课件 w ww.5 y kj.Co m 高三校际联合考试
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
1．Why is Ann so upset?
A．She failed one of her exams．
B．She is worrying about other lessons．
C．She has no time to do her math homework．
2．What type of food does the woman eat?
A．Junk food． B．Healthy food． C．Delivered food．
3．What will the man probably do to stay warm?
A．Use a blanket． B．Turn on the heater． C．Drink some hot chocolate．
4．What are the speakers mainly talking about?
A．The man’s career．
B．The man’s travel plan．
C．The man’s plan after graduation．
5．What are the speakers’opinions about the painting?
A．It’s simple． B．It’s colorful． C．It’s complex．
6．Where does the conversation take place?
A．In an office downtown．
B．In an apartment downtown．
C．In an apartment in the East End．
7．What does the man want to do now?
A．Get to work． B．Go to a restaurant． C．Visit the woman’s company．
8．What’s the probable relationship between the speakers?
A．Brother and sister． B．Schoolmates． C．Colleagues．
9．How did the man try to contact his brother?
A．He sent him a text． B．He went to his house． C．He left him a voicemail.
10．Which subject is difficult for the woman?
A．Math． B．History． C．Chemistry．
11．When can the woman have tutoring?
A．On Tuesdays． B．On Thursdays． C．On Fridays．
12．Who is in charge of the Gifted Program?
A．Mr．Jermings． B．Mr．Hobart． C．Mrs．Lee．
13．What does the woman probably do?
A．She’s a diver．
B．She’s a lifeguard．
C．She’s a swimming instructor．
14．Who called the ambulance?
A．The woman． B．One of the students C．The instructor
15．When did the ambulance arrive?
A．Ten minutes later． B．Twelve minutes later． C．Twenty minutes later．
16．How did the girl react when she awoke?
A．She didn’t know what happened．
B．She went back into the poo1．
17．Who is making the announcement?
A．The student government．B．The school newspaper．C．The football team．
18．How many new teams are added this year?
A．Four． B．Three． C．Two．
19．What do the music club members do?
A．Organize trips． B．Attend concerts． C．Host dancing nights．
20．Why should a student join a campus group?
A．To have friends． B．To make good grades． C．To keep up with world news．
Animal Friendly Camps for Children
SPCA(Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals)camps are the best choice for the children who love animals. Campers enjoy a unique learning experience with our furry friends during these one-week sessions．
At San Diego’s Animal Adventure Camp，younger campers enjoy a wide range of exposure to animals and a dose of life lessons as well．Pets are played with inside a“safety circle，”a formation where kids sit with each knee touching a neighbor’s．Children then wait to be approached，learning the animals should come to them as opposed to chasing the animals and causing them stress．Then campers create one-of-a-kind toys for their favorite pups．
New Hampshire SPCA Summer Camp includes the Animal Advocates—Campers Picks program．Kids choose an animal to help it be adopted．They get to know it，its personality，and get the word out．Cage signs are lovingly made and hung and campers advocate for the animal all week．Then，when the animal finds a home，the entire camp celebrates．
Campers of all ages interact closely with horses at the MSPCA at Nevins Farm Children’s Camp in Methuen，Massachusetts．Set on a 40-acre farm with a working barn，the program introduces rescue training and the equipment used to transport an injured animal into an emergency vehicle to campers of all ages．This is many children’s first time interacting with large animals and it is thanks to the MSPCA's scholarship program．
Westchester SPCA Critter Camp in Briarcliff Manor，New York keeps kids busy all day．In addition to attending an animal cruelty workshop，campers create Adopt Me flyers for the sheltered dog or cat they’d like most to find a home．Then it’s time to post them around their neighborhood and do some legwork．There’s also crafting cat toys，baking dog biscuits and painting pictures to brighten things up in the dog farm．
21．What can children learn at San Diego’s Animal Adventure Camp?
A．How to approach animals． B．How to feed animals．
C．How to take care of animals． D．How to get along with animals．
22．Which camp trains children to save animals?
A．San Diego’s Animal Adventure Camp． B．New Hampshire SPCA Summer Camp．
C．Westchester SPCA Critter Camp． D．Nevins Farm Children’s Camp．
23．What do New Hampshire SPCA Summer Camp and Westchester SPCA Critter Camp have in common?
