成都七中 2017 届高三零诊模拟考试 英 语
第I卷 第一部分 听力（共两节， 满分 30 分） 第一节（共 5 小题；每小题 1.5 分，满分 7.5 分） 听下面 5 段对话。每段对话后有一个小题，从题中所给的 A、B、C 三个选项中选出最佳选项， 并标在试卷的相应位置。听完每段对话后，你都有 10 秒钟的时间来回答有关小题和阅读下一小题。 每段对话仅读一遍。 1. What will the man buy for the woman? A. Notebooks. B. Paper. C. Pencils. 2. Where does the conversation take place? A. In a bookstore. B. In a library. C. In the woman’s office. 3. Why will Mr. Rogers be out of the office next week? A. To take a holiday. B. To attend a wedding. C. To travel on business. 4. What does the man mean? A. The woman can’t leave early. B. He’ll pick up the woman’s parents. C. Mr. Black won’t come at 4 o’clock. 5. What are the speakers talking about? A. A lift worker. B. The man’s sister. C. A lift accident. 第二节（共 15 小题；每小题 1.5 分，满分 22.5 分） 听下面 5 段对话或独白。每段对话或独白后有几个小题，从题中所给的 A、B、C 三个选项中选 出最佳选项，并标在试卷的相应位置。听每段对话或独白前，你将有时间阅读各个小题，每小题 5 秒 钟；听完后，各小题将给出 5 秒钟的作答时间。每段对话或独白读两遍。 听第 6 段材料，回答第 6、7 题。 6. Why did Gareth Jones quit the game halfway? A. He got hurt. B. He was too tired. C. He broke match rules. 7. What will the speakers do next Saturday? A. Visit Gareth. B. Watch a game. C. Play a match. 听第 7 段材料，回答第 8、9 题。 8. What impressed the man most? A. The plot. B. The main performers. C. The songs. 9. What do we know about the musical? A. The woman has seen it. B. The writer won awards for it. C. People speak highly of its plot. 听第 8 段材料，回答第 10 至 12 题。 10. What did the woman think of the house owner? A. Kind. B. Cold. C. Serious. 11. Why did the woman leave the flat? A. The rent was high. B. The room was too cold. C. The neighbors were noisy.
12. How did the woman’s neighbor act when they met one morning? A. Angrily. B. Sadly. C. Dishonestly. 听第 9 段材料，回答第 13 至 16 题。 13. How high does the woman need to climb for the walking? A. 1,500 meters. B. 2,000 meters. C. 4,000 meters. 14. How did the woman prepare for the walking? A. She slept out in the tent in winter. B. She climbed a 4,000-meter high mountain. C. She took long walks through the hills daily. 15. What did the woman think of the walking? A. It was hard but enjoyable. B. It was difficult and tiresome. C. It was wonderful and smooth. 16. What was the most exciting moment during the walking? A. Watching the sunset. B. Seeing the ruined buildings. C. Walking through the Sun Gate. 听第 10 段材料，回答第 17 至 20 题。 17. How long does the break in Barcelona last? A. Two nights. B. Three nights. C. Seven nights. 18. What costs extra money for the Barcelona break? A. Flights. B. Breakfast. C. Evening meals. 19. On what can visitors get discounts with a discount card? A. All the city sights. B. Some restaurants. C. 5-star hotels. 20. When is the deadline of the booking for the Barcelona break? A. September 30. th B. October 5. th C. October 31.st 第二部分 阅读理解（共两节，满分 40 分） 第一节（共 15 小题；每小题 2 分，满分 30 分） 阅读下列短文，从每题所给的四个选项 A、B、C 和 D 中，选出最佳选项，并在答读卡上将该项 涂黑。 A Step into Wonderland and follow any of the many tracks around Kinabalu Park. Even though it is the most explored and studied place in Borneo, new discoveries of rare plants are frequently being made here. So take a map and set off on your own or follow Park Naturalists as they take you on guided path walks andpoint out the various wonders. There are also visual shows advertising rare plants and animals here. If you are afirst time visitor, sign up for these shows and you’ll be excited when you find yourself identifying the same plantsand animals on your walks or during your climb up Mt. Kinabalu. Mt. Kinabalu Botanical Garden is one of the biggest attractions at the park, which started in 1981. This 5-acregarden is an excellent collection of different kinds of plants on the mountain, as plants from all over the park have been replanted here. There are hotels, inns and chalets at Kinabalu Park to suit one’s budget. For more information, click www.sabahtourism.com.
