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2018-2019 学年 第I卷 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. What does Jack like doing most on Sunday? A. Staying at home. Visiting his friends. 2. Where does the conversation take place? A. In a hotel. a restaurant. 3. Why does Emma come here? A. To visit this college. C. To ask for help. 4. How many years is the woman’s mother older than Aunt Mary? A. 4. B. 3. C. 2. B. To meet her friend. B. In a school. C. In B. Walking in the forest. C.
5. What does the woman expect to have? A. New furniture. Short working hours. 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. What did the woman do last night? A. She attended a party. She looked after her mother. B. She went to see a doctor. C. B. Overtime pay. C.
7. When did the man leave the hospital? A. At 5:00 p.m. 10:00 p.m. 听第 7 段材料，回答第 8 至 10 题。 8. When did the woman get to London? A. A few hours ago. spring. 9. Why does the woman come to London? A. To get a job. take a holiday. 10. What is the meaning of “moonlighting”? A. A kind of joke. cheap hotel. 听第 8 段材料，回答第 11 至 13 题。 11. What was the boy’s mother doing when he fell? A. Putting away his toys. Sitting in the living room. 12. Why did the boy fell out of the window? A. He tried to catch something. B. He fell out of the broken chair. C. He pushed hard to open the window. 13. What part of the boy’s body got hurt? A. His head. leg. 14. How often does the group meet? A. Once a week. a month. 15. What can we learn about The Kite Runner? ‘ A. It was set in Afghanistan. B. It was written in the 1970s. B. Once a month. C. Twice B. His arm. C. His B. Looking after his sister. C. B. A second job. C. A B. To attend a program. C. To B. This August. C. Last B. At 7:00 p.m. C. At
C. It was mainly about making kites. 16. Why does the woman talk with the man? A. To invite him to the club. B. To borrow a book from him. C. To ask his opinion about a book. 听第 10 段材料，回答第 17 至 20 题。 17. How did the speaker get to the zoo? A. By bus. B. By subway. C. By bike.
18. What creatures did the speaker see at first? A. Birds. B. Bears. C. Tigers.
19. What did the speaker enjoy most? A. The monkeys. lion show. 20. Why did the speaker feel a little disappointed? A. He was frightened by snakes. B. He couldn’t see the elephant. B. The boat trip. C. The
C. He waited long to get the ticket. 第二部分 阅读理解（共两节，满分 35 分） 第一节（共 10 小题；每小题 2.5 分，满分 25 分） A The bus was full of the sounds of laughing and yelling fifth graders. They were on their way to the zoo for a class trip. Mario was excited to see the zoo, but there was one problem. It was ten o’clock in the morning, but his stomach was already grumbling（咕咕叫）. He reached down and grabbed his lunch bag. Opening it, he saw that it contained a peanut butter and jelly sandwich, an orange, and two cookies. Mario sighed. He always had peanut butter and jelly. “Trade lunches,” he said to the boy seated next to him on the bus. “Okay,” said Mark as he handed his brown bag to Mario. Mario opened it and was hit with the smell of tuna. Mario wrinkled his nose and quickly closed the bag. He leaned forward and tapped the shoulder of the girl in front of him. “Swap lunches, Toni?” he asked.
