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               湖北省八市           2018  届高三       3 月联考         

第一部分:听力(共两节,满分              30 分)

    做题时,先将答案划在试卷上。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) 

    听下面五段对话。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。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’s the season now?

A. Summer.                     B. Fall.                       C. Winter.

2. Which dress will the woman wear?

A. The red one.                B. The blue one.               C. The green one.

3. What can we learn about the old oven?

A. It s not in style.  B. It’s broken.         C. It isn’t multi-functional.

4. Where does the conversation probably take place?

A. In a studio.                B. In a CD store.              C. In a car.

5. What does the woman think of the painting?

A. Worthless.                  B. Just so-so.                 C. Wonderful.

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 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。

听第   6 段材料,回答第      6、7 题。

6. How does the man feel about the weal her forecasts?

A. Inaccurate.                 B. Reliable.                   C. Changeable.

7. What’s the probable relationship between the speakers?

A. Neighbors.                  B. Colleagues.                 C. Classmates.

听第   7 段材料,回答第     8、9 题。
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8. Why does the man stop relying on music as a full - time job?

A. He doesn’t like a band member.

B. He isn’t into music that much.

C. The earnings aren’t stable.

9. On what occasion would the man he invited to play most probably?

A. A local festival.   B. A funeral.                   C. A birthday party.

听第   8 段材料,回答第      10 至 12 题。

10. What does the woman complain about the office?

A. It’s unclean.           B. It’s too small.              C. It’s noisy.

11. What are the speakers supposed to do in the office?

A. Give students their assignments.

B. Prepare for the lessons.

C. Let students help with the reports.

12. What is the room downstairs used for now?

A. Storage.                    B. Meetings.                   C. Reading.

听第   9 段材料,回答第     13 至 16 题。

13. What’s wrong with the camera?

A. It can’t be charged.        B. It can’t be turned on. C. It ruins memory cards.

14. Why can’t the man get the camera fixed for free?

A. He broke it by himself. B. It’s out of the free service time. C. He lost his receipt.

15. How much will the man pay for the repair?

A. $20.                        B. $30.                        C. $50.

16. What day is it today?

A. Saturday.                   B. Sunday.                     C. Tuesday.

听第   10 段材料,回答第      17 至 20 题。

17. How long does the training period last?

A. 1 to 2 years.               B. 2 to 4 years.               C. 3 to 5 years.

18. Who will test the learner taxi drivers?

A. Driving school trainers.    B. Special passengers.  C. Government officers.

19. What do we know about the test?
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A. Learners might not get the result at once.

B. 2 to 3 questions will he asked.

C. Several routes should be given to the destination.

20. What do learner drivers have to pay for?

A. A taxi.          B. The driving license.        C. A physical exam.

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,从每题所给的四个选项(A、B、C                   和  D)中,选出最佳选项,并在答题卡上

将该项涂黑。

                                      A

    It looks like 2017 is shaping up to be a record-breaking year in movie History. Here is a list 

of some of the year’s biggest blockbusters so far.

    Kong: Skull Island

    A reboot (重启) of King Kong would normally get laughed at in this day and age, but it looks 

like this modem version of the story will be worth watching. With US actress Brie Larson and UK 

actor Tom Hiddleston in the mix, this film is set to be this year’s biggest monster tale.

    Release Date: 3/10/17

    Beauty and the Beast

    Director Bill Condon is bringing back a part of our childhood in live action, complete with 

the songs we all remember and love. With British stars Emma Watson and Dan Stevens leading 

the cast, the classic Walt Disney story already sounds like it’ll be a delight for both children and 

adults.