21. It can be learnt that _______. A. Mt Kinabalu is a more explored and studied area than Borneo B. there’re still some unknown rare plants in Kinabalu Park C. Mt Kinabalu Botanical Garden attracts visitors due to its long history D. visitors should follow the Park Naturalists so as not to get lost 22. Which of the following is TRUE according to the passage? A. Botanical Garden and Butterfly Farm open at the same time. B. Guided Nature Walk is a favorite of first time visitors. C. Slide Show is unavailable unless it is arranged in advance. D. Visitors can have access to Night Walk anytime they wish. 23. If a couple visit the Park with their son aged 19, how much will they pay? A. $30. B. $40. C. $50. D. $60. B Like many new graduates, I left university full of hope for the future but with no real idea of what I wanted to do. My degree, with honors, in English literature had not really prepared me for anything practical. I knew I wanted to make a difference in the world somehow, but I had no idea how to do that. That’s when I learned about the Lighthouse Project. I started my journey as a Lighthouse Project volunteer by reading as much as I could about the experiences of previous volunteers. I knew it would be a lot of hard work, and that I would be away from my family and friends for a very long time. In short, I did not take my decision to apply for the Lighthouse Project lightly. Neither did my family. Eventually, however, I won the support of my family, and I sent in all the paperwork needed for the application. After countless interviews and presentations, I managed to stand out among the candidates and survive the test alone. Several months later, I finally received a call asking me to report for the duty. I would be going to a small village near Abuja, Nigeria. Where? What? Nigeria? I had no idea. But I was about to
find out. After completing my training, I was sent to the village that was small and desperately in need of proper accommodation. Though the local villagers were poor, they offered their homes, hearts, and food as if I were their own family. I was asked to lead a small team of local people in building a new schoolhouse. For the next year or so, I taught in that same schoolhouse. But I sometimes think I learned more from my students than they did from me. Sometime during that period, I realized that all those things that had seemed so strange or unusual to me no longer did, though I did not get anywhere with the local language, and returned to the United States a different man. The Lighthouse Project had changed my life forever. 24. What do we know about the author? A. His university education focused on the theoretical knowledge. B. His dream at university was to become a volunteer. C. He took pride in having contributed to the world. D. He felt honored to study English literature. 25. According to Paragraph 2, it is most likely that the author __________. A. discussed his decision with his family B. asked previous volunteers about voluntary work C. attended special training to perform difficult tasks D. felt sad about having to leave his family and friends 26. In his application for the volunteer job, the author ___________. A. participated in many discussions B. went through challenging survival tests C. wrote quite a few papers on voluntary work D. faced strong competition from other candidates 27. What can we infer from the author’s experiences in Nigeria? A. He found some difficulty adapting to the local culture. B. He had learned to communicate in the local language. C. He had overcome all his weaknesses before he left for home. D. He was chosen as the most respectable teacher by his students. C
Does happiness have a scent? When someone is happy, can you smell it? You can usually tell when someone is happy based on seeing them smile, hearing them laugh or perhaps from receiving a big hug. But can you also smell their happiness? Surprising new research suggests that happiness does indeed have a scent, and that the experience of happiness can be transmitted through smell, reports Phys.org. For the study, 12 young men were shown videos meant to bring about a variety of emotions while researchers gathered sweat samples from them. All of the men were healthy and none of them were drug users or smokers, and all were asked to abstain from drinking or eating smelly foods during the study period. Those sweat samples were then given to 36 equally healthy young women to smell, while researchers monitored their reactions. Only women were selected to smell the samples, apparently because previous
