[ID:4-5899850] 天津市红桥区2019届高三下学期二模考试英语试题 PDF版
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天津市红桥区 2019 年高三二模 高三英语 (共分 II 卷,满分 130 分,考试时间 100 分钟) 第 I卷 (满分 95 分) 第一部分:英语知识运用(满分 45 分) 第一节:单项填空(共 15个小题,每小题 1 分,满分 15分) 从 A、B、C、D四个选项中,选出可以填入空白处的最佳选项。 1.一How was your trip to Xi’an last month? 一______. It was raining cats and dogs during my stay there. A. Wonderful B. Exciting C. Not bad D. It couldn’t be worse 2. 一 May I speak to Mr. Smith? 一 I am afraid not. He is at a meeting now. It’s not ______. A. reliable B. convenient C. beneficial D. available 3. The Chinese government has begun a campaign to ______ the crazy housing market. A. calm B. destroy C. occupy D. reflect 4. —Shall we go for a picnic this Saturday? —______. Will next Saturday be OK? A. Sure, it’s up to you B. Sure, it’s no problem C. Sorry, I can’t make it D. Sorry, I’m not available today 5. Don’t worry. The hard work that you do now ______ later in life. A. will be repaid B. was being repaid C. has been repaid D. was repaid 6. —How did she lose so much weight as expected? —______ eating less, she jogged for several miles every day. A. In addition to B. In spite of C. Instead of D. Thanks to 7. We did have a quarrel about money last night, but now we have already ______. A. taken up B. put up C. made up D. brought up 8. With Mother’s Day around the corner, I have taken some money out of the bank ______ presents for my mother. A. buy B. to buy C. buying D. having bought 9. —What does PM 2.5 mean? —It’s a professional ______ indicating the condition of air pollution. A. number B. mark C. term D. item 10. ______ equal opportunities, both Frank and Billy may accomplish the task. A. Given B. Giving C. To give D. to be given 11. It is obvious to the students ______ they should get well prepared for their future. A. as B. that C. which D. whether 12. The weather turned out to be fine. I ______ the trouble to carry the umbrella with me. A. should have taken B. must have taken C. couldn’t have taken D. needn’t have taken 13. I’m very grateful to my high school teachers, without ______ help I wouldn’t be so excellent. A. their B. whom C. whose D. which 14. — My son is addicted to computer games. He is hopeless, isn’t he? — Yes, ______ he is determined to give up and start all over. A. if B. unless C. though D. so 15. — What happened to the young trees we planted last week? — The trees ______ well, but I didn’t water them. A. might grow B. needn’t have grown C. would grow D. would have grown 第二节:完型填空(共 20个小题,每小题 1.5 分,满分 30分) 阅读下面短文,掌握其大意,然后从 16~35各题所给的 A、B、C、D四个选项中,选 出最佳选项。 Once, when I was a teenager, my father and I were standing in line to buy tickets for the circus. 16 , there was only one family between us and the ticket counter. This family made a big 17 on me. There were eight children, all probably under the age of 12. You could 18 they weren’t rich. Their clothes were not expensive but they were 19 . The children were 20 , all of them standing in line, two-by-two behind their parents, 21 hands. They were 22 jabbering (喋喋不休地说) about the clowns, elephants, and other acts they would see that night. One could 23 they had never been to the circus before. It 24 to be a highlight of their young lives. The ticket lady asked the father how many tickets he wanted. He proudly 25 , “Eight for children and two for adults, please.” The ticket lady told him the price. The mother’s head 26 , and her lip began to tremble. The father leaned a little 27 and asked, “How much did you say?” The ticket lady 28 the price. The man didn’t have enough money. Seeing this, my dad put his hand into his pocket, 29 a $20 bill and dropped it on the ground. (We were not wealthy in any case of the world!) Then he 30 down, picked up the bill, tapped the man on the shoulder and said, “Excuse me, sir, this fell out of your pocket.” The man knew what was going on. He wasn’t begging for a handout (施舍 物) 31 certainly 32 the timely help in such an 33 situation. He took my father’s hand in both of his, squeezed tightly onto the $20 bill, and with a tear running down his cheek, he replied, “Thank you, sir. This really 34 a lot to me and my family.” My father and I went back to our car and 35 home. We didn’t go to the circus that night, but we didn’t go without. 