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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2019届高中毕业生二月调研测试英语试题  全卷满分150分。考试用时120分钟。    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,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。
例:How much is the shirt? A.  19.15.                B.  9.18.              C.  9.15. 答案是C。 1. Where does this conversation most likely take place? A. At a flower shop.  B. On a hill.  C. In a garden.  2. What will the man probably do? A. Co outside.   B. Read a magazine.   C. Listen to a program.  3. How does the girl usually get back to school? A. By car.  B. By bus.  C. By taxi.  4. What do we know about the woman speaker? A. She’s strict.  B. She’s regretful.  C. She’s caring.  5. What is the man speaker doing? A. Making a suggestion.  B. Doing housework.  C. Leaning a skill.  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,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 was Alice late? A. She made a call.  B. She got up late.  C. She set off late.  7. What is the probable relationship between the two speakers? A. Teacher and student.  B. Father and daughter.  C. Boss and employee.  听第7段材料,回答第

8、9题。
8. What is the weather mostly like during their camping trip? A. It’s hot.  B. It’s cold. C. It’s rainy.  9. How does Linda feel about the man? A. Mysterious.  B. Considerate.  C. Disgusting.  听第8段材料,回答第10至12题。
10. What are the speakers talking about? A. Housekeeping.  B. Shopping.    C. Coking.  英语试卷 第 1 页 (共 8 页)
11. Whose price has just increased at the highest rate? A. Cheese’s.  B. Bacon’s.  C. Meat’s.  12. Why is the woman unwilling to buy instant coffee? A. Because it’s bitter.  B. Because it’s unpopular.  C. Because it’s expensive.  听第9段材料,回答第13至16题。 13. What is probably the man speaker? A. A chemist.  B. A dentist.  C. A patient.  14. When does the woman have an appointment with Dr. Williams? A. This morning.  B. At five o’clock.  C. Next week.  15. What does the man suggest the woman do? A. Wait for Dr. Williams.  B. Be cautious about her diet.  C. Go to the dentist’s directly.  16. What will the man do to help the woman? A. Give her what she wants.  B. Ring Dr. Williams for her.  C. Make an appointment for her.  听第10段材料,回答第17至20题。
17. Where can students keep fit? A. In the recreation center.  B. In a fast food restaurant.  C. In the student health center.  18. What do we know about the supply of healthy food in most university restaurants? A. I’s short.  B. I’s abundant.  C. I’s reasonable.  19. Which of the following do students find extremely good? A. Fitness activities.   B. The smoking ban.   C. Medical care.  20. What is the speaker mainly talking about? A. Convenience in exercise.  B. Healthy life in universities.  C. Medical care for university students.  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 The skin under the eyes is delicate, which is why it sometimes appears sunken and has darker coloring than elsewhere on the face. Aging and health problems play a role in sunken eyes but other factors can contribute, so it may affect younger people as well.  Dehydration The most common cause of sunken eyes is dehydration, or not having enough water in the body. Consuming too much coffee, soda, and prepackaged drinks may increase production of urine(尿液), which may lead to dehydration.  Vitamin shortages 英语试卷 第 2 页 (共 8 页)
Shortages of vitamin C, vitamin K, and iron can cause eyes to become sunken. Vitamin C helps with absorbing iron and decreasing bruising(瘀斑), while vitamin K is responsible for blood thickening, causing unhealthy skin. Easy bruising and unhealthy skin will result in sunken eyes.  Weight loss Most people tend to lose weight in their face first. Sometimes, the weight loss is sudden enough to make blood vessels(血管)below the eyes easy to see, and the skin clear, producing the appearance of sunken eyes. Sudden weight loss may also cause nutritional shortages, which can lead to sunken eyes.  Not enough sleep or por quality sleep can cause sunken eyes and a person’s DNA or the habit of smoking can also contribute to sunken eyes. Most cases of sunken eyes relate to the quality of an individual’s nutrition and healthy living. When these causes are corrected, sunken eyes can be resolved without further treatment. This means that causes can be avoided or treated in good time to prevent the recurrence of sunken eyes.  21. What can we do to prevent dehydration according to the text? A. Refuse coffee.        B. Drink more water.  C. Say no to soft drinks.       D. Have certain drinks less.  22. What will lead to bruising below the eyes? A. Lack of vitamin K.       B. Water shortages.  C. Lack of vitamin C.       D. Nutritional shortages.  23. Which of the following should be avoided for people losing weight? A. Pale faces.         B. Sudden weight loss.  