• 英语 长春市2017年高三第二次模拟考试
简答题(综合题) 本大题共70分。简答应写出文字说明、证明过程或演算步骤。
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Grand City Tour with Griffith Park Observatory &Hollywood Sign

Los Angeles,Hollywood,homes of the movie stars—it’s all here on this Grand Tour!Your tour guide takes great pride in offering amazing customer service,too.Hotel pickups are available at almost any hotel in Hollywood, Downtown LA,Mid-Wilshire,West Hollywood and North Hollywood.

From: $69 US Dollars

Movie Star Homes GPS Self-Guided Bike Tour

Want the flexibility of taking a “whenever you feel like it” Hollywood tour?Here’s the perfect solution.Explore and experience the best of West Hollywood and Beverly Hills on your own time,at your own pace!Cycle past legendary homes and all the places where the rich and famous live,shop,eat and play.And your tour is guided by GPS with an iPad fixed to the bicycle!

From: $34.95 US Dollars

Amazing Scavenger Quest in Los Angeles

ONLY $44 FOR UP TO 5 PEOPLE!This Amazing Scavenger Quest is an interactive(互动的)adventure that combines the fun of the “Amazing Race” with a three-hour sightseeing tour of historic downtown Los Angeles.Offered at a fixed price for a group as opposed to per person pricing,this city tour/game offers a great value if you’re on a budget.

From: $44 US Dollars

Disneyland Excursion from Los Angeles

See Disneyland in Anaheim,California-roundtrip transportation from any of the designated (指定的)hotels and admission for a day of Disney fun.Pick-up from Downtown Los Angeles,Los Angeles International Airport,Beverly Hills,Santa Monica,Marina del Rey,Culver City and South Bay area hotels.

From: $179.95 US Dollars

【语篇导读】本文是一篇广告类应用文,介绍了四个在洛杉矶市可以参加的一日游项目,内容包括活动特色的介绍,行程安排及费用等信息。

21.If you like to travel at your own pace,you will most probably be interested in .

AMovie Star Homes GPS Self-Guided Bike Tour

BAmazing Scavenger Quest in Los Angeles

CGrand City Tour with Griffith Park Observatory & Hollywood Sign

DDisneyland Excursion from Los Angeles

22. How much will a family of 4 pay for the Amazing Scavenger Quest in Los Angeles?

A$69.00 US Dollars.

B$35.20 US Dollars.

C$44.00 US Dollars.

D$176.00 US Dollars.

23. The price of the Disneyland Excursion from Los Angeles includes all the following expenses EXCEPT .

Apickup service at some locations

Ba one-day ticket to Disneyland

Ctransportation back to some hotels

Da guided tour around Hollywood

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B

A few years ago,I felt like I was stuck in a rut(车辙),so I decided to follow in the footsteps of the great American philosopher,Morgan Spurlock,and try something new for 30 days.The idea is actually pretty simple.Think about something you’ve always wanted to add to your life and try it for the next 30 days.It turns out 30 days is just the right amount of time.

There’re a few things I learned while doing these 30-day challenges.The first was the time was much more memorable.This was part of a challenge I did to take a picture every day I also noticed that as I started to do more and harder 30-day challenges,my self-recognition grew.I went from a desk-dwelling computer nerd (电脑迷)to the kind of guy who bikes to work.

Even last year,I ended up hiking up Mt.Kilimanjaro.I would never have been that adventurous before I started my 30-day challenges.

I also figured out that if you really want something badly enough,you can do anything for 30 days.Have you ever wanted to write a novel?Tens of thousands of people try to write their won 50,000-word novel in 30 days.It turns out that all you have to do is write 1,667 words a day for a month.So I did.

So here’s my question to your: What are you waiting for?The next 30 days are going to pass whether you like it or not,so why not think about something you have always wanted to try and give it a shot!

【语篇解读】本文是一篇记叙文,讲述通过自己的亲身尝试,告诉读者30天刚好是这么一段合适的时间去养成一个新的习惯或者改掉一个习惯。

24.The underlined sentence in Para.1 means .

AI felt my life was unchanged and boring

BI didn’t like following others’ footsteps

CI thought that I was in trouble

Dit seemed that my car broke down

25.The author did all the following things every day to change EXCEPT .

Atalk about his own experiences

Bencourage people to try something new

Cintroduce a new philosophy

Dshow people the challenges in life

27.Which of the following can be the best title for the passage?

AWould you like to change yourself?

BFed up with your life?

CWays to challenge yourself.

DTry something new for 30 days.

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C

Life in the Internet age is lonely—or is it?That’s what experts in human interaction are debating after a new Stanford University survey has been published.

