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                                嘉兴一中    2017 届高考适应性考试

                                           英语
                                          第Ⅰ卷
第一部分 听力(共两节,满分             30 分)
     第一节: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。

1. What is Chase’s hobby?  
A. Writing. B. Skiing. C. Collecting stamps.
2. How much will the woman pay?
 A. $39. B. $35.       C. $31.
3. How does the man probably feel?  
   A. Hopeful.     B. Confused.     C. Annoyed. 
4. What is the topic of the conversation? 
   A. The lighting of the restaurant.   B. The friendly staff.     C. A romantic meal.  
5. What does the woman mean? 
   A. She only buys things on sale.
   B. Even the special price is too high.
   C. The man should have gotten a better deal.
    第二节: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. Why is the woman talking to the man? 
   A. She wants to see the doctor.
   B. She needs to email her doctor.
   C. She needs help logging in to the patient website.
7. How often does the woman seem to go to the clinic? 
   A. Every year.        B. Every two years.          C. Every four years.
听第  7 段材料,回答第       8、9 题。

8. Why does the woman look up the weather report?
   A. She needs to pick up her son.
   B. She doesn’t trust the weather news on TV.
   C. She wants to know if she should get her umbrella.
9. What is the probable relationship between the speakers? 
   A. Husband and wife.        B. Classmates.            C. Co-workers.
听第  8 段材料,回答第       10 至 12 题。

10. Where are the speakers talking? 
   A. In a classroom.     B. On the beach.    C. In an apartment.
11. Why did Mary go to Xiamen?  
   A. To learn some business skills.
   B. To escape Wuhan’s heat.
   C. To spend time with her uncle.
12. What does Mary probably think about seafood?  
   A. She thinks it was terrible.
   B. She doesn’t like it.
   C. She thinks it was delicious.
听第  9 段材料,回答第       13 至 16 题。

13. How long before the scheduled time did the bus leave?  
   A. Ten minutes.      B. Thirty minutes.      C. An hour.
14. When did the woman probably get on the next bus?  
   A. At 4:35.            B. At 4:45.            C. At 5:05.
15. What is the man worried about?  
   A. The daily expense.      B. The woman’s safety.     C. The public transportation.
16. What does the woman decide to do at the end?  
   A. Buy a car.
   B. Work for the newspaper.
   C. Complain to the local government.
听第  10 段材料,回答第       17 至 20 题。

17. What did customers use to complain about? 
   A. Not getting through to the restaurants.
   B. Paying a lot for delivery.
   C. Slow service.
18. What is special about DoorDash? 
   A. You can order from many places at once.
   B. You can check the progress of the delivery.
   C. The prices are lower than from the restaurants.
19. What do we know about the work of DoorDashers? 
   A. The hours are flexible.
   B. The pay isn’t very good.
   C. It’s a good way to promote themselves.
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20. Why would a business want to work with DoorDash? 
   A. It makes deliveries much more simple.
   B. There is only one organization like it.
   C. Their own employees can join it.

第二部分 阅读理解(共两节,满分               35 分)
第一节(共     10 小题;每小题      2.5 分,满分   25 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,并在答题卡上将该选项涂黑。


                                             A
    Cigarette ends  are  everywhere—littering  our  streets  and beaches—and   for decades 
they’ve  been  thought  of as  “unrecyclable”.   But  a New  Jersey based  company, called 
TerraCycle, has taken on the challenge, and has  come up with a way to recycle millions of 
cigarette ends and turn them into industrial plastic products. Its aim is to recycle things 
that people normally consider impossible to reuse.
    Obviously it would be even better for the environment if everyone just stopped smoking, 
but the statistics show  that although there has been  an increase in anti-smoking ads and 
messaging, between 2000 and 2014, global sales of cigarettes increased by 8 percent, and a 
whole  lot of  those cigarette  ends are  ending up  as  trash. Since  most of  our litter 
eventually  ends up  in  waterways,  cigarette  ends can  surely  pollute  the  surrounding 
environment. “It   only  takes a  single  cigarette end  to  pollute a  liter  of  water,” 
TerraCycle founder, Tom Szaky, said. “Animals can also mistake littered cigarette ends for 
food.”
    So  how do  you  go about  turning  all those  poisonous  ends into  something useful? 
TerraCycle does this by first breaking them down into separate parts. They mix the remaining 
materials, such as the  tobacco and the paper, with other kinds  of rubbish, and use it on 
non-agricultural land, such as golf courses. The  filters (过滤嘴)    are a little harder. To 

