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  荆、荆、襄、宜四地七校考试联盟
2017届高三2月联考
第 I 卷
第一部分:听力(共两节,满分30分)
做题时,先将答案划在试卷上。录音内容结束后,你将有两分钟的时间将试卷上的答案转涂到答题卡上。
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。例:How much is the shirt?
A. £19.15B. £9.18					 C. £9.15 
答案是C
1 Where will the woman go first?
A. To a bookstore. B. To the library.            C. To the school.
2 When is the game due to finish?
A. At 3:20.                    B. At 3:40.                 C. At 4:00.
3 What will the boy do next weekend?
A. Visit his grandma.
B. Stay at home with his friend.
C. Have dinner with his aunt’s family.
4 Why hasn’t the man got the letter?
A. He forgot about it.
B. He has been too busy.
C. He couldn’t find the post office.
5 What are the speakers talking about?
A. A desk.                     B. A colleague.            C. Piles of paper.
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 relation is the woman to Dr. Smith?
A. His wife. B. His neighbor.             C. His assistant.
7 What will the man do next?
A. Meet Dr. Smith.            B. Wait in the waiting room.    C. Go to a bar.
听第 7 段材料,回答第 8、9 题。
8 How does the woman feel about her presentation?
A. Confident. B. Unsure.                  C. Terrified.
9 When will the conference be held?
A. This Thursday.             B. This Friday.               C. Next Monday.
听第 8 段材料,回答第 10 至 12 题。
10 Where are the speakers?
A. At an airport. B. In a hotel.                C. In a restaurant.
11 Why do the speakers decide to go to the coffee stand?
A. To have a rest.             B. To get the luggage.         C. To avoid the crowd.
12 Why does the man want to pay for the coffee?
A. To show his generosity.
B. To repay the woman’s treat.
C. To thank the woman for her help.
听第 9 段材料,回答第 13 至 16 题。
13 Who is the man probably?
A. A house owner.             B. A house buyer.            C. A housing agent.
14 How much will one room cost in total?
A. $700.                     B. $730.                    C. $1,000.
15 What attracts the woman most about the house?
A. The price.                 B. The position.              C. The heating system.
16 What can people do in the house?
A. Do some indoor sports.
B. Enjoy an open fire in winter.
C. Have a good view of the garden.
听第 10 段材料,回答第 17 至 20 题。
17 What is the speaker trying to do?
A. Give advice on the school cafeteria.
B. Introduce the school cafeteria.
C. Advertise the school cafeteria.
18 What does the speaker think of the menu?
A. It’s healthy.                 B. It’s dull.                C. It’s special.
19 Why don’t some students eat in the cafeteria?
A. The food is tasteless.
B. The kitchen is untidy.
C. The prices are unreasonable.
20 What does the speaker say about the cafeteria?
A. The staff there are friendly.
B. It’s made a few changes to the menu.
C. Students have to wait there for a seat.