research has shown that women have a better sense of smell than men and are also more sensitive to emotional signaling—though it’s unclear why only men were chosen to produce the scents. Researchers found that the behavior of the women after smelling the scents—particularly their facial expressions—indicated a relationship between the emotional states of the men who produced the sweat and the women who sniffed them. “Human sweat produced when a person is happy brings about a state similar to happiness in somebody who breathes this smell,” said study co-author Gun Semin, a professor at Koc University in Turkey. This is a fascinating finding because it not only means that happiness does have a scent, but that the scent is capable of transmitting the emotion to others. The study also found that other emotions, such as fear, seem to carrya scent too. This ensures previous research suggesting that some negative emotions have a smell, but it is the first time this has proved to be true of positive feelings. Researchers have yet to isolate exactly what the chemical compound for the happiness smell is, but you might imagine what the potential applications for such a finding could be. Happiness perfumes, for instance, could be invented. Scent therapies(香味疗法) could also be developed to help people through depression or anxiety. Perhaps the most surprising result of the study, however, is our broadened understanding of how emotions get communicated, and also how our own emotions are potentially managed through our social context and the emotional states of those around us. 28. What is the main finding of the new research? A. Men produce more sweats. B. Negative emotions have a smell. C. Pleasant feelings can be smelt out. D. Women have a better sense of smell. 29. The underlined part “abstain from” in Paragraph 3 probably means _________. A. avoid B. practice C. continue D. try 30. What is the application value of the new research? A. Perfumes could help people understand each other. B. Some smells could be developed to better our mood. C. Perfumes could be produced to cure physical diseases. D. Some smells could be created to improve our appearance. 31. We can learn from the last paragraph that ___________. A. happiness comes from a scent of sweat B. positive emotions can deepen understanding C. people need more emotional communication D. social surroundings can influence our emotions D We are not who we think we are. The American self-image is spread with the golden glow of opportunity. We think of the United States as a land of unlimited possibility, not so much a classless society but as a place where class is mutable—a place where brains, energy and ambition are what count, not the circumstances of one’s birth. The Economic Mobility Project, an ambitious research led by Pew Charitable Trusts, looked at the economic fortunes of a large group of families over time, comparing the income of parents in the late 1960s with the income of their children in the late 1990s and early 2000s. Here is the finding: The “rags to riches” story is much more common in Hollywood than on Main Street. Only 6 percent of children born to parents
with family income at the very bottom move to the top. That is right, just 6 percent of children born to parents who ranked in the bottom of the study sample, in terms of income, were able to bootstrap their way into the top . Meanwhile, an incredible 42 percent of children born into that lowest are still stuck at the bottom, having been unable to climb a single rung of the income ladder. It is noted that even in Britain—a nation we think of as burdened with a hidebound(守旧的) classs ystem—children who are born poor have a better chance of moving up. When the studies were released, most reporters focused on the finding that African-Americans born to middle-class or upper middle-class families are earning slightly less, in inflation-adjusted dollars, than did their parents. One of the studies indicates, in fact, that most of the financial gains white families have made in the past three decades can be attributed to(归功于) the entry of white women into the labor force. This is much less true for African-Americans. The picture that emerges from all the quintiles, correlations and percentages is of a nation in which, over all, “the current generation of adults is better off than the previous one”, as one of the studies notes. The median income of the families in the sample group was $55,600 in the late 1960s; their children’s median family income was measured at $71,900. However, this rising tide has not lifted all boats equally. The rich have seen far greater income gains than have the poor. Even more troubling is that our nation of America as the land of opportunity gets little support from the data. Americans move fairly easily up and down the middle rungs of the ladder, but there is “stickiness at the ends”—four out of ten children who are born poor will remain poor, and four out of ten who are born rich will stay rich. 32. What did the Economic Mobility Project find in its research? A. Children from low-income families are unable to bootstrap their way to the top. B. Hollywood actors and actresses are upwardly mobile from rags to riches. C. The rags to riches story is more fiction than reality. D. The rags to riches story is only true for a small minority of whites. 