李兆基中学 2019 届高三第二次月考英语试题
(考试时间:120 分钟 第一部分阅读理解共两节,满分 40 分) 第一节(共 15 小题;毎小题 2 分,满分 30 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。 A Head to one of these festivals and you'll find critically praised bands, first-rate literature and peaceful settings for enjoying fresh juice as the sun goes down Primavera Sound, Barcelona, Spain May 31-june 4 Primavera has become the go-to festival for those who love good tunes, but can't bear the thought of a weekend s camping Bands play at the Pare del Forum, with party goers either staying in hotels or rented apartments. This years artists include Wild Beasts Broken Social Scene and Japandroids Melt. Grafenhainichen, Germany July 14-16 Melt’ s reputation as Europe’ s biggest party festival has been assured for years Techno and house DJS provide lots of entertainment, fitting perfectly with the attractive setting in an industrial museum between Leipzig and Berlin. Bigger names include, too, such as the talented Warpaint and the sleepy beats of Bonobo Roskilde, Denmark June 24-july 1 One of Europe's biggest festivals, Roskilde is centuries-long in music history Big acts like Foo Fighters and The Weekend provide the main draw. It’s in the outer fields where things get interesting, with street art in 试卷满分:120 分)


Graffiti City and the Ghettoblaster for some hardcore party action. Port Eliot, Cornwall, UK July 27-30 Set in the grounds of a beautiful stately home in St Germans, Cornwall, Port Eliot is unlike any other festivals. Festival goers can explore the rooms of the attractive house, go wild swimming in the river and take part in workshops on everything from cheese-making to food-searching. Or they can simply spend time listening to the best alternative music out there. This is a relaxing festival for modern life 1. In which country can people see Wild Beasts on June 2? A. Spain B. Germany, C. Denmark. D. The UK

2. Which festival has a history of over 100 years according to the text? A Primavera Sound. B. Melt. C. Roskilde D. Port Eliot

3. What is special about Port Eliot? A. It gives party goers chances to play music B. It provides rooms for party goers to live in C. It provides party goers with hands-on experiences D Its host city is located between the river and the sea B All too often, when children are diagnosed with a disability or serious illness, their world is filled with appointments and disappointments. They might face lengthy hospital stays and painful treatments, not to mention missed opportunities to be a kid. Madison Steiner-nicknamed “Peach” is making a difference in these children’s lives by giving them the gift of recognizing their individuality that shines through their health conditions. In 2011, she decided to put her caring on canvas (帆布)-but instead of turning to a traditional art medium, she started painting custom sneakers for children living with serious health conditions. As her giving gained strength, Steiner founded a nonprofit organization, Peach’s Neet Feet, based in her home state of New Mexico. Today, with the help of

dozens of artists across the US, Peach’s Neet Feet provides 50 pairs of shoes to children each month. Each pair is customized for a specific child’s interests and courageous fight. The organization coordinates(协调) donations with more than 20 hospitals and other nonprofit ones nationwide. Since 2011, Peach's Neet Feet has donated more than 3,000 pairs shoes and helped 4,000 families with other services, including care packages for children (with toys and art supplies), necessities for families facing lengthy hospital stays “Peach Parties” and other events to raise funds and community awareness, and a support network for children and families In 2012. Steiner s work was honored as the winner of the Random Acts of Kindness Foundations Extreme Kindness Challenge, which gave Peach’s Neet Feet the opportunity to work with Storytellers for Good to produce a video about the shoes impact. Steiner was a guest speaker at the Chopra Foundation Sages and Scientists Symposium 2013, and Peach 's Neet Feet received the Sheckler Foundation 's “Be The Change” award in May 2014. In September 2014, she spoke at the 5th annual TED&ABQ conference in Albuquerque, N.M. 4. Which of the following words can best describe Peach according to the text? A .Creative and helpful. C. Considerate and modest. B. Confident and straightforward D. Easy-going and productive.

5. What is special about the shoes offered by Steiner? A. They can cure the kids of the cancer. C. They are rare and valuable for collectors and needs 6. What does Peach 's Neet Feet provide for the people besides the art shoes? A. Help in the form of check C .Company in hospital. B. Medical care for patients D. A support network for sick kids B. They can be transformed into a toy. D. They are made to suit special tastes