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,从每题所给的四个选项(A、B、C和D)中 ,选出最佳选项,并在答题卡上将该项涂黑。 
Are you Looking for a museum off the beaten path? Try these places. 
Bata Shoe Museum 
The Bata Shoe Museum opened in 1995 on the premise(前提) that “footwear is a source of delight and reflection of human history”. The space was designed by Raymond Moriyama. Permanent collection includes 12000 pairs of shoes and artifacts. Notable shoes are those belonging to Marilyn Monroe, Princess Diana, Elton John and Madonna. 
Campbell House 
Campbell House was built in 1822 by Sir William Campbell – chief justice of Upper Canada from 1825-1829. Campbell lived in the house for 12 years before he died. The house was occupied by various other families and used for various other uses (vinegar factory, glassworks). In 1972 in order to preserve the building, the Advocate’s Society moved from its location on Adelaide St to its current home at Queensland University. The building was restored to be as historically accurate as possible.
Gibson House Museum 
The Gibson House Museum is an example of Georgian architecture. It was built in the mid 19th century as a farm house for David Gibson – a member of the Legislative Assembly. After being used as a boarding house for many years, the building interior was restored. The museum has a hands -on “discovery gallery” with interactive(互动的) games and exhibits. On weekends workshops are offered on cooking, desserts, breads and preserves.
Black Creek Pioneer Village 
Black Creek is a recreation of a Victorian Farm with buildings moved and reconstructed from around Ontario. The result is a 1860s Ontario village. Exhibits demonstrate how domestic tasks were completed before modern technology. Activities include spinning, baking, and a history lesson.
Historical interpreters dress in the clothing of the period and answer visitors’ questions. Favorite destinations in the village include the farm, doctor’s house, and the mill. At the historic brewery, beer is brewed using all natural ingredients. The restaurant serves meals using locally sourced ingredients. On site are also areas for concerts and gift shop. Black Creek is operated by the Toronto and Region Conservation (TRCA).
21. Who designed Bata shoe Museum?
A. Princess Diana     B. Elton John     C. Raymond Moriyama   D. Marilyn Monroe
22. Campbell House once served as a          .
A. university         B. glue works     C. farm house          D. vinegar factory
23. If you are into interacting with others in games, you will probably go to        .
A. Bata Shoe Museum                  B. Gibson House Museum   
C. Campbell House                    D. Black Creek Pioneer Village 
24. We can learn from the passage that        
A. Campbell House was occupied by Campbell for a score of years.
B. Bata Shoe Museum includes 1200 pairs of notable shoes and artifacts.
C. Gibson House Museum was constructed approximately in the 1820s. 
D. Visitors can know about historic farming culture when visiting Black Creek.    

B
My wife, daughter, and I moved into our home nine years ago and we spent a lot of time and energy in the yard to get it looking like it does today. We live on a corner, higher than street level, and the entire side of the yard is surrounded by a professionally built rock wall. The front of the house though is another story because instead of a wall along the sidewalk, the rocks appear to be just thrown up onto the dirt as if someone were in a hurry to finish.
	We did the best we could with what we had to work with and called this area our “rock garden”. Whenever we had leftover flowers or plants, Denise or I would stick them out front, just to bring some color to the area. We would do all of the yard work on our own, even the tiring weed-pulling. 
	Last summer I had reached the end of the rock garden and found a tiny little plant that I could not immediately identify, I knew I didn’t plant it and Denise claimed that she didn’t either. We decided to let it continue growing until we could figure out what it was.
	Weeks passed and as I made my way back to the mystery plant, it appeared to be a Sunflower with a tall skinny stalk(茎,杆) and only one head on it. I decided to baby it along and weed around it. As I pulled rocks from the area to get to the weeds, I noticed something unusual. The Sunflower had not started where I saw the stalk begin. It actually had begun under a big rock and grown under and around it to reach the sun.
	That’s when I realized that if a tiny little Sunflower didn’t let a big rock stand in its way of developing, we too have the ability of doing the same thing. Once our environment begins to see that we believe in ourselves like that little Sunflower, we can attain the same nourishment(营养) and growth as well.
	Stand tall like the Sunflower and be proud of who and what you are and the environment will begin to support you. You will find a way to go under or around your big obstacle in order to reach your desires.
25. Why is the front of the house another story according to the author?
	A. The workers finished it in a hurry.
	B. There is a wall along the sidewalk.
	C. The family view it as a rock garden.
	D. The rocks are piled there at random.
26. The author found it unusual that_______.
	A. the Sunflower grew under and around a big rock
	B. the Sunflower had a tall stalk and only one head
	C. the mystery plant turned out to be a Sunflower
	D. a rock stood in the way of the flower’s growth
27 Which of the following best describes the Sunflower?
	A. Brave and stubborn			     B. Confident and persistent
	C. Optimistic and modest			 D. Mysterious and devoted

