• 英语 衡水市2017年高三第三次模拟考试
简答题(综合题) 本大题共95分。简答应写出文字说明、证明过程或演算步骤。
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A

The Great War Exhibition

When: Sun 10 Jan, 9:00 am- 6:00 pm

Mon 11 Jan, 9:00 am- 6:00 pm

Where: Dominion Museum Building, 15 Buckle Street, Wellington

Restrictions: All Ages

Ticket Information: Admission Free

The journey i rich in personal stories which tell of the great experience of the battlefields and the hardships at home during wear-time New Zealand. The visitors will experience the desperate horrors and the victories of the human spirit that were part of the Great War.

Kaipara Coast Plants & Sculpture Gardens

When: Sun 10 Jan, 9:00 am- 5:00 pm

Mon 11 Jan, 9:00 am- 5:00 pm

Where : 1481 Kaipara Coast Highway (SH16), Auckland

Restrictions: All Ages

Ticket Information:

● Adults: $10.00

● Children 5-13 (under 5 and free):$ 5.00

● Groups 10 : $ 8.00

● Over 60 &. Students (with ID): $ 9.00

Come and enjoy a relaxed art and garden experience. Sculptures are for sale and the display changes completely ever 12 moths with the new exhibition opening in December each year to give you a fresh experience each time you come.

Dream Works Animation

When: Sun 10 Jan, 10:00 am- 6:00 pm

Mon 11 Jan, 10:00 am- 6:00 pm

Where: Te Papa, 55 Cable St, Wellington

Restrictions: All Ages

Ticket Information:

● Adults: $ 15.00

● Children & Students 3-15 (with Student ID): $ 6.00

● Children under 3: $0.00

The exhibition features over 400 items, including rare concept drawing, models, interviews, and original artworks. Adults and kids can get creative with real animation tools, and soar above the clouds in the Dragon Flight experience from How to Train Your Dragon.

Balls, Bullets and Boots

When: Sun 10 Jan, 9:00 am- 4:30 pm

Mon 11Jan, 9:00 am- 4:30 pm

Where: National Army Museum, 1 Hassett Dr, SH1, Waiouru

Restrictions: All Ages

Ticket Information: Door Sales Only

The exhibition explores the impact the cruel reality of war had on colonial sportsmen and their loved ones as they were transplanted from the rugby fields of home to fight.

【语篇导读】本文是一篇广告类应用文,主要向我们介绍了四种展览我。

21. If a couple with their son aged 5 attend the second and the third exhibitions, know much should they pay?()

A$ 53.

B$61.

C$75.

D$82.

22. Which of the following may attract a sport-lover most?()

ABalls, Bullets and Boots.

BThe Great War Exhibition.

CDream Works Animation.

DKaipara Coast Plants & Sculpture Gardens.

23.The main purpose of the text is to .

APersuade people to study history seriously

BAttract more visitors to join in the exhibitions

CAdvise people to spend more time with families

DCompare the differences of four different exhibitions

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B

We can have conflicts with our important persons like friends, relatives, workmates, etc. But the conflicts doesn’t necessarily mean that the relationship will be destroyed. In fact, sometimes conflict helps people to let out their silent feelings, allowing them to free their suppressed emotions. However, when in a conflict, we usually get angry and say or do things which aren’t linked to the problem at hand. Therefore, it is important that we should try to avoid conflicts through effective communication.

In a heated argument, we usually say things that aren’t related to the real problem, and even use rude words to make sure we gain an advantage over the other person. Then the whole situation goes badly. So we should separate(隔离) the root cause of the problem and build our discussion around it. This ensures that there are no rude remarks and the situation moves in a positive direction.ks like, “I understand your concern on this” or “I know you’re right at your end”, would make the other person feel more appreciated.

Sometimes some people get too excited and may behave in the wrong way or say something others may not appreciate. This can cause a worse situation. Actually, they should control their emotions and keep calm. This has to be learned through self-control and observing behavior of other people.

The tips mentioned above are useful for most situations. However, we don’t rule out the possibility that there are some people always want to create some sort of trouble for others. You can tell them from others, and putting in an effort to resolve a conflict with them may just not be a wise idea. The best way to deal with these people is to forget them. A famous saying can help you and that is: “You should never fight with a pig; you both get dirty and only the pig likes it.”

【语篇导读】本文是一篇说明文,主要向我们介绍了争论,尽管争论带来了弊端但也有其有利的一面。

24. What can we learn from Paragraph 1?()

AConflicts may help us deal with our emotions.

