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河南省实验中学2021——2022学年上期期中试卷高三英语(时间: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。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.Whatisthemanofferingtodoforthewoman?A.Helphercheckin.B.Carryhersuitcases.C.Takehertoherroom.2.Whatdoesthewomanthinkoftheman’soffice?A.Itismessy.B.Itislarge.C.Itisneat.3.Whydoesthemanlookdifferentnowaccordingtohimself?A.HehadahaircutB.Hegotolder.C.Helostweight.4.Whowillbuytheticketsfortheconcert?A.Sandy.B.Theman.C.Sandy’sbrother.5.Whomightthewomanbetalkingwith?A.ApolicemanB.Arepairman.C.Aparkinglotattendant.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.Wheredoesthewomanwanttogo?A.Toherhome.B.Toastadium.C.Toarestaurant.7.Howdoesthemanfeelabouthiswork?A.Relaxed.B.WorriedC.Uninterested.听第7段材料,回答第8、9题。8.Whatisthepresentationmainlyabout?A.Thecausesofclimatechange.B.Theresultsofclimatechange.C.Thepreventionofclimatechange.9.Wheredidthemangethisinformation?A.Fromabook.B.Fromawebsite.C.Fromafilm.听第8段材料,回答第10至12题。,10.WhatlanguageisRichardfluentin?A.French.B.Spanish.C.Italian.11.WhatisMollygoingtodo?A.SpendayearinFrance.B.SpendayearinSpain.C.SpendsixmonthsinFrance.12.WhatisRichard’sadviceforlearninganewlanguage?A.Goingtravelingoften.B.Usingthedictionaryoften.C.Surroundingyourselfintheenvironment.听第9段材料,回答第13至16题。13.Whatcourseisthewomantakingnow?A.Criminalbehavior.B.Psychology.C.Ecology.14.What’stheprobablerelationshipbetweenthetwospeakers?A.Friends.B.Husbandandwife.C.Managerandsecretary.15.Whatdoesthemanprobablywanttobeinthefuture?A.Apoliceman.B.Anengineer.C.Amathteacher.16.Whatisthewoman’sattitudetoherprofessors?A.Sheadmiresthem.B.Sheisafraidofthem.C.Sheisdisappointedinthem.听第10段材料,回答第17至20题。17.WhatwouldMADArchitectspreferbuildingstobelike?A.Moretraditional.B.Moreattractive.C.Moreenvironmentallyfriendly.18.WhatdoesMADArchitectswanttoprovide?A.Thesituationofseparationfromnature.B.Theexperienceoflivinginancienttimes.C.Thefeelingofbeinginthenaturalworld.19.WherewilltheUrbanForestbebuilt?A.InChongqing.B.InBeijing.C.InRome.20.Whoshouldapplyforajobaccordingtothetalk?A.Engineers.B.Architects.C.Officeworkers.第二部分阅读理解(共20小题,每小题2分,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、D四个选项中,选出最佳选项,并在答题卡上将该项涂黑。AHOLIDAYFUNATTHEPOWERHOUSEJoinintheholidayfunatthepowerhousethismonthlinkedtoournewexhibition,evolution&Revolution:Chinesedress1700stonow.DON'TFORGETourotherspecialevent,theClubMedCircusSchoolwhichispartoftheCircus(马戏团)!150yearsofcircusinAustraliaexhibitionexperience!●ChineseFolkDancing:ColorfulChinesedanceandmusicalperformancesbyTheChinese,FolkDancingSchoolofSydney.Dancesinclude:TheGoldenstickdanceandtheChinesedrumdance.AfeaturewillbetheQinDynastyEmperor’scourtdance.AlsoincludedisashowoffacepaintingforBeijingOperaperformances.Sunday29JuneandWednesday2JulyintheTurbineHall,at11:30am&1:30pm.●AustralianChineseChildren’sArtsTheatre:Well-knownchildren’splayexpertsfromShanghaileadthisdynamicyouthgroup.PerformanceincludeChinesefairytalesandplays.Thursday3toSunday6JulyintheTurbineHall,at11.30am&1.30pm.