16. A. Immediately B. Finally C. Hopefully D. Suddenly 17. A. difference B. effort C. impression D. suggestion 18. A. tell B. agree C. believe D. suppose 19. A. shabby B. simple C. common D. clean 20. A. polite B. lovely C. well-behaved D. badly-behaved 21. A. holding B. shaking C. putting D. waving 22. A. bravely B. excitedly C. bitterly D. honestly 23. A. know B. understand C. judge D. sense 24. A. decided B. recommended C. promised D. allowed 25. A. laughed B. responded C. commented D. announced 26. A. dropped B. bent C. shook D. nodded 27. A. nearer B. harder C. tighter D. closer 28. A. refused B. recited C. repeated D. reduced 29. A. put out B. pulled out C. picked out D. gave out 30. A. jumped B. lay C. knocked D. reached 31. A. but B. and C. or D. so 32. A. offered B. admired C. rejected D. appreciated 33. A. interesting B. embarrassing C. enjoyable D. unbelievable 34. A. pays B. costs C. gives D. means 35. A. went B. got C. drove D. walked 第二部分 阅读理解(共 20个小题,每小题 2.5 分,满分 50分) 阅读下列短文,从每题所给的 A、B、C、D四个选项中,选出最佳选项。 A Singapore Swimming Lessons My son was a water phobic but he recently won the swimming competition held by his school! Three years ago, my family and I were invited to a house warming party. My son, who didn’t know how to swim, accidentally fell into the swimming pool while he was playing with the other kids around the pool side area. He looked at me and shouted for help continuously, scared to death. I felt so helpless as I wasn’t able to swim as well. I decided to sign my son as well as myself up for private swimming lesson through Happy Fish Swim School. The instructor was patient and friendly and helped my son overcome his phobic of water. Now, my entire family is able to swim and we still head to the pool every week! From: Mrs Cheng (Bedok, Singapore) Our swimming Instructor Our swimming lessons are conducted by professional swimming instructors certified by Singapore Sport Council (SSC) and Singapore Swimming Teachers’ Association (SSTA). They are fully trained in CPR and Life-Saving skills to ensure the safety of all students (that means you). Why Shouldn’t You Learn Swimming with Happy Fish? *We have a powerful teaching system to conduct ALL swimming lessons. This will save your time and unnecessary costs of learning from different instructors and ending up being no good! *You may choose your preferred timing and location for your swimming lesson. Learn how to swim in spite of your busy schedule. *We organize group swimming lessons at almost all public swimming pools. Meet new friends and learn new skills at the same time! *We also provide swimming lessons at your convenience. You can be assured of 100% attention from your personal swimming instructor throughout your lesson. We will travel to your designed location at your preferred timing to conduct swimming lessons just for you. Hurry! Join us for the fun in the water today! 36. The underlined part “was a water phobic” in the letter means ________. A. had to be far away from water B. especially liked to drink water C. had a strong fear of water D. had a particular interest in water 37. A letter from Mrs Cheng is used to ________. A. show the necessity for the children to learn swimming B. advise parents to take good care of their children C. warn people to be careful when learning to swim D. show the importance of making good preparations before learning to swim 38. What is stressed in the paragraph “Our swimming Instructor”? A. The training quality. B. The life-saving methods. C. The swimming certificates. D. The safety guarantee. 39. We can learn that changing programs and instructors ________. A. can often help you make rapid progress B. can often help you save a lot of money C. is encouraged by all swimming programs D. might cost you unnecessary money 40. According to the text, the group swimming lessons _________. A. are organized at personal swimming pools B. can help you make more new friends C. are only provided at the appointed places and time D. are too expensive for ordinary people to afford B A few years ago, my younger sister and I were the first to board our flight for Norfolk, Virginia. Just as we were about to board the plane, a mechanic came out of the aircraft and blocked the door with his arms. He turned to the flight attendant and hurriedly stated, “We got problems!” I thought to myself, “Why did I have to be the one to hear that? Why couldn’t I have been at the back of the line? I didn’t need to know that!” Very soon we were back in the terminal, waiting, and then finally back on the plane. I waited for the pilot to give an explanation. Pilots take courses to ease passengers’ mind, right? They know what to say to calm nerves. Unfortunately, I didn’t think this pilot took that course. Soon his voice thundered throughout the plane, “Sorry for the delay, ladies and gentlemen. We had no power on the plane. We have a generator on the ground right now, and we’re going to jump---start the engines. Once we