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<现在开始正题了哦,认真仔细看下面正文文章> 武汉市2017届高中毕业生二月调研测试英语试卷 武汉市2017届高中毕业生二月调研测试英语试卷 武汉市教育科学研究院命制  2017.2.17 本试题卷共12页,72题。全卷满分150分。考试用时120分钟。
第I卷 第一部分:听力(共两节,满分30分) 做题时,先将答案划在试卷上。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) 1. What did the man forget to do? A. Pick up milk and eggs for breakfast.  B. Get some noodles for dinner. C. Put the garbage downstairs. 2. What are the speakers mainly talking about? A. A presentation. B. An inspiring story. C. An Australian person. 3. What will the woman probably do in ten minutes? A. Plan a party. B. Do someone a favor. C. Work on her report. 4. Where does the conversation probably take place? A. In a classroom. B. In a drugstore. C. At the 电脑版点击下载文档可以下载此文章168资源分享社区tors. 5. Who might Cathy be? A. Bills friend. B. The history teacher. C. Jill' s roommate. 第二节(共15小题;每小题1.5分,满分22.5分) 听第6段材料,回答

6、7题。
6. When will the present ordered by the man arrive? A. June 3rd.   B. June 4th.   C. June 5th. 7. What will Flora probably give her mother? A. A scarf.   B. A necklace.   C. A sweater. 听第7段材料,回答第

8、9题。  does the man think of the woman? A. She has a lot of experience.  B. She should earn more money. C. She studies too much. 9. What will the speakers do in Hong Kong? A. See some famous artworks. B. Create art on the Internet.  C. Travel around by train. 听第8段材料,回答第10至12题。
10. What does the woman probably want to do? A. Eat supper.   B. Buy some food.   C. Visit a park 11. What should the woman do on the second street? A. Turn right.   B. Turn left.   C. Go straight. 12. How does the man help the woman? A. By writing down directions. B. By telling her to use the app. C. By letting her use his phone. 听第9段材料,回答第13至16题。 13. How long has the man lived in Chicago?  A. For two years.   B. For one year.   C. For half a year. 14. Why does Mark have so many friends?  A. He is hardworking.   B. He is serious.  C. He is helpful. 15. What does Jessica offer to do for the man?  A. Introduce him to her friend John. B. Organize a get-together for him.C. Call her friends to chat with him.  第 1 页 共 1 页
武汉市2017届高中毕业生二月调研测试英语试卷 16. Where does the man like to meet people?  A. At work. B. At parties. C. Online. 听第10段材料,回答第17至20题。
17. Who needs to get at least a B to pass?  A. Business students.  B. Engineering students.   C. Management students. 18. What will probably happen if a student misses 10% of the classes?  A. They will need to take an exam.    B. Their final grade will be lowered 10%. C. They will fail the class automatically. 19. What do the students do on Fridays?  A. Read the textbook. B. Have discussions. C. Do in-class writings. 20. What percentage does essay writing take up in the final score?  A. 25%. B. 50%. C. 75%. 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 Teacher,Lawyer,Doctor — when someone says “ career”,these classic jobs are the first ones you think about,right? We' ve found four uncommon careers with awesome and unusual benefits. Chief Listening Officer You may not have heard of a Chief Listening Officer, but theyve probably heard from you. CLOs closely monitor social platforms and conversations to keep an eye ( and ear。
) on whats being said about their company or brand. Your work enables a fast response to any and all complaints, questions, or misinformation. Why its awesome : This job is on the rise. As more organizations rely on social media for market research and customer service,the position of CLO will only become more important. Food Stylist Mouth - watering restaurant commercials and wasteful magazine photographs of delicious food don' t come easy: it takes the work of a food stylist to make it all happen. Armed with cooking skills,creative style,and tools ranging from lipstick to lard,you get food ready for its photograph. Why it' s awesome : This is one of those rare cooking jobs that provide chances to create, but doesn' t require you to slave away in a restaurant kitchen. Global Mobility Consultant As a global mobility consultant, you help employees make smooth transitions (过渡)intotheir new homes — whether it' s in Bangkok, Berlin,or the next state over. Why it' s awesome : If you're the type who enjoys travel and likes learning about other cultures,systems and traditions, this career could be a perfect fit. As companies continue to expand across borders, this position is expected to grow by 21 percent over the next few years. Computational Linguist Computational Linguists help computers and humans communicate with others. More specifically, you create computer programs that can translate, transcribe, and comprehend regular, human language. Why it' s awesome: This field is the front line for exciting technological areas like speech recognition and artificial intelligence. In other words, you could help create robots. 