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江西省红色七校2017届高三第二次联考英语试题
(分宜中学、莲花中学、任弼时中学、瑞金一中、南城一中、遂川中学、会昌中学)
命题人:任弼时中学  审题 莲花中学
第一节听下面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. What will the girl use the computer to do?
A. Send an e-mail.B. Watch a movie.	C. Check information.
2. What is the man doing now?
A. Preparing to pay the bill.    B. Waiting for the dinner.
C. Ordering some food.
3. What does the boy think of Mr. Brooklyn’s speech?
A. Easy.			B. Confusing.		C. Great.
4. How did the woman get to the airport?
A. By car.		B. By taxi.		C. By bus.
5. What was the woman?
A. A cook. 		B. A waitress.		C. A programmer.
第二节听下面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。
听下面一段对话,回答第6和第7两个小题。
6. What does Susan say about her job?
A. It is rather boring.B. It broadens her horizons.	C. It needs rich experience.
7. What does Susan care most?
A. The income.		B. The holiday.			C. The colleagues.
听下面一段对话,回答第8和第9两个小题。
8. What will the man do?
A. Play in the snow.B. Go skiing outside.		C. Clear the snow.
9. What month is it now?
A. December.		B. January. 			C. February.
听下面一段对话,回答第10至第12三个小题。
10. What do we know about Simon?
A. He is not used to living in Los Angeles.B. He doesn’t have any friends.
C. He likes his courses.
11.Where is Zoe from?
A. The US.		B. Canada.			C. Australia.
12.What does Lucy major in?
A. Law.			B. Business.			C. Hotel management.
听下面一段对话,回答第13至第16四个小题。
13. Why are the speakers excited in the beginning?
A. They park near the shopping mall.
B. They are lucky to take the umbrella.
C. They find the shopping mall at last.
14. What would the girl like to have for lunch?
A. Burger and fries.	B. Fries and sandwiches.		C. Burger and sandwiches.
15. What will the speakers do right after lunch?
A. Buy a newspaper.	B. Do some shopping.		C. Go to the museum directly.
16. How will the speakers go to the museum probably?
A. By car.		B. By bike.			C. On foot.
听下面一段独白,回答第17至第20四个小题。
17. How many reasons are mentioned about shopping online?
A. One.B. Two.				C. Three.
18. What is showrooming?
A. A new shopping mall.    B. A new website for shopping.   C. A new kind of shopping habit.
19. What can we learn about showrooming?
A. It’s chosen by 42% of people.  B. People buy things at a lower price.
C. People choose it to follow the trend.
20. Why do people choose showrooming?
A. To have more choices.     B. To satisfy their curiosity. C. To ensure the quality of goods. 
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。 Each year on February 2nd, there is a special festival called Groundhog Day (土拨鼠日 )' forecasting event in Punxsutawney, Pennsylvania. When it comes, people from around the world, including 5,000 in the small town today, watch this tongue-twisting(发音饶舌的) small town for a sign from one groundhog that supposedly predicts when that years' spring will arrive.
 If it's a cloudy day outside when the groundhog pops from its cave, then spring will arrive early that year. However, if it is sunny outside, the groundhog will supposedly be scared by its own shadow, hiding underground for six more weeks of cold weather.
Of course, Punxsutawney Phil's prediction is no more able to guarantee the extended forecast than your local weatherman. ABC News reports that an analysis by the National Climate Data Center found that Phil's predictions are more often wrong than right.   
   Philis is also found to have made some unpleasant predictions. Ever since 1887, he has predicted 99 extended winters and just 16 early springs .Nine of the years' predictions were unavailable, according to ABC.
The holiday began as a German tradition in 18th century and became even more of a cultural phenomenon after the 1993 film Groundhog Day starring Bill Murray.Punxsutawney Phil has become a celebrity in his own right.  Each year, the fatter animal with long teeth is watched by millions as he emerges from a cave in the town he is named after. Phil has become so beloved by the town that he actually lives in the local library with his “wife" Phyllis.
Taking inspiration from the hard state of Bill Murray’s character in the classic film, Yahoo contributor Owen Rust says Groundhog Day is a good time to reflect on one’s routines.