C
One of our expectations about education is that it will pay off in terms of upward mobility. Historically, the relation between education and income has been strong. But in the early 1970s, a contradiction developed between education and the economy. Our value of education and our average educational attainment(获得)run faster than the capacity of the economy to absorb the graduates. 
Since the 1970s, high-school graduates have experienced a striking decrease in earnings, making them the first generation since World War Ⅱ to face a lower standard of living than their parents had. Experts have argued that this contradiction is at the heart of the problem of public education today. It is not, as business leaders claim, that the schools are failing to properly educate students, that they are turning out young people who are inadequately prepared to function in the workplace. The real problem is a shortage of economic opportunities for students who are not continuing on to college. College graduates also are having difficulty finding jobs. Even when they do, the jobs may not be consistent with their training and expectations. Part of the problem is that too many young Americans expect to have professional jobs, making disappointment and frustration unavoidable for some.
Many students assumed that what was true of an individual— that the higher the education, the better the job opportunities — would also be true for an entire society. But when the numbers of better-educated young people became too great, the economy could no longer absorb them. Another part of the problem is the assumption that greater educational attainment guarantees career advancement. In fact, employers do not routinely reward educational attainment; rather, they reward it only when they believe it will contribute to the employee’s productivity.
We should not overlook the fact that there is still a strong relationship between education and occupation and income. College graduates have a strong advantage over those with less education. But the payoff is neither as large nor as certain as it once was. Unfortunately, Americans have focused so strong on the economic payoff that many consider their college education useless if it does not create a desirable, well-paying job. Only in this sense can we speak of an “oversupply” of college graduates.  
We could argue that all or at least the majority of Americans would profit by some degree because higher education can enable the individual to think more deeply, explore more widely, and enjoy a greater range of experiences.
28. The underlined phrase “turning out” in Paragraph.2 probably means         .
  A. bringing up          B. putting out            C. bringing out        D. putting up
29. When do employers reward higher education?
  A. It offers better job opportunities.
  B. It makes for higher productivity.
  C. It guarantees career advancement.
  D. It brings a definite advantage over others.
30. The passage mainly talks about ________.
  A. our expectations about education     
  B. the problem of public education today
  C. the contradiction between education and economy
  D. the connection between education and occupation
31. What’s the writer’s attitude towards higher education?
  A. Objective           B. Indifferent            C. Disapproving        D. Favorable

D
Ever since Donald Trump was elected the next president of the US, the entire Trump family has been put under a microscope. 
In China, the spotlight has been mainly focused on Trump and his daughter Ivanka. She is described on WeChat as an extremely influential role model with stunning beauty, a successful career, and a happy family. 
She leads a dream life that a million girls would kill for. Yes, she was born with a silver spoon in her mouth. But she got where she is by herself.
There’s always going to be articles that say people born into wealthy families are better looking and have a better family background than you, but these people do work harder than you. 
Are you a loser if you were raised in an ordinary family? Should you feel guilty that you sleep eight hours a day because Ivanka sleeps five? If you just want to keep a stable nine-to-five job, does it mean you are not ambitious? How about if you don’t work out or eat healthy, does that mean you will not find your Mr. or Miss Right?
There is a tendency in media nowadays to encourage elitism(精英主义).They are trying to brainwash young people into thinking that they should invest an enormous amount of time and money in bodybuilding and appearance enhancement, even plastic surgery. They encourage lifestyle makeovers: wine tasting classes and expensive trips overseas. They make you believe that if you do as they say, you can improve the quality of your life and join the elites (社会精英).
But what’s the downside of being ordinary? Do you really need to go to the gym five days a week unless you are a gym maniac(热衷者)? Do you need to take hundreds of selfies and Photoshop the selected ones to post on WeChat? Do you really need to break your neck and sacrifice to earn your first pot of gold only to worry constantly about how to enter high society later?
Don’t let the idea of elitism get to you. Everybody has a right to the life they want. Human beings should not be judged as a success or failure based on whether they are a part of the elite or not. As long as you lead a happy and comfortable life, why bother to chase after other people’s shadows? Choose your own life path and go for it.
32. Why does Ivanka become a hit online?
A. She lives such a dream life that a million girls would like to kill her.
B. She together with her family is put under careful investigation.
C. She is a virtual role model frequently seen among ordinary people.
D. She gets what she has through personal efforts despite decent origin.
33. Which of the following are considered as a life belonging to people of higher social rank?
①Polish and post carefully- selected selfies on WeChat;
②Break your neck to earn your first pot of gold;
③Spare no expense to improve physical appearance;
④Sign up for wine tasting classes and oversea trips;
A. ①④	B. ②④	C.②③	D. ③④
34. It can be inferred from the text that ____________.
A. Ivanka sleeping five hours a day makes the vast majority guilty. 
B. Keeping a stable nine-to- five job will be thought of as a loser.
C. Being distinguished is a commonly advocated culture nowadays.
D. Improving the quality of life will promote one’s social status.
35. Which attitude towards life would the writer probably agree with?
A. Life is like a dogsled team. If you aren’t the lead dog, the scenery never changes.
B. There is only one success ?Wto be able to spend your life in your own way.
C. Life consists not in holding good cards but in playing those you hold well.
D. The greatest lesson in life is to know that even fools are right sometimes.
   
