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重庆市九校联盟2019届高三12月联合考试英语试卷

  • 重庆
  • 2019-01-11
  • 高三年级
  • 模拟考试
  • 369次

收藏 纠错 题号:8921349 题型:听力题 日期:2019-01-11 试题难度:中等 组卷:6次

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。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。
例:How much is the shirt?
A.£19.15. 
B.£9.18. 
C.£9.15.
答案是C。
1.Why is the man leaving early?
A.He wants to avoid a traffic jam.
B.He isn’t interested in the movie.
C.He doesn’t know the way to the theater.
2.How did the woman feel just now?
A.Scared. 
B.Bored. 
C.Excited.
3.Where does the conversation most probably take place?
A.In a shop. 
B.In a classroom. 
C.In a kitchen.
4.When will the speakers meet?
A.At 6:30. 
B.At 6:45. 
C.At 7:00.
5.Who might Freddy be?
A.The speakers’ son.
B.The speakers’ landlady.
C.The speakers’ pet.
听第6段材料,回答第6、7题。
6.How does the woman usually go to work?
A.By car. 
B.By bus. 
C.By train.
7.What do the speakers agree about taking the train?
A.It is safer. 
B.It is faster. 
C.It is cheaper.
听第7段材料,回答第8、9题。
8.Why is the woman upset with the man?
A.He hasn’t been attending class.
B.He didn’t turn in his essay.
C.His essay is too short.
9.How many essays has the man rewritten this year altogether?
A.Three essays. 
B.Two essays. 
C.One essay.
听第8段材料,回答第10至12题。
10.What does the man suggest the woman do?
A.Save up for the car.
B.Go to another car dealer.
C.Ask someone to check the car.
11.How will the woman pay for the car?
A.In cash. 
B.By bank card. 
C.By cheque.
12.How will the man help the woman?
A.Lend money to her. 
B.Drive her car home. 
C.Take care of her car.
听第9段材料,回答第13至16题。
13.When did the woman last lend the man her car?
A.A year ago. 
B.Five months ago. 
C.A couple of days ago.
14.What will the woman do tonight?
A.See a movie. 
B.See a play. 
C.Go to the gym.
15.What is the relationship between the speakers?
A.Roommates. 
B.Good friends. 
C.Brother and sister.
16.What does the man promise the woman?
A.He will borrow another car next time.
B.He will return before six o’clock.
C.He will fill up her car with gas.
听第10段材料,回答第17至20题。
17.What kind of restaurants are the most in the speaker’s hometown?
A.KFCs. 
B.Chinese restaurants. 
C.Japanese restaurants.
18.Why does the speaker dislike “all you can eat” restaurants?
A.They are unhealthy.
B.They are too expensive.
C.There isn’t enough food in them.
19.What do most customers of “All you can eat” restaurants look like?
A.Very fat.  B.Very tall.  C.Very thin.
20.What is the speech mainly about?
A.The speaker’s favourite diet.
B.Restaurants in the speaker’s hometown.
C.Fast food restaurants in America.

