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吉林省吉大附中2018届高三第四次模拟考试英语试卷

  • 吉林
  • 2018-08-07
  • 高三年级
  • 模拟考试
  • 263次

收藏 纠错 题号:8718211 题型:听力题 日期:2018-08-07 试题难度:中等 组卷:20次

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。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。
例题:How much is the shirt?
A.£19.15B.£9.15C.£9.18
1. What did the man have in the restaurant?
A. Salad.
B. Chicken.
C. Fish.
2. When will the party start?
A. At 9:30.
B. At 9:00.
C. At 7:00.
3. Where did the speakers go last year?
A. To Mexico.
B. To Bristol.
C. To London.
4. What are the speakers talking about?
A. A skating experience.                             
B. Their summer holiday.   
C. A dance performance.
5. Why is Sally late for the appointment?
A. She had to pick someone up.                   
B. She was ill.
C. She had an accident.
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。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。
听下面一段对话,回答第 6、7 题。
6. What’s the relationship between the speakers?
A. Husband and wife.
B. Son and mother.
C. Brother and sister.
7. What will the speakers do next month?
A. Have a family dinner.                            
B. Attend a wedding.
C. Hold a party.
听下面一段对话,回答第 8、9 题。
8. Where does the conversation take place?
A. In a furniture store.                   
B. In a library.
C. In a bookstore.
9. Where can the woman take a rest?
A. Behind the computers.               
B. By the window.
C. Near the door.
听下面一段对话,回答第 10 至 12 题。
10.  How does Tim think people of his age can help with energy saving?
A. By playing less computer games.
B.  By turning off computer screens.
C.  By using energy-saving lights.
11.  What does Tim advise people to do to save water?
A. Wash large quantities of clothes at a time.
B.  Stop using washing machines.
C.  Take a quick shower.
12.What kind of drinks does Tim suggest buying?
A. Ones in glass bottles.    
B. Ones in plastic bottles.
C. Ones in cardboard packets.
听下面一段对话,回答第 13 至 16 题。
13.  What makes Claire annoyed with her father?
A. That he keeps playing jokes on her.
B.  That he forces her to follow his plan.
C.  That he has no respect for her feelings.
14.  Why can’t Claire keep her room tidy?
A. She has a small room.                
B. She has too many books.
C. She is too young to clean it.
15. What will Claire probably do?
A. Tidy her room.                          
B. Talk with her father.
C. Move out.
16. What does Claire think of the man’s suggestion?
A. Embarrassing.      
B. Great.
C. Annoying.
听下面一段独白,回答第 17 至 20 题。
17. What do we know about the films?
A. They are in various types.           
B. They are foreign classics.
C. They are the latest ones.
18. How often are films shown in the university?
A. Once a month.                          
B. Twice a month.
C. Twice a week.
19. What benefit can members get?
A. A discount on films shown in the university.
B.  Free entrance to all the cinemas in town.
C.  A discount with the cinemas in town.
20. What activity does the club hold at the end the year?
A. A trip to film workshops.          
B. A leaving dinner.
C. A film quiz night.

收藏 纠错 题号:8718218 题型:阅读理解 日期:2018-08-07 试题难度:较易 组卷:30次

Who may borrow materials from the libraries?
    . U.Va. students
    . U.Va. faculty (全体教师)
    . U.Va. staff
    . U.Va. alumni (校友)
    . U.Va. research projects
    . Individuals associated with U.Va. agencies by specific arrangement
    . Virginia residents (must be at least 16 years of age)
    . Faculty and students at other Virginia higher education institutions
    . Independent researchers (upon presentation of a photo ID)
May I renew materials? How do I renew materials?
    The libraries allow unlimited renewals of most materials.
    . Log in (登录) to VIRGO and renew online
    . Call any of our libraries to renew over the phone
    . Email lib-circ@virginia.edu
    . Request at any of the library’s service desks
May I recall materials if they are checked out? How do I recall materials?
    Users who have a need for materials currently checked out can place a call on the charged item and specify (详细说明) the library at which they would like to pick the item up. Recalled items must be returned within 10 days of the recall notice. Recalled items accrue (积累) overdue fines at a rate of $1.00 per day. Once the item is returned, the requesting user will be notified (告知) and the item will be held at the specified library’s service desk for 7 days, after which it will be re-shelved or circulated to the next waiting user.
1.Who can borrow books from the libraries?
A.All Virginia residents and researchers based in the US.
B.All Virginia residents and U.Va. students who have already graduated.
C.Researchers based in the US and U.Va. students who have already graduated.
D.U.Va. students who have already graduated and faculty from other universities in Virginia.
2.What can we learn about recalling materials?
A.A recalled book should be returned at once when you receive the recall notice.
B.The library’s service desk can keep a recalled item for 7 days at most.
C.You will be fined $1.00 if you return any recalled item late.
D.The new user of a recalled book can keep the book for 10 days.
3.Where would you most likely find the text?
A.In a private bookstore.
B.In a local newspaper.
C.On a university website.
D.In a club’s handbook.