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。
Your house may have an effect on your figure. Experts say the way you design your home could play a role in whether you gain or lose weight.   36   Here are some ways to turn your home into part of diet plan.      37   Dark environments are more likely to encourage overeating, for when people are in poorly-lit places, they are more likely to eat lots of food. If your home doesn’t have enough window light, get more lamps and flood the place with brightness.      38   Research suggests warm colors fuel our appetites. In one study, people who ate meals in a blue room consumed 33 percent less than those in a yellow or red room.  39    However, cold colors make us feel less hungry. So when it’s time to repaint, go blue.      40   People who eat slowly tend to consume about 70 fewer calories per meal than those who rush through their meals. Begin keeping track of the time, and try to make dinner last at least 30 minutes, and while you’re at it, actually sit down to eat. 
A. Mind the colors of your room. 
B. You will enjoy your home environment.
C. Don’t forget the clock.
D. Open the curtains and turn up the lights.
E. Listen to some light music.
F. Warm colors like yellow make food appear more delicious.
G. You can make your environment work for you.

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)
阅读下面短文,从短文后所给各题的四个选项(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。
Ciro Ortiz, an 11-year-old kid, has recently set up shop in a New York subway station. He offers five-minute “ advice” sessions to passers-by for $2. 
Every Sunday, Ciro Ortiz spends about two hours at the Bedford   42  station, sitting at a folding table with a cardboard sign that  43  “emotional advice $2”. Believe it or not, people actually do  44  for some pearls of   45  from the “emotional advice kid”. They ask him about all  46  of things from relationships and career advice to Donald Trump —the 45th US President-elect. He does his  47  to help them find the answer to their problems.
Ciro’s dad doesn’t make much money. One night Ciro was just inspired to try an idea of  48  he could make his own. His father  49  the idea and the next day they went into Williamsburg and set up the  50  on the street. 
Ciro was surprisingly  51  with passers-by, and he’s been doing it ever  52  . On a good day, he’ll   53  about $50, but it’s not just money that  54  him. Ciro was bullied(欺凌) at school in the past, which inspired him to  his entrepreneurial(创业) spirit in the temporary emotional advice desk,  the much more popular lemonade stand. 
Plus, Ciro is   57  really good at giving people emotional advice. A woman came up to his father and said what Ciro told her was what she’d been   58   in her gut(直觉) that whole time. He was really nervous and  of himself in the beginning, but after a few Sundays, he started coming home telling his mother, “I’ve met so many wonderful people. I will  60  having so many friends.” 
41. A. physical			B. emotional 			C. mental				D. legal
42. A. subway 		B. service				C. railway			D. comfort
43. A. writes			B. announces			C. reads 				D. shows
44. A. stand by		B. stop by 			C. pass by			D. get by
45. A. significance		B. interest 			C. value 				D. wisdom
46. A. sorts 			B. costs				C. means 			D. directions
47. A. happiest			B. most				C. best 				D. worst 
48. A. when			B. what 				C. why				D. how
49. A. approved of 		B. appealed to			C. complained of		D. stuck to
50. A. base 			B. stand 				C. branch 			D. goal 
51. A. familiar 		B. content 			C. popular 			D. careful
52. A. then			B. there				C. before 			D. since
53. A. demand			B. earn 				C. collect 			D. withdraw
54. A. attracts			B. serves				C. overcomes			D. motivates
55. A. channel 		B. admire				C. recover			D. suit
56. A. other than		B. more than			C. less than			D. rather than
57. A. apparently 		B. voluntarily			C. personally			D. fortunately
58. A. thinking		B. seeking 			C. feeling 			D. hunting
59. A. unaware		B. uncertain 			C. independent		D. innocent
60. A. take up			B. turn to				C. end up 			D. admit to