收藏 纠错 题号:8921364 题型:阅读理解 日期:2019-01-11 试题难度:中等 组卷:6次

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Thirteen Things Mentally Strong People Don’t Do by Amy Morin
You can’t escape misfortune in life. But you can change how you respond to it. Do you struggle to get over your failures? Getting over these obstacles can have a great influence on your everyday life. Morin shares how her most successfully cured patients overcame these difficulties.
How to Stop Worrying and Start Living by Dale Carnegie
Would you worry about something? Why can’t you stop worrying? Fortunately, there would be a way to deal with those worries. By defining the source of your stress, you can get over it. Carnegie came up with a timeless formula that helps you deal with any over thinking situation.
Finding Your Element by Ken Robinson
We’re supposed to graduate from high school at 18, enter university, become a professional person, get married and have children. This lifestyle may be limiting and keep us away from opportunities in which we might get better. Everyone has potential. If you don’t know what yours is, it just means you haven’t discovered it yet. Or perhaps you have it, but it was dismissed early in life. Find out how you can break free of society’s strict rules and find your calling in life.
Emotional Intelligence by Daniel Goleman
Do your emotions hold you back? Would you do better if your emotions were removed and you became unfeeling, logical creatures? Did you know if your pulse rate rises above 100 bpm, you’re believed too emotional to think rationally? You probably let feelings cloud your judgment more often than you know. Goleman explains how you can avoid letting your emotions rule you and make better decisions in life.
1.Which book can help you discover your own potential?
A.Emotional Intelligence.
B.Finding Your Element.
C.How to Stop Worrying and Start Living.
D.Thirteen Things Mentally Strong People Don't Do.
2.Who is a writer and doctor?
A.Amy Morin.
B.Dale Carnegie.
C.Daniel Goleman.
D.Ken Robinson.
3.What theme are the four books about?
A.Life plans.
B.Learning methods.
C.Self-improvement.
D.Relational processing.

收藏 纠错 题号:8921377 题型:阅读理解 日期:2019-03-14 试题难度:中等 组卷:7次 引用:2次

For many people, the “golden years” are a time to slow down and recall past achievements. Nola Ochs—a Guinness record holder as the world’s oldest college graduate at the age of 95—saw age as an opportunity to take on new challenges and satisfy unfulfilled goals.
Born in 1911 in Illinois, Nola always loved learning. She was a good student who graduated from high school in 1929 and began college via correspondence course(函授课程)from Fort Hays State University in Kansas. After getting the degree of the college, she taught in county schools for four years before marrying her husband, Vernon Ochs.
Soon, the realities of farming stopped any thoughts of furthering her education, though Nola lived a good, full life on the farm, raising four sons. She always yearned to learn more about the world she lived in, but not until after Vernon died in 1972, did Nola consider resuming her formal education.
“I just thought something off the farm would be fun,” Nola explained. “Really, I had no thought of ever graduating. For 10 years, I just took classes that were of interest to me, mostly history and composition. And then one of the professors came to me and told me if I would take college algebra, I would have enough credit hours to graduate. And I finally made it.”
For most people, graduating at the age of 95 with a 3.7 GPA might be enough of an accomplishment, but not for Nola. In May 2010, at the age of 98, Nola Ochs received her master’s degree, making her the oldest person to receive that distinction.
By the time Nola passed away in 2016, at the incredible age of 105, she had achieved her goal of writing a book about her life experiences. At one point in the process, when asked for her life advice, she said, “Buy the plane ticket!” She meant that people should take advantage of life’s opportunities and not wait until tomorrow.
1.What did Nola do before getting married?
A.A farmer.
B.A writer.
C.A scientist.
D.A teacher.
2.Which of the following can replace the underlined word “resuming” in paragraph 3?
A.beginning
B.changing
C.restarting
D.stopping
3.How many degrees did Nola get according to the text?
A.Two.
B.Three.
C.Four.
D.Five.
4.What can we learn from Nola?
A.Respecting old people is a virtue everyone should have.
B.Knowledge is important for everyone including old people.
C.People should get their college degrees as young as possible.
D.People should grasp every chance to pursue goals in life.