BConflicts can improve our relations with others greatly.

CEffective communication can help us avoid conflicts undoubtedly.

DThe closer two friends are, the more conflicts are between them.

25. When making discussions to solve conflicts, we should .

Aknow others’ personal quality

Bknow others’ ability of expression

Cavoid showing our disadvantages

Davoid the root cause of the problem

26. The author suggests that when people get too excited, they should .

Abehave like other people

Bcontrol the situation

Clearn to keep their head

Dsay something unconcerned

27.In the author’s opinion, how should you deal with those who always want to create trouble for you?()

AFight with them.

BIgnore them.

CHave a talk with them.

DGive them somethi

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C

Anxiety has now surpassed depression as the most common mental health disease among college students, though depression, too, is on the rise. More than half of students visiting campus clinics cite anxiety as a health concern, according to a recent study of more than 100,000 students nationwide by the Center for Collegiate Mental Health at Penn State. Nearly one in six college students has been diagnosed with or treated for anxiety within the last 12 months, according to the annual national survey by the American College Health Association.

The causes range widely, experts say, from mounting academic pressure at earlier ages to overprotective parents to engagement with social media. Anxiety has always played a role in the development of a student’s life, but now more students experience anxiety so acute that they are seeking professional help. Like many college clinics, the Center for Counseling and Psychological Services at the University of Central Florida (UCF)- one of the country’s largest and fastest-growing universities, has seen sharp increases in the number of clients: 15.2 percent over last year alone.

Anxiety has become characteristic of the current generation of college students, said Dan Jones, the director of Counseling and Psychological Services at Appalachian State University in Boone, N. C. Because of increasingly pressures during high school, he and other experts say, students arrive at college preloaded with stress. Accustomed to extreme parental oversight, many seem unable to govern themselves. And with parents so accessible, students have had less incentive to develop life skills. “They can’t tolerate discomfort or having to struggle,” Dr Jones said.

More often, anxiety is mild and temporary, the indication of a student under the control of a normal developmental issue-learning time management, for example, or how to handle rejection from a sorority. Mild anxiety is often treatable with early, modest interventions. But to care for rising numbers of severely troubled students, many counseling centers have moved to triage protocols (分诊措施). That means that students with less urgent needs may wait several weeks for first appointments.

Like many college counseling centers, UCF has designed a variety of daily workshops and therapy groups that implicitly and explicitly address anxiety, depression and their triggers. Next fall the center will test a new app for treating anxiety with a seven-module cognitive behavioral program, accessible through a student’s phone and augmented with brief videoconferences with a therapist. It also offers semester-long, 90-minute weekly therapy groups, such as “Keeping Calm and in Control”, “Mindfulness for Depression” and “Building Social Confidence” -for students struggling with social anxiety.

【语篇导读】本文是一篇说明文,主要向我们介绍了什么是焦虑,焦虑的成因及解决措施

28. Which of the following contributes to anxiety according to the text?()

AProtection from teachers.

BAn app in students’ phones.

CIncreasingly learning pressure.

DManagement of time learning.

29. What does the underlined word “incentive” in Paragraph 3 probably mean?()

APrevention.

BMotivation.

CAcquisition.

DDirection.

30. What’s the purpose of those therapy groups mentioned in the last paragraph?()

ATo help students suffering anxiety.

BTo test what social anxiety is.

CTo introduce the cognitive behavioral program of UCF.

DTo emphasize the importance of calm and confidence.

31. Which of the following would be the best title for the text?()

ATips on dealing with anxiety

BCauses of anxiety and depression

CDifferent mental diseases threaten college students

DCollege mental health centers overburdened with anxious students

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D

The more hours that young children spend in child care, the more likely they are to turn out aggressive and disobedient by the time they are in kindergarten, according to the largest study of child care and development ever conducted. Researchers said this correlation (相关性)held true regardless of whether the children came from rich or poor homes, were looked after by a relative or at a center, and whether they were girls or boys.

What is uncertain, however, is whether the child care actually causes the problem or whether children likely to turn out aggressive happen to be those who spend more hours in child care. It also remains unclear whether reducing the amount of time in child care will reduce the risk that a child will turn into a mean person. What’s more, quality child care is associated with increased skills in intellectual ability such as language and memory, leading some academics to suggest that child care turns out children who are “smart and naughty”.

