分。考试时间 120 分钟。
2017 年 5 月
第一卷 （选择题，共 85 分）
第一部分：听力(共两节，满分 20 分) 做题时，先将答案标在试卷上。听力录音部分结束后，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 分，满分 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 is the man going to do? A. To use the toilet. A. To get more money. 3. What do we learn about Shawn? A. He changes jobs frequently. B. He is careless about his looks. C. He shaves every other day. 4. What does the man suggest doing first tonight? A. Playing tennis. B. Seeing a movie. C. Having a big dinner. 5. What does the woman want the man to do? A. To get the work done soon. B. To work extra hours at night. C. To count on the information. 第二节（共 15 小题；每小题 1 分，满分 15 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 5 秒钟阅读各个小题；听完后，每个小题将给出 5 秒钟的作答时间。每段对话或独白读两遍。 听第 6 段材料，回答第 6 至 7 题。 6. How long will it take them to get to the museum? A. Around 6 minutes. B. More than 20 minutes. C. Less than 20 minutes. 7. What do we know from the conversation? A. The woman has been to the place several times. B. The woman must have looked up at the tall buildings. C. The woman doesn’t like Mexican food. 听第 7 段材料，回答第 8 至 10 题。 高三英语 第 1 页（共 11 页） B. To have a rest. B. To help the woman. C. To ask for a lift. C. To have some candy. 2. Why did the man give the money to the old woman?
8. What is possible relationship between the two speakers? A. Relatives. B. Colleagues. C. Strangers. 9. What did the man do to help the woman? A. He called the ambulance. B. He fetched her some chocolates. C. He rushed her to the hospital. 10. What is her son’s telephone number? A. 2024-328 2576. B. 2024-328 2756. C. 2024-257 6326. 听第 8 段材料，回答第 11 至 13 题。 11. Why did the man hesitate when first told the news? A. He knew he was not qualified. B. He was afraid it would take too much time. C. He was not interested in becoming a student leader. 12. What does the woman think about becoming a student leader? A. It will affect one’s studies. B. It is not suitable for a woman. C. It helps to gain experience in social work. 13. What has the woman been doing? A. Doing some research. B. Attending theme lectures. C. Working on a book. 听第 9 段材料，回答第 14 至 16 题。 14. What does the man claim about the speed limit sign? A. It is not clearly visible. B. He did not notice it. C. It says 45 miles an hour. 15. What do we know about the man’s driving license? A. It should have been renewed two months ago. B. It is taken away by the police. C. It is no longer valid. 16. What serious punishment does the man get? A. He is given a ticket. B. His license is canceled. C. He is nearly given a warning. 听第 10 段材料，回答第 17 至 20 题。 17. What is the real gift the speaker talks about? A. A diamond ring. B. A hi-tech item. C. A brain cancer. 18. When did the speaker get the gift? A. About five months ago. B. About three months ago. C. About three days ago. 19. What does the speaker benefit from the gift? A. She sets up a new family. B. She is more loved and appreciated. C. She makes fifty-five thousand dollars. 20. Why does the speaker tell us this story? A. To share with us a positive attitude to misfortunes. B. To push us to be more creative and open-minded. C. To encourage us to seek this sort of gift like hers.