收藏 纠错 题号:8921397 题型:阅读理解 日期:2019-01-11 试题难度:中等 组卷:6次

The audiences of the UK will have an opportunity to enjoy a feast of Chinese culture when the China National Peking Opera Company returns to the country for the fourth time for a series of workshops and performances. Events will be held at the British Library, Oxford’s Ashmolean Museum and the world-famous dance theater of Sadler’s Wells, featuring artists including Lisa Lu, Yu Kuizhi and Li Shengsu.
On Thursday at the British Library, Lisa Lu, who also played a role in recent cinema hit Crazy Rich Asians, will lead a group of artists from China, the US and the UK to discuss their experiences of working across a variety of artistic fields in different cultures over many decades.
The series of activities also include interactive workshops, which explain the intricacies(错综复杂)of the attractive art of Peking Opera. The secrets behind a great opera, from music to instruments, from make-up to martial arts, will be revealed at the British Library workshops on Saturday and Sunday.
Events end on Oct 19 and 20 at Sadler’s Wells in North London, with two performances of The Emperor and the Concubine, one of the most celebrated operas, as well as The Crossroads Inn and The Monkey King and The Leopard.
Li Shengsu, who led the cast of The Emperor and the Concubine, explained that the show is the beautiful love story championed by Peking Opera Master Mei Lanfang, and it is one of the very few works from the Master Mei’s that had been handed down since 1920s.
The productions are being presented in partnership with London-based Sinolink Productions, a company that promotes Chinese art, culture and performance to British audiences.
Zhang Kewei, producer and director of Sinolink, said, “It is delightful to see that the China National Peking Opera Company returns to London for the fourth time with another two masterpieces this year. The performances so far have received very positive comments from audiences and the United Kingdom’s media and we are looking forward to further expanding our program.”
1.Why are Chinese Peking Opera artists going to the UK?
A.To perform Peking Opera with British artists.
B.To present traditional Peking Opera to British people.
C.To share their working experience with American media.
D.To teach foreign artists how to perform Peking Opera.
2.Which place will hold seminars to talk about Peking Opera?
A.The British Library.
B.Oxford's Ashmolean Museum.
C.Sadler's Wells.
D.Sinolink Productions.
3.What can be inferred from the text?
A.Peking Opera has attracted ritish great attention since 1920s.
B.The British are accepting hinese Peking Opera little by little.
C.It's the fourth time for Sinolink Productions to promote Peking Opera.
D.The events will end up with performing The Emperor and the Concubine.
4.What may be the best title for the text?
A.Chinese Traditional Art and ritish Artists
B.Peking Opera is Popular with the British
C.Peking Opera will Return to the UK
D.Chinese Traditional Treasure-Peking Opera

收藏 纠错 题号:8921402 题型:阅读理解 日期:2019-01-11 试题难度:中等 组卷:8次

Throughout the world, parents talk differently to babies than they do to adults. With their young kids, parents use baby talks, featuring long pauses and a roller coaster of pitch(音高)changes.
While parents may feel a bit silly using baby talks, they shouldn’t in fact. Babies not only prefer listening to them, but they also learn new words more easily from them. By highlighting the structure of speech, such as the differences between the vowels(元音)“a” and “o”, baby talks help babies translate sounds into meaningful units of language.
Actually, the timbre(音色)plays a role. The timbre of an instrument clearly affects how we experience music, but its role in language is less obvious. Looking into the timbre of baby talks, researchers made some surprising discoveries. In a new study published in Current Biology, researchers reported for the first time that mothers shifted their overall vocal timbre when speaking to their babies, as if they were changing their voice into a different instrument to address these unique little listeners.
In the Princeton Baby Lab, where researchers study how children learn, they recorded English-speaking mothers while they talked with their 7-to-12-month-old babies and while they spoke to an adult experimenter, and found that adult-directed and baby-directed speech had consistently different timbres.
Most surprising, in a second sample of non-English-speaking mothers, researchers found that this timbre shift was also highly consistent across nine diverse languages. This suggests these timbre shifts may represent a universal form of communication with babies.
Being able to identify baby talks across multiple languages could give us rich information about the amount and type of language children hear at preschool across different cultural environments. This could help researchers and educators predict and improve outcomes such as vocabulary and success at school.
Parents should feel self-conscious about their own baby talks: with them they’re helping their baby learn.
1.What is the advantage of parents’ using baby talks?
A.It is good for babies to change pitch.
B.It helps translate sounds into different languages.
C.It makes babies learn more language.
D.It helps babies improve their language ability.
2.What did the study find?
A.Mothers usually changed their timbre when talking with their babies.
B.Mothers avoided using the sound like instruments to talk with babies.
C.Non-English-speaking mothers spoke to babies with consistent timbre.
D.English-speaking mothers were good at changing timbre to speak with adults.
3.What is paragraph 6 mainly about?
A.The aim of the research.
B.The process of the research.
C.The effect of parents' timbre shifts.
D.The meaning of studying baby talks.
4.What may be the author’s suggestion to parents with babies?
A.Teaching babies to talk early.
B.Practicing mothers' timbre often.
C.Using baby talks to communicate with babies.
D.Being conscious of babies' emotional need.

