快速时时彩: 福建省永安市第一中學2020屆高三上學期第二次月考試題 英語 Word版含答案.doc
永安一中 2019-2020學年第一學期第二次月考 高三英語試卷 （考試時間：120分鐘 總分：150分） 第Ⅰ卷（滿分100分） 第一部分：聽力 (共兩節，滿分30分) 做題時，先將答案標在試卷上。錄音內容結束后，你將有兩分鐘的時間將試卷上的答案轉涂到答題卡上 第一節（共5小題；每小題1.5分，滿分7.5分） 聽下面5段對話。每段對話后有一個小題，從題中所給的A、B、C三個選項中選出最佳選項，并標在試卷的相應位置。聽完每段對話后，你都有10秒鐘的時間來回答有關小題和閱讀下一小題。每段對話僅讀一遍。 1. Where does this conversation most likely take place? A. At a flower shop. B. On a hill. C. In a garden. 2. What will the man probably do? A. Go outside. B. Read a magazine. C. Listen to a program. 3. How does the girl usually get back to school? A. By car. B. By bus. C. By taxi. 4. What do we know about the woman speaker? A. She’s strict. B. She’s regretful. C. She’s caring. 5. What is the man speaker doing? A. Making a suggestion. B. Doing housework. C. Leaning a skill. 第二節（共15小題；每小題1.5分，滿分22.5分） 聽下面5段對話或獨白。每段對話或獨白后有幾個小題，從題中所給的A、B、C三個選項中選出最佳選項，并標在試卷的相應位置。聽每段對話或獨白前，你將有時間閱讀各個小題，每小題5秒鐘；聽完后，各小題將給出5秒鐘的作答時間。每段對話或獨白讀兩遍。 聽第6段材料，回答第6、7題。 6. Why was Alice late? A. She made a call. B. She got up late. C. She set off late. 7. What is the probable relationship between the two speakers? A. Teacher and student. B. Father and daughter. C. Boss and employee. 聽第7段材料，回答第8、9題。 8. What is the weather mostly like during their camping trip? A. It’s hot. B. It’s cold.C. It’s rainy. 9. How does Linda feel about the man? A. Mysterious. B. Considerate. C. Disgusting. 聽第8段材料，回答第10至12題。 10. What are the speakers talking about? A. Housekeeping. B. Shopping. C. Cooking. 11. Whose price has just increased at the highest rate? A. Cheese’s. B. Bacon’s. C. Meat’s. 12. Why is the woman unwilling to buy instant coffee? A. Because it’s bitter. B. Because it’s unpopular. C. Because it’s expensive. 聽第9段材料，回答第13至16題。 13. What is probably the man speaker? A. A chemist. B. A dentist. C. A patient. 14. When does the woman have an appointment with Dr. Williams? A. This morning. B. At five o’clock. C. Next week. 15. What does the man suggest the woman do? A. Wait for Dr. Williams. B. Be cautious about her diet. C. Go to the dentist’s directly. 16. What will the man do to help the woman? A. Give her what she wants. B. Ring Dr. Williams for her. C. Make an appointment for her. 聽第10段材料，回答第17至20題。 17. Where can students keep fit? A. In the recreation center. B. In a fast food restaurant. C. In the student health center. 18. What do we know about the supply of healthy food in most university restaurants? A. It’s short. B. It’s abundant. C. It’s reasonable. 19. Which of the following do students find extremely good? A. Fitness activities. B. The smoking ban. C. Medical care. 20. What is the speaker mainly talking about? A. Convenience in exercise. B. Healthy life in universities. C. Medical care for university students. 第二部分 閱讀理解（共兩節，滿分40分） 第一節 （共15小題：每小題2分，滿分30分） 閱讀下列短文，從每題所給的四個選項（A、B、C和D）中，選出最佳選項，并在答題卡上將該項涂黑。 A Music Opera at Music Hall: 1243 Elm Street. The season runs August through December, with additional performances in October and November. The Opera honors Enjoy the Arts membership discounts. Phone: 241-2742. http：//www. citvopera. com. Chamber Orchestra: The Orchestra plays at Memorial Hall at 1406 Elm Street, which offers several concerts from September through December. Call 723-1182 for more information, http: “www.chamberorch.com. Symphony Orchestra: At Music Hall and Riverbend. For ticket sales, call 381-3300. Regular season runs September through May at Music Hall in summer at Riverbend. //www. symphony. ors;/home. asp. College Conservatory of Music (CCM): Performances are on the main campus of the university, usually at Patricia Cobbett Theater. CCM organizes a variety of events, including performances by the well-known LaSalle Quartet, CCM’s Philharmonic Orchestra，and various groups of musicians presenting Baroque through modem music. Students with ID cards can attend the events for free. A free schedule of events for each term is available by calling the box office at 556-4183. //www. cent, uc. edu/events/calendar. Riverbend Music Theater: 6295 Kellogg Ave. Large outdoor theater with the closest seats under cover (price difference). Big name shows all summer long! Phone:232-6220. //www. riverbendmusic. com. 21.Which number should you call if you want to see an opera? A.241-2742. B.723-1182. C.381-3300. D.232-6220. 22.When can you go to a concert by Chamber Orchestra? A. February. B.October. C.August. D. April. 