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  • ID:4-7620831 2020广东省中考真题英语word版有答案和音频无听力材料

    初中英语/中考专区/中考真题

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  • ID:4-7584748 南海区2019-2020学年度第二学期期末考试八年级英语试卷(含答案+听力音频 无听力材料)

    初中英语/期末专区/八年级下册

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    初中英语/期末专区/七年级下册

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  • ID:4-7572757 2020广东省中考英语模拟试卷51有答案和音频无听力材料

    初中英语/中考专区/模拟试题

    2020广东省中考英语模拟试卷51 一,听力 A.听单句(本题有5小题,每小题1分,共5分) 根据所听句子的内容和所提的问题,选择符合题意的图画回答问题,并将答题卡上对应题目所选的选项涂黑。每小题听一遍。 ( )1. What is Tim's favorite animal? ( )2. Where did Alice go last Wednesday? ( )3. When did Tom go to the Great Wall!? ( )4. Who is Mandy's best friend? ( )5. How many footballs have Sam had? B.听对话(本题有10小题,每小题1分,共10分) 根据所听内容,回答每段对话后面的问题,在每小题所给的三个选项中选出一-个最佳答案,并将答题卡上对应题目所选的选项涂黑。每段对话听两遍。 听第一段对话,回答第6小题。 )6. What is Bob's favorite sport? B. Swimming. C. Dancing. 听第二段对话,回答第7小题。 )7. Where does the woman want to go? A. To a bookstore. B. To a restroom. C. To a bank. 听第三段对话,回答第8小题。 )8. What is the jacket made of? A. Silk. B. Cotton. C. Paper. 听第四段对话,回答第9小题。 ( )9. How many kinds of noodles does the restaurant have? A. Two. B. Three. C. Four. 听第五段对话,回答第10小题。 ( )10. Who will go to see the movie Monster Hunt 2? A. Jim. B. Alice. C. Jim and Alice. 听第六段对话,回答第11~12小题。 ( )11. What does Lin Tao often read? A. Magazines. B. Newspapers. C. Novels. ( )12. When does Lin Tao recite English new words? A. After going to bed. B. Before going to bed. C. After waking up. 听第七段对话,回答第13~15小题。 ( )13. Where will they go for lunch today? A. At McDonald's. B. At Kung Fu Restaurant. C. At Hong Mei Hotel. ( )14. What is John going to eat for lunch? A. Tomatoes. B. Eggs. C. Beef. ( )15. How will they go to eat lunch? A. By bike. B. On foot. C. By taxi. C.听独白(本题有10小题,每小题1分,共10分) 根据所听内容,在每小题所给的三个选项中,选出一个能完成句子的最佳答案,并将答题卡上对应题目所选的选项涂黑。独白听两遍。 听第一篇独白, 回答第16~20小题。 ( )16. The students say good-bye to each other on_________. A. June 20th B. June 21st C. June 22nd ( )17. At first the students will_________at the school gate at 4:00 p. m. A. take photos B. have dinner C. sing songs ( )18. They will hold the graduation party_________. A. at the sports center B. on the playground C. at the school hall ( )19. At the end of the party they will__________to their teachers. A. send flowers B. send photos C. send fruits ( )20. The speaker mainly wants to tell us the_________of the graduation party. A. rule B. plan C. purpose 听第二篇独白,回答第21 ~25小题。 ( )21. Mr. Smith looked_________on New Year's Eve. A. happy B. worried C. surprised ( )22. Steven's parents sent him to the_________soon. A. hospital B. theater C. park ( )23. It took them nearly_________to go there by bike. A. half an hour B. an hour C. two hours ( )24. They wish to have a_________in the future. A. bus B. tax C. car ( )25. There are_________people in Mr. Smith's family. A. three B. four C. five D.听填信息(本题有5小题,每小题1分,共5分) 你将听到一段有关如何在考试中取得好成绩的短文。请你根据所听内容填写下面的信息卡,并将答案填写在答题卡的相应位置上。短文听两遍。 How to get good grades ●Daily life:26.__________ Work hard_ every day in the term. ●27. _________A few days before an exam: Go to bed early and don't study late at night. ●While taking an exam: Look through the exam paper carefully and try to understand the exact 28.__________ meaning of each question. ●After 29._________ finishing the exam: Check your 30.__________ answers and correct the mistakes if there are any mistakes. 二、语法选择(本大题有10小题,每小题1分,共10分) 阅读下面短文,按照句子结构的语法性和上下文连贯的要求,从各题所给的A、B、C和D项中选出最佳选项,并将答题卡上对应题目所选的选项涂黑。 When I was nine years old, my family made me an ant farm. First, we put some clean sand in_ 31__thin glass box. Then we waited for the ants to arrive. After the ants were in the glass farm, they started to make tunnels (地道). I was _32_that each one knew exactly what to do. Each had its own job._ 33_ the fifth day, a bad thing happened. I put my face so close to the glass farm that I knocked it over. All the tunnels_34_ down. The ants remained alive after their earthquake, but one by one they began to die. I was scared as I watched them give up building their tunnels _35_ the bodies to a corner of the farm. My mother said_36_ the ants were dying of sadness. They simply could not stand that their tunnels _37_. Although much time has passed, I still think of that ant farm. Mom hoped it would teach me about the natural world, but it taught me__ 38__ more. Over the years, I came to realize the importance of teamwork. Working together, the ants were able to make an amazing world for themselves. I also learned that they should be admired for their hard work. But there was an even larger lesson_ 39_ I did not realize until recently: Adversity (逆境)is a natural part of life. Unlike the ants, we__ 40__not give up when we are sad. If a tunnel is gone, build another, Giving up will never be a good choice. ( ) 31. A.a B. an C. the D./ ( ) 32. A. surprise B. surprising C. surprised D. surprisingly ( ) 33. A. With B. On C. In D. At ( ) 34. A. fell B. fall C. will fall D. was falling ( ) 35,carry B. carrying C. carried D. to carry ( ) 36. A. what B. if C. whether D. that ( ) 37. A. go B. are gone C. were gone D. will be gone ( ) 38. A. many B. less C. much D. very ( ) 39. A. who B. which C. whom D. whose ( ) 40. A. may B. need C. can D. would 三、完形填空(本大题有10小题,每小题1分,共10分) 通读下面短文,掌握其大意,然后在每小题所给的四个选项中,选出一个最佳答案,并将答题卡上对应题目所选的选项涂黑。 