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2021~2022学年高三第一学期期中试卷英  语2021.11本试卷分四个部分。满分150分,考试用时120分钟。第一部分 听力(共两节,满分30分)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。(  )1.Whendoestheconversationtakeplace?A.Atthebeginningofaterm.B.Attheendofaterm.C.Duringavacation.(  )2.Whatisthemandoingnow?A.Drinkingacupoftea.B.Washingclothes.C.Goingtothebank.(  )3.Wherewasthecomputerusedlastweek?A.Inalab.B.Inaclassroom.C.Inatheater.(  )4.Whatistrueaboutthewoman?A.Shelikesmathnow.B.SheisverygoodatEnglish.C.Shethinksthemanisfunny.(  )5.Whatdoesthewomanmean?A.Hermotherisahousewife.B.Only10%ofAmericanmotherswork.C.MostAmericanmotherswork.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.Whatarethespeakersmainlytalkingabout?A.Abirthdayparty.B.Afestival.C.Aclassreunion.(  )7.Whatdoesthewomandecidetodo?A.Staywithherfamily.B.Gotoapartywiththeman.   C.Goonvacation.听第7段材料,回答第8、9题。(  )8.Whatdoesthewomanthinkofearthquakes?A.Sheisusedtothem.B.Sheisscaredofthem.C.Shehasn'texperiencedany.(  )9.Howstrongwastheearthquakethatjusthappened?A.Itwasstrongerthantheonein1989.B.Atleast4.0ontheRichterscale.,C.About7.1ontheRichterscale.听第8段材料,回答第10至12题。(  )10.Whywasthemandisappointed?A.Chinalostthematch.    B.Chinadidnotplaywell.C.Theotherteammadetoomanymistakes.(  )11.Whatdidthewomanenjoymostaboutthematch?A.Thepassionofthesport.B.Theskilloftheplayers.C.Theclosescoreofthegame.(  )12.WhatdidthemansayaboutChina'swomen'steaminthenextOlympics?A.Chinawillsurelywinagoldmedal.B.Chinawilldefinitelylosetogoodteams.C.Chinashouldhopeforabronzemedal.听第9段材料,回答第13至16题。(  )13.Whydidthemanstopthewoman?A.Toaskherfordirections.B.Togiveheraticketforspeeding.C.Towarnheraboutthekidsinthestreet.(  )14.Whatwasthespeedlimitwherethewomanwasdriving?A.40mph.B.25mph.C.35mph.(  )15.Whatwillhappenifthewomangoestotrafficschool?A.Shewon'thavetopayafine.B.Shewon'thavetogotocourt.C.Herinsurancewon'tbecomemoreexpensive.(  )16.Whatdoweknowaboutschoolzones?A.Therearesometimeschildrenthereevenonweekends.B.Peoplearemorelikelytogetticketsthere.C.Theyaremoredangerousthanotherareas.听第10段材料,回答第17至20题。(  )17.Whatwasthemainfocusofthestudy?A.Howtoeatchocolatewithoutgainingweight.B.Thehealthbenefitsofeatingchocolate.C.Theeffectsofeatingchocolateonhappiness.(  )18.Whoreportedthebestresults?A.Peoplewhoatenochocolateatall.B.Peoplewhoatealotofchocolateeveryday.C.Peoplewhoateamoderateamountofchocolateeveryday.(  )19.Whatdidtheresearcherssayaboutthestudy?A.Thereisstillalotofworktobedone.B.Milkchocolatewasusedintheexperiment.C.Eatingtoomuchchocolatehadnopositiveimpactonhealth.(  )20.Whomightappreciatethisnewsreportmost?A.Peoplewhowanttochangetheirdiet.B.Peoplewhoexerciseregularly.,C.Peoplewhoalreadyeatchocolatefairlyoften.第二部分 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和D四个选项中,选出最佳选项。