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四川省内江市2018届高三第一次模拟考试英语试卷

  • 四川
  • 2018-01-12
  • 高三年级
  • 模拟考试
  • 220次

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阅读下一小题。每段对话仅读一遍。回答下面小题。
1.What day is it today?
A.Monday.
B.Saturday.
C.Sunday,
2.How many students were there at the school last year?
A.700.
B.400.
C.300.
3.About what does the man want information?
A.Hotels.
B.Cars.
C.Flights.
4.What type of clothing does the store sell?
A.Expensive, high-quality clothing.
B.Cheap, low-quality clothing.
C.Cheap, high-quality clothing.
5.What are the speakers talking about?
A.Their expectations.
B.Their hobbies.
C.Their dinners.

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来源:四川省内江市2018届高三第一次模拟考试英语试卷

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。听材料,回答第1~2题。
1.What did the woman do this morning?
A.She wrote her essay.
B.She did some reading.
C.She went for a run.
2.What will the man do next?
A.Attend a class.
B.Have lunch.
C.Hand in his essay.

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请听材料,回答第1~2题。
1.What was the weather like on Saturday morning?
A.Sunny.
B.Windy.
C.Rainy.
2.Where did the woman go this weekend?
A.To the beach.
B.To a town.
C.To the mountains.

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请听材料,回答第1~2题。
1.What’s the difference between the two bookcases?
A.Their size.
B.Their colour.
C.Their material.
2.What colour will the man probably paint the first bookcase?
A.White.
B.Brown.
C.Yellow.
3.How much should the man pay in total?
A.$ 60.
B.$45.
C.$30.

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请听材料,回答第1~4题。
1.How long will the course run this year?
A.Six weeks.
B.Seven weeks.
C.Eight weeks.
2.What problem did the course have last year?
A.Few people wanted to attend.
B.There were too few workers.
C.There was nothing to do on rainy days.
3.What can the children do for the first time this year?
A.Have creative art classes.
B.Do adventure sports.
C.Organize events.
4.Who is the course probably for?
A.Kids aged 4 to 8.
B.Kids aged 9 to 13.
C.Kids aged 10 to 16.

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请听材料,回答第1~4题。
1.What does the speaker say about the centre?
A.It is a newly opened centre.
B.It is popular with many people.
C.It organizes holidays for people.
2.When does the horse riding begin?
A.At about 8:30 am.
B.At about 10:00 am.
C.At about 11:30 am.
3.What items does the centre prepare for the riders?
A.Hard hats.
B.Strong shoes.
C.Shoulder bags.
4.What kind of rooms does the centre provide?
A.Single rooms.
B.Double rooms.
C.Suites.

收藏 纠错 题号:8472848 题型:阅读理解 日期:2018-01-12 试题难度:中等 组卷:27次

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Looney Tunes Carnival
www.xiangpi.com
Free Looney Tunes Umbrella
     Receive a limited edition Looney Tunes umbrella with a minimum spend of $ 100 (single or accumulated same-day receipts) at our participating malls (商场) from now till 27th March, 2018.
Looney Tunes Merchandise Fair
Mall Compass Point
       Date:
12-27th March
                   Location (位置)
POPULAR Bookstore, Main Atrium
    Easter celebration at POPULAR Bookstore!
    Shoppers who purchase $ 15 worth of Warner Bros. Books and stationery at POPULAR are entitled to a FREE participation in any one of the following activities from 25 till 27th March. So come to Compass Point fast!
Activities in store for you
 Bugs’ Creative Class
(1st session: 3pm & 2nd session: 3:30 pm
    Twist and turn a balloon into a piece of art! So kids, get ready for the twist! Limited to 15 children per session.
Paint a Bunny Easter Egg
(1st session: 5pm & 2nd session: 5:30 pm)
    Easter is the time to have extraordinary fun with eggs! Kids, get your hands ready to create works of Easter art on an egg canvas (帆布). Limited to 25 children per session.
Kids Squad Club
    Become a Kids Squad member for just $ 12 for a one-year membership. Receive a goodie bag worth $ 30. Enjoy quarterly newsletters, birthday treats and special discounts.
    The first 100 new members who sign up at each mall will receive an additional $ 5 Shopping Voucher.
1.What would you have to do to get a free Looney Tunes umbrella?
A.Spend $ 15 at POPULAR Bookstore.
B.Show your same-day receipts of $ 100.
C.Become a Kids Squad member.
D.Paint a Bunny Easter Egg.
2.In each session how many children at most could attend Bugs’ Creative Class?
A.15.
B.25.
C.30.
D.100.
3.Why is Looney Tunes Carnival held?
A.To promote sales.
B.To celebrate kids’ birthdays.
C.To improve kids’ creativity.
D.To register members for Kids Club.

