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2019年5月份温州市普通高中高考适应性测试 英语 本试卷分第I卷(挑选题)和第II卷(非挑选题)。第I卷1至8页,第II卷9至10页。

第I卷 注意事项: 1.答第I卷前,考生务必将自己的姓名、准考证号填写在答题卷上。


第一部分 听力(共两节,满分30分) 做题时,先将答案标在试卷上。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来答题卷上。

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下一小题。每段对话仅读一遍。

例:How much is the shirt? A。 ?19。15。 B。 ?9。18。 C。 ?9。15。 答案是C。

1. Where does the conversation most probably take place? A. In a library.                     B. At a theater.            C. In a restaurant. 2. What’s the relationship between the speakers? A. Strangers.                      B. Friends.                C. A couple. 3. What does the man suggest? A. Repairing the laptop.            B. Buying a new laptop.      C. Using the laptop less. 4. What does the woman think of the wine? A. It’s a bit expensive.              B. It’s not her cup oftea.    C. It’s tasty and cheap. 5. How does the man find the woman’s forgetfulness? A. Annoying.                      B. Embarrassing.            C. Understandable. 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。每段对话或独自后有几个小题,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。


6. When will the man be back home usually!? A.5:00 pm.                      B.5:30 pm.                C.6:00 pm. 7. Where docs the woman live? A. Near where she works. B. Near the third ring road. C. Near where the man lives. 听第7段材料,回答第8、9题。

8。 What did the man do first? A。 He finished the drink。            B。 He showed the ID card。    C。 He read the rules。 9。 When can the man go on the Internet in the library? A。 11 pm, Friday。                  B。8 am, Saturday。            C。10 pm, Sunday。 听第8段材料,回答第10至12题。

10. What is one of the symptoms of the woman? A. Fast heartbeat.                  B. Shortness of breath.        C. Sharp neck pain. 11. How long will the woman’s pain usually last? A. About 10 minutes.              B. About 15 minutes.        C. About 20 minutes. 12. What will the woman do next? A. Have an operation.            B. Have some tests.        C. Have some medicines. 听第9段材料,回答第13至16题。

13。 What problem docs the man have now? A。 He can’t afford the late fee。 B。 He has missed the deadline。 C。 He has failed the math test。 14。 Why didn’t the man register the course at first? A。 The office was closed。 B。 The computer was out of service。 C。 The temporary worker rejected him。 15。 What information does the man need to provide actually? A。 His name and age。          B。 His driving record。        C。 Proof of his address。 16。 What is most likely to happen? A。 The woman will talk to the director。 B。 The director will let the man register。 C。 The man will have to wait until next term。 听第10段材料,回答第17至20题。

17. Who is Richard? A. A baby-sitter.              B. A researcher.            C. A children’s writer. 18. With whom do babies feel the most comfortable? A. Strange adults.              B. Baby-sitters.            C. Other babies. 19. How do babies react to unfamiliar babies? A. They reach out.              B. They show fear.            C. They start to cry. 20. What may the study lead to? A. Much more parenting time with babies. B. An increase in family-based day care centers. C. A greater demand for experienced babysitters. 第二部分 阅读理解(共两节,满分35分) 第一节(共10个小题;
每小题2.5分,满分25分) 阅读下列短文,从每题所给的A、B、C和D四个选项中,选出最佳选项,并在答题纸上将该项涂黑。