The government-sponsored research, which has tracked more than 1,300 children at 10 sites across the country since 1991, is bound to cause the debate over child care again: How should people balance work and family? And how should parents, especially mothers. Resolve the demands that are placed on them to be both breadwinners and supermoms?

That debate was already on display at a new briefing yesterday, where researchers themselves had different opinions about the data and its implications (含义). “There is a constant relationship between time in care and problem behavior, especially those involving aggression and behavior,” said Jay Belsky of Birkbeck College in London. one of the lead investigators of the study who has previously annoyed women’s groups because of his criticisms of child care. “On behalf of fathers or mothers?” interrupted Sarah Friedman, a developmental psychologist at the National Institute of Child Health and Human Development (NICHD) and one of the other lead scientists on the study. “On behalf of parents and families,” responded Belsky.

“NICHD is not willing to get into policy recommendations.” said Friedman, contradicting her colleague. “There are other possibilities that can be entertained. Yes it is a quick solution-more hours in child care is associated with more problems. The easy solution is to cut the number of hours but that may have implications for the family that may not be beneficial for the development of the children in terms of economics.” In an interview after the briefing, Friedman said that asking parents to work fewer hours and spend more time with their children usually meant a loss of family income, which adversely(不利地)affects children.

Scientists said that the study was highly reliable. But the researchers said they had no idea whether the behavioral difficulties persisted as the children moved to higher grades.

【语篇导读】本文是一篇议论文,围绕儿童在保育机构待的时间及其影响展开讨论。

32. Children who spend more time in quality child care will .

Adevelop greater ability in language

Bbe easy to manage and less naughty

Cpossess great risk-taking spirit

Dbe greedy and mean to their classmates

33. What is still unknown about higher level of aggressiveness in kindergarten children?()

AWhether higher level of aggressiveness can be avoided with longer child care.

BWhere longer child care equally affects children from different families.

CWhether aggressiveness is a direct result of longer child care.

DWhether longer child care improves intellectual ability in children.

34. In the fifth paragraph the word “it” probably means .

ANICHD is unwilling to give parents recommendations

BNICHD is willing to give policy advice concerning child care

Cthe number of hours in child care should be reduced significantly

Dparents should discipline the behavior of their children more strictly

35. According to Friedman. Cutting the number of hours in child care .

Amay prevent families from having the necessary financial sources

Bwill make families unable to enjoy much of the social benefits

Cwill result in subsequent behavioral difficulties in children

Dshould be accompanied with the improvement in the quality of child care

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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。

Four simple ways to stay positive

Trying to stay positive, both in good times and bad, is a great way to improve your quality of life. Try these four methods on a daily basis.

(1) Don’t think a lot about negativity.

Of course. Staying positive 24 hours a day, seven days a week is a bit difficult. Letting things get to you is normal, and it’s actually healthy to cry or express frustrations once in a while.

It’s when those negative moments control your life that your emotional balance is at risk. bd blank However, don’t give that sadness another second in your day.

(2) bd blank

What you put into your body directly affects how you feel on the outside. Fill yourself with good, healthy foods like fruits and vegetables and limit snacking. Exercise is equally of great importance. Take a few days out of your week for at least a half a hour of activity, and try to stick to a routine. bd blank

(3) Be kind to others.

bd blank Making someone’s day a bit brighter not only puts a smile on his or her face. but also yours as well. Remember to smile and treat each person with pity and respect. Good deeds are contagious (传染的), and your positive attitude may spread among others.

(4) Take it one day at a time.

Being positive isn’t an instant thing. It’s a steady effort that we follow every hour of every day. bd blank Instead, focus on living in the moment and doing what you can to make each moment better.

A. Eat healthy and stay fit.

B. Take your lunch breaks outside.

C. Don’t worry about what the future may bring.

D. Gratefulness helps you appreciate life in bad times.

E. Good feelings come from acts of kindness and selflessness.

F. Take a few minutes to feel sad and accept what happened.

G. Even going outside for a walk and enjoying the sunshine improves your mood.

【语篇解读】本文是一篇说明文。向我们介绍保持乐观的四种方法。

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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A、B、C和D四个选项中,选出可以填入空白处的最佳选项。

My wife and I were attending a wedding at St. John’s Church. The sound of bd blank rang to the heavens as the ceremony continued.