recycle these, TerraCycle first makes them clean and cuts them into small pieces, and then 
combines them with other recycled materials, making them into liquid for industrial plastic 
products. 
    They’re  now also expanding their recycling offerings to the rest of the 80 percent of 
household waste that currently can’t   be recycled, such as chocolate packaging, pens, and 
mobile phones. The goal is to use  the latest research to find a way to stop so much waste 
ending up in landfill (垃圾填埋),     and then get companies to provide money for the  process. 

And so far, it’s working.
21. What does TerraCycle intend to do?
   A. Search for recyclable materials for use.
   B. Deal with as many cigarette ends as possible.
   C. Produce new kinds of industrial plastic products.
   D. Recycle what used to be considered unrecyclable.
22. The underlined word “trash” in Paragraph 2 probably means ______.
   A. rubbish          B. poison           C. disaster            D. ruin
23. What does Paragraph 3 mainly talk about?
   A. The effective use of cigarette ends.
   B. The process of recycling cigarette ends.
   C. The difficulty in recycling cigarette ends. 
   D. The reason for breaking down cigarette ends.
                                             B
    For the Swiss, punctuality is a source of deep satisfaction. They obtain real joy from 
the fact  that life  unfolds on time  and in a  highly efficient manner.  Whenever I visit 
Switzerland, I go through several stages of punctuality reaction. At first it delights me, 
especially if I’m coming from Neighbouring Italy or France with their rather more flexible 
approach to timekeeping. By contrast, life in Switzerland is enthusiastic and dependable. If 
someone says they  will meet me at  2 pm, they arrive  at 2 pm  not 2:05 (or 1:55,for that 
matter). I like this, for a while.
    Then it annoys me.  The extreme punctuality strikes me as a  kind of being mean, and I 
find myself agreeing with the English writer Evelyn Waugh who said that “punctuality is the 
virtue of the bored.”
    That is unfair though, and finally I come to appreciate Swiss punctuality for what it is: 
a deep expression of respect for  other people. A punctual person is a considerate one. By 
showing up on time for everything, a Swiss person is saying, in effect, “I value your time 
and,by extension, I value you.”
    It's no coincidence that the Swiss are the world’s  watchmakers. Which came first, the 
precise clocks and watches or the precise people? Hard to say, but the result is the same: a 
nation where the trains and everything else really do run on time.
    How to explain this punctuality? No one  knows for sure. But a popular theory is that, 
historically, it arises from the tough, mountainous area. Either you planted your crops on 
time and harvested them at the correct time or, well, you starved.
    Punctuality, sadly, is a dying art in many parts of the world. Mobile phones are partly 
to blame. We  feel less compelled(紧迫的)to      arrive on time if we  can always text to say 

we're running a few minutes late. I don't sense that is happening in Switzerland, though.
    Punctuality  is  not  without its  weaknesses.  Extreme  punctuality  also  creates an 
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expectation, and  if  that expectation is  not  met,disappointment follows. On  those rare 
occasions when things do not function smoothly, the Swiss get nervous, confused and angry.
24. What’s NOT the author’s attitude towards the Swiss punctuality?
   A. Pleasant.        B. Exhausted.               C. Annoyed.    D. Appreciated.
25. What do the Swiss people want to show by arriving on time?
   A. To show their respect for other people.
   B. To show that they have the best watches.
   C. To show that they are considerate persons.
   D. To show that they are the best watchmakers in the world.
26. The passage is probably taken from a      .
   A. A history book              B. A business newspaper
   C. A cultural guidebook        D. An economic magazine
                                             C
    A contest organised  by Airbnb is offering  three lucky winners the  chance to spend a 
night  in the  company of  sharks.  The winners  and  their guests  will get  access  to a 
transparent(透明的)glass      bedroom in the 33-foot deep  Paris Aquarium where 35 sharks are 

