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2018学年期杭州军中学高三英语题(五)

 

选择部分

 

第一部分:听力(,满分30分)第一节5 1.5满分7.5分)

5 ,对话后有,所给ABC中选出最,  标在试卷的相位置。听完每段对话,你都有10秒钟的时间来答有关小题和阅读下一题。每段对话仅读遍。

 

1.Where is the man trying to go?

 

A.Apark. B.Acafé. C.Apostoffice.

 

2.What will the man probablydo?

 

A.Buya guidebook.

 

B.Cancel the trip toVancouver.

 

C.Borrowa guidebook fromthe library.

 

3. Howmuch will the woman payaltogether?

 

A.Twelve dollars. B. Sixteen dollars. C.Twenty-four dollars.

 

4.Whyis the woman going toTraderJoes now?

 

A.To enjoya specialsale. B.Toavoid all the people. C.To see thefamiliar folks.

 

5. Howmight the woman feel in the end?

 

A.Relieved. B.Tired. C.Anxious.

第二节15每小1.5满分22.5分)

5 独白。每段ABC选出最佳相应或独读各,小题5 秒钟,听完5秒钟话或

听第667 题。

 

6.Whyhas the womanmadeherdecision?

 

A. She cant find parking.

 

B.Transportation is too expensive. C.Getting to work is too difficult.

7.What is the woman mostsatisfied abouthernewplace?

 

A.The size. B.The rent. C.Thepetpolicy.

听第7810题。

 

8.Where does the conversation take place?

 

A.Ata bank. B.At theApple Store. C.Ata postoffice.

 

9.Whatdoes the man claim?

 

A.He was charged less bymistake.

 

B.He was charged too muchfor a purchase.

 

C.He didntmake one of thepurchases on his bill.

 

10.Howmuch should the man pay?


A. $3800. B. $490. C. $380.

听第81113题。

 

11.What will the woman choose to eat?

 

A.Eggs. B. Soycheese. C.Dairy.

 

12.Whatdoes the man think of the womans newdiet?

 

A. Its going to betough.

 

B.Her foodwillall taste bad.

 

C. She wontbe able to eatanything.

 

13.Whatdoes the woman tell the man in the end?

 

A.He is beingrude.

 

B.He should be a vegan aswell.

 

C. She’llmake himsomevegan food.

听第91416题。

 

14.Howdoes the woman get the paperon weekday?

 

A. Itgets delivered to her. B. She reads it in a café. C. She buys iton the street.

 

15.Howmuch will the woman payaccording to the man?

 

A.Around tendollars amonth.

 

B.Around twentydollarsa month. C.Around fortydollars amonth.

16.Howdoes the woman feelabout the mans suggestion?

 

A.Pleased. B.Uncertain. C.Annoyed.

听第10 答第17 20 题。

 

17.Whydidnt the speaker wanta smartphone at first?

 

A. Becauseof its unnecessaryfeature. B.Because of its appearance.

C.Because of the cost.

 

18.Whatdoes the speaker like to do with hersmartphone?

 

A.Chat with her friends. B.Check a map. C.Downloadapps.

 

19.Whatdoes the speaker like mostabouthersmartphone?

 

A.The improved sound. B.Differentapps. C.Theentertainmentonline.

 

20.Whatcan we learn at theend of the talk?

 

A.The speakerpaid $100 for hernewphone. B.Thespeakerdropped herold phonea lot. C.Thespeakers old phone broke often.

 

第二部分:阅读理解(两节,满分35分)第一节(共10个小题每小题2.5分,25分)

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A

 

FromWhatsapp toWeChat, the world has plentyof choices when itcomes to messaging apps thatconnectfriendsandstrangersonthe Internet.Themarketissocrowdedthatforanewcompetitortoevengetnoticed, theydhavetocomeupwithsomethingnew.EnterDieWithMe”,afreshchatappthatcanonlybeused when your smartphone has5% or less batteryleft.

DieWithMeallowstotalstrangerswithlowbattery toenteranonlinechatroomandtalkasthey waitfor theirsmartphonestoshutoffcompletely.Using DieWithMe requires nothingmore thanchoosing ausername firstand allowing the app toread your batterysituation.

