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  • 陕西省2019届高三第二次教学质量检测英语试题 (PDF版,无音频及文字材料)

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  • 陕西省2019中考英语复习知识梳理课时检测(内含8年中考题打包44套)

    词汇拓展 1.color (n.)→________ (adj.) 颜色鲜艳的;五彩缤纷的 2.friend (n.)→________ (adj.) 友爱的;友好的→________ (n.) 友谊 3.China (n.)→________ (adj.) 中国的; 中国人的; 汉语的 (n.) 中国人;汉语;语文 4.family (n.)→________ (pl.) 家;家庭 5.photo (n.)→________ (pl.) 照片 →(近义词)照片;图画 6.dictionary (n.)→________ (pl.) 词典;字典 7.I (pron.)→________ (宾格)我 →________ (形容词性物主代词)我的 →________ (名词性物主代词)我的 →________ (反身代词)我自己 8.we (pron.)→________ (宾格)我们 →________ (形容词性物主代词)我们的 →________ (名词性物主代词)我们的 →________ (反身代词)我们自己 9.you (pron.)→________ (宾格)你;你们 →________ (形容词性物主代词)你的;你们的 →________ (名词性物主代词)你的;你们的 →________ (反身代词)你自己 →(反身代词)你们自己 10.it (pron.)→________ (宾格)它 →________ (形容词性物主代词)它的 →________ (名词性物主代词)它的 →________ (反身代词)它自己 11.she (pron.)→________ (宾格)她 →________ (形容词性物主代词)她的 →________ (名词性物主代词)她的 →________ (反身代词)她自己 12.he (pron.)→________ (宾格)他 →________ (形容词性物主代词)他的 →________ (名词性物主代词)他的 →________ (反身代词)他自己 13.they (pron.)→________ (宾格)他(她、它)们 →________ (形容词性物主代词)他(她、它)们的

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  • 陕西省汉中市重点中学2019届高三下学期3月联考英语试题(pdf版含听力音频及材料)



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  • 陕西省榆林市2019届高三下学期高考模拟第一次测试英语试题 扫描版含答案(含听力)

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  • 陕西省西安市阎良区2018-2019学年高二上学期期末教学检测英语试题 pdf版

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C.Windy. 15.Whydidn?tthemangotoBondiBeach? A.Itwasalitleexpensive. B.Theweatherwasbad. C.Hewasfeelingbad. 16.Howmanycountrieshasthemanbeento? A.Five. B.Six. C.Seven. `? 10 c?? , _)? 17 ? 20 * 。 17.WhatwereCharlie?sfriendsexpectedtodo? A.KeepthepartysecretfromCharlie. B.Invitesomeotherfriendstotheparty. C.Makeanimmediatereplytotheinvitation. 18.Wherewasthepartyheld? A.Atamusichal. B.Atadisco. C.Atarestaurant. 19.Whatideadidthespeakerlikebest? ?????????"* -2-( $ 10 % ) A.Playingseventiesmusic. B.Takingphotosofalguests. C.Placingcamerasoneachtable. 20.WheredidthespeakergettoknowCharlie? A.Ataconcert. B.Inabasketbalmatch. C.Ataparty. +"-. : 789: ( 123 , 4. 40 . ) +,3  ( 1 15 5& , 65& 2 . , 4. 30 . ) z{a????? , kfj*gmn9 A、B、C、D ?iA;l , ApqrA; , ]?)*34 2?A;HL 。 A BobDylan,the75?year?oldrocklegendreceivedtheNobelPrizeforhavingcreatednewpoetic expressionswithinthegreatAmericansongtradition.SaraDanius,permanentsecretaryoftheSwedish Academy,saidDylanhadbeenchosenbecausehewasagreatpoetintheEnglishspeakingtradition. Dylan,bornonMay24,1941isanAmericansongwriter,singer,artist,andwriter.Hehasbeen influentialinpopularmusicandcultureformorethanfivedecades.Muchofhismostcelebratedwork datesfromthe1960s.EarlysongssuchasTangledupinBlue,BlowingintheWingandTheTimesArea? Changingbecameanthems( ?? )fortheAmericancivilfightsandanti?warmovements.Leavingbehind hisinitialbaseintheAmericanfolkmusicrevival( ?? ),hissix?minutesingleLikeaRolingStone, recordedin1965,enlarged( ?? )therangeofpopularmusic. Dylan?slyrics( ?