第 II 卷
注意:将答案写在答题卡上。写在本试卷上无效。
第三部分 英语知识运用(共两节  满分45分)
第二节 (共10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( 1个单词)或括号内单词的正确形式。
One day, a beggar found a leather purse that someone   61   (drop) in the marketplace. Opening it, he discovered it contained 100 pieces of gold. Then came a shout from a merchant, “A reward! A reward to  62  has put his hands on my leather purse!”
    Being an  honest man, the beggar came forward and handed the purse  63  the merchant saying “Here is your purse. May I have the reward now? ” “Reward?” The merchant mocked (讽刺),  (greedy) counting his gold. “Why, originally I had 200 pieces of gold in my purse. But now there are only 100 pieces   65  (remain)here. Beyond doubt, you have taken possession of the missing ones! Go away   66   I’ll tell the police.”
    The truthful beggar insisted that he   67   (be) innocent and that he should take this matter to the court.”
    In court, after listening to both sides of the story patiently, the judge said, “I believe you both and it is time that I did   68   (just) to this case! Merchant, you stated that the purse you lost contained 200 pieces of gold, which is a considerable sum.” However, he added, “the one  69  (find)by this beggar had only 100 pieces of gold. Therefore, it couldn’t be yours.”
And  70  that, the judge gave the purse and all the gold to the beggar. On hearing the judgement, the merchant collapsed to the ground. 

第四部分:写作(共两节;满分35分)
第一节 短文改错(共10小题;每小题1分,满分10分)
假定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处语言错误,每句中最多有两处。每处错误仅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。
删除:把多余的词用斜线(\)划掉。
修改:在错的词下面画一横线,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。
   As it is reported in today’s 21st Century, a pedestrian was walked down a street when someone dropped litter from a building nearby. Knocked unconscious, the person was sent to a nearest hospital immediately. 
   The horrible report has set me thinking. Admittedly, we have the right do whatever we want. Besides, violating others’ rights is unacceptable. Dropping litter from a high place is impolite and dangerous, that presents a potential threat to many people. If this behavior continue, everyone is likely to suffer from it.  
   I think the person throwing litter randomly deserves a severe punish. All of us should devote ourselves to improve our own behavior. Most importantly, laws concerning should be introduced by the authorities. With our joint efforts, our society will surely become good. And I sincerely hope such cases won’t happen any more. 
第二节 书面表达(满分25分)
    假定你是李华,上周末和同学到家乡附近的景区游玩,看到许多令人啼笑皆非的标志牌,比如:景区大门的“口”被译成import;景区“出口”被译成export。李华给在美国的笔友Tom写信寻求帮助,主要内容如下:
陈述家乡景区英语翻译的问题;
希望今年暑假Tom能再来中国,和你一道去景区纠正英文翻译。 
注意:
     1. 词数100左右;
     2. 可以适当增加细节,使行文连贯。
Dear TomHow time flies! It has been almost a year since your last visit.
                                                                            
                                                                            

                                                                            

                                                                            

                                                                            

                                                                            

                                                                            

                                                                            

                                                                            

                                                                            

                                                                            

                                                                            


Looking forward to your reply.

