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宁夏银川一中2020届高三英语上学期第二次月考试卷(附答案及听力)

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M银川一中2020届高三年级第二次月考
英 语 试 卷
注意事项:
1.答卷前,考生务必将自己的姓名、准考证号填写在答题卡上。
2.回答选择题时,选出每小题的答案后,用铅笔把答题卡上对应题目的答案标号涂黑。如需改动,用橡皮擦干净后,再选涂其他答案标号。回答非选择题时,将答案写在答题卡上。写在本试卷及草稿纸上无效。
3.考试结束后,将本试卷和答题卡一并交回。
第一部分:听力理解(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.$19.15.                   B.$9.18                  C.$9.15
答案是C.
1. Who made the food?
A. The woman.            B. A cook in the Granny’s.         C. The woman’s grandma.
2. Where does the conversation take place probably?
A. In a taxi.                B. At a hotel.                     C. In an airport.
3. How much does the coffee cost exactly?
A. 3 dollars.                B. 4 dollars.                   C. 5 dollars.
4. What was the man doing just now probably?
A. Having a class.        B. Reading a book.             C. Having a meeting.
5. What does the man think of the news?
A. Absurd.                  B. Normal.                    C. Confusing.
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,从每题所给的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。
请听第6段材料,回答第6至7题。
6. Why is the boy forbidden from playing video games?
A. He hasn’t finished his homework.        
B. He failed the math exam.            
C. It’s bad for his eyes.
7. What has the boy already done?
A. Cleaned the furniture.         B. Swept the floor.           C. Done the laundry
请听第7段材料,回答第8至9题。
8. Where does the man want to post the ad?
A. In the campus.            B. On the newspaper.        C. On the Internet.
9. How often is the cleaning lady expected to come?
A. Every day.                B. Twice a week.            C. Three times a week.
请听第8段材料,回答第10至12题。
10. What does the man think about Physics?
A. Attractive.                B. Boring.                C. Complex.
11. What did the tutor suggest the woman do?
A. Focus on her main courses.            
B. Join the Great Outdoors Clubs.                
C. Put more efforts on metal working class.
12. What is the woman going to do next?
A. Go to the lab.            B. Go to class.                C. Take a walk.
请听第9段材料,回答第13至16题。
13. What’s the relationship between the speakers?
A. Colleagues.                B. Father and daughter.        C. Husband and wife.
14. What university did Katie choose?
A. Yale University.            B. MIT.                    C. Harvard University.
15. Why does Katie feel down recently?
A. She can’t go fishing.                
B. She failed an exam.                    
C. She found she was not the only best.
16. How does the man feel about Katie’s frustration?
A. Happy.                    B. Indifferent.                 C. Worried.
请听第10段材料,回答第17至20题。
17. When do high schoolers in Dobbs Ferry start their class now?
A. At 7:30 a.m.            B. At 8:15 a.m.            C. At 9:00 a.m.
18. What benefit do students get from the policy?
A. They have more playtime.            
B. They can study much later at night.
C. They can concentrate more easily.
19. What is the new schedule like in Solebury School?
A. Changing 6 classes per day to 4 classes.                
B. Shorten per class to 50 minutes.
C. Starting morning class half an hour later on Wednesdays.
20. What do we know about Rick Tony?
A. He is the Director of Administration.            
B. He teaches math.        
C. His school is in New York City.
二、阅读理解:(每小题2分,共计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
Young readers will discover dinosaurs, stars, explorers, landmarks and more in the following maps and travel books chosen by Vivien Godfrey, head of Stanfords.
Maps Special Edition, £25
This book was already popular in our children’s area and has been made even better with this special edition, which includes 16 new maps. The collection of 68 maps takes you through 58 countries and six continents. It is packed with illustrated information, which includes famous historical figures, local dishes, some festivals, wild animals and landmarks.
Maps of the United Kingdom, £17.99
We made Maps of the United Kingdom first available at the Stanfords store in London. Technically aimed at children, it contains lots of information and facts. It’s very well put together, especially when it comes to choosing the seven famous people with a connection to their special place: Philip Pullman, for instance, is associated with Norfolk.
Harry Potter’s London: The Film Location Walk, £3.99
Harry Potter’s London is a map that covers information on three walks taken in the best of the central London locations in the hugely popular films. The walks cover Piccadilly Circus, Westminster Bridge via Trafalgar Square, and King’s Cross, with its famous Platform 9¾.
Usborne First Sticker Book Flags, £5.99
    Learn the flag of every country in the world by placing the flag stickers on the correct countries on the maps. This contains interesting facts about countries and why certain flags have their particular designs. There are fun questions throughout, including, “Some African flags have a diagonal stripe. How many can you find?”
