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2020届浙江省温州市6月高三适应性测试英语试题(三模)

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2020年6月份温州市普通高中高考适应性测试

英语试题

第Ⅰ卷

注意事项:

1.答第Ⅰ卷前,考生务必将自己的姓名、准考证号填写在答题卷上。

2.选出每小题答案后,用铅笔把答题卷上对应题目的答案标号涂黑。如需改动,用橡皮擦干净后,再选涂其他答案标号。不能答在本试卷上,否则无效。


第一部分:听力

做题时,先将答案标在试卷上。录音内容结束后,你将有两分钟的时间将试卷上的答案转涂到答题卷上。

第一节听下面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。

例: How much is the shirt?

A.£19.15. B.£9.18. C.£9.15.

答案是C.

1. What is the relationship between the two speakers?

A. Friends.  B. Strangers.   C. Waiter and customer.

2. What does the woman mean?

A. She is fond of kidding.

B. She doesn’t like the sport. 

C. She’s willing to join the man.

3. When will the film start?

A. At 6:15.B. At 6:45   C. At 7:20.

4. What will the woman probably do this weekend?

A. Work on a paper. B. Take on a new job.  C. Teach a few classes.

5. Where does the conversation probably take place?

A. In a post office. B. In a company.  C. At a store.

第二节听下面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. What can we know about the man’s dad?

A. He died.  B. He fell ill.   C. He overworked.

7. What’s the man’s concern about his mother?

A. Her life security. B. Her emotional state.  C. Her financial problem.

听第7段材料,回答第8至10题。

8. Why did the woman go to New York?

A. To have meetings. B. To go sightseeing.  C. To study a program.

9. What may help avoid jet lag?

A. Coffee.  B. Alcohol.   C. Exercise.

10. What did the woman say about most passengers?

A. They preferred alcohol. 

B. They liked to do exercises.

C. They could hardly make a choice.

听第8段材料,回答第11至13题。

11. What does the book tell people to do?

A. Change others. B. Accept yourself.  C. Stop complaining.

12. How does the woman describe the most annoying co-workers?

A. Mean.  B. Greedy.   C. Noisy.

13. Who is the woman?

A. The bookseller. B. The man’s colleague.  C. The author of the book.

听第9段材料,回答第14至17题。

14. What did the woman do before?

A. A manager. B. A sales clerk.  C. An accountant.

15. What was the most difficult part of the woman’s previous job?

A. Managing employees.

B. Dealing with angry customers.

C. Keeping track of the spending.

16. Why is the woman looking for a job in Boston?

A. To get better paid.

B. To stay with her husband.

C. To spend time with her parents.

17. What attracts the woman to the company?

A. Its good name. B. Its high productivity.  C. Its relaxed atmosphere.

听第10段材料,回答第18至20题。

18. How do e-cigarettes deliver nicotine?

A. In smoke.  B. In steam.   C. In liquid.

19. What do we learn about e-cigarettes?

A. They help smokers stop tobacco use.

B. They are safer than traditional cigarettes.

C. They contain potentially harmful chemicals.

20. What’s the purpose of the speaker?

A. To warn.  B. To complain.  C. To advertise.

第二部分:阅读理解

第一节阅读下列短文,从每题所给的A、B、C和D四个选项中,选出最佳选项,并在答题卷上将该项涂黑。

A

The promise of college in America is the promise of a clear path to the future, of a reward for all the sleep deprivation and soul-deadening competition of high school, and, most of all, of instant adulthood. As of April, 2020, however, none of that is happening due to the outbreak of the novel coronavirus(新型冠状病毒).

Saminah Haddad, a seventeen-year-old senior at Long Beach Polytechnic High School, wasn’t expecting her college offers until later in the spring. This year, there will be no spring season, which for Haddad means no four-year college. She is considering Long Beach City College, which is free for state residents. She also lost her job at an amusement park. All of the senior-year milestones that Haddad had been looking forward to have been cancelled: prom, graduation, and an event called the “Pursuit of Excellence Awards,” where she would have been recognized for perfect attendance. She doesn’t yet know if she’ll still be working this summer for her father, who was about to open a juice bar in Brooklyn.

