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安 徽 六 校 教 育 研 究 会 2019 届 高 三 第 一 次 素 质 测 试英 语 试 题命 题 : 合 肥 一 六 八 中 学本 试 卷 由 四 个 部 分 组 成 。 其 中 , 第 一 、 二 部 分 和 第 三 部 分 的 第 一 节 为 选 择 题 。第 三 部 分 的 第 二 节 和 第 四 部 分 为 非 选 择 题 。 考 试 时 间 120分 钟 ,满 分 150分 。第 一 部 分 听 力 ( 共 两 节 , 满 分 30 分 )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 。1. How much will the man pay for the four tickets?A. 15 pounds. B. 30 pounds. C. 45 pounds.2. Why is the man late according to his words?A. He knocked down an old man.B. He sent an old man to a hospital.C. His bike was broken on the way.3. What’s the date today?A. 16th. B. 17th. C. 18th.4. Where does the conversation most probably take place?A. At a bookshop. B.At a bank. C.At a restaurant.
5. What is the woman’s attitude to the dishes?A. She thinks it is just so-so.B. She dislikes it.C. She likes it very much.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. What is James’hobby?A. Collecting match boxes.B. Collecting envelopes.C. Collecting coins.
7. How old was James when he got the match boxes as a gift from his father?A.16. B.15. C.14.听 第 7 段 材 料 , 回 答 第 8 至 10 题 。8. What is the job of the man?A. Aguide. B.An engineer. C.Ateacher.
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9. What is the man’s advantage in English?A. Speaking. B. Listening. C. Reading.10. How many English words has the man grasped according to himself?A. Almost 500. B.Almost 5,000. C.Almost 5,500.听 第 8 段 材 料 , 回 答 第 11 至 13 题 。11. What did Joe do last night?A. He saw a film.B. He worked for a design.C. He had a meeting.12. Why will Joe catch the first bus?A. Because he will meet an important customer.B. Because he will take part in an interview.C. Because he will be the first to arrive at the company.
13. What does the woman prepare for the man?A. Boiled eggs. B. Fried eggs. C. Cakes.听 第 9 段 材 料 , 回 答 第 14 至 16 题 。14. What does the man want to do?A. To exchange for some cash.B. To put aside some money.C. To lend some money.15. Which is better in cashing a traveler’s check according to the woman?A. Astocking center. B.Ahotel. C.Abank.16. Which of the following needn’t the man offer to the woman?A. Address. B. Passport number. C. ID card.听 第 10 段 材 料 , 回 答 第 17 至 20 题 。17. What is the age of Miss Bao?
A. In her 20s. B. In her 30s. C. In her 40s.18. How much can Miss Bao earn one month in her company?A. $1,450. B. $1,415. C. $1,410.19. Which is China’s largest C to C (customer to customer) website?A.Taobao.com. B.Sohu.com. C.Dangdang.com.20. What is the main idea of the passage?A. Buy it online, a whole new way of shopping!B. Buy it on TV, a whole new way of shopping!C. Buy it on a magazine, a whole new way of shopping!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 A、 B、 C 和 D 四 个 选 项 中 , 选 出 最 佳 选 项 。
AWhether you want to spend your new year in a nearby attraction or a distant one, there areplenty of wonderful places for you to lead in 2019.Nashville, Tennessee
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Music City knows how to throw a festive party at any time of year, but over New Year’s Eveyou can enjoy the annual Jack Daniel’s Music City Midnight concert, offering a free show to thepublic to count down to the new year as a music note drops. In Nashville, the average flight pricefor January has been under $300 and the average price for a hotel has been under $250.Laguna Beach, CaliforniaIf your ideal destination involves sand, surfing, diving or sailing, slip away to Laguna Beach.During New Year’s week you can make a bargain at high-end hotels. At Casa Laguna Hotel &Spa you can take advantage of charge-free beach chairs and breakfast as well as a heatedswimming pool. For a more cost-effective stay, consider checking into Laguna Beach Lodge.H onoluluNew Year’s Eve in Honolulu offers a winning combination of festive beachfront fireworksdisplays and family-friendly amusements. “There are multiple fun activities specially designed forfamilies with kids of all ages—that’s what makes it well-known,” says Carrie Peters, travel editor
at Hotwire.com. Hotel deal site goSeek.com shows rooms for under $200 per night for stays fromDec. 30 to Jan. 3, 2019.Portland, OregonFor an undisturbed New Year, consider Portland, for the simple reason that you can walkanywhere without being bothered. Plus, you can stay in five-star accommodations without gettingyour wallet flat. GoSeek.com currently shows nightly rates at the Heathman Hotel, afour-and-a-half-star hotel, at $162 for stays between Dec. 30 and Jan. 3, 2019.21. Which of the following is famous for music?A. Nashville. B. Laguna Beach. C. Honolulu. D. Portland.22. Laguna Beach is suitable for those _____.A. who are good at bargaining B. who are lacking in moneyC. who want to kill their time D. who are fond of water sports23. What does Honolulu specially offer this year?