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第二部分：英语知识运用（共两节，满分 35 分） 第一节：单项填空 （共 15 小题；每小题 1 分，满分 15 分） 请阅读下面各题, 从题中所给的 A、 B、 C、 D 四个选项中, 选出最佳选项, 并在答题卡上将该项涂黑。 21. The important thing in life is to have a great aim, and the ________ to achieve it. A. acquisition B. comprehension C. determination D. satisfaction 22. The infrastructure of a country is ________ makes everything run well, including things like transport, irrigation, electricity and schools. A. which B. that C. where D. what 23. The Palace of Versailles, France’s national treasure, has ________ many changes in its century-long history while keeping its beauty. A. gone through B. taken on C. led to D. showed off 24. — Where is Gary? — He is at the library studying for his German test on Wednesday. In fact, he ________ for the test every day over the past week. A. has reviewed B. was reviewing C. has been reviewing D. had been reviewing 25. The man was in a ________ condition with severe injuries to his legs after being attacked by a shark in far north Queensland. A. skeptical B. critical C. practical D. physical 26. In my opinion, one’s individual income does not wholly reflect the extent ________ one’s self-value and social value are realized. A. of which B. with which C. on which D. to which 27. — Penny’s baby daughter narrowly escaped drinking the furniture polish on the coffee table. — Luckily for her. She ________ sick or even died. A. could have got C. must have got B. should have got D. will have got
28. The majority of new businesses fail because, ________ they have a product or service that fills a gap in the market, they usually lack the skills in sales, marketing, and administration. A. now that B. even if C. as long as D. as though 29. In the virtual laboratory environment created in the VR app, students can ________ a particular experiment before doing them in a real lab. A. reveal B. reserve C. preview D. provide 30. — The movie Lalaland is awesome. It’s really a pity that you didn’t make it. — Sorry, I ________. I was too busy then. A. didn’t B. did C. wouldn’t D. would 31. Owing to The Chinese Poetry Competition, publications on classical Chinese literature are __________ a significant share of storage space at the bookstore. A. taking up B. dividing up C. breaking up D. putting up 32. Newly ________ chairman of the Chinese Basketball Association, Yao Ming has put reforming the domestic game’s management at the top of his agenda. A. appointing B. appointed C. being appointed D. having appointed 33. — Never in my life ________ such an embarrassment. They threw apples at me. — Well. Fortunately watermelons are out of season. A. I received B. was I received C. I have been received D. have I received
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34. ________ individual players, we have a great team but the problem is that they don’t play football together well at all. A. On top of 35. — I am worn out. — Me too, all work and no play. So it’s time to ________. A. burn the midnight oil B. push the limits C. go with the flow D. call it a day 第二节: 完形填空 (共 20 小题；每小题 1 分, 满分 20 分) 请认真阅读下面短文, 从短文后各题所给的 A、B、C、D 四个选项中, 选出最佳选项, 并在答题卡上 将该项涂黑。 When one hitchhikes — travelling by getting lifts from passing vehicles without paying, one 36 long hours either waiting at a likely intersection (岔路口) or 37 heavily down the road, and when I was so engaged, I found 38 in singing songs or in reciting the many poems I had memorized, or 39 the latest postcards I had added to my art collection. I was in many ways the 40 boy on the road, in other ways the richest, and I was always happy to be on the road meeting new people, hearing new stories and seeing new 41 . I have 42 been clever enough to analyze the motivation or drive for my hitchhiking, but I doubt that it was related to any 43 weakness. I have never been out of mind. Home was not exciting enough to keep me 44 to it. I had no material 45 of any kind to hold my interest for long periods of time staying home. 46 I was not unhappy with my family, my school and my friends. When I was 47 , hiking with very little money and a thousand miles from home, I was convinced that I would 48 my journey safely, for I was quite optimistic as a boy then with 49 life before me. So it was with me when I was at sixty — I was still optimistic with so many 50 behind me. It seems that I was born to 51 at the world, and such men do not write tragedies. The simple fact seems that whenever I saw that 52 road outside my house, I was 53 to explore what it was like. What Walt Whitman once said would always push me to go on : ―Afoot and light-hearted I take to the open 54 , healthy, free, the world before me, the long brown path before me leading wherever I 55 .