21. The underlined word “pops” means “ ________   ”.
A. escapes    B. appears    C. increases   D. hides
22. The reason why Phil's predictions aren't pleasing is that_____________.
A. some of the predictions were unavailable   B . Phil wants to do that for fun
C. Phil likes to make unpleasant predictions   D. he has predicted more late springs
23.  How does Punxsutawney Phil become a celebration?
A. By an accident.                            B. From people's life improving.
C. By his own attractive force              D. From much money raised by the town.
24. Which does this passage mainly talk about?
A. The National Climate Data Center     B. A German tradition
C. A tongue-twisting small town            D. Groundhog Day weather forecasting
B
Mosquitoes have an extraordinary ability to target humans far away and fly straight to their unprotected skin. Regrettably,mosquitoes can do more than cause an itchy(发痒的)wound. Some mosquitoes spread several serious diseases,including Dengue,yellow fever and  malaria.
Over one million people worldwide die from these diseases each year. New research now   shows how mosquitoes choose who to bite.
Mosquitoes need blood to survive. They are attracted to human skin and breath. They smell the carbon dioxide gas,which all mammals breathe out. This gas is the main way for mosquitoes to know that a warm-blooded creature is nearby.
But mosquitoes also use their eyes and sense of touch. Michael Dickinson is a professor at the California Institute of Technology. His research shows how these small insects,with even smaller brains,use three senses to find a blood meal.
Michael Dickinson’s team used plumes—a material that rises into the air of carbon dioxide gas into a wind tunnel. They then used cameras to record the mosquitoes. The insects followed the plume.
Then,the scientists placed dark objects on the lighter  colored floor and walls of the  tunnel. Mr. Dickinson said,at first,the mosquitoes showed no interest in the objects at all.    “What was quite striking and quite surprising is that the mosquitoes fly back and forth for hours. These are hungry females and they completely ignore the objects on the floor and wall of the tunnel. But the moment they get a hit of CO2,they change their behavior quite obviously and now would become attracted to these little visual blobs (斑点).”
This suggested to the researchers that a mosquito’s sense of smell is more important in the search for food. Once mosquitoes catch a smell of a human  or animal,they also follow  visual signals.
25.What do mosquitoes mainly use to find their targets?	
A.Sense of smell. B.Sense of touch. C.Sense of sight. D.Smart brains.
26.The first response of the mosquitoes to the objects in the experiment is     .
A.to fly to the dark onesB.to catch and stick to them
C.to take no notice of themD.to attach themselves to them
27.How can we avoid being attacked by mosquitoes according to the text ?
A.Don’t let them see us.   B.Use dark objects to stop them.
C.Make them fly back and forth for hours.D.Attract them to objects full of carbon dioxide gas.
28.What can be the best title for the text?
A.How Do Mosquitoes Survive?B.Why Do Mosquitoes Need Blood?
C.How Do Mosquitoes Choose to Bite You?D.Why Do Mosquitoes Attack the Human Being?
It may not be as easy as you think to build a foundation for your child of family values. Often we believe that our child will pick up on our values if they live in the same home. While they may pick up many of our values, parents need to remember they are not the only influence in their child’s life. These outside values often compete with family values for your child’s attention. If we do not make a conscious effort to instill our values into our children, they may not get instilled at all.
   I wish I had learned that lesson a little earlier. I thought if I lived my values for my children they would pick them up and make their own. Sometimes this happened and sometimes it didn’t. I often see twenty-something “kids” who have no faith in many of the values of their family in favor of the values of their friends. Children will often pick up the negative you show quicker than the positive, so the positive things need extra focus to set them. 
Some of the influences your children face every day include their church, their school, their friends, any clubs or sporting groups they are part of and more. Kids spend many hours a day at school and with their friends. Sometimes in the business of life, we suppose our children will obtain that foundation we want for them. 
Instilling a foundation of family values to sustain(维持) your child requires more than living it in front of them. That is important, but building up your child with this important foundation must become intentional. 
That means we plan times to gather as a family. We plan activities together that show the values we want to pass on. We talk about our values; we live our values; we discuss the values of others and how they differ from ours; we constantly look for opportunities and make our own opportunities to share these values in word or deed with our children.