Theideabehindtheappwastoturntheterribleexperienceofdealingwithlowphonebattery intoa positiveone.Theappsco-developerDriesDepoortersaid,“Iwasinastrangecity andmy phonebattery was lowwhenIwasonmywaybacktothehotel.Iwasreallystressedaboutthisasnightfell.Atthatmoment,I hadtheideaforanappthatwecouldonly usewhenwehadlowbattery.ButIdidntknowhowitwouldwork until we came up with the idea ofmaking ita public chatroom.”

TheappwasshownbydevelopersDavidSurprenantfromCanadaandDriesDepoorterfrom   Belgium at the InternationalDocumentary FilmFestivalAmsterdam.

AccordingtoDepoorter,theapphassofarrecorded overhalfamillionmessagesinconversations worldwide,withanaverageofeightpeopleinthechatroomatanygiventime.Depoorteralsosaidheand Surprenant intendto make abook with a selection of messages recorded bythe app atsome point in the future.

21Whatcan we learn fromParagraph1?

APeople enjoymaking friends online. BInternetusers long for something new. CMessaging apps face fierce competition.              DWeChathas become verypopular recently.

22Whatmade Depoorter come upwith DieWith Me?

AHis poor sense ofdirection. BHis personalexperience. CThe popularityof chatrooms.              DExtreme stressfromhiswork.

23Whatis the best titleforthe passage?

APopular messaging appson the Internet

BConvenient ways ofusing DieWithMe

CAnapp used onlybysmartphones withlowbattery

DTipsonusingyour smartphone with 5%batteryleft

 

 

B

 

The2014 NobelPrizeforLiteraturewenttotheFrenchnovelistfortheartofmemory withwhichhehas uncoveredthelife-worldoftheoccupationAlthoughthe69-year-oldwriterisaverypopularliteraryfigure inFrancehe is little known elsewhereSowho is thisPatrick Modianowhydoes his memoryhave such an influence upon himand whatexactlyhas he uncovered?

Modianowasborninasuburbof ParisrightafterWorldWarIIendedinEuropein July1945Hisfather was a Jewish-Italian businessman who methis Belgian actress motherduring the Nazioccupation ofParis

As theNewYorkermagazine put itEuropeans born in 1945 share acondition—theyescaped the warbut

“not the taint (污点) of thewar


ModianoslifehasbeeninfluencedbyNaziGermanysoccupationduringthewarandhisfamilys

connections  to  itAccording  to  New  York-based  newspaper  Forwardhis  father  survived  the  War dishonorablyWhenParisJews were brought together tobe sent to concentration campsthe businessman did not join thembutspent the timemaking moneyfromdeals with Nazis on theblack market

“Thenovelisthasaduty torecordthelivesofthepeoplewhohavedisappearedthepeoplewhowere made to disappear,” French writerClemence Boulouquealso anexpert inJewish studiestoldTheNewYorker magazine

InhismorethanthreedozennovelsModianohasreturnedagainandagaintothesamethemesJewishnesstheNazioccupationandlossofidentityHischaracterscollectpiecesofoldevidencehandwritingphotographspolicefilesandnewspapercuttings.HismostadmirednovelMissingPersonis a good exampleIts the storyabouta detective who has losthis memoryHe triesto find outwho hereally

is byfollowing his own steps through history

AlthoughModianoswinisasurpriseoutsideFrancepeople arecelebratinginhishomecountry. Modiano is the 15th French literature winnerAfterLe Clezios 2008 winitseemedunlikelythat there would be anothersosoon

24What is the passagemainlyabout?

AAliteraryfigures personalaffairs.

BAfamous novelists familybackground

CANobelPrize winnerand his literaryachievement

DEuropean peoples sufferings duringWorldWarII

25Whydid Modiano win the NobelPrize?

ABecause of his extraordinarycharacterBBecause ofhis unique wayof recording historyCBecause ofhis charactersunusualexperiencesDBecause of his specialconnections to the war

26Whatcanbe inferred fromthe passage?

