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2021学年浙江省嘉兴市高三上学期选考模拟测试英语试题第一部分: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.Whoisgoingonatripduringtheholiday?A.Thewoman.    B. The kid.    C.  The man.2.Whatdoesthewomancareaboutwhenbuyingadesk?A.Thebrand.    B.Theprice.    C.Thesize.3.Wheredoestheconversationprobablytakeplace?A.Inabookstore.    B.Inalibrary.    C.Inaclassroom.4.Whathappenedtothemanjustnow?A. Hehadanunexpectedvisitor.B. HemetanoldfriendinthestreetC. Hemistookthewomanforhisfriend.5.Whatarethespeakersmainlytalkingabout?A.Awebsite.    B. A T-shirt.C.Apieceofmusic.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.Whatistheprobablerelationshipbetweenthespeakers?A.Formerclassmates.    B. Fellowworkers.    C. Teacher and student.7.WhatisGayledoing?A.Askingforhelp.   B. Givinganinvitation.C.Sharingherexperiences.听第7段材料,回答第8至10题。8.Whydoesthemangetupearlyeverymorning?A.Toattendlessons.   B. Todohousework.C.Toworkpart-time.9.Whydoesthemanworkintherestaurant?A.Hehastomakealiving.B.Heneedsworkexperience.C.Helikestheworkinghours.10.Howmuchdoesthemanearneverydayonaverage?A.£10.   B.£20.C.£30.听第8段材料,回答第11至13题。11. WhatistheEurostar?A.Aplane.   B.Aship.C.Atrain.12. WhydoesthemanlikeBudapest?A.Itisfamousandexciting.B. Theweatherisexcellentthere.C. Hewantstovisitthemuseumthere.,13.Whichcityisthelastonetovisit?A.Amsterdam.   B.Bern.C.Rome.听第9段材料,回答第14至16题。14.Whatdoesthemanoffertodoforthewoman?A.HelpherimproveherEnglish.B.Introducehertohisneighbors.C.Showheraroundtheneighborhood.15.Whatisthewoman’splanforThursday?A.Tomeetafriend.    B.    Torentaflat.    C.Toworkoutinaclub.16.Whatwillthewomanprepareforthegathering?A.Atraditionalcake.    B. Akindofdrink.    C.Abunchofflowers.听第10段材料,回答第17至20题。17.WhendidHelenPerrystarttogoonstage?A.In1847.    B. In1869.    C.1872.18.WhatwasdifficultthroughoutHelenPerry’sactinglife?A.Controllinghervoice.B.Performingsmallroles.C.Learningthedialoguelines.19.HowdoesthespeakerfindHelenPerry’sthroatoperation?A.Meaningless.   B. Risky.    C.    Worthwhile.20.WhatcanshowHelenPerry’stalentinwriting?A.Herletterstoawriter.B.Herworksofliterature.C.Herseveralfamousplays.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,并在答题纸上将该项涂黑。AWellingtonteenagerMaiaMarinerhaswonanawardforaproject---LazySneakers,collectinganddistributingsportssneakerstochildren,studentathletes,familiesandsocial servicesalloverNewZealand.Overtheweekend,theFestivalfortheFuturesawyoungpeoplecometogethertodiscussnewwaystoimprovetheworld,fromdealingwithclimatechangetoinequality, andyoungleaderswerealsocelebratedatailawardsceremony.Marinertookhomethe LocalImpactAward.“Ihadjustnoticedillbasketballafewofmyfriendscouldn’tparticipatebecausetheydidn’thavethenecessaryfootwearlodoso.Iwentbacktomyparentswhoexplainedhow muchaproblembeingmateriallypoorisinNewZealandandwecameupwithafewideas tooriginallyhelpoutpeopleonatightbudgetforsneakersinmysmallcommunity(社区). However,astheyearshavegoneby,theprojecthasjustsnowballed,becausethereisthat demandforbareessentials(必需品)inNewZealand,”shetoldMorningReport.Shoesaregatheredfromcollectionbinsoutsidesportsplacesoroffices.Marinerhopestoexpandthenumberofthesearoundthecountry—onceamonthbeforebeingprepared