Once in a small village, lived a family with six children. Two of the children loved painting very much, but the family was too poor to send __41__of them to study at the art college at the same time. After many discussions, the two boys finally __42__ a plan. They would toss (抛) a coin. The_ 43_ would go down into the mines (煤矿) and, with his earnings (赚得的钱), support his brother studying at the college. Then, the winner finished his studies. After four years, he would__ 44__ the other brother studying at the college. James_ 45_ the toss and Jack went down into the mines. James worked with all his heart, and his paintings were much better than others. By the time he graduated, he made a lot of money for his paintings. __46__ James returned home, the family held a big dinner for his great success. Soon after the meal began, James __47__ from his seat to drink a toast (举杯祝酒) to his dear brother. He said,“Jack, now you can go to the art college and your dream will come true. I will take care of you." But Jack said__48__ “Brother, the four years in the mines has done too much to my hands, so it's too_ 49_ . Now I can't even hold a glass." Hot tears came to James' eyes at the words. To show his great love and __50__ , James drew his brother's hands with fingers towards the sky. . He called his drawing The Praying Hands, which became very famous years later, ( ) 41. A. one B. both C. either D. all ( ) 42. A. worked out B. ran out C. took out D. put out ( ) 43. A. winner B. speaker C. loser D. worker ( ) 44. A. agree B. follow C. let D. support ( ) 45. A. lost B. won C. beat D. received ( ) 46. A. Before B. Until C. When D. Since ( ) 47. A. stood up B. sat down C. fell down D. jumped out ( ) 48. A. proudly B. softly C. badly D. carefully ( ) 49. A. early B. useful C. helpful D. late ( ) 50. A. hate B. interest C. respect D. courage 四、阅读理解(本大题有15小题,每小题2分,共30分) 阅读A、B两篇短文,从每小题所给的四个选项中,选出能回答所提问题或完成所给句子的最佳答案,并将答题卡上对应题目所选的选项涂黑。 A Many people think that it can be difficult to make friends living in a big city, especially when you don't know many people. But I spent many years studying social skills, and I found out that it's possible to make friends without even trying. Here are some suggestions for you. ★Be seen without trying to get attention You don't have to say anything interesting to get people's attention. All you have to do is place yourself in environments where people can see you. This can be done anywhere you go, such as the supermarket or your yoga studio. ★Use the power of listening When you listen to other people, they'll keep talking. Just keep giving them good eye contact and show with your body language that you care. Listening can help to build trust and likes. ★Always have 3 good stories to tell others If you have at least a few stories to share with others, you'll never run out of things to talk about when you meet others. ★Smile like there's no tomorrow It may not be natural for us to smile, but a smile is one of the most attractive things that someone can display when they' re meeting new people. Think about those ways above. They're always available if you want to connect with people and develop true lasting friendships. 51. The writer thinks it is________to make friends in cities. A. difficult B. easy C. impossible D. important 52. Listening to others can help you________. A. understand them better B. find out their dislikes C. make friends easier D. build trust and likes 53. When meeting new people,________is very important and attractive. A. eye contact B. smile C. sharing stories D. listening to them 54. The number of suggestions that the writer mentioned in this passage is________. A. four B. three C. two D. one 55. What is the passage mainly about? A. Using the power of listening. B. Trying to get attention. C. Three good stories to tell others D. Ways to make friends. B Earth Day is celebrated every year on April 22nd. But you don't have to wait for Earth Day to take action. You can improve our planet every day of the year. Marcus Deans saw a photograph of a child in Africa drinking dirty water when he was 12.“I couldn't believe that this still happens in the world," he said. Since then, he has been working on a filter (过滤器) that clears dirty things out of water, so people can safely drink clean water. He called the filter NOGOS. It costs just $2 to make. It's made of sugar, sand, and seashells. Now 17, Marcus is in a high school, in Ontario, Canada. He's still working hard at perfecting NOGOS, and he plans to have it manufactured (大规模制造) and sent to communities that need it. It has not been easy.“Sometimes I wanted to give up,”Marcus says. “But what kept me going is that I wanted to find a way for people to drink clean water." Bria Neff, a l2-year-old girl from Sioux Falls, South Dakota, is helping endangered animals. It began four years ago, when she was 8. That's when Bria started painting pictures of animals. She set up an activity, Faces of the Endangered, as a way to sell her pictures. She gave away the money she raised to organizations that care for endangered animals and ecosystems (生态系统). So far, Bria has painted more than 250 pictures and gave away $36,000. Bria has also designed two coloring books about animals. The books are sold at the Great Plains Zoo, in her hometown. Money from the sale of these books helps fund the protection of endangered animals. Do you want to make a difference? No matter how old you are, you can change the world. No idea is too small. 56.________Marcus Deans began to realize the importance of protecting the environment. A. At the age of 9 B. At the age of 10 C.At the age of 11 D. At the age of 12 57. Marcus Deans________people. . A. raised money for B. cleared water for C. painted pictures for D. sold books to 58. Why did Bria Neff raise money ? A. To set up Faces of the Endangered. B. To help the poor in her hometown. C. To care for animals in danger. D. To build the Great Plains Zoo. 59. The underlined word“fund" in the third paragraph means ________. A.资助 B.盈利 C.控制 D.监管 60. The best title for the passage is________. A. Never say“no” B. Let's help endangered animals C. Kid heroes for the planet D. The way for people to drink clean water C 配对阅读。左栏是五位学生在家学习时遇到的问题,右栏是相应的建议,请为左栏每位学生选择一条合适的建议,并将答题卡上对应题目所选的选项涂黑。 ( ) 61. To Jack, the biggest headache of learning online is his very poor Internet connection. And during some online classes, he cannot hear his teachers' voice and he has to reconnect. It takes lots of time. ( ) 62. Sam was excited and listened carefully during the first day of studying online. But very soon he found that his self-discipline was weak. He played games with his mobile phone all the time. ( ) 63. Sally has difficulties in learning English. She always listens to the teacher carefully and does her homework carefully. However, she still cannot understand lots of grammar points. ( ) 64. Learning at home is very boring. Susan misses her teachers and friends. She misses the school days. She is not happy. ( ) 65.Mike studies very hard. But his parents are not happy with the marks he has got. They want him to get much better grades. He is stressed out. A. Try not to play with your mobile phone and make a plan for your study. Playing games too much is just a waste of time. If there is a need, you can ask your parents for help. B. Winter has left, and spring comes. Trust in our country. We'll be back to school soon. You can connect with your friends on the Internet at this moment. Do your homework as carefully as you can to show how much you miss your teachers. C. Don't lose heart first! If you work hard enough, you can get better grades. Just try to work harder. Believe yourself and I'm sure that you can make it. D. I think that you have to check your connection before each class every day and ask your family members not to use the Internet while you're in class. E. First, check out of the way you study, look for a better way. Then, try to tell your parents you have tried your best. Just believe in yourself and find something you are talented at. F. If you study online, you don't need to spend the time on the road. You just click on the button and then the knowledge is presented. It helps you save a lot of time. G. You can search for key words on our national cloud learning platform and watch some videos from English teachers across China. As for learning grammar, previewing and finding the right courses are important when studying online. 五、短文填空(本大题有10小题,每小题1.5分,共15分) 请用适当的词完成下面的短文,并把所缺单词填写在答题卡指定的位置上。每个空只能填写一个形式正确、意义相符的单词。 A young boy was hungry for winning. He ran very fast. For him,_66_ was everything. One day, the boy was_ 67_ ready for a running competition in his small village. He was to compete with two other young boys. A large crowd gathered there to watch, including a wise old man. The race began. With his strength and power, the boy__68__ took the lead. The crowd cheered and waved. The little boy felt proud. But the wise man remained still and calm. “Another race, another race!" yelled the little boy. The wise old man stepped forward and presented the young boy with _ 69_two challengers: an old lady and a blind man. The race started and the boy was_ 70_ only one to cross the finishing line. The young boy raised his arms happily. The crowd,_ 71__ , was silent. “Race again," said the wise man.“This time, all three of you finish together." The little boy thought__ 72 a while, stood between the blind man and the old lady, and then took__ 73_ to the starting line. The race began and the young boy walked slowly to the finishing line and_ 74_ it. The crowd cheered and waved. The wise man happily asked the young boy with a_ 75__ on his face, “Which of you is the crowd cheering for?" “For this race, you have won much more than the race itself. ”The wise man continue, “The crowd cheered not for any winner!" 六、读写综合(本大题分为A、B两部分,共25分) A.回答问题(共5小题,每小题2分,共10分) 请阅读--篇中国日报关于中国测量登山队成功登顶珠峰的报道,根据所提供的信息用完整的句子回答后面的问题,并把答案写在答题卡指定的位置上。 A Chinese surveying team reached the summit of Mount Qomolangma on May 27. They became the first and perhaps only group today to climb Mount Qomolangma this year. Their task was to measure (测量) the exact height of the world's tallest mountain again. The activity comes after both China and Nepal put off the spring climbing season on the mountain to prevent the new coronavirus (冠状病毒) from spreading. The team usually live for weeks in camps with little emergency (紧急情况) medical help. A 53-member team from China has done scientific work on Qomolangma since early March. China's network of Beidou satellites is used in the survey to decide the mountain's height and natural environment at present, the Xinhua News Agency reported. The team is measuring data on snow depth, weather and wind to help in glacier (冰川) watching and environmental protection, it said. China has carried out six main surveys of the mountain, known in China as Qomolangma, since the People's Republic was set up in 1949. Its height was recorded at 8,848.13 meters (29,029 feet) in 1975 and 8,844.43 meters (29,017 feet) in 2005. China has also taken advantage of the lack of climbers to collect rubbish from Qomolangma and other popular climbing peaks, the report said. 76. When did the Chinese survey team reach the summit of Mount Qomolangma? 77. Why did the Chinese survey team climb Mount Qomolangma? 78. Where do the team usually live? 79. What data is the team measuring to help in environmental protection? 80. How many main surveys of the mountain has China carried out since 1949? B.书面表达 (本题15分) 根据要求完成短文写作,请将作文写在答题卡指定的位置上。. 中国人征服世界之巅的脚步从未停止。在登山途中,面对险恶,队员们一往无前。面 对风暴,队员们互帮互助,共渡难关。“每个人心中都有- -座山,它或许没有珠峰高,但 将是我们为之奋斗的目标,需要我们一步- -步奋力前行才能实现。” 学校的英语社团将开展主题为“攀登者”的英语演讲比赛,请你就此写一篇英语演讲 稿,表达你的观点。 内容包括: 1.对于中国人再次登顶珠峰,你的感受; 2.从登山队员身上你学到了什么; 3.为实现个人目标你打算如何去做。 作文要求: . 1.不能照抄原文;不得在作文中出现学校真实的名称和学生的真实姓名。 2.语句连贯,词数80个左右。作文的开头和结尾已经给出,不计入总词数,也不必抄 写在答题卡上。 We Chinese never stopped trying to reach the top. A Chinese surveying team reached the summit of Mount Qomolangma On May 27. As Chinese, ... I am sure, we will not only feel the joy of success, but also see the beauty of life in the end. 参考答案 1-5ABCAC 6-10BAABC 11-15ABBCA 16-20CAAAB 21-25BABCA 26,work hard 27, a few 28, meaning 29, finishing 30, answers 31-35ACBAD 36-40DCCBC 41-45BACDB 46-50CABDC 51-55BDBAD 56-60DBCAC 61-65DACBE 66, winning 67, getting 68, easily 69, another 70, the 71, however 72, for 73, them 74, crossed 75, smile 76. The Chinese survey team reached the summit of Mount Qomolangma on May 27. 77. Because they needed to measure the exact height of the world’s tallest mountain again. 78. The team usually live in camps. 79. The team is measuring data on snow depth, weather and wind to help in glacier watching and environmental protection. 80. China has carried out six main surveys of the mountain since 1949. 书面表达:略1

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  • ID:4-7572444 2020广东省中考英语模拟试卷50有答案无听力材料有音频

    初中英语/中考专区/模拟试题

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    初中英语/中考专区/模拟试题

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  • ID:4-7557109 2020年中考英语押题--抗疫阅读,短文填空和作文(含答案)

    初中英语/中考专区/三轮冲刺

