www.ks5u.com英语试卷注意事项：1.答题前，先将自己的姓名、准考证号填写在试题卷和答题卡上，并将准考证号条形码粘贴在答题卡上的指定位置。2.选择题的作答；每小题选出答案后，用2B铅笔把答题卡上对应题目的答案标号涂黑。写在试题卷、草稿纸和答题卡上的非答题区域均无效。3.非选择题的作答，用签字笔直接答在答题卡上对应的答题区域内。写在试题卷、草稿纸和答题卡上的非答题区域均无效。4.考试结束后，请将本试题娄和答题卡一并上交。第一部分 听力(共两节，满分30分)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卡上。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，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. How will the woman go to the airport?A. By car. B. By bus. C. By taxi.2. What are the speakers talking about?A. A friend. B. A weekend plan. C. A school.3. What has the man been doing recently?A. Learning Japanese online. B. Watching soap operas. C. Reading a novel.4. Where does this conversation take place?A. At the speakers' home. B. In the woman's office. C. In a restaurant.5. What does the man want to major in at college?A. Medicine. B. Psychology. C. Geography.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, Why does the man look upset?A. He feels sick. B. He suffers physical pain.B. C. He lost his favorite player,7. What does the woman think of the man's feeling?A. Understandable. B. Unacceptable. C. Unreasonable.听第7段材料，回答第8至10题。8. Who is a new student?A. The man. B. The woman. C. The woman's friend.9. Which foreign country has the man been to?A. China. B. Britain. C. Japan.10. What are the speakers going to do?A. Walk around the school. B. Prepare for their trip. C. Have a class together.听第8段材料，回答第11至13题。11. Why does the man feel restless recently?A. He is too busy. B. He has nothing to do. C. His hands sometimes hurt.12. What does the woman advise the man to do?A. To go out. B. To save money. C. To read a book.13. What will the speakers probably do next week?A. Go to Sam's kindergarten.B. Meet at the man's home.C. Visit Sam's grandparents.听第9段材料，回答第14至17题。14. What type of movies does the woman like best?A. Action movies. B. Crime movies. C. Comedy.15. What is the ending of the movie Pay It Forward like?A. Touching. B. Funny. C. Awful.16. When did the man see The Three Amigos again?A. When he was a kid. B. Last month. C. Last weekend.17. Why does the woman like Jim Carrey?A. He is humorous. B. He won many awards. C. He acted in many movies.听第10段材料，回答第18至20题。18. Why did Darwin quit school the first time?A. He failed in the exam.B. His father asked him to quit.C. He had a great interest in nature.19. When did Darwin quit school the second time?A. In 1809. B. In 1827. C. In 1831.20. What does the speaker mainly talk about?A. How Darwin became a great scientist.B. Why Darwin was regarded as a failure.C. What influence Darwin's father had on him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A、B、C和D四个选项中，选出最佳选项。AWhile bringing global change may take some time, these companies and individuals have already developed various ways to reduce plastic pollution.Plastic BankAccording to its founder David Katz. “The only way to stop ocean plastic is to show the value to the collectors.” The company does this by rewarding people who collect ocean plastic with cash, goods, services. The garbage collected is recycled and sold to companies that pay above market prices to help the cause.Liter of LightSince 2011, Liter of Light has been transforming plastic bottles into light sources (光源). There are millions of people who have no access to electricity. The company attaches plastic bottles filled with water and bleach to roofs. They reflect sunlight into the dark, windowless homes during the day. When the sun sets. a micro solar panel (太阳能电池板) helps power an LED bub (灯泡).The Ocean Cleanup FoundationIn 2013, 18 year-old Boyan Slat dropped out of college to start The Ocean Cleanup Foundation. The young inventor developed the first operational cleanup system in the Great Pacific Garbage Patch. The system is designed to collect the surface garbage a8 it floats past. The accumulated plastic will be brought to land for recycling. Slat believes his invention will allow u8 to clean 50 percent of the patch within five years.You and MeWe don't have to be part of a major movement to help make a difference. Simply choosing to recycle, reuse. or avoiding plastic altogether can be a great start to reduce the waste. In addition. there are many other ways to reduce our ecological footprint. Consider walking instead of driving. taking shorter showers, ditching plastic straws. or even planting a tree!21. What does Plastic Bank mainly do to help reduce plastic pollution?A. They invent various ways.B. They reward the collectors.C. They found a recycling company.D. They call on the public to plant trees.22. How can plastic bottles become light sources?A. By reflecting sunlight.B. By producing electricity.C. By working with a solar panel.D. By being made into LED bulbs.23, What kind of person is Boyan Slat?A. Learned and ambitious.B. Devoted and dutiful.C. Hard- working and optimistic.D. Determined and creative.BLebanese filmmaker Nadine Labaki has become the first female artist in the Arab world to be nominated (提名）for an Academy Award ,or Oscar.Labaki directed the film Capernaum ,a film about a Syrian refugee (难民)boy and a Kenyan baby who live without parents on the streets of