21. What does a Chief Listening Officer do? A. To do market research.    B. To listen to chief officers.  C. To respond to customers opinions.  D. To track social platforms and conversations. 22. What is vital if you want to be a food stylist?  第 2 页 共 2 页
武汉市2017届高中毕业生二月调研测试英语试卷 A. Hard work in a restaurant kitchen.  B. Restaurants and delicious food.  C. Cooking skills and creativity.   D. Commercials and magazines. 23. What may contribute to the growing need for global mobility consultants? A. PeopleJ s love for travel.    B. Peoples interest in other cultures.  C. Employees desire for great progress. D. Companies tendency to expand globally. 24. What are computational linguists good at according to the text? A. Both computers and languages.   B. Communicating with others.  C. Speech recognition.     D. Creating robots. B Theres a secret spot in Ireland. And the locals dont want you to know it exists. I found it by chance. The Irish are world-famous for being a friendly nation and yet you hesitate as you climb to the top of a hill and see a fisherman storing his tools, the dog good-naturedly circling his feet. The camera comes out. The scene is so in line with the postcard Ireland you remember seeing pinned to the wall. Walking closer you drop the camera until you' re close enough to simply watch and listen. The water gently touches his boat. His tools hit the 电脑版点击下载文档可以下载此文章168资源分享社区k (码头),making ringing noises. The dog has discovered you sitting so quietly on the hill and although he' s been playing in the water he knows no sense of politeness and runs toward you — only a slight delay in his step as his owner shouts out a command. It slows his progress toward you, but only slightly. That dog is about to give you the wettest and hairiest hug you' ve had in weeks. The dog has opened the door to conversation now and as the dog leads you to the fisherman you glance toward the sound of an approaching car,his wife,here to pick him up and transport his catch back into town. The immediate polite conversations unfold — I' m an obvious American and don' t deny it,they' re curious as to why such a healthy and pretty young lady such as myself is wandering the cold hills in such a remote area of Ireland. “ Single are ya? Well why in the world are ya traveling by yerself, you 11 never meet a man that way?” demands the wife. Shes a tough customer and cant understand my answer “because I enjoy it,” evidenced by her long-suffering sigh and a muttering (喃喃自语)about “young people” . There,s a secret spot in Ireland,and I,m not going to tell you where it is. Im not going to tell where it is because I know there' re other Irish towns out there just like it — all laced with joy of simplicity. 25. What is the writers identity? A. A detective.  B. A traveler.  C. A journalist.    D. A fisherman. 26. Which word best describes the wifes reaction to the author? A. Rudeness.   B. Curiosity.   C. Envy.      D. Worry. 27. How does the writer feel about Ireland? A. Full of secrets.  B. Not developed. C. A place with simple joy.   D. A place with beautiful scenery. C The end of the school year is in sight — Christmas cards,candy canes and of course,end of year reports. While most parents welcome an assessment of their kids' performance,tey do not expect their own input to be evaluated. But a school in the UK is changing that. As well as assessing their students, they are dishing out grades to mums and dads. Parents that are really involved (参与)in their kid' s education are rewarded with an A,and parents that haven' t done their bit get a disappointing D. The school, Greasley Beauvale Primary in Nottinghamshire, uses criteria such as whether mums and dads have attended school events such as plays and parent teacher evenings to decide on the grade. The schools principal, Donna Chambers, said that the scheme (方案)had been well received.  第 3 页 共 3 页