    Release Date: 3/17/17

    The Fate of the Furious

    There was doubt that we’d even get a Fast 8, especially after the fitting ending US actor Paul 

Walker’s character was given at the end of Furious 7. Fans thought they’d never see Dom and the 

rest of the crew back in action, but thankfully, US star Vin Diesel himself confirmed that The Fate 

of the Furious is fueling up for another go. The actor’s character, Dom, turns to the dark side, 

funded by new enemy Cipher, played by South African actress Charlize Theron. Can the rest of 

Dom’s family join together to bring their old leader down? Find out in April.
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    Release Date: 4/14/17

    Spider-Man: Homecoming

    Spider Man is heading home to Marvel Studios for the first time. The movie will show us 

Peter Parker’s high school days, and will continue the threads we saw formed during his initial 

appearance in Captain America: Civil War. We know that Michael Keaton is playing The Vulture 

in this story, and that both Happy Hogan and Tony Stark, played by US actors Jon Favreau and 

Robert Downey Jr., are along for the ride. But it’s Tom Holland’s show as Spider-Man, so let’s 

see what he has in store.

Release Date: 7/7/17 

21. Which of the following movies can’t you see on May Day?

A. Kong: Skull Island.                         B. Beauty and the Beast.

C. The Fate of the Furious.                    D. Spider-Man: Homecoming.

22. What can we know about Beauty and the Beast?

A. It is fueling up for another go. B. It is produced by Marvel Studios.

C. It’ll show us Peter Parker’s school days. D. It’ll be enjoyable for both children and adults.

23. What does the underlined word “cast” probably mean?

A. Characters.         B. Actors.      C. Directors.          D. Teachers.

                                      B

    Coke was introduced by the Coca Cola company in 1886, making it a rather true and tested 

favorite of generations of people in over 200 countries. This list should give you some ideas on 

how to get more from your coke than usual.

    1. Coca Cola is an excellent rust buster (除锈剂). If you have a bunch of small rusty objects, 

put them in coke overnight and give them a good scrub in the morning. Coke helps to break down 

the rust, making cleaning much easier. Be sure to throw out the used coke when you are done with 

it or you might be taking a trip to the doctor.

    2. Like the previous item, the citric acid (柠檬酸) in coke makes for an excellent window 

cleaner. This is especially useful for car windows. Pour a can of coke over the window and rub the 

window, then wipe it off with a wet cloth to remove any sugary matter from the sugar in the drink. 

As coke is full of sugar, you should clean the sticky matter off the window glasses, or it will be 

not a cleaner but a dirt.
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    3. For those of you who live in areas where skunk (臭鼬) smells can be an issue from time to 

time, one can of coke added to water with detergent (清洁剂) really helps to break the smell down. 

If you have been sprayed, stand in the shower and cover yourself from head to toe with coke — 

wait for a few minutes, then wash yourself with a shower. Coke is an excellent hair treatment so 

you get two tips for the price of one with this item!

    4. Pots can sometimes get black on the bottom. The black is almost impossible to remove; 

this is caused by over-cooking. To remove the black and renew your pot, pour in a can of coke (or 

as much as you need to cover the blackened area by an inch) and put it on the stove on a low heat. 

After an hour or so, wash the pot as normal.

24. What does the underlined word ‘‘scrub” in Paragraph 2 probably mean?

A. Start.              B. Cleaning.        C. Shake.   D. Example.

25. What is important while using coke to clean car windows?

A. Use a dry cloth.                    B. Rub the window lightly.

C. Don’t pour too much coke.           D. Clean the sugary matter thoroughly.

26. For which purpose does coke have to be mixed with other material?

A. To get rid of the black on the pot.         B. To break down the rust,

C. To remove smells.                           D. To clean windows.

27. What type of writing is this text? 

A. An advertisement.                           B. A review.

C. A news report.                              D. A practical guide.

                                      C

    Bethany Burke was packing for a family vacation when she glanced in the mirror and froze. 

She saw a small ugly red bump in the middle of her forehead. “That’s the worst,” she remembers 

thinking. She had no idea, however, how much worse it would get.

    Bethany, then a 15-year-old high school student tried to forget about the bump as she 

boarded a flight from her hometown of Austin, Texas, to Portland, Oregon. But during the flight 

the bump grew. And grew. And grew.

    After the plane landed, more bumps appeared, including one close to her eye. Her parents 

took her to the nearest emergency room. As it turns out, Bethany had been attacked by a superbug 

(超级病菌).
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    Superbugs were once a problem only in hospitals and nursing homes. In the past decade, 

though, they have been affecting healthy children and adults as well. In a few hours, they can 

cause life-threatening infections.

