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<现在开始正题了哦,认真仔细看下面正文文章>  湖北武汉2019年高三二月调研考试试题(英语)word版 本试题全卷总分值150分。考试用时120分钟。
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4、考生必须保持答题卡的整洁。考试结束后,请将本试题卷和答题卡一并上交。 第一部分:听力〔总分值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;每题1.5分,总分值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三个选项中选出最正确选项,并标在试卷的相应位置。听完每段对话后,你都有10秒钟的时间来回答有关小题和阅读下一小题。每段对话仅读一遍。
  

1、Whodidthemanbuyajewelfor?  A、Father. B、Mother. C、Sister.

2、Whatarethespeakerstalkingabout?  A、People. B、Country. C、Custom.

3、Whoarethespeakers?  A、Teacherandstudents. B、Motherandsons. C、Assistantandcustomers.

4、Whatcanwelearnaboutthemovie?  A、Adultsonly. B、Enjoyableforall. C、Complexandfrightening.

5、Whatwilltheman’sstartingsalarybeamonth?  A、$$1,400. B、$$4,000. C、$$5,600. 第二节〔共15小题;每题1.5分,总分值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三个选项中选出最正确选项,并标在试卷的相应位置。听每段对话或独白前,你将有时间阅读各个小题,每题5秒钟;听完后,每题将给出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、WhatdoesMothercareaboutonthephone?  A、Herson’shealth. B、Herson’sinterview. C、Herson’sjob.

7、Whatdoweknowabouttheman?  A、Hedidaverygoodjobwithhisstudy.  B、Heisgettingonwellwithhisjob.  C、Hewillstarthiswork.
听第7段材料,回答第

8、9题。

8、Whathappenedtothespeakers?  A、Theymettrafficjams.  B、Theywereonaboringbus.  C、Theygotoffthebusatawrongplace.

9、Whatdidtheyplantodo?  A、Togoouting. B、Togotothetheater. C、Togotoseeamovie. 听第8段材料,回答第10至12题。

10、Whatisthetroublewiththemanspeaker?  A、Hisgrass–cuttingmachinewentwrong.  B、Hiscarenginewentwrong.  C、Hismachineneverworked.

11、Howlongcanthemachinebecoveredbyaguaranteeatmost?  A、Boughtforsixmonths.  B、Usedlessthanseventimes.  C、Boughtwithinoneyear.

12、Whatistheman’saddress?  A、612CharlesAvenue.  B、692CharlesAvenue.  C、694CharlesAvenue. 听第9段材料,回答第13至16题。

13、WhoisGabriellaRossi?  A、Atrainer. B、Alearner. C、Ahorserider.

14、Whatdoweknowaboutthemanspeaker?  A、Heisgoodenoughtoride.  B、Heknowsmoretorideasabeginner.  C、Hewantstoridetovisitothercountries.

15、Whatshouldtheschoolcaremost?  A、Lessons. B、Money. C、Safety.

16、Whatwilltheschoolprovidethelearnersduringthewholecourse?  A、Atrainertogether.  B、Abeginnertolearntogether.  C、Ariderwhoiswell–trained. 听第10段材料,回答第17至20题。


17、Whereisthespeaker?  A、Onthetrain. B、Ontheplane. C、Ontheship.

18、WhattimeisitwhentheyleaveBritain?  A、
11:50. B、
12:50. C、
1:50.

19、Whatistheweatherlikeduringthejourney?  A、Windy. B、Fine. C、Cool.

20、Whereisthesnack–bar?  A、OnAdeck. B、OnBdeck. C、OnCdeck. 第二部分:词汇知识运用〔共两节,总分值30分〕 第一节:多项选择〔共10小题;每题1分,总分值10分〕
从A、B、C、D四个选项中,选出能够填入空白处的最正确选项,并在答题卡上将该项涂黑。  

21、Incommonwithmanyofitsneighbors,Chinaisacountrywherefamilyareparticularlystrong.  A、backgrounds B、reunions C、bonds D、combinations

22、etoadoptaflexibleapproachtoyourlearning.  A、guarantee B、connection C、permission D、consequence