get them going, we’ll get up in the air and head to Norfolk, and see what happens.” See what happens? We were going to get up in the air, and see what happens? Couldn’t we have another plan, one that’s been worked out just a little better? At this point, all I could do was to laugh nervously. One woman started yelling, “Oh no! We’re going to crash!” There were sighs of desperation and anxiety spreading throughout the cabin. Finally, we got up in the air thirty minutes later, and what happened? Nothing ---other than thrust (推力) and lift. We arrived in Norfolk, and no sooner had the wheels touched the ground than a round of applause burst out, as everyone throughout the airplane breathed a sigh of relief at the same time. Although, I did sincerely like to have a plan better than “see what happens” worked out when flying --- it really isn’t such a bad life strategy. Success will never be guaranteed. The best thing you can do is just get up in the air, and see what happens. Sometimes adjustments would be made in the air, or shall we say, in the middle of the process. 41. The purpose of the text is to ________. A. introduce a frightening flight experience B. prove that taking a plane is dangerous C. show a way of making plans D. tell readers a life strategy 42. What event was beyond the author’s expectation? A. The mechanic explained the problems to the passengers. B. The pilot said nothing to calm the passengers. C. The passengers arrived in Norfolk safely. D. The flight was delayed for half an hour. 43. Having known the problems, many passengers ________. A. felt desperate and anxious B. stood up and started yelling C. waited calmly for the problems to be solved D. complained about the mechanic’s carelessness 44. From the text we can learn that ________. A. some passenger were sleeping all the way on the plane B. the passengers arrived in their destination safely as planned C. the author and his younger sister were the last to board the plane D. the passengers clapped their hands once the plane landed safely 45. Which opinion would the author most probably hold? A. To ensure success, don’t get started before you’ve got everything ready. B. To avoid repeating failure, give yourself all the reasons why you can’t. C. To set up a business, don’t wait until you have everything you need. D. To achieve success, try to prepare for the worst. C Each year, millions of children around the world are unable to go to school. To draw attention to this widespread problem, the United Nations (UN) is putting education first. Recently, the UN screened a documentary film called Back to School. The film is the second in a series of documentaries (纪录片) for the project Time for School. These films follow seven children from seven different countries. This 12-year project began in 2006, when the children first started school. “This is something we could do to help the education crisis in the world,” said producer and writer Judy Katz. “Documentary film-makers can get deeply involved in a problem and do something about it.” More than 100 million children will never set foot in a school. Sixty percent of those children are girls. Cheryl Faye,head of the UN Girls Education Initiative,spoke about the many factors that prevent girls from getting an education. One problem is the long distance many children must travel to get to school. Also,girls in many cultures are traditionally expected to marry early and work to help their families. “We need to make a special effort for girls,” Faye said. As part of the UN’s Millennium goals,the organization wants every single child to get at least an elementary education by 2018. Students from Lawrence Middle School in New York were deeply moved after they saw the film. The seventh grade class is raising money to help build a library on the outskirts of Nairobi, Kenya (肯尼亚), where Joab—a child in the documentary—lives. The class teacher, Karen Weiner, and the class are known in their school as the “Kenya crew”. All the kids were really happy to support Joab and said they felt great about their fund-raising efforts. Like the seventh graders at Lawrence Middle School, kids can work together to make a difference in places like Nairobi. By raising money for education,kids can help children on the other side of the world have a chance of a better, happier life. 46.What’s the purpose of the UN screening the documentary film Back to School? A.To raise funds for global education. B.To raise awareness of the need for global education. C.To encourage all the children to come back to school. D.To show the achievements which have been made in the past few years. 