A．Both are shelters for large animals． B．Both encourage animal adoption．
C．Both involve making animal toys． D．Both take in endangered animals．
Automatic dishwashers have been around for more than 1 00 years．It started in 1886 with Josephine Cochrane，a woman in Shelbyville，Illinois．She was a rich woman who could afford servants to wash her dishes，so she really didn’t mind the work．What she did mind was that her servants broke the dishes．She hosted quite a few dinner parties，and after every party the servants broke more of her expensive dishes．
Finally，Cochrane took action．First，she measured her dishes and bent wire into racks to hold them．Next，she put the racks on a wheel in a large copper boiler．Then，the boiler sprayed hot，soapy water on the dishes as a motor turned the wheel．After a hot water rinse(冲洗)，the dishes were clean!
Josephine Cochrane’s friends were impressed with the machine and asked her to build more．After that，word got out fast．Soon hotel and restaurant owners who didn’t like broken dishes also were interested．Cochrane then knew that she had a wonderful machine，So she received a patent from the government，which said that only the inventor can make money from an invention．Then in 1893 Chicago held a world’s Fair where inventions from all over the world were shown．Cochrane’s labor-saving machine was a big hit．Her dishwasher won the highest award．
Cochrane’s company came out with a smaller machine in 1914．It was supposed to be for the ordinary home，but it wasn’t an immediate success．Many homes couldn’t produce the extremely hot water it needed．Also，in most homes，dishwashing wasn’t considered very difficult compared to most other housework．In fact some people liked to relax at the sink after a hard day! Sales of the home model finally picked up in the 1950s when people had more money and wanted to have more time to enjoy themselves．Now many homes have electric dishwashers that aren’t very different from the one Josephine Cochrane invented more than 1 00 years ago．
24．Why did Josephine Cochrane invent the dishwasher?
A．To make the dishes cleaner． B．To host more dinner parties．
C．To reduce the number of servants．D．To avoid damage to the dishes．
25．What does the underlined words in Paragraph 3 suggest?
A．The machine wasn’t as efficient as described．
B．The invention drew immediate attention of the public．
C．Josephine Cochrane could no longer keep it a secret．
D．Josephine’s friends soon began to talk about the new machine．
26．The smaller machine became popular only when____________．
A．people had more relaxing jobs B．hot water was not needed
C．people’s living conditions improved D．housework became easier
27．Compared with Cochrane’s invention，modern electric dishwashers_______．
A．cost less money B．are quite different
C．are much the same D．wash many other things
For most of his high school years，Sam Olson shot and produced several documentaries(纪录片)on Elgin，Illinois，United States．
During that time，the 18-year-old developed an appreciation for his hometown，whether it was its high school，museum，or its history．After Olson recently moved to Chicago as he prepared for his first year of students at Columbia College，he wrote an open letter to Elgin．“It has been a meaningful journey to travel through the year of our city，”he wrote．“To learn exactly where we came from，where these parks and landmarks，people and traditions，all came from．”
Recently，Olson talked about his decision to write a heartfelt letter to his hometown and its residents．“If I hadn’t done the documentaries．Elgin might have left a different impact on me，”he said．“I would have written more of a‘thanks for letting me live here’letter rather than my‘thanks for allowing me to experience Elgin’．”The letter shows Olson as a teen curious about Elgin’s past．He remembers the Elgin veterans he interviewed for a project，and how they served in the US army．
He wishes he could see“magnificent structures”at their peak，such as the Elgin National Watch Company．One of his dream projects is to document former Elgin National Watch Company workers and what it was like living and working in Elgin in the 1950s，he said．He also wrote about how he hopes he could see Elgin High School in the old days，when“students crowded the front steps made of old brick”．
The Elgin teen’s love for the city may come as a surprise to adults and teens alike．Olson said he understands teenagers have so much on their minds that the past，present and future of their hometowns is not that important to them．
Olson is aware of the reputation Elgin has locally．But Elgin，like other communities，has its share of challenges，with residents and others fighting to make it the best it can be．“We have to keep Elgin’s spirit and history alive as long as we can，because it’s our hometown，”Olson said．
28．When Olson moved to Chicago，___________．
A．he had little idea about his future plans
B．he couldn’t wait to write a letter to his family
C．he felt proud to remember the old traditions of his hometown
D．he had already produced some documentaries about Elgin
29．What is Olson likely to do next?
A．Teach in Elgin high schoo1．
B．Interview some old soldiers．
C．Work in the Elgin National Watch Company．
D．Produce a new documentary on Elgin’s past．
30．What does the last paragraph imply?
A．Elgin is the best city in the US．
B．Elgin’s spirit and history are disappearing．
C．Much remains to be done to make Elgin better．
D．People in Elgin are satisfied with its development．
31．What is the author’s purpose in writing the story?