23、Learningfrommistakescanhelpupstaycautiousandmakeinformeddecisionsinthedaystocome.  A、previous B、serious C、common D、stupid

24、Johnissucha(n)salesmanthathecanmanagetocompletethewholeyear’smarketingprogramwithinonlysixmonths.  A、ridiculous B、appropriate C、aggressive D、optimistic

25、Comparedwithmalegraduates,a(n)smallnumberoffemalegraduatescangetemployedwhentheygojob–hunting.  A、casually B、roughly C、gradually D、relatively

26、Howeverweakweare,wecanstilldosomethingagainstthepowerfulnaturesolongasweare prepared.  A、specially B、adequately C、physically D、equally

27、Mostfastfoodhastoomuchcalories,toomuchfatforkidstomorethanjustonceinawhile.  A、have B、eat C、take D、make

28、Thingsgettingworse,abankspokesmanwasstillunabletothesituation.  A、classify B、simplify C、terrify D、clarify

29、Theyhadtheofficebuilding,whichthenleftanopenspacetobuildastreetgarden.  A、pulleddown B、takendown C、turneddown D、poureddown

30、Nowadaysmoreandmorepeopleareadvisedtoarrangeforinsurancethattheyortheirfamilymembersneedmedicalcare.  A、inorder B、inneed C、incase D、inhope 第二节完型填空〔共20小题;每题1分,总分值20分〕 阅读下面短文,掌握其大意,然后从36—55各题所给的四个选项〔A、B、C和D〕中,选出最正确选项,并在答题卡上将该项涂黑。

eglasspartitionthat32thedriver’tomerwasverymuch33andsaidtothedriver,“I'veneverseenanicer34,”“Thankyouforyourpraise,”thedriveranswered

35、 “Thecarisn’tmine,”saidthedriver.“eyreturned,allofthemeatsanddoor–handlescouldbefoundsomething39likepeanutsauceor,?Ithoughtifthecaritselfwereverycleanthepassengerswouldmost40beconsiderateandrefrainfromlittering.” “SowhenIgota41tobeataxi–driver,Ibegan42myideaintopractice–oreanewpassengergetsonmycar,I’car44afteraday’swork,italwaysremains45.” Whendoingathing,geothers,geoneselfistheotherwayround–betteraskoneselfwhyonemakes47onothersmuchmorethanononeself.48youtakeenoughcaretodoasbestyoucanforotherpeople’ssake,49theinnerworldofyourown,examineyourselfandwipeoutthedustanddirt,insteadoffixingyoureyesonotherpeople,youwillfindacheerful50foryourselfandcreateapleasantenvironmentforothers.

31、A、wonderful B、exciting C、brilliant D、favorite

32、A、separated B、covered C、protected D、prevented

33、A、moved B、annoyed C、disappointed D、surprised

34、A、seat B、carpet C、garage D、cab

35、A、naturally B、smilingly C、hopefully D、firmly

36、A、driver B、clemer C、repairer D、customer

37、A、attractive B、pleasant C、dirty D、clean

38、A、spread B、extended C、dotted D、left

39、A、fanny B、busy C、sticky D、clumsy

40、A、likely B、willingly C、extremely D、regularly

41、A、permit B、license C、certificate D、pass

42、A、put B、take C、make D、get

43、A、provide B、drive C、decorate D、describe

44、A、speeds B、leaves C、arrives D、returns

45、A、spotless B、pretty C、bright D、orderly

46、A、progress B、effect C、attempt D、trial

47、A、suggestions B、comments C、demands D、decisions

48、A、Though B、While C、As D、If

49、A、lookinto B、lookfor C、lookup D、lookthrough

50、A、spirit B、mood C、mind D、sense 第三部分:阅读理解〔共20小题,每题2分,总分值40分〕 阅读以下短文,从每题所给的四个选项〔A、B、C和D〕中,选出最正确选项,并在答题卡上将该项涂黑。