ANEW:ThankstotheSNCFdiscountcard,youwillneverpaymorethan39forashorttrip,59foranintermediatetripand79foralongtripinEurope,in2ndclassonadirectTGVINOUIandINTERCITÉStrain.It'stimetopackyourbagandexplorethe4cornersofFrance!Goodtoknow:youcanstartthevalidityofyourcardupto5monthsafterthedateofpurchase(Ex:youbuy1cardon01/01/2022,youcanstartitsvalidityon01/06/2022,touseituntil31/05/2023).Doyoutravelregularly?DiscoverourdiscountcardsYourdiscountcardpaysforitselfalreadyfromthefirsttrip*•60%for1childaged4to11accompaniedbythecardholder•CappedpricesevenatthelastminuteinFrance•Freeexchangeandrefundofticketsuntil3daysbeforedepartureAnewdiscountcard,withevenmoreadvantages!Discoverthediscountcardandits3profilestomeeteveryone'sneeds.Dependingonyourage,selectthecardthatsuitsyouandbenefitfromreductionsallyearround!(  )21.Thispieceofinformationis________.A.sentbyTGVINOUIB.sentbyINTERCITÉSC.aimedatsellingtrainticketsD.aimedatsellingdiscountcards(  )22.Whichofthefollowingistrueofthediscountcard?A.Itcostsyou79foranintermediatetripticket.B.Itdoesnotworkforafirstclassticket.C.Itsvaliditystartsfromthedateofbuying.D.Itallowsyoutoreturnticketsatanytime.(  )23.IfalongtriptickettoLondonfromPariscosts200,thenanadultwithadiscountcardandhis10yearoldsonshouldpay________.A.400B.280C.159D.158BAnoldmanandhissonweredrivingtheirdonkeytoaneighboringfairtosellhim.Theyhadnotgonefarwhentheymetwithatroopofwomencollectedroundawell,talkingandlaughing.“Lookthere,”criedoneofthem,“didyoueverseesuchfellows,tobetrudgingalongtheroad,onfootwhentheymightride?”Theoldmanhearingthis,quicklymadehissonmountthedonkey,andcontinuedtowalkalongmerrilybyhisside.Presentlytheycameuptoagroupofoldmeninearnestdebate.“There,”saidoneofthem,“itproveswhatIwassaying.Whatrespectisshowntooldageinthesedays?Doyouseethatidleladridingwhilehisoldfatherhastowalk?Getdown,youyoungscapegrace,andlettheoldmanresthisexhaustedbody.”Uponthistheoldmanmadehissondismount,andgotuphimself.Inthismannertheyhadnotproceededfarwhentheymetacompanyofwomenandchildren:“Why,youlazyoldfellow,”criedseveraltonguesatonce,“howcanyourideuponthebeast,whilethatpoorlittleyoungmantherecanhardlykeeppacebythesideofyou?”TheMillerimmediatelytookuphissonbehindhim.Theyhadnowalmostreachedthetown.“Pray,honestfriend,”saidacitizen,“isthatdonkeyyourown?”“Yes,”repliedtheoldman.“O,onewouldnothavethoughtso,”saidtheother,“bythewayyouloadhim.Why,youtwofellowsarebetterabletocarrythepoorbeastthanheyou.”So,alighting(落地)withhisson,theytiedthelegsofthedonkeytogetherandwiththehelpofapolestruggledtocarryhimontheirshouldersoverabridgeneartheentrancetothetown.Thisentertainingsightbroughtthepeopleincrowdstolaughatit,tillthedonkey,notlikingthenoisenorthestrangehandlingthathewassubjectto,broketheropesthatboundhimand,fallingoffthepole,fellintotheriver.(  )24.Whoactuallycausedtheoldman'sloss?A.Himself.B.Hisson.C.Thedonkey.D.Peoplewholaughedathim.(  )25.Inwhatlogicalorderdidtheauthorarrangetheeventsinhisstory?A.Fromnegativetopositive.B.Fromreasonabletoabnormal.C.Fromimaginarytofactual.D.Fromrealistictoideal.(  )26.Whatmainfeelingdoesthedonkeyhaveintheprocess?A.excitedB.relaxedC.confusedD.worried(  )27.Whatlessoncanwelearnfromthisstory?A.Toomanycooksspoilthemeatsoup.B.Don'tkeepallyoureggsinonebasketball.C.Bytryingtopleaseeverybodyyoucanpleasenobody.D.Lifeiswhathappenstoyouwhileyouarebusymakingotherplans.CAllmelodies(旋律)andharmonyinWesternmusicistypicallybuiltfromjust12notes.Whetherit'sasplendidsymphony,flourishingconcertooryourfavouritewesternpopsongs,itwillcontain12familiartones—andbebasedaroundfamiliarintervals(间隙)betweenthesetones—tocreatethemelodiesweknowandlovetoday.Westernmusictypicallyuses12notes—C,D,E,F,G,AandB,plusfiveflats(降调)andequalsharps(升调)inbetween,whichare:Csharp/Dflat(they'rethesamenote,justnameddifferently),Dsharp/Eflat,Fsharp/Gflat,Gsharp/AflatandAsharp/Bflat.These12noteshavetypicallybeenusedtocomposemostoftheWesternmusicwelistento.Thereasonsmusichaslandedonthesespecificnotescanbesummedupasacombinationofconvenience,scienceandlistenerpreferences.Allsoundsaretheresultofwaves,andthefrequencyofwavesdeterminethepitch(音高)of,soundswehear.Pitchesornotesthatsoundhigh,forinstance,haveahighfrequency.Butwhenitcomestoourfamiliar12notes,it'snotallaboutfrequency—infact,frequencyhasn'tcreatedthissetof12.Wetypicallyusejust12notesinWesternmusicbecauseofthespaces—orintervals—betweenthenotes.Piecesofmusicarefamiliarentirelybecauseoftheseintervals.Thinkofthechildren'ssong‘BaabaaBlackSheep’—it'sstillthesame‘BaabaaBlacksheep’whenyoustartonthenoteCasifyoustartonB,orindeedifit'ssungbyapersonwithadeep,lowvoiceasifit'ssungbyapersonwithaveryhighvoice.Forperformersandmusictheoryexperts,thisiswhat‘transposing(转调)’is.Talkingabout12notesinmusicgenerallyappliestomusicfromtheWestandfromsomeotherpartsoftheworld,butcertainlyisn'tanexhaustivesystemforallmusic.Arabicmusichada17tonescale.Indianclassicalmusiccreatescolourbetweennotesfarbeyondthelimited12notes.Indonesiangamelanalsousesadifferentscale.Andthereareofcoursemany,manymoredifferentwaysmusicmakershave‘splittheoctave(八度音阶)’upintodifferentnotestocreatesensationalmelodiesthroughouthumanhistory.(  )28.WhichofthefollowingnotescomebetweennoteCandnoteFsharpincorrectordergoingupwards?A.Cflat,C,D,Eflat,EB.Csharp,D,Dflat,Esharp,FC.Cflat,C,D,Dsharp,ED.Csharp,D,Dsharp,E,F(  )29.Whyisthesong‘BaabaaBlackSheep’alwaysthesamewhetheryoustartonthenoteCorthenoteB?A.Itisalwayssungbypeoplewithadeepvoiceandthenalowvoice.B.ThefrequencyandpitchofnoteBandCarealwaysthesame.C.Theintervalsbetweeneachofthe12notesarealwaysthesame.D.Itisalwaystransposedbymusiciansbetweendifferentnotes.(  )30.Whatcanweinferfromthelastparagraph?A.12notesinmusicactbetterthana17tonescale.B.Musicvariesindifferentareasaroundtheworld.C.Westernmusicshouldborrowsomewaysfromtheworld.D.Theworldshouldlearnfromwestern12tonescale.(  )31.What'sthebesttitleofthisarticle?A.12NotesinWesternMusicB.DifferenceBetweenWorldMusicC.HowcanWeEnjoyWesternMusic?D.Whyis12NotesWorldFamous?DAshleeThomas'strugglesarejustoneexampleofInstagram'spotential“toxic”effectonteengirls,ashighlightedinthecongressional(国会的)testimony(证词)ofFrancesHaugenonFriday.“IbelieveFacebook'sproductsharmchildren,encouragedivisionandweakenourdemocracy,”saidHaugen,a37yearoldformerFacebookproductmanagerwhoworkedoncivicintegrityissuesatthecompany.Facebook'sowninternalresearch,citedbyHaugen,showed“13.5%ofteengirlsonInstagram(InstagramisownedbyFacebook)saytheplatformmakesthoughtsof‘SuicideandSelfInjury’worse”and17%saytheplatformmakes“EatingIssues”suchasanorexia(厌食症)worse.ItsresearchalsoclaimedFacebook'splatforms“makebodyimageissuesworsefor1in3teen,girls.”“Thecompany'sleadershipknowshowtomakeFacebookandInstagramsaferbutwon'tmakethenecessarychangesbecausetheyhaveputtheirprofitsbeforepeople,”Haugensaidduringheropeningremarks.