A. Festival fireworks. B. Family-based activities.C. Special theme parks. D. Selected exhibitions.BAn Indian barber has come up with a novel technique to give people haircuts using just asmall comb and a burning candle instead of a pair of scissors. Just like any barber, DasharathKumar, 28, combs the hair and meticulously runs the flame of the candle on the ends, giving it aunique finish. The ‘cutting-edge’ technique has made him the most demanded barber in his smallvillage in Gulbarga in Karnataka in southern India.While Dasharath joined his family business when he was 15, the unique idea only clickedhim five years ago. He says: “Electricity cut was common in our village and we were used toworking in dark. But one evening while I was cutting the hair of a customer, power went off and Ihad to use the light from a candle to finish the haircut. But the flames of the candle that nightinspired me to think of using a new technique for trimming(修 剪 ) hair.”
“ I had bunch of regular customers so when I told them about the experiment, they happilysaid they trusted me and my skills and gave a nod for the new technique. Surprisingly, it came outvery well. Since then there was no looking back.”Started with only 20 pence, customers now happily pay him £1 for his novel way of haircut.One of his daring customers Yusuf Khan, who waited for nearly two hours for his turn, said:
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“Every barber gives a haircut using scissors but the fun of getting a haircut with a candle flame isunbeatable. Initially, I was not prepared for it but once I saw the magic of his hands, I never wentback to a regular barber.”24. The best title for the passage is probably _____.A. An amazing Indian barberB. Alatest cutting fashionC. Aregular barber’s futureD. What made a good barber25. The underlined word “meticulously” probably means _____.A. casually B. carefully C. freely D. randomly26. When was Dasharath inspired to trim hair with a burning candle?A. At the age of five.B. After his graduation.
C. After a power failure.D. When it’s getting dark.27. What can we conclude from the text?A. No customers want to be back to Dasharath’s salon.B. Dasharath charges more money than any other barber.C. Atraditional barber can’t make a living in the future.D. Many people are attracted by Dasharath’s technique.CParents of pupils at Greasley Beauvale primary school, in Newthorpe, Notts, are marked fromA to D based on their involvement with their children’s education. “The system is intended toimprove the children’s performance at school by encouraging their parents to attend events, suchas parents’evenings and plays, and help with learning at home.”It has been in place since 2011 and has become public knowledge these days thanks to a
report from Office for Standards in Education(Ofsted) earlier this month. “Children of parents ingroups Aand B make significantly better progress than those whose parents are in groups C and D,but that the system ensures less-engaged parents are productively supported by the school,” wroteSir Michael Wilshaw, head of Ofsted, assessing Nottinghamshire schools in his final annual report.Then how do parents feel about being graded? “It makes my day! Telling a parent what theinfluence their lack of engagement is having on the life chances of their child is not easy,” said PatWalker, 63, whose eight-year-old granddaughter attends the school.“It’s absolutely ridiculous. Those parents who work nine to five won’t have time to have asmuch input as, say, stay-at-home mums who have the time to contribute more and go to moreschool events,” said a mother-of-one.Another mother said: “I try not to take notice of it, but it really angers me that the teachersare just sitting in the room judging us all and giving us marks. It’s one thing when your child getsa bad grade, but now they openly embarrass us parents too. What on earth are teachers for? It is
their job, not ours!”28. The system mainly aims to _____.A. assess parents’involvement in educationB. improve students’performance at schoolC. get more parents to help build the school
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D. test the school’s unique teaching methods29. It can be inferred from the text that _____.A. the school has to report to Ofsted every yearB. the system has been adopted across the countryC. the public knew the system very well 11 years agoD. the system hasn’t become well-known until recently30. What does Pat Walker think of the system?A. Wasteful. B.Absurd. C. Helpful. D. Risky.31. What does the mother imply in the last paragraph?A. Teachers have no right to judge or mark anyone.B. Schools should have done it more professionally.C. The move is supposed to get improved in the future.D. The move has switched duty from teachers to parents.
D“All work and no play makes Jack a dull boy.” But now scientists
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