A Jobsharingreferstothesituationinwhichtwopeopledividetheresponsibilityofonefulltimejob. Thetwopeoplewillinglyactaspart-timeworkers,eachworkhalfthejob,forexample,theyeachreceive50percentofthejob'swages,itsholidaysanditsotherbenefits. Jobsharingdiffersfromconventionalpart-timeworkinthatitoccursmainlyinthemorehighlyskilledandprofessionalareas,whichrequirehigherlevelsofresponsibilityandemployeecommitment. Jobsharingshouldnotbeconfusedwiththetermworksharing,whichreferstoincreasingthenumberofjobsbyreducingthenumberofhoursofeachexistingjob,ring,bycontrast,isnotdesignedtoaddressunemploymentproblems;itsfocus,rather,istoprovidewell-paidworkforskilledworkersandprofessionalswhowantmorefreetimeforotheractivities. Aswouldbeexpected,ycarriedoutin2017byBritain’sEqualOpportunitiesCommissionshowedthat78percentofsharerswerefemale,themajorityofwhomwere,thesewomenwerereenteringthejobmarketafterhavinghadchildren,buttheychosenottoseekpart–ringalsoofferedanacceptableshiftbackintofull–timeworkafteralongabsence. Thenecessityofclosecooperationwhensharingajobwithanotherpersonmr,toensureagreaterchancethatthepartnershipwillsucceed,eachpersonneedstoknowthestrengths,weaker,,forapositiontobejob-sharedwell,thetwoindividualsmustbewellmatchedandmusttreateachotherasequals.

51、Inwhatwayisworksharingdifferentfromjobsharing?  A、Worksharingrequiresmoreworkinghours.  B、Worksharingisaimedatcreatingmorejobs.  C、Worksharingprovidesamoresatisfactorysalary.  D、Worksharingdependsontheemployer’sdecision.

52、AccordingtoParagraph4,youngmotherspreferredjobsharingtoconventionalpart–timeworkmainlybecause.  A、theysoughthighersocialstatus  B、theywereoveridealworkingages  C、theyhaddifficultyfindingfull–timejobs  D、theyhadtotakecareofbothworkandfamily

53、Injobsharingthepartnersshould__________. A、enjoyequalsocialstatus B、havesimilarworkexperience C、keepintouchwitheachother D、knoweachotherverywell

54、Themainpurposeofthepassageisto___________. A、recommendjobsharingtowomen B、discusshowtoprovidemorejobs C、describejobsharingingeneral D、comparejobsharingwithworksharing
B Foratime,inancing,gooddeals,andapowerfuleconomymeantthatwecouldaccountforthetendencytokeepacarforlesstime,andonlyseeamodestincreaseinourmonthlypayment,aysareapparentlyover,atleastfortheshortterm. ,whichcollectsandmeasuresdataintheautomotiveindustry,saysthatwe’ingtoPolk’ansarekeepingnewcarsforanaverage63.9moths–five–and–a–quarteryears–h,there’owingpropermaintenance,it’srelativelysimpletosqueezeadecadeor150,000milesoutofanewcarwithnomajorissues. In2006,thestickerpriceonaSilveradowas$$32,000,butthankstoamodelchangeoverfor2007andatimelypurchaseinOctoberwhendealersweretryingtomoveanyremaininginventory(库存).Whelanpurchasedthetruckfor$$22,yearsofage,with75,000milesshowingonthemeter,hehasnoIintentionofturningitinatanypointinthenearfuture.“Mygoalistorunitto160,000milesandevaluatemyoptionsfromthere,”rncarsinnotbecauseweneedto,the“FouryearItch.”e“tilldeathdouspart”withourwifeorhusbandandsignificantothers,butwhenIcomestocars,we’reshamelesslyunfaithful. Whelanfigureshe’sputtheaverageofabouttwopaymentsayearintoregularimprovementsmeanttokeepthetruckfresh.“I’,andthethoughtofhavingapaymentagain,withbigtaxbillsandanothersalestaxpaymenthasbeenenoughtocontainmyurges,”hesays.“Thetruck’sfiveyearsoldnow,andIhaveacoupleofscratches,butIthinkIpreferthatnow,ratherthanhavingtoworryaboutgettingscratchesinanewtruck.”