‖ That makes a difference to my life. 36. A. saves B. spends C. enjoys D. kills 37. A. walking B. running C. driving D. riding 38. A. comfort B. bore C. adventure D. pain 39. A. sending B. recalling C. designing D. buying 40. A. dullest B. busiest C. poorest D. laziest 41. A. movies B. shows C. landscapes D. exhibitions 42. A. always B. sometimes C. often D. never 43. A. economical B. moral C. physical D. mental 44. A. tied B. adjusted C. opposed D. exposed 45. A. conditions B. possessions C. preparations D. occasions 46. A. Otherwise B. Thus C. Besides D. Yet 47. A. lonely B. young C. free D. sad 48. A. continue B. complete C. combine D. control 49. A. experienced B. untested C. foreseen D. fantastic 50. A. blessings B. achievements C. differences D. challenges 51. A. smile B. spit C. shout D. sigh 52. A. beautiful B. rough C. mysterious D. dangerous 53. A. frightened B. determined C. worried D. surprised 54. A. road B. door C. window D. air 55. A. start B. choose C. know D. change 高三英语 第 4 页（共 11 页） B. By means of C. In terms of D. In case of
第三部分: 阅读理解 (共 15 小题; 每小题 2 分, 满分 30 分) 请认真阅读下列短文, 从短文后各题所给的 A、B、C、D 四个选项中, 选出最佳选项, 并在答题卡上 将该项涂黑。 A
SUMMER SCHOOL PROGRAMS READING/LANGUAGE ARTS AND MATH PROGRAMS
Hyde Park Day School Summer Program offers an intensive multisensory (多感 官 ) reading and math program for students with learning disabilities, in 2nd through 8th grade. Students can enroll in either or both programs. The Program aims to: ● To improve understanding of sound/letter relationships and phonemic rules; ● To improve reading and listening comprehension; ● To review and strengthen grade-appropriate math concepts, operations, and word problems. Math June 20 – July 29, 2017 8:15 AM – 9:20 AM ● Cost: $1,300 (no class July 4th) Reading/Language Arts June 20 – July 29, 2017 9:20 AM – 12:30 PM ● Cost: $2,800 (no class July 4th) PARENTS ARE STRONGLY ENCOURAGED TO APPLY BY MARCH 28TH. ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ Students participating in the Northfield Campus Summer Math Program may join Tick Tock Child Care, a licensed facility for children through age 12 with flexible hours for afternoon activities. Transportation from HPDS to the facility can be privately arranged through Tick Tock Child Care. Students must register separately for this program. Students participating in the Chicago Campus Summer Reading/Language Arts Program may be interested in enrolling in afternoon activities at the Laboratory School’s Summer Lab 2017. Summer Lab will provide shuttle service from HPDS to Lab at the conclusion of morning classes at Hyde Park Day School. Students may bring their lunch or purchase it at the Lab cafeteria. Students must register separately for the Laboratory Schools’ camp or courses. 56. According to the above information, we know__________. A. summer school programs are intended for the disabled students B. one student can participate in two summer school programs C. students can improve written language skills through programs D. students have classes each day from June 20 to July 29 57. What is true of the two afternoon activities? A. Both of them are free of charge. 高三英语 第 5 页（共 11 页）
B. They are held in the same area. C. Students are asked to register by themselves. D. Transportation service is arranged for the students. B With a presidential campaign, health care and the gun control debate in the news these days, one can’t help getting sucked into the flame wars that are Internet comment threads. But psychologists say this addictive form of vitriolic (刻薄) back and forth should be avoided — or simply checked by online media outlets — because it actually damages society and mental health. A perfect storm of factors come together to cause the rudeness and aggression seen in the comments’ sections of Web pages, said Markman, a professor of psychology at the University of Texas at Austin. First, commenters are often nearly nameless, and thus, unaccountable for their rudeness. Second, they are at a distance from the target of their anger — be it the article they’re commenting on or another comment on that article — and people tend to go against distant abstractions more easily than living, breathing talkers. Third, it’s easier to be nasty in writing than in speech, hence the now somewhat out-of-date practice of leaving angry notes (back when people used paper), Markman said. And finally, Edward Wasserman, Knight Professor in Journalism Ethics at Washington and Lee University, noted another cause of the vitriol: bad examples set by the media. ―Unfortunately, mainstream media have made a fortune teaching people the wrong ways to talk to each other. People understandably conclude anger is the political vernacular (行话) , that this is how public ideas are talked about,‖ Wasserman wrote in an article on his university’s website. “It isn’t.