33. It can be inferred from the undertone(潜台词) of the writer that America, as a classless society, should________. A. perfect its self-image as a land of opportunity B. have a higher level of upward mobility than Britain C. enable African-Americans to have exclusive access to well-paid employment D. encourage the current generation to work as hard as the previous generation 34. Which of the following statements is TRUE according to the passage? A. The US is a land where brains, energy and ambition are what count B. Inequality persists between whites and blacks in financial gains. C. Middle-class families earn slightly less with inflation considered. D. Children in lowest-income families manage to climb a single rung of the ladder. 35. What might be the best title for this passage? A. Social Upward Mobility. B. Incredible Income Gains. C. Inequality in Wealth. D. America Not Land of Opportunity. 第二节（共 5 小题，每小题 2 分，满分 10 分） 根据短文内容，从短文后的选项中选出能填入空白处的最佳选项。选项中有两项为多余选项。 The ancient Chinese game Go is considered one of the most complicated strategy games. Winning the game was seen as a test of human creativity. That is, until a machine found a way to do it better. AlphaGo, an
artificial intelligence (AI) machine built by Google, won its first match against South Korean Lee Sedol on March 9. Still digesting his loss, Lee said during the post-game press conference, “ 36 ” But that was just the beginning. In the following week, AlphaGo outperformed Lee in another three matches. 37 Some people have been arguing that AI is harmful to the human race. 38 Similarly, UK scientist Stephen Hawking once warned that the “development of full artificial intelligence could spell the end of the human race”. So are we really on the verge(边缘)of living in the world shown in the Terminator(终结者)sci-fimovies? “Not quite,” answered The Economist. After all, it’s hard to get computers to apply their knowledge to everyday situations. “ 39 ” Thomas Johnson said, founder of an AI toy company. “But for a robot, to walk up and down hills requires so many complicated decisions to be made in real time, and it’s really difficult to do.” As The Economist put it: “We have a long way to go before AI’s abilities truly begin to approach the human brain, despite how powerful the technology can be when focusing on a single task.” Meanwhile, John Mark off of The New York Times argued that researchers should build artificial intelligence that aims for “intelligence augmentation (增加)” (IA) in which computers make people more effective. He wrote: “ 40 Since technology depends on the values of its creators, we can make choices using technology to improve the world.” A. Many robots fell over like little kids learning to walk. B. We take for granted things like balance and vision. C. Eventually, our fate is in our own hands. D. So what is next for AI and humanity? E. That made the five-match score 4-1 in favor of AlphaGo. F. In 2014, US businessman Elon Musk said at an MIT conference that developing the technology is calling up a “demon(魔鬼)”. G. I am in shock; I admit that. 第三部分 英语知识运用（共两节，满分 45 分） 第一节 完形填空（共 20 小题；每小题 1.5 分；满分 30 分） 阅读下面短文，从短文后各题所给的四个选项（A、B、C 和 D）中，选出可以填入空白处的最 佳选项，并在答题卡上将该项涂黑。 My name’s James and I’m an 18-year “Cancer Survivor”. When I was 15 years of age, I was at my house one day with my 41 and when I tried to run up the steps, I blacked out, and 42 the stairs very hard. When I43 myself, I remembered my sisters saying “Are you alright?” and I replied “I think so, yeah.” But little did my sisters and I 44 that was the beginning of a(n) 45 . When I began to try to climb the stairs, my who leright leg hurt seriously. I couldn’t move it 46 the assistance of my hands. The pain was horrible. I finally47 my way upstairs and I hardly 48 I couldn’t move my leg. As time went on, it got 49 , so a month later I 50 went to hospital. I was asked to go to the rooms 51 they treated me to the X-rays. One week later, I got my 52 , but wasn’t clear on what was happening. They 53 us back home. Three days later, they 54 an expert from another continent or someplace and he looked at my rays one time and said “OH MYGOD, this young man has bone cancer.” Once all of that got cleared up, they 55 my chemotherapy(化疗) treatments. I was told that I couldn’t56 like a normal person any more, so 57 was impossible. Basically my 58 was over before it even got started.