55、TherewasatimewhenAmericanslandedto.  A、selltheircarsatafrighteningspeed  B、makeahighmonthlypaymentoncars  C、shortentheperiodofuseoftheircars  D、receivealargerincomethannowadays

56、AccordingtoPolk’sstudy,ingeneralacar.  A、canlast10yearsifusedcarefully  B、shouldbereplacedassoonaspossible  C、mustberunforlesstimebyAmericans  D、canbeusedforonly63.9months

57、Whelanwon’tconsiderbuyinganewtruckuntil.  A、hiswifedivorceshimorpassesaway  B、hegetsboredofdrivingiteveryday
  C、afantasticmodelisplacedonacarad  D、theexpectedmilesofdrivingisreached

58、TheauthoremploystheexampleofWhelantoshow.  A、weakeconomyresultsindecreasingexpense  B、resistingnewcarpurchasescanpayoff  C、savingmoneyisbetterthansavingface  D、somepeoplepreferoldthingsthannewones C Commuters(远途上下班的人)whodrivetoworkwillfaceaparkingchargeofupto£ersarebackingaworkfareparkingchargewhichwillcomeinemewillseefirmswithmorethantenparkingplacesforstaffcharged£350ayearforeachspaceintwoyears. Employerswouldbefreetopassonthechargetotheirstaff–emeaimstoreducetrafficbypreventingunnecessarycarjourneysandraisefundstoimprovepublictransport,butcitiessayitisjustanexcuseforcouncilstofilltheircoffers(保险柜). SometenmillionBritonsdrivetoworkeachday,andtheBritishChambersofCommercesaysthenewchargecouldtotal£3.4billionayearifrolledoutnationwide. AlreadysomefirmsinNottinghamhavethreatenedtoleavethecity,where40,ryunfairtodiscriminateagainstshoesemployerswhohaveparkingspaces,whichgetvehiclesoffthestreets,hesaid.“Andthesechargesapplyaroundtheclock,whichisespeciallyunfaironshimoreaboutincreasingthegovernment’sincomethanreducingtraffic.” However,TransportMincilsaysthetaxwillraiseasmuchas£100millionovertenyears–onefifthofthecostofanewtransportsystemforthecity. AnothertransportspokesmanThereseVillierssaidthetaxwouldhaveadevastatingimpactonbusinessesstrugglingtocopewiththeeconomicdecline. ButRichardHebditchoftheCampaignforBetterTransportsaidthetaxwouldraisemoneytoinvestinbettertransport.“WeputforwardtheideaofworkplaceparkingtaxesasafleasedthatthepeopleofNottingharnwillbethefirsttobenefit.”

59、Supportersarguethatthescheme.  A、canhelpimprovetheparkingconditionsforthestaff  B、shouldbeappliedtoallcommutersdrivingtowork  C、iscertaintobecarriedoutdespitetheobjections  D、willrelievetrafficpressureandimprovepublictransport

60、Accordingtotheobjectors,theschemeisunfairfor.  A、thefirmswithparkinglots  B、theworkforcewithoutcars  C、theemployeesparkingtheircarsonthestreets
  D、thestaffdrivingtoworkinthedaytime

61、WhichwordcanbestdescribeTheresaVilliers’attitudetowardsthescheme?  A、Doubtful. B、Negative. C、Understanding. D、Positive.