Family values give our children a foundation to build upon. It helps them know they are loved and gives them a sense of belongings. Upon this sure foundation, they can spread their wings and grow to become parents who share these same values with their own children.
29. The underlined word “instill our values into” in the 1st paragraph probably means “______”.
A. get our ideas out of                 	B. impress our ideas on 
C. collect our ideas for                 D. force our ideas upon
30. We can learn from the passage that children ______.
A. sustain their family values easily       B. will hold their family values with age 
C. often discuss family values of others    D. accept negative values more quickly 
31. Family values can be passed on if ______.
A. we live with our children             B. parents show positive things
C. parents foster them intentionally       D. we plan times to gather with other families 
32. The passage mainly tells us about ______.
A. the importance and the way to pick up family values
B. a lesson the writer learned in educating his(her) kids
C. the influences the children face while growing up
D. some negative and positive family values
D
There’s a “culture of walking and texting” on the Utah Valley University campus, according to conversations with students, but that’s not the main reason Matt Bambrough, the creative director at UVU, came up with an idea to paint a “texting lane” on a staircase leading up to the Wellness Center.
According to Bambrough, it’s first and foremost a design project—the texting lane was a tongue-in-cheek(戏谑)reference to the college-wide epidemic(流行)of kids walking around with their faces buried in their iPhones.
“You have 18–24-year-olds walking down the hall with smart phones. You’re almost bound to run into someone somewhere; it’s something we’re dealing with in this day and age,” Bambrough said. “But preventing collisions isn’t the reason we did it—we did it to arouse the students’ attention. It’s meant to be there for people to look at and enjoy.”
Still, when talking to Utah Valley students, it sounds like texting and walking can be quite the annoyance.
Robbie Poffenberger, an assistant news editor at the UVU Review, said that most collisions he witnesses aren’t human-on-human; rather, it’s generally human-on-inanimate-object. “They walk into barriers—chairs on the side of the hallway, or railings,” Poffenberger said, “I’m sure they’re fairly embarrassed.”
33. What do we learn about the “texting lane” from the text?
A. It is a special campus culture in Utah Valley University.
B. It is used to encourage the campus culture.
C. It is painted on a staircase leading to everywhere.
D. It is popular with students in universities.
34. According to Bambrough, ______.
A. the “texting lane” is to attract students’ attention
B. we don’t have to face the problem in this age
C. what they did is to prevent the collisions  D. students enjoy looking at each other
35. What would most students run into from what Robbie said?
A. Students in the same direction.      B. Teachers opposite to them.
C. Barriers on campus.                    D. Grass on campus.
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。
The rules about how to talk, eat and sit, which are highly limited, are observed in most Western restaurants and homes.     36      Many Westerners have no idea how to act at the Chinese dinner table. No forks or knives for them to use! The Chinese host makes great, sweeping arm movements that go over large sections of the table, passing over both food and friends alike.     37      However, it leaves many foreigners at a loss for what to do.
In my childhood home, dinner was enjoyed with low voices, and the topics that we could discuss were very limited.     38      If I had to leave the table to use the toilet, I had to excuse myself without mentioning what it was that I was going to do. “May I be excused, please? I need to wash my hands.” I would say. My mother would say, “Sure.” My father would often play a joke on me by saying, “    39     ”
As for eating, we did it quietly. No eating noises were allowed. Everything must be done as quietly as possible. If any sound was created by eating food or drinking, it would be considered as bad manners!   
    40      He is to sit up straight with the recessive hand (usually the left) in one’s lap holding a napkin while the dominant hand (usually the right) holds the fork or spoon. The only time one is allowed to have both hands on the table is when he is using a knife to cut something.
A. How one sits at the table is also prescribed.
B. We were not allowed to talk about anything that made listeners uncomfortable.
C. Can't you think up a better excuse than that?
D. They’re completely different from what we find here in China.
E. Your hands don’t look dirty!
F. The scene is fantastic.
G. In general they were all strictly forbidden topics
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)   阅读下面的短文,从短文后各题所给的四个选项(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。Many sports players have not only accomplished incredible acts of athleticism(运动能力), but also unbelievable acts of sportsmanship. There were some  41  examples in 2014, and I have  42  two that inspired me.