“Hmm, okay,” said Toni. Mario smiled. This was fun. But when he looked into the bag, he frowned. What a disappointment! A ham sandwich, but no cookies! He had to have cookies. Mario turned in his seat. “Want to trade lunches?” he asked Juana. “Definitely!” said Juana. She grabbed his lunch and tossed hers onto his lap. He opened the lunch bag. Pizza! He reached into the bag to grab it. Oh, no! The pizza was hard. He could hit a home run with pizza that hard. Mario twisted in his seat. One last try, he told himself. “Hey, Mona! Trade lunches?” Three rows behind him, Mona seemed hesitant: Finally, she nodded. She passed her lunch forward, and he passed his back. Mario took a deep breath and opened the bag. It was a peanut butter and jelly sandwich, an orange, and two cookies. The sandwich was a little squashed（挤压）, and one of the cookies was broken. Mario ate it anyway. And it was delicious. Mario ate it anyway. And it was delicious. 21. Why did Mario trade lunches so many times? A. Each lunch he received was dissatisfying. B. His curiosity was aroused with each trade. C. He needed something interesting to kill time. D. He preferred more food to settle his stomach. 22. In the underlined sentence (Paragraph 9), the author is comparing the pizza to . B. a baseball bat C. home-made bread
A. left-over food D. a difficult game
23. What does the author intend to tell us? A. Friends are there when you need them. B. You should be content with what you have. C. If you want something done right, do it yourself. D. There is always something better around the comer.
24. What might be the best title for the text? A. A Class Trip C. A Lunch Trade B An article describing the attitude of post-1990s generations toward life has recently gone viral on Chinese social media, which resonates with (引起共鸣) millions of youngsters for reflecting their casualness and calmness under gradually increasing social pressure. The article was first published on WeChat with the title of “The first group of post-90s generation who have become monks”, By using the phrase “Buddha-like youngsters” (佛系青年), it claimed that some of the post-90s generations, who were born between 1990 and 1992, have “seen through the emptiness of life” and kept a casual and calm attitude toward career and life. “It’s fine to have something or not and there is no need to pursue or win anything,” said the article, while defining “Buddha-like” people and clarifying that the phrase has nothing to do with the religion of Buddhism. An easy example is that Buddha-like youngsters do not care about taking which way to return home or choosing what to eat for lunch, according to the article. The phrase has touched the nerves of the Chinese youngsters who are facing the fast-paced life, cut-throat world of career and great mental pressure in China, read a commentary by People’s Daily on Wednesday. The phrase was well received by Chinese netizens; the original WeChat post has been viewed by more than I million times and then read more than 60 million times on Sina Weibo by Wednesday. “The phrase properly describes the mentalities and lifestyle of (some of) the post-90s generations in China, who have become less ambitious and more casual toward life due to the great pressure and fierce competition in today’s China,” one Sina Weibo user commented. Are you a Buddha-like, youngster? 25. The underlined phrase “gone viral” in Paragraph 1 means “ A. spread quickly ”. B. Mario’s Funny Trick D. Mario’s Favorite Food
B. been clearly clarified
C. appeared secretly
D. been completely confirmed .
26. According to the text, “Buddha-like youngsters” may A. adapt well to life stress fixture C. attach much importance to fame toward competition
B. struggle hard for their
D. adopt a casual attitude
27. How does the author show that the phrase “Buddha-like youngsters” was well received? A. By offering definition. C. By making comparisons. C Going to the gym can be something that many people find a tiring experience. For some, there’s nothing more boring than running endless miles on a treadmill or doing repeated sets in weight-related exercises. But what if there were a way to ease the boredom of exercise while still getting a good workout? Luckily for us, there’s virtual reality (VR). Many VR games are played while standing. In order to play properly, the player is forced to move around swinging their arms or using their legs. After an hour of this on a regular enough basis, many people unexpectedly find themselves a little fitter. There are already a number of VR games which result in their player “getting a good sweat on” if played for enough time. For example, there’s a first person shooter which forces the player to sidestep, duck and avoid incoming objects. The potential for VR to help people get fit has been noticed by one company. They want to take the whole experience into the gym. They are making a resistance machine used in combination with a VR headset. Players challenge a virtual opponent in a series of games, which results in a 30-minute full-body workout. However, the cost of the equipment is expensive and there are safety concerns to be worked out, says J. P. Gownder from the consultancy Forrester. So don’t hang up your gym shorts just yet. Although it’s early days, for those of us who struggle to overcome the boredom of exercise, a new solution could be coming. And a world where a person can exercise B. By using figures. D. By giving examples.