“Congressionalactionisneeded.Theywon'tsolvethiscrisiswithoutyourhelp.”FacebookCEOMarkZuckerbergtooktotheplatformhebuilttodefendthecompanyagainstHaugen'sallegations(指控),sayingina1,300wordstatementthatthetechgiant'sresearchonitsimpactonchildrenwasbeingmisrepresented.“Wecaredeeplyaboutissueslikesafety,wellbeingandmentalhealth,”Zuckerbergwrote.Headded,“Manyoftheclaimsdon'tmakeanysense.Ifwewantedtoignoreresearch,whywouldwecreateanindustryleadingresearchprogramtounderstandtheseimportantissuesinthefirstplace?”Inastatement,Facebookdoubtedtheinterpretation(解释)oftheresearchandinsistedthepercentagesaremuchlower.Thecompanyhasalsosaiditwelcomesregulation.Still,thosefamiliarwiththeworkingsofthetechworldsayitwilltakemuchmoretosaveteens.“Theirbusinessmodel'sputtingkidsintothesekindsofloopsofengagement,”saidTristanHarris,cofounderoftheCenterforHumaneTechnology.“Andthat'swhatI'mreallyworriedabout...thatthereisn'tsomequickfixtothisthing.It'stheintrinsic(固有的)natureoftheproduct.”(  )32.Whatissuedoesthisarticlemainlytalkabout?A.Facebook'sdevelopmentproblems.  B.Children'spooreatinghabits.C.Facebook'spossibleharmonitsusers.  D.Instagram'sbusinessmodel.(  )33.Whatdoestheunderlinedword“toxic”inthefirstparagraphmostprobablymean?A.poisonousB.immediateC.beneficialD.dramatic(  )34.WhatisthemainconflictbetweenFrancesHaugenandMarkZuckerberg?A.WhetherthereisaFacebookinternalresearch.B.Whethertheresultoftheinternalresearchistrue.C.WhetherFacebookacceptsregulation.D.WhetherFacebookcaresaboutitsusers.(  )35.Whatisthebeststructureofthispassage?A.             B.  Part1Paragraph1-5Part2Paragraph6-9Part3Paragraph10-11     Part1Paragraph1-3Part2Paragraph4-9Part3Paragraph10-11C.             D.  Part1Paragraph1-5,Part2Paragraph6-8Part3Paragraph9-11     Part1Paragraph1-2Part2Paragraph3-8Part3Paragraph9-11第二节(共5小题;每小题2.5分,满分12.5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。Eitherconsciouslyornot,wespendourlivescontinuallygatheringknowledge,information,“facts”whichhelpdefinewhoweare.__36__Eachfactlearned,eachskillacquiredshouldhaveapurpose.Weshouldnot,therefore,wasteourtimelearningfactsbyrote(死记硬背),simplytopassexams.Butthetrainingofthemindtoremembercrucialpiecesofinformationandtoexerciseisavitalpartofourpersonaldevelopment.Weshouldnotunderestimate(低估)howmuchchildrencanlearn.Inmemorizinglinesofpoetryorplayscripts,children'smindsarespongelike(海绵状).__37__Properlyengaged,theskyisthelimit.Inrecentyears,however,theInternethasgivenuspausetorevisitthedebateofskillsversusknowledgeandtolookatwhatweneedtocommittomemory.Noonewouldargueaboutthevalueoflearninginformationbyheart,butthereisalotmore“knowledge”tochoosefromnowandwehavebettertoolsbywhichtosort,gatherandstoreknowledge.__38__Theyleadustofocusinsteadonimprovingthetechnicalandskillsrequiredtosort,prioritizeandusetheknowledgethatlietherein.Thatfact,aboveallothers,shouldbereflectedinourschools.Fordecades,schoolshavebeennotorious(臭名昭著的)forteachingthesametopicsor“facts”.