fordistribution.,“Rightnow,storagehasbeenabigproblem.Thisyearwehaveseensomuchdemandandithasbeenalotbusierandwe’restrugglingtofindplaceswheresneakerswillfit. Whatwe’rehopingtodoisencouragepeopletofindplacesoutsideWellingtontostart theirowncollections.Wejustwantmorepeopleinthecommunitiestofindwaystohelp outandspreadtheLazySneakersmessage,whichistoplay,participate,andreachtheir fullpotential,”saysMaia.Ifyouhaveagoodpairofsneakerslyingaroundthatyounolongerneed,pleasepayitforward.21.WhowasLazySneakersintendedforatfirst?A.NewZealanderswhodon’thaveenoughsneakers.B. Youngpeoplewholackbareessentialsforschoollife.C. Mariner’sfriendswhoplaybasketballwithbarefeet.D.Peoplewhocan’taffordsneakersinMariner’scommunity.22.Whatisthemainpurposeofthetext?A.Topresentaproblemconcerningtheyoung.B.Topromoteaprojectthatbenefitspoorpeople.C.Todescribeapersonthathaschangedtheworld.D.Toreportacasewhereateenagergotabigaward.23.WhatwordscanbestdescribeMaiaMarier?A.Hardworkingandmodest.   B. Strong-minded and honest.C.Considerateandresponsible.   D. Adventurous and grateful.BWhatdoNeilArmstrong,EdWhiteandtoday’sastronautshaveincommon?Theyallwearawhitespacesuit.BeyondNASA,spaceprogramsincountrieslikeRussiaandChina alsousewhitesuits.Thisbasiccolorhassavedcountlessastronautlives.NASAdidn’t alwayshavewhitespacesuits.Theirveryfirstmannedspaceflight,ProjectMercury,used silversuits,butnoneofthoseastronautsactuallyexploredthevacuum(真空)ofspace.And that’sthekeybecauseoutthere,spacesuitshavetobehighlyreflective.Andthebestcolor forthatisn’tsilver,butwhite.HereonEarth,ouratmosphereprotectsusfrom77%ofthesun’sradiation.Butastronautsinspacedon’thavethatnaturalprotection,makingthemeasilyhurtbyextreme temperatures,severesunburn,andevencancer-causingcelldamage.Sotopreventthat, theywearwhitesuitsthatreflectthesun’sharmfulradiation.ButthosewhiteEVAsuitsaren’ttheonlygarmentinanastronaut’scloset.Whenheadingintospaceorcominghome,NASAastronautswearabrightorangesuitsimilarin colortothesafetyvestsAirForcepilotswear,andifsforsimilarreasonsthatloudorange standsoutagainsttheblueoceanandskyandisperfectforattractingattention.Thatbeingsaid,timesarechanging.NowadayswehavemorewaysoffindingoutastronautsinneedofrescuelikeGPS,sospaceagenciesarenowfreetogetcreativewith theircolorchoices.NASAandotherprogramsarealreadystartingtouseothercolorslike deepblueandmustardyellow.Inthefuture,theycouldlookalotdifferentbecauseNASA isheadingtoMars.Itwillbethelongestcrewedspacemission(飞行任务)todate,takingas longasthreeyearsfromstarttofinish,andduringthattime,astronautscouldsufferfrom boredomordepression.That’swherecolorfulspacesuitscouldbeuseful.,24.Whatisthebenefitofwearingwhitespacesuits?A.Providingprotectionagainstsunlight.B.Buildingteamspiritamongastronauts.C.Avoidingdamagingthevacuumofspace.D.Guardingastronautsfromsolarradiation.25.Whatcanbeinferredfromparagraph3?A.Astronautsinbrightorangearceasytospotforrescuecrews.B.AstronautshavetopreparewhiteEVAsuitsdiverseinpattern.C.Loudorangeisthecolorofchoicefordangerousspacemissions.D.ThesafetyvestsAirForcepilotsweararcpopularwithastronauts.26.WhywillNASAusecolorfulspacesuitsforthespacemissiontoMars?A. Tosetanewtrendofspacesuits.B.Tobrightenupthedullspacelife.C.Toshowastronauts’ creativeminds.D.Tomeetthedemandofspaceagencies.27. Whatcanbeasuitabletitleforthetext?A.DoSpacesuitsAlwaysStayWhite?B.HowDoSpacesuitsProtectAstronauts?C. DoColorfulSpacesuitsHaveAdvantages?D.WhyIsWhiteSoPopularwithAstronauts?CYourdogmightfollowsimplecommandssuchas“sit”,orbecomeuncontrollablyexcitedatthementionoftheword butwhenitcomestorememberingthenamesoftoysandothereverydayitems,mostseemprettyabsent-minded.Butnowastudyofsix“genius(天才)dogs”hasfoundsomethingnew.Hungarianresearchersspentmorethantwoyearsscouringtheglobefordogswhocouldrecognizethenamesoftheirvarioustoys.Althoughmostcanlearncommandsto somedegree,learningthenamesofitemsappearstobeaverydifferenttaskformostdogs.Sixdogsacrosstheworldeventuallystoodoutafterprovingtheyknewthenamesofmorethan28toys,withsomeknowingmorethan100.Theythentookpartinwhat wasknownastheGeniusDogChallenge.“Thesegifteddogscanlearnnewnamesoftoysataremarkablespeed,”saidDr.ClaudiaFugazzaatEbtvftsLorandUniversityinBudapest. “Inourpreviousstudywefoundthattheycouldlearnanewtoynameafterhearingitonlyfourtimes.But,withsuchshortexposure,theydidnotformalong-termmemoryofit.”Topushthelimitsofthedogs’talents,theresearchersaskedtheirownerstoteachthemthenamesof6,andthen12newtoysinasingleweek. “ItturnedoutUnitthiswasnot muchofachallenge.Theyeasilylearnedbetween11to12toys,” saidDr.SlianyDrorfrom thesameuniversity.Thedogscouldalsorememberthesenameswhentheyweretestedtwo monthslater.Theresearch was publishedinRoyalSocietyOpenScience.“Dogsaregoodmodelsforstudyinghumanbehaviorastheyevolve(进化)anddevelopinthehumanenvironment,” saidoneofthestudy’sco-authors,ProfAdamMiklosi.“Withthesetalenteddogswehaveauniqueopportunitytostudyhowanotherspecies(物种)understandsthehumanlanguage,andhowlearningwordsinfluencesthewaywethinkabouttheworld.”,28.Whatdoestheunderlinedword “scouring”inparagraph2probablymean?A.Preserving.   B. Searching.    C. Changing.    D. Shaping.29.WhatisthefocusoftheresearchledbyEotvosLorandUniversity?A. Thepotentialofdogs’ memory.B.Thelinkbetweendogsandtheirowners.C.Thespeedatwhichdogsrespondtocommands.D.Thenumberoftoyswhosenamesclogscanremember.30.Whatisthelastparagraphmainlyabout?A.Thebackgroundoftheresearch.   B.Theoutlineoftheresearch.C.Thesignificanceoftheresearch.   D.Theapplicationoftheresearch.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,并在答题纸上将该项涂黑。选项中有两项为多余选项。Thinkaboutwhatkindofpersonyou’reattractedto.Physicalappearancelikelyplays astrongpart,ofcourse,asdokindness,humorandotherqualities.Ifyou’relikeme, you’reattractedtoimpressivepeople. __31__ TheyhavequalitiesIadmirebutlack myself.BecauseIassumepeoplewithcertainqualitieswouldbemostinterestedinthosewhosharethem,Idon’tevenconsiderthepossibilityofdevelopingarelationshipwiththem.__32__Ifyou’reattractedtoathleticpeople,forexample,butdon’tregardyourselfasfitoractive,youmaynotthinkyoustandachancewiththepeopleyouseeworkingout atthegym.However,thereareseveralmistakeswiththiswayofthinking.Youshouldn’tassumepeoplearelookingforsomeonewhosharesqualitiestheypossessthemselves.