●ChineseYouthLeague:AtraditionalperformingartsgroupfeaturingperformancehighlightssuchastheRedscarfandSpringflowerdances,andamusicianplayingErHu.Sunday6toTuesday8JulyintheTurbineHall,11:30amto1:30pm.●KidsActivity:MakeaPaperHorse:Youngchildrenmakeapaperhorsecut-out.(ThehorseisafrequentthemeinChinesepainting,indicatingakindofadvancement.)Suitableforages8-12years.Saturday28JunetoTuesday8JulyintheTurbineHall,12:00pmto1:00pm.●ClubMedCircusSchool:Learncircusskills,includingthetrapeze(空中飞人),trampolining(蹦床)andmagic.Notonlyforchildrenover5.Thereare40placesavailableineachIhourandthesemustbebookedatthefrontdesk,level4,ontheday.Tuesday1toSaturday5Julyat11:30am&1:00pm.EnjoyunlimitedfreevisitsandmanyotherbenefitsbybecomingaFamilymemberofthePowerhouse.Ourfamilymembershipcoverstwoadultsandallchildrenundertheageof16yearsattheoneaddress.MembersreceivePowerline,ourmonthlymagazine,discountsintheshopsandtherestaurants,aswellasfreeadmissiontotheMuseum.Allthisforaslittleas$50,000ayear!Call(02)92170600formoredetails.21.WhencanyouwatchtheChinesedrumdance?A.OnJuly2.B.OnJuly3.C.OnJuly6.D.OnJuly8.22.Tolearnthemagictricks,youcangoto______.A.KidsActivityB.ChineseYouthLeagueC.Children'sArtsTheatreD.ClubMedCircusSchool23.WhatisrequiredifyouwanttoenjoyfreevisitstotheMuseum?A.Calling(02)92170600.B.Gainingfamilymembership.C.Comingfortheholidayfun.D.PayingPowerline$50,000ayear.BProfessorHeinzWolff,whohasdiedaged89,wasabioengineeringpioneer.Heestablishedthediscipline,nameditand,ina60-yearcareer,madesignificantcontributionstomedicalresearch.ButtotheBritishpublic,hewasbestknownasthe“dottyscientist”whofrontedTheGreatEggRace,aBBCshowinwhichcolour-codedteamsweresetengineeringchallenges(thefirstwastotransportanegginavehiclepoweredbyrubberbands).Withhistrademarkbowtie,half-moonglassesandMittel-Europeanaccent,helookedreallylikeProfessorBranestawn,asdescribedbyW.Heat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erica.C.Politiciansareafraidthatgovernmentreliefwilldecreaselabormotivation.D.Thetraditionalwisdomholdspeoplehavethemselvestoblameforpoverty.31.Whatisthepassagemainlyabout?A.Thehistoricalsufferingofthepoor.B.Pushforthepoortosavethemselves.C.Anappealforchildpovertyapproach.D.Apositivenewdealtohelppoorchildren.,DForsomethingthatweighsonlyaboutthreepounds,thehumanbrainhasalotofresponsibility.Deepwithinallthosegrayfoldsandcreases(褶皱)arethecontrolsforeverythingyoudo.Morethanacenturyago,scientistsfirstmappedthebrainastheyworkedtodevelopanunderstandingofeachparticularregion.Earlyon,themapsweresimple:Whichpartofthebraincontrolledspeech?Whichcontrolledhearing?Havingadetailed,accurateguideensuresthatstudiesareusingthesamepointsofreferenceandmakesformoreefficient,accurateinvestigations.Now,however,thingsaremuchmoreintricate.Researchershavejustreleasedanincrediblenewmapofthebrain,revealingnearly100newareasthatwerepreviouslyundiscoveredorforgotten.ManyexpertsarecallingthisamilestoneinneuroscienceaccordingtotheNewYorkTimes.ThenewmaphasbeenpublishedinthejournalNature.ThenewmapdrawsondatacollectedbytheHumanConnectomeProject,whichstudied1,200peopleusinghigh-poweredMRIscannerstounderstandhowbraincircuitry(大脑神经元回路)works.Forthestudy,theparticipants’brainswererecordedwhiletheylaidinthescanner,whiletheydidvariousmathproblemsandmemorytests,andwhiletheylistenedtostories.Researchersdrewboundariesbasedonwheretheseandprevioustestsseemedtomatch.Theyalsolookedatanatomical(解剖的)differences,measuring,forexample,theamountofmyelin(髓磷脂)—afattysubstancethatsurroundssomeneurons—indifferentareasofthebrain.