¤ )includeawiderangeofpolitical,social,philosophical,andliteraryfeatures.His recordingcareer,spanningmorethan50years,hasexploredthetraditionsinAmericansong—fromfolk, blues,andcountrytorockandrol,androckabilytoEnglish,Scotish,andIrishfolkmusic,embracing evenjazzandtheGreatAmericanSongbook.Dylanperformswithguitar,keyboards,andharmonica. Backedbyachanginglineupofmusicians,hehastouredsteadilysincethelate1980sonwhathasbeen caledtheNeverEndingTour.Hisaccomplishmentsasarecordingartistandperformerhavebeencentral tohiscareer,butsongwritingisconsideredhisgreatestcontribution. Since1994,Dylanhaspublishedsixbooksofdrawingsandpaintings,andhisworkhasbeen exhibitedinmajorartgaleries.Asamusician,Dylanhassoldmorethan100milionrecords,makinghim oneofthebest?selingartistsofaltime.HehasalsoreceivednumerousawardsincludingelevenGrammy Awards,aGoldenGlobeAward,andanAcademyAward.InMay2012,DylanreceivedthePresidential MedalofFreedomfromPresidentObama. 21.WhywasBobDylanawardedtheNobelPrize? A.Becauseheinventedmanymusicexpressions. ?????????"* -3-( $ 10 % ) B.Becausehislyricsinhissongsrhymedlikepoems. C.BecausehisworkshadthecharacteristicsofRock. D.BecausehechangedtheEnglishspeakingtradition. 22.WhichofDylan?sworksexpandedtheareaofpopularmusic? A.LikeaRolingStone.          B.BlowingintheWind. C.TangledupinBlue. D.TheTimesArea?Changing. 23.Accordingtothepassage,BobDylancanbebestdescribedas . A.stupidandcruel B.talentedandsocialyresponsible C.thoughtfulandcold?hearted D.lazyandambitious B When8?year?oldLilyBiceofDiamondhead,Mississippi,heardfamiliesinTexaslosteverything becauseofHuricaneHarvey,shewantedtohelp. Herparents,E.J.andMelissaBice,werediscussinggoingtoHoustontohelptherecoveryeforts. Sheoverheardtheirconversationanddecidedshewasgoingtogatherapileoftoystodonatetothe childrenwhosebelongings( ?? )hadbeendestroyedinthefloodwaters. “WewentthroughHuricaneKatrina12yearsagosoweknowtheheartacheandthelossof everything,”herdad,E.J.Bice,toldABCNews.“Wewerediscussingitandshejustwenttoherroom andstartedgrabbingherowntoysandputingtheminabag.” Amongthepileoftoysshewasdonatingwasoneofherfavoritedols,alongwithahandwritennote thatispulingatheartstrings. “DearLitleGirl,Ihopeyoulikemynewdolandherthings,”thenoteread.“Takegoodcareof herandhavefun.Shewasagoodfriendtomeandwilbeagreatfriendtoyou.” Hisdaughter?skindactionencouragedE.J.BicetoheadtoHoustonFridaywithagroupoffriendsto servefoodtothevictimswhohadlosttheirhomes.Andhe?stakingsomepreciouscargo( §? )withhim. “Thedoliscomingwithme,”hesaid.“I?mkindofnervous.Idon?tknowwhotogiveitto.” Lily?smom,MelissaBice,saideventhoughherdaughterwasn?taroundtoexperienceHuricane Katrina,herdaughterisan“oldsoul”whounderstandsthesuferingpeopleinTexasareexperiencing. “Sheunderstandsmorethanan8?year?oldchildnormalydoes,”saidtheproudmom.“She?salways beenagivingchild.She?srealyintopresentsandmakingthingsforpeopletomakethemhappy.” 24.WhatdidLilyBice?sparentsdecidetodotohelpthevictimsofHarvey? A.Colectmoneyforthem. B.Postsomefoodtothem. C.Visitthemandoferhelp. D.Getmorepeopletohelpthem. 