    中考押题 新冠疫情中考考点汇总 阅读+写作 阅读部分 (一) As a child, Brenna Coogle often visited the Paramount Drive-In, where people can watch movies in a car. But she hadn't been there for about 30 years. On Tuesday night, however, she decided to visit it with her 9-year-old son and friends. Moments before the movie began, Coogle thought about how the COVID-19 had influenced people's daily life. "We are all stuck in the house, and the movie theaters have closed but that does not mean going to the movies is out of the question. The drive-in theater is a good choice for us to escape from our houses while still following the rules of social distancing," Coogle said. Drive-in theaters have long been viewed as an old-fashioned activity. In 1958, there were up to 4,063 drive-in screens across the US. As of October in 2019, this country had 305 drive-in theaters with a total of 549 screens, down from 447 locations and 684 screens in 1999. But now, several of them are experiencing an increase in business. Ticket sales on Tuesday at the two-screen Paramount Drive-In were at least double what they typically would be, said Beau Bianchi, whose family has owned the theater since 1946. “We've been trying to let people know that we have a safe environment," Bianchi said. At first, the government suggested that events including 50-plus people shouldn't be held for the next eight weeks. And in situations where high-risk populations are involved, gatherings of 10 or more people are not allowed. But some drive-in owners said they weren't sure whether their theaters should be considered gathering places. So whether the theaters can keep opening is still an open question. ( ) 1. What can we learn about Brenna Coogle? A. She thought drive- in theaters were not safe enough. B. She used to go to the Paramount Drive-In 30 years ago. C. She drove her son and friends to the theater last Tuesday. D. She preferred to watch movies at home because of the COVID-19. ( )2. What does the underlined part“out of the question”probably mean? A. Wrong. B. Boring. C. Troublesome. D. Impossible. ( )3. When were there the most drive-in theaters in the US? A. In 1946. B. In 1958 C. In 1999. D. In 2019. ( )4. What can we learn from the last paragraph? A. Drive-in theaters are not gathering places. B. The theaters can be open for the next two months. C. It's not certain whether the theaters can keep opening. D. All the gatherings including 10-plus people are not allowed (二) Japan has always been at the forefront of robotic technology. Over the years, the robots have worked in banks and hotels, or even served as personal helpers for the old people. Now, a Tokyo university has used avatar (替身) robots to make students “attend" their graduation ceremony without leaving home. Professor ShugoYanaka came up with the great idea during the COVID-19 outbreak. He said, "We knew that there were lots of students who would like to attend the graduation ceremony but couldn't do so because of the COVID-19. I suddenly came up with an idea of the Avatar Graduation Ceremony." The event, which was held at Tokyo's Hotel Grand Palace on March 28, 2020, started with university president Kenichi Omae giving a speech to the students through a video platform Zoom. Then began the online graduation ceremony. Each time a student's name was called out by a host, one of the two remotely operated“Newme”" avatar robots, dressed in graduation caps and clothing, moved to the stage to accept the diploma (毕业证书) from the president. The student could experience the event, and hear the clap and“congratulations" from a few school staff through the screen on the Newme's head. Once Mr. Omae gave the diploma to the Newme, the student posed with him for an official graduation photo at home. Once the COVID-19 is over, Newme creator ANA Holdings has plans to make the machine travel to different places around the world. The company believes it will make business people attend meetings from far away and help doctors treat patients in hard-to-reach places. The robots could also make experts get into war areas without putting themselves in danger. ( )1. What does the underlined word“forefront in the first paragraph probably mean? A. head B. beginning C. bottom D. back ( )2. What does the second paragraph mainly talk about? A. People's worries about COVID-19. B. The reason why avatar robots were used. C. A school's preparation for its graduation ceremony. D. The important role that robots play in people's daily life. ( )3. Which is the right order according to the passage? ①The avatar robot accepted the diploma from the president. ②The student took a photo with the president. ③The Newme moved to the stage. A.③①② B.①②③ C.②③① D.②①③ ( )4. What can we learn from the last paragraph? A. The company ANA Holdings will create more robots like Newme. B. The COVID-19 stops the Newme from making a difference. C. TheNewme will be used in more fields in our life. D. TheNewme will take the place of human beings. (三) Billions of people around the world are now on lockdown. That means there's a whole lot less action on Earth. One result is that the earth is shaking less. Seismologists are scientists who study earthquakes and other vibrations (震动)inside the earth. They use special tools to measure shaking in the ground. Besides, seismic stations--special research stations with many special tools for measuring earthquakes一are usually built far away from cities. Often those tools are buried deep underground, away from human-created noise. That's because cities shake too much. Now, with people on lockdown all over the world, a big part of this background noise has dropped away. It's like when everyone at a party stops talking at once, you can hear the smallest of sounds. One of the first people to notice this is Thomas Lecocq, a Belgian seismologist. Mr. Lecocq says the levels of seismic noise have been lowered by about 30% to 50% since mid-March. The unusual quiet is giving seismologists a rare chance to“'listen” to the earth without so much human noise. And it makes a big difference. Seismologists say they can now detect earthquakes on the other side of the world一something that would normally be lost in the background noise. The quiet period may allow seismologists to study things that create such small vibrations that they normally can't detect, like waves. The scientists say that the lower seismic noise level is a strong sign that people are taking the lockdown and social distancing rules seriously. ( ) 1. The underlined word“Seismologists'" probably means in Chinese. A.