In the meantime, Haddad’s school is offering some online instruction, but in her case the course load has dropped to just two classes: A.P. Literature, which meets virtually, and a government class, which consists of written assignments that she receives by e-mail. Haddad is planning to take her A.P. exam, though she finds it hard to imagine what the forty-five-minute, cell-phone-friendly version of the test will be like. No one knows how colleges will view it, either.

Life has been emptied of content, and the plot is lost. She texts with friends. She argues with her mom and stepdad a lot. “It’s bringing us closer together,” she half joked. “But it’s O.K.”

21. What can be known about Haddad from Paragraph 2?

A. She has applied to study abroad.

B. She will attend a graduation ceremony.

C. She won’t work in her father’s juice bar.

D. She may get her college offers in late spring.

22. How does Haddad feel about the A.P. exam?

A. Doubtful.B. Bored.

C. Excited.D. Nervous.

23. In which section of a newspaper may the passage appear?

A. Family.B. Society.

C. Education .D. Health.

B

Noah Higgs hated learning Irish in school. He hated the way it was taught, overly formal and disconnected from ordinary people’s lives. Most of all he hated the effect the lessons had on his fellow students’ willingness to speak the language. But the Dublin native never lost his love for Irish, nor his opinion that more people should be learning the language.

Today, almost 40% of the 7,000 languages spoken worldwide are endangered, according to the United Nations. More are going extinct every year. It was once widely feared that the Internet revolution would accelerate this decline. If developers and smartphone manufacturers aren’t willing to invest in supporting minority languages, that would cut off people who speak them from an important way to communicate and trap those languages in the past.

Higgs, 23, though, is one of a small group of educators and activists reinventing how minority languages are taught and preserved online by using cutting-edge technology.

When he was 17, Higgs had a “crazy teenage idea”. He had begun using Duolingo, a mobile language-learning app, to study French, and wondered if the creators had considered adding support for Irish.

At the time in early 2013, there were five languages on Duolingo, the smallest of which, Italian, has an estimated 67.9 million speakers worldwide. By comparison, at its height in the 18th century, there were an estimated four million Irish speakers. Today the figure is closer to 1.2 million.

“I didn’t get a reply,” Higgs said.

But his email wasn’t ignored. Inside Duolingo’s open-plan, Silicon Valley-style headquarters in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, change was going on. Within five years, the language startup would build a library of over 30 languages, including some of the most endangered on the planet.

24. What was the public concern over the Internet revolution?

A. People’s less contact in real life.B. The negative effect on the lessons.

C. Fewer ways of learning languages.D. The decline of endangered languages.

25. What was Higgs’ “crazy teenage idea”?

A. Turning to Duolingo to study French.

B. Teaching minority languages on the Internet.

C. Asking Duolingo developers to support Irish.

D. Using cutting-edge technology to preserve Irish.

26. What can be learned from the last three paragraphs?

A. Higgs’ email went unnoticed.B. Duolingo improved its service.

C. Duolingo’s headquarters changed.D. Irish was on the point of dying out.

C

A desire among many seniors is to “age in place.” Aging in place is a term used to describe a person living in their own house, for as long as they are able to, as they age. Yes, the familiarity of your current home is the advantage of aging in place, but the potential financial drawbacks to renovate(翻新)the house might actually be more costly than the long-term benefits.

40 years ago, with a growing family, you probably purchased a 4-bedroom child-friendly house. Now, with kids moving out, you might be thinking about changing one of your bedrooms into a massive master bathroom, and another into an open-space reading area. You might also be thinking about cutting back on lawn maintenance(草坪维护)by installing a pool surrounded by beautiful paving stones. It all sounds wonderful doesn’t it?For the short term, you may really enjoy the new upgrades, but you’ll still have to climb those stairs, pay to heat and cool a home that’s larger than what you need, and continue fixing all the things that start to go wrong with a 40-year-old home.

Last month, in their Retirement Repot, Kiplinger addressed the point, “Renovations are just a part of what you need to make aging in place work for you. While it’s typically less expensive to remain in your home than to pay for assisted living, that doesn’t mean it’s a slam dunk to stay put. You’ll still have a long to-do list. You need to plan ahead for how you will manage maintenance and care-for your home, and for yourself.”

