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2019年春季湖北省高中联考协作体期中考试-试卷
发布日期:2019-04-23
2019年春季湖北省高中联考协作体期中考试
高二英语试卷
命题学校:湖北省天门中学  命题教师:谭红玲
考试时间:2019年4月19日下午  试卷满分:150分
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答案。
1. What’ s the woman’s main sport in the club?
A. Swimming                                     B. Golf
C. Tennis
2. How does the man feel now?
A. Anxious                                        B. Grateful
C. Hopeful
3. What are the speakers talking about?
A. A song                                         B. A video
C. A club
4. When does the woman think Mr. Green will return?
A. At about 4:00 pm.                              B. At about 4:10 pm.
C. At about 4:50 pm.
5. Which room stays in its original place?
A. The mail room                                B. The supply room
C. The meeting room
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。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. How often does the woman usually watch TV?
A. Once a day                                    B. Twice a day
C. Twice a week
7. What does the woman like to do?
A. Go to concerts                                 B. Write music plays
C. Take physical exercise
听第7段材料,回答第8至9题。
8. What will the man do for the woman?
A. Drop off her clothes                            B. Get some movies
C. Post a package.
9. What attracts the woman to Maxx Value?
A. Its cheap milk                                 B. Its tasty bread
C. Its fresh fruit
听第8段材料,回答第10至12题。
10. Where will the speakers go for their holiday?
A. To Aberdeen                                  B. To Glasgow
C. To Edinburgh
11. How does the woman suggest going to clubs?
A. By car                   B. On foot            C.By bike
12. What will the speakers do at the weekend?
A. Take a bus tour                                B. Meet some friends
C. Visit some museums.
听第9段材料,回答第13至16题。
13. What kind of tickets for the band are available now?
A. The £15tickets                               B. The £12 tickets
C. The £8 tickets.
14. Where will the duck races start?
A. Near the park                              B. Behind the cinema
C. Under the railway bridge.
15. How many people are there in the woman’s family?
A. Three                    B. Four             C. Five
16. Which play is suitable for people of all ages?
A. “ The Mystery of Muldoon”                      B. “Fire and Flood”
C. “Silly Sailor”
听第10段材料,回答第17至20题。
17. When is the new library closed?
A. On Sunday afternoon                           
B. On Monday afternoon
C. On Saturday morning.
18. What can visitors do on the second floor?
A. Read fiction books                             
B.Enjoy a coffee
C. Play games.
19. On which floor can visitors use the computers?
A. The first floor                                  B.The second floor
C. The third floor
20. What has changed in the new library?
A. The length of time of keeping books.
B. The location of the exhibition area.
C. The charge for borrowing videos.
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,并在答题卡上将该项涂黑。
A
You don't have to wait to graduate from college (or even high school) to start a successful company. Check out these kids who've built big businesses while doing homework.
Benjamin “Kickz” Kapelushnik, Sneaker Don
Benjamin was just 15 when he decided to turn his passion for sneakers into a business, dealing in hard-to-get, limited edition shoes. He started out by paying friends to stand in line when new shoes were released but now has connections with retailers(零售商) to help him get the most sought-after shoes in large numbers for Sneaker Don. He currently counts star athletes and musicians, including DJ Khaled and P. Diddy, among his clientele.
Mikaila Ulmer, Me and the Bees
One of the most well-known kid CEOs is Me and the Bees Mikaila Ulmer, who was just four years old when she became fascinated by bees—and was gifted with her great-grandmother’s recipe for flaxseed lemonade. After getting her start selling her lemonade at youth entrepreneurial events, you can now find her honey-sweetened BeeSweet lemonade in Whole Foods. A portion of the proceeds from her lemonade business goes to environmental groups.
Alina Morse, Zollipops
Seven-year-old Alina was tired of having to turn down lollipops at the bank and other places because the candy wasn’t good for her teeth. She and her dad worked on a lollipop that’s sugar-free—and can actually help reduce the amount of acid in your mouth after a meal to reduce the chances of tooth decay. And that’s how Zollipops was born. The company has expanded to create Zolli Drops hard candies and Zaffi Taffy for a chewier treat.