地层学家 B.地理学家 C.地震学家 D.地质学家 ( ) 2. Why are most seismic stations set up away from cities? A. The earthquake hits cities more often. B. Cities usually have greater air pollution. C. There is no room to bury those tools in cities. D. Cities' noise makes it harder to detect earthquakes. (四) Hand washing: how does soap work? 疫情时期,为什么更要用肥皂洗手? As people around the world work to slow the spread of COVID-19, everyone is telling us to wash our hands with soap. But is soap really necessary? Does soap work? How does it work? Can't you just use water? Does water clean your hands? Not well enough. Viruses stick to the natural oil (a type of fat) on your skin. Water without soap isn't very successful in getting the viruses off your skin because water and oil don't mix. What is soap? Soap is made with some kind of fat or oil, water and some kind of alkaline substance (碱性物质), such as a type of salt. It sometimes also has other things in it, such as perfumes (香料) or colors. How does soap work? The molecules (分子) of soap have one end that loves water and one end that loves oil. If you wash your hands with soap, the soap molecules act as a link between the water you re washing with and the oil on your skin. A molecule of water joins to one end of the soap molecule and a molecule of oil joins to the other end. When you wash your hands, the whole lot washes off, lifting the oil off your skin and taking the viruses with it. ( )1. Why can't water clean hands well enough? A. Water can't clean viruses at all. B. Only water isn't good for our hands. C. Water alone can't lift the oil off our skin. ( ) 2. What can we learn from the text? A. Soap can make water and oil mixed. B. Soap isn't really necessary if without COVID-19. C. The more soap we use, the cleaner our hands are, (五) Working to raise spirits during COVID-19 COVID-19 is making life hard for people all over the world. But the difficult time has encouraged people to do what they can to make life better for others, and to give thanks to workers who are risking their lives to help out. Italy is the first European country to be hit hard by COVID-19. As the country's lockdown goes on, Italians have found a way to support each other even though they are asked to stay at home. They began singing together from their balconies (阳台). At first it only happened in a few places, but as word spread, people joined in from many different places around the country. Even in areas where people aren't singing, many people are hanging encouraging banners (横幅) out of their windows. Often there is a rainbow on them, which shows that after the storm comes the rainbow. In Hungary, band members drove around playing classical music through loudspeakers put on the top of their cars. In Brazil, a fire fighter has been playing his trumpet (小号) from the top of a fire truck ladder to raise the spirits of people who have to stay at home. Another activity that has been repeated all over the world is making noise at a certain time of day. It's a way of giving thanks to the health care workers and others who risk their lives to care for sick people. These celebrations take many different forms. In some places, people are standing and clapping. In others, they are ringing bells or banging pots and pans. In some areas, people are flashing lights of and on, which is just a way of saying“Thank you!" Besides, people in India are encouraged to turn their lights off at 9 at night and stand on their balconies with a candle or lamp for 9 minutes to show support for health care workers. ( ) 1. How do Italians cheer each other during the lockdown? A. By playing classical music. B. By flashing lights off and on. C. By holding a candle or lamp at night. D. By singing together from the balconies. ( )2. Why do people make noise at a certain time of day? A. To kill time. B. To take part in a contest. C. To show thanks to medical workers. D. To raise the spirits of people staying at home. (六) An eight-hour global event called One World: Together A1 Home made a hit online on April 18. The concert was organized by World Health Organization (WHO), Global Citizen and Lady Gaga. What made this concert eye-catching wasn't just its all-star lineup, but also its purposes: to honor the front-line healthcare workers and support the WHO during the COVID-19 outbreak. With social distancing measures in place, the musicians of course didn't gather in a stadium (体育场) or a concert hall. They performed at their homes. Without the typical concert technology, special effects or camera work, many of the performances are refreshing (使人振奋的)。 “Let's remind ourselves here in these difficult times there is still so much kindness, hope and joy in the world," said actor Matthew McConaughey, who attended the show. In addition to the performances, there were scenes from the front lines and thoughts from front-line healthcare workers. In a video, hospital worker Aisha al Muntheri said from Paris,“I was proud to serve on the frontline with my colleagues. It's part of our value in medicine to serve humanity. And the humanity is our common language." Besides honoring healthcare workers, another purpose of the event was to encourage people to stay at home, like the name "Together At Home”. It may be hard to stay at home for long, but doing so can help keep the virus under control. This, in turn, can keep the already tired healtheare workers from being completely overworked. An additional goal of the concert was to raise money for WHO. The concert has united people against a common challenge, when doctors, nurses, and other healtheare workers around the world are taking risks to care for COVID-19 patients. The encouraging concert makes them know that we care about them, too. ( )1. The concert made a hit online mainly because of_______. A. its big hall B. its special purposes C. its good name D. its famous organizers ( )2. What can we know about the concert according to the passage? It was held in a concert