四川省龙泉中学、温江中学、新津中学等五校2017-2018学年高三上学期第一次联考英语试题 Word版含答案

成都市“五校联考”2017-2018学年第五学期九月考试题

英 语 (全卷满分:150分 完成时间:120分钟)

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.When is Bob’s birthday? A.January 14.

B.January 5.

C.January 23.

2.Why doesn’t the man eat his cake? A.He wants to save it. B.He has a toothache.

C.He has trouble opening his mouth. 3.What does the man mean?

A.He agrees to give a talk on any subject. B.He agrees to give a talk on England. C.He refuses to give a talk.

4.What do we learn from the conversation? A.They are talking about nice children. B.The man has a house for sale.

C.The man has a three-bedroom house for the children. 5.Who spoke to Helen? A.Her teacher.

B.Her husband.

C.Her Boss.

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,各个小题将给出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至7题。

6.Which of the following is the bad result of using computers? A.More people will lose their jobs.

B.More people will write articles for newspapers and magazines at their homes. C.People will become much lazier than before.

7.What does the man think we should do in order not to fall behind?

A.He thinks we should make more money. B.He thinks we should run faster. C.He thinks we should learn more. 听第7段材料,回答第8至10题。 8.Where is the manager now?

A.He is in the shop serving the woman. B.He has gone to have lunch. C.He is on the way home.

9.When did the woman bring the watch in? A.3 days ago.

B.A moment ago.

C.One week ago.

10.Why was the receipt still there when the woman came back? A.She thought she didn’t need it. B.The manager didn’t give it to her. C.She dropped it when she left. 听第8段材料,回答第11至14题。

11.What is the probable relationship between the two speakers? A.Brother and sister. B.Friends.

C.Teacher and student.

12.Where is the Chinese restaurant? A.In King Street. B.In Queen Street.

C.In Green Street.

13.Who didn’t know where the restaurant was? A.David.

B.Lucy.

C.David and Lucy.

14.What time were they to meet at the restaurant? A.At 8:30.

B.At 7:30.

C.At 6:30.

听第9段材料,回答第15至16题。

15.Where did the conversation take place? A.In Italy.

B.At the couple’s home..

16.What was the best part of his trip? A.Meeting with his relatives in Italy. B.Speaking Italian with his relatives. C.Being with his grandmother. 听第10段材料,回答第17至20题。

C.At the airport.

17.When was the football game shown on TV? A.Last Sunday.

B.Last Saturday.

C.Last Friday.

18.Who played in the football game? A.Austrian team and Spanish team. B.Spanish team and Australian team. C.German team and Austrian team. 19.Why was the man’s wife cheering? A.Because she was excited by the game. B.Because her team won the game.

C.Because the game would come to an end very soon. 20.What can we learn from the story?

A.Both the man and his wife were football fans. B.Neither the man nor his wife liked the game. C.The man’s wife didn’t like any football games.

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)

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Denali National Park,Alaska

History

Within Denali National Park,The Toklat River will always have a special significance ,as it was the location where naturalist Charles Sheldon built a cabin and was so moved that he fought to preserve the land. He moved back east and spent nine years lobbying (游说) to create Alaska’s first national park. When to Visit

To avoid the crowds, visit in June, but keep in mind that there are up to 21 hours of sunlight in Alaska in summer. If it seems like a bit much for your taste, try visiting in late August or September.

If you visit to climb Mount McKinley, May and early June are the best times to climb. Major Attractions

It is difficult not to see Denali’s largest attraction towering 20,320 feet high. Mount McKinley can even be seen up to 70 miles away on a clear day. If you brave the climb to the top, you will be rewarded with charming views of the Alaska Range. Sable Pass is a prime spot to view grizzly bears. Closed to off-road foot traffic,

the area is popular for bears feeding on berries, roots, and even occasionally on other mammals.

Beginning at just below the summit of Mount McKinley, Muldrow Glacier flows 35 miles through a gorge and across the tundra. Twice in the last hundred years, the Muldrow has surged (涌动), most recently in the winter of 1956-1957. Accommodation

Five campgrounds are located within the park, and many are open from late spring to early fall.Note: reservations are strongly recommended during summer. Riley Creek campground is open all year round, and all but two (Sanctuary and Wonder Lake) offer RV(可供居住的大篷车) sites.

Also within the park are a few lodges (旅馆)—North Face Lodge, Denali Backcountry Lodge and Kentishna Roadhouse.

21.Charles Sheladon spent nine years lobbying to create Alaska’s first national park in order to_____.

A.provide a place for people to enjoy nature B.obtain some benefits

C.protect the natural landscape D.make good use of the land

22.What can you see in the park, according to the passage? ①Mount McKinley ②bears

③various mammals ④Sable Pass ⑤Toklat River ⑥Muldrow Glacier

A.①②③④⑤⑥ B.①②③④⑥

C.①②③⑤⑥

D.①②④⑤⑥

23.Which of the following offers RV sites? A.Riley Creek campground. B.Wonder Lake campground. C.North Face Lodge. D.Kentishna Roadhouse.

B

On my walk home one night, I saw a man lying on the ground. One or two people noticed him, but walked on by. I decided to stop and check if he was OK. When I spoke to him,

he said some words I couldn’t make out. From his breath it was obvious he was drunk. I tried to speak to him until I got his name — Carlton. I asked him where he lived, and he told me a number and a road name that I recognized. It was only a ten-minute walk from here.

Part of me wanted to help, but there was also fear arising. He was much bigger than me, six feet three inches or so. In the end I decided to go for it and help him walk home. I got him to his feet, he held onto my shoulders and arm, and we walked slowly to his home. The walk took about forty minutes instead of the usual 10. Every few steps he stopped to pull his trousers back up because he didn’t have a belt. Throughout the walk, I felt a constant anxiety.

Halfway to his home , he stopped, took out his phone from his pocket and then handed it to me. I asked him why he was doing that, and he said, “To test your loyalty.” That moment struck me. All this time I was worried about what he might do to me. And it meant I didn’t have the ability to empathize (感同身受) with what he was feeling. He was probably feeling the same anxiety. So when he handed me his phone, as a sign of trust, I felt touched and honored at this act of courage. We walked the rest of the way to his home. When we got close, before I got to see the door number, I noticed he recognized his home. When we walked up, sure enough, it was the door number he had told me. I felt a sense of relief. I handed him back his phone, he thanked me and I made my way home, now with a lesson in empathy.

24.How was the author likely to be feeling before helping the man? A.Curious.

B.Hesitant.

C.Moved.

D.Excited.

25.Why did it take the author and the man forty minutes to complete the ten-minute walk?

A.They were having an interesting conversation. B.The man was attempting to waste time. C.The man kept stopping every few steps.

D.The author was too weak to support the big man. 26.Why did the man hand his phone to the author? A.He wanted to show his wealth.

B.He wanted the author to help him hold his phone. C.He wanted to express his gratitude to the author. D.He hoped that they could both trust each other.

27.The author created the characters by describing their




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