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高考资源网(ks5u.com) 您身边的高考专家www.ks5u.com河南省实验中学2019届高三质量预测模拟三科目:英语 满分:150分 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.Where does the conversation probably take place?A. At a restatinant. B. In a shop. C. In a hotel2.What's Mary’s plan for the weekend?A. Watching a new movie. B. Going over her lessons. C. Doing some housework.3. What's the time now?A. 10:15. B. 10:05. C.9:55.4.When did the man make the same call?A. This morning. B. Yesterday morning. C. Last night,5. Which subject is the man sure that he failed?A, Frencli. B. History. C. Chinese.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趣,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.Which flight does the woman's cousin take?A. Flight MU202. B. Flight MU212. C. Flight MU220.7.How does the woman describe her cousin?A. A man of medium (中等)height and heavy weight.B. A man of above-average height and average weight.C. A man with short hair and a beard.请听第7段材料,回答第8至9题。8. Why does the woman come to Boston? A. To take some courses. B. To have a holiday. C. To have a business trip.9. What do we know about the woman? A. She has been (0 Boston before.B. She will stay in Atlanta for three months.C.She has run out of her money.请听第8段材料,回答第10至12题。10.What does the first apartment have?A.A bedroom, a. dining room, a kitchen and a bathroom.B.A bedroom, a living room, a bathroom and a study.C.A bedroom, 3 living room, a kitchen and a bathroom.11. Where as the second apartment located?A.On Tongchuan Road B. Beside Meiohuan Park. C. Near Yunan Road.12.What does the woman think of the owner of the second apartment?A.Stubborn. B. Mean. C. Easy-goiig.请听第9段材料,回答第13至16题。13.What does the woman say about foreigners?A. They usually don't have much time at night.B.They like mahjong as much as their old card games.C. They are still very poor al playing mahjong,14.What was the man crazy about? A. Stamp collecting mi reading,B. Driving and riding bicycles.C. Playing computer gamestand surfing,15. How does the woman feel about the man3 hobbies?A. Popular. B. Boring. C. Beneficial.16. Where is the worn am right now?A.In her office. B. In her house. C.At the restaurant.请听第10段材料,回答第17至20题。17.What made I loudini's career take off?A. Magical escapes. B.Theater acting. C.Traditional magic.18. Where did Haudini first Introduce his escape?A. In New York. B.In StLouis. C. In England.19. What do m know about Hoiidini's second escape mentioned in the text?A. He was put under water, upside down and locked.B. He freed himself and escaped from the milk can.C. His arms were fastened(捆)by b pierce of siring.20. When did Houdini make an elephant disappear from stage?A. In 1908. B. In 1913. C. In 1918.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、D四个选项中,选出最佳选项。A As one of our talented remote editors, you'll have the ability to work from home while choosing the types of tasks that Interest you. You will receive free training through online talks and our company newsletters. You will have job security and be paid on time. Working with Scribendi INc. requires a middlle levd of computer and Internet knowledge. You need to be good at downloading and uploading files, attaching files to emails, saving and finding files on your computer, transferring files and renaming files.You should have a good working knowledge of the major document file formats and their associated software programs. Standard qualifications:Editor:·A university degree in a related field·At least three years of experience in editing, writing, document producfion3 or language Aching· A native speaker of the English language·Excellent reading comprehension skills and the ability to follow written instructions and work independently ·An average editing or proofreading(校对)speed of 1,000-1,500 words per hour ·Microsoft Word 2010 or later on a secure PC (not Mac) computer ·Broadband/high-specd Internet access·The ability to accept payments in your own account in US dollars using PayPal; please review PayPal's international payment network for more details.Preferred qualifications: ?A post-graduate degree in a related field ·Access to additional word processing/document production software (e.g, Star/Open Office. Word Perfect, Open Office, LaTeX, Acrobat, Final Publisher.PageMaker)·ln-depth knowledge of one or more style guides (e.g, Chicago Manual of Style, Turabian,APA) Please note that appplimations for this position are NOT accepted by email. Pleass do not call or email for more information about a position or to discuss an application. Please note that only applicants seiected for evaiuation will be contacted. Please visit http://www.scribendi.com/apply for application. Be careful about meeting deadlines.21. The remote editor .A.will study the knowledge of type setting