C. Clean skin.         D. Narrow blood vessels.   B In American countryside, the message we hear is this: Go and get an education. Leave your small town and make something of yourself. Success and opportunity are found elsewhere. Leave. Co.  After graduating from a high school in Helena, Arkansas, I did go.  I went to Colby College in Maine. I had visited the school ahead of time, so I knew what I was getting myself into. I knew about the difference in weather. I understood the difference in social atmosphere. But I wanted to stretch myself and get out of my comfort zone. And you know what? I absolutely loved my time there. But one thing took me by surprise — the lack of countryside representation. Most of the other students at Colby were from big cities: New York, Boston, Los Angeles, San Francisco. . . And when I had conversations with these students — in or outside of class — we almost always focused on topics facing large American cities. In my education classes, it was always “urban this” and “urban that”.  It was like small town America didn’t exist.  And this urban interest doesn’t just happen in college. I went to an education conference a couple of years ago, and a professor — someone who had been at the forefront of educational reform — was there to deliver a keynote. I was chosen to be part of a small group that got to meet 英语试卷 第 3 页 (共 8 页)
with him. So there we were, five or six of us siting in a room, and I asked him, “What are your thoughts on the state of education in the countryside?” And this man was speechless.  I’ll never forget that moment. It speaks to a larger truth. Towns like mine are forgotten.  This trend of exporting talent and resources to our big cities — this mindset of leaving small towns and never coming back — I don’t want to add to that movement. I want to reverse that movement.  Now it’s my turn to help people younger than me. And you know what? I’m a sixth grade teacher in Helena now.  24. What do people in American countryside think of the future of the youth at home? A. Secure.        B. Fragile.  C. Promising.       D. Bright.  25. What did the author find in his college classroom? A. Students chatted freely.  B. Countryside was ignored.  C. He was looked down upon.  D. Students concentrated on education.  26. How would the author feel about the professor’s reaction? A. It’s emotional.        B. It’s natural.  C. It’s positive.        D. It’s disappointing.  27. What is the author doing now? A. Teaching in a college.  B. Fighting for the movement.  C. Working with the professor.  D. Devoting himself to his hometown.   C Anxiety is a natural response that changed gradually over millions of years to make us more careful and our bodies prepared to flee danger. But feeling anxious because you heard a noise on a dark street isn’t the same thing as having an anxiety disorder. “The key thing we look for in the clinic is whether anxiety is interfering(妨碍)with a person’s day-to-day life, or causing them a lot of unhappiness,” says Nick Grey of King’s College London.  To clinical psycholoists like Grey, “maladaptive(不恰当的)beliefs” are typical in anxiety disorders and are often used to determine the type of anxiety someone has. In social anxiety disorder, the most common anxiety disorder, you might believe that your face turning red will result in people laughing at you. People with this type of disorder experience constant and great fear before, during and after social events.  If you have panic disorder, you might assume that you are having a heart attack if your heart starts to race. The physical symptoms of anxiety — a pounding heart, difficulty breathing, feeling dizzy — will then come on in a rush. Everyone can experience such panic attacks from time to time, but in panic disorder the attacks are regular and become a source of anxiety themselves.  Other maladaptive beliefs are less specific. Generalized anxiety disorder is characterized by continuous worries about a range of different events or activities, for at least six months. If you have this condition, the belief driving your anxiety could, for example, be the feeling it’s your job to take care of other people, or that you have responsibilities that you must meet at all cost. To decide 英语试卷 第 4 页 (共 8 页)