One example of sportsmanship took place in the Sochi Olympics. Russian Anton Gafarov was hobbling(蹒跚而行) along the track, far  43  the rest of the skiers. One of his skis(滑雪板) was broken. He had tried to  44  with the damaged equipment. Canadian ski coach Justin Wadsworth was the only one who had an extra. Wadsworth didn’t want Gafarov to finish slowly, hobbling across the line. He wanted him to finish with  45. The Canadian skiers were already out of the race, giving Wadsworth two  46  : Leave Gafarov to hobble across the line on one ski, 47 give him the spare one. Wadsworth gave him the extra ski,  48  Gafarov to get second place in the quarter-finals.  49 , he came in sixth in the semi-finals. 50 was Wadsworth who helped Gafarov complete his Olympic dream.
The other example took place in the 2014 World Cup quarter-final match between Brazil and Colombia. The game had just ended. Brazil had won, 2-1. Brazil was  51  on the sidelines, cheering and having a good time. Colombian midfielder James Rodriguez had just had his World Cup dream tore apart  52  scoring a record-breaking six goals in the competition. Brazil defender David Luiz walked over to him, pointed at him, and  53  the crowd to acknowledge him. He then declared his  54  for a game well played and  55  him for his wonderful World Cup performance. It made both the crowd and Rodriquez  56 .
As an athlete, I know it’s easy to get caught up in the  57  of a game. But I also know that   58  is just as important as losing and winning.
Always remember to  59  your opposing team. Play hard, but play fair. And always be nice. It’s the right thing to do and it always  60 .
41. A. amusing		B. interesting	  C. amazing			D. embarrassing
42. A. collected		B. picked		  C. made				D. created
43. A. behind		B. off			  C. from				D. back
44. A. walk			B. go			  C. work				D. continue
45. A. determination	B. kindness		  C. love			   	D. pride
46. A. questions		B. chances		  C. choices			 	D. problems
47. A. or          	B. and     		  C. but     			D. nor
48. A. advising		B. allowing		  C. instructing			D. wanting
49. A. Gradually		B. Specifically	  	C. Particularly	     	D. Finally 
50. A. He			B. That		      	C. It					D. This
51. A. imagining		B. reviewing		  	C. celebrating			D. training
52. A. despite		B. as	         	C. though				D. while
53. A. urged			B. forced	      	C. expected				D. warned
54. A. surprise		B. doubt			  	C. curiosity		   		D. appreciation
55. A. prepared		B. recognized     	C. challenged			D. interviewed
56. A. shy			B. happy		  	C. crazy			   		D. tired
57. A. fun			B. advantage		  	C. meaning				D. competitiveness
58. A. sportsmanship	B. championship   	C. leadership	    	D. friendship
59. A. respond to 	B. fight against	  	C. shake hands with   	D. keep up with
60. A. pays out		B. pays off		  	C. pays back				D. pays for
第二卷
第二节 语法填空(共10小题;每小题15分,满分15分)
阅读下面材料,在空白处填入适当内容(1个单词)或括号内单词的适当形式(不超过3个单词)。
This is a true story which happened in the States.   61   man came out of his home to admire his new truck. To his puzzlement, his three-year-old son was   62   (happy) hammering dents(凹痕) into the shiny paint of the truck. The man ran to his son, knocked him away, hammered the little boy's hands into pulp(果浆汁) as   63   (punish). When the father calmed down, he rushed his son to the hospital.
  Although the doctor tried desperately to save the crushed bones, he finally had to cut the fingers from both the boy's hands. When the boy   64   (wake) up from the operation and saw his bandaged stubs, he innocently said, “Daddy, I'm sorry about your truck,   65    when are my fingers going to grow back?”
The father went home and committed suicide.
Think about this story the next time someone steps on your   66   (foot) or you wish to take revenge. Think first   67   you lose your patience with someone you love. Trucks can be repaired, but   68  (break) bones and hurt feelings often can't. Too often we fail to recognize the difference between the person and the performance. We forget that forgiveness is   69  (great) than revenge.