A．To promote Olson’s documentaries on his hometown．
B．To explain why Olson was so curious about Elgin’s past．
C．To describe what Olson did to show his love for his hometown．
D．To present the difficulties Olson experienced when producing documentaries．
Artificial intelligence(AI)has been undergoing great progress in the last decade．An AI program can imitate human functions such as problem solving and learning．While AI offers much promise for the development of smarter and more useful machines，it also fills many with fear of a dull future where millions are thrown out of work，replaced by robots and smart machines．
It’s perhaps possible that humans will one day be reduced to servants of our machine overlords，but a calm assessment predicts a mixed effect of AI on the job market．History teaches us that machines do replace humans，but somehow there are still plenty of jobs available today．
The reason is that automation can take the place of labor on certain jobs，but also adds labor for other jobs that are not easily automated，making labor more productive and actually increasing the demand for workers．
Jobs composed of repetitive tasks are the ones most defenseless to automation．Examples including automated weaving machines，ATMs，production-line welders(焊接工)and phone answering systems．It might seem that these advances would simply throw people out of work．
But look at the example of the weaving machines．They increased productivity 50-fold and dropped the price of cloth by 98 percent．The demand for cloth exploded as the price fell，thus creating more weaver jobs．In the years between 1830 and 1900，the number of weaver jobs increased 4-fold despite automation．Automation increased demand for weavers，but also changed the nature of the weaver’s job．A similar process happened with ATMs，which didn’t remove the need for human tellers，whose numbers actually have risen since ATMs were introduced in the 1970s.
The intelligent response is for the public and private sectors to create worker training programs to teach new skills that will be required despite the spread of automation．This will require all investment in on-the-job training and lifelong learning．
32．What can we know about AI from Paragraph 1?
A．It has a history of no more than 10 years．
B．It leaves many people worrying about job loss．
C．It is already too advanced to be further improved．
D．It is unable to learn or solve problems like humans．
33．What does the author say about automation in Paragraph 2?
A．It will surely reduce job chances for humans．
B．It will certainly help improve productivity．
C．It wi11 enable machines to enslave humans．
D．It will eventually take the place of all human labor．
34．What is the author’s main purpose of listing the examples in Paragraph 3?
A．To tell us how to expand the job market to cut costs．
B．To explain why certain jobs suffer greatly from automation．
C．To show what is the best way to have productivity improved．
D．To prove automation doesn’t necessarily make humans jobless．
35．Which of the following can be the best title for the passage?
A．How AI will develop in the future
B．How AI will transform the job market
C．How man will benefit from automation
D．How man will survive in the age of automation
Some people say volunteering abroad is unaffordable for ordinary people． 36 Volunteering isn’t so expensive that it’s only an option for the well-off．Last year I spent 10 weeks volunteering in Arizona，helping to preserve America’s natural beauty．Altogether，it cost me around￡1，000 —a sum which I covered mostly by working in my student bar．
I spent my time maintaining trails，building fences and caring out re-vegetation projects in some of the national parks and national monuments of America. Summer temperatures in Arizona stay well above 35℃，not ideal if you’re carrying 50kg of concrete for 10 hours at a time． 37 One afternoon I was taking a nap when suddenly I realized that a snake was resting only 3 meters from me．The experience，needless to say，improved my strength of character，and reduced my fear of the English household spider．
38 But in reality，you benefit just as much as the local communities and eco-systems you’re helping．Spending 10 months in America’s most beautiful national parks and forests was an unforgettable experience．I gained a far deeper understanding of the local environment than the average tourist，meeting ex-national park keepers who had a unique knowledge of the area’s history and ecosystem．
39 Being placed in an unfamiliar environment forces you to use your initiative(主动性)and develop self-confidence—surviving 10 days of camping in the wild is something that three years of university could never provide．When I look back on the work I completed，it makes writing a paper and academic deadlines seem a lot more manageable．
But best of all，my 10 weeks were spent volunteering with young people from a mix of cultures and backgrounds from Belgians to South Koreans．40
A．And then there’s the wildlife to deal with．
B．I suffered a great deal from this experience．
C．From my experience，this couldn’t be further from the truth．
D．Many people will give time and energy if they see a benefit for themselves．