    “Teens, especially student athletes, can be easily hurt because superbugs stay in warm, damp 

places where people come into close contact with each other, such as school locker rooms and 

gyms,” says Dr. Aaron Glatt, an infectious disease specialist. “If you get cut playing sports, and 

you come into contact with a superbug on a mat, you give it a way to get in,” he explains.

    As for Bethany, she says the doctor didn’t seem too concerned. “He just handed me this pill, 

an antibiotic (抗生素),” Bethany says. “He gave us the impression that it was going to clear up 

very fast.”

    It didn’t take long for Bethany to realize the antibiotics the doctor had given her weren’t 

working. One of the bumps grew so large that she could no longer open her eye, and her pain 

increased. Her parents rushed her to another hospital. The new medicines seemed to start working. 

Her fever dropped, and the bumps stopped growing.

    Luckily for Bethany, there were still three powerful antibiotics that together were able to 

fight off her infection. But what happens when superbugs become resistant even to those drugs? 

For doctors, that’s the biggest worry.

28. Bethany discovered a bump on her forehead       .

A. after the plane for Portland landed B. when she came back from a vacation

C. after she boarded a flight from Austin D. when she was preparing for a vacation

29. Student athletes are likely to be attacked by superbugs partly because       .

A. they sweat a lot                            B. they are often tired

C. they are healthy and strong                 D. they often wear dirty clothes

30. How did Bethany feel after taking the pills given by the doctor in the nearest emergency room?

A. Even worse.                                 B. Much belter.

C. A little better.                            D. As terrible as before.

31. Doctors are most worried that       .

A. antibiotics are being overused

B. teens are being attacked by superbugs

C. superbugs may become resistant to all drugs
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D. more people will get infected with superbugs

                                      D

    There’s an old joke about how you can never buy beer-just rent it. Who would think that the 

same joke applies to book buying in the digital age? But that’s the case. Many people who will be 

loading their iPads or Amazon Kindles with bestsellers or classics won’t have any idea how 

limited their rights are as their books, “owners”. Unlike the owners of a physical book, they won’t 

have the unlimited right to lend an e-book, give it away, or resell it.

    All these restrictions “raise obvious questions about what ‘ownership’ is,” observes Dan 

Gillmor, an expert on digital media. “The companies that license stuff digitally have made it clear 

that you own nothing.” The rules are based on the 1998 Digital Millennium Copyright Act 

(DMCA), with which Congress hoped to balance the rights of copyright holders and content users. 

“In the digital environment, that’s always been the trickiest balance to achieve,” Annemarie Bridy, 

a specialist said.

    Both camps have important fights to protect. In the digital world, technology allows infinite 

(无限的)   copies to be made. One could give away an e-book and still have it to read. This 

becomes a great threat to the livelihood of authors, artists, filmmakers and musicians. So some 

limitation is sensible. That’s usually done through digital rights management, or DRM, which 

encodes (编码) copy limitations into the digital file. The DMCA protected DRM. The question is 

whether the balance has given an unfair advantage to the booksellers, at the consumers expense. 

The answer is yes.

    For one thing, DRM has put far too much power in the hands of digital booksellers. In 2009, 

Amazon simply deleted some e-books from buyers, Kindles secretly. An uproar (鼓噪) followed. 

Amazon  then promised never to steal a book back from a Kindle without the device owner’s 

permission. But in early 2012, the company shut down the access of Linn Jordet Nygaard, a 

Norwegian Kindle owner, to her library of 43 e-books. Another uproar followed, and Amazon 

backed down again, restoring Nygaard’s account.

    Another problem of e-book DRM is that most e-books are tied to the seller’s reading device. 

Buy a book from Amazon, and you can read it only on a Kindle or Amazon app. This lock-in 

gives the booksellers power over not only consumers but publishers.