who to refer for further treatment, 电脑版点击下载文档可以下载此文章168资源分享社区tors might use a tool called the GAD7 test.  28. Which of the following belongs to an anxiety disorder? A. Quarreling with parents.  B. Getting to school earlier.  C. Missing a lunch.  D. Knocking on the wall.  29. What is social anxiety characterized by? A. Continuous worries.      B. Past experiences.  C. Maladaptive beliefs.       D. Frequent terrors.  30. What will happen to you when you have panic disorder? A. You can’t stand steadily.  B. Your face turns red.  C. You can’t touch anything.  D. Your hands feel numb.  31. What anxiety disorder occurs more often than others? A. Generalized anxiety.       B. Panic attacks.  C. Social anxiety.        D. Acute anxiety attacks.   D It’s at this time of the year that marathon recovery, not marathon training, starts to take center stage.  Research indicates that the muscle damage from running a marathon can last up to two weeks. The research also indicates that muscle soreness(肌肉酸痛)is not a good indicator of muscular healing. In other words, just because you aren’t sore anymore doesn’t mean that you are fully healed. This is the danger for marathon runners: post-marathon muscular soreness fades after a few days but minor damage within the muscle cells remains. If you return to full training too soon — running more and faster than the tissues are ready for — you risk delaying full recovery and the chance to get ready for your next goal.  The solution, it appears, is to recognize(and accept)that the muscles will take a while to heal and to be prepared to take it easy for the first couple of weeks (even longer if you’re particularly sore after your marathon). While the research isn’t very promising when it comes to things to do to reduce soreness and aid healing, a couple of concepts appear to help. First, providing gentle blood flow to the area helps bring healing nutrients into the muscles and also helps to remove waste products and damaged tissue. Walking and gentle massage(按摩)can help, particularly in the first few days after a marathon. Once muscle soreness has significantly reduced(usually two to four days after the race), light jogging can commence. Just be mindful to run very slowly.  No runner wants to get super fit and then lose that during the recovery process. But since you must reduce your training load following your marathon, it can be difficult as to how much and how soon to insert running into your post-marathon training.  32. When should marathon runners return to full training? A. About half a month after the competition.  B. A few days after soreness disappears.  英语试卷 第 5 页 (共 8 页)
C. Before the tissues recover completely.  D. Before the next game draws closer.  33. How can marathon runners reduce their muscle soreness? A. Through family care.  B. By doing gentle exercise.  C. Through medical treatment.  D. By removing damaged tissue.  34. Which of the following best explains “commence” underlined in paragraph 3? A. Fit.   B. Heal.    C. Start.    D. Mend.  35. What can be a suitable title for the text? A. Recovery after Marathon B. Soreness with Sports C. Healing Muscle Soreness D. Reducing Training Load  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。             When I first came to UK from China at 6, I entered the first grade.    36   . I saw children throw their left over food into the large trash cans — from half-eaten pizzas to untouched burgers. I watched them pour their milk into a white bucket. In China, this was a huge no-no in school. We had to finish everything.  One day, my first grade teacher announced that we would be having a party and everyone was told to bring something from their country.    37   . My mom stayed up after her long day of work and made many dumplings. She put them in the fridge and woke up early in the morning to steam them and fry them so they would taste extra fresh when I brought them to school. They smelled great and looked golden brown after they were cooked.  I was so excited to share these with my class and teachers. It was placed in the corner of the table next to all the other delicious food.    38   . One or two kids bravely took a piece and knew what they were because they had it with their parents at a Chinese restaurant. At the end of the party, it was cleanup. My teacher walked up to me and asked, pointing to the dumplings, “Would you like to take these home?” I carefully replied, “No…”    39   . I thought she was going to share it with other teachers, but immediately after I said that, she threw all the dumplings into the trash and continued cleaning. I was confused; what just happened?    40   . And today I still witness this frequently in my English fiends. Please eat all your food or take it to go or share it or just get enough so you don’t have to throw it away. Thank you.  A. In China, “no” usually means “yes” B. I got super excited and told my parents C. It was very impolite to take your gift home D. This was the biggest culture shock I have experienced E. When I got home, I shared the experience with my parents F. Many kids had the cookies and juices and were hesitant to try the dumplings G. I didn’t understand why kids were getting their lunch food and not finishing it  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) 英语试卷 第 6 页 (共 8 页)
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