__39__Irecentlyfoundmylatefather'sHistoryexercisebookwithitsnotescopiedfromsomeauthoritativetome(巨著),butwithoutanyrealexplanationoranalysis.Oxbowlakeswereonefavouritetopicthatmyfatherlearnedaboutatschool,thatIlearnedaboutatschoolandthentaughttomypupilsinturn.Why?Whyoxbowlakes?Whynuclearphysicsandnotnanotechnology(纳米技术)?Howdowechoose?Thatisourresponsibility.__40__Theimportantquestions,however,shouldalwaysbe:Whatspecificskillsandpriorknowledgedoourchildrenneedtomakesenseoffacts?Howwellequippedaretheyalreadytoanalyzeallofthisextrainformation?Andhowdowechangeourteachingtoachievetheseverydifferentoutcomes?Thatisthechallengefacingourschools.A.Norshouldweplacelimitsonwhatthebraincando.B.TheInternetcanbeourmemoryandweshouldthereforeentirelyrelyonit.C.Atschool,thesefactsareusuallydeliveredtoustoprepareusforjobsinthefuture.D.Teachingfactsisasimportantineducationasiteverwas.E.Change,educationalchange,isslowindeed,inalmosteverysubject.F.WikipediaandGooglehavechangedwhatweneedtocommittomemory.G.Weshould,however,alsospendourtimerememberingfacts.第三部分 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。ReneCompeanwasnostrangertoAngelesNationalForest.ButafteradventuringalonganewpathlastApril,hewaslost.Asthedayfadedintodusk,followinghoursof__41__wandering,hisconcernturnedtofear.Theterrain(地形)wasremoteand__42__.Compeanwasunpreparedforanything__43__thetwohourjourneyhe'dplanned.Compeanclimbedtoaspot,some7,000feetabovesealevel,wherehefoundatleastonebarof__44__.“SOS.Myphoneisgoingtodie.I'mlost,”hetextedafriend,attachingaphotoshowing__45__hewas.Theshotshowedhislegshangingoversteeprocks.AllCompeancoulddothenwaswaitand__46__.SixtymilesawayinVenturaCounty,BenKuowasworkingathomewhenhereadatweetfromtheLosAngelesCountySheriff'sDepartment,showinganimageofaman'slegs.Thesheriff'ssearchandrescueteamshadspentthepreviousnight__47__lookingforCompean,sothey__48__thephototothepublic,hopingsomeonemightknowthelocation.Kuo__49__lookingforwherephotosaretaken.WhenhesawtheimageofCompean'slegssurroundedbyrocksandgreenery,heautomaticallypulledupasatellitemaponhislaptop.After__50__thegreenerywiththesatellitemap,KuorealizedCompeanhadgottobeonthesouthsidebecausethere'snotreallyanygreenvalleysonthenorthside.Thatfinding__51__hissearch,leadinghimtoanareathat__52__theterrainintheimage.Hecrossreferencedtheoriginalphotowith3DimagesoftheareafromGoogleEarth.Thelocations__53__!Afterspending27hoursaloneinthewilderness,Compeanwassaved!Compean'sstoryprobablywouldhaveendedvery__54__hadatotalstrangerwithstrongsatelliteskillsanda__55__eyefordetailnottakenaction.(  )41.A.accidentalB.aimlessC.awkwardD.dynamic(  )42.A.roughB.familiarC.flatD.fragile(  )43.A.ratherthanB.betterthanC.morethanD.lessthan(  )44.A.signB.signatureC.symbolD.signal(  )45.A.whereB.howC.whoD.what(  )46.A.callB.hideC.sleepD.hope(  )47.A.unsuccessfullyB.passionatelyC.absolutelyD.deliberately(  )48.A.developedB.releasedC.publishedD.advertised(  )49.A.deniedB.consideredC.riskedD.loved(  )50.A.combiningB.comparingC.connectingD.contacting(  )51.A.launchedB.postponedC.tightenedD.concluded(  )52.A.resembledB.borderedC.followedD.submitted(  )53.A.respondedB.matchedC.discoveredD.exposed(  )54.A.differentlyB.fortunatelyC.surprisinglyD.virtually(  )55.A.brightB.curiousC.pureD.sharp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。