25.WhydidLilyBice?sparentswanttodrivetoHouston? ?????????"* -4-( $ 10 % ) A.TheylosteverythinginHuricaneHarvey. B.Theirbelongingshadbeendestroyedinthefloodwaters. C.Theyexperiencedasimilarhuricane. D.Theirdaughterstronglyurgedthemtodoso. 26.WhatelsedidLilyBiceputintothebagalongwithhertoys? A.Abookshehadread. B.Anoteshehadwriten. C.Aphotographofherown. D.Somecoinsshecolected. 27.WhichwordcanbestdescribeLily?spersonality? A.Selfish.      B.Indiferent.    C.Determined.   D.Warm?hearted. C Manyyearsago,whenwefirstwenttoCanada,weweredrivingthroughMontanatoColoradowithour twochildren.Wethoughtwewouldfindamotel(? ??? )onthewayandhadnotmadeabooking.Asit wasgetinglate,westartedlookingforamotel,onlytofindthatalwerebooked. Finaly,around9p.m.,westoppedatagasstationtofilupongas.Myhusbandaskedforaphone bookandtoldthewomanatthecounterthatweweretryingtofindamotel.Hetriedfor15minutes.When hewasunsuccessful,thewoman,Linda,saidsheandherfamilylivednearbyandwouldbehappyifwe spentthenightatherhome. Myhusbandwasstunnedatherofer.Shecaledhersontodirectus,sinceshehadtostayatthegas stationtilmidnight. Whenwereachedtheirhome,herhusbandgreetedus.Hetookouttwosleepingbagsforthechildren.He invitedustohavecofeeandchatwhilewewaitedforhiswife.Whenshecameback,weaskedifwecouldslip awayinthemorningsoasnottodisturbthem.Theysaidwewerenowguestsandwewouldhavetohave breakfastwiththem. Wewokeuptoatablesetforbreakfast.They?dmadeamountainofpancakesandbacon.Weate breakfast,andwhenwewereleaving,myhusbandaskedifhecouldofersomepayment. Theyinsistedweweretheirguests.Weleftmovedbytheirspiritofhospitality( ?? ).Wewere amazedthattheywouldtakeinafamilyoftotalstrangersfromadiferentcountry.Wekeptintouchfor manyyears.Overtheyears,welosttouch,buthaveneverforgotentheirkindness. 28.Whatmadetheauthorupsetatfirst? A.Theyranoutofgas. B.Theyhadnowheretostay. C.Theywerelatefordinner. D.TheygotlostinCanada. 29.Whatdoestheunderlinedword“stunned”inParagraph3mean? A.Troubled. B.Disappointed. C.Confused. D.Surprised. ?????????"* -5-( $ 10 % ) 30.Whatdidtheauthor?sfamilydothenextmorning? A.Theypaidfortheirbreakfast. B.Theymetsomestrangers. C.Theyhadabigbreakfast. D.Theyslippedaway. 31.Whatisthebesttitleforthetext? A.Unexpectedkindness B.BeKindtoStrangers C.LookingforaMotel D.AKindWoman D Micro?plasticparticles( ???°± )appeartobekilingfishbecausesomebabyfishprefertoeat theparticlesratherthantheiractualfood,researchershavewarned. Withfearsthattheamountofplasticintheoceanscouldsoonequaltheweightoffishinthesea, scientistshavebecomeincreasinglyconcernedabouttheefectsonthemarine( ??9 )environment. NowastudypublishedinthejournalSciencehasfoundthatbabyperch(? ? )wilactivelychooseto eatplasticovertheplankton( ?