23. How is Riverbend Music Theater different from the other places? A. It gives shows all year round. B. It offers membership discounts. C. It has seats in the open air. D. It presents famous musical works. B Rain beat against the window, matching my mood. I should have known that my new job at the hospital was too good to be true. Throughout the day, rumors (傳言) warned that the newest employee from each department would be laid off. I was the newest one in the training department. My boss appeared. “You probably know we’re cutting back,” he said. “Administration wants us to offer outplacement classes to help those employees find other jobs, showing them how to act in an interview, for example.” “Fine,” I answered unwillingly, not knowing what else to say. I decided to go home early that day. In the hall, I met the lady who brought us cookies every Friday. She was a little woman with gray hair. Only her head and the top of her green apron were visible over the cart (小車) loaded with cleaning supplies. At least she had a job! At the final meeting, laid-off workers formed a line at the door. A colleague whispered, “I can’t believe our Cookie Lady is being laid off. We’ll miss her as much as we’ll miss her cookies.” When the colleague spoke to her in Spanish, I knew my classes would be useless for her and I realized how much better off was than this poor woman. I decided to do something for her. I wrote to a newspaper expressing how I felt about the unselfishness of the Cookie Lady who needed a job. A few days later, my article appeared in the newspaper and the Cookie Lady was allowed to stay in her position. On the same day, I received a letter, which seemed so unlikely that I read it twice. “An editor of a local magazine likes your piece and wants you to call her next time you’re looking for work …” 24. How did the author feel on that rainy day? A. Nervous. B. Excited. C. Awkward. D. Proud. 25. What was the author asked to do? A. Take care of patients. B. Leave earlier that day. C. Resign from the hospital. D. Help the laid-off workers. 26. How did the author help the Cookie Lady? A. He offered her a high-paid job. B. He gave her advice on job hunting. C. He made her story known to others. D. He taught her how to pass an interview. 27. What does the story tell us? A. Good deeds have their rewards. B. A friend in need is a friend indeed. C. Little people can make a big difference. D. Love brings more joy to people than work does. C Nature is like a great magician, performing wonders on Earth. One of them is the Amazon rainforest, the world’s largest and home to millions of plants and animals. Nicknamed “the lungs of our planet”，it generates about one-fifth of Earth’s oxygen. However, this wonderful natural wonder is currently in danger. Thousands of fires have broken out in Brazil, endangering much of the rainforest. These blazes have lasted several weeks and are believed to be the “most intense” in almost a decade ,according to BBC News. The Amazon has seen a large number of fires in 2019. Between January and August, there were over 74,000 fires — the highest number since 2013, the BBC reported. Forest fires are common during the dry season, which runs from July to October. They are usually caused by natural events, such as lightning strikes. However, most of the fires this year are believed to be caused by farmers, who use fire as a traditional part of tropical agriculture to clean land, reported CNN. The disaster has raised concern around the world. The Amazon rainforest is important for preventing climate change, said the BBC, absorbing millions of tons of carbon annually. When trees are cut down or burned, the rainforest’s capacity (能力）to absorb carbon is reduced. Brazilian climate expert Carlos Nobre told Reuters he was worried. If more than 20 percent of the ecosystem is destroyed, the Amazon rainforest could reach a “tipping point (臨界點)’’，where the thick jungle will turn into a tropical savannah (大草原). Nobre warned that it is not far off, with between 15 and 17 percent of the rainforest having already been destroyed. The Brazilian government has sent soldiers to fight the fires. Many people have offered their support and called for recovery efforts. For example, Tim Cook, CEO of Apple, said he wanted to donate money and US Actor Leonardo DiCaprio’s environmental charity, Earth Alliance, created a donation fund to help deal with the crisis. The public are also encouraged to donate to charities concerned with rainforest preservation (?；?“Every little bit helps in a tragic situation like this，” commented Gizmodo. 28.The underlined word “intense” in Para.2 probably means . A. natural B. fierce C. common D. unexpected 29.What is the main cause of forest fires in the Amazon rainforest this year? A .Lightning strikes. B. Hot weather. C. Agricultural activities. D. Garbage left by tourists. 30. What was Nobre worried about in the article? A. Global temperatures will rise. B. The Amazon rainforest is close to disappearing. C. Animals in the Amazon rainforest are under threat. D. It will take decades for the Amazon rainforest to recover. 