People make mistakes. We   70   (allow) to make mistakes. But the actions we take while in a rage will impress us forever.
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。
It has been a long time since I did anything good for the environment. Feeling responsible to protect the environment, I decided to take the action again. I told my idea to my friends and we planned to plant tree on the hill in the countryside. We came to the foot of the hill and selected a place where looked suitably and settled down. We spend a few hours digging holes and placing the young seedlings. Then we wrote our wishes on cards one to one and buried it deep down the roots of the trees. We also took a lot of pictures. We were such busy that we didn’t realize that it was time to go back. I felt really glad that we made difference to the environment.
第二节书面表达(满分25分)
假如你是李华,南昌二中的一名学生,得知可向国际儿童基金会(Foundation)申请一个经费为2000元的扶贫项目(poverty-relief program),帮助贫困地区的儿童。你感兴趣,准备申请。请根据以下要点写一篇文章:
1)个人的基本情况和申请理由;     
2)你对申请项目的具体设想和项目经费的使用计划;
3)你的愿望。  联系方式:2016hope@icf.org
注意: 1. 词数100左右;
  2. 可以适当增加细节,以使行文连贯。
  3. 开头语和结尾语已为你写好。
Dear Sir or Madam,
______________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________                          Yours sincerely, 
   Li Hua



七校联英语答案(2017元月份)
1-5CACAB   6-10BBCAC  
11-15CAAAB  16-20CBCBC
阅读理解
21-24BACD

25-28 ACDC
29-32 BDCA
33-35AAC
【语篇解读】本文是一篇说明文。讲述的是低头党的福音:美国校园设玩手机专用人行道,这个校园里存在着一种“且行且短你(一边走一边短信)”的特殊校园文化。
33. A【命题立意】细节理解题。考查学生通过阅读文章获得信息或寻求细节的能力。
【试题解析】根据文章第一段“but that’s not the main reason”,排除B;根据“paint a ‘texting lane’ on a staircase leading up to the Wellness Center.”,排除C;根据“Still, when talking to Utah Valley students, it sounds like texting and walking can be quite the annoyance.”,排除D,故答案为A。
34. A【命题立意】细节理解题。考查学生通过阅读文章获得信息或寻求细节的能力。
【试题解析】从文章第三段的“we did it to arouse the students ’attention”可知,答案为A。
35. C【命题立意】细节理解题。考查学生通过阅读文章获得信息或寻求细节的能力。
【试题解析】从文章中的“most collisions he witnesses aren’t human-on-human; rather, it’s generally human-on-inanimate-object.”和“They walk into barriers”可知,答案为C。
36-40DFBEA
完形:41-45 CBADD	46-50 CABDC	51-55 CAADB	56-60 BDACB语法填空 
61. A  	62. happily  		63. punishment   		64. woke    		65. but   66. feet     67. before       68. broken   		69. greater    	70. are allowed  
短文改错:
1.anything→ something  2.take the action去掉the 3. 第三句的tree改为trees 
 4. where→ that /which  5. suitably→ suitable  6. spend →spent  7. to→ by   
8. it → them  9. such→ so  10. made 后加a
作文范文
书面表达:
Dear Sir or Madam,
My name is Li Hua, a student currently studying at Nanchang No.2 Middle School. I am writing to apply for the 2000 yuan's worth of fund aimed at helping those students who are financially disadvantaged.    Being raised in families that don’t have to worry about putting food on the table need not mean ignoring our less fortunate peers. On this account, we would appreciate it if you could sponsor our poverty-relief endeavor. The following is how we would go about using the money.    We would  spend 1500 yuan purchasing some stationery for the needy students in a poverty-stricken area. The remainder of the fund would be used to invite a motivational speaker who was to talk about how to lift oneself out of poverty by making right academic and professional decisions. Our efforts might make a difference in the lives of some young people, but who knows what butterfly effects these young minds may have on tomorrow's world?    We would be grateful if you could reply at your earliest convenience. You could contact me at 2016hope@icf.org.














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