AModianos parents weresent to the concentration campBModianos winning theNobelPrizewas beyond expectationCModianos fatherhad nothing to do with the NazisDClemence Boulouque is also ofJewishorigin

 

 

C

DietCokediet Pepsidietpillsno-fatdietvegetabledietWearesurroundedbytheword“diet” everywherewelookandlistenWe havesoeasilybeen attractedbythepromiseandpotentialofdietproducts thatwehavestoppedthinkingaboutwhatdietproductsaredoingtousWe atepayingforproductsthatharm us psychologicallyand physically

DietproductssignificantlyweakenuspsychologicallyOnonelevelwearenotallowingourbrainto admit thatour weightproblems lie not in actuallylosing the weightbut in controllingthe consumption of fattyhigh-calorieunhealthyfoodsDietproductsallowustojumpoverthethinkingstageandgostraightforthe


scale insteadAll we have to do is to swallowor recognize the word“dietin food labels

OnanotherleveldietproductshavegreaterpsychologicaleffectsEvery timewehaveazero-calorie drinkwe are telling ourselves withoutour awareness that we donthave to work to get resultsDietproducts make people believe that gain comes withoutpainand that life can be without resistance and struggle

Thedangerofdietproductsliesnotonly inthepsychologicaleffectsthey haveonusbutalsointhe physicalharmthatthey causeDietfoodscanindirectlyharmourbodiesbecauseconsumingtheminsteadof healthyfoodsmeanswearepreventingourbodiesfromhavingbasicnutrientsDietfoodsanddietpills contain  zero  calorie  only  because  the  diet  industry  has  created  chemicals  to  produce  these  wonder

productsDietproductsmaynotbenutritionalandthechemicalthatgointodietproductsarepotentially

dangerous

Nowthatweareawareoftheeffectsthatdietproductshaveonusitistimetoseriously thinkabout buying themLosing weightlies in the powerof mindsnot in the powerof chemicalsOnce we realize thiswewill bemuchbetterable toresist diet productsandthereforeprevent thepsychological andphysical harm thatcomes fromusing them

27What is the best title for the passage?

ADietProductsAGreatWaytoLoseWeight BDietProducts—AGoodChoice forYour Health CTheDietZoneADangerousPlace DChoosingHealthyFood—A ToughJob

28According to the passagewhatcan weknowaboutthe psychologicaleffects ofdietproducts?

APeople tend to tryoutavarietyof diet foodsBPeople tendto hesitate before theyenjoydiet foodsCPeople tendto payattention to their own eating habitsDPeople tend to watch their weight rather than their diet

29Whatdoes theunderlined part inParagraph 3 mean?

ALosing weight is effortless BItcosts a lot to lose weight.

CDietproducts bring no pain DDietproducts are free fromcalories

30Which of the followingstatements does the author probablyagree with?

AGive ita second thoughtbefore buying dietproducts

BResistall thedietproducts indirectlywhen itcomes to losing weight

CLosing weighthas nothing to do with your determination

DDietproducts guaranteethatour bodies can getbasicnutrients

 

 

第二节(5 2 10 )

文后空白中有

 

ThreeWays to Self-fund College

 

Theideathatparentsshouldpay fortheirchildrenscollegeeducationisaniceone,butitsfarfroma realityformanystudents.            31       Whateverthecasemaybe, itstimetotakea goodlookatyouroptions for funding collegeonyour own.


1.Turn overeverystone.

 

Ifyou’re nota straight-Agenius who couldeasilywin college scholarships, theres good news:    32

 

Check outthesepopularCollegeConfidentialthreadstoseewhichawardsaverageandabove-averagestudents areaimingat.Areyourparentsretirees?Areyouafirst-generationstudent?Isyourfamilyattachedtoany churchorcommunitygroups?(Seriously,therearescholarshipsforallthosethings.)Thesecrettoscoring major cash is following everypossible source of funding.

2.    33  

 

Instead  of  going  straightto  a  four-yearinstitution,  manystudents  are  choosing  to  startoutatan affordable communitycollege and transfer later.        34     Iftheseareoptionsthatcouldworkforyou,just be sure you have a solid plan in place, anddontlet yourselfgetsidetrackedfrom yourgoalofearningacollege degree.