Beirut. h was nominated for best foreign language film.Labaki wil1 be one of the few female directors to compete for an Oscar this year. She told the Associated press "I wish there were a lot more women filmmakers this year represented,nominated in the Oscars. But I am sure in a few years we won't be having this problem anymore.”Unlike in the West, women filmmakers are industry leaders in Lebanon.Capernaum received a 15-minute standing ovation (热烈欢迎）at this year's Cannes Film Festival. It won the Jury Prize—the third-highest award given at Cannes.The United Nations has publicly praised the film. Lebanon's Foreign Minister saidCapernaum put a Lebanese touch on the international film industry.The Oscar nomination of Capernaum is the second for Lebanon in two years in the film group. It demonstrates the country's rising star power.Labaki called making the movie a life-changing experience. She said Capernaum helps humanize the real struggles of refugees only briefly talked about in the news.We can’ t help but acknowledge that there is a fear of refugees in general around the world and there are these walls we are building, and this fear that keeps growing," Labaki said.Capernaum will compete against four other films for the Oscar, including awards season favorite Roma. Directed by Mexico's Alfonso Cuaron, it earned 10 Oscar nominations, including for best picture.24. Where does Labaki come from?A. Syria. B. Kenya. C. Lebanon. D. Mexico.25.What do we know from Labaki's words in Paragraph 3?A. Few women directors have been nominated in the Oscars.B. She was the first female artist to compete for an Oscar.C More women directors will enter for Oscar this year.D. Female directors have problems with their films.26.Which of the following best describes Capernaum ?A. It is the best foreign language film. B. It shows the rising power of women.C. It has won the first prize at Cannes. D. It is highly thought of.27. What does the underlined ‘it’ in the last paragraph refer to?A Capernaum. B. The Oscar. C. Roma. D. Best picture.CBeing highly successful in any field is pretty rare. It takes a combination of natural talent, luck, determination, and plenty of outside support for someone to make it big in sports, entertainment, or business. But what if competing is all that matters to you, whether you are likely to succeed or not? This was the goal of Michael Eddie the Eagle Edwards, and that he reached that goal was an amazing achievement.Born in the U.K. in 1963, Michael was an enthusiastic downhill skier whose dream was to compete for Britain in world-class competitions. He would have liked to represent his country in the 1984 Winter Olympics, but there were a large number of downhill competitors, and Edwards didn't qualify. Seeing his chance elsewhere, he switched to ski jumping. Ski jumping didn't cost nearly as much, and there was almost no competition for a place on the Britain team.But a number of hurdles (障碍）could have meant the end of Edwards' dream. He weighed more than most competitors, which put him at a disadvantage. He had no financialsupport for hi, training. Poor eyesight meant that he had to wear glasses under his goggles (护目镜）- not a good thing when they steamed up at high altitudes. But he couldn't let any of this discourage him. He saw himself as a true lover of the sport who simply wanted the chance to compete. Winning wasn't the point. Having the opportunity to try was all he cared about. And nothing could stop him from trying.In the end, Edwards took 55th place in the 1987 World Championships. He then went on to the Calgary Olympics in 1988, where he finished last in both of his events. Many athletes would have been embarrassed by this result, but he is proud of his achievement to this day. His determination to fight against all the odds made him a global hero, and in 2016, the inspiring film Eddie the Eagle was made about his life.28. What is the purpose of the first paragraph?A. To add some background information.B. To uncover the secret of success.C. To expect an answer from readers.D. To introduce the topic.29. Why did Michael Edwards choose ski jumping?A. It took less skill.B. The equipment was cheaper.C. There was little competition.D. It was easy to win the championship.30. After the Calgary Olympics, Edwards _________A. felt he had reached his goalB. was embarrassed by his resultsC. switched to film makingD. was glad it was over31. What made Michael Edwards outstanding?A. His determination to win.B. His enthusiasm for the sport.C. His attitude towards the Olympics.D. His ability to overcome physical disabilities.DA woman grasped her phone to her heart the way a minister might hold a Bible. She was anxious to take a picture of a bunch of flowers that sat not 10 feet away, but first she had to get through a crowd of others pushing to do the same. The cause of this was Bouquets to Art, one of the most popular annual events at the de Young Museum in San Francisco. For the 34th year, artists were asked to create flower bunches that respond to pieces of art on display, from ancient carvings to contemporary sculptures. It’s time to take a photo to