“Wehave112differenttypesofinformationwecantapinto,”studyco-authorDavidVanEssenofWashingtonUniversityMedicalSchooltoldtheNewYorkTimes.Withallthosevariables(变量)inhand,researcherseventuallycreatedamapthatincluded83alreadyfamiliarareasofthebrain,plusanadditional97regionsthatwereeitherpreviouslyundiscovered,orsomehowforgottenandlostinscientificliteraturealongtheway.Somepreviouslyknownregionsarehowbrokendownintosub-regionswithseparateresponsibilities.Forexample,thedorsolateralprefrontalcortexisalargeareatowardthefrontofthebrainthat’sactiveduringthought.Thenewmapshowsthatit’smadeupofmanysmallerareasthatcanbekeyfordifferentkindsofthought,rangingfrommakingdecisionstolying.Whileexpertsarepraisingthenewmap,it’sfarfromcomplete,saytheresearcherswhocreatedit.“We’rethinkingofthisasversion1.0”,saysleadauthorMatthewGlasser,aneuroscientistatWashingtonUniversitySchoolofMedicine.“Thatdoesn’tmeanit’sthefinalversion,butit’safarbettermapthantheoneswe’vehadbefore.”32.Inthethirdparagraph,whatdoestheword“intricate”mean?A.amazingB.trickyC.complicatedD.difficult33.What’stheresearchers’attitudetonewmapofthebrain?A.Theythinkitisthebestversion.B.Theythinkitisstillincomplete.C.Theydon’tlikethenewmapofthebrain.D.Theythinkitisamilestoneinneuroscience.,34.WhichofthefollowingstatementsisTRUEaccordingtothepassage?A.Thenewmapincluded97unfamiliarareasofthebrain.B.Thenewmapusedpreviousdatatostudythebraincircuitry.C.Participants1brainsweremonitoredwhentheyweretellingstories.D.Thedorsolateralprefrontalcortexisasmallareawhichiscrucialforthinking.35.Whatisthemainideaofthepassage?A.Theresponsibilityofthebraincircuitry.B.Mixedopinionsonthenewmapofthebrain.C.Astudyonanincrediblenewmapofthebrain.D.Theunderstandingofthefamiliarareasofthebrain.第二节(共5小题;每小题2分,共10分)根据短文内容,从短文后的七个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。Happypeoplehavehabitsyoucanintroduceintoyoureverydaylife.Herearesomeofthem.Theysurroundthemselveswithotherhappypeople.Joycanspread.ResearchersoftheFraminghamHeartStudywhostudiedthespreadofhappinessover20yearsfoundthatthosewhoaresurroundedbyhappypeoplearemorelikelytobecomehappyinthefuture.36Theytrytobehappy.Yes.It’sassimpleasitsounds.37AccordingtotwostudiesrecentlypublishedinTheJournalofPositivePsychology,thosewhoactivelytriedtofeelhappierinthestudiesreportedthehighestlevelofpositivemoods(心情),makingacaseforthinkingyourselfhappy.Theyaremindfulofthegood.38However,happypeoplegiveattentiontotheirsmallervictories,too.