A I started reading Shakespeare when I was nine, after my grandfather, an actor, sent me a copyof Romeo and Juliet. The story and the language attracted me. I found out about Shakespeare Globe CentreNew Zealand (SGCNZ) and started volunteering for them when I was about 10. When I was 13, I managedto run a film project with SGCNZ. I’m home-educated and a part-time correspondence student (函授生) as well. We have a drama groupmade up of quite a few people who are also home-educated. I’ve also joined Wellington Young Actors, ayouth theatre company. There are many similarities and differences between being home-educated andattendinga five-day programme. I love hearing other students’ reactions when meeting them and share mydifferent ways of experiencing the world with them. While explaining the way I learn can be a challenge, I love helping people to understand there isn’t just one way of learning.  Being home-educated has offered me the freedom to have an individualized education and to pursuemy passions. My education has always been about making those focuses but I do lots of the same things aspeople who attend five-day programs do. Shakespeare is a great approach to lots of things around English,history and the arts. I think something you learn when you perform is connection. You have to have aconnection with your fellow actors, with the audience and with Shakespeare. I learn this from actuallybeing on stage and from taking part in different Shakespeare festival programs.  I believe it’s the emotion in Shakespeare that makes it relevant today. You can be reading somethingthat was written 400 years ago and be able to see parts of your life in the work as it shows you how tounderstand the world and explore a lot of different ideas. 21. What can “a five-day program” be? A. A film project                      B. A reading activity. C. School education.                      D. Stage performance. 22. Why does the author choose home education? A. To be different from others.            B. To better focus on his passions. C. To enjoy more personal freedom.        D. To improve his academic performance. 23. What do we know about the author? A. A famous young actor. B. A loyal program volunteer. C. A home education writer. D.A devoted Shakespeare-lover. B If 62 is the number in red on the top of your math test, for most of us, it"s a total disaster. Your entireweek is ruined, and 62 is what races through your head for the rest of the day. If9 is the number of likes onthat cute photo you posted the other day, many will feel rather disappointed. Our lives have become a constant system of ranks, assessments, and numbers. The days of passingjudgment on others based on personality are gone, and now we judge based on how good a person’snumbers are. We compare ourselves to the numbers of others, such as how low another person’s weight is,how high their paycheck. Self-worth is no longer based on quality of character, but quantity of numbers. In today’s social media consumed society, it has never been easier for people to broadcast theirnumbers to the world. A simple click of a button can take you to a page where you can observe the numberof friends or followers a person has. Teenagers have taken on this mentality that if you don"t have a certainnumber of followers, then you aren’t “cool”. Many feel they are not important if very few people arewitnessing their status updates. This state of mind is harmful and not at all accurate. Twitter and Facebookcan let the world witness your updates, but they will never let anyone see who you rally are. In the end,self-worth should be based on what you think of yourself, not what the world thinks of you. So next time you receive a failing grade or you lose a follower, remember that these things cannot andshould not define (定义) you. You are not your numbers. You are a person—a 3-D, living and breathingperson with ideas and creativity and love that the rigidity of numbers cannot represent. You are the thingsyou love and the things you laugh at and the way you treat others. 24. How does the author sound in Paragraph2? A. Regretful.          B. Conservative.          C. Doubtful.          D. Friendly. 25. According to the passage, teenagers believe it cool to . A. display their status updates              B. post heir daily doings online C. win recognition on social media          D.define their self-worth themselves 26. What can be a suitable title for the text? A. Numbers Make What You Are          B. You Are More Than a Number C. It’s Your Number That Matters          D. Let’s Stop Sharing Our Numbers C The clock always seems to be ticking rather too fast in the doctor’s office and the queue of patientsoutside the door seems to be pressing rather too hard. Some say it’s high time for the model of short, sharpone-to-one appointments to give way to shared medical appointments (SMAs). SMAs are doctor-patient visits in which a group of patients receive patient education and counseling(咨询), physical examination and medical support in a group setting. Typically SMAs are designed to haveone or more doctors attend to a group of patients who share a common illness or medical condition. Incontrast to one-to-one visits, SMAS provide a longer appointment time-frame as well as the opportunity forpatients to have improved access to their physicians and meanwhile pick up additional information andsupport from peers. However, doctors who have pioneered the shared appointment approach report that there aresignificant challenges involved. Dr. Sumego, director of shared medical appointments, Cleveland Clinic,identifies culture change as the most significant challenge. Physicians and nurses are trained in a model ofpersonal service and privacy; the SMA approach is a fundamental challenge to those fixed ideas. Theyneed shared goals and a way of testing the innovation against agreed standards. Dr. Sumego says, “The physicians may be worried about the possible chaos and efficiencies that are marketed. They also have to make the patients understand what their appointment is, and what the expectation is.” “So, if an organization was looking to start shared medical appointments, I would advise them to start the buy-in from a few champion physicians, develop the work-flow and develop some experience. Provide some support behind what that best practice should look like. Create some standards so that, as the concept spreads, you can employ that experience to start the next shared medical appointments and the next.” 27. What is the purpose of the SMA approach? A. To improve medical service.              B. To promote doctors’ reputation. C. To conduct medical research.              D. To meet patients’ expectation. 28. According to Dr. Sumego, what prevents the SMA approach from being widely adopted? A. Personal service.                          B. Fixed ideas.         C. Lack of equipment.                      D. Shared goals. 29. What can the underlined “buy-in”in Paragraph 4 be replaced by? A. Support.          B. Organization.          C. Purchase.          D. Practice. 30. What can be learned about the SMA approach in the last paragraph? A. It is currently being questioned. B. It is impractical in some areas. C. It will enjoy wide popularity soon. D. It should be carried out step by step. 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。选项中有两项为余外选项。