I want to share this story with you guys because today I’m 84 kg with 2% body fat. I don’t smoke or drink. Ican walk and even run. I’m so 59 to be here and forever to grace life with my presence each day. My dream is to become the “ 60 ” to everybody who ever thought about giving up on life because it’s so hard, or just simply not worth living. 41. A. sisters B. brothers C. parents D. cousins 42. A. beat B. climbed C. hit D. tapped 43. A. came over B. came out C. came back D. came to 44. A. recognize B. realize C. recover D. react 45. A. dream B. terror C. illness D. memory 46. A. without B. from C. with D. for 47. A. made B. felt C. found D. nosed 48. A. guessed B. noticed C. believed D. understood 49. A. better B. worse C. stranger D. clearer 50. A. absolutely B. abruptly C. fortunately D. eventually 51. A. that B. when C. where D. what 52. A. treatment B. needs C. recovery D. results 53. A. followed B. carried C. sent D. directed 54. A. flew B. promised C. allowed D. served 55. A. continued B. started C. postponed D. canceled 56. A. work B. walk C. think D. feel 57. A. playing B. stepping C. running D. learning 58. A. plan B. hope C. career D. life 59. A. nervous B. relieved C. curious D. grateful 60. A. Inspiration B. Instruction C. Introduction D. Information 第 II 卷 第三部分 英语知识运用（共两节，满分 45 分） 第二节 （共 10 小题；每小题 1.5 分，满分 15 分） 阅读下面材料，在空白处填入适当的内容（1 个单词）或括号内单词的正确形式。 Legs are the base of the body, providing support and balance. Besides 61 (be) a part of the body, legs have walked themselves right into many English expressions. For example, on the first leg of a trip, you might feel fresh and energetic. 62 by the last leg, you might be tired and sleepy. Here, “leg” means a part of 63 journey or trip. If something has legs, it means people have interest in it. This expression often describes a story, issue or scandal(丑闻), which is commonly heard in newsrooms and 64 (political). If you are involved in a scandal that has legs, you will unfortunately hear about it for a long time. On the other hand, you can say that something does not have legs, meaning nobody is65 (interest). To have a leg up means that you are ahead 66 others in some competition. For example, if you are studying rocket science in college and your mother is a rocket 67 (science), you have a leg up on other students. Not having a leg to stand on means that a person has no proof or evidence 68 (support) their actions or opinions. Now, imagine you are on a boat that 69 (rock) back and forth in rough ocean waters. You are unable to walk 70 (steady) and feel sick because you haven’t found your sea leg. 第四部分 写作（共两节，满分 35 分） 第一节 短文改错（共 10 小题；每小题 1 分，满分 10 分）
假定英语课上老师要求同桌之间交换修改作文，请你修改你同桌写的以下作文。文中共有 10 处 语言错误，每句中最多有两处，每处错误仅涉及一个单词的增加、删除或修改。 增加：把缺词处加个漏字符号（∧） ，并在其下面写出该加的词。 删除：把多余的词用斜线（\）划掉。 修改：在错的词下划一横线，并在该词下面写出修改后的词。 注意：1. 每处错误及其修改均仅限一词； 2. 只允许修改 10 处，多者（从第 11 处起）不计分。 Dear editor, I’m sorry to occupy your precious time, and I really want to tell you anything about the problem of some people keeping too many pets nowadays. I take the problem more and more seriously for the following reason. First of all, as it is known to people, pets make too much noise that trouble residents a lot. What’s more, it is widely accepted that animal waste pollutes the environment, where makes people quite uncomfortable. Many owners like taking their pets to public place where they frighten children or even bite people. The mostly important is that pets can spread some diseases and this has attracted much attention. Take all these factors into consideration, I sincerely hope that I can get help from you and expect the media do something for this. Yours truly, Wang Lin 第二节 书面表达（满分 25 分） 假如你是李华,某中学学生会主席, 负责美国 Jenks 高中师生到校访问期间的英文翻译工作。请根 据下表的内容要点写成通知，告之美国师生一天的活动安排,并祝愿他们玩得愉快。
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成都七中高 2017 届高二下零诊模拟 参考答案
Ⅰ 听力 1~5 CBBAC 6~10 ABBCA 11~15 CACCA 16~20 ABCBA Ⅱ 阅读理解 21-23 BAD 24-27 ADDA 28-31 CABD 32-35 CABD 36-40 GEFBC Ⅲ 完形填空 41-45 ACDBB 46-50 AACBD 51-55 CDCAB 56-60 BCDDA Ⅳ 语法填空 61. being 62. But 63. a 64. politics 65. interested 66. of 67. scientist 68. to support 69. is rocking 70. steadily Ⅴ 短文改错 第一句：and---but anything---something 第二句：reason---reasons 第 三 句 : 去 掉 it trouble---troubles 第 四 句 ： where---which 第 五 句 ： public 前 加 the 或 place---places 第六句： mostly---most 第七句：Take---Taking do 前面加 to 或 will Ⅵ 书面表达 One possible version: Hello, everyone, May I have your attention, please? I’m Li Hua, Chairman of the Students’ Union of our school. I’m the interpreter. Now let me tell you about the schedule for today. In the morning, the American students are to attend the classes with their partners respectively. You are to have lunch at the school cafeteria. In the afternoon, we are going to take you to Jinli, a well-known scenic spot in Chengdu, where you may get to know the history about the period Three Kingdoms in the Chinese history. Hopefully, you can try some delicious local foods there. In the evening, you are free to arrange your time with your partner. Do remember to gather at the school gate by 12:50 so that we can start our afternoon trip on time. Have a good time! (117 words)