62、Itcanbeinferredfromthepassagethat.  A、manyfirmsarewillingtopaythechargesfortheirstaff  B、thepublictransportinNottinghamisingreatneedofimprovement  C、theauthorbelievesBritonswillbenefitfromthescheme  D、thosefirmswithmorecommuterswillleaveNottingham D edmetohelphimgetintothecentralpartoftherainforest,wherethetouristsdon’tgo,afortunebeforetheageof40,andnowhespendshistimewanderingontheplanetlookingforprojectstosupportswhereconcretebabystepsmatterandcanmakeaverybigdifference. He’sfundingthereconstructionofatempleinBhutan,settingupteachertrainingprogramsforAfghanrefugees,assistingthepeopleofRwandsinrebuildingtheirjusticesystem,,cticalchartering(慈善家)upendstherestoftheday(inNepal)photographingchildreninthevillageandleachingJake,myson,breathtakingseriesofportraitsofchildreninAfghanistan,inrefugee(难民)campsinPakistanandRwanda,andofPalestinianrefugeesincampsinLebanon. Iwatchhimatwork,sittingjustoutsideagroupofyoungsters:perstoittobequietandwellbehaved;theducknodsbutthenbeginstoattackBobby,ldrenbegintostareatthestrangesightofthisbigmanandhisnaughtyduck,vecloser,themrunawaylaughingwhileothersgetcloser. AyoungmanattemptstogiveBobbyacanofsomesoftdrink,sayingsomethinginNepalese. “Pema,what’sthiskidsaying?Why’shetryingtogivemethiscan?” Pematalkstotheboy,whoisabout12.“Hesaysyousavedhisgrandmother’slifelastyear,dedanoperationinKatmandu,thefamilywantstothankyou,andthisisalltheyhavetogiveyou.” astingmemoriesofthisextraordinaryandcomplexmanwillbeofhimchasingthevillagekidslikeafool,andthenextreducedalmosttotearsbythissimplegift.

63、Bobbywentintotherainforestbecause.  A、hewishedtobecomewealthy B、hewantedtoprotectwildlife  C、hewasfondoftakingpictures D、hewascrazyabouttourism

64、Theunderlinedpart“getsthebetterofhim”(inthethirdparagraph)means.  A、gainsanadvantageoverBobby B、eatsnicefoodfromBobby  C、givesintoBobby  D、isbroughtunderBobby’scontrol

65、ItcanbeinferredfromthepassagethatPemais.
  A、theauthor B、Bobby’sson C、a电脑版点击下载文档可以下载此文章168资源分享社区tor D、aloyalguide

66、What’sthepurposeofthispassage?  A、TodescribeBobby’scomplexcharacter.  B、Toreflecttheimportanceofpresents.  C、TopraiseBobby’sactsofkindness.  D、Toindicatecharityworkisbasedonwealth. E Till2017,onlytwocountriesintheadvancedworringoneofthetwo,Australia,gaveupth’tsurprisedwhenthisdidn’tmakethenewshereintheUnitedStates—we’renowtheonlywealthycountrywithoutsuchapolicy. TheUnitedStatesdoeshaveoneexplicitfamilypolicy,theFamilyandMedicalLeaveAct,tlesworkerstoasmuchas12weekethemodestyofthebenefit,theChamberofCommerceandotherbusinessgroupsfoughtitbitterly,describingitas“government-runpersonnelmanagement”anda“dangerousprecedent.”Infact,everystepoftheway,asDemocraticleadershavetriedtointroducework-familybalancemeasuresintothelaw,businessgroupshavebeenstronglyopposed. AsYalelawprofessorAnneA1stottargues,justifyingparentalsupportdependsondefiningthefamilyasasocialgoodthat,insomesense,ookNoExit:WhatParentsOweTheirChildrenandWhatSocietyOwesParents,shearguesthatparentsareburdenedinmanywaysintheirlives:thereis“noexit”whenitcomestochildren.“Societyexpectsandneedsparentstoprovidetheirchildrenwithcontinuityofcare,meaningtheintensive,intimatecarethathumanbeingsneedtodeveloptheirintellectual,emotional,ietyexpectsandneedsparentstopersistintheirrolefor18years,orlongerifneeded.” Whilemostparentsdothisoutoflove,therearepublicpenaltiesfornotprovidingcare,Whatparentsdo,inotherwords,isofdeepconcerntothestate,fortheobviousreasonthatcaringforterecognizesthisinthelargebodyoffamilylawsthatgovernchildren’swelfare,yetparentsrecsifyparentingasapersonalchoiceforwhichthereisoncollectiveresponsibilityisnotmerelytoignorethesocialbenefitsofgoodparenting;really,itistostealthosebenefitsbecausetheyaccruetothewholeofsocietyastoday’schildrenbecometomorrow’,bysomeestimates,thevalueofparentalinvestmentsinchildren,investmentsoftimeandmoneyincludinglostwages,isequalto20%-30%einvestmentsgeneratehugesocialbenefits—astheyclearlydo—thebenefitsofprovidingmoresocialsupportforthefamilyshouldbethatmuchclearer.

