2020高考必看 河北衡水中学2020届高三摸底联考英语试题(全国卷

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第I卷(选择题共100分)

第一部分 听力(共两节,满分30分)(略)

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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Can you resist cream cakes? I miss my sugar! I’ve decided to lose weight and I had to give up cakes. It’s difficult because I have a sweet tooth and I love cream cakes.

Not having treats can be good for your health. I’ve heard that the Burts, a family of five in South East England,lived sugar free for a whole year after they found out their daughter had diabetes (糖尿 病).It wasn’t easy. To avoid temptation, I don’t go to any bakeries, but this family actually owns one, which makes up to 3 ,000 cakes a week.

They were in shock when the doctor said that their 16-year-old Lucy had to check her blood sugar levels regularly and take insulin (胰岛素). He advised her to eat a normal,balanced diet,but the Burts went further and got rid of sugar altogether.

And how does it feel to live without sugar for a while? Jason Burt said that for a month they felt weak. But later on it all changed. He says he feels “more awake” and full of energy.

And what about the Burt family business? It had to keep using half a ton of sugar a week and any cook worth his salt knows that you have to taste a recipe to know if it’s right. No problem there,says Jason Burt’s wife, Clare. She points out that she’s got lots of people offering to taste the cakes for them. The family is also thinking about selling more delicious products.

I wonder what makes us have a strong desire for sweet food. Anyway, I’ve decided to forget about the sweet taste of sugar for a while. As British model Kate Moss says:“Nothing tastes as good as skinny feels.”

21.From the passage, what do we know about the author?

A. The author runs a bakery.

B. The author hates sweet taste.

C. The author is on a diet.

D. The author’s daughter had diabetes.

22.What did the Burts do after hearing the doctor’s advice?

A.They were shocked.

B. They went too far about it.

C.They used half a ton of sugar a week.

D. They avoided sugar completely.

23.From the passage we can learn it is necessary for a cook.

A.to make up to 3 ,000 cakes a week

B.to taste a recipe to know if it’s right

C.to get lots of people offering to taste the cakes

D.to selling more delicious products

24.What does the sentence by Kate Moss mean?

A.It is worthwhile to resist food to look skinny.

B.There is nothing tasting as good as sweets.

C.Nothing tastes good when the skin feels terrible.

D.Nobody can resist the desire for sweets.

B

Parents will do anything for their children. Whether it would be the food, clothes, or the place they live in,parents will always make sure their children have the best of everything. One of the big-gest concerns that parents currently have is educating their children. They are faced with lots of diffi-culties when it comes to education for their young ones. Choices include private school, charter school,public school or home schooling.

Fortunately for parents,there are a variety of different strategies that they can take in order to in-crease their child’s overall intelligence. According to Ross A. Thompson, PhD, professor of psychol-ogy at the University of California at Davis, a child’s brain will actually reach 90% of its full size by the time they start kindergarten.

Researchers at Northwestern University in Chicago concluded that playing a musical instrument directly affected the brain stem, the lower section of the brain. Moreover, children that learn an in-strument at an early age tend to continue it when they are older. And numerous studies show that a well balanced meal is essential for a child’s mental as well as physical health. Some other researchers recommended that a second language should be taught when children are in preschool. They state that three to four years of age is the perfect time and that any age under four would work perfectly fine for a child’s brain development.

The average child will learn how to read between kindergarten and second grade. Many parents can give their children a jump start by teaching them to read before they start school. Children could have an adequate background of the alphabet and sounds of words before attending school. This can be done by simply reading to them whenever you want. The more comfortable they get,the easier the process will be.

25.From the first paragraph, we can infer that.

A.parents find it hard to satisfy their kids’ various demands

B.parents meet a new challenge when raising their kids

C.parents have more choices in offering education to their kids

D.parents get actively involved in the process of their kids’ growth

26.What suggestion may the researchers in the passage make?

A.To train kids as early as possible.

B.To try as many means as possible.

C.To help kids develop as fully as possible.

D.To use as many available resources as possible.