At the church, I bd blank an old friend. Casper, who happened to be at the bd blank . Now 73, Casper was a brilliant and bd blank softball pitcher (投球手) back in the Men’s Leagues of Philadelphia in the mid-60s. I did not bd blank the now silver-haired fellow until my brother-in- law John mentioned his name to me! After a very pleasant bd blank , Casper asked if I remembered a letter of bd blank I had written to him back in 1964. It appeared Casper fell on hard times. as professional pitchers bd blank do, and he wasn’t pitching too well for a period of time. I did not bd blank the letter, but he said, “Yes, I still have it, and I read it anytime bd blank aren’t going too well.” He said that he had read the letter many times, and the situation always seemed to improve. I was bd blank and speechless!

He continued, “You don’t remember?” I said, “Sadly, no, I don’t.” But I did ask if I could have a(n) bd blank of the letter. He said he would email it to me. After the bd blank , we met on the steps of the church. Casper came up to me and bd blank the letter. He lived a block from the bd blank and had run home to get it. The envelope was bd blank and turned yellow, and so was the letter inside. That letter had to be nearly 50 years old.

In bd blank terms, the letter read:

“These hard times are bd blank ! Keep your enthusiasm for the bd blank . Never quit and you’ll be back on top again bd blank . Hang on there!”

【语篇解读】本文是一篇记叙文。记述了作者的一封信一直以来对朋友的鼓舞。

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Awind

Bmusic

Ctraffic

DFireworks

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Atook over

Bran into

Cpicked up

Dcalled on

43.

Ameeting

Bservice

Cscene

DPosition

44.

Alimited

Bbalanced

Cdevoted

DTalented

45.

Ainvite

Brecognize

Cdisturb

DInform

46.

Adiscussion

Bshaking

Cjourney

DGreeting

47.

Aencouragement

Bappreciation

Capology

DIntroduction

48.

Asometimes

Bentirely

Crarely

DForever

49.

Areceive

Bwrite

Cremember

DPreserve

50.

Ajobs

Bthings

CStages

DEffects

51.

Apleased

Bdisappointed

Cpuzzled

DAnnoyed

52.

Aaddress

Bcopy

Crecord

DOpinion

53.

Aparty

Bbreak

Cwedding

DIncident

54.

Adropped

Bdelivered

Copened

DPresented

55.

Atheatre

Bchurch

Coffice

DStation

56.

Afolded

Bfaded

Cpainted

DDivided

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Agentle

Bpatient

Cmodest

DSimple

58.

Areasonable

Btemporary

Crelative

DImpressive

59.

Agame

Bprize

Cglory

DLesson

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Acasually

Bproperly

Ctotally

DShortly

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阅读下面材料,在空白处填入1个适当的单词或括号内单词的正确形式。

A researcher has made a report  bd blank   says having a lot of money makes you a bad person. Professor Paul Piff spent ten years   bd blank   (look) at the personalities of rich people and    bd blank   (find) that their behaviour was very different bd blank     the behavior of poor people. Rich people are more likely to break   bd blank   (rule), not follow the law, and not care about other people. Wealthy people cheat more at games and are less likely to help other people. Professor Piff told the BBC, “Wealth makes you more   bd blank   (worry) about your own interests, your own desires, your own welfare.” He added that rich people think their own goals and needs are the most   bd blank   (importance) thing in their life.

Professor Piff also found that poor people are more generous than rich people. The poor give a higher percentage of their money   bd blank   (help) others than the rich. The    bd blank   (wealth) you are, the less generous you are. You give significantly smaller portions away to other people. However, he said that rich people could change their behavior and become nicer    bd blank   more generous.

【语篇解读】本文记录了一位研究者做了个拥有大量的钱能让人变坏的例子。

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71.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。

In my mind. I could never fancy how ten second of life could change a person’s view for his whole existence. A few years ago I experience the worst moment in my life. I was driving home that afternoon. Unfortunately, I didn’t make it home as usually because I had a car accident. While I was driving, all of a sudden, but the car in front of me stopped. My car immediately ran into it. Luckily, I wasn’t serious hurt. That accident changed way I drive and they taught me a valuable lesson. I also came to the conclusion which life needs to be treasuring.

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书面表达 本大题共25分。
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72.书面表达(满分25分)

假设你是李华,从互联网上看到一个国际中学生家教组织将面向中国招聘兼职中文家教(tutor) 的广告,欢迎中国学生参加。 请写一封电子邮件申请参加。

内容主要包括:

(1)自我介绍(包括中英文能力);

(2)参加意图(帮助别人学习中文和推介中国文化);

(3)希望获准。

注意:

(1)词数100左右;

(2) 可以适当增加细节,以使行文连贯;

(3)邮件开头和结尾已为你写好,不计入总次数。

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