TheColosseum,originallyknown__56__theFlavianAmphitheatre(圆形露天竞技场),isperhapsRome'smostfamousattractionandisoneofthebestthingstoseeinItaly.Itisa__57__(history)amphitheater,thelargesteverbuilt.__58__(date)backto70C.E.,itisoneofthe,bestpreservedruinsfromtheRomanEmpire.StoriessaytheColosseumwasbuilttoapracticaldesign,withits80archedentrances__59__(allow)easyaccessto55,000audiences,whowereseatedaccordingtorank.Between7072C.E.,theColosseumwascommissionedbyEmperorVespasian,__60__aimwastogainpopularitybystagingdeadlycombatsofgladiators(角斗士)andwildanimalforpublicviewing.Thesecombatswereattendedbythepoor,therich,andfrequentlytheemperor__61__(he).It__62__(complete)byhisson,Titus,in80C.E.,withlaterimprovementsbyDomitian.Itwasusedcontinuouslyalthoughtheusagechangedovertheyears.TheFrangipanifamily__63__(apparent)turnedthestructureintoacastle.Bythebeginningofthe20thcentury,nearlytwothirdsofitwasdestroyedfromnaturaldisastersandthe__64__(remove)ofmaterials.Itwasn'tuntilthe1990sthatrestorativeeffortsreallybegantoturnthebuildingaround.Thisisalso__65__itstartedtoattractthousandsoftouristsworldwide.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)假如你是李华,校英语倶乐部兴趣小组成员,下周轮到你做演讲,请你以国旗为主题写一篇演讲稿,主要内容如下:1.国旗所能代表的一个国家的信息;2.从颜色、图案和意义等角度介绍五星红旗;3.呼吁人们尊重国旗。注意:1.字数80左右;2.可适当添加细节,行文连贯。Goodmorning,everyone!It'smyhonortospeakhere.TodayI'dliketotalksomethingaboutourNationalflag.________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________That'sallfortoday,thankyouforlistening!第二节 读后续写(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。ThatDecember,withChristmasapproaching,mymotherwasoutatworkwhenIletmyselfintoherbedroomoneafternooninsearchofasafetypin.Itookthekeyhiddenunderthecarpet,unlockedthedoorandsteppedin.Standingagainstthewallwasabig,blackbicyclewithballoontires.Irecognizeditinstantly.ItwasthesamesecondhandbikeI'dbeenadmiringinaBaltimoreStreetshopwindow.SomehowmymothermusthavescrapedtogetherenoughforadownpaymentandmeanttosurprisemewiththebicycleonChristmasmorning.Iwasdeeplymovedbythediscoveryandyetsickenedbytheknowledgethat,burstingintoherroomlikethis,IhadrobbedherofthepleasureofseeingmeastonishedanddelightedonChristmasday.Iimmediatelybackedout,putthekeybackinitshidingplace,andthoughtoverwhattodo.IdecidedthatbetweennowandChristmasImustdoabsolutelynothingtorevealtheslightesthintofmyterribleknowledge.NothingmustdenyherthehappinessofseeingmecompletelyamazedonChristmasday.Ievenstartedpracticingmysurprisedfaceinfrontofthemirror,testingexclamationsofdelight:“Wow!”“Abikewithballoontires!Idon'tbelieveit!”ThedayfinallycamewhenChristmasarrived.Mymotherwokemeandmysisterearlyinthemorning.“GoseewhatSantaClausbroughttoyou.”,注意:1.续写词数应为150左右;2.请按如下格式在相应位置作答。Heartbeatracing,Icameoutofmybedroom.________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________Iwasabouttogointomyroomdisappointedlywiththeshirtwhenmymomcriedbehindme,“Wait!There'ssomethinginmybedroomIforgotallabout.”________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________(听力及电子稿下载邮箱:zgk_001@163.com密码:zGkzgk001)2021~2022学年高三第一学期期中试卷(常州)英语参考答案及听力材料,第一部分1~5 ACBAC 6~10 BAABC 11~15 ACBBC 16~20 ABCAC第二部分第一节21~23 DBC 24~27 ABCC 28~31 DCBA 32~35 CADA第二节36~40 CAFED第三部分第一节41~45 BACDA 46~50 DABDB 51~55 CABAD第二节56.as 57.historic/historical 58.Dating 59.allowing 60.whose 61.himself 62.wascompleted 63.apparently 64.removal 65.when第四部分第一节Good__morning,__everyone!