‖ In Markman’s opinion, media outlets should cut down on the anger and hatred that have become the model in reader exchanges. ―It’s valuable to allow all sides of an argument to be heard. To a greater degree, someone who is making a reasonable point but with an angry tone is hurting the nature of the argument, because they are promoting people to respond in a similar way,‖ he said. For their part, people should seek out actual human beings to communicate with, Markman said — and we should make a point of including a few people in our social circles who think differently from us. ―You’ll develop a healthy respect for people whose opinions differ from your own; the back-and-forth negotiation that goes on in having a conversation with someone you don’t agree with is a skill and it’s not easy to master it,‖ Markman said. 58. Why do psychologists encourage people to stop attacking each other online? A. The social problems are too complex to figure out. B. The online media outlets will review the comments. C. The action does harm to society and individuals. D. The Internet users are easily attached to hot topics. 59. What can we learn from the analysis by Markman? A. People are cautious to make vitriolic remarks online. B. The targets online are more likely to be commented on. C. Understanding the literal meaning is easier than oral language. D. An argument with an angry tone can promote its power. 60. What is the author’s main purpose in writing the passage? A. To show different ways of expressing opinions. B. To reveal the severe problems of the public media. C. To raise the awareness of proper communication. D. To urge people to carry out actual offline communications.
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C Scientists should be allowed to change a person’s DNA in ways that will be passed on to future generations, but only to prevent serious and strongly heritable (遗传) diseases, according to a new report from the National Academy of Sciences and the National Academy of Medicine. However, making changes to these genes in order to improve or change traits such as strength, intelligence or beauty should remain off-limits, the report authors concluded. Changing the so-called germline (种系) is illegal in the United States. It has largely been considered ethically off-limits here as well, at least while bioethicists and scientists considered the unforeseen effects and unexamined moral dilemmas of using new gene-editing technologies. However, scientists have moved forward aggressively to explore the possibility of changing disease genes in other adult human cells with a revolutionary technique known as CRISPR-Cas9. It is widely believed that gene editing of this sort could treat patients with metabolic (新陈代谢的) disorders, certain cancers, and a range of other diseases that arise from genetic mutations (突变) — without changing the germline. Last year, Chinese scientists launched a trial that uses CRISPR-Cas9 in a treatment for lung cancer. While the trial’s outcome is awaited with high anticipation, scientists outside China have expressed concern that ethical reservations in the United States and Europe will put them at a disadvantage. CRISPR-Cas9 makes gene editing more straightforward, more precise and far more widespread. As such, the National Academies’ report acknowledges that changing heritable DNA in eggs, sperm and early embryos is fast becoming ―a realistic possibility that deserves serious consideration.‖ The 22-member panel of scientists and bioethicists who produced the report completed a comprehensive review of the issues raised by that prospect. Clinical trials involving germline editing should only be pursued to treat diseases that cannot be improved with ―reasonable alternatives,‖ the 22-member panel of scientists and bioethicists said. In addition, they added, scientists should convincingly demonstrate they are targeting a gene that either causes or strongly makes a carrier likely to suffer from a serious disease or condition, and that they have weighed the likely risks and benefits of changing that gene. Finally, scientists should conduct long-term follow-up studies to know how gene editing affects the next generations. Public debate and discussion about the technology should continue, the panel added. 61. In what circumstances can scientists change a person’s DNA? A. Making a person look much younger. B. Protecting future generations from some heritable diseases. C. Using the most advanced gene-editing technologies. D. Changing the germline for a better function. 62. What is the advantage of CRISPR-Cas9? A. It can treat diseases more precisely without changing the germline. B. It can successfully cure people of most deadly diseases. C. It can change genes in adult human cells. D. It can stop genetic mutations. 63. What possible conclusion can be drawn according to the passage? A. Future generations will live longer and become more intelligent. B. Chinese scientists created CRISPR-Cas9 and put it into use. C. The gene editing is strictly forbidden for moral dilemmas. D. The gene editing research is still at the primary stage. 64. What does this report mainly talk about? 高三英语 第 7 页（共 11 页）