__33__ Theymay reallyliketomeetsomebodyfromacompletely differentwalkoflife,otherthanthefieldofmusic.Thequalitiesyouadmireinotherpeoplemaynotbethesameonestheyidentify(认同)inthemselves.Thisappliestomyexampleofimpressivepeople.__34__Whileyoumay findtheirsuccess,drive,andenthusiasmimpressive,maybethey’relookingforsomeone whoknowshowtostepbackandenjoylife.Andyouareprobablyundersellingyourownpositivequalities.Youprobablyhavequalitiesyoumaynotfindattractivebutthatsomepeoplewilladmireinyou.Soitisn’tworthwhiletoworryaboutfallingshortofwhatyouthinkotherpeoplewant.Allyoucandoisbeyourself,showyourbestqualities,andseewhorespondstothem.Ifthereisonequalitythatneverattractsanybody,it’sdoubt.__35__A.I’vebeenstrugglingwiththesesamethingsmyself.B.Maybeit’sawriter,musician,doctor,lawyer,orsoldier.C.Theymaynotview“impressive”inthesamewayyoudo.D.Thisproblemgoesfarbeyondmyspecificexample,though.E.Amusicianisn’tnecessarilyinterestedonlyinothermusicians.F.Itpreventsyoufromfindingoutwhetheryourattractionisshared.G.Youcanneverknowwhichthingstheywanttosharewiththeirpartners.第三部分:语言运用(共两节,满分45分)第一节.完形填空(共20个小题;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,并在答题纸上将该项涂黑。RecentlyasIattendedaspeaker'smeeting,Isawatadistanceashortgentleman.My__36__thoughtwasJockey(职业赛马骑师).Apersonsittingclosetomeevidentlysawme __37__himandsaid,“That’sPatDay.”I’velivedinKentuckyforfourdecades,andhereeveryone__ 38__him.HeisthewinnerofnineTripleCrownnraces,andtheall-lime__39__ in earningsashisracesnearly__40__294milliondollars.Atthebreak,Imademywaytohistableandwaitedafewmomentsto__41__myself.WhenItoldhimofmy__42__forhissuccessovertheyears, he__43__hehopedIwonwhenIbet(打赌)onthehorsesherode.Aswetalked,Iaskedifhestillrodehorsesafterhisretirementandhis__44__ was,“Yes,IlovehorsesandIride__45__.” HemademefeellikeIwashis__46__, andhishappinessinthelifelienowleads was __47__.Hetoldabouttheracing__48__ hetraveledeachyear.Oncehisdaughterwasborn,theysettledinLouisvilleandhada__49__life.Later,IrealizedwhateverknowledgeIgotintheseminarwouldbe__50__comparedtothischancemeetingwithPatDay.Neverignorea(n)__51__tomeetandgreetpeople aroundyou.__52__aconversationwiththepersonnexttoyouataconcertorata meeting.Youmaynotmeeta__53__person,buteverypersonhasinformationto__54__ thatcanbeinformativeoreveninspiringaswasthe__55__withmeetingPatDay.36.A.formerB.nextC.lastD.first37.A.staringatB.passingbyC. chattingwithD.lookingfor38.A.helpsB.observesC.knowsD.copies39.A.leaderB.candidateC.playerD.applicant40.A.letinB.broughtinC.tookinD.putin41.A.advertiseB.relaxC.conductD.introduce42.A.respectB.reasonC.demandD.concern43.A.arguedB.jokedC.explainedD.regretted44.A.excuseB.promiseC.replyD.wish45.A.bravelyB.seriouslyC.regularlyD.gradually46.A.coachB.friendC.studentD.boss47.A.temporaryB,falseC.complexD.apparent48.A.circuitB.circleC.mapD.road49.A.healthyB.lonelyC.stableD.casual50.A.anythingB.somethingC.everythingD.nothing51.A.tendencyB.opportunityC.abilityD.permission52.A.PutoffB.FindoutC.StrikeupD.Shutclown53.A.famousB.reliableC.cleverD.kind54.A.gatherB.seekC.shareD.leak55.A.factB.caseC.topicD.idea第三部分:语言运用(共两节,满分45分),第二节(共10个小题;每小题1.5分,满分15分)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。