post on Instagram, but to the point that it has become a problem.In recent years» the de Young received more than a thousand complaints from people who felt that cell phones had ruined their experience. In fact, institutions of fine art around the world face similar problems as the desire to take photographs becomes a huge draw for museums as well as something that upsets some of their visitors. So the de Young responded with a kind of compromise: carving out “photo free” hours during the exhibition’s six-day run.One common complaint in the ongoing debates over the effect of social media on museum culture is that people seem to be missing out on experiences because they are so busy collecting evidence of them. A recent study in the journal Psychological Science suggests there is some truth to this; it found that people who took photos of an exhibit rather than simply observing it had a harder time rememberingwhat they saw. But the issue is complicated for the professionals running museums. Linda Butler, the de Young’s head of marketing, communications and visitor experience, acknowledges that not everyone wants a museum to be “a photo-taking playland. ” Yet a lot of other people do, and she thinks that the de Young is in no position to judge that one motivation for buying a $ 28 ticket is more valid than another. “If we removed social media and photography,” she says, “we would risk becoming less popular.” If this is a battle, signs indicate that the pro-phone crowd (亲手机人群) has already won.32. What were the crowd eager to do in Paragraph 1?A. To hold a Bible.B. To admire flowers.C. To take a photo.D. To see the exhibition.33.How did the de Young respond to the complaints?A. By setting periods without photo-taking.B. By making the exhibition free of charge.C. By compromising with other institutions.D. By giving extra time to take photos freely.34.What can we infer about the use of social media in museums according to the recent study?A. It uncovers the truth.B. It accumulates evidence.C. It causes complaints.D. It plays a negative role.35.Which of the following may Linda Butler support?A. Catering to visitors.B. Reducing admission prices.C.Reserving judgement in public.D. Banning social media and photography.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。How to write an email?While many people are accessible by email, sometimes it is difficult to determine how exactly to write an email to them. Here are some tips for you to follow.Write an appropriate subject line. The subject line should tell the recipient immediately what the email is about. ___36___ Remember that your wording also has to be brief.___37___ It is best to be more formal rather than informal, so when writing to someone you have never met or written to before, a “Dear Jane Smith” is appropriate. When addressing someone whom you are a little familiar with, a “Dr. Smith” is okay until they tell you to address them by their first name, in which case a simple “Jane” will be okay.___38___ Within the first two sentences of your email, your recipient should know exactly why you are writing to him. Sometimes an introduction may havetoprecede the sentence that states why you are writing, and sometimes it has to follow.Use appropriate language. You may be used to using informal language in certain social settings. __39___Even when dealing with colleagues or friends you are familiar with, do not immediately fall back on informal language.Keep it simple. People may get dozens and even hundreds of emails a day.___40___ In that way, they can save much of their time when reading emails.A. Use proper greetings.B. Express your ideas clearly.C. State your purpose at the beginning.D. Be as specific as possible when writing the subject.E. However, an email may not be the best place to use such language.F. It is important to check the language to avoid spelling and grammar mistakes.G. It is always easier for them if you keep your email as short and brief as possible.第三部分 语言知识运用(共两节，满分45分)第一节 (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A.B.C和D四个选项中，选出可以填入空白处的最佳选项。Long ago I came to the city near my hometown to find a job. I met all kinds of 41 and so I used up all my money soon.One day, I 42 a bus quietly at dusk when most people got off work. Suddenly, a 43 cried loudly, “Someone has 44 my money!” I felt 45 , because his money was in my 46 . Some people suggested the bus be 47 to the police station, but some were against it 48 they were in a hurry to go back home. The whole bus was very 49 . The driver then 50 the bus by the road and turned on the lights to 51 the money. At that time, one passenger said, “Turn off the lights and give the thief a chance to take out the money.” Then the bus got 52 . When I was still struggling in mind whether to take out the money or not, the lights were on again. There was no 53 on the floor. Someone said again, “Give him one more 54 .” Then the lights were off again. My heart kept beating fast. The lights were on again but they got the 55 result. The passengers were in heated discussion again. At that time, someone said again, “Give him the 56 chance!” Suddenly