47.Special efforts should be made for girls because ________. A.sixty percent of the children in the world are girls B.more than 100 million girls will never go to school C.most of the girls are tired of going to school D.more than one half of the children who never go to school are girls 48.Which of the following could NOT be the factor that prevents girls from getting an education? A.Long distance from school. B.Being born weak. C.Helping work for the family. D.Early marriage. 49.Why are the class teacher,Karen Weiner,and the class considered as “Kenya crew”? A.Because they are trying their great efforts to raise money for the education of Kenya Children. B.Because they are actors in the documentary film Back to School. C.Because they are mostly from Kenya, where the child in the documentary lives. D.Because they all have the same experience as Joab, the Kenya child. 50.The last paragraph mainly discusses ________. A.American middle school students’ desire to go to Kenya B.the content of the documentary film Back to School C.an example of being inspired to take action after seeing the film D.how students from Lawrence Middle School raise money for their education D I’ve just got to talk about this problem I’m having with my postman. It all began a year ago, after the birth of his first child. Not wanting to appear rude, I asked him about the baby. The next week, not wanting him to think I had asked out of mere politeness the week before. I asked all about the baby again. Now I can’t break the habit. I freeze whenever I see him coming. The words “How’s the baby?” come out on their own. It holds me up. It holds him up. So why can’t I stop it? The answer is that I want him to like me. Come to think of it, I want everyone to like me. My sister had the same problem with the caretaker of her block of flats: “All he ever does is complain; he talks at me rather than to me, never listen to a word I say, and yet for some reason I’m always really nice to him. I’m worried in case I have a difficulty one day, and he won’t lift a finger to help.” What about at work? Richard Lawton, a management trainer, warns: “Those managers who are actually liked by most of their staff are always those to whom being liked is not the primary goal. The qualities that make managers popular are being honest with staff, treating them as human beings and observing common politeness like saying hello in the morning.” To explain the point, Richard mentions the story of the company chairman who desperately wanted to be liked and who, after making one of his managers fired, said with moist (湿润的) eyes that he was so, so sorry the man was leaving. The employee replied” “If you were that sorry, I wouldn’t be leaving.” The lesson being, therefore, that if you try too hard to be liked, people won’t like you. The experts say it all starts in childhood. “If children feel they can only get love from their parents by being good,” says Zelda West-Meads, a marriage guidance consultant, “they develop low self-confidence and become compulsive (难以抑制的) givers.” But is there anything wrong in being a giver, the world not being exactly short of takers? Anne Cousins believes there is. “There is a point at which giving becomes unhealthy,” she says. “It comes when you do things for others but feel bad about it.” I am now trying hard to say to people “I feel uncomfortable about saying this, but...”, and tell myself “Refusal of a request does not mean rejection of a person” and I find I can say almost anything to almost anyone. 51.Why does the author ask the postman about his baby? A.He is interested in the baby. B.He wants to create a good impression. C.He wants to be always polite to him. D.It's a way to start a chat with great politeness. 52.What could we find out about the author's sister and the caretaker? A.She doesn't want to risk displeasing him. B.She doesn't pay attention to him. C.He often refuses to help her. D.He is impatient of her overreaction. 53.Managers are more likely to be popular if they ________. A.help the staff with their problems B.make sure the staff do not lose their jobs C.encourage the staff to be polite to each other D.do not make too much effort to be liked 54. what can we learn from this text? A.If you tell the truth, it will not make people like you less. B.If you take time to talk to people, they will like you better. C.You should avoid unpleasant situations where possible. D.You shouldn’t refuse other people’s requests for help. 55.What is the author's intention of writing this passage? A.To show how to let others like you more. B.To prove how to create a harmonious atmosphere. C.To encourage people to have more self-confidence. D.To suggest ways of dealing with difficult people. 