and have fun at the same time might be something that many people would want — virtual or not. 28. What is Paragraph 2 mainly about? A. Why VR games gain popularity. need. C. How VR games keep players healthier. VR games require. 29. What do we know about the resistance machine? A. It may be unsafe to use. outdoor use. C. It provides weight-related exercise. real-person competition. 30. What is the author’s attitude toward VR games? A. Doubtful. D. Optimistic. 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。 Everyone loves travelling, right? Unfortunately, money can sometimes be a problem ... but not if you’re prepared. 31 Tip 1: Decide where you’ll go based on your budget. The cost of your trip can depend greatly on where you want to go. So, knowing the average costs in a country can help you plan your trip. 32 By contrast, Eastern B. Negative. C. Objective. D. It involves B. It must be unfit for D. What health conditions B. What equipment VR games
Europe and South-East Asia are cheaper and still offer great cultural experiences. Tip 2: Choose hostels and campsites. 33 But sadly, in a lot of places, this is just not realistic for those on a
budget. That’s why whenever I travel to countries which are expensive, I choose to stay in hostels or campsites. Hostels are a sure way to meet potential travelling companions while also saving money. Camping is also a great choice for budget accommodation, especially if you enjoy the outdoors.
Tip 3: 34 Another advantage of staying in hostels is that you will always have access to a kitchen. Eating in a restaurant can be very expensive, so you can easily save by cooking your own meals. Many cities have markets where you can buy fresh food and vegetables on the cheap, and you can even try to make the popular food of the country. Tip 4: Look for discounts on major attractions. Obviously when you’re travelling you want to see everything the country has to offer. 35 Many tourist attractions have a student or youth discount and some
attractions are free for everyone on certain days. So you see, if you come prepared, you can easily travel the world, no matter what your budget is! A. Learn to cook traditional food. B. Don’t always rely on restaurants. C. How to travel on a budget is a tricky question. D. Yes, everyone loves the luxury of a five-star hotel. E. But you can research and see if it, s possible to see them for less. F. For example, countries like France and the UK can be pretty expensive to visit. G. Here are some tips to gain better travel experience, regardless of your bank savings! 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 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，并在答题卡上将该项涂黑。. In my first year of college, I was invited to be an instructor at a high school camp. About an hour into the first day of camp, I first 36 the boy. He was small and skinny, and his obvious 37 and shyness made him appear weak and 38 . Only 50
feet away, other campers were talking and playing. Thinking he might feel 39 . I walked toward him and asked if he wanted to join the 40 . He quietly replied, “No.”
I could 41 that this whole experience was foreign to him. He seemed to want to be anywhere 42 where he was. But I somehow knew it wouldn’t be right to 43 him.
At lunch the next day, the campers were singing camp songs together. My eyes 44 and I spotted the boy, sitting alone, staring out the window. I tried to invite him to 45 . He again replied, MI just don’t really 46 this.” I realized this was
going to take more time and 47 than I had thought. With my 48 for the boy, I paid special attention to him and spent time with
him when I could. The days flew by fast. 49 . before I knew it, it was the final night of camp and there was the “last dance”. As I watched the campers share their 50 moments, I suddenly saw what would be one of the most 51 memories of my life. The boy, who stared 52 out the window, was now a dancing wonder, sharing 53 ,
intimate（亲密的）time with people around him. In that 54 . I realized how easy it is to give a bit of yourself but you may never know how much each 55 may mean to someone else. 36. A. expected D. recognized 37. A. guilt D. patience 38. A. casual D. mature 39. A. cared for D. turned down 40. A. activities D. preparations 41. A. accept D. sense 42. A. other than D. more than 43. A. blame D. punish 44. A. narrowed D. wandered B. rolled C. widened B. disturb C. push B. rather than C. less than B. predict C. remember B. celebrations C. performances B. held back C. left out B. fragile C. innocent B. discomfort C. relief B. introduced C. noticed
45. A. assist participate 46. A. get into D. count on 47. A. interest D. reward 48. A. concern regret 49. A. Besides 50. A. changing training 51. A. distant D. vague 52. A. blankly 53. A. awkward D. meaningful 54. A. game memory 55. A. dream D. plan