收藏 纠错 题号:8921410 题型:七选五 日期:2019-01-11 试题难度:中等 组卷:12次

The USA is a society formed by many different immigrant cultures that produced a new and mixed culture. Most Americans celebrate different customs which started in other countries and start several new traditions and cultures.①
 ② They tend to live independently, and communicate directly, honestly and informally with their families, friends and colleagues.
Americans always keep advancing with the times. ③  In America, it is relatively common for both parents to work, and American women are equal partners in marriage.
In the USA, the most common family unit consists of the parents and children living under one roof. Most American children are taught to compete, through organized sports and education, as well as speak out their minds and have confidence to stand up for what they believe in.④ Many immigrant families also feature several generations living under one roof, with younger family members respecting the elders’ needs and valuing their opinions.
When people from different cultures get married and have children, they may have issues when it comes to maintaining their unique traditions and mixing shared customs at the same time. ⑤ However, with a little effort, children in these families can benefit from having both outlooks and traditions. Children who are raised bilingually can also benefit in future careers and learn to make decisions better than monolingual kids.
A.Many Americans find happy life is important.
B.They are also taught to respect their parents at all costs.
C.It can be a challenge to find the perfect balance between cultures.
D.According to socialists, the American family culture has many unique aspects.
E.American children refuse to follow their parents’ advice and always argue with them.
F.Changing rather than sticking to tradition is considered by many Americans as improvement.
G.The difference is easy to deal with if parents can meet halfway and stand in the other’s shoes.

收藏 纠错 题号:8921439 题型:完形填空 日期:2019-01-11 试题难度:中等 组卷:7次

When Hurricane Harvey hit Texas, Reader’s Digest wrote about impressive rescues. The spirit of serving can be incredibly     1    . Here is a story from Annalysa Longworth, a survivor of Hurricane Maria, in her own     2     .
“The total 36 hours of Hurricane Maria in Puerto Rico was     3     the scariest event we’ve ever gone through. Our house sits on the north-west coast of Rincón. In the     4    , over 100 mph winds changed direction causing a great amount of water flooding our     5     . The only place left dry and safe was our kitchen floor, where we were     6     to ride out the rest of the storm. It has been 50 days since the     7     , and we are still without power and water. During our regular afternoon showers, we are glad to     8     rainwater but are quickly reminded of the people living without roofs, and how     9     it must be for them. Our emotions are consistently in a state of      10     .
Recently, our good friends told us about a video interview they were doing with Watts of Love, a solar light company. The company generously gave us a headlamp for our personal      11    and a box with 50 headlamps to distribute throughout our town. Rincón was completely blacked out so making a simple walk through a parking lot to our car is     12   . We used to rush to get things done before     13     , but now I continue daily chores in the dark. What     14     our lives most was being able to share this gift with others. We     15   the lamps house by house to the people in the mountains who needed them most, as even batteries and candles are      16     there. Even though     17    have come slowly, people have been out of work and can’t afford to     18     their electric bill. I’ll always be     19     to Watts of Love for allowing us to pay it forward and be witnesses to the smiles that     20    can bring.”
1.A.terrifying    B.moving    C.universal    D.necessary
2.A.words    B.methods    C.opinions    D.editions
3.A.unluckily    B.uncertainly    C.unsteadily    D.undoubtedly
4.A.darkness    B.history    C.recovery    D.system
5.A.school    B.garden    C.house    D.studio
6.A.requested    B.taught    C.forced    D.expected
7.A.performance    B.progress    C.rescue    D.storm
8.A.collect    B.observe    C.apply    D.research
9.A.puzzling    B.punctual    C.amazing    D.awful
10.A.relief    B.sympathy    C.pleasure    D.calmness
11.A.interest    B.purpose    C.attempt    D.problem
12.A.convenient    B.ridiculous    C.dangerous    D.awkward
13.A.schedule    B.sunset    C.deadline    D.daybreak
14.A.changed    B.ruined    C.proved    D.witnessed
15.A.took off    B.brought out    C.got through    D.gave away
16.A.adequate    B.expensive    C.rare    D.equal
17.A.supplies    B.survivors    C.reports    D.complaints
18.A.imagine    B.receive    C.undertake    D.choose
19.A.devoted    B.familiar    C.accustomed    D.grateful
20.A.nature    B.light    C.future    D.harvest