Maxine Marcus, The Ambassador Company
Unlike many young CEOs, 17-year-old Maxine Marcus built a service, not a product. Her company, The Ambassador Company, helps big companies and brands understand the teen viewpoint—and ensures that their efforts to connect with them succeed. See the most ironic items ever invented.
21.Who is the youngest CEO?
A. Benjamin “Kickz” Kapelushnik         B. Mikaila Ulmer
C. Alina Morse                         D. Maxine Marcus
22. How does Benjamin make money?
A. By working together with retailers to promote his products
B. By including star athletes and musicians among his clientele
C. By selling hard-to-get limited edition sneakers
D. By paying friends to buy newly-released sneakers
23. How is Maxine Marcus different from other young CEOs?
A. Her company sells service instead of products.
B. Her company is selling something good for people’s health.
C. She started her company because of her personal passion.
D. She is using some of her profits to help others.
B
Last week, my wife and I took possession of this beauty, 3-story country house in Pelham, New York. We haven’t moved yet: the place is badly in need of renovation(翻新), which’ll happen a lot more quickly if our stuff isn’t in the way. We still own our NYC co-op, and it won’t close until July or August. We intend to get every last day of city living that we can.
But now seems as good a time as any to put the blog on hold—a step I’ve been considering for a while. I’ve posted 1,010 restaurant reviews in just over 11 years, which averages out to nearly two reviews per week, for roughly a decade. That’s an awfully long time. In recent months, it has felt more like a burden, and less of the joy it originally was.
Of course, that burden came entirely from myself : this blog has never accepted advertising. No one’s livelihood—and certainly not mine—depended on its existence. Yet, having created this tiny space in my little corner of the Internet, with a very small but rather appreciative (and appreciated) amount of loyal readers, for a long time I fell I have to keep it going.
But my free time over the next several months will be increasingly taken up with a complex renovation, moving house, getting to know a new neighborhood, and a quite different lifestyle than I’ve been accustomed to. Something needs to be edited out, to make room for all that, and the blog is it.
If our move to the suburbs provides a convenient excuse, I might have reached the same decision earlier before that: the sense that my food blogging had fallen into stereotypes (陈词烂调) was in my mind even before we started house-hunting, although it certainly became more clear after that. I think I’m going to enjoy dining out for its own sake, as it used to be: no more photos, no more “writing the review” in my head as I eat.
One thing that hasn’t changed is the pleasure of dining out, which I love as much as ever. My wife and I intend to keep up our weekly Manhattan “date nights”. I still work in the city, and Pelham isn’t all that far away—one of the reasons we chose it.
Will the blog return after we’re settled in our new home? Surely not with the frequency it has been, and perhaps not at all. As I write this, I’m feeling like I won’t miss it.
24. What’s NOT the reason for the author to put his blog on hold?
A. He is moving to the countryside and don’t have enough time.
B. It has brought him more burden than joy.
C. This blog hasn’t received any advertising profits, which makes him disappointed.
D. Food blogging lacked creativity for him and he wanted to enjoy the pure joy of dining out
25. Where did the author’s burden of running the blog come from?
A. His depended on the blog to make a living.
B. He felt it his responsibility not to let his loyal readers down.
C. His free time has been increasingly occupied with other stuff.
D. He found it hard to adapt to a different lifestyle.
26. What can we infer from this passage?.
A. The author will soon continue his blog after he settle in his new home.
B. The author will not continue his blog after he settle in his new home.
C. The author hasn’t decided whether to continue his blog even after he settle in his new home.
D. The author has decided to decrease the frequency of posting the blog after he settle in his new home.
27. Where can you most probably find this passage?
A. A personal blog               B. A fashion magazine
C. A science report               D. A travel brochure
C
The first thing you should know about Nightfood, a new “sleep-friendly” ice cream, is that it’s a genius idea. There are certainly still some doubts whether it actually works. But many people have trouble sleeping, and many people love eating ice cream, and the possibility of cookies-and-cream-flavored Ambien(一种助眠药), even though that’s not exactly how the product functions, is going to be irresistible to people with sleep problems everywhere.
“Part of me is like, I’m jealous I’m not part of this marketing programme,” said Raj Dasgupta, assistant professor of clinical medicine specializing in sleep at Keck School of Medicine at the University of Southern California. “They knew exactly how to appeal to customers.”