hall. B. It was for English-speaking countries. C. Healthcare workers could be seen in it. D. It was against social distancing measures. ( ) 3. What does the writer think of staying at home? A. It is good for the air. B. It is easy to keep it for a long time. C. It offers people a chance to have a good rest. D. It can help reduce the stress of healthcare workers. (七) Victoria Tang is a little girl from Shanghai, about 800 kilometers away from Wuhan. The following is what she wrote in her diary. Take a look! February 25th, 2020 Rainy How awesome it is! So far, more than 300 people in my city have got infected with COVID-19. Much of the city has shut down in the past several weeks. All schools are closed to prevent further spread of the virus. Restaurants and many open-air markets are also closed. The once busy streets are quiet. For us, life is more active online. Like other people in the city, my parents order all of our food online. Our fruits, vegetables, meat, rice, and snacks are packed in boxes and delivered by people in protective clothing. Because certain foods are in short supply these days, my parents have to get up early or stay up late to rush to buy them online. Many businesses reopened on February 10, but thousands of people are still working from home like my parents. I' m studying at home, too. My school has been closed for more than a month. No one knows when it will reopen. I really miss my school and my classmates. Luckily, our teachers have started online classes. They create videos every day. They set homework to make sure everyone is keeping up. Although it is not as good as face-to- face classes, online teaching helps us keep learning at home. Today, our English teacher told us that our school has received the textbooks (课本). We can collect the books from our school or ask the school to deliver the books to our homes. I choose to have the books delivered to avoid the risk of cross infection on the way to the school or when lining up on campus. Students who have not returned to Shanghai will use the digital (数字的) books. I believe that if all of the people remain at home, the disease will be gone in several weeks. This is extremely difficult, but it's the only way we can fight it. ( ) 1. The underlined word“awesome" means“________”. A. strange B. unusual C. terrible D. important ( ) 2. Why do Victoria's parents get up early or stay up late? A. Because they don't need much sleep. B. Because they want to develop a good habit. C. Because they have so much housework to do. D. Because they want to buy certain things badly. ( ) 3. What does Victoria think of online teaching? A. It takes her too much time. B. It helps her to learn at home. C. It's better than face-to-face classes. D. It improves her relationship with teachers. (八) HAN HONG LOVE CHARITY FOUNDATION Singer Han Hong took action to help Wuhan, the city at the center of the coroncavirus oulbreak (冠状病毒爆发). Han Hong had planned to hold the first concert of her 2020 national tour in Wuhan on February 29. But she called off the show and called upon people to donate (捐赠) to the city. Soon over 2 billion yuanwas donated through Han Hong Love Charity Foundation which she founded in 2012. “When you're going through a situation like this, you want to do anything you can to help. There are so many kind people out there," wrote a fan, who donated through Han's foundation.“It's good to know that there are trucks with medical things going straight to the hospitals. They are badly needed." In 2008, Han held a charity performance for Wenchuan, Sichuan Province, after an earthquake. That inspired her to found her foundation. Over the years, she has donated to people in different disasters, including an earthquake in Yushu, Qinghai Province, in 2010, a huge mudslide (泥石流) in Gansu Province and an earthquake in Yunnan Province in 2013. “I almost spent all my savings. That's what I want and what I can do," Han said in an interview on the online show, Opinion, in 2015. “Many people don't trust charity organizations to use their donations properly. Charities are held at a higher standard and need to win people's trust." The show also reported that Han had helped over 200 orphans (孤儿) since 1999. ( )1. What can we learn about Han Hong from Paragraph 1? A. She held a concert in Wuhan before the coronavirus outbreak. B. She alone donated over 2 billion yuan to Wuhan. C. She founded a charity foundation ten years ago. D. She has a great influence on the public. ( )2. What does the underlined word“They" refer to? A. Medical things. B. People in Wuhan. C. Hospitals. D. Trucks. ( )3. Han Hong got the idea of founding the foundation after_________. A. an earthquake happened in Qinghai Province B. an earthquake happened in Yunnan Province C. a huge mudslide happened in Gansu Province D. an earthquake happened in Sichuan Province ( )4. In Han's opinion, charities need to_______. A. provide a new standard B. make good use of donations C. pay more attention to orphans D. make themselves publicly known ( )5. What is the passage mainly about? Han's foundation. B. The donations to Wuhan. C. Han's efforts to help people. D. The importance of charities. (九) Wang Yong from Wuhan has recently touched millions in the fight against the novel coronavirus. At 10 pm on the Spring Festival Eve (January 24th), Wang learned from his WeChat moments that a nurse at Jinyintan Hospital couldn't find a taxi to drive her home. After an inner struggle, Wang bought two N95 masks from a nearby supermarket and arrived at Jinyintan Hospital early the next morning. The nurse who didn't expect that anyone would come got in the car and cried. On that day, Wang drove nearly 30 medical workers to and from Jinyintan Hospital. _▲_ Wang began to find more volunteers. And he wasn't let down- more than 20 soon joined in. Wang and his team also turned to big companies, including Mobike and Didi, for help. They didn't stop there. To realize some of the medical workers' wish to eat rice, Wang began to get in touch with restaurant owners and asked whether they could provide food at the lowest price.