“Whenwetaketimetonoticethethingsthatgoright,itmeanswe’regettingalotoflittlerewardsthroughouttheday,”saysSusanWeinschenk,aPh.D.inPsychology.Theydevotesomeoftheirtimetogiving.Eventhoughthereareonly24hoursinaday,positivepeoplefillsomeofthattimedoinggoodforothers,which,inreturn,doessomegoodforthedo-goodersthemselves.Along-termresearchprojectcalledAmericans’ChangingLiresfoundaseriesofbenefitsassociatedwithaltruism(利他主义).39Peopleofallageswhovolunteeredwerehappierandexperiencedbetterphysicalhealthandlessdepression.40“Whenyoulisten,youopenupyourabilitytotakeinmoreknowledge,”writesDavidMezzapelle,authorofContagiousOptimism.Goodlisteningisaskillthatstrengthensrelationshipsandleadstomoresatisfyingexperiences.Agoodlistenermaywalkawayfromaconversationfeelingasiftheirpresenceservedapurpose,whichiscloselyconnectedwithincreasedhappiness.A.Theymakeapointtolisten.B.Theysmilewhentheymeanit.C.Justtryingtobehappycanliftyourspirits.D.Volunteerworkwasgoodforbothmentalandphysicalhealth.,A.Thisisreasonenoughtospendmoretimewithcheerfulpeople.B.It’simportanttocelebrategreathardearnedaccomplishments.C.Happypeopletakethetimetoappreciatetheseeasy-to-come-bypleasures.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。“I’mgoingtotellyouastory,”Itellmyclassofhighschoolseniors.“It’sataleaboutlove.Andheart-break.Andembarrassment.”Theireyeswiden.I41mythroat.“Insixthgrade,”Ibegin,“Ifellmadlyinlove.HisnamewasDavid.Hewastall,42,kindofabadboy—whichIfoundfascinating.Unfortunatelyhehadnointerestinmeatall.SoitwasValentine’sDay.ThatdayasIspilledmyValentinecardsontomydesk,andamongmanysmall43,Isawanenormousone,decoratedbeautifully.Mymind44:‘Whocoulditbefrom?’Withtremblinghands,I45opentheenvelopeandoutfellanimageofaqueen,theheadingofwhich46,‘ToaQueenofaValentine.’”Igivetheclassa47look.“Iturnedthevalentine(情人卡)over,andatthebottomIsawthe48andalmostfainted:David.Thenmyeyes49uptothewritingabovehissignature.Itsaid,‘TotheUgliestGirlinOurClass.’”“Well,it50Valentine’sDayforme.Itshookwhatlittle51Ihadinmyselfforalongtimeafter.ButI52.AndnowIrefusetogiveupthisholidayoflovetothemeannessofone53boy.”Ismile.“Andthat’swhywe’regoingtohaveaparty.Apartythat54kindnessinsteadofcruelty.”Theireyes55.Theyarewillingtoletmetakethem56Iamgoing.Ihandoutsomepapersotheycanmakecards.“Nowpleasewritesomethingpositiveandsinceretoeveryoneintheclass.Evenifit’ssomeoneyou57know,there’salwayssomethingnicetosay.”Alltheseyears,I’vemadeitaroutineineachofmyclass.After20yearsofteaching,I58fewhopesthatstudentswill59allofthegrammarorvocabularyItaughtthem.Butifallastudent60ofoneofmyclassesarethevalentinestheyreceivedonelong-agoFebruary,tomethatmakesitallworthwhile.41.A.cleanedB.clearedC.calculateD.command42.A.cuteB.meanC.worthyD.generous43.A.cardsB.pocketsC.notesD.envelopes44.A.stoppedB.racedC.jumpedD.thought45.A.toreB.spilledC.scratchedD.intended46.A.readB.wroteC.sangD.decorated47.A.excitedB.meaningfulC.shyD.embarrassing48.A.imageB.coverC.envelopeD.signature49.A.ranB.floatedC.traveledD.removed,50.A.madeB.ruinedC.lightedD.became51.A.loveB.faithC.friendshipD.kindness52.A.stoodB.survivedC.witnessedD.upgraded53.A.rottenB.smartC.imaginativeD.permanent54.A.remainsB.receivesC.celebratesD.congratulates55.A.goupB.narrowupC.closeupD.lightup56.A.whetherB.howeverC.wheneverD.wherever57.A.barelyB.likelyC.nearlyD.narrowly58.A.acceptB.enjoyC.harborD.welcome59.A.repeatB.remindC.remainD.remember60.A.informsB.favorsC.recallsD.engages第II卷(非选择题,共50分)第二节(共10小题;每题1.5分,满分15分)语法填空: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。