According to the study,the more time people spend online,the less they can spare for real-life relationships with family and friends.The researchers asked 113 people about the Web’s influence on daily activities.36% of those people are online for more than five hours a week.”As Internet use becomes more widespread,it will have an increasingly isolating (孤立的) effect on society,”says Robert Kraut,one of the researchers.

Scholars and Web lovers criticized the study for stretching its data to make the “isolating” point.While 13% of regular Web users admitted the loss of time with loved ones,60% reported watching less TV.The survey also shows that E-mail is the most popular online activity,If some of webheads (网虫)spend what was once passive TV time keeping company with friends via E-mails,“that’s a move toward greater connectedness,”says Paul Resnick,a professor at the University of Michigan.

This isn’t the first claim that the Web should be criticized,A 1998 report monitored 73 Pittsburgh-area families’ Net use for a year.People who used the Internet more “talked less to family members and reported being lonelier and more depressed.” says Robert Kraut.

“It’s true that there have been big declines in social connectedness over the past decades,but those declines began before the Internet was invented,” says Thomas Putnam.

As Amitay Etzioni says,the Internet gives us a different kind of social life—not better or worse than before,but just different.

【语篇解读】本文是一篇议论文。讲述的是对于斯坦福大学进行的一项关于网络是否导致“社会孤立效应”的研究,社会各界展开的讨论。

28.Who claimed that the Web had negative influence?

ARobert Kraut.

BPaul Resnick.

CThomas Putnam.

DAmitay Etzioni.

29.The underlined word “This” in Para.4 refers to .

Athe study conducted by Stanford University

Bthe survey made by the University of Michigan

Cthe conclusion in a report written in 1998

Dthe opinion expressed in Bowling Alone

30.From the passage we learn that .

Awatching TV used to take time away from staying online

B36% of web users spend more than five hours a week online

Cthe Web was blamed more than once for causing an isolating effect

Dthe Web has the same influence as telephones and televisions

31.The passage mainly discusses .

Ahow we can make a better use of the Internet

Bwhether the Internet causes an isolating effect

Chow declines in social connectedness appear

Dwhat a different life the Internet brings to us

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D

Food production does great harm to our environment.There are many procedures involved in the manufacture of food that result in greenhouse gases and other pollutants.Some procedures require the consumption of large amounts of fossil fuels,such as the transportation and storage of food products.Other factors that cause great damage to our environment include the overuse of fresh water.

The production of beef is more damaging to the environment than that of any other food we consume,Raising large numbers of cattle requires the production of large amounts of food for the animals.It’s estimated that producing one pound of beef requires seven pounds of feed.

Land use is also a problem.If the cattle are free-range cattle,large areas of land are required for them to live on.This has led to disastrous forest cutting and the loss of rare plants and animal species,particularly in tropical rain forests in Central and South America.

Another problem specific to beef production is methane emissions (甲烷排放).Although many people are aware of the damaging effects of carbon dioxide,they don’t realize methane’s global warming potential is 25 times worse,making it a more dire problem.

Unfortunately,beef consumption is growing rapidly.This is the result of simple supply and demand factors.Specifically,there are two main causes of demand that are encouraging the production of more supply.First,the increase in the world population means there are more people to consume meat.The second factor is socioeconomic advancement.As citizens in developing nations become financially stable,they can afford to buy more meat.

Therefore,one way to reduce the greenhouse gas emissions is for people around the world to significantly cut down on the amount of beef they eat.

【语篇解读】本文是一篇说明文,从牛肉的生产过程中,喂养牛大量消耗食物、牛体内食物消化过程中又要产生大量甲烷释放到大气中,从而危害环境等方面加以阐述,从而提出作者观点,呼吁人们减少牛肉消耗,以达到保护坏境的目的。

32.Which of the following is TRUE?

ARaising free-range cattle is eco-friendly.

BPeople cut down trees for animal habitats.

CProducing beef can damage the environment.

DCarbon dioxide causes far more harm than methane.

33.The underlined word “dire” in Para.4 means .

Aurgent

Bcommon

Ctypical

Davoidable

34.Beef production is growing rapidly because .

Amore people are in demand of beef

Bdeveloping countries raise more cattle

Cmore land is available to raise cattle

Dthe cost of raising cattle is relatively low

35.The author writes this article to .

Adescribe the booming of the beef production

Bemphasize the advantages of beef production

Ccondemn the deforestation of the rain forest

Dargue for a decrease in beef consumption

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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(一个单词)或括号内单词的正确形式。

       On the first day of her work,Sally foundthat a class full of problems was waiting for her.She was told six teachers   61 bd blank  (quit) before her.When she walked into theclassroom,it was chaos: two boys were fighting in a corner,yet   62 bd blank  rest of the class seemed not to notice them;some girls were chatting and some were running about with paper,food packagesand other garbage   63 bd blank  (leave) everywhere.