You could eat Nightfood any time of day without feeling sleepy, but the product is designed for sleep because surveys have shown one of the most common times people tuck into a pint of ice cream is at night, probably while watching Netflix. But can junk food really solve your sleep problems? Probably not, Dasgupta said.
The best way to improve your sleep is to practice good sleep hygiene: have a set bedtime and wake time every day, avoid caffeine and screens late at night, and, uh, do not eat within two hours of your bedtime. But our willpower fails us in the face of a “Russian Doll” binge with a pint of mint chocolate chip.
“They know no one is going to listen to this advice, so, might as well cater to them,” Dasgupta said. Sugary snacks “are the no-no foods you don’t want someone to eat before bed. If they’re going to eat it anyway, I’d rather they grab the nutritious one rather than the Twinkie or the cupcake.”
And here’s the thing: It actually tastes really good. Unlike other “functional” ice creams that boast of higher protein and lower sugar and fat, Nightfood uses real sugar — no alternative sweeteners. There is milk and cream in it. It has fewer calories than your typical pint, but you would hardly know it from the texture or taste.
Nightfood is not the only sleep-friendly product on the market. There are also several carbonated sleep drinks, including Som and Neuro Sleep. They might help a bit, but Dasgupta cautions that sleep-promoting foods are not a cure-all.
“You’re not just going to start eating this food and get great sleep. There’s other things that go into it, too,” like your overall health, stress level and the amount of time you spend aimlessly scrolling through Twitter in bed.
28.What does Raj Dasgupta mean by saying “Part of me is like, I’m jealous I’m not part of this marketing programme”?
A. The idea of the new “sleep-friendly” ice cream is wonderful.
B. He wanted to be part of a marketing programme.
C. He envied the profit that workers in the ice cream marketing made.
D. He wanted to work as an advertiser instead of a doctor.
29. What can we know from this passage?
A. People often turned to ice cream before bed.
B. Nightfood doesn’t taste as good as other ice creams.
C. Nightfood uses only a little alternative sweeter.
D. Nightfood can keep you awake all the time.
30. What’ s NOT a good way to improve people’s sleep, according to the passage?
A. To have a set bedtime and wake time every day.
B. To avoid caffeine and screens late at night
C. Not to eat within two hours of bedtime.
D. To eat a NightFood before going to bed.
31. What’s the best title of this passage?
A. Nightfood, a tasteful ice cream
B. Nightfood, a cure for insomniac
C. Nightfood, a replacement for sugary snacks
D. Nightfood, a healthy likely sleep-helper
D
Artificial intelligence (AI) has grown into a hot spot industry in recent years, and it has witnessed an increasing number of start-up projects and expanding financing. However, the prospering trend in the field may hit a wall in 2019.
According to a white paper regarding the AI industry released last July by the Beijing Municipal Bureau of Economy and Information Technology, China is home to 4,040 AI companies at present. However, 70 percent of the firms have failed to receive venture capital(风险投资).
In this regard, it’s fair enough to say that this year might bring about a cold winter for the industry, at least for those selling “fake” AI technologies.
“It’s becoming hard for AI technologies to be applied in the market and 90 percent of the start-ups in this industry may fail if proper fields of application are not found,” said Ai Yu, Managing Director of China Everbright Limited, a Hong Kong-based financial services company.
Experts said that AI will see a larger application in people’s work and life this year, and core sectors such as AI chips will become more and more professional, making it difficult for entry into this industry.
Large numbers of AI start-ups have been popping up in China, and some of them are leading the world in facial recognition, autopilot and natural language interaction, said Liu Jiong, chairman of the board of Lanting Capital, a cross-border, medical focused strategic consulting and investment firm.
However, there still are many AI firms that haven’t found proper methods to make money, which is an issue that the Chinese AI industry must face in the future.
“Given the current money shortage in the capital market, a large number of companies will be gradually knocked out because of their relatively weak technical strength,” said Liu Wanqing, venture partner of DayWin Asset Management. According to him, those backed by powerful technologies are expected to embrace sound development.
Insiders noted that more and more companies were calling themselves AI firms with the inflow of large amount of money into the AI industry, but it still couldn’t hide the fact that many of them were knocked off. Blindness and aimless investment would only hold back the healthy development of the industry, and the only way for sustained development is to smash the “bubbles” first.