收藏 纠错 题号:8921448 题型:语法填空 日期:2019-01-11 试题难度:中等 组卷:10次

Dogs were first raised at home at least 150 centuries ago. Since then, the dog ①(be) humans’ best friend. Now, they have another job—to assist doctors to diagnose(诊断)cancer.
After a long-standing research of smell, a Finnish professor has said that certain ② (type) of cancer are able to be detected by their smell, making it possible to train cancer-sniffing dogs  ③ (help) diagnose the disease.
A professor, Jouko Vepsalainen from the University of Eastern Finland in Kuopio, has focused ④ nitrogen compounds(氮化合物). The compounds increase ⑤ (great) when cancer cells grow in an uncontrollable way,  ⑥ (allow) them to be detected, the Finnish newspaper Karjalainen reported. That’s where the dog, man’s best friend, may step in with their keen sense of smell.
According to the news agency, researchers in Finland have tried to train dogs to do the job, but  ⑦ will take a dog months, even years, to tell the ⑧ (different) between sick and healthy people. “Anyone ⑨ knows how difficult early cancer detection is ⑩ (understand) what an opportunity this is,” associate professor Anna Hielm-Bjorkman of the University of Helsinki told the Finnish media.

收藏 纠错 题号:8921469 题型:短文改错 日期:2019-01-11 试题难度:中等 组卷:8次

假定英语课上老师要求同桌之间交换修改作文,请你修改你同桌写的以下作文。文中共有10处语言错误,每句中最多有两处。每处错误仅涉及一个单词的增加、删除或修改。
增加:在缺词处加一个漏字符号(∧),并在其下面写出该加的词。
删除:把多余的词用斜线(\)划掉。
修改:在错的词下划一横线,并在该词下面写出修改后的词。
注意:1.每处错误及其修改均仅限一词;
         2.只允许修改10处,多者(从第11处起)不计分。
Good morning, everyone! It was my honor to be here to share my opinion on what to learn in senior high school.
In the coming three years, the school life will be challenged. On the one hand, we should learn to study efficiently, adopting some effect methods. As the matter of fact, developing a good study habit is of great importance. It really benefits me a lot to preview lessons, get active involved in class and review what has taught. On the other hand, in senior high school, we are supposed to learn what to get along well with other. We ought to respect to teachers and be friendly to classmates.
Thank you!

收藏 纠错 题号:8921478 题型:书面表达 日期:2019-01-11 试题难度:中等 组卷:7次 练习:1次 正确率:100%

假定你是李华。你市最近天气变化大,许多市民都因此患了感冒。请你用英语给在你市留学的美国朋友Susan写封信,提醒他采取措施,预防感冒。内容包括:
1.关注天气变化,及时加衣物;
2.适当运动,注意饮食;
3.避免与感冒患者接触。
注意:
1.总词数100左右;
2.可以适当增加细节,以使行文连贯。
                                                                                                                                               
                                                                                                                                                
                                                                                                                                               
                                                                                                                                               
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