收藏 纠错 题号:8686861 题型:阅读理解 日期:2018-08-07 试题难度:中等 组卷:37次 引用:2次

   Police officer Jody Thompson first met his son John in 2015. He was pulling into the car park at the Poteau Police Department in Oklahoma when he overheard a call about a case of physical child abuse. Despite being off duty, Thompson responded to the call.
    He arrived at the scene to find a severely underweight boy, who was covered in bruises (淤青) with his wrists tied. The eight-year-old, who weighed just over 25 kilograms at the time, had been left in a dustbin full of cold water.
    “He didn’t have a spot on his body that didn’t have a bruise. It was the worst thing I’d ever seen,” Thompson said. Thompson drove John to hospital and sat by his side all night as the child recovered in the intensive care unit.
    The following day, he contacted the Oklahoma Department of Human Services (DHS) to request he become the child’s foster parent (养父). Within just a few days, Thompson had brought John into the safety of his own home.
    “When I’d seen him in that house shivering and his hands tied – just wet to the skin and confused – I knew at that moment, the only time I would be satisfied and sure that he was safe is if he was with me,” he said.
    Thompson already had two sons, aged 15 and 18. He didn’t tell his family about his plan at first, but said they had faith he was doing the right thing. In an extraordinary twist, just two days after bringing John into the family home, he found out his wife was pregnant with their third biological son.
   And seven months later, DHS called the Thompsons to ask if they wanted to foster John’s newborn sister, Paizly, who was born in prison. They picked her up the next day – when she was just a day old – and brought her straight home. Both John and Paizly were later adopted by Thompson and his wife.
   “The example of love that Thompson has shown to this young man and his sister is an example everyone should follow,” Poteau Police Chief Stephen Fruenr said in a statement. “It’s men like Thompson that make me proud of our police force brothers and sisters. I am proud to serve with him.”
1.How was John when Thompson found him?
A.Seriously ill.
B.Overweight.
C.Unconscious.
D.Badly injured.
2.Why did Thompson bring John back home?
A.He wanted to find a companion for his sons.
B.He wanted to give John a safe home.
C.He was requested to do so by DHS.
D.He thought that John was smart.
3.How did Thompson’s family feel about his decision?
A.Doubtful.
B.Excited.
C.Supportive.
D.Uncaring.
4.What can we infer from the article?
A.It wasn’t the first time for Thompson to adopt a child.
B.Fruenr showed great respect for Thompson.
C.John was born in prison like his sister.
D.Thompson regretted bringing John home.

收藏 纠错 题号:8718239 题型:阅读理解 日期:2018-08-07 试题难度:中等 组卷:33次

    You know the feeling: you walk into a room and catch people looking at you. They’re staring, right? Not always. The fear that people are staring is often your brain playing tricks on you. Researchers at the University of Sydney have discovered that when your brain is unsure of what you’re seeing, it tells itself someone is looking at you and perhaps even passing judgment.
    “Judging if others are looking at us may come naturally, but it’s actually not that simple—our brains have to do a lot of work behind the scenes,” said lead researcher Colin Clifford, a professor of psychology at the University of Sydney.
    Our brains determine if someone is looking at us by figuring out where their eyes are pointing and the direction of their head, but without all the necessary information, the brain fills in the blanks using information from previous experience.
    Researchers tested this by creating images of faces and asking test subjects where they believed the people pictured were looking. They intentionally made it difficult to determine where the figures’ eyes were pointing. The test subjects’ brains made a lot of assumptions during the test.
    “It turns out that we’re built to believe that others are staring at us, especially when we’re uncertain,” Clifford said. “So gaze perception doesn’t only involve visual clues—our brains generate assumptions from our experiences and match them with what we see at a particular moment.”
    The study concludes that the adult nervous system incorporates (合并) previous experiences with information about a person’s gaze and applies it to a situation it’s unfamiliar with.
    Your brain does this every day outside of the laboratory, especially when it’s hard to see someone’s eyes, such as at night or when the person is wearing sunglasses.
    There are some reasons to worry about whether or not someone is looking at you. After all, fear and vanity (自负) are both important elements of the human psyche (心灵).
    “Direct gaze can signal a threat, and if you perceive something as a threat, you would not want to miss it,” Clifford said. “So assuming that the other person is looking at you may simply be safer strategy.” When someone looks at you, it may also be a sign that they want to communicate, so your body goes on alert, expecting the interaction.
    So remember: you’re not being paranoid (多疑的). You’re just built that way.
1.Which of the following information do we use when we decide that others are staring at us?
a.  our former experience
b.  where their eyes are pointing
c.  where their fingers are pointing
d.  their facial expressions
A.ab
B.bc
C.ac
D.bd
2.The underlined word “gaze” in the fourth paragraph means ______?
A.a long steady look
B.a very bright and unpleasant light.
C.a long angry look.
D.a very shining light.
3.We worry about whether or not someone is looking at us ______.
A.to protect ourselves
B.for fear of not reacting well
C.for fear of hurting our vanity
D.to avoid losing the opportunity to make friends
4.What is the author’s tone in the last paragraph?
A.Critical.
B.Comforting.
C.Humorous.
D.Encouraging.