Actions speak louder than words。 A smile says, “I like you。 You make me happy。” That’s why dogs make such a hit。 They are so glad to see us that they almost jump out of their skins。  31  A baby’s smile has the same effect。 Have you ever been in a doctor’s waiting room and looked around at all the sad faces waiting impatiently to be seen? There were six or seven patients waiting when a young woman came in with a nine month-old baby。 She sat down next to a gentle man who was more than a little impatient about the long wait for service。 The baby just looked up at him with that great big smile that is so characteristic of babies。  32  Soon he struck up a conversation with the woman about her baby and his grand-children and then the entire reception room joined in, and the boredom and tension were changed into a pleasant and enjoyable experience。 。  33  Telephone companies throughout the US have a program called “phone power” which isoffered to employees who use the telephone for selling their services or products。 In this program theysuggest that you smile when talking on the phone。 Your “smile” comes through in your voice。 You don’t feel like smiling?34 If you are alone, force yourself to whistle or hum a tune or sing。Act as if you were already happy, and that will lend to make you happy。 Your smile is a messenger of your goodwill。 35To someone who has seen a dozen people frownor turn their faces away, your smile is like the sun breaking through the clouds。 Especially when thatsomeone is under pressure from his bosses, his customers, his teachers or parents or children, a smile canhelp him realize that all is not hopeless—that there is joy in the world。 A。 He smiled back at the baby。 B。 Well, force yourself to smile。 C。 Smile gets much easier with practice。 D。 So, naturally, we are glad to see them。 E。 Your smile brightens the lives of all who see it。 : F。 The effect of a smile is powerful, even when it is unseen。 G。 We should give others a real smile, a smile that comes from within。 第三部分 语言运用 (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,从短文后各题所给的A、B、C和D四个选项中,选出可以填入空白处的最佳选项,并在答题纸上将该项涂黑。

It was just a harmless Valentine’s Day joke。 Old Lady Hayes 36it。 She used to scream at us for“borrowing”a few of her precious raspberries(木莓)。 like we were37。gold。 George practiced 38 the box out of reach by the string。 I couldn’t wait to see it fly away whenshe tried to pick it up。 I was first to 39my dad in the doorway。 I froze。 Within seconds, my40was shared by allDad walked slowly to the empty candy box。 He picked it up, and watched it swing back and forth。 Then helooked into the eyes ofthe41 boys。 “It doesn’t seem so long ago that I was playing Valentine’s Day 42,” he said,“One year mycousins and I decided to try one on our Grandma Walker43 we loved her。 We just wanted to havesome44。 We sneaked up to her45and drew a gift there with red paint。 Then we kicked thedoor and46 behind the bushes。 When Grandma 47 appeared, she looked down。 Even from 15feet away we could see the in her eyes。 Grandma49 for the fresh paint。 Slowly,she 50 our joke。 She tried to smile, absently wiping red paint on her clean and white apron (围裙)。” Dad  51  and for the first time I noticed that his eyes were  52  “Grandma died later that year。 I never had another  53   to give her a real valentine。” Later that night a red, heart-shaped box was  54  on Mrs。 Hayes’ front doorstep。 We hid behind the bushes to see how she would  55  to receiving a full box of candy。 。 36。 A。 deserved             B。 got                 C。 made                 D。 called 37。 A。 finding                 B。 stealing             C。 buying             D。 giving 38。 A。 opening             B。 closing             C。 pulling                D。 putting  39。 A。 know                B。 observe             C。 watch                 D。 notice 40。 A。 happiness             B。 anxiety             C。 excitement             D。 curiosity 41。 A。 frightened             B。 surprised             C。 delighted             D。 amused 42。 A。 jokes                 B。 games             C。 roles                 D。 sports 43。 A。 even though             B。 so that             C。 in case             D。 as if 44。 A。 trouble                 B。 influence             C。 time                 D。 fun 45。 A。 room                B。 house                 C。 doorstep             D。 window 46。 A。 sat                 B。 hid                 C。 stood                 D。 fled  47。 A。 gradually             B。 suddenly             C。 frequently             D。 finally 48。 A。 hurt                 B。 joy                 C。 trust                 D。 concern 49。 A。 reached             B。 searched             C。 asked                 D。 waited 50。 A。 turned into             B。 gave away             C。 figured out             D。 talked about 51。 A。 left                 B。 finished             C。 started             D。 paused 52。 A。 weak                 B。 bright                 C。 open                 D。 wet 53。 A。 solution             B。 method             C。 chance             D。 example 54。 A。 opened                 B。 carried             C。 placed             D。 made 55。 A。 reply                 B。 react                 C。 refer                 D。 return

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