B. look into
C. act on
B. However B. fading
C. Meanwhile C. parting
D. Thus D.
B. blindly B. difficult
C. coldly C. peaceful
第Ⅱ卷 第三部分：语言运用（共两节，满分 45 分） 第二节 （共 10 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。 Now I’d like to tell you something about my hometown. I live in Brighton. 56 is in the south of England. Of course it isn’t as interesting as London. But there is little pollution and the air is 57 (extreme) clean. Every year many travelers visit here. There are about 300 shops and it will take you about three days to go around all of 58 (they). Here you can enjoy the best food in England with the least money. If you go to a small hotel, you 59 (find) the local beer has a special taste.
There are a few 60
(factory) in Brighton, but not many, 61
it isn’t very easy 62 plant shut down
to find a job there. My father used to work in a steel plant.
a year ago and my father lost his job. 63 (see) there are so many travelers, my father has decided 64 (open) a small gift shop but he is short 65 money now. 第四部分 写作（百强校英语解析团队专供） （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， 你的笔友 Eric 想了解你校学生毕业后如何处理旧书。 请你给他写封回信， 介绍你校学生会开展的“绿色离校（Be a Green School-leaver） ”旧书回收项目。 内容包括： 1. 目的； 2. 做法； 3. 效果。 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：读后续写（百强校英语解析团队专供） （满分 25 分） 阅读下面短文，根据所给情节进行续写，使之构成一个完整的故事。 It was an Art lesson. Rachel sat at the desk watching her classmates busy preparing the water jars and paints. She understood why Mrs. Weston asked her to sit down and got Lisa to fetch everything for her. It was always a disaster when Rachel tried to do Art! Rachel sighed and reached out to dip her brush in some black paint and—oh, no!
She knocked over the jar. The water spread across the desk and drowned the paper, Lisa called Mrs. Weston to sec what Rachel had done. Rachel went red in the face. She jumped to her feet to get a cloth. Her chair fell over backwards. She turned round and her paintbrush caught Lisa across the face, giving her a black moustache. Lisa was so surprised that she fell back against a wire bookstand. It came crashing down and the books went all over the floor. How clumsy! Rachel thought as she went home on the bus. The bus stopped outside her house. She jumped up and her elbow（肘部）knocked a woman’s hat right over her eyes. Oh, no! Rachel said sorry, got off and ran indoors. Mum wasn’t in the kitchen but lay in bed as she caught an awful cold. Rachel offered to make a cup of tea but Mum would rather wait for Dad. Rachel sighed. She understood Mum was afraid she would spill（派出）it. “But would you go to Mrs. Willow for some cold cure?” asked Mum, Rachel turned to the door at once. “But Rachel, Mrs. Willow’s house is full of beautiful things, so if she asks you to come in, you’d better say no.” Rachel sighed and ran out. Mrs. Willow was an old lady with white hair and sharp blue eves living in an old house. She opened the door and invited her in. Rachel said why she came and that she preferred to wait outside remembering her mother’s warning, Mrs. Willow insisted Rachel come inside. Rachel took a deep breath and stepped in. She looked round Mrs. Willow’s sitting room and saw at once why Mum had been worried. 注意： 1. 所续写短文的词数应为 150 左右； 2. 应使用 5 个以上短文中标有下划线的关键词语； 3. 续写部分分为两段，每段的开头语已为你写好； 4. 续写完成后，请用下划线标出你所使用的关键词语。 Paragraph 1: There were beautiful things everywhere—pretty china figures and delicate vases.
Paragraph 2: With a smile Mrs. Willow comforted her saying it had been broken before.