B.will receive training that needs to by paid for C.will accept his payments by using PayPalD.can rest on weekends md have good pay22. Who will probably be one of the remote editors?A. All American with a university degree, who worked 3 years for a newspaper.B. A Chinese, with a university,wbo worked 5 years for a translation―comply.C. An English wish a high school degree, who worked 3 years for a newspaper.D. A Frenchman with a university degree, who has a high level of computer knowledge,23. Which of the following is TRUE?A. Those applying for the job will be given a job interview.B. One can apply for the job throughout the yearC. Communication is very important for one to get the job.D. One can apply for the job through the website,B It's a little hard to figure out the rules for suie8 but the baby African buffalo (水牛)seems lo have the upper hand. The two stand a couple feet apart,, staring at each other. Behind them, their mothers look on with the kind of indifference (不关心)of mothers everywhere who see their kids playing a harmless game. The alarm went off about half an hour ago, the second time tonight. Here,one bell means "elphant ",two "rhino"(犀牛),and three and four,I really can't remember for what,because when you' re awoken by bells in the middle of the night,your first thought won’t be Animall", But as soon as I realized it was the rhino alarm, I was running for the stairs. Yet I'm the only one watching the animals stare-down. Either nobody else died of a heart attack when the bells went off, or 1 was the only one in the entire hotel who didn't turn the alarm switch to off before going to bed. The Ark, a hotel shaped like the biblical ark(圣经的方舟), lies in the highlands of Kenya1 s Aberdare National. Park, about 100 kilometers north of Nairobi. At the Ark's prow (船首) are huge windows overlooking a waterhole. Earlier tonight,I'd watched a pack of wolves, buffalos and elephants. And now, at Three or so in the mornings I'm down for the round of rhino bells. The first time, 2.5 hours ago, if was a single black rhino, which came down, got a drink, and lrft. I'd have been sorry for the lost sleep. I've already arranged with a guide to take me out at sunrise for the so-called "should-never-missed" bird-watching, where well gel to see 30 species, but really, how many times in your life will you get to wake up and say,"Wow! Rhinor? Isn't that the definitian of a pretty good right? Last week we went from Uganda into Kenya,Before I left home, I thought I'd be happy with ten elephants and five or six giraffes on the whole trip.I didn't dare to dream the rhinor.24. The message that the hotel's bells sent was .A.a very wise way the author had never heard ofB.hard for the author to remember in detailC.a matter that all visitors had got used to D.like conditioned response training for animals25.What's the author's attitude toward the bell?A. It's bothering but two bells are welcome.B. should be turned off whenever it rings,C. It visitors have a chance to see buffalos.D. It Is a very bad way to wake the guests up.26. What does the underlined part “died of a heart atttack" in paragraph 3 mean ?A. died unexpectedly B. felt extremely excitedC. felt very uncomfortable and tiredD. suffered from a terrible heart attack27.What did the author see at about 3:00 a.m.? A.Two buffalos we me fighting fiercely for food,B.A rhino and a buffalo were fighting for water.C.A rhino and a buffalo were staring at each other.D. A buffalo was teaching its baby to walk freely.C Don't get mad the next time you catch your teenager texting when he promised to be studying. He simpty may not be able to resist. A University of lowa(UI) study found teenagers are far more sensitive than adults to the immediate effect or reward of their behaviors. The findings may help explain why the initial rush of texting may be more attractive for adolescents than the long-term pay off of studying. "For the teenager, 'the rewands are attractive." says Professor Jatin Vaidya,an author of the study. "They draw adolescent. Sometimes, the rewards are a kind of motivation for them. Even when a behavior is no longer in a teenager's best Interest to continue, they will, because the effect of the reward is still there and lasts much longer in adolescents than in adults ." For parents,that means limiting distraction (分心的事情) so teenagers can make better chokes. Take the homework and social media dilemma: At 9 p.m., shut off everything except a computer that has no access to Facehook or Twitter, the researchers advise. "I'm not saying they shouldn't be allowed access to technology," Vaidya says. But some help in netting their concentration is necessary for them so they can develop those impulse-control skills.” In their study,Vaidya and co-author Shaun Vecera note researchers