So, at some point, the time may come when you decide to sell this house anyway. That can pose a big challenge if you’ve already taken cash value out of your home and used it to do the type of renovation we mentioned above. The family moving into your neighborhood is probably similar to what your family was 40 years ago.

27. Why do many seniors want to age in place?

A. They are familiar with the house.

B. They can enjoy long-term benefits.

C. They can live as long as they desire.

D. They are likely to avoid financial trouble.

28. What do the seniors renovate the houses mainly for?

A. Preparing for aging in place.

B. Making it more energy-efficient.

C. Cutting back on the necessary cost.

D. Making full use of the space available.

29. What is conveyed in the Retirement Report?

A. Aging in place turns out to be very rewarding.

B. Renovating the house calls for a lot of money.

C. Assisted living deserves wider public attention.

D. Aging in place is more than renovating the house.

30. What can be the author’s advice for those wishing to age in place?

A. Take life as it is.B. Think before you act.

C. Better late than never.D. Enjoy life to the fullest.

第二节: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。

A little battery puts out a little bit of electricity, so you can use it safely for your experiments. But the electricity that comes through the wires in your house or school is much more powerful. ___31___.

Inside the walls where you live or study, there are big wires that carry electricity. When you plug in a light or radio or other electrical appliance, you are putting the light or radio in the path way of the electricity. You have heard adults say, “Don’t stick your finger into the wall plug.” Now do you know why? ___32___Your body is a pretty good conductor of electricity. The electrical current coming through the wires to the wall plug is so strong that it would hurt a lot if you stuck your finger in the plug.

Think: Why should you never put your fingers into the socket(插座)where the light bulb is fixed into a lamp? ___33___Put your finger in there and it could be you, rather than the light bulb, that becomes part of the electrical path way. And that would hurt!

What if you held a piece of metal, like a fork or knife, and stuck it into the wall plug?Don’t do it!Why?It’s because metals conduct electricity. And you would get a terrible shock!

___34___ Can you think why?It’s because water is a good conductor of electricity. When your hands are wet or when your body is in a bathtub full of water, the electricity could flow right through you and give you an awful shock, or even kill you.

Electricity is very useful, but it can be dangerous. Be careful, be safe and be smart. ___35___.

A. Let electricity help you, not hurt you.

B. Keep yourself away from the electricity.

C. Therefore, you need to remember some safety rules.

D. Don’t touch any electrical appliance when you are wet.

E. Make your home as safe as possible for kids with these tips.

F. If you did, you would become part of the electrical path way.

G. That’s the place where the electricity flows into the light bulb.

第三部分:语言运用

第一节 完形填空

阅读下面短文,从短文后各题所给的A、B、C和D四个选项中,选出可以填入空白处的最佳选项,并在答题纸上将该项涂黑。

I watered in my garden on that burning hot afternoon. “Missus!” The husky(沙哑的) voice___36___me and I turned quickly. “Could I please have a drink of water?” “Come into the yard.” I called and___37___the cup that hung over the outdoor tap. He drank, swallowing slowly and then splashed(泼洒) water on his face. “That feels___38___,” he said, and stood there, awkward. “Have you any___39___I can do for you? Weed or water your garden?” What work could I___40___him? Nothing!I couldn’t afford a single cent. I___41___to look around, before shaking my head.

I knew he must be___42___, but the icebox held so little: only some milk and bread for my daughter, Alice. I said, “I’ll get you something to___43___.” I couldn’t bear to look into his___44___eyes. When I carried some bread to him, I felt a little___45___at offering so little. After I returned to the house, I dropped into the armchair.

“Mama, where are you?” I struggled to my feet and found Alice sitting at the kitchen table. “Mama, Acme Stores are____46____next week. The employment officer said girls would be hired____47____they were properly dressed. That means a decent pair of shoes, Mama!” My heart ached and I stepped to____48____her with a hug. “Honey, we have a whole____49____to work on it. Maybe something will come our way.” “That’s what you always say, Mama. What’s the use of____50____?”

The week____51____the boy’s stop at my garden, I watered, as usual. A flash of white in the mailbox____52____my eye. The____53____contained a note: “To the lady in the garden: I got a job a after you____54____me and let me rest. You helped me feel and look___55____Now, let me help you.” Folded within the paper were eight one-dollar bills.