Overthepast50years,robots__56__(become)anormalpartofoureverydaylives.Theybuildcarsinfactories,cleanupdirtinthehouseanddealwithbombsinwarzones. However,some__57__(invent)aretryingtocreateafuturewhererobotsnotonlydoour boringanddangerousjobsbutalsobecomeapartofourfamilies.JapaneseRoboticsCompanyintroducedLOVOT,__58__robotthatweighsasmuchasababyandlookslikeamixbetweenapenguinandabear.__59__LOVOTcannot buildacar,itcanbuildarelationshipwith__60__(it)ownerandprovideloveand companionship.Infact,LOVOTisjustoneofthelatestrobotsmeanttohelpthose__61__ feellonely.RobotslikeLOVOTarebeingdevelopedattheperfecttime.Manycountrieshave“agingsocieties”withthepopulationsofoldpeopleoutweighingyoungpeople,resulting __62__morepeoplewhonotonlyneedassistancewiththingslikegetting__63__(dress)and cookingmealsbutalsofriendshipandlove.Additionally,itispredictedthat40percentof Japanesewillbelivingaloneby2040,meaninglonelinessamongyoungerpopulationsmay alsoincrease__64__(significant).However,ifLOVOTcangiveusalltheaffectionweget from__65__(pet)withoutanyofthemessorregularcare,wemightnotbesolonelyafter all.笫四部分:写作(共两节,满分40分)笫一节:应用文写作(满分15分)你校正在为前来参加国际夏令营的外国中学生筹划中国传统艺术展。假如你负责设计,请用英语为该展览写一则导语,内容包括:1.欢迎参观;2.内容简介;3.注意事项。注意:1.词数80左右;2.可适当增加细节,以使行文连贯。第二节:概要写作(满分25分)阅读下面短文,根据其内容写一篇60词左右的内容概要。Somepeoplearenaturallyoutgoing,butotherpeoplehavetopracticetobecomeoutgoing.Ifyouwanttobecomeoutgoing,thereareseveralstrategies(策略)thatyoucan use.Being “outgoing” involveslearninghowtopresentyourselftoothers,starting conversations,andbeingmoreconfidentinyourself.Oneoftheeasiestwayslopresentyourselfistoaskyourfriends,colleagues,orclassmatestointroduceyou totheirfriends.Forexample,ifyouwalkintoaroomandyourfriendistalkingtosomeoneelse,make it apointtosayhelloandintroduceyourself.Thenexttimeyouseethatperson,youcansayhelloand,sinceyouhavealreadybeen introduced,youhavebuiltabridgeintofuturecommunication.Whenyou'reinasocialsituation,suchasataparty,trytomakeeyecontactwiththeotherpeopletherewithafriendlysmile.Iftheotherpersonrespondsorsmilesbackatyou, thengoovertothemandintroduceyourself.Thatisusuallyagoodsignforapossible conversation.Ifthepersondocsnotrespond,letthemgotheirway.There’sadifference betweenbeing“outgoing”and“pushy.”Anotherpracticalwaytostartaconversationwith othersistousecompliments(,赞美).Whenyou’reattractedbycertainpeople,you’rebound tonoticelittlethingsthatyouappreciate.Youcanacknowledgethesethingswithasincere compliment.Doingsomethingthatmakesyoufeelalittleuncomfortableisagoodwaytopromoteyourconfidenceandhelpyoubecomeamoreoutgoingversionofyourself.Ifyouhave neverdancedbeforebutwanttotakeaballetlesson,tryitout.Doyourbesttofightthe innervoicetellingthatyoucan’tdosomethingordefining(定义)yourselfbywhatyou thinkyoushouldbedoinginstead.Witheachlittlevictory,you’llgaintheconfidenceto stepfurtherandfurtheroutsideyourcomfortzone.,,
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