Yours,
Li Hua    




荆、荊、襄、宜四地七校考试联盟
2017届高三2月联考

                        英语试题答案
听力:    1—5.  BCBBA    6—10. CCBCA   11—15. CCABB  16—20 .AABCA
阅读: —25. CDBDD   26—30. ABABC  31—35. DDDCB  36—40. GDAFC
完形填空:41—45. BACBD	   46—50. ACDAB  51—55. CDBDA  56—60. DACBC
语法填空: 
61. had dropped    62. whoever    63.to       64 greedily   65.remaining
66. or            67. was        68. justice   69.found     70. with/after
短文改错:
71.去掉it   72. walked – walking   73. a – the  74. do前加to  75. Besides – However
76. that – which  77. continue – continues  78. punish – punishment  79. improve – improving 
80. concerning– concerned或good – better(任答对一个均给1分) 
书面表达:
One possible version:
Dear Tom,
How time flies! It has been almost a year since your last visit. 
Last Sunday, I paid a visit to one of the scenic spots in my hometown. The moment I reached the gate, I was puzzled by a sign, which reads “import”. “What does it mean?” I asked myself. It suddenly dawned on me that it referred to “Entrance”. I had a good laugh over it. When I came to the exit, I was shocked by another word “Export”. It was then that I felt obliged to do something about it.
Given the fact that you are expert in English, I sincerely invite you to my hometown during the summer vacation. I’m firmly convinced that you are more than delighted to do your part in promoting the standard English. Let’s make joint efforts to correct the shabby English, and undoubtedly it must be  fun and meaningful. 
Looking forward to your reply.
Yours,
Li Hua
详解:
A篇:21---24:CDBD
主旨大意:本文为应用文。文章向我们介绍了多伦多的巴塔鞋博物馆,坎贝尔之家,吉布森老宅博物馆以及黑溪先锋村,让我们了解了每个博物馆的特色。 
21.C [解析] 根据文章中的“The space was designed by Raymond Moriyama.”可知答案选C
22. D[解析] 文章中提到“The house was occupied by various other families and used for various other uses (vinegar factory, glassworks).”因此答案选D
23. B[解析]在介绍Gibson House Museum 时,文章有原句“ The museum has a hands -on “discovery gallery” with interactive games and exhibits.”
24.D[解析] 在介绍Black Creek Pioneer Village 时,Exhibits demonstrate how domestic tasks were completed before modern technology. Activities include spinning, baking, and a history lesson. Historical interpreters dress in the clothing of the period and answer visitors’ questions.可知D为正确选项而A,B,C都与原文细节有出入。
,一旦的环境开始看到,我们像那棵小小的向日葵一样相信自己,我们能够得到同样的养分并且成长起来。25. D[解析] 由第一段最后一句可知,房子的前边是另一码事——因为沿人行道修建的不是一面墙,而是在泥地上草草垒起来的石头堆。
2. A[解析] 由第四段最后一句可知,向日葵并不是从我发现茎杆的地方开始生长的。它从一块大石头下面开始发芽、生长,然后绕过石头,以获取阳光。
2. B[解析] 由最后两段可知,正因为相信自己,且不惧挫折,坚持不懈,向日葵才能顽强地生存下来。
主旨大意:本文是一篇说明文,讲述了教育与收入的关系,教育与经济之间产生的矛盾。通过各种研究说明了这个矛盾背后的一些原因。最后作者阐明了自己对是否应该接受大学教育发表了自己的见解。 
……”正如商业领导人说的,不是学校没有恰当地教育好学生,也不是学校培养的年轻人还没有为将来的工作做好准备……Bring up “培养、抚养”,put out“生产、扑灭”,bring out“使…显现”,put up“举起、张贴”,因此选A。
    29.B 细节题。根据第三段中“In fact, employers do not routinely reward educational attainment; rather, they reward it only when they believe it will contribute to the employee’s productivity.
”可知B项正确。   
30.C 主旨归纳题。由第一自然段可知,全文主要写的是教育和经济之间的矛盾,后面主要是阐述它存在的现象以及背后的原因。其他三个选项都不能概括全文主旨大意
    31.D观点判断。根据最后一自然段信息“……Americans would profit by some degree…… enable the individual to think more deeply, explore more widely, and enjoy a greater range of experiences.”可知,作者支持学生接受高等教育。A选项“客观的”,B选项“漠不关心的”,C选项“不赞成的”。