收藏 纠错 题号:8718247 题型:阅读理解 日期:2018-08-07 试题难度:中等 组卷:34次

    Shortly after my daughter Ann was born, I started a loving tradition that I know others have also started. I tell you the idea here both to open your heart with the warmth of my story and also to encourage you to start this tradition within your own family.
    Every year, on her birthday, I write an annual letter to my daughter. I fill it with funny stories that happened to her that year, hardships or joys, issues that are important in my life or hers, world events, my predictions for the future, etc. I add to the letter photographs, presents, report cards and many other types of mementos (纪念品) that would certainly have otherwise disappeared as the years passed.
    I keep a folder in my desk drawer in which, all year long, I place things that I want to include in the envelope containing her next annual letter. Every week, I make short notes of what I can think of from the week’s events that I will want to recall later in the year to write in her annual letter. When her birthday approaches, I take out that folder and find it overflowing with ideas, thoughts, poems, cards, treasures, stories, incidents and memories of all sorts—many of which I have already forgotten—and which I then eagerly write into that year’s annual letter.
    Once the letter is written and all the treasures are inserted into the envelope, I seal it. It then becomes that year’s annual letter. On the envelope I always write “annual letter to Ann from her daddy on the occasion of her nth birthday—to be opened when she is 18 years old”. It is a time capsule of love from every different year of her life to her as an adult. It is a gift of loving memories from one generation to the next. It is a permanent record of her life written as she is actually living it.
1.Why does the author share his loving tradition with the readers?
A.To show off his creativity.
B.To open his heart to his daughter.
C.To encourage readers to follow his example.
D.To introduce how to write an annual letter.
2.You may find all the following in the annual letter EXCEPT ______.
A.funny stories that happened to the family
B.important issues in the daughter’s life
C.photographs, presents, report cards
D.things that happened in the world
3.It can be inferred from the passage that ______.
A.so far only the author has done this way
B.the letters are designed to be read every year
C.the letters will be published on his daughter’s 18th birthday
D.the letter can serve as reminders of his daughter’s life
4.What would be the title of the passage?
A.The Annual Letters
B.My Daughter Ann
C.My Preparations for the Future
D.A Careful Daddy

收藏 纠错 题号:8718256 题型:七选五 日期:2018-08-07 试题难度:中等 组卷:33次

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。
    I spend too much time on Twitter. And, frankly, it’s awful. Every day is like wading through a sea of mud to try and find a cupcake. ①You know, sometimes, it’s covered in mud.
    ②It becomes the channel by which I and others share our work, by which I survey people outside of my immediate social circle for ideas, by which I attack people I don’t know.
    It also is a total waste of time, and for someone with a history of brain tumors, I should really know better. I spend hours on Twitter — and online in general — every day. I argue that I don’t have time to work out or do laundry. ③And half of them aren’t even real people.
    In honor of my wasted morning, and what unavoidably feels like will be my wasted life, I’ve written some articles to better reflect reality — on Twitter.
    I’m currently procrastinating (拖延) from working on a new book proposal which — wait for it — will require me to spend more time on Twitter. To quote from Luke O’Neil’s brilliant article about our addiction to the Internet and all its ills, “ ④” Anyway, if you need me, I’ll … ⑤
    Jesus Christ.
A.  I’ll be on holiday.
B.  I’ll probably be on Twitter.
C.  For a writer like me, Twitter becomes a sort of necessary evil.
D.  I also argue that people should spend more time on real things.
E.  And even when you find it, you may find it impossible to eat it.
F.  Our life, sadly, has been messed up by this wonderful invention.
G.  But at the same time, I spend hours fighting with people on a website.