7. What does the last paragraph mainly talk about? A. Steiner 's ambition C. Steiner s passion to the charity. Parties”

B. Steiner s achievements D. The activities held by“ Peach

C Ask any of my stepchildren and they 'll agree: The quickest way to produce a long and angry shout is to complain, " It's not fair!"I can go on and on about how fairness has nothing to do with who gets the slightly larger cookie, and how important it is to be gratitude for all of the incredible privileges we have. And yet, I displayed right by those inspiring quotes about thankfulness posted by family and friends on Facebook. I’ve laughed at the concept of keeping a gratitude journal, a daily diary of things in my life to be thankful for, as seen on Oprah and in many studies about happiness. (Despite all the evidence to recommend it, keeping one just doesn’t feel like me.) But according to a recent study, people who practise gratitude are more joyful and optimistic and less lonely, I would love to experience all of those things, so why do I get all sick inside when I hear about practising gratitude? The biggest reason is that it sometimes feels slightly dishonest. Earlier this year, though, I decided it was time to give gratitude a real chance; I wanted to see firsthand if it would change my outlook. Then, a stream of terrible things happened-it felt like every night on the news there was another tragedy, and it felt like the whole world was going to ruin. Putting aside a few minutes a day to think about all the awesome things in my life felt both unimportant and disrespectful. But I sat down and tried it. While I wouldn 't go as far as a journal, I did try to spend a few minutes each day feeling thankful. And something clicked. Allowing myself small moments of gratitude didn’t feel as tired as I thought it would, it felt uplifting, even restorative. I realized that gratitude as a goal still makes me change. Appreciating what we have can help us understand what other people are, both far away and closer to home. 8. Why does the author mention the story of his stepchildren? A. To introduce the topic of the text C. To show how fair he is to them gratitude

B. To express they are specially naughty D. To present the benefits of practicing

9. What was the author s attitude to practising gratitude in daily life in the beginning? A. Supportive, B. Disapproving. C. Ambiguous. D. Relaxed

10. How did the author feel when actually practising gratitude earlier this year? A. Spiritless. B. Respectful. C. Amused. D. Proud

11. What does the author mean by saying w And something clicked" in the last paragraph? A. The changes happened to him. C. Small moments were valuable B. The living conditions got worse. D. The help was timely and important D The effect on happiness of exposure to nitrogen dioxide (NO2), a gas mostly produced in diesel fumes(柴油机, is comparable to the effect from losing a job, ending a relationship or the death of a partner, research suggests The study found a “significant and negative association” between life satisfaction and levels of the pollutant, which causes lung problems. Sarah J Knight and Peter Howley of York University took life satisfaction data from the British Household Panel Survey and UK Household Longitudinal Survey and compared it with detailed air quality records from the Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs Given that far more people are exposed to NO, than suffer unemployment or end a relationship, Knight and Howley suggest that the benefits to society from reducing such emissions (排放) would be substantive The highest levels of NO2 occur in London, with the lowest levels in parts of south-west England. The capital has the honour of being home to the worst NO2. hotspot in Europe: Marylebone Road, which recorded the highest annual mean levels of the pollutant, more than double the legal EU limit Pollution from nitrogen oxides (NO)is responsible for tens of the thousands of premature deaths(过早死) across Europe, with the UK suffering a particularly high toll. Much of the pollution is produced by diesel cars, which emit about six times more than allowed in the official

lab-based tests. The European Environment Agency said the UK had 11,940 premature deaths in 2013 from NO, The number was down from 14. 100 in the previous year, but was still the second worst in Europe after Italy. 12. Which can replace the underlined word substantive" in paragraph 3? A. terrible B. real C. normal D. special

13. Which of the following areas was worst polluted by NO2? A. Southwest England C. Marylebone Road B. Southeast England. D. The rural area near London

14.How many premature deaths were caused by nitrogen dioxide in the UK in 2012? A.11,940. B.14,100. C.15,100. D.19,140

15. What can be the best title for the text? A. How to deal with air pollution efficiently. B. The biggest killer of man nowadays-air pollution C. Diesel fumes should be responsible for air pollution. D. Air pollution from NO2/ NO is as bad for happiness as partners death 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。 Many of us deal with mental health challenges on a daily basis. Being fed a steady diet of destructive world events only serves to make that harder, So I’ve decided to share a few strategies to avoid being completely broken down by the newsfeed right now. 16 You'll find it easier to make this mental mindshift if you make a conscious effort to boost your level of positive emotion by doing things you enjoy and spending time with people you love. Positive emotions leave the door open to possibility while negative emotions keep the door shut. Recognize that there s a difference between being absorbed and being informed. Sure, you want to be aware of what's happening in the world, but that doesn’t mean that you have to be absorbed into your Twitter or Facebook And aim for a balanced

media diet. 17

.Move toward the good, too

Look for opportunities to take action. -18 .But by carrying through on sort of positive action, however small (writing a letter, making a donation, attending a face-to-face get-together in your town), you' ll feel good. And that will help to stop what can otherwise quickly change into negative feelings of anxiety and sadness. 19 Reach out-don t break down inward. Connect with other caring citizens who share your concern about what s happening in our country and our world. Talk to other people you know who may be going through an especially difficult time right now. of support if you feel like you re really struggling. A. Say no sometimes B. Hold your sense of optimism C. It doesn't have to be something huge D. Don' t just focus on the really bad news E. Doing good deeds can also relax social anxiety F. Feeling powerless fuels anxiety,; taking action brings it down G. Let them know that you will be there to support them and that you care 第二部分语言知识运用(共两节,满分 45 分) 第一节(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。 Last week, we went to the park again. My little five-year-old daughter Ruthie seemed _21 standing at the base of the huge rock climbing wall. On our first visit, Ruthie had 22 me to let her try climbing the wall, but I had 23 her, afraid that she was 24 However, this time the tiny girl made it to the top, while kids twice her size 25 about halfway up. When she touched the 26 again, I asked, " How do you do that?