31.What are the last two paragraphs mainly about? A. What the Brazilian government has done to fight fires. B. Celebrities who care about rainforest preservation. C. The possible future of the Amazon rainforest. D. Efforts made to save the Amazon rainforest. D COPENHAGEN－Greenland on Friday dismissed the idea that it might be up for sale after reports that US President Donald Trump had privately discussed with his advisers the idea of buying the world s biggest island. “We are open for business, but we re not for sale,” Greenland s foreign minister Ane Lone Bagger told Reuters. Trump is due to visit Copenhagen in September and the Arctic will be on the agenda(議程)during meetings with the prime ministers of Denmark and Greenland. Talk of a Greenland purchase was first reported by the Wall Street Journal. Two sources familiar with the situation told Reuters that the idea had been laughed off by some advisers as a joke but was taken more seriously by others in the White House. Danish politicians on Friday poured scorn on the idea. “It has to be an April Fool s joke. Totally out of season,” former prime minister Lars Lokke Rasmussen said on Twitter. Greenland, a self-ruling part of Denmark located between the North Atlantic and Arctic oceans, is dependant on Danish economic support. It handles its own domestic affairs while Copenhagen looks after defense and foreign policy. “I am sure a majority in Greenland believes it is better to have a relation to Denmark than the United States, in the long term,“ Aaja Chemnitz Larsen, Danish MP(國會議員)from Greenland s second-largest party Inuit Ataqatigiit (IA)，told Reuters. “My immediate thought is ‘No, thank you ,“ she said. Greenland is gaining attention from global super powers including China，Russia and the United States due to its strategic location and its mineral resources. Martin Lidegaard，senior lawmaker of the Danish Social Liberal Party and a former foreign minister, called the idea “a grotesque(怪誕的)proposal“ which had no basis in reality. “We are talking about real people and you can t just sell Greenland like an old colonial power,“ he told Reuters. “But what we can take seriously is that the US stakes(利害關系)and interest in the Arctic is significantly on the rise and they want a much bigger influence,” he added. 32. Which of the following is TRUE about Greenland? A. It is short of natural resources. B. It is an autonomous Danish territory. C. It is dependent on American economic support. D. It possesses its own defense and foreign policy. 33. What is the possible meaning of the underlined word “scorn“ in Para. 3? A. Words that show approval of or admiration for something. B. A situation in which it is very difficult to decide what to do. C. The feeling that something is stupid or does not deserve respect. D. The quality of making someone continue doing something even when this is difficult. 34. What does Martin Lidegaard mainly want to express in the last paragraph? A. The profit of selling Greenland to America. B. The difficulty in selling Greenland to America. C. The proper process of the Greenland purchase. D. The real motivation of the Greenland purchase. 35. Which of the following can be the best title for the news report? A. Greenland tells Trump it is not for sale B. Trump favours the idea of buying Greenland C. Greenland is gaining attention from global super powers D. Trump is to meet prime ministers of Denmark and Greenland 第二節（共5小題；每小題2分，滿分10分） 根據短文內容，從短文后的選項中選出能填入空白處的最佳選項。選項中有兩項為多余選項。 Chinese culture values family bonds very much. Family members don’t just gather during the holidays. In fact they often live under one roof all year round. 36 . Families in the East and West are very different from each other. In most East Asian cultures, extended families are common. 37 . According to the Atlantic, 90 percent of children in Shanghai and 70 percent of children in Beijing were cared for by their grandparents. Chinese people believe that “a grandparent is a treasure to their family”. In many Western countries, most families are nuclear families (小家庭）.These are solely made up of children and their parents. Additionally, the duties parents have toward their children can also differ. 38 . It’s normal for parents to pay for their children’s college, help them find a job, or buy them an apartment. Chinese adults also follow their parents’ opinions when making major life decisions, more often than not. In most Western countries, however, kids usually move out of the house after they turn 18. 39 . Also, if they choose to keep living with their parents after becoming an adult, it can be seen by some as a failure on their part. While the East cares more about close family bonds, the West values privacy and independence. 40 . Families will always be a source of love, warmth, and care for people around the world. A. These families have three or even four generations living together. B. Nuclear families are the most common type in China. C. In China，many parents look after their children all the way into adulthood.