“Most were willing to help. Some even promised to offer it for free," Wang said. Because the heating system in the hospital had to be turned off to reduce the risk of infection (感染), Wang and his team bought down jackets (羽绒服) so the medical workers wouldn't feel cold. Asked why he tried so hard to help, Wang's answer was simple, “They are lifesavers." Wang was grateful for the efforts of all the people and companies that have joined him. "Everyone is working hard to help medical workers. I'm just an organizer. I am very confident that we can defeat the novel coronavirus. I've done what I could and I will not regret it." ( )1.Wang Yong first went to pick up the nurse on________. A. the morning of January 24th B. the evening of January 24th C. the morning of January 25th D. the evening of January 25th ( )2. Which of the following can be put ▲ ? A. That was only the beginning. B. Things were not getting better. C. Some people wanted to join in. D. However, not everyone supported him. ( )3. Why did Wang Yong and his team buy down jackets? A. Because the medical workers asked them to. B. Because the hospital's heating system went wrong. C. Because they wanted the medical workers to keep warm. D. Because they wanted to praise the medical workers for their job. ( )4. The underlined word “grateful" has the same meaning as“______”. painful B. thankful C. comfortable D. responsible ( )5. What's the passage mainly about? A. Difficult situations in Wuhan. B. Medical workers' difficulty in their work. C. Big companies' help to defeat the novel coronavirus. D. A man's efforts in the fight against the novel coronavirus. 短文填空 (一) The story of Zhang Dingyu As the director of Wuhan Jinyintan Hospital, Zhang Dingyu bravely took the responsibility to lead the long, hard war against the novel coronavirus, which has already 1._________. over two thousand deaths in central China's Hubei Province. As a(n) 2._________ doctor in infectious diseases (传染病), Zhang realized the war was on.“We are at the center of a storm sweeping across the world, so we need to give all we have, give all we have to 3._________ . our city, and our Wuhan people," Zhang said. As Zhang was leading over 600 doctors and nurses and fighting against the disease, his 4._________ way of walking alarmed his co-workers. He finally admitted he had been suffering from ALS (渐冻症) for nearly two years. One day, after working around the clock for nearly a month, Zhang received a(n) 5._________, from his wife that brought him to his knees: She was diagnosed (诊断) with COVID-19 while working at another hospital in Wuhan. Zhang finally found time to visit his wife three days 6._________ . she got admitted to hospital. Even then he could only stay for 30 minutes. 7._________ , the good news came that his wife recovered ten days after treatment. Zhang once offered medical services along with Chinese medical teams to Algeria in 1997 and Pakistan in 2011. Besides, three days after the big earthquake 8._________. central China's Sichuan Province in 2008, Zhang entered the city with his medical team members to offer help. "Life is always 9._________. I need to do more things, or I may leave too many 10._________ in my life," Zhang said. (二) Penguins go on“field trips" at aquarium Like many public spaces around the world, the Shedd Aquarium in Chicago is now closed because of COVID-19. That's given some of the animals at the Shedd a(n) 1.______ (usual) chance to see the aquarium as“visitors". 2.______there have been no visitors at the Shedd recently, the keepers decided to let some animals go out on“field trips”. A few days ago, the aquarium posted several 3.________(video) of penguins exploring the aquarium. A penguin named Wellington 4.________(take) to see fish in a show that the aquarium calls “Amazon Rising". Wellington seemed to get very excited as he saw the fish swimming behind the glass. He got close to the glass to get a5.____ (good)view, but kept looking over his shoulder as if he couldn't believe what he was seeing. The keepers at the aquarium say that these kinds of activities give the animals on both sides of the glass new experiences. The outings keep 6.__________(they) active. Two other penguins, named Edward and Annie, were wandering through the aquarium's empty hallways. 7.__________Wellington, they kept looking from side to side as if trying to understand what they were seeing. The sight of the animals 8._______(enjoy) themselves seemed to bring great pleasure to people who were stuck at home and worried about COVID-19. Several zoos are also making 9._________most of the time without visitors to take animals around to visit other animals. Many of the animals that would never come across one another in the natural world seem fairly curious about each other when they meet. But, like humans these days, they need to keep a safe 10.________ (distant). (四) COVID-19 influences sports world COVID-19 has caused cancellations (取消) of sports events all over the world, 1._________ players and fans. The main reason is t0 avoid the crowds that the games attract, 2._______some players have gotten the disease. In the US, the NBA has stopped all games after a player for the Utah Jazz was 3._______to catch COVID-19. The NBA hasn't made any decisions about when games might start up again. The MLB (美国职业棒球大联盟) has stopped spring 4.________and put off the beginning of the season by at least two weeks. All of the main European soccer leagues have been stopped and so has Japan's professional baseball league. Around the world, many other sports events have also been canceled or stopped, 5.________tennis, swimming, ice skating, cycling, skiing and so on. The cancellations will affect TV networks, which will now have to find other programs to fill all that 6._________time on the air. For the millions of sports fans around the world who are staying at home because of COVID-19, it 7.______they won't be able to pass the time watching sports. As for the 2020 Tokyo Olympics, many of the 8._______that allow players to qualify (具有资格) for the Olympics have been delayed. 9.