32. What does the underlined expression “hit the wall” in paragraph 1 mean?
A. come to a stop                  
B. experience difficulties
C. grow into a popular industry       
D. expand financially
33. Which is an issue that the Chinese AI industry must face in the future?
A. Large numbers of AI companies have been appearing in China.
B. Some companies are leading the world.
C. AI firms haven’t found proper method to make money.
D. A large number of AI companies will be knocked out.
34. Which companies are likely to have a better future?
A. Companies with powerful technologies     
B. Companies with large investments
C. Leading AI companies                   
D. Sustained developing companies
35. What’s the best title for this passage?
A. The development of Chinese AI technology
B. China be home to many AI companies
C. Chinese AI companies face a cold winter
D. The future of Chinese AI technologies
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 Lantern Festival, a traditional Chinese festival, is celebrated on the 15th day of the first lunar month. And it falls on Tuesday this year.____36_____ The day leads to the first full moon night of the year, and is also the night when the earth returns to spring.
It was also a romantic festival in ancient China, providing an opportunity for unmarried men and women to meet. ____37______ But during the Lantern Festival, it was a tradition that all people, including those young women, come out for lantern shows. People hang lanterns everywhere, in their house or in the streets, which depict various characters, like flying birds, leaping fishes, and shining fireworks, showing an atmosphere of joy. _____38___.
Another activity, guessing the answers to lantern riddles,gave young people a chance to interact with each other and know more about each other. For thousands of years, there have been numerous love stories originating during the Lantern Festival.
Besides watching lanterns and guessing the answers to lantern riddles, there are many other traditions for the festival.
 1. Dragon lantern dance
_____39____At the festival, people perform dragon lantern dances and look forward to this year's good weather and peace.
2. Lion Dances
It is similar to the dragon lantern dance, delivering good wishes and good luck.
3. Eating yuanxiao
Eating yuanxiao on Lantern Festival is another tradition. _____40_____The stuffing includes bean paste, sugar, hawthorn, various kinds of fruit and so on. It can be boiled, fried or steamed and fried to eat.
A. Chinese people regard the dragon as a symbol of good luck.
B. Here is a guide for you to spend a happy Lantern Festival.
C. Yuanxiao is made of glutinous rice, either solid or stuffed.
D. Almost all people will come out and appreciate the beautiful scene.
E. As a traditional food, YuanXiao appeals to a lot of people.
F. In ancient times, young women, especially daughters of respected families, hardly stepped out their houses.
G. It is a continuation of celebrating the Spring Festival.
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,从短文后所给各题四个选项(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。
I settled into my seat in the audience at Good Morning America and stared down at the shoes I was wearing. My little sister’s shoes. Emily had died eight months earlier, a slow, __41____ death from cervical cancer. I had inherited her gray, slip-on Converse sneakers with white laces. I loved those shoes. I __42___ them too. Every time I put them on, I was __43__that I wouldn’t see my sister or hold her again for a long, long time.
Emily and I hadn’t been close growing up. We were quite the __44___. She was the type to jump up in the morning and start her day, with GMA on the TV, while I liked __45__better than a quiet morning with coffee and Scripture. When she got sick, I flew from New York to her home in Louisiana to __46___ her. As if the Lord and his love were working through me, our __47__  melted away, and all I felt for Emily was love.
That made her passing all the more devastating(令人沮丧的). I looked at her __48__ and thought about how she’d suffered.. I thought about how much I __49__ her, how I just wanted to feel her presence again.
Going to a taping of GMA had __50__ Emily’s wish list. Emily had drawn hope from the host Robin Roberts, a two-time cancer survivor. He was more than just a star. Emily had felt a spiritual __51__to Robin. I’d scored tickets to a show featuring the singer Mandisa, __52___music video for “Overcomer” had __53__my sister during her illness.
I just wanted to wear Emily’s shoes to the show and glance at her two heroes, my way of living her __54__for her. As soon as Robin Roberts stepped on set, I felt Emily’s excitement rush __55__me, pushing up from her shoes. Oh, sister. This is it! I thought.