living.
    Interested applicants, who must be 18 years or older and in good health, can apply for 
the contest through the Airbnb website. “On   the 11th, 12th, and 13th of April, the Paris 
Aquarium will open its doors for a night in a room full of sharks,” the website states. “ 
And not just any room: you will sleep in a round bed, with a breathtaking view of the world 
of sharks.”
    The unusual event will  be hosted by a  free diver, photographer, and shark  enthusiast 
Fred Buyle, and a biologist will provide the winners with a  special course on sharks-their 
mysterious lives and their role in the ocean's ecosystem, with which the winners can better 
understand the sharks and thus avoid  disturbing their life in the aquarium when they stay 
there.
    Upon arrival, the winners will first be taken to their room for presentations, followed 
by dinner at the shark tunnel and  a night stay among the sharks. A twin bed, soap, toilet 
paper, and shampoo are all included in the package, as well as breakfast the next morning. 
The stay is completely free, and so is the travel arrangement to and from Paris.
    Applications must  also  include a  message  addressed to  the  judges. In  50  to 500 
characters, applicants must explain  why they're the perfect candidate  for the event. The 
choices of languages include  English, German, Spanish, French, Italian and Portuguese. In 
case of Chinese, Japanese, and Korean, the word limit is between 50 and 300. Remember that 
other languages are  not allowed. Of course,  an Airbnb account is  a must requirement for 
every applicant.
    If selected, the winners will be forbidden from diving or swimming in the aquarium, and 
will be required to  keep their hands and feet  indoors at all times. Photographing is not 
allowed because  sharks are  sensitive to  light.  Besides, the  organisers advise against 
watching movies like Jaws before checking in.
27. What will the three winners of the contest be allowed to do?
   A. Swim along with some sharks.         B. Play with sharks for two days.
   C. View how sharks sleep at night.          D. Sleep in a room surrounded by sharks.
28. What's the purpose of the special course in Paragraph 3?
   A. To help the winners develop an interest in sharks.
   B. To guide the winners how to live in the aquarium.
   C. To tell the winners about the ecosystem in the ocean.
   D. To help the winners learn how not to disturb the sharks.
29. When people apply for the contest, they don't need to      .
   A. open an account on the Airbnb website
   B. apply for the contest through the Airbnb website
   C. write a message in one of the required languages
   D. pay the application fee along with the applying letter
30. What can be inferred from the last paragraph about the winners?
   A. They can dive in the aquarium.
   B. They can take photos of the sharks.
   C. They must stay indoors at all times.
   D. They must watch movies about sharks before checking in.
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。

                      Four Essential Tips For You To Ease Homesickness
    When home is  far away, the sense of  ease and belonging that  so many people feel can 
transform into  painful feelings  of longing, commonly  known as  homesickness. Along with 
feelings of insecurity, loss of control and  nervousness, physical effects, including sleep 
issues, tiredness and loss of appetite, are also caused by homesickness.    31   Check them 
out below:
    ●Realize that feeling homesick is 100 percent normal.
    Almost everyone experiences homesickness when moving to  a new place-some people might 
just be better  at hiding it.     32   Homesickness is a normal and  evolutionarily healthy 
reaction.
    ●Make connections with new people in comfortable settings.
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    Feeling homesick when  separated from loved ones  motivates people to want  to be with 
those supportive people.   33  When making new connections,it's best to stick to the style 
that works for you in order to ease homesickness.
    ●  34  
    This point is vital and also one of the hardest to accomplish. Self-compassion is loving 
yourself just as you  love the ones you care  about. The most important step in  practicing 
self-compassion is substituting negative, critical and, sometimes, automatic thoughts about 
yourself with thoughts that are more supportive and kind.
    ●Keep tabs on your negativity.
    It's also useful to ask yourself how much of your homesickness is due to an event, such 
as  being separated  from loved  ones, and  how much  is from  how  you're understanding a 
situation.     35    A positive outlook on a situation can do wonders for your mood, but it 
often can be  hard to practice. You can  silence negative thoughts in many ways,  including 
reciting positive mantras(祷文), keeping a journal or even taking a walk in a park.  