D篇:32---35 DDCB
主旨大意:本文由美国新当选总统Trump的女儿Ivanka的“完美人生”引发思考——成为“精英”、过“精英生活”是否适合每个人。
32. D[解析]原文中提到 “she was born with a silver spoon in her mouth. But she got where she is by herself.”
. D[解析]文中第6段提到现在媒体鼓吹“elitism精英主义”,并试图让年轻人相信“join the elites”的方式就是“invest an enormous amount of time and money in bodybuilding and appearance enhancement, even plastic surgery” 以及“wine tasting classes and expensive trips overseas”。
3. C[解析]第6段第一句话“There is a tendency in media nowadays to encourage elitism.”
. B[解析]根据文章最后一段,尤其是“Don't let the idea of elitism get to you. Everybody has a right to the life they want.”以及“As long as you lead a happy and comfortable life, why bother to chase after other people's shadows? Choose your own life path and go for it.”
七选五
36. G. [解析]根据上一句Experts say the way ...whether you gain or lose weight.和下一句 Here are some ways to turn your home into part of diet plan.可知此处填G. You can make your environment work for you. 你可以使你的环境对你的体型有利。
37. D.[解析]由后文Dark environments are more likely to encourage overeating和If your home doesn’t ...with brightness.可知答案填D.Open the curtains and turn up the lights.
38. A.[解析]由后文Research suggests warm colors fuel our appetites. 和However, cold colors make us feel less hungry等可知答案选A.Mind the colors of your room. 注意你的房间的颜色。
39. F. [解析]由后文However, cold colors make us feel less hungry可知答案为F. Warm colors like yellow make food appear more delicious.
40. C.[解析]由后文Begin keeping track of the time可知答案为C. Don’t forget the clock. 
41-45 BACBD	46-50 ACDAB	51-55 CDBDA	56-60 DACBC
十一岁的西罗奥尔蒂斯(Ciro Ortiz)在纽约的威廉斯堡地铁站摆了一个简易桌给过路人提供情感咨询,每5分钟收费2美元。他做地很不错,大受欢迎,还交了很多朋友。
41.B。解析:他给路人提供“情感”建议,每5分钟收费2美元。下文有提示。set up shop:开业、开张。
42.A[解析]他每天在威廉斯堡“地铁”站待上2个小时。文章首句有提示。
43.C[解析]他的折叠桌上有一个纸板牌,上面“写着”:情感建议2美元。
44.B[解析]人们的确在他那里“停下来”。
45.D[解析]人们的确在他那里停下来,寻求一些金玉“良言”。 pearls of wisdom:好主意、金玉良言。
46.A[解析]人们向他询问“各种各样的”事情。
47.C[解析]他“尽最大努力”帮助他们找到问题的答案。
48.D[解析]他父亲赚钱不多。一天晚上西罗受到启发,要去自己试试“如何”能够赚到钱的主意。
49.A[解析]他父亲“赞成”这个主意。
50.B[解析]第二天,他们就到威廉斯堡地铁站支起了那个“摊位”。下文有提示。
51.C[解析]西罗出奇地受到路人的“欢迎”。
52.D[解析]“从此”,他就一直在那里做这个事情。
53.B[解析]天气好的话,他会“赚到”大约50美元。
54.D[解析]但是,并不仅仅是钱“激励”了他。
55.A[解析]他过去在学校受到同学的欺凌,这激励着他把创业精神“倾注于”暂时的情感咨询中。channel sth in(to)…导入、贯注于、把…倾注于…中。
56.D[解析]他把创业精神倾注于暂时的情感咨询中,“而不是”(摆一个)更受欢迎的柠檬摊。
57.A[解析]此外,西罗“显然”真地善于给人们提供情感建议。
58.C[解析]西罗所告诉她的正是那段时间她的直觉所“感受”的东西。
59.B[解析]刚开始,他真地很紧张,对自己“没信心”。
60.C[解析]他告诉他妈妈说,“我‘最终’会有很多朋友。”
61. had dropped    62. whoever  		63. to    	64. greedily   65. remaining
   66. or  		    67. was          68. justice    69. found  	 70. with/after
61. had dropped[解析] 此题为时态考查,根据上下文此处应该用过去完成时。
62. whoever[解析] whoeveranyone who   表示人
63. to [解析] 此处为固定搭配   hand sth to sb 
64. greedily[解析] greedily修饰后面的动作count the gold
65. remaining[解析] 表示余下的,剩下的
66. or [解析] 此处为祈使句+or 的句型
67. was[解析] 当insist 表示坚持说,坚持认为时,从句68. justice [解析] 此题考查固定结构do justice to sb 
69. found [解析] 此题为过去分词做定语
70. with/after [解析] with that/after that表示在...之后