E．The most challenging aspects of working abroad are also the most beneficial．
F．Most people volunteer because they want to give something back to the world．
G．When I left Arizona，I returned home having made friends with students from across the world．
Just like most things rare and beautiful，orchids(兰花)don’t last forever，and it's always a little sad when the petals(花瓣)fall．I Carl’t 41 just throwing them out．Sooner or later，I usually put the green-leafed plants outside，and I've even tried putting them in the ground a couple of times， 42 with no luck．They’ve 43 re-bloomed．
This year，however，my lovely wife had other 44 ．A few of the plants were moved to a table in the living room，and some others were 45 on the kitchen windowsill(窗台)．I happily gave up 46 what to do with my flowerless orchids，and let my wife 47 trying to help them．
At some points in life，even the most magnificent events come to a(n) 48 ．Life and love are the two most 49 ，but everything we ever create or get involved in has its own life 50 ，right? Still，when you’re a seeker of truth and beauty，it’s always a little 51 to live through an ending．Sure，you can give up hope．It was certainly 52 to believe that those orchids would never flower again that really is，53 my wife decided to come to their rescue．
Most of the current plants are at least a 54 old now．But they’re still green，and that’s a good 55 ．My wife kept moving the plants 56 the house，looking for the right light．Tiny new stems(茎)grew from the old ones that she 57 not let me cut off，and now，nearly all of them are flowering．
Yes，you can lose everything that you think is 58 —your beauty，your wealth，you’re your family．But as long as you are alive，you can find new 59 within something that you thought was never going to 60 again．
41．A．help B．stand C．delay D．stop
42．A．and B．but C．so D．though
43．A．always B．seldom C．never D．ever
44．A．choices B．methods C．answers D．ideas
45．A．placed B．planted C．attended D．shown
46．A．managing B．wondering C．remembering D．doubting
47．A．give up B．insist on C．take over D．put off
48．A．pause B．station C．end D．stop
49．A．obvious B．essential C．difficult D．ambiguous
50．A．style B．depth C．range D．cycle
51．A．embarrassing B．surprising C．tough D．scary
52．A．hard B．easy C．1ikely D．strange
53．A．since B．unless C．because D．until
54．A．year B．month C．week D．decade
55．A．cause B．result C．sign D．beginning
56．A．around B．into C．across D．over
57．A．should B．would C．shall D．might
58．A．acceptable B．reliable C．beneficial D．important
59．A．opportunity B．inspiration C．1ife D．motive
60．A．start B．bloom C．1ive D．wake
Poetry is never far away from our daily lives．Many of us grew up reciting classic poems，learning to enjoy this beautiful art form that’s able to use just a few lines 61 (convey)such rich meanings．
The Chinese Shijing，which dates back to the Western Zhou Dynasty，has a 62 (1ong)history than the Homeric epics．Even today，classic poems 63 (appreciate)by a lot of people．
To recognize the unique 64 (able)of poetry and capture its creative spirit，World Poetry Day is held by the United Nations on March 21 each year to support linguistic diversity through poetic expression．
The Chinese Poetry Congress 65 (feature)classic poetry is extremely popular．The competition saw over 1 00 hopeful participants taking part in 66 number of challenges．The participants， 67 ages range from 7 to 70，include students，farmers，teachers and foreign competitors with an interest 68 Chinese literature．
And even TV series involving poetry are very 69 (success)．For example，in The Legend of Zhenhuan，one of the drama’s most moving songs was adapted from a poem 70 (write)by Wen Tingyun of the Tang Dynasty．
When I first came to England，I know little English．As you can probably guess it，my life was difficulty for a time．Simple tasks like ordering food or take a taxi were quite stressful．I signed up for classes and studied on my own as well，so I made poor progress．I became very discouraging．Finally，I found best way to learn English was to make friends with native speakers and spend time with them．I appreciated playing in a band with an English woman which became one of my best friend in London．My English improved great by hanging out with her．
3．去东湖公园看龙舟比赛(dragon boat races)。
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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)
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第二节 (共5小题；每小题2分, 满分10分)
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第二节 书面表达 （25分）
One possible version：
How are you recently? We are going to have a pleasant holiday this Friday, because Dragon-boat Festival is coming! So I’m earnestly inviting you to come to my home.
Just take No.26 bus and get off at People’s Square Station, where I’ll be waiting for you and we’ll go home together. Then mother will prepare tasty food for our lunch, including zongzi. We’ll learn how to make it with our own hands, and you’ll learn how this traditional Chinese food came into being.
When lunch is over, we’ll go to East Lake, where we’ll enjoy watching wonderful Dragon-boat races. Interesting, isn’t it?
I can’t wait to see you soon!