第 II 卷 (满分 35 分) 第一节:阅读表达(共 5个小题,每小题 2分,满分 10分) 阅读短文,并按照题目要求用英语回答问题。 I have a friend named John Roberts who owns a horse ranch (牧马场)in San Ysidro. The last time I was there he shared a story with me. “It is a story about a young man who was the son of an itinerant (流动的) horse trainer. When he was a senior,he was asked to write a paper about what he wanted to be and do when he grew up.” “That night he wrote a seven-page paper describing his goal of someday owning a horse ranch. He wrote about his dream in great detail and he even drew a diagram of a 200-acre ranch,showing the location of all the buildings,the stables and the track.” “The next day he handed it in to his teacher. Two days later he received his paper back. On the front page was a large red F with a note that read, ‘See me after class.’” “The boy went to see the teacher after class and asked, ‘Why did I receive an F?’” “The teacher said, ‘This is an unrealistic dream for a young boy like you. You have no money. You come from an itinerant family. You have no resources. Owning a horse ranch requires a lot of money. You have to buy the land. You have to pay for the original breeding stock and later you’ll have to pay large stud fees. There‘s no way you could ever do it.’ Then the teacher added, ‘If you will rewrite this paper with a more realistic goal, I will reconsider your grade.’” “The boy went home and asked his father what he should do. His father said, ‘Look, son, you have to make up your own mind on this. However, I think it is a very important decision for you.’” “Finally, after sitting with it for a week, the boy turned in the same paper, making no changes at all. He stated, ‘You can keep the F and I’ll keep my dream.’” John continued, “I tell you this story because you are sitting in the middle of my 200-acre horse ranch. I still have that school paper framed over the fireplace.” He added, “If I had changed my paper at that time, maybe we would not have the chance to be here talking about the dreams.” 56. What was the boy’s goal described in his seven-page paper? (No more than 8 words) 57. Why did the teacher give the boy an “F”? (No more than 15 words) 58. How did the boy’s father respond to his son’s puzzlement? (No more than10 words) 59. What does the underlined word “unrealistic” in Para.5 mean? (1word) 60. What can we learn from the article? (No more than 20 words.) 第二节:书面表达(满分 25分) 61. 假设你是晨光中学的李津。最近,你校学生会的英语角网站上正在就“新时代要 不要学习雷锋精神”进行讨论。请你根据以下内容要点在讨论区留言。 (1)新时代需要雷锋精神; (2)结合实例说明如何向他学习; (3)号召大家努力学习,培养社会责任感。 注意: (1)词数不少于 100; (2)可根据内容要点适当发挥,以使内容充实、行文连贯; (3)开头已为你写好,不计入总词数; Recently, some people have raised doubt about learning from Lei Feng. ____________ _____________________________________________________________________________ 此处不能答题 高 三 英 语 试 卷 参 考 答 案 2019.5 单项选择: 1-5DBACA 6-10ACBCA 11-15BDCBD 完型填空: 16-20BCADC 21-25ABDCB 26-30ADCBD 31-35ADBDC 阅读理解: 36-40CADDB 41-45DBADC 46-50 BDBAC 51-55BADAC 阅读表达: 56. Owning a horse ranch. / His goal was to own a horse ranch. / To own a horse ranch. 57. Because the teacher thought the boy’s dream unrealistic. / Because the teacher thought it was an unrealistic dream for a young boy. 58. He comforted and encouraged his son. / By encouraging him to make decision (make up his mind) himself. 59. Unpractical/Impractical/Unreasonable. 60. (Open.) Never give up dreams easily. / As long as we stick to our dream and work hard for it, we will surely realize our dream. 书面表达: 61. One possible version: (给分把握:1. 要点是否齐全;结构层次是否清晰;语言是否准确地道。 2. 以 15 分为 基准分,5 分一档,尽可能拉开档次,突出优秀;严把标准,有理有据。) Recently, some people have raised doubt about learning from Lei Feng. Should we still need to learn from him? The answer is surely “yes”. Our society calls for the spirit of Lei Feng. “To live is to serve the people” perfectly explains the real meaning of the long-lasting spirit. Nowadays, with volunteering spirit spreading throughout the world, we students can make use of our spare time to do some voluntary work for those in need and show great concern to people around us. All we need to do is to help others whole-heartedly. We teenagers need to be people who promote the long-lasting spirit. So it is high time that we developed sense of social responsibility and studied hard so that we can live up to our country’s expectations. I’m sure everybody can make a difference. Only in this way can we build a more harmonious society. The world needs love and care. Let’s do as Lei Feng did.
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