武汉市2017届高中毕业生二月调研测试英语试卷 “There were some critics(抖匕评者),but my response was 4 well, it cant do any harm. Between 15 per cent and 20 per cent of parents started out in the lower categories but now that has been reduced to just two per cent,” she explained. Chambers hopes that the scheme will help motivate parental involvement. “The system is important because you have got to get the parents on board from day one. That one hour initial conversation saying they could improve will pay dividends for the rest of that child' s academic life”, she said. But while the scheme may be well intentioned, it is likely to be connected with parent shaming. There are lots of reasons why some mums and dads might not be involved in school activities such as work commitments, looking after younger children or caring for elderly relatives. And of course,being involved in your kid' s education doesn' t begin and end at school. There is a lot that goes on behind the scenes from helping with homework to keeping uniforms freshly laundered. And what about all the parents who stayed up sewing special costumes at the last minute? Surely that earns a gold star instead of a grade。 28. What do schools usually do at the end of the school year? A. Evaluating kids performances.    B. Making Christmas cards. C. Dividing candies.      D. Grading parents. 29. What does the schools principal Chambers say about the scheme? A. It uses criteria to assess kids.    B. It has gained much acceptance. C. It gives parents further education.   D. It improves kids motivation for learning. 30. What does the underlined part “pay dividends”(Para. 5) probably mean? A. Hold shares. B. Earn profits.  C. Sacrifice health.  D. Produce advantages. 31. What does the author think of parents5 being involved in kids education? A. It adds to parents burden.     B. It brings shame to parents. C. It means far more than being graded.   D. It increases parents commitment to education. D In Switzerland, the land of watches, trains really do run like clockwork. “ If I' m 30 seconds late,the train is gone,” said Michelle Kranz,who commutes (通勤)daily into Lucerne, where she works for the tourist board. Step across the border, and you re in a different universe. Italy has two rail schedules: the one printed in the brochure and another, flashing updates, on a board in the station. The first may be a fantasy; the second, reality. Next to posted departures, “Invariably you see the word  ritardato' ( delayed),” said Rick Steves,who writes guidebooks and runs a tour company called Europe Through the Back Door in Edmonds, Wash. Your time or my time? When traveling, you re in their time. And that can affect almost everything: catching trains and buses, shopping, getting a meal and making appointments. Knowing a little about the culture can prevent much of the frustration. “ It' s important to go with the flow,” Steves said. “If you go to a restaurant in Spain at 7 p. m.,thats bad news. The staff is eating then. ” Try going after 9 p.m.,as the Spaniards do. For the Swiss, the earlier the better, say 6 p. m. ; after 10,a tourist hoping for a hot meal in Switzerland just might go hungry. However, in some Latin American nations, hours and minutes seem hardly to matter. In Mexico,guests invited to a 6 p. m. social dinner think nothing of showing up two or three hours later, said Terri Morrison, who is updating a 1995 guide she co — wrote called,“ Kiss,Bow or Shake Hands : How to Do Business in More Than Sixty Countries,” for release next year. In fact,it' s wise to arrive at least an hour late for dinner in Mexico City,Morrison said,to avoid embarrassing an unprepared host. There are many theories as to why time doesn' t fly at the same speed around the globe. Climate, economics and culture may play a role. 32. Which country does best in punctuality?  第 4 页 共 4 页