3.Take whatyou can get.

Remember thatnot allvaluable contributions are monetary(与钱. Its time to sitdown with your parentsandhaveaserioustalkaboutotherexpensestheymightbeabletohelpyouwith.       35     You      can saveseveral thousandperyearonhousing.Whataboutbooks,meals,andotherexpenses?Evenrelatively small savingscanbeahugelegupinthe long run.

ATakean alternative route.

BYoudontneed tobe a genius to qualifyfor scholarships. CIf they’re fine about letting you live athome, thats great. DThinkabout if you can afford a price ofaround $10,000 peryear.

ERecent studies showa widespread lack ofunderstanding of thereal costof college.

FSimilarly, some choose to take a year or twooff after high schoolto save upasmuch as possible. GSomeparentsbelievetheresponsibilityofpayingforcollegeshouldfallonthepersonseekingadegree

thatsyou.

 

 

第二部分语言知(共两节,满分45)

第一节(20小题1.530)

阅读后各ABC D 入空项,并在答题卡浙江新高考资料群提供811176101

 

ItwasearlyinthemorningandIcouldntstoplookingatthewomanafewfeetawayfrommeonthe

 

beach. Ihad come to watch the      36     and she wasgetting on mynerves.

 

The woman endlesslytapped on the screenof her cell phone       37   appreciating  the  beautiful  sunrise before us. It was really           38     — great beautywas right before her andshe didnt even   39 .

Inoticed her on the   40     the daybefore whenshewas sitting nextto myfamily. Shejust sat therebaking in the sun withher cell phone inhand, and never         41    .Nowshewasinfrontofthefinest    42   andshe was still lookingdown.Thats a sad wayto           43    , Ithought.

Thenaninnervoicespoketome,You’rejustasdistractedfromlookingatthesunriseassheis.Shes

 

onlydistracted byher phone   44     you’re distracted byyour     45     to look over and judge her.”

 

When Ilooked awayfromthe lady, I 46   something:Icould relax and 47      enjoy   the   masterpiece


before me, and Ididnthaveto   48 abouther.

 

Stop    49   otherpeople.Thereisalwaysatleastonemorefact,whichweknow    50   about,inevery persons    51  .    ForallIknow,thegrandchildofthatwomanwasinhospitalandshewas    52  checkingher phoneforanupdate.    53     maybeshewasgettingemailsaboutabigfinancialdecisionwhydidIcare?

Stoplookingforpeoples     54   .Onlybydoingthat,we’llbeinabetterpositiontoseethebeautiful

 

thingsthatare   55   rightinfrontofus.

 

36Ashow

37Ain favor of

38Astrange

39Abelieve

40Apath

41Ashowed off

Bgame Binsteadof Badventurous Bsmile Bgrass Blooked up

Cvideo Cincase of Cbrilliant Cnotice Cstage Cwentaround

Dsunrise Dinfearof Dharmonious Dremember Dbeach Djoggedround

42Asculpture

43Alive

44Aas

45Awish

46Acontrolled

47Aindependently

48Aworry

49Aopposing

50Aanything

51Asituation

52Afirmly

53AAnd

54Aattitudes

Barchitecture

Bgrow Bif Bgoal

Bcomplained Bfully Btalk Bjudging Bsomething Bmind Bcuriously BBut Bactions

Cscenery

Cchange Cbefore Cability Crealized Cgenerally Cthink Cexamining Ceverything Cpossibilities Cconstantly CSo Cimperfections

Dopportunity

Dwork Dwhile Deffort Dmentioned Dinstantly Dcare Dbothering Dnothing Dstrengths Dproperly DOr Dlimitations

55Ashared                       Bplaced                            Ctreated                               Ddistributed

 

非选题部分

第二节(101.515)

阅读1号内

FayeandMatthewGooding havefiveyoungsonsandownafour-bedroomhouseinan      56   (attract)villagenearLincoln.Alltheseyears,theGoodingshavebeenlivingaperfectlife.Buttheyaresick