浙江省杭州学军中学 2018 届高三 5 月模拟考试 英语试题答案 第一部分 听力（共两节，每小题 1.5 分，满分 30 分） 1－5 BACCB 6－10 ACCBB 11－15 BACBA 16－20 ACABB
第二部分 阅读理解（共两节，满分 35 分） 第一节（共 10 小题；每小题 2.5 分，满分 25 分） 21－24 ABBC 25－27 ADB 28－30 CAD
第二节（共 5 小题；每小题 2 分，满分 10 分） 31－35 GFDBE 第三部分 语言运用（共两节，满分 45 分） 第一节（共 20 小题；每小题 1.5 分，满分 30 分） 36－40 CBBCA 41－45 DACDD 46－50 ABADC 51－55 CADCB
第二节（共 10 小题；每小题 1.5 分，满分 15 分） 56. which find 61. so 57. extremely 60. factories 62. The 65. of 第四部分 写作（共两节，满分 40 分） 63. Seeing/Having seen 64. to open 58. them 59. will/may/can
第一节 应用文写作（满分 15 分） One possible version Dear Eric, I’m writing to answer your questions about our ways to deal with used books. A book-recycling project, carried out by our school Student Union, calls on senior three students to be a green school-leaver. They are encouraged to donate their books by leaving them in the boxes outside their classrooms, which not only helps deal with their used books properly but promotes their awareness of environment protection. Since 2010, the project has been well received for it has greatly cut down waste and spread the idea of green life. Best wishes! Yours Li Hua 第二节：读后续写（满分 25 分） Possible Version One: There were beautiful things everywhere —pretty china figures and delicate vases. Rachel stood very still, afraid of knocking something over. Mrs. Willow handed Rachel a small brown bottle. Rachel couldn’t wait to get away, feeling any minute there would be a disaster. She thanked her and turned to the door when something brushed against her leg. Rachel was so surprised that she jumped backwards. It was a cat! But her elbow hit a vase and it fell to the floor, broken. How awkward! （72 words ） With a smile Mrs. Willow comforted her saying it had been broken before. Rachel sighed and stared at her.’“ did, when I was young. You couldn’t have been as clumsy as I was,” Mrs, Willow said, her sharp blue eyes shining. “Keep telling yourself you are a swan and it will work.” Rachel doubtfully said that several times. After they cleared up the vase, they drank tea from china cups and ate cakes off delicate plates and Rachel didn’t break another thing. It was a kind of magic. Rachel smiled. ( 78 words ) (With a smile Mrs. Willow comforted her saying it had been broken before. Rachel sighed and stared at her. “No worry at all. It’ll be perfect after being mended,
‘‘Mrs. Willow said, her sharp blue eyes shining. “Nobody grows up without being clumsy.” Rachel let out a long sigh and for the first time she felt good about her clumsy self. She believed what Mrs. Willow said must have the same magic as her special cold cure. To her amazement, she returned home with the bottle of medicine safe and sound. ) ( 78 words ) Possible Version Two: There were beautiful things everywhere—pretty china figures and delicate vases. All the treasures seemed to boast a long history and thus priceless. “Wow, it is really a land of wonder.” Rachel couldn’t help admiring the elegance of the china figures and vases. Mom’s words echoing in her mind, curiosity still got the upper hand. She reached for one of them, but unfortunately, the vase slipped off her hand and lay in pieces on the floor. Her heart missing a beat, she felt terribly worried. (74 words) With a smile, Mrs. Willow comforted her, saying it had been broken before. Seeing Mrs. Willow’s sharp blue eyes filled with warmth and affection, Rachel felt extremely regretful for her clumsy behavior. “If I had been more careful, the disaster wouldn’t have happened.” Rachel knew what Mrs. Willow said might be an excuse to relieve her uneasiness and embarrassment. She made a resolution in her heart that from the day on she would never be so careless and swore to be a kind and thoughtful person like Mrs. Willow. (76 words)