A. A new gene-editing technology and concerns about it. B. A germline-editing technology and approval for it. C. Clinical trials of gene editing and social values of them. D. Some germline clinical trials and scientific effects of them. D When Peter Fortune was ten years old grown-up people sometimes used to tell him he was a ―difficult‖ child. He never understood what they meant. He didn’t feel difficult at all. He didn’t throw milk bottles at the garden wall, or tip tomato ketchup over his head and pretend it was blood, or slash at his granny’s ankle with his sword, though he occasionally thought of these things. Apart from all vegetables except potatoes, and fish, eggs and cheese, there was nothing he would not eat. He wasn’t noisier or dirtier or more stupid than anyone he knew. His name was easy to say and spell. His face, which was pale and freckled, was easy enough to remember. He went to school every day like all other children and never made that much fuss about it. He was only as offensive to his sister as she was to him. Policemen never came knocking at the front door wanting to arrest him. Doctors in white coats never offered to take him away to the madhouse. As far as Peter was concerned, he was really quite easy. What was difficult about him? It was not until he had been a grown-up himself for many years that Peter finally understood. They thought he was difficult because he was so silent. That seemed to bother people. The other problem was he liked being by himself. ① Not all the time, of course. Not even every day. But most days he liked to go off somewhere for an hour to his bedroom, or the park. He liked to be alone and think his thoughts. Now, grown-ups like to think they know what’s going on inside a ten-year-old’s head. And it’s impossible to know what someone is thinking if they keep quiet about it. People would see Peter lying on his back on a summer’s afternoon, chewing a piece of grass and staring at the sky. ―Peter, Peter! What are you thinking about?‖ they would call to him. And Peter would sit up with a start. ―Oh, nothing. Nothing at all.‖ Grown -ups knew that something was going on inside that head, but they couldn’t hear it or see it or feel it. They couldn’t tell Peter to stop it, because they did not know what it was he was doing in there. ② He could have been setting his school on fire or feeding his sister to an alligator and escaping in a hot air balloon, but all they saw was a boy staring at the blue sky without blinking, a boy who did not hear you when you called his name. As for being on his own, grown-ups didn’t much like that either. They don’t even like other grown-ups being on their own. When you join in, people can see what you’re up to. You’re up to what they’re up to. ③ Peter had different ideas. In fact, he thought, if people spent less time joining in and making others join in, and spent a little time each day alone remembering who they were or who they might be, then the world would be a happier place and wars might never happen... The trouble with being a daydreamer who doesn’t say much is that the teachers at school, especially the ones who don’t know you very well, are likely to think you are rather stupid. ④ Or, if not stupid, then dull. No one can see the amazing things that are going on in your head. A teacher who saw Peter staring out the window or at a blank sheet of paper on his desk might think that he was bored, or stuck for an answer. But the truth was quite different. 65. It can be learned from the first paragraph that ________. A. Peter liked playing practical jokes B. Peter wasn’t particular about food at all C. boys generally did some crazy things D. Peter knew why he was called ―difficult‖ 66. Which of the following would Peter be most likely to do? A. To walk around a lake for quite a while. B. To break the neighbor’s fence for fun. C. To tie a dirty dustbin to a dog’s tail. D. To sleep in the tent with his friends. 67. Where can the sentence “You have to join in, or you’ll spoil it for everyone else.” most probably be put? 高三英语 第 8 页（共 11 页）