    Moreover, nowhere does Amazon, Apple or any other distributor promise to support its 
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digital formats forever. There are ways to protect your e-books by changing the format. But is it 

legal? No one is quite sure.

    The guiding principle must he that an e-book owner’s rights and responsibilities parallel 

those of a printed book owner, and the same must apply to authors, publishers and booksellers. 

Clarify these rules, and the book market will reap the benefit.

    Leave the rules as vague (模糊的;含糊的)   as they are, and the victims will be authors, 

consumers and publishers.

32. The author mentions the old joke to say that       .

A. book buying is easier in the digital age

B. buyers do not really own their e-books

C. it is a good choice just to borrow e-books

D. e-books are convenient compared with physical ones

33. Which of the following is TRUE about the DMCA?

A. It turned out to benefit digital booksellers.

B. It seems a little unfair to digital booksellers.

C. It has become a threat to the livelihood of authors.

D. It actually played a trick on copyright holders and content users.

34. The underlined part “backed down” in Para. 4 probably means       .

A. felt guilty                                 B. gave in

C. broke a promise                             D. made an apology

35. What is the author’s suggestion?

A. Booksellers should be punished by law for their marketing strategy.

B. Booksellers should make a formal public apology to the victims.

C. E-book readers should buy e-books directly from publishers.

D. E-books should be treated the same as physical books.

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人空白处的最佳选项,选项中有两项多余选项。

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。

    The Winners Club is a bank account specially designed for teenagers. It has been made to 
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help you better manage your money.   36  

• No account keeping fees!

    You’re no millionaire so we don’t expect you to pay large fees. In fact, there are no account 

keeping or transaction fees!

•   37  !

    You want your money to grow. The Winners Club has a good rate of interest which gets even 

better if you make at least two deposits (储蓄) without taking them out in a month.

• Convenient

    Teenagers are busy — we get that.  38  . With the Winners Club you can choose to bank 

from home using the phone or the Internet. You can have money directly deposited into your 

Winners Club account. This could be your pocket money or your pay from your part-time job!

• Magazine included

    Along with your regular report, you will receive a FREE magazine full of good ideas to make 

even more of your money.  39  .

    The Winners Club is a great choice for teenagers.  40  . Simply fill in an application form 

and get permission from your parent. It is not so hard. It’s the best way to choose to be a winner!

    A. Perfect Service Systems

    B. Excellent interest rates

    C. And it is so easy to join

    D. You limy never need to come to a bank al all

    E. The Winners Club is set up for you to save money

    F. It’s a club with impressive features for teenagers

    G. Some fantastic stories are also offered for Winners Club members 

第三部分      英语知识运用(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四个选项(A、B、C                       和  D)中,选出可以填入空白处

的最佳选项,并在答题卡上将该项涂黑。阅读下面短文,掌握其大意,然后从                               40〜60  各题

给的四个选项(A、B、C          和  D)中,选出最佳选项,并在答题卡上将该项涂黑。

    As I head down the narrow hallway of my high school, my ears are filled with the sounds of 

complaints. The   41   around me are constantly complaining about school. These complaints 
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fill the   42   and make it hard to breathe. I try to mention the   43   side of our current 

situation in high school but am met with criticism. The feeling of   44   school has become 

widespread among students worldwide. This can create a   45   educational environment. In 

my opinion, school is and should be fun.

    I don’t   46   to enter such a negative environment. We should enjoy school! As students, 

we are so   47   to have the opportunity to attend school   48   millions of children around 

the world still do not have that opportunity. We should feel grateful that we are given the   49   

to learn School allows us to   50   some of the most interesting topics from science to foreign 

languages. High school allows students to find their   51   whether they are physics or 

European history.  52  , school has allowed me to find my love for debate, history, English and 

computers. High school has shaped me into a person of   53   interests and ambitions, even 

though I must   54   at 6 o’clock in the morning.

    As students, we should   55   all the wonderful opportunities we are given in school   56   

social events, meeting new friends, and learning. I have met so many   57   people in school. 

There is so much to be   58   in school.