       Sally walked onto the platform,  64 bd blank  (pick) up a piece of chalk and wrote on theblackboard: “Rule 1: We are family!” All students stopped   65 bd blank  (look) at her.And she continued with Rule2,Rule 3…In the following weeks, Sally worked out 10 class rules and postedthem  66 bd blank  the walls of the classroom.She patientlyexplained all the rules to the students and required everyone to follow them.

   67 bd blank (surprise),Sallywas not driven out like the former teachers; 68 bd blank ,she won respect from the students.Over the years,shewitnessed gradual changes in the class.At the graduation ceremony,just  69 bd blank she expected,she was veryproud to stand with a class of care,manners and   70 bd blank  (confident).

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71.短文改错(共10小题;每小题1分,满分10分)

假设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处错误,每句中最多有两处错误。错误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。

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。

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补全信息 本大题共5小题,每小题2分,共10分。把答案填写在题中横线上。
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The Case For and Against Homework

Home work is typically defined as any tasks “assigned to students by school teachers that are meant to be carried out during nonschool hours”.Homework has been a constant topic of believed that homework helped create disciplined minds. 36 bd blank Since then,arguments for and against homework have continued to multiply. A number of studies have been conducted on homework.Two analyses by Cooper and colleagues are the most comprehensive.They concluded that the relationship between homework and student achievement was found to be positive. 37bd blank 38 bd blank The authors of How Homework Is Hurting Our Children and What We Can Do About It criticized both the quantity and quality of homework.They provided evidence that too much homework harms student’s health and family time.They insisted that teachers reduce the amount of homework and avoid homework over breaks and holidays. One of the more controversial issues in the homework debate is the amount of time students should spend on homework.Researchers have offered various recommendations. 39bd blank Another question regarding homework is the extent to which schools should involve parents.Some studies have reported minimal positive effects or even negative effects for parental involvement. 40 bd blank Finally,assignments should cause students and their parents or other family members to become engaged in conversations and thus extend the students’ learning.

【语篇解读】本文是一篇议论文,主要阐述了针对学生家庭作业的不同看法。

AInappropriate homework may produce little or no benefit.

BTeachers are to blame for providing too much homework.

CDoing homework causes improved academic achievement.

DAlthough the research support for homework is powerful,the case against homework is popular.

EBy 1940,growing concern that homework affected other home activities caused a reaction against it.

FExperts recommend parents receive clear rules and teachers do not expect parents to act as experts.

GFor example,5 to 10 minutes per subject might be appropriate for 4th graders,while 30 to 60 minutes for high school students.

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完型填空 本大题共20小题,每小题 1.50分,共30分。
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第1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。

When my husband Ian died in 2014,ten days after being diagnosed with cancer,I was completely broken up.He was just 54.We’d planned to 41 bd blank together and live the years to the fullest.

At first,the 42 bd blank of spending the following years of my life without him left me feeling 43 bd blank .I was in deep 44 bd blank having lost him.But as time passed,I began to 45 bd blank that life is so precious,and none of us can 46 bd blank what’s around the comer.

I realized I could sit at home and 47 bd blank Ian, 48 bd blank I could make the most of every moment of my life.Three months 49 bd blank he died,a friend mentioned a choir run by a 50 bd blank Tenovus Cancer Care,which was for anyone 51 bd blank by cancer.I’ve 52 bd blank loved to sing,so I agreed,That decision really has changed my 53 bd blank .

We rehearse (排练) once a week and perform 54 bd blank to raise money.We sing inspiring songs like “You’ve Got a Friend” which really 55 bd blank all of us.

Spending time with the choir,I have not only made a whole new friendship circle,but I feel so 56 bd blank ,which has been fantastic for my 57 bd blank wellbeing.

I 58 bd blank money for the charity too,including travelling a long way to Machu Picchu,where I scattered (播撒) some of Ian’s ashes,I know Ian would 59 bd blank my decision to look after myself.

Living a good life,and finding ways to enjoy my retirement,is the best 60 bd blank I can offer him.

【语篇解读】本文是一篇记叙文。作者描述了自己在突然失去丈夫后的迷茫以及如何走出阴霾积极面对生活的心路历程。

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书面表达 本大题共40分。
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72.书面表达 (满分25分)

假设你是李华,你班同学在今天的英语课上就“高中生是否应该在学校使用智能手机”进行了课堂讨论,同学们的观点不一。请你根据下表内容,为本次课堂讨论结果撰写一篇英文报道稿,内容应该包括: 1.活动简介; 2.支持理由; 3.支持者理由; 4.你的观点。

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