I felt 57 and took out all the money when the lights were off again.For many years I have felt 58 to the one who gave me three chances to 59 my mistake. When the first and second opportunities come, you may not be prepared well or don’t have enough 60 to act. When the third opportunity comes you should know clearly what you should do.41. A. difficultiesB. strangers C. dangers D. chances42. A. got on B. waited for C. ran for D. passed by43. A. thief B. driver C. passenger D. policeman44. A. borrowed B. received C. paid D. stolen45. A. sad B. calm C. nervous D. disappointed46. A. mind B. bank C. house D. hand47. A. pushed B. driven C. drawn D. carried48. A. because B. though C. if D. once49. A. noisy B. dirtyC. bright D. empty50. A. lostB. stoppedC. missed D. found51. A. take out B. give back C. search for D. throw away52. A. cold B. dark C. clean D. crowded53. A. money B. water C. paper D. space54. A. reason B. way C. opportunity D. choice55. A. strange B. excitingC. second D. same56. A. last B. only C. fair D. good57. A. upsetB. awakened C. pleased D. interested58. A. painful B. sorry C. lucky D. grateful59. A. makeB. tryC. repeat D. correct60. A. strength B. skill C. courage D. experience第二节 (共10小题；每小题 1.5分，满分15分)阅读下面短文，在空白处填入1个适当的单词或括号内单词的正确形式。Monkeys do not like it when others get more food61 they do, according to a new study.Researchers from Yale and Harvard universities found Capuchin monkeys punish monkeys 62 get more food. "This sort of, 'If I can't have it, no one can’ response is because 63 psychological spite (怨恨），and it was 64 (previous) thought unique to humans," said Kristin Leimgruber of Harvard University. She is a co-author of the research study. The researchers watched as some Capuchin monkeys 65 (give) more food than others. They found that monkeys getting the 66 (small) share pulled a rope to fold up a table holding the other monkey's bigger share.Another lead researcher, Laurie Santas, 67 (explain) over email, "I think what we can conclude about humans is that some of our more embarrassing tendencies have relatively deep 68 (root)." Santos said the spiteful response was not present with another member of the ape species—chimpanzees(黑猩猩).An earlier study, she said. showed chimpanzees would fold up the table of other chimpanzees 69 (steal) food from them. But they would not punish chimpanzees who just happened 70 (have) more food, Santos said. In other words, it was fine if another chimpanzee had more food as long as they did not steal it.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：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：在错的词下两一横线，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。The first a few weeks of the term are over and it has definitely been a new experience. Having school lesson online is something I’ve only read about in articles where discuss future technology. Now I am living in the future! They took me some time to get used to my new Internet classroom. At first, I can’t always hear what the teacher or my classmates was saying. Sometimes I wasn’t well preparing. Slowly, however, I adapted the new learning environment but now things are going smoothly. Of course, I still miss seeing my classmates and play together outside. Hopefully, we can meet in person soon.第二节 书面表达(满25 分)义工旅行在国外是一种非常流行的旅行方式。当前，这种旅行方式在中国也越越受欢迎。义工旅行是指青年旅行者靠在青年旅舍做义工换取免费食宿，并在工作空余时间在当地游玩的旅行方式。请你根据下列要点写一篇100词左右的短文。 1.介绍义工旅行的情况; 2.发表你对这一旅行方式的评论(如体验不同文化、节省开支……)。 参考词汇: 义工volunteer travel 青年旅舍youth hostel答案听力1-5 CBAAB 6-10 CABCC 11-15 BCBCA 16—20 BACCB阅读理解21-23BAD 24-27CADC 28-31 DCAB 32-35CADA 36-40 DACEG完形填空41-45AACDC 46-50DBAAB 51-55CDACB 56-60ABDDC 语法填空61. than 62 . that / which/ who 63.of64. Previously 65.were given 66.smaller67.explained 68.roots 69.stealing 70. to have短文改错 The first a few weeks of the term are over and it has definitely been a new experience. Having school lesson online lessonsis something I’ve only read about in articles where discuss which/that future technology. Now I am living in the future! They Ittook me some time to get used to my new Internet classroom. At first, I can’t always hear what the teacher or my couldn’t classmates was saying. Sometimes I wasn’t well preparing. were preparedSlowly, however, I adapted /\ the new learning environment but to andnow things are going smoothly. Of course, I still miss seeing my classmates and play together outside. Hopefully, playingwe can meet in person soon. 书面表达Volunteer travel,which is familiar to foreigners, has nowadays become more andmore popular in China. Young travellers volunteer to work for youth hostels so that they can eat and live there for free. At the same time, they can enjoy the local scenery intheir spare time.In my opinion,volunteer travel has some advantages and benefits you a lot. It can save you a lot of money by providing free accommodations,which makes it possible for you to travel to many more places and experience different cultures.Meanwhile,volunteer travel enriches your life by offering different jobs in youth hostels, which can also change your way of life. Believe it or not，volunteer travel will be wonderful memories in your life.