21. Maps Special Edition can offer readers knowledge about__________.
    A. popular festivals around the world.    
B. the people and culture of many places.   
C. some of children’s favorite books.  
D. different editions of the world map
22. What does Maps of the United Kingdom especially do well in?
A. Aiming at children of different ages.                    
B. Containing information and facts
C. Linking people with places.                
D. Introducing activities in London.
23. What can readers do with Usborne First Sticker Book Flags?
  A. Ask questions about the origin of countries.                
B. Make different designs for some countries’ flags.      
C. Match flag facts with the history of countries.          
D. Find countries’ flags of various designs.
B
Hundreds of thousands of kids from over 80 countries will skip school later this year and take to the streets to save our planet. It is a plea ( 恳求) to government officials and business leaders to take immediate action against climate change.
The global youth environmental movement began with a single concerned teenager-l6-year-old Greta Thunberg. The Swedish resident was first exposed to climate change when she was just eight years old. She says, “I remember when a I was younger, our teachers showed us films of plastic in the ocean, starving polar bears and so on. I cried through all the movies. Those pictures were stuck in my head."
Over the next few years, the youngster convinced her parents to reduce their carbon footprint. Her mother, a world-famous opera singer, stopped flying, even though it severely impacted her career, while her father became a vegetarian.
In 2018, following a record heat wave in Europe and a series of massive forest fires in Sweden, the young girl decided to take her concerns to a national level. She organized a school strike, but the effort failed. However, that did not stop the determined teen from trying to achieve her goal. From August 20, 2018 to September 9, 2018-the day of Sweden's general elections- Greta skipped school and spent the days sitting on the pavement outside the parliament building in central Stockholm.
“I painted the sign on a piece of wood and, for the flyers, wrote down some facts I thought everyone should know,” she recalls. “The first day, I sat alone from about 8:30 am to 3 pm-the regular school day. And then on the second day, people started joining me. After that, there were people there all the time.”
Greta now attends school four days a week and spends every Friday protesting outside the parliament building. She plans on continuing this until the Swedish government's environmental policies align with those outlined in the Paris Climate Agreement. The young activist, praised by experts as “the best news for the climate movement in decades”, has also become the unlikely face of the environmental debate.
24. What do we know about Greta from the passage?
A. She has badly performed in school since childhood.
B. She was deeply influenced by eco-destruction movies at a young age
C. She wants to get a chance to meet some famous politicians.
D. She asked her parents to decrease their working hours to reduce their carbon footprint.
25. What was the purpose of Greta’ s action?
A. To urge the government to improve the environmental policies.
B. To share her paintings and flyers with more people.
C. To encourage more young teenagers to skip school to help her.
D. To call for compulsory climate change education in schools.
26. What do the underlined words “align with” mean in the last     paragraph?
A. Get along with.                      B. Deal with.
C. Come into line with                     D. Compete with.
27. What can be a suitable title for the passage?
A. Worldwide Youth Plan                  B. Discussion About a Strike
C. An Unforgettable Picture                  D. Teen Environmental Campaign
C
    They hide in trees, hang from helicopter, and even follow people down on motorcycles-all so that they can snap a shot of a celebrity. They are paparazzi-photographers who make a living by taking pictures of the rich and famous.
This September, California, a state with plenty of celebrities, passed a law aimed at taking action against paparazzi. The law forbids photographers from entering private property to take pictures, from using high-tech devices to take pictures of people on private property, and from “persistently following in order to take a picture”. Violators can be fined or spend time in prison. The United State Congress is considering passing a similar law.
Supporters of the California law say it will protect the privacy of celebrities, whom paparazzi have been bothering for years. Opponents say the law restricts photo-journalists from doing their job.
Most celebrities seem to like having their pictures taken when they are in public at award shows or other events. After all, it’s free publicity. But when they’re not in public, they say, photographers should leave them alone. Yet paparazzi have been known to secretly look in windows and worse. Actor Michael J. Fox said that paparazzi have even “tried to pretend to be medical personnel at the hospital where my wife was giving birth to our son”.
Celebrities have as much right to their privacy as anyone else, supporters of the law state. Supporters further argue that the California law is a fair way to keep the press at bay, because the law still allows photographers to do their job. It only punishes them, supporters say, when they violate celebrities’ privacy.
Opponents of the law say it violates the First Amendment to the United States Constitution, which guarantees that no laws will be made to limit “the freedom of speech, or of the press”. Although some people might not consider paparazzi a part of the legal press, the California law does not single out paparazzi. It applies to photographers working for any publication. Opponents of the law are also concerned about its wording. “Does ‘persistently’ mean following someone for six minutes, six seconds, or six days?” asked lawyer Douglas Mirell. The wording of the law is too vague, critics complain, and could be used to punish almost any news photographers.

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