67、Whatdowelearnaboutpaidfamilyleavefromthefirstparagraph?  A、ItcameasasurprisewhenAustraliaadoptedthepolicy.  B、IthasnowbecomeahottopicintheUnitedStates.  C、Americaisnowtheonlydevelopedcountrywithoutthepolicy.
  D、ItsmeaningwasclarifiedwhenitwasestablishedinAustralia.

68、WhatisProfessorAnneAlstott’sargumentforparentalsupport?  A、ngrowing.  B、Goodparentingbenefitssociety.  C、keepupwithotherdevelopedcountries.  D、Childrenneedcontinuouscare.

69、WhatdoestheauthorthinkofAmerica’slargebodyoffamilylawsgoverningchildren’swelfare?  A、Theyfailtoensurechildren’shealthygrowth.  B、Theyfailtoprovideenoughsupportforparents.  C、Theyemphasizeparents’legalresponsibilities.  D、Theyimposethecareofchildrenonparents.

70、Whydoestheauthorobjecttoclassifyingparentingasapersonalchoice?  A、Itisregardedasalegalobligation.  B、Itrelieslargelyonsocialsupport.  C、Itgenerateshugesocialbenefits.  D、Itisbasicallyasocialundertaking 第四部分:书面表达〔共两节,总分值50分〕 第一节:完成句子〔共10小题;每题2分,总分值20分〕 阅读以下各小题,依照所给的汉语提示,用句末括号内的英语单词完成句子,并将答案写在答题卡上的相应题号后。 例:tilldarkoutside.〔get〕 我们天亮前就起床了。
外面仍然特别黑。 答案:gotup

71、Seldomeachotheranymorethoughwestudiedandlivedinthesametown.〔see〕 即使我们生活、学习在同一城市,我们也特别少碰面。

72、Couldyoupossibleletusknow?(as) 你一决定了,请尽快告诉我们好吗。

73、,ardagainsttheCanadianborder.(look) 朝另一方向看,你能够看到紧靠着加拿大边界的贝克山。

74、Inspacetheastronautswillhavetofacethecircumstancesontheearth.(train) 在太空,航天员将不得不面对他们在地球上训练时的情形。


75、“Idon’ohavelivedthewidthofitaswell.”(live) “我不想在生命终结的时候才发明我只活了生命的长度,我也想要一并活出生命的宽度。”

76、“IfChinasawsocialandeconomicconfusion,thenadisasterfortheworld,”WenJiabao.(be) “假如中国经济和社会出现问题,将会给世界带来灾难,”温家宝。

77、ByMay2017,theWorldbankwasestimatingthat100millionpeoplesubsistencepovertyduetofoodinflationinthefirstquarterofthatyear.(push) 世界银行可能到2017年第一季度由于粮食价格的飞涨,有1亿人口陷入牵强维持生存的贫困。



78、Itellyouinwinterwhenthere’snobaseball,Istareoutthewindow,.(wait) 告诉你吧,在没有棒球的冬天,我就盯着窗外,等待春天的到来。

79、wssomuchaboutChina。
(wonder) 凯莉在中国出生长大。难怪她对中国明白得这么多。

80、infaceofdangermattersmuchincaseofemergency.(stay) 在紧急情况下,面对危险我们应该保持镇静,这点至关重要。 第二节:短文写作〔共1题;总分值30分〕 请依照以下提示,结合你的校园生活,就学校是否在学生中开展课外体育运动这一话题,用英语写一篇短文。 Alotofkids,especiallyparentsareanxiousaboutthekids’youthink? 注意: ①无须写标题,不得照抄英语提示语; ②除诗歌外,文体不限; ③内容必须结合校园生活中的一个事例; ④文中不得透漏个人姓名和学校名称; ⑤词数为120左右。


   
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