______ , the Olympic torch was lit in Greece. Plans called for players to run through Greece with the torch. These plans were canceled in order to prevent crowds from gathering to watch the torch as it passed. What's the latest news? The 2020 Tokyo Olympics will start on July 23, 2021 and run to August 8 10._________being postponed (推迟) for a year because of the coronavirus pandemic. (五) Robots used to help fight COVID-19 China has spent decades (数十年) developing its tech industry. Now, 1.________with a public health crisis, China is pushing its tech companies to join the fight against the novel coronavirus. Some tech giants have responded to the outbreak by developing some 2.________ pieces of equipment. Let's check some out. ●Self-driving robots Chinese e-commerce giant JD.com (JD) recently has used self-driving robots to bring things to medical workers in Wuhan. The robots, which look much like 3.________vehicles, have been moving packages to a hospital that mainly treats COVID-19 4.________The route is not too long - about 600 meters to the hospital---5.________avoiding human-to-human contact has helped protect people. ●Flying robots Flying robots, also known as drones, have also been put to use during the outbreak. The technology allows governments to scan (仔细检查) large crowds and pick out 6._____someone's in need of medical attention. Besides, drones have been used to check whether people are traveling 7.__________without wearing face masks. ●5G-powered patrolling robots (巡逻机器人) Over in Guangzhou, 5G-powered patrolling robots remind the public of the 8.________of frequent hand-washing and wearing masks. The robots are also equipped with high-resolution cameras and infrared thermometers (红外线温度计) that are capable of scanning the body 9.______ of 10 people once. All of those high-tech products do help our government reduce the number of people put at risk of 10._________the virus. 写作部分 (一) 假如你校英文报开设专栏,以Your plans after COVID-19为主题,向全校学生征稿。请你根据下面的图片提示,写-篇英语短文,描述你和家人在疫情结束之后的计划,给校报投稿。 写作要求: 1.语句通顺,语法正确,句式多样: 2.包含提示内容,可适当发挥。 3.100词左右。开头已给出,不计入总词数。 参考词汇: epidemic 流行病 Because of COVID-19, we' re all supposed to stay at home in order to prevent the virus from spreading. But as the saying goes, no winter lasts forever. ________________________________ ______________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ (二) 假如你是北京某中学九年级三班的学生江山,近期你校要举办一次名为“Heroes in harm's way的英文演讲比赛,以致敬奋战在抗击新型冠状病毒第一-线的逆行者们。你打算参加此次活动,请你写一篇演讲稿. 内容包括以下几点: 1.向医务人员致谢:致敬逆行者 2.简要描述医务人员的贡献; 3.你的感悟及决心。 要求: 1.要点齐全,行文连贯,可适当发挥; 2.词数: 80~100 (开头和结尾已给出,不计入总词数)。 参考词汇:新型冠状病毒the novel coronavirus Hello, everyone! ________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ That's all. Thank you for your listening! (三) 岁末年初,一场突如其来的疫情席卷了整个中国,我国全力应对,在不到两个月的时间内,形势发生积极转变,展现了“中国力量、中国精神、中国效率”。假设你是李华,你的美国朋友Frank对“中国力量、中国精神、中国效率”很感兴趣,想了解它们在此次疫情中的具体体现。请你根据以下表格信息写一封邮件帮助他了解。 中国力量 14亿人:各行各业驰援武汉 中国精神 医护人员拼搏,奋斗,不畏牺牲 中国效率 第一时间派遣专家赶赴武汉;短时间内建成火神山、雷神山医院 要求: 1.词数80左右,开头和结尾已经给出,不计入总词数: . 2.文章必须包含所有提示内容,并可作适当发挥; 3.条理清楚,语句通顺,语法正确,意思连贯,书写规范。 Dear Frank, It's great to hear from you. I'm writing to tell you something about the “Chinese power”,“Chinese spirit and“Chinese efficiency" during the COVID-19 epidemic. ______________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ Hope you can have a better understanding of us Chinese people. Yours, Li Hua 答案 阅读理解 BDBC 二,ABAC 三,CD 四,CA 五,DC 六,BCD 七,CDB 八,DADBC 九,CACBD 短文填空 一,1, caused 2, experienced 3, protect 4, strange 5, message 6, after 7, Fortunately 8, hit 9, short 10, regrets 二,1,unusual 2, Since/Because/As 3, videos 4, was taken 5, better 6, them 7, Like 8, enjoying 9, the 10, distance 三,1, disappointed 2, but 3, found 4, training 5, including 6, empty 7, means 8, events 9, Recently 10, after 四,1, faced 2, useful 3, small 4, patients 5, but 6, if 7, outside 8, importance 9, temperatures 10, catching 写作部分 (一)范文 Because of COVID-19. we re all supposed to stay at home in order to prevent the virus from spreading. But as the saying goes. no winter lasts forever. The worst times are sure to pass. Then what are you going to do when the epidemic ends? Here are the plans of my family. My father is planning to have his hair cut as soon as he can go out. He hasn't had a haircut for months! And my mother says she can't wait to go back to the office to work because she has got bored with working at home. As for me, I plan to eat out with my friends. I'm really looking forward to meeting them. What's more, my family would like to take a trip together. Maybe we will go t0 the beach to enjoy the warm sunshine. (二)范文: Hello. everyone! I' m Jiang Shan from Class Three, Grade Nine. It's my great honor to stand here and give such a speech. First of all, I'd like to express thanks to the doctors and nurses who have fought against the novel coronavirus. During the special period of time, they left their home to work hard in the hospital. They slept for only three or four hours every day. All of them risked their lives to treat the patients, and some even died. But none of them gave up. They are great heroes in my heart. Touched by what they have done, I decide to be a person who is brave and has a huge sense of responsibility. I will work hard towards this goal from now on. That's all. Thank you for your listening! (三)范文: Dear Frank. It's great to hear from you. I'm writing to tell you something about the“Chinese power”.“Chinese spirit”and“Chinese efficiency" during the COVID-19 epidemic. China has a population of 1.4 billion, and everyone played their part in the battle against COVID-19.“When disaster struck, help came from all sides," as the famous saying goes. During the epidemic, people from all walks of life across China rushed to Wuhan to offer help. See how great the“Chinese power" is. The“Chinese spirit" can be seen in millions of fighters in Wuhan, especially the medical workers who fought hard in the front line, showing no fear of death. As for the“Chinese efficiency", our government took timely actions and sent medical experts there as soon as COVID-19 broke out. And we completed the building of Huoshenshan and Leishenshan hospitals in such a short time, which surprised the whole world. With the effort of every Chinese, we finally achieved great success in fighting the virus. Hope you can have a better understanding of us Chinese people. Yours. Li Hua

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