generally believe teenagers are impulsive(冲动的),make bad decisions,and engage in risky behavior because the frontal lobes(额叶)of their trains are not fully dweloped. But the UI researchers wondered. whether something more fundamental was going on with adolescents to cause behaviors independent of higher-level reasoning. "We wanted to try to understand the brain's reward system How it change from chilhood to adulthood," Says Vaidya, who adds the reward character in the human brain is easier than decision-making. “We've been tring to understand the reward process in adolescence and Whether there is more to adolescence hehavior than an under-developed frontal lobe,”he adds.For their study ,the researchers persuaded 40 adolescents,aged 13 and 16,and 40 adults,aged 20 and 35 to particpate. In the future,researchers hope to look into the psychological and neurological(神经学上的)aspects of their results.28.What does the passage mainly tell us?A.The initial rush of texting is less attractive for adolescents than the long-term pay off of studying.B.Always, rewards are attractive to teenagers. C. Resistance can be controlled well by adolescents.D.Getting rewards is the greatest motivation for adolescents to study.29. Which statement grees with VaEdya's idea?A. The influence of the reward is weak In adolescents-B. Parents should help children in making decisions.C. Children should have access to the Internet.D. Children need help in refocusing their attention.30. What result does teenagers' brain underdevelopment Iead to?A.Doing things after some thought. B.Making good decisions.C.Joining in dangerous actions. D.Escaping risky behavior.31. How did the researchers carry out their study?A.By making a comparison of brain examinations. B. By examining adults1 brain.C. By examining ietjnage^ braini. D. By building the train’s reward system.D Traditional Chinese medicine (TCM) is gaining global popularity. According to a government white paper, TCM has been introduced in 183 countries and regions around the world. Westerners' understanding of TCM, however, may be limited to acupundure,cupping and massage (针灸,拔罐和按摩). For instance, the purple, injury-like marks left on US.swimmer Michael Phelps' back from cupping for the purpose of relaxing his muscles and reducing pain became the center of attention during the Rio Olympics in 2016. As a matter of fact, Chinese herbs play a more important role in getting rid of diseases and keeping the body in good condition in the TCM treatment system than physical treatment.It is therefore disheartening to know that-while 103 World Health Organization member countries have given approval to the practice of acupuncture,not many recognize Chinese herbal medicine TCM falls far behind Western medicine owing parity to the slow development of Chinese herbs. Herbs, are made into pills,powder and soup, and the kind of herbs uscd1 their quality and quantity, and the processing of the ingredients jointly determine the effectiveness of the prescription. Compared with Western medicine, which has standardized drug production processes and treatment methods, TCM lacks standardization, with the chemical composition and functions of its medicines being unclear and their effects being unstable. Fortunately,standardization has improved in recent decades, with an increasing number of factories producing patented TCM drugs. Another factor that has prevented the development of TCM prescription drugs is the lack of creativity, While Western medicine-making companies come up with new products every year, TCM drug producers tend to make medicines according to prescriptions handed down from the past. Chinese chemist Tu Youyour's winning the 2015 Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine for her rescearch into malaria(疟疾)treatment may drive creativity to some extent in China's TCM industry. However, the current state of affairs cannot be changed within a short time.32.The author mentions the example of Michael Phelps in order to show .A. he was injured in his swimming.B. cupping is a kind of important TCM treatment.C. westerners know little about TCM.D. westerners attach great importance to TCM.33. Why don't some member countries of WIIO recognize Chinese herbal medicine? A. Because Chinese herbs can get rid of diseasesB. Because they only approve the practice of acupunctureC. Because western medicine 15 more effectiveD. Because medicine made out or Chinese herbs develops slowly34. Compared with Western medicine,what is the main weak point of TCM ?A. The methods of processing herbs.B.The effediveness of prescription.C.Lacking in standardization.D.Its unstable functions. 35.The lack of creativity in TCM refers to the fact that .A.medidne-making companies lack creativi
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