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安徽省六安市第一中学2018届高三上学期第五次月考英语(含详细答案)

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校】安徽省合肥市第一中学2016届高三上学期段二(期中)考试英语试题安徽省六安市第一中学2018届高三上学期第五次月考英语(含详细答案)

安徽省六安市第一中学 2018 届高三上学期第五次月考英语 试题时间:120 分钟 总分:150 分 第I卷 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. What does the man suggest doing? A. Buying a road map. C. Going back home. 2. What day is it today? A. Tuesday. B. Thursday. C. Friday. B. Driving to the beach.3. What is the weather probably like today? A. Hot B. Cold. C. Cool.4. Where does conversation probably take place? A. At home. B. In a restaurant C. In a furniture shop.5. How will the woman mainly deal with the money? A. Save most of it. B. Buy a lot of clothes. C. Give it to her parents.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 分钟;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 the woman plan to do this weekend? A. Work overtime. B. Attend a festival. C. His cousin.7. Whom will the man probably ask for help? A. His aunt B. His sister1 / 14C. His cousin

听下面一段对话,回答第 8 至第 9 三个小题。

8. How did the man and his son get to the zoo? A. By bus. B. By taxi C. By subway.9. What animal scared the man? A. An elephant. B. A panda. C. A monkey.听下面一段对话,回答第 10 至第 12 三个小题。

10. What happened to the old lady’s ring? A. She dropped it in the ice cream. B. Her grandson took it. C. Her dog swallowed it. 11. When did the story of the man’s friend happen? A. Last week. B. Last year. C. Three years ago.12. What was the man’s friend’s decision? A. To perform surgery on his dog. B. To make his dog vomit(吐出). C. To give up the ring. 听下面一段对话,回答第 13 至第 16 三个小题。

13. What’s the most probably relationship between the two speakers? A. Business partners. B. Customer and assistant. C. Aunt and nephew.14. What kind of business does the man want to do? A. Open an online shop. B. Make apps. C. Sell phones.15. What may worry the man most? A. The operational costs. B. The after-sale service. C. The profit.16. Where will the man get help in writing a business plan? A. From online resources. B. From some libraries. C. From the bookstore.听下面一段对话,回答第 17 至第 20 三个小题。

17. When did Ms. Bwalya come to China to study? A. In 2012. B. In 2013. C. In 2014.18. What was the biggest problem Ms. Bwalya faced? A. The weather.2 / 14B. The language.

C. The accommodation. 19. What did Mr. Salum study in China. A. Medicine B. Economics. C. Political science.20. How many Aficans were studying in China by the end of 2013? A. More than 27000. B. More than 35000. C. More than 53000.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,选出可以填入空白处的最佳选项。

A A very beautiful town Bravuogn in Switzerland has banned (禁止) tourists from taking photos in order to get holiday makers to take a break from social media(媒体). The tourist office of Bravuogn announced the news on Facebook on Tuesday. ―It is proven that beautiful vacation photos on social media make the viewers unhappy, because they themselves cannot be there,‖ the tourist office said. Tourists will be punished with 5 Swiss Francs if they are caught taking pictures under the new rule. Many people considered the move was stupid and strange with some joking that they were going to call off their trips to Bravuogn. However, others gave the photo ban a thumbs-up. ―Exactly right!‖ one person shouted. The announcement comes after a study found how technology is marring our travel experiences. In a survey of 1,037 American adults done by Wyndham Vacation Rentals, almost half of them said social media negatively influenced their trips as they felt stressed to pose all the time. A message on the Bravuogn tourism Facebook page states that the main reason for the ban on taking photos is to encourage a happier holidaying environment. In the summer, Bravuogn is a popular place for hiking while in the winter it’s a top place for skiing. The tourist office said it had known that the new law would not make everyone happy but it wanted a ―special way‖ to draw people’s attention to the village and the beauty of Switzerland. Facing some people’s suggestions, the village’s director of tourism Marc-Andrea Barandun said that, in part, the ban is a marketing strategy(营销策略). He told Thelocal.ch, ―We hope everyone talks about Bravuogn’s beauty. So we made the law and also there’s some marketing purpose behind it.‖3 / 14

21. What can we learn from paragraph 2? A. Not all people support the new law. B. Vacation photos bring unhappiness to people. C. People think a fine of 5 Swiss Francs is too much. D. The new law makes many people give up their trips. 22. What does the underlined word ―marring‖ in paragraph 3 mean? A. Destroying. B. Improving. C. Recording. D. Sharing.23. Which of the following can best describe the new law? A. Facts are facts. C. All roads lead to Rome. B Imagine you’re playing a computer game that asks you to design a poster for the school fair. You’re playing with letters, changing background colors and deciding what activity to feature. Then, animal characters—maybe a panda—offer feedbacks on you design. You can choose whether to hear a praise or a complaint: ―The words are overlapping(重叠)too much,‖ or, ―I like that you put in the dates.‖ You can use their critiques(批评)as guides to help you revise your poster. Finally, you get to see how many tickets your poster sold. This little Web-based game isn’t just a game. It’s a test, too. Most kids likes video games—a lot more than they like taking test. Schwartz is among a new group of researchers who are working on a series of video games. They’re designed to evaluate students on factors that traditional test can’t assess. He wants to measure how students learn, how they make decisions and how they respond to feedback. Scholars like James Paul Gee believe video games actually come much closer to capturing the learning process in action than traditional tests. In fact, in a video game, ―you’re always being tested—you can’t get out of a level until you finish it.‖ And, the researchers point out, at the same time you’re playing a game, the game can record your actions. When it’s over, the software can create a report: not just a record of right and wrong answers, but all the steps you took to get there. Schwartz’s theory of assessment focuses on choice. He argues that the final goal of education is to create independent thinkers who make good decisions. And so we need assessments that test4 / 14B. Better late than never. D. Kill two birds with one stone.