.Finally, reach out for other types

" I just do it, "she said with a shrug (耸肩), and started on her second pass. Seemingly, if I learnt the 27 ,I could climb the wall myself. 28 I doubted if

I could even do it, with a little 29 , I entered the arena(竟技场) As I began my_30 , I was excited by my own 31 for trying something so difficult. Then, only ten feet up, my 32 and toes started to tire, and there was 33 no place to rest My 34 disappeared with the apprehension that I was going to 35 and fall. 36 will lock up our muscles and minds To perform, we have to stay loose,“ Just

do it”,I_37 myself,climbing bravely. One. Two, Three, I was at the top. I did it! That day on the rock wall 38 me for my life. Whenever 39 envelop me in icy

anxiety, I continue moving by 40 to myself the secret of doing something hard and scary: Just do it. 21. A, stronger 22.Aordered 23.Adoubted 24.A. undersized 25.A. broke down 27.A. truth 28.A. Because 29.A. love 30. A. climb 31.A. happiness 32.A. brain 33. A. gradually B. smaller B. encouraged B. denied B, overweight B. calmed down B. audience B. idea B. When B. hesitation B, travel B. bravery B. eyes B. frequently C. taller C. begged C, confirmed C. frightened C. set off C. wall C. method C. Although C. care C. lesson C, strength C. fingers C. hardly C. satisfaction C, regret C. Shame C. reminded C. instructed D. weaker D. advised D. persuaded D. dangerous D. moved on D. ground D, secret D. Why D. delay D. competition D, innocence D, mind D. absolutely D. confusion D. escape D. Failure D. praised D. promised

34.A.disappointment B. excitement 35.A.slip 36.A. Fear 37.A. warned 38.A. discouraged B. succeed B. Pain B, criticized B. beat

39. A. confidence 40.A. responding

B, possibilities B, objecting

C. achievement C. complaining

D. difficulties D. whispering

第二节(共 10 小题;每小题 1.5 分,满分 15 分) 阅读下面短文,在空白处填入 1 个适当的单词或括号内单词的正确形式。 While out hunting for ducks near Perry Lake, Kansas, Jake Atkins and his friend accidentally got trapped in sinking mud, 41 they unknowingly walked right into. We were walking side-by-side 42 suddenly we both sank to knee depth in the mud and we tried to struggle ourselves out but it ended up 43 (be) waist deep, Atkins (far),

said. They realized that if they struggled any more, they would only sink 44

so Atkins called 9l1 and they tried to stay as still as possible until help arrived. Atkins ' dog, Otis, waited 45 the nearby bushes uneasily. But the firefighters failed to save his 46 (own) because if they 47 (walk) onto the mud, they would have sunk, too. So there was no way for them to get the rope to the 48 (stick) men. Then, Otis jumped up to take action. Hopefully, Atkins told them just to tie the rope onto Otis when those firefighters had to get out of the bushes. Otis 49 (brave)walked

out onto the sinking mud three times 50 (rescue) the men. By the final trip, Otis was crying from tiredness but refused to rest until Atkins was safe. “He followed me as they were pulling me.” Atkins said. 第三部分写作共两节,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。 My mother is always busy doing her housework every day. Yesterday morning I was determined to giving her a hand and do some washing. After picking out one of my

shirt and a coat, I washed and then hung it out. It was when I brought them in at the dusk that I found something terribly had happened. All of them looked different from that they had been before Mom explained to me that the shirt should washed in warm water or that the coat needed to be dry-cleaned only. I will wash them as the directions said on the label next time. 第二节书面表达(满分 25 分) 假定你是李华,想要邀请外籍老师 Jim 参加学校课外活动一京剧脸谱艺术展。请你给他 写一封电子邮件,内容包括: 1.活动的时间和地点; 2.活动内容(看展出;画脸谱. ) 注意: 1.词数 120 左右; 2.可以适当增加细节,以使行文连贯; 3.开头和结尾已给出,不计入总词数 参考词汇:京剧脸谱 Peking Opera facial make-up [un]. Dear Jim, _______________________________________________________________________________ _______________________________________________________________________________ _______________________________________________________________________________ ____________ Yours sincerely, Li Hua



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