68. What is the main reason that Peter was considered ―difficult‖ by grown-ups? A. He was far from communicative. C. He did not do well in his studies. A. Effective measures to help Peter out. B. How the unique ideas Peter had amazed others. C. Difficulties keeping Peter from learning well. D. Further prejudice against Peter among grown-ups. 70. What can serve as the best title of this passage? A. The Daydreamer B. The Troublemaker C. The Hard Nut D. The Dark Horse 第二卷（非选择题，共两大题，35 分） 第四部分: 任务型阅读 (共 10 小题；每小题 l 分, 满分 l0 分) 请认真阅读下列短文, 并根据所读内容在文章后表格中的空格里填入一个最恰当的单词。注意: 每个 空格只填 1 个单词。请将答案写在答题卡上相应题号的横线上。 When it’s Not Quite a Wonderful Life A 2011 study by researchers might make you think twice about holiday difficult emotions. They followed dozens of bus drivers for two weeks, looking to see when they flashed fake versus sincere smiles at their passengers. The results showed that on days when the drivers tried to put on an act and pretend to be in a good mood, their actual moods got worse. This was especially true for women. And another research suggests that people who really want to be happy actually obtain less happiness from positive experiences, apparently because their expectations are too high. Again and again, trying to gain happiness despite no preference seems to have the opposite result. The results of the bus-driver study can be explained by researchers Oliver John and James Gross, who found that negative feelings like sadness or anger only intensify when we try to suppress (压制) them. That’s because we feel bad about ourselves when our outward appearance contradicts how we truly feel inside. What’s more, when we suppress emotions like sadness, we deny them the important function they serve. If we don’t recognize sadness we might not take the necessary steps to improve the situation. Expressing our sadness can also get comfort and compassion from those who care about us, strengthening our bonds. Recently, scientists have also been paying special attention to the benefits of mindfulness. When you respond mindfully to an emotional trigger (诱因) , you pause rather than reacting, and then you can escape getting troubled by thoughtfulness. Rather than scold yourself, you simply notice what you’re feeling without judging that response as right or wrong. Studies suggest that a mindful response to a negative event reduces the amount of sadness we experience, is associated with less depression and anxiety, and may even carry physiological benefits, such as lowering our heart rates. Unavoidably, the holidays will bring a mix of highs and lows. Perhaps the most important lesson to keep in mind is that this variety of emotions might be the best thing possible for your overall well-being. That was the key insight from a study published in 2014 by a team of researchers from Yale University. Their survey of more than 37,000 people found that, after experiencing a greater variety and abundance of emotions consistently linked to lower depression, people took less medication, visited doctors less frequently, spent fewer days in hospitals, practiced better dietary and exercise habits, and smoked less. In other words, sadness, anger, and other difficult emotions are like so many other parts of the holidays, they’re nothing to fear. Just make sure you’re balancing them with lighter experiences. When it’s Not Quite a Wonderful Life 高三英语 第 9 页（共 11 页） B. He turned a deaf ear to others. D. He preferred to live on his own.
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第五部分：书面表达（满分 25 分）请阅读下面短文，并按照要求用英语写一篇 150 词左右的文章。 As a man was passing the elephants, he suddenly stopped, confused by the fact that these huge creatures were being held by only a small rope tied to their front leg. No chains, and no cages either. It was obvious that the elephants could, at any time, break away from their bonds but for some reason, they did not. He saw a trainer nearby and asked why these animals just stood there and made no attempt to get away. ―Well,‖ trainer said, ―when they are very young and much smaller we use the rope of the same size to tie them and, at that age, it’s enough to hold them. As they grow up, they are conditioned to believe they cannot break away.‖ The man was amazed. These animals can break free from their bonds at any time, but because they believe they can’t, they are stuck right where they are. 【写作内容】 1.以约 30 词概括上文的主要内容。M (1) 这个故事有什么寓意? (2) 你如何解决这样的问题？ 【写作要求】 1.写作过程中不能直接引用原文语句； 2.作文中不能出现真实姓名和学校名称；不必写标题。 3.【评分标准】内容完整，语言规范，语篇连贯，词数适当。 高三英语 第 10 页（共 11 页） 2.以约 120 词谈谈你的看法，内容包括：
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