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来源:四川省内江市2018届高三第一次模拟考试英语试卷

    New York—A truck struck a 56-year-old woman riding a Citi Bike through Midtown Thursday morning, and officers Dimitri Coutsouvelis and Thomas Demery came to her rescue, officials said.
    Two counter-terrorism policemen on Sixth Ave. near W. 47th St. spotted the white truck dragging the Citi Bike about 9:30 a. m. — moments after it struck the woman, who was found lying on the street with an injured right leg, frightened witnesses said.
    “She was just lying there in a lot of pain,” said Stanford Dawson, 57, who sells goods on the comer of Sixth Ave. and 48th St. “You could see her leg was turned back and the knee bones were sticking out through the skin.’’
    One of the policemen ran after the truck and forced it to stop while the other tended to the woman.
    “The driver acted a little confused about what happened,” said Police Officer Thomas Demery, who ran to stop the truck after hearing the “sound of the bike being dragged.”
    “The woman suffered a deep gash on her leg from her knee to her hip,” said the policeman. “I kept telling her not to look at it, that it’s going to be fine. I kept comforting her.”
    The ambulance rushed her to Bellevue Hospital in stable condition. The driver of the truck remained at the scene, policemen said. No charges were immediately filed.
    “I can’t tell you how proud I am of the work that the Critical Response Team does each and every day protecting New York City. Generally, people think they always face danger all day and sometimes they shall feel bored in the street,” said Counter-terrorism Chief James Waters. “They always perform admirably, including today.”
    “It feels really good to be a part of helping fellow New Yorkers. That’s what we guys want to express most,” Demery said.
     Cars have struck and killed many bicyclists so far this year, and the reported number of deaths is a 21 % increase compared to the 13 killed during the same time last year.
1.Which is right about the truck driver?
A.His over-speeding made the accident happen.
B.He kept driving, not knowing the accident.
C.He was arrested shortly after the accident.
D.He had his leg hurt in the accident.
2.Who ran to take care of the injured woman?
A.Thomas Demery.
B.James Waters.
C.Stanford Dawson.
D.Dimitri Coutsouvelis.
3.What do the policemen think of their work on the street?
A.Rewarding.
B.Boring.
C.Acceptable.
D.Dangerous.
4.What can be inferred about the woman?
A.She was struck by a truck.
B.She was badly injured in the foot.
C.She was lucky to get timely help.
D.She was unconscious in hospital.

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来源:四川省内江市2018届高三第一次模拟考试英语试卷

    This week, a mammoth (猛犸象) possibly killed by humans 10,000 to 15,000 years ago was found in soy fields about 50 miles west of Detroit.
    It was found by farmer James Bristle and his neighbor Trent Satterthwaite, who were reportedly digging in the field. At first, they couldn’t figure out what they were seeing.“It was probably a rib bone that came up,” Bristle tells Ann Arbor News. “We thought it was a bent fence post.” Upon closer inspection, however, it became clear even to untrained eyes this was no fence post. “We knew it was something special.” Then they sped up the dig.
    After finding the bones Monday night, Bristle called the University of Michigan Tuesday morning to report his find. Scientist Daniel Fisher arrived to inspect it Wednesday, and by Thursday morning he had confirmed it’s a woolly mammoth. He concludes the animal was about 40 years old when it died. It was hunted by humans, he says, who killed it arid stored the remains in a pond as a way of preserving the meat for future use. It’s still too early to tell exactly how it died, Fisher tells Detroit’s WWJ-TV, “but the skeleton showed signs of human’s butchering.”
    The bones are being temporarily stored nearby, according to the Free Press, and it remains unclear where they’ll eventually end up. Their research value will be determined once they’ve been cleaned and dried.
    Woolly mammoths once lived in Eurasia and North America, and most disappeared by 10,000 years ago—a demise (终止) that has been linked not only to humans, but also to changing climate. It’s now believed that warming weather weakened their populations before humans dealt the final blows.
1.How did James Bristle and his neighbor find what they found at first?
A.It’s delicate.
B.It’s old.
C.It’s unique.
D.It’s worthless.
2.What can we know about the mammoth according to the text?
A.It might die in its 40s.
B.It was native to Eurasia.
C.It preferred walking in the fields.
D.It mainly died from climate change.
3.Which is Daniel Fisher’s opinion?
A.The bones are well worth studying.
B.The mammoth was killed by a butcher.
C.The newfound site has evidence of human activity.
D.It’s unclear whether the bones were a mammoth’s.
4.What does the underlined part in the last paragraph mean?
A.Dried their bones.
B.Took their lives.
C.Destroyed their home.
D.Preserved their meat.