    Lighten up and find the positive aspects of school.  59   school and everything it has   60  .
41. A. teachers B. students    C. parents  D. friends
42. A. ear      B. room        C. water    D. air
43. A. special  B. successful  C. bright   D. fragile
44. A. hating   B. improving   C. replacing D. ignoring
45. A. specific B. frightening C. strange  D. negative
46. A. plan     B. adopt       C. want     D. need
47. A. lucky    B. brave       C. allergic D. healthy
48. A. when     B. while       C. because  D. though
49. A. time     B. reason  C. moneyD. chance
50. A. learn    B. remember    C. predictD. consider
51. A. lectures B. concerns    C. interests D. instructions
52. A. Instantly B. Personally C. Formally D. Basically
53. A. conventionalB. perfect     C. lifelong D. multiple
54. A. wake up  B. give up     C. slow down    D. calm down
55. A. create     B. classify       C. recognize D. allow
56. A. besides  B. including   C. among    D. regarding
57. A. honest   B. abstract    C. delicate     D. outstanding
58. A. careful about B. curious about C. grateful for D. ready for
59. A. Protect  B. Enjoy       C. Respect      D. Examine
60. A. offered  B. promised    C. gained     D. possessed 
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第二节     语法填空(共      10 小题;每小题    1.5 分,满分   15 分)

阅读下面短文,按照句子结构的语法性和上下文连贯的要求,在空格处填入一个适当的词

或使用括号中词语的正确形式填空,并将答案填写在标号为                         61〜70  的相应位置上。

    I’ve recently, started working in a unit for people with severe dementia (痴呆). Many have 

different physical needs as well as complex behavioral problems   61   a consequence of their 

dementia. Very few of these patients are able to communicate in any   62   (meaning) way, and 

most no longer recognize their family. It’s   63   (possible) not to be touched by this.

    A few weeks ago, I sat in a meeting with Mr Radley. His wife   64   (become) a patient 

for the past four years. She advanced dementia and could be violent, and she frequently screamed,  

65    she was unable to speak. She was in her sixties and used to be a costume designer. Her 

husband sat calmly while we reviewed his wife’s case.

    We thought she was getting   66   (bad) and still needed continuing care. He spoke about   

67   she’d been like before she became ill, but suddenly his voice shook and I realized he was 

about to cry. After a while, he calmed down and explained: “It’s so hard seeing her now. She’s not 

there any more. I feel   68   (particular) guilty about having not taken good care of her.”

    His wife was already dead.  69   person who’d been the love of his life was now gone. We 

tried to tell him that he should move on and have a new life of his own,  70   (convince) him to 

take a trip to relax. The look of relief in his eyes when he realized we understood his pain is one 

I’ll never forget.

第四部分      写作(共两节,满分       35 分)

第一节     短文改错(共      10 小题;每题   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。错误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:在错的词下划一横线,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。

    Three years ago, I was addicted to computer games. I played with games day and night on 

weekends. I lost interesting in my studies and I was often absent from school.
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    My  parents got very worrying about me. They persuaded me to quit play games, but I 

wouldn’t give up my bad habit. Later my English teacher gave me some advices on how to quit 

the bad Habit. Listed the disadvantages of playing computer games on a piece of paper, I put them 

on my bed and tried to remember them. Beside the list were my effective schedule. I followed my 

schedule strictly and managed to get rid playing games. After that I became active in studying and 

turn out to be one of the top students in our school.

第二节     书面表达(满分       25 分)

    假设你叫李华,在美国孔子学院(Confucius             Institute)任教三年,现在你将回国,请用英

文给同事们、同学们写一篇感谢信。内容要点如下:

    1.对任教三年生活的怀念;2.对同事们、同学们的感谢;3.对同事们、同学们的祝福。

    注意:1.   词数   100 左右;

          1. 可以适当增加细节,以使行文连贯;

          2. 开头和结尾已给出,不计入总词数。

Dear teachers and fellow students,

    In a couple of weeks, we’ll have to say goodbye. How time flies!  


    That’s all. Thank you.

                                                                Sincerely yours,

                                                                        Li Hua
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