDDCA56-60BCBAD语法填空答案:,61.called62.taking63.tosweep64.to65.matches66.a67.where68.powerful69.began70.its短文改错:1.me后面加to2.both改成all3.contained改成contains4.or改成and5.movement改成movements6.by改成in7.benefited改成benefiting/benefitting8.what改成that/which9.peacefully改成peaceful10.去掉a书面表达:SportsandMeAsweknow,sportsdousgoodinmanyaspects.Undoubtedly,takingexercisecanhelpusbothphysicallyandmentally.Takemeasanexample.Myfavoritesportisswimming.Itisbeneficialtomyheartandlungsandspendinghoursinthepoolisalwaysmyfavoritepastime.Soswimmingisagoodwayformetorelaxafteraperiodofexhaustingwork.Aboveall,swimmingcontributestohavinglowerriskofdiseaseandgettingovernegativefeelings.Inaword,regularexercisetogetherwithapositiveattitudecanbeofbenefittous,soIsuggestwefitexerciseintoourbusyschedule,makingitpartofdailyroutine!
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