27.What does the third paragraph mainly discuss about?

A.The proper time to teach children to learn languages.

B.The effective ways to help develop children’s brains.

C.The vital factors to have a great effect on children's health.

D.The practical steps to arouse children’s interest in study.

28.We can replace the words “jump start” in the last paragraph with.

A.inspiration B. introduction

C. suggestion D. promotion

C

One of the greatest gifts one generation can give to other generations is the wisdom it has gained from experience. This idea has inspired the award-winning photographer Andrew Zuckerman. He interviewed and took photos of fifty over-sixty-five-year-olds all over the world. His project explores various aspects of their lives. The photos and interviews are now available on our website.

Click on the introductions to read the complete interviews.

Let us now have a culture of peace.

一Federico Mayor Zaragoza, Spain

Federico Mayor Zaragoza obtained a doctorate in pharmacy (药学)from the Complutense Uni- versity of Madrid in 1958. After many years spent in politics, he became Director-General of UNESCO in 1987. In 1999,he created the Foundation for a Culture of Peace, of which he is now the president. In addition to many scientific publications, he has published four collections of poems and several books of essays.

Writing is a discovery.

一Nadine Gordimer,South Africa

Due to a weak heart, Nadine Gordimer attended school and university briefly. She read widely and began writing at an early age. She published her first short story at the age of fifteen, and has completed a large number of works,which have been translated into forty languages.In 1991Gordimer won the Nobel Prize for Literature.

Jazz is about the only form of art today.

—Dave Brubeck, USA

Dave Brubeck studied music at the University of the Pacific and graduated in 1942. After World War Two he was encouraged to play jazz. In 1951,he recorded his first album (专辑).Brubeck’s 1959 album has become a jazz standard.He received a Grammy Lifetime Achievement Award in 1996.

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29.Why did Andrew Zuckerman choose the fifty elders for his project?

A.Because their accomplishments inspired him.

B.Because they are physically impressive.

C.Because their wisdom deserves to be passed on.

D.Beca

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use they have similar experiences.

30.According to the web page, Federico Mayor Zaragoza.

A.has won many awards for his work in politics

B.has served as the president of a university

C.has devoted all his life to the field of science

D.has made achievements in different areas

31.Who most probably said “My education has been the library and books” in the interview when re-flecting on his/her experience?

A. Andrew Zuckerman. B. Federico Mayor Zaragoza.

C.Nadine Gordimer. D. Dave Brubeck.

32.What is the main purpose of this web page?

A.To publicize Zuckerman’s project.

B.To show Zuckerman’s awards.

C.To spread the wisdom of the three people.

D.To celebrate the achievements of the three people.

D

As early as the mid-18th century, some people began raising doubts about Marco Polo’s travels. In 1995,historian Frances Wood argued in her book Did Marco Polo Go to China ? that the famous explorer from Venice never made it to pass the Black Sea. She noted that his travel journal left out the Great Wall of China,chopsticks and tea drinking among other details.Furthermore, Chinese documents from Polo’s day made no mention of the explorer and his men. Last year, a team of Italian researchers became the latest to challenge Polo’s accounts. They said that evidence didn’t support his description of Kublai Khan’s Japanese invasions (侵略).

Now, however, research by Hans Ulrich Vogel of Germany’s Tubingen University might help prove Marco Polo was true. In a new book Marco Polo Was in China,the professor of Chinese history tries to prove that Marco Polo spoke the truth. He suggests, for example, that Polo didn’t include the Great Wall in his book because it only achieved its great importance in the Ming Dynasty several hun-dred years later. Vogel further explains that Chinese records from the 13th and 14th centuries avoided setting down visits from Westerners.

Historians before him have touched on these issues. But Vogel also relies on another evidence:the explorer’s very detailed descriptions of currency and salt production in the Yuan Dynasty. Accord-ing to Vogel, Polo documented these aspects of Mongol Chinese culture in greater detail than any oth-er of his time. This is a hint that Polo relied on his own powers of observation.