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    In recent years, car manufacturers (制造商) have been put under pressure to invent a vehicle that is both cheaper to run and better for the environment.
    One of the first ideas that car manufacturers tried was to replace engines which run on fossil (石化) fuels with electric motors. Unfortunately, these vehicles had several disadvantages and they didn’t sell very well. The problems were that the batteries of these electric cars ran out very quickly and took a long time to recharge.
    However, car manufacturers have improved the concept. This is where the hybrid car, which has both an electric motor and a traditional petrol engine, comes in. The electric motor never needs to be recharged and it is much better for the planet than a traditional car.
    In a hybrid car, the engine is controlled by a computer which determines whether the car runs on petrol, electricity, or both. When the car needs maximum power, for example, if it is accelerating or climbing a steep hill, it uses all of its resources (资源), but at steady speeds it runs only on petrol. When slowing down or breaking, the electric motor recharges its batteries.
    Hybrid cars are better for the environment because they have a much smaller engine than a traditional car. Also, hybrid cars on the market are made using materials such as aluminum and carbon fiber, which makes them extremely light. Both of them mean that they use less petrol than normal cars, so they produce less pollution.
    Of course, hybrid cars aren’t perfect; they still run on fossil fuel and so pollute the environment to a certain degree. However, they may be the first step along the road to cleaner, ‘greener’ cars. Car manufacturers are already working on vehicles which run on hydrogen giving off harmless water vapor. It looks like we might be heading in the right direction.
1.What can we know about the vehicles which ran on electric motors?
A.They moved very fast.
B.They were unpopular.
C.Their engines were often replaced.
D.Their engines were expensive.
2.How does the computer in a hybrid car function?
A.It keeps the car running steadily.
B.It directs the car to climb hills.
C.It decides where to power the car.
D.It controls how the car uses power.
3.What does the underlined part refer to in Paragraph 5?
A.Car’s smaller engine and special materials.
B.Electric motor and petrol engine.
C.Hybrid car and hydrogen car.
D.Aluminum and carbon fiber.
4.What’s the best title for the text?
A.Cars’ engines
B.Car pollution
C.Green cars
D.Cars’ advantages

收藏 纠错 题号:8472873 题型:七选五 日期:2018-03-22 试题难度:中等 组卷:65次 引用:2次

来源:北京四中2018届高三第一次模拟考试(一模)仿真卷(A卷)英语试卷

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。
    Daily overuse of media and technology has a bad effect on the health of all children and teenagers by making them more open to anxiety, and more at risk of future health problems.①Many newer apps automatically show where the users are when they’re used. This can tell anyone out there exactly where to find the person using the app.
    ②They are also upset about their kids spending time on Facebook accounts instead of getting down to their homework assignments, and are afraid of what can come out of their online connections.
   ③One way is to make a “social media agreement” with your kids—a real contract they can sign. In it, they can agree to protect their own privacy, consider their reputation, and not give out personal information.④  
    In turn, parents agree to respect teens’ privacy while making an effort to be part of the social media world. Parents also can help kids spend less time on the computer by putting limits on media use.⑤Avoid laptops and smartphones in bedrooms, and set some rules on the use of technology. And don’t forget that setting a good example through your own virtual behavior can go a long way toward helping your kids use social media safely.
    A. Trust their children more.
    B. Keep computers in public areas in the house.
    C. It’s important to be aware of what your kids are doing online.
    D. Besides, they promise never to use technology to hurt anyone else.
    E. Spending too much time on social media can make kids feel upset, too.
    F. Kids also can face the possibility of meeting the wrong person lace to face.
    G. Parents often say that kids would rather be online than hang around with them.