At the first commercial break, Robin mingled(与…交谈) with the audience. Maybe I can get a picture with our shoes, I thought. I pushed my way through the crowd until, __56__, I was standing in front of her. “I’m here in my little sister’s shoes,” I said. “She died of cancer eight months ago. You were her absolute __57__. Can I take a picture with you?”
Robin’s eyes filled with __58__. “Thank you for sharing that with me,” she said, pulling me to her. “God bless you. Of course, we can take a picture.” I sat down again, my heart __59__. Robin Roberts now knew Emily in some mystical way, two souls connected in the wide world. It was so much __60__ I could have hoped for.
41. A. peaceful B. painful C. meaningful D. powerful
42. A. enjoyed B. admired C. envied D. hated
43. A. reminded B. required C. requested D. recalled
44. A. same B. similar C. opposite D. different
45. A. everything B. something C. anything D. nothing
46. A. care about B. care for C. look about D. look for
47. A. differences B agreements C. competitions D. influences
48. A.shoes B. laces C. clothes D. socks
49. .A. wanted B. missed C. pitied D. appreciated
50. A. stayed B. remained C. topped D. existed
51. A. relationship B. emotion C. connection D. decision
52. A. which B. who C. whom D. whose
53. A. inspired B. attracted C.attacked D. absorbed
54. A. hope B. expectation C.future D.dream
55. A.onto B. through C. across D. upon
56. A. unwillingly B. approximately C. suddenly D. entirely
57 . A. hero B. host C. survivor D. patient
58. A.laughter B. tears C. shouts D. yells
59. A. broken B. blank C. full D. lost
60. A. instead of B.rather than C. other than D. more than
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。
Color, design and flavor, you can find all this and more in the pastry(油酥糕饼) of Cédric Grolet. The 33-year-old French chef ____61___(make) his name through several visually surprising confection lines, such as the iconic trompe-l'oeil fruit desserts.
Before ____62__ (open)  his own store in Paris earlier this year, Grolet worked with several top-notch pastry chefs. "I think success depends on ___63_____ amount of hard work," he said. "If you want to achieve great things in your career, you should always have an objective and the desire_____64___ (learn)."
Grolet won the World's Best Pastry Chef both in 2017 and 2018, and has over 1 million ____65___ (follower) on Instagram. During his global teaching tour, he sits down with China Daily Website in Beijing to talk about his experience in China and pastry making.
His___66____(impress) on China started more than a decade ago. "I came to China for the first time ____67____the age of 20. It was also the first time I _____68___ (travel)by airplane. I came to Beijing, which was incredible," he said. "I haven't yet explored Chinese culture. ___69____ I think there are many interesting things."
A dream-seeker ____70___(him), Grolet gives his best wishes to young adults in China. "I wish them to believe in their dream and to have patience about their dream. I wish them all the courage and good luck."
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)
71.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:在缺词处加一个漏字符号(∧),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限一词;
2.只允许修改10处,多者(从第11处起)不计分。
As we know, more and more ladies are begun to lose weight in different ways now. Recently, our class have had a heated discussion about it.
About 60% students are into it. They think one can stay slim and look beautiful by losing weight. If one does this in a proper way, and it can stop one from getting fat and can keep one health. Besides, taking everyday exercise and go on a diet can help to train a person’s perseverance. However, the other have different ideas. They hold view that it is a waste of time, energy and money. Some often try to lose weight by taking weight loss pills. As a result, their health gets damaged bad. What’s worse, whoever takes weight loss seriously often lack confidence.
In my opinion, if one is too fat and often falls ill, he or she should try to lost weight with the help of a doctor.
第二节  书面表达(满分25分)
假定你是李华,你的美国朋友Chris目前在北京学习汉语,他对中国传统文化非常感兴趣。本周五下午你校将要举办一个文化讲座,请你根据以下提示给他写一封电子邮件,邀请她来参加。
1. 农业大学李教授讲解中国茶文化的历史和传播;
2. 讲座后有交流和品茶活动
3. 你将陪同Chris并帮其翻译。
注意:1.词数100个左右;2.信中不能出现与本人有关的信息;3.信的开头和结尾已为你拟好, 不计入总词数。
Dear Chris,
_____________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________
Yours,
Li Hua
 

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