Will we ever know whether Marco Polo traveled to China? Perhaps not, but the consequences of his real or fictional journey are still felt across the globe. One reader of The travels of Marco Polo was Christopher Columbus,who stepped upon the New World while following his idol’s footsteps.

33.France Wood doubted Marco Polo’s travel’s to China because his description .

A.missed some important culture of China

B. covered so much about traders’ life

C.was full of obvious mistakes

D. seemed less detailed

34.Vogel’s trust on Marco Polo is based on the argument that.

a.The Great Wall didn’ t gain its importance then

b.Records in the Yuan Dynasty mentioned Polo

c.Polo mentioned the currency and salt

d.Polo’s other works are believable

e.Polo recorded what he saw in great detail

A. a, b, d

B. a, c, d

C. a, e

D.b,c

35.Which of the following shows the structure of the text?

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。

Things You Should Stop Doing to Be Successful

Are you a happy person? How often do you think of reasons why everyone around you is success-ful though they are not better than you in general? What do you do wrong? Here are some things you should stop doing to be successful.

1. 36

Different people may interpret “success” in different ways: some of them measure it in money, other ones — in positive changes to people around them and the world in general. 37 Don’t wor-ry about what other people think but come after what makes you happy.

2.Do not believe anything without questioning it.

38 They are critical thinkers, and they understand that we all are ruled by our prejudices, so they will always question new information.

3.Do not worry about all unpredictable things that may happen to you.

If you want to be successful,stop thinking about everything that MAY happen to you. 39 Be ready to improve and change your deeds and decisions when things suddenly don’t go according to your plan.

4.Do not care about what other people think of you.

40 Your attempts to become “good” for everyone will turn into nothing but new worries, stresses, and problems. Successful people do not concentrate on the quantity of people to please, but worry about their quality and focus on developing friendships with people they really care about.

A.Do not wait for the “right time” to do anything.

B.Do not let others decide what “success” is for you.

C.Successful people do not just accept any new information to be true.

D.As far as we all know, it’s impossible to please all the people who surround us.

E.Try to feel comfortable with the reality and accept the fact your future can’t be predicted.

F.If you want to be successful, do not let others force their interpretation of success on you.

G.Successful people never ignore or avoid problems,no matter how big and awful they seem.

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)

I was in the fifth grade when I first dipped my fingers into the endless ocean of expression and allowed my hands to grow a(n) 41 .

I remember my hands being sweaty as I wandered 42 into her classroom. From comer to corner,the 43 were decorated with clippings (剪报)and posters 44 Deafness and American Sign Language. Pictures of 45 hands hung from the bulletin boards (宣传牌).

Once the rest of my classmates 46 in their seats, she began. She did not speak. Her hands 47 about gracefully as she signed, “Hello. My name Ms. Lewison. Your name what?” These signs did not 48 until later that week,but still I sat upright at my desk,trying to figure them out. My entire first impression of her was “ 49 ”.

As months passed, my class transformed to an unusually large family. Ms. Lewison was like our 50 . When we were feeling troubled,we just let our 51 do the talking. The lesson became less about following the lesson itself and more about 52 .

Ms. Lewison performed a tough task. She 53 replaced all the ignorance in me with 54 Then she opened my 55 and opened it even wider. She would find time to turn me into a 56 signer. She taught me that there are no limits and my abilities are 57 .

Today my fingers have learned to 58 . Ms. Lewison pushed me 59 into the ocean of Deaf Culture and I have become a strong swimmer in perse 60 .

第2卷(非选择题共50分)

第二节(共10小题;每小题1.5分,满分15分)

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关于高三同窗来讲,行将到来的英语期中测验考试是一次十分重要的练兵时机,不只能够查验半个学期来根本常识和技艺的把握,还有助于审阅本人的进修方法,进一步开掘需求加强和改良的地方。那末,应怎样备考?测验考试进程中应留意哪些答题本领?考后应怎样稳固?