W: Ann looks rather upset these days. Do you know what happened to her?
M: Yeah, she failed math, and she must be worried about the results of her other exams, too.
M: You’ve been doing well with your diet, Diane. I’m proud of you. You never eat junk food anymore.
W: I decided to follow your advice. I used to order delivery like most people in the office, but you inspired me to eat healthier meals.
M: It’s very cold in here. I’m going to turn the heater on to warm this place up a little.
W: Why do you think I’m drinking hot chocolate? Here, take this blanket. The heater isn’t working right now.
W: Are you still thinking of going into journalism right away, or are you going to do some traveling instead?
M: I’m getting started on my degree in the fall. I want to continue my education right after we finish high school.
W: You see this painting? It looks like a five-year-old painted it.
M: It’s not very complex, I agree. It could use a little more color, too.
M: Wow! Nice place! I’ve never been to this part of town before.
W: Thanks. This area’s called the East End. It isn’t very central, but I chose it because I could afford more space here.
M: Yeah, you have a whole extra room!
W: I know! I use it for work.
M: I thought you worked in an office downtown.
W: My company lets me work one day a week from home.
M: Lucky! You’ve got a great boss and a great apartment. I’m so happy for you! Let’s celebrate! Let me take you to dinner.
W: Jason just emailed me. He’s going to be a little late for the teachers’ meeting this afternoon. That shouldn’t be a problem, though. At least you and I will be there on time, right? George? Hey, George, what’s wrong?
M: Sorry. I’m just really concerned about my brother. He was supposed to come over to my house for dinner last night, but he never showed up.
W: How often do you see each other?
M: Once a week. We always have dinner on Wednesdays. He hasn’t missed one in over a year.
W: Did you try calling him?
M: Yes, and I left him a voicemail. He doesn’t have a cell phone, so I can’t send him a text.
W: I’m sure he’s fine. Sometimes things come up at the last minute. Your brother sounds like a very responsible person, so I don’t think you have anything to worry about.
M: OK, you’re probably right. Thanks.
M: I’ve noticed that you have been having trouble in one of your classes. Is there anything I can do to help?
W: Well, Mr. Hobart, I’m struggling to keep up with my math homework. I’m also studying history and chemistry for my other midterms, and math just doesn’t come easy for me.
M: That’s normal. I wasn’t the greatest math student when I was young. You do have some choices, though.
W: Like what?
M: One of them is to take an afterschool class with Mr. Jennings. He’s in charge of the math department.
W: I’ve heard of that. The problem is that I have volleyball practice on Tuesdays and Fridays. It’s really important to me.
M: I see. The other choice is to find a tutor. We have a number of students from our Gifted Program who tutor various subjects for extra credit. It’s during the lunch hour.
W: That would be great. When can I do that?
M: Every Monday and Thursday. Go see Mrs. Lee, and she’ll sign you up.
M: I saw you on the news! You’re a hero! Come on, tell me all the details.
W: Well, I was watching the pool from my chair, like I always do. There was a group of kids taking diving lessons in the deep end.
M: Go on…
W: I guess one of the students hit their head on the diving board, because I saw that someone was sinking to the bottom of the pool.
M: So, what did you do next?
W: I jumped in the pool after their instructor jumped in and brought the kid back to the surface. It was a young girl, and she had swallowed a lot of water.
M: Wow. Did you give her mouth-to-mouth?
W: Of course. Then I told one of the kids to call for an ambulance.
M: Quick thinking!
W: The girl coughed the water up almost immediately, and just like that, it was over. We cleaned the wound and bandaged it up, and the emergency services arrived twenty minutes later.
M: How was she?
W: She had no memory of the past ten minutes. She wanted to go back in the pool. She didn’t even know why her parents were crying.
M: She must have been in shock.
Hi, students! This is Ashley Jacobs, your student government president. I have some important information for everyone about activities on campus this year. I promise that there will be something fun for everyone to do. Do you like sports? I know everyone is a fan of our football team. And now there are two new teams at school this year. We have added a baseball team and a swim team. Or do you enjoy creative activities? Student government created an art club and a music club for people with artistic abilities. Both of these groups have events all year long. The art club hosts painting nights and trips to the local museum, and the music club goes to see shows at the concert hall. And don’t forget about the school newspaper for all the writers out there! We pass out the paper every week for free on campus. Read it to keep up with all of the school news and activities that I announced. I strongly recommend that you join a student organization. It is an easy way to make good friends and have fun. Please consider joining one of these groups today. 文 章
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