36. A. terrifiedB. interestedC. embarrassedD. disappointed

37. A. stared at.B. pointed toC. looked forD. held up

38. A. tiringB. goodC. thirstyD. hot

39. A. favorB. deedsC. workD. dishes

40. A. suggestB. requireC. presentD. offer

41. A. hesitatedB. desiredC. continuedD. pretended

42. A. worriedB. happyC. hungryD. tired

43. A. drinkB. eatC. doD. wash

44. A. gratefulB. sharpC. blankD. determined

45. A. guiltyB. nervousC. worriedD. shocked

46. A. closingB. hiringC. sellingD. displaying

47. A. now thatB. in caseC. only ifD. so that

48. A. pleaseB. amuseC. expectD. comfort

49. A. weekB. dayC. minuteD. hour

50. A. workingB. hopingC. tryingD. hugging

51. A. beforeB. duringC. afterD. by

52. A. caughtB. shadedC. avoidedD. wet

53. A. shoeB. letterC. envelopeD. mail

54. A. relaxedB. supportedC. acceptedD. fed

55. A. hopefulB. carefulC. thankfulD. respectful

第Ⅱ卷

第三部分 语言运用

第二节: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。

Playing video games casually can be a great way to have fun. However, if you’re so focused___56___gaming that it feels like it’s taking over your life, you may have a video game addiction. It is no joke. The WHO in 2018___57___(official) classified it as a mental health condition, ___58___(call) “gaming disorder”. Fortunately, there___59___(be) things you can do to get it controlled.

Give yourself a strict time limit for daily play. Don’t give it up if you end up playing___60___(long) than you meant to—it’s totally normal! Try to learn from___61___happened and think of a way to avoid it next time. If this still doesn’t work, ask___62___(friend) and family to help you. Have them check in with you to make sure you are not playing.

Keep gaming devices inaccessible. If there is a mobile phone or___63___computer in your room, you may___64___(attract) to stay up playing Make your room a screen-free zone____65____(stay) away from late-night gaming.

第四部分 写作

第一节:应用文写作

假定你是李华,你的英国朋友Gary学习汉语时碰到困难,写信请你推荐相关学习资源,帮助解决问题。请你回信,内容包括:

1.资源名称;

2.推荐理由。

注意:

1.词数80左右;

2.可适当增加细节,以使行文连贯。

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第二节:读后续写

阅读下面短文,根据所给情节进行续写,使之构成一个完整的故事。

It was a rainy November morning. Overcome with anger I knew if I didn’t leave the house soon I would lose my temper with my husband, Joe. As rain came down in sheets, Joe offered to take me to work. I struggled into my jacket, seized my bag and teaching plans and ignored him.

He insisted and reached for his boots. I looked at the piles of newspapers and the dirty dishes still on the table. “Don’t you have enough to do?I can take care of myself.” I stormed out, not even kissing him good-bye. Joe shouted after me not to take the shortcut.

Joe and I had been eagerly looking forward to our retirement when heart a attack that past spring forced him to leave his job earlier than we had planned. As the medical bills mounted we realized I would have to continue working full-time while Joe stayed home and took over the housework.

The new arrangement was a disaster. Exhausted after a day of full work, all I wanted was hot homecooked meal and a good night’s sleep. However, what greeted me at the table was a microwave package. Sometimes he would serve oatmeal for several nights in a row. One night when I dragged myself to bed, I was terrified to discover Joe had turned our white sheets blue: He told me he had found out how to save on water, soap and electricity. He patted his blue trousers and announced proudly washing everything together was just the secret.

Ten minutes later, ignoring Joe’s warning I turned off the main route. I thought it hadn’t rained enough to flood the road, but as I rounded the corner water rushed across my path. After a few feet, the car got stuck. I opened the door and water poured in. I hurriedly closed the door. I couldn’t risk walking in this. Almost 20 minutes passed. The car began to shake. I got frightened to death when I heard three long honks.

注意:

1. 所续写短文的词数应为150左右;

2. 应使用5个以上短文中标有下划线的关键词语;

3. 续写部分分为两段,每段的开头语已为你写好;

4. 续写完成后,请用下划线标出你所使用的关键词语。

Paragraph 1:

Looking over my shoulder, I stared into the flashing lights of a truck. 

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Paragraph 2:

I screamed that I couldn’t make it.

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