__It's__my__honor__to__speak__here.__Today__I'd__like__to__talk__something__about__our__National__flag.Anationalflagrepresentsvalues,beliefsandcultureofacountry.Ournationalflagisnodifferent.Redstandsforthebloodandlivesofrevolutionarymartyrs,whiletheyellowcolorimpliesourbrightfuture.Thebiggeststarontheleftsymbolizesthecommunistpartywithfourlittleonescloselysurroundingit.ThisfivestarpatternindicatestheunityofallChinesepeople.Nationalflagisasymbolofourmothercountry.Weshouldshowourrespectforitwheneverandwhereverweare.That's__all__for__today,__thank__you__for__listening!第二节Heartbeat__racing,__I__came__out__of__my__bedroom.Tomydisappointment,onlyafewsmallbrightlywrappedpackageswerelyingundertheChristmastree.Nobicycle.Myheartsankasifbeingsplashedbycoldwater.SlowlyIopenedmypackage,onlytoseeashirtlyinginside.WhatIfeltwasbitterdispleasure.Whathappenedtomybicycle?Icouldn'thelpthinkingmymomhadfoundthebikejusttooexpensiveandeventuallysentitback.IcouldfeeltearswellingupinmyeyesasIclenchedtheshirt.I__was__about__to__go__into__my__room__disappointedly__with__the__shirt__when__my__mom__cried__behind__me,__“Wait!__There's__something__in__my__bedroom__I__forgot__all__about.”Shewenttoherroom,andamomentlatercamebackwheelingthebigblackbicyclewithballoontires.Ididn'thavetopretendtheexcitementandsurpriseasthebicyclecameintomysight.Ithrewmyarmsaroundmymomandkissedherspontaneously.“Thankyoumom!ThisisthebestChristmasgiftI'veeverhad!”Abrilliantgrinbloomedonmymom'sfaceassheheldmetightly.Hidingherpleasureofseeingmysurprisedface,shesaid,“Allrightnow,it'sonlyabicycle.”听力材料Text1M:It'sstrangebeingbackinschool.W:Whatdoyoumean?,M:Ithinkit'stoughtogetusedtostudying,meetingnewpeople,andtakingnotesagainafterbeingonvacationforsolong.Text2M:Hi.Iamonthewaytothebanknearyourhouse.Areyouathome?W:Yeah,I'mjustdoinglaundry.Whydon'tyoucomebyforacupoftea?M:Okay,seeyousoon.Text3M:Isittruethatthiscomputercanbeusedtodesignthebackgroundsceneryforplays?W:Oh,yes.WeuseditoncelastweekinClassFive.Text4W:Whatwasyourfavoritesubjectinhighschool,Henry?M:Iusedtolovemath,butnowIcan'tstandit.I'mmuchmoreintoEnglishnow.W:That'ssofunny!Iamjusttheopposite.Text5M:Doyoumeanthatbothofyourparentswork?W:Sowhat?Only10%ofAmericanfamilieshaveatraditionalworkingfatherandastayathomemother.Text6M:Iboughtapumpkin,andIamplanningtomakeitintoalanterntomorrow.W:Oh,that'sright.Halloweeniscoming!M:Yeah,theschoolislettingususethegymfortheHalloweenparty.Iamsoexcitedaboutit,butIhavenotdecidedwhattowearthisyear.Idon'twanttowearaplainoldvampirecostumelikelastyear.Haveyoudecidedwhatyou'regoingtowear?YoulookedsogreatinthatCatWomancostumelastyear.W:Me?No,I'mstillnotsure.Lastyear'spartywasgreat,butIwillbeathomewithmyfamilythisyear.Text7M:Whoa!Didyoujustfeelthatearthquake?W:Yeah!Itfeltlikeaprettybigone!M:I'veneverexperiencedanearthquakebefore.IhavetoadmitthatIwasprettyscaredjustnow.W:Ah!Itwasnobigdeal.ThatonewastinycomparedtosomeoftheoneswhenIwasakid.M:Whatwasthebiggestonethatyouremember?W:Well,in1989,therewasahugeone.Ithinkitmeasured7.1ontheRichterscale.Irememberthewholehouseshaking.Luckily,therewasn'tmuchdamagetoourhouse,butsomeofmyfriendswerelefthomeless.M:Sohowbigdoyouthinkthisonewas?W:It'shardtosay.Usuallyifitfeelsstrong,it'satleasta4.0.Text8M:Hey,didyouseeChina'swomen'svolleyballteamontelevisionlastnight?W:Yes,thegamewassoexciting!Iusuallywatchbasketball,butthatwasgreatlastnight!M:Definitelyagoodeffort!Ifanything,Iwasdisappointedthattheotherteamdidn'tputupmuchofafight.Theymadealotofbadmistakes,andtheyalwaysseemedtobehittingtheballoutofbounds.,W:IjustenjoyedhowChinacelebratedaftereverypointtheywon.Volleyballseemssomuchmorepassionatecomparedtoothersports.M:Well,theirvictorymeanstheywillcompeteintheOlympicsnextyear,whichwastheirgoal.Ijusthopetheycanpickupatleastabronzemedal.W:Bronze?Youmeangold,right?M:Well,thatwouldbegreat,butthereareacoupleofverystrongteamsthatbeatChinainarecentcompetition.W:Isawthosematches—theywereextremelyclose!Chinacanbeatthemnextyearforsure!M:We'llsee.Ihopeyou'reright.Butyouneverknowwhatwillhappeninsports.W:Exactly!Theymightsurpriseyou!Thenwhatwillyousay?M:Haha,OK,let'sjustwaitandsee.Text9M:Madam,doyouknowhowfastyouweregoingjustnow?W:Uh,well,no,Ididn'tthinkIwasgoingthatfast...M:Thisisa25mphzone,Madam.Youseethatschooloverthere?Youweregoing35mph.W:ButtodayisSunday,sir.Thereisnoschooltoday.M:Thatdoesn'tmatter,Madam.Therearesignsthatsaywhatthespeedlimitis.Besides,childrenoftencometoschoolontheweekendstoplaysports.Youseeallthosekidsoverthere?Whatifyouhitoneofthembyaccident?W:I'msorry,officer,Iwon'tdoitagain.Couldyoupleaseletmeoffwithawarning?M:I'mafraidIcan'tdothat,Madam.Inschoolzones,I'mrequiredtogiveticketstoalldriverswhobreaktherules.It'sthelawinthiscounty.W:Oh,dear!Whatisthisgoingtocostme?M:Idon'tknow,Madam.Usually,thesethingscanbetakencareofforlessthan$100.Nowpleasesignhereatthebottom.W:OK...isthatall?M:Onemorething,ifyougototrafficschool,yourinsurancewon'tgoup.Haveyoubeentotrafficschoolbefore,Madam?W:No,Ihaven't.M:Therearemanycheapoptionsonline.It'sdefinitelybetterthanpayingmoreforinsurance.W:OK,thankyou.M:Mypleasure.Text10Andnowfortoday'shealthnews.AnewstudyconductedattheUniversityofPennsylvaniasuggeststhateatingchocolateeverydaymightactuallybegoodforyou.Researchersgavepeopledifferentamountsofchocolate,fromnoneatalltoseveralservings,everydayforsixweeksandmeasuredtheirbloodpressure,bodyfat,andemotionalcondition.Whattheyfoundmaysurpriseyou.Itturnsoutthateatingasmallamountofchocolateeverydayisbetterthaneatingnoneatall!Peoplewhoateasmallamountofchocolateregularlyhadlowerbloodpressureandreportedfeelinghappierthanpeoplewhodidn'teatanychocolate.Eatingalotofchocolateeverydayresultedinincreasedweightgainandhigherbloodpressure,butitactuallyhadapositiveimpactonmood.Thescientistswerequicktopointoutthatthechocolateunderinvestigationwasdarkchocolate,whichhaslessfat,lesssugar,andfewercaloriesthanmilkchocolate.Theyalsosaidthataddingchocolatetoone'sdietshouldbecombinedwithabalanceddietandplentyofexercise.Althoughthe,researcherssaidthatthereisstillalotofworktobedoneinthisfield,theinitialfindingsarenodoubtgreatnewsforallyouchocolateloversoutthere!
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