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来源:四川省内江市2018届高三第一次模拟考试英语试卷

    Though my grandfather, whom I called Papaw, was a farmer, my Mamaw would iron his work clothes happily every day. As the years passed, I began to question this    1    . Why in the world did Papaw need his work clothes    2    ? Most days, he never saw anyone but me and maybe a few other    3    living around.
    One day when I was about 13, I    4    Mamaw about it. I wanted to know why she thought it    5    to spend time pressing clothes that were rarely    6    . She told me that Papaw was the most    7    man in the world and the    8    of her life. She loved every    9    she got to show him off and make the rest of the world    10    her good luck.
    Later that day, I looked    11    at Papaw. He sure didn’t look all that handsome to me. For example, his hair was    12    on top, so that he was almost bald (秃顶). So I asked Mamaw about it again. She gave me a girlish smile, the    13    you don’t expect grandmothers to be able to    14    at their age.
    “You just aren’t looking in the    15    light. He has the most beautiful blue eyes I have ever seen. His    16    is so calming that everyone wants to hear him talk.”
    She    17    , “I want him to feel beautiful. I ironed his clothes every day.    18    for all these years, he has made me feel beautiful. I want him to look the part every day.”
    The years went on. I    19    to realize, when I was probably 30, what    20    really was—it was Mamaw ironing Papaw’s clothes.
1.A.practice    B.phenomenon    C.policy    D.attitude
2.A.washed    B.changed    C.ironed    D.sewed
3.A.tourists    B.farmers    C.firemen    D.volunteers
4.A.asked    B.informed    C.warned    D.reminded
5.A.lucky    B.easy    C.necessary    D.popular
6.A.designed    B.repaired    C.seen    D.sold
7.A.honest    B.handsome    C.inspiring    D.intelligent
8.A.rule    B.mirror    C.love    D.example
9.A.idea    B.effort    C.benefit    D.chance
10.A.accept    B.envy    C.find    D.have
11.A.closely    B.secretly    C.patiently    D.regularly
12.A.curly    B.white    C.thin    D.long
13.A.impression    B.interest    C.intention    D.kind
14.A.earn    B.observe    C.express    D.explain
15.A.same    B.right    C.real    D.new
16.A.world    B.voice    C.reaction    D.speech
17.A.regretted    B.repeated    C.continued    D.waited
18.A.so    B.until    C.but    D.because
19.A.happened    B.longed    C.came    D.afforded
20.A.beauty    B.life    C.answer    D.belief

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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。
    Chrysanthemum (菊花) comes from China and was recorded in some Chinese books as early as the 5th century BC. The flower①(introduce) toJapanduring the Tang Dynasty. It usually begins to bloom (开花) in the 9th lunar month, lending a festive atmosphere to Double Ninth Day. That’s why the month is also referred to②“the month of chrysanthemum”.
    The flower has been favored by③(poet) through the ages, because it is one of the only flowers that bloom in late autumn. Du Fu, a great Tang Dynasty poet, wrote more than ten poems singing the praises of the flower.
    Chinese people④(be) fond of enjoying chrysanthemum on Double Ninth Day long before. Chrysanthemum displays were usually held immediately after⑤day in some regions ofChinain the Qing Dynasty. People in Beijing began to stick chrysanthemums on doors and windows⑥(get) rid of the bad luck and bring in the good ones,⑦was an alteration (改变) of the custom of⑧(wear) chrysanthemum on people’s heads. At these displays family members accompany their elders to have a relaxing day in a natural atmosphere while wishing for good health and⑨(happy) for them. The displays are often⑩(live) with a sea of visitors.

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来源:四川省内江市2018届高三第一次模拟考试英语试卷

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    假设你叫李华,是你校英语俱乐部的负责人。你校汉语文学社要举办“散文诵读”比赛(Contest of Reading and Understanding Prose)。你校外教Peter因喜欢中国散文,给你发邮件说对此很感兴趣。请你用英语给他回复一封邮件,内容包括:
  1. 1.比赛的时间、地点;
  2. 2.比赛方式:朗读并回答相关问题;
  3. 3.邀请他参加比赛。
  4. 注意:
  5.     1.词数100左右;
  6.     2.可以适当增加细节,以使行文连贯;
  7.     3.参考词汇:散文:prose,属于不可数名词。
  8.  
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