57       thelife.Sonowtheyaregivingupalltheir      58   (possess)totraveltheworldwiththeirfiveyoung sons. Theywill leave thismonth andplan to start their travels in Sweden      59     theyhave friends. Their elder sonswillplanwherethey willgonextandthey hopetotraveltosomecountriesasfarasAmerica,Japanand Thailand.MrGoodingsaidthat      60     theywouldntgotoschool,he andFayefeltthey  61     (learn)moreon the  travels.  Mrs    Gooding    added,    People    have    said    Arent    you     62     (concern)    about    your security?          63      (particular)aswehavefivesmallchildren.Itis      64      riskbecausewearegiving upsomuch.Butwecantwait        65     (spend)moretimewithoursonswithoutthestressesofeveryday routines.We dontknow what willhappen, but we doknow if we didntdo this we would always regretit.”


 

第四部分:写作(,满分40分)

第一节15分)为推关中学活选拔

你是请你语写书面

1. 

2.  件;

3.  式。

意:1.  80左右;

2.  加细使贯。

 

 

 

第二节满分25 分)根据内容写一60的内容概

Ifyou’reanythinglikeus,itseemsthatyourstomachstartstogrumbleassoonas McDonaldsgolden archescomeintoview.Thereasonbehindthatisntthemouthwateringtasteoftheirdeliciousfriesthisis howthey getthemtotastesogoodby thewayitsactually psychological,andithastodowiththecolorsof their logo.

Thecolorsredandyellowwerechosenforaspecificreason—andno,itwasntbecausethey lookednice withRonaldMcDonaldsclown-likeface.Itactually hastodowithscience.Thecolorredisstimulatingandis associatedwithbeingactive.Italsoincreasesheartrate,whichhelpstojump-startyourappetite.Thecolor yellowisassociatedwithhappinessandisthemostvisiblecolorindaylight,sothatswhyaMcDonaldssign is so easyto spoton a crowded road.

Thebrainprocessescolorbeforeitprocesseswordsorshapes,sothatswhythefast-foodchainchose thesetwocolorsfortheirlogoandbrand.Redandyellowmakesyouhungry,encouragingyoutowanttobuy the product theysell, while also makingyou feelhappy.

McDonaldshasstartedtousethiscolorphilosophytoinfluenceandchangethewaypeoplecurrently thinkabouttheirbrandaswell.Many franchiseshavestartedtoincorporatemoreofthecolorgreenintotheir storefronts  and  interior  design  because  its  associated  with  nature  and  being  environmentally  friendly, somethingMcDonaldshas beencriticizedfor notbeinginthepast. The companyhasbeenworkingto become greenerbyusing environmentallyfriendlyrefrigeration and converting used oil into biodiesel fuel.

So,nexttimeyoupassaMcDonalds,dontbesurprisedifyoufinditreallyhardtoresistgoinginand

getting a burgerandcoke.


2018学年一学杭州学中学高三英语模试题(五

 

答题卷

 

填空(共20;每小题1.5分,30分)

 

 


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2018第一期杭学军学高英语拟试(五)

 

答案

 

201.5满分30分)

1-5ACBBA 6-10CCABC 11-15BACCB 16-20ACBAB

 

102.5满分25分)

21---23CBC 24---26CBB 27---30CDAA

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36---40:  DBACD4145:BCADA 46--50:CBABD 51---55:ACDCB

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56.attractive 57.of 58.possessions 59.where 60.while/thought/although

61.wouldlearn 62.concerned 63.particularly 64.a 65.tospend

 

 


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The  reason  why  people  cant resist  the  temptation  of  McDonalds  is  psychologically connectedwithcolorsofthelogo.(1)Yellowandredarechosentohelpincreasepeoples appetiteandmakethestoresigneasytospot.(2)Anotherreasonisthatthehumanbrain processescolorbeforewordsorshapes.(3)NowadaysMcDonaldstakeadvantageofthe colorphilosophytobecomemoreenvironmentallybyincorporatingmoregreencolorintotheir storedesign.(要点4)

 

 

 

 

 

 

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