听力原稿
(Text 1)
M: Why are you leaving home so early?
W: I have to go and borrow some books before picking up the children from school.
(Text 2)
W: This game is so exciting. What is the time?
M: It’s 3:40. They’ve only 20 minutes before it’s finished.
(Text 3)
M: Mum, can my friend Josh come and stay this weekend?
W: There won’t be space, I’m sorry. Your aunt Susie’s coming for dinner with her family.
M: What about next weekend?
W: That’ll be fine. Grandma’s coming but that’s not a problem.
(Text 4)
W: Have you got the letter I asked you to fetch?
M: Sorry, I haven’t.
W: How come? Did you forget about it?
M: I just couldn’t find time to go to the post office.
(Text 5)
W: Is it new?
M: No. It was our colleague Andrew’s. He has moved to the eleventh floor, so he let me keep it.
W: Oh, I really need such a large desk to hold all my piles of paper.
M: I wish I could help you out, but I’m not willing to give it up!
(Text 6)
M: I have a 3:30 appointment with Dr. Smith. I know it is early, but I was in the neighborhood running business. Can he see me now?
W: I’m sorry. He is booked for the hour until your appointment. You can wait in the waiting room where there are magazines and a television.
M: That’s OK. I’ll just go for a drink at the nearby bar.
(Text 7)
M: Megan, how is the presentation for the conference going?
W: Well, that’s what I wanted to speak to you about. I’ve just finished writing the presentation, but I really have no idea if it’s at the right level for the audience. I was wondering, since you have been to lots of these conferences, could you listen to my presentation and tell me what you think?
M: Yes, of course. However, I have a deadline on Thursday, and my schedule is pretty full … When is your conference?
W: The 8th.
M: OK. You have a bit of time then. How about this Friday, the 5th?
W: Great! Thanks.
(Text 8)
M: Here it is. And it says right here on the monitor that this moving belt has the luggage for flight 532 arriving from New York.
W: It sure is crowded here. We’re going to have to push really hard to get our luggage.
M: Well, we don’t have to be at the meeting for another three hours and the hotel we are going to rest in is only minutes away from the airport. What do you say we go and get some coffee over at that coffee stand in the corner?
W: That’s a good idea. We can let the crowd die out a little bit and then come to get our luggage.
M: Let’s go then. My treat!
W: You don’t have to do that. Let me get it.
M: No, I insist. Consider it my thanks to you for offering me a ride this morning.
W: OK, but I’ll get the coffee on the way back.
M: Deal.
(Text 9)
W: Good morning. What can I do for you?
M: I want to let my house. Just two bedrooms for rent actually, plus the use of the rest of the house.
W: How much were you thinking of for these rooms?
M: I used to think of $1,000. But now I think $700 per room would be a fair price.
W: Any other costs?
M: Er, just the cleaner who comes in once a week. So that would be another $30 a month for cleaning.
W: OK. Does the house have a good view?
M: Sure, it looks out over the ocean. No garden, but there’s a lot to look at from the lounge. And we’re right by the beach.
W: Oh, that’s really nice. I wish I was there myself. Anything else worth mentioning?
M: Sure. There is a room for playing ping-pong and a pool.
W: Sounds good. How’s it heated?
M: It’s got central heating but no fireplace.
W: That’s bad. It would be good to have an open fire in winter. OK, I’ll post this up for you and I hope you have some luck.
(Text 10)
W: The school cafeteria is in the center of the school and serves as a popular meeting place for students and teachers alike. Although it is a pleasant place to sit and eat, it does have some points that could be improved upon. The first is the menu. It has a limited number of dishes, and the daily specials are the same each week. There is little variety and there are no specific vegetarian meals. In addition, there is no healthy food, such as salads or fish on the menu. There is a lot of fried food, too. Many of the meals also contain frozen food rather than fresh food and in general there needs to be more choice of both vegetarian and healthier meals. There is a limited choice of drinks, too. Another thing that students often complain about is the amount charged for the meals. Some of the dishes are the same price as those found outside the school and a majority of students don’t eat there for this reason. If the prices were more reasonable, more students would eat there and the cafeteria would make a bigger profit. Finally, the cafeteria is spacious, so on no occasion does anyone have to wait for a seat. The cafeteria is clean, as is the kitchen, and the staff are very pleasant and helpful, so in most respects the cafeteria meets the needs of the students. With a few minor changes, such as the menu changed and the prices reduced, it would be more perfect.















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