主动备考

期中测验考试是综合性测验考试,题型大致靠近高考。因而,备考进程中要充沛了解本人,哪些题型是本人的弱项,从而实时实行补缺。就题型而言,听力会占整张考卷的五分之一,完型填空、浏览了解约占三分之一,6句中译英简直必不成少。别的,写作或许也要调查。能够看出,听力、浏览和写话占有了整张试卷的泰半。

因而,假如把少量时光投入到语法锻炼中,备考则会偏离轨道。相反,须要的听能锻炼、少量的浏览锻炼和过量的写话锻炼才是备考的重点。

就听力而言,最好找一些难度略低于高考的操练实行针对的锻炼,如能保持每两天听一套则更佳。浏览锻炼中要留意浏览的速率和服从,要为本人规定好时光。浏览时要有“陈迹”,即顺手圈划出重点辞汇和句子,还有标题标谜底地点。浏览中要欺压本人去猜想词义,去了解长句,去把握通篇文章的意义,去了解作者的写作企图和所持观念。

总之,在浏览锻炼中,对本人请求要高,不克不及拘泥于只做挑选题。

对新授课文的复习要把握重点辞汇和构造,这或许对中译英有帮助。别的,只管把高二以来(包含高二)一切中译英实行复习,一方面临旧常识实行了复习,另一方面有助于了解本人写句时最容易犯的毛病,如主谓分歧、漏译、标点脱漏、单词拼写等,以提示本人在期中测验考试中留意逃避。至于写作,建议多读些范文,了解高考作文的根本框架和请求。写作的工夫在往常,不克不及一挥而就。但因为测验考试时没有条件打草稿,考前有须要实行一些思想锻炼。要有目标地积聚一些词组、句型,以便在写作中加以使用。

固然,须要的语法复习也是不容忽视的。语法复习要重视语法的根本概念和根本范围,要留意本人平常易错的语法点,也要实行须要的操练。

迷信答题

答题的进程也是一个公道分派时光的进程。一般而言,答题应按照试题的挨次实行,不成实行腾跃。有些芊芊学子或许已养成了先做翻译或写作的习性,然后再转头做语法辞汇,这个习性要在此次测验考试中予以改正。在答题进程中,有经验的芊芊学子常常以7.5分钟为时光单元,即语法题7.5分钟,辞汇题7.5分钟,浏览了解均匀7.5分钟完成一篇,中译英一个半7.5分钟,写作约3个7.5分钟。同窗们无妨在锻炼中实行测验测验考试。

英语测验考试以听力开端,因而,进入“形态”要越早越好。听小对话时,假如上一个对话没有听分明,万万不要再去回想,不然会影响听后面的内容。听力的语篇读两遍,假如第一遍听完发明没有听懂,万万不要焦急,要立刻调解好心态,勤奋去听第二遍。

在答题进程中,不成随便 “跳题”,即较难的标题先不作解答而持续往下做,这有或许会招致填涂答题卡时呈现不用要的毛病。不要期望完成整张试卷后再来实行全卷反省,只管做到完成一大题后实时实行反省。假如时光富余,应偏重反省:

1)听力的填词局部,出格留意大小写和语法;

2)浏览了解(每小题分值为2分),出格是本人把握不大的标题;

3)中译英,出格是大小写、有没有漏译、主谓分歧、动词方式,等。

实时深思

考完试,成就发表,要听好教师的试卷讲评课,要弄懂每一道标题。同时,要实时实行深思,看本人在哪些方面有了提高,哪些方面尚存在较多麻烦。深思进程中要得出结论,了解哪些麻烦属于常识把握得不敷,哪些麻烦和习性有关,哪些麻烦触及答题本领。这么,测验考试真正成为一次练兵的时机,一次自我诊断的时机。要采用这么的时机订定下一步进修和复习的方案,真正做到知己知彼,对症下药。

测验考试后还要实时做好错题的收拾整顿和归类,要收拾整顿考卷中重要的言语点,摘录值得朗读的句子和构造。若有作文,还能够实行重写,并听取教师的定见。

衷心希望同窗们在期中测验考试中发挥出程度,打好高三第一仗,并让期中测验考试成为一个新的终点!

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