武汉市2017届高中毕业生二月调研测试英语试卷 A. Switzerland.    B. Italy.   C. Spain.    D. Mexico. 33. What can be learned about Italian train services? A. They change schedules twice a day.   B. They have no fixed schedules. C. They usually arrive on time.    D. They often delay. 34. What do the Mexican think of time? A. It means money.       B. It is not important at all. C. It is embarrassing to be late.    D. It is not enough for writers. 35. What does the text mainly talk about? A. Punctuality is a special virtue.    B. The Swiss appreciate tight schedule. C. Some cultures are more punctual than others. D. A small amount of lateness is acceptable. 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 Final Way to Get Cheap Hotel Rooms Does it seem like hotel costs just go up and up? It' s true that they rise each year, sometimes significantly. When determining which hotel has the best deal,you don' t just want to look at the nightly rate anymore. 36 Here are some tips to help you make the best decision. Look for extras. Common extras that can save you lots are free breakfast, free Wi-Fi and kids eat free. All those bowls of fruit and free coffee and tea in reception are also included in your room rate,so take advantage of them during your stay. 37 Not only can you get points for each stay that you can then use on free nights in the future, but rewards members also get informed of exclusive (独享的)deals that can save you a ton. Stay in hotels right outside the city center. If the costs for transportation won' t make up the difference,you' d be paying on a closer location. 38 Ask for a corner room. Though this won' t technically save you any money, comer rooms are usually a bit larger than regular rooms, which give you a better deal for your money. 39 Avoid the weekend. 40  In some cases,it can be as much as three times more than Sunday through Thursday nights. A. Be a rewards member. B. Collect as many points as you can. C. You can frequently get a fantastic deal this way. D. Surely you dont want to spend more than you need to. E. Once you check in, ask if one of these rooms is available. F. There are so many other factors to consider to help you save money. G. Hotels in popular destinations regularly raise their rates on Fridays and Saturdays. 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。 In 1994 I was in the midst of a depression (抑郁症). When I was depressed, I 41One day I was clearing up the rooms and found a CD covered with 42 I wiped it off, put it in the 43and started washing dishes. A mans voice, reading poetry, 44 my house. The sound of the speakers voice and the words of the poems reached something deep inside me. I stopped and 45  第 5 页 共 5 页
武汉市2017届高中毕业生二月调研测试英语试卷 I began to take poems into my 46,not simply reading them, but developing rich relationships with the 47 I learned many by heart. They became my therapy (治疗)and 48 Those poems made me wiser and healthier. 49 ,in the fall of 2008,poetry 50 me in a way I had never expected. I had put all my 51 in a small,local fund (基金).Two months later,the leader of the fund left me a message: “The financial crisis 52our fund particularly hard. We' ve lost everything. ” I stood there, 53  . Suddenly I heard a poem, 54,called Kindness in my mind. It felt like the poem had been written for me 55 ,for this exact moment,like the perfect helper 56on the scene at the instant of an accident. Kindness became my 57 I read it before going to bed,and at breakfast every morning. It reminded me that this was not a 58,but a path to sympathy, and I was not walking alone. Even now I 59 Kindness several times a week to carry me 60 the heart of what really matters to me. 41. A. ran    B. slept    C. cleaned    D. sang 42. A. dust    B. paper    C. clothes    D. bedding 43. A. drawer   B. player    C. washer    D. fridge 44. A. swept    B. occupied   C. decorated    D. filled 45. A. wept    B. left    C. laughed    D. listened 46. A. home    B. life    C. class     D. mind 47. A. tunes    B. rhymes   C. words     D. CDs 48. A. medicine   B. food    C. assistance    D. attention 49. A. Still    B. Yet    C. Then     D. Soon 50. A. surprised   B. impressed   C. warned    D. rescued 51. A. faith    B. savings   C. hope     D. expenses 52. A. hit    B. blew    C. pushed    D. pressed 53. A. fearless   B. thankless   C. breathless    D. defenceless 54. A. by coincidence  B. out of nowhere  C. in the distance   D. by accident 55. A. immediately   B. sincerely   C. casually    D. personally 56. A. reading    B. arriving   C. walking    D. escaping 57. A. homework   B. religion   C. prayer     D. memory 58. A. mistake   B. lesson    C. comfort    D. tragedy 59. A. reach for   B. dream of   C. refer to    D. meet with 60. A. for    B. with    C. off     D. into 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。 