收藏 纠错 题号:8718281 题型:完形填空 日期:2018-08-07 试题难度:中等 组卷:35次

    One winter term during college, I took a history class to fulfill a requirement.
    The professor was a strange fellow with     1     hair. He would walk     2     into the room wearing his hooded (带帽的) winter coat, not even once removing the hood during the     3    . He was terribly nervous in class and lowered his head,     4     looking up through his glasses at his students.
So I     5     a little game for myself. I would try to find     6     in his lecture to ask him an intelligent question about, forcing myself to pay attention     7     letting my eyes close. He was clearly     8     to have a question to answer. In fact, his answers were always     9    .
    I continued to do this every day of the course and found myself actually enjoying the     10    . The professor seemed to become a bit more     11     and some of the other students even     12     from time to time. My little     13     had saved me from being bored, as it was designed to do. And I learned quite a bit about ancient world history. Despite his strange     14    , he was indeed quite an expert in his field.
    When his last class was over, we put away our books and     15     for the door. The shy, strange and red-haired professor     16     directly in front of me, with obvious efforts, and reached out his hand,     17     I reached the door. He said, “I want to thank you for making this class so interesting.” He shook my hand and     18     for the first time. I was so surprised. To me, it had been a pleasant way to     19     the time. I had no idea that my question asking had any     20     on him or the others at all.
    Each of us, through the things we say and do, can have a great effect not just on our own experiences, but those of others.
1.A.red    B.black    C.gray    D.white
2.A.happily    B.shyly    C.slowly    D.calmly
3.A.course    B.night    C.history    D.break
4.A.eventually    B.simply    C.rarely    D.skeptically
5.A.bought    B.sold    C.continued    D.created
6.A.everything    B.anything    C.something    D.nothing
7.A.other than    B.rather than    C.more than    D.better than
8.A.annoyed    B.pleased    C.worried    D.terrified
9.A.interesting    B.false    C.important    D.disappointing
10.A.lecture    B.experiment    C.winter    D.summer
11.A.concerned    B.relaxed    C.reasonable    D.anxious
12.A.fell behind    B.gave up    C.joined in    D.looked back
13.A.expert    B.professor    C.success    D.game
14.A.hobby    B.explanation    C.secret    D.appearance
15.A.searched    B.waited    C.headed    D.cared
16.A.stepped    B.fell    C.apologized    D.greeted
17.A.though    B.when    C.unless    D.because
18.A.required    B.regretted    C.cried    D.smiled
19.A.waste    B.save    C.fix    D.pass
20.A.result    B.guidance    C.effect    D.mercy

收藏 纠错 题号:8718293 题型:语法填空 日期:2018-08-07 试题难度:中等 组卷:38次

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。
    Rooftops covered with plants, ①are called “green roofs”, can help fight global warming.
    Green roofs are growing more popular in cities, with ②number of green roofs increasing in the United States. Germany ③(consider) the leader in green roofing, where about 12 percent of all flat roofs are green.
    These roofs can ④(obvious) reduce heating and air conditioning costs. Moreover, green roofs last two to three times longer than standard roofs. In addition to ⑤(take) in pollution and noise, the plants in green roofs naturally absorb carbon dioxide. ⑥, nobody has measured the potential effect of green roofs on carbon dioxide levels until now.
    Scientists found that replacing ⑦(tradition) roofing materials with green roofs in an urban area the size of Detroit would take in more than 55,000 tons of carbon. That is similar ⑧getting rid of a year’s amount of carbon dioxide sent out by 10,000 mid-sized SUVs and trucks.
    The ⑨(challenge) which green roofs now face in the United States are something about policy and costs. It takes about 11 years ⑩(make) ends meet.

收藏 纠错 题号:8718310 题型:短文改错 日期:2018-08-07 试题难度:中等 组卷:32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:把多余的词用斜钱(\)划掉。
修改:在错的词下画一横线,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。
    In order to make best of learning materials, the Students’ Union of our school is planning an activity.The school–leavers are called on to give away our used books to the student in the lower grades. The idea, which is intended to promote friendship and encouraged a low–carbon lifestyle, are highly praised by the teachers and students alike. The activity will be hold on the first floor of the school library and so it will last eleven days, from June 10 to 20. As a student, I am strong for the activity because it is very meaningful and helpful. Instead, I hope that this kind of activity will continue every year by the future.

收藏 纠错 题号:8718317 题型:书面表达 日期:2018-08-07 试题难度:中等 组卷:31次

假定你是李华,即将高中毕业。你从网站上看到某文化机构的一则招聘启事。请你根据该招聘启事的内容用英语写一封申请信。
招聘启事职位:志愿教师
工作内容:向本市外国人传播中国传统文化
  1. 要求:
  2. 1. 英语口语流利;
  3. 2. 熟悉多种中国传统文化;
  4. 3. 授课方式:现场讲座
注意:
1.词数 100 左右;
2.可适当增加细节,以使行文连贯;
3.信的开头和结尾已为你写好,不计入总词数。
Dear Sir or Madam,
____________________________________________________________________________________________________
____________________________________________________________________________________________________
____________________________________________________________________________________________________
Yours,
Li Hua
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