·?? )theywouldnormalyfeedon.Theresearcherssaidthisgreatly increaseddeathratesoftheperch,stoppingtheirgrowthandappearingtochangeusualybehavior.For example,theyarelosingtheabilitytosmelapredator( ??? ),whichmakesthem muchmore vulnerable. ProfessorPeterEklov,aco?authoroftheSciencepaper,said:“Thisisthefirsttimeananimalhas beenfoundtoprefertoeatplasticparticlesoverfood.Increasesinmicro?plasticpolutionintheBalticSea anddecreasesofthecoastalbasicspecies( ?? )haverecentlybeennoticed.Whenplacedinatank, perchexposedtomicro?plasticwereeatenfourtimesmorequicklythanperchthathadnotbeeneating plastic.” FelowresearcherOonaLpnnstedtstressedtheefectsoffisheatinglargeamountsofplasticwere likelytobefeltthroughoutthefoodchain.“Ifearlylife?historystagesofotherspeciesaresimilarly afectedbymicro?plastics,thiswilinturnincreasedeathrates,sotheefectsonmarineecosystemscould belasting,”shesaid. Micro?plasticisproducedbecauselargerpiecesofplasticwastearebrokendownintheenvironment, butlargequantitiesofmicrofibers( ??? )from syntheticclothes—materialsessentialymadeof plastic—areproducedeachtimetheyarewashedandaresmalenoughtopassthroughwastewater treatmentplantsandgetintothesea. Cosmetics( ??? )companiesarealsocontinuingtoputmicro?plasticpiecesintotheirproducts,but theindustrysaysitwiltrytostopusingthemby2020. 32.Whatarethescientistsworiedabout? A.Thelossoffoodsources. B.Therisingwatertemperature. ?????????"* -6-( $ 10 % ) C.Largeamountsofplasticintheocean. D.Fishesgrowingbiggerandbigger. 33.Theunderlinedword“vulnerable”inparagraph3probablymeans“ ”. A.easilyharmed B.strong C.active D.welprotected 34.Whatcanweknowfromthetext? A.Onlyspeciesthateatplasticparticleswilbeafected. B.Fishfarmingcontributesmuchtothepolutionofthefoodchain. C.Micro?plasticmeansthebreakdownoflargepiecesofplastic. D.Productsusedinourdailylifemayproducemicro?plastic. 35.Whatwouldbethebesttitleforthetext? A.Let?sProtecttheMarineAnimals. B.FishPrefertoEatPlasticoverFood. C.TheEfectsofPlasticPolution. D.TheOceansAreFulofMicro?plasticParticles. +"3  ( 1 5 5& , 65& 2 . , 4. 10 . ) ????8? , k??g9A;lAp?=????9qrA; 。 A;lh?;-??A; 。 Bringsmartisnotonlyanicebonusbutalsoanecessity.Thegoodnewsisthatit?spossibleto becomesmarterifyoustayconsistentandfolowthestepsbeloweveryday. ●  36  Hundredsnewthingsarediscoveredorinventedeveryday.Therealwayssomething newtolearnandexplore.Therefore,don?tthinkyoualreadyknowenoughandthereisnothingyoushould askaquestionabout.Keepabsorbingnewinformationbyaskingsmartquestionsandobtaininggreat answers. ● Suroundyourselfwiththebest.  37  Chancesarethatyouwon?tbeabletoimprove yourselfifyougetaroundpeoplewhoholdyouback.Hangoutwithpeoplesmarter,stronger,andbeter thanyou.Buildconnectionswiththesuccessful,ambitious,andinspiringpeople. ● Runablog.Oneofthebestwaystogetbeteratcertainthingsandlearnsomethingistoteach someoneelse.Teachinghelpsyouprocess,digest,andreflectontheinformationyou?velearned.Starta blog.  38  Shareyourknowledgewithothersinterestedinthesamethings.Trytoteachthemthe thingsyouknowbest.Thiswilhelpyoubecomeanexpertinyourfield. ● ReduceTV?watching.TVwon?thelpyouimprove.  39  Learnnewlanguages,takeonline courses,masteramusicalinstrumentorfolowthegreatblogsthatcoverinterestingtopicsyou?reinterested in.Andfinaly,readbooks.Chalengeyourselftoreadforatleast30minutesaday. 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