My Travel Experience in China During the summer holidays I visited a variety of regions in China. My first stop was Beijing and of course the Great Wall. Without question it lived up to my 61 ( expect).  After a long journey I reached Yunnan, With 62 (it) minority villages and impressive landscapes, Yunnan had a lot to offer. One of my 63 ( enjoy) moments in Yunnan was during my visit to The Tiger Leaping Gorge. The climb over the gorge was at times exhausting 64always breathtaking. The views couldn t 65(imagine) in their beauty and they  66(leave) me with many great memories. After taking a boat from the mainland I arrived at 67island province of Hainan. There I visited Baihua Waterfall. Floating on a pool of water at the base and looking up at the waterfall with a background of blue sky was one of the most 68 (relax) experiences of my life.  第 6 页 共 6 页
武汉市2017届高中毕业生二月调研测试英语试卷  Throughout China there are many ancient buildings and in particular ancient towns. Lijiang and Dali both have glorious 69 ( example) of this. It was remarkable to step back in time and get an idea of 70 China might have looked like all those years ago. I thought the buildings were beautiful and full of history.  I had a wonderful time。 China is both fascinating and beautiful。 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(A ),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。
  Last Sunday was my birthday, but I invited some guys go out with me for a celebration. At noon, we played Room Escape, an interesting game what challenged our IQ and teamwork. We were very happy to help each other and have lots of funs. Then we go to a KTV bar where we sang many popularly songs. Henry was the best singer among them. We loved his voice very much. In the evening, we enjoyed a big dinner together at a BBQ restaurant. Satisfy with the food there, we thanked for the boss and the waiters. It was a unforgettable day for me。  第二节书面表达(满分25分) 假定你是李华,你校将举行一场英语演讲比赛,请写信给外教Adam,邀请他来当评委(judge),给选手打分并点评。
要点如下: 1.比赛时间:本周五下午2点到5点; 2.比赛地点:学校报告厅(conference hall); 3.共30位选手,每人演讲3至5分钟。 注意. 1.词数100左右; 2.可以适当增加细节,以使行文连贯。
Dear Adam, Yours, Li Hua       武汉市2017届高中毕业生二月调研测试英语参考答案  第 7 页 共 7 页
武汉市2017届高中毕业生二月调研测试英语试卷 第一部分听力(每小题1.5分,满分30分) 1-5 AABCC 6-I0BACAB 11-15 ABACB 1 6-20CABCB 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) A 篇:21-24 DCDA B 篇:25-27 BBC C 篇:28-31 ABDC D 篇:32-35 ADBC 第二节(共5小题;每小题2分,满分10分) 36-40 FACEG 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) 41 -45 CABDA 46-50 BCACD 51 -55 BACBD 56-60 BCDAD 第二节(共10小题;每小题1.5分,满分15分) 61. cxpectation(s) 62. its  63. enjoyable 64. but 65. be imagined 66. left 67. the 68. relaxing 69. examples 70. what 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) 1. but改为so/and 2. guys后加to  改为that/which 改为fun 改为went rly改为popular  改为us 8. Satisfy改为Satisfied 9. 去掉for  10.a改为an 笫二节书面表达(满分25分) One possible version: Dear Adam, I 'm Li Hua. I am writing to invite you to be our judge of the English Speech Competition. It will be held this Friday afternoon, from
2:00 to
5:00, in the school's Conference Hall. There will be 30 competitors taking part in the contest, each of whom is required to deliver a speech for about 3 to 5 minutes. As a judge, you need to give them marks according to their performances. Besides, you are expected to make some comments on their speeches. The English Speech Competition is an annual activity in our school and it attracts a large number of teachers and students. Could you arrange your time and come to be our judge? I am looking forward to your early reply. Yours, Li Hua   第 8 页 共 8 页
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