YuanLongping,China’s“fatherofhybridrice”andhighly61.________(praise)forhiscontributionstothecountry’sfood62.__________(secure),diedonSaturday.Hewas91yearsold.BorninBeijinginSeptember1930,Yuan63.__________(begin)hiscareerasanagrarian(土地的)researcherduringthe1950s.Heoftensaidininterviewsthathe64._____(drive)toincreasericeoutputinChinabecauseofthehungerhehadwitnessed.“Mylifetimepursuitistoensureallpeoplestayawayfromhunger,”heoncesaid.In1964,Yuantheorizedthatamale-sterile(雄性不育的)graincouldbecrossedwithotherplantstoincreaseproduction.65.______,itwasnotuntil1973thathecultivatedthefirsthybridricethankstothe66.___________(discover)ofawildricespecies67._______madethebreakthroughpossible.Masscultivation(种植)ofthecropbeganin1976andprovedkeytoChina’sability68.________(feed)one-fifthoftheworld’spopulation69.________just9percentofitsarable(可耕种的)land.In1995,heproducedatwo-linehybridriceandwastaskedbythegovernmenttoimproveproductionstill70.______(far).Helaterdevelopedasingle-linehybridrice.YuanwasawardedtheWorldFoodPrizein2004,for“pioneeringresearchinhiscontributionstothefightagainstfooddeficiency(缺乏).第四部分写作第一节短文改错(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处错误,每句中最多有两处。错误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(Λ),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:在错的词下划一横线,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。Thefindingsofarecentsurveysuggeststhatstudentsarenothappywithmultimediaapproachesineducation.Theyfeelthattheirlearningwillbemucheffectivewhentraditionalmethodsareused.Thestudentsinterviewingsaidtheythoughttheteacherplayedimportantroleintheirlearning.Intheiropinions,listeningtotheteacher,takingnotes,anduseatextbooksuitablefortheiragegroupreallyhelpthemunderstandandrememberthecontentoftheirlessons.Theyalsofoundthatansweringquestionswhichhadbeenwrittenontheboardveryhelpfully.Theyvaluedthechancetocarryoutpractical,hands-onworkeither.第二节书面表达(满分25分)假定你是李华,原计划下周去北京旅行,定下了一家酒店,但刚刚你发现你把日期弄错了,请你给酒店经理写一封信,更改自己的预定时间。内容包括:1.表达歉意。2.重新预定。3.希望得到对方肯定的答复。注意:1.词数100左右;2.可以适当增加细节,以使行文连贯。DearSir/Madam,_______________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________Yours,LiHua,河南省实验中学2021——2022学年上期期中答案高三英语听力1—5BCCBA6—10CBBCB11—15CCBAB16—20ACCAB阅读理解21—23ADB24—27AACD28—31BDCA32—35CBAC36—40ECFDA完形填空41—45BADBA46—50ABDCB51—55BBACD56—60DACDC语法填空61.praised62.security63.began64.wasdriven65.However66.discovery67.that/which68.tofeed69.with70.Further改错71.suggests改为suggest72.much改为more或后加more73.interviewing改为interviewed74.played后加an75.opinions改为opinion76.use改为using77.help改为helped78.that去掉79.helpfully改为helpful80.either改为too参考范文DearSir/Madam,IamLiHua,oneofyourcustomers.Iamwritingtomakeacorrectionastomybookingnextweek.I’msosorrythatImadeamistakeinthedateofmycheckingin.Asscheduled,IwillarriveatBeijingatabout12:00pmonApril4th,butIbookedaroomonApril5thbymistake;therefore,isitpossibletorearrangemytime?IknowthiswouldcauseyougreatinconveniencebutI,asaloyalcustomerofyours,wouldreallyliketostayinyourhotel.Pleasedomethisfavorandinformmeofyourdecisionassoonaspossible.Yourtimelyreplywillbehighlyappreciated.Yours,LiHua
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