    If you're dealing with feelings of homesickness, remember you're not alone. Even though 
there's no  place like  home, give yourself  some time and  care, you  might find  yourself 
falling in love with a new place.
  A. Learn to help others.
  B. Practice self-compassion.
  C. Being homesick is unnormal.
  D. Being homesick is not a sign of personal shortcoming.
  E. We gathered a few psychologist-backed tips to help ease homesickness.
  F. Taking  a step  back is  recommended,instead of falling into  the trap  of a  negative 
outlook.
  G.  But keep  in mind  that everyone is  different when  it comes  to forming  those new 
relationships.

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,掌握其大意,然后从               36~55 各题所给的四个选项(A、B、C            和 D)中,选出最佳选项,
并在答题纸上将该选项标号涂黑。

    This year marked my five-year violin anniversary. Five years ago I entered a music shop 
and asked, “Do you   36   violin lessons?”  I was standing in a room filled with beautiful   
37    and felt like a stranger in  a new land. I had  little   38    in playing the violin 
although I had loved violin music for years. I wanted to learn to play it at that moment.
    The music shop signed me up for   39   and it soon became clear to me how   40   it was 
for a novice(新手)to learn to play the violin. I once watched a skilled violinist play and 

it looked simple. Actually, it  was more difficult than I  had expected. Little did I know 
there was nothing natural about the    41   in which one held the instrument. There was no 
margin(偏差)for error—a        42   misplaced finger sends a note out of tune. If I had known 

how challenging it would be, I might never have started. However, my love for violin music   
43    all the difficulties. Though it was a big challenge, I  made it at last. I won first 
place in the violin contest in our city last year.
    Looking   44    the past five years with my violin, I realized I’ve  learned much more 
than how to make music.  I believe mistakes are not   45    . They are pointing you toward 
where to   46   your attention. Besides, you’d better not    47   yourself with others. If 
you find you’re not as good as someone, you will feel depressed. If so, remember   48   you 
started. For me, it was because I loved the violin music and it made me happy. What's more, 
remember that developing a new skill     49    repetition. The more you practice, the more 
you learn. Progress happens even when you are taking   50    baby steps (like practicing for 
a  few minutes at  a  time). Take the  time to  celebrate your  successes. When  you    51   
something you’ve been working on, acknowledge it with a “Yay me! Look what I did!” Give 
yourself   52   for what you’ve learned and enjoy your achievement, which will lead you to 
the next accomplishment.   53   , you need to persevere(坚持不懈) no matter how difficult 

the situation is. I firmly believe these lessons   54    anything we take on.
    Learning something  new isn’t  always  easy. Sometimes  it’s  more  demanding than you 
expected, but you are    55    rewarded in more ways than  you could have imagined for the 
trying.
   36. A.prepare           B. offer                C. promise         D. support
   37. A.treasures         B. machines         C. instruments         D. sculptures
   38. A.experience    B. patience         C. consideration       D. imagination
   39. A.travels           B. contests         C. performances    D. lessons
   40. A.challenging       B. practical            C. meaningful          D. convenient
   41. A.stage             B. event                C. relation        D. position
   42. A.fairly        B. properly         C. slightly        D. equally
   43. A.conquered         B. expected         C. discovered          D. suffered
   44. A.up to            B. back on           C. down on             D. forward to
   45. A.failures          B. excuses          C. lies            D. solutions
   46. A.record        B. organize         C. escape              D. focus
   47. A.inspire           B. share                C. compare         D. adjust
   48. A.what              B. that             C. how             D. why
   49. A.improves          B. introduces           C. requires        D. guides
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   50. A.broad         B. tiny             C. proud               D. fresh
   51. A.introduce         B. design               C. contribute          D. accomplish
   52. A.surprise          B. respect              C. credit              D. warmth
   53. A.After all         B. In conclusion        C. In brief        D. Above all
   54. A.lead to           B. apply to         C. respond to          D. occur to
   55. A.richly            B. carefully            C. formally        D. willingly

                                          笫Ⅱ卷
第三部分:语言运用(共两节,满分                45 分)
第二节(共     10 小题;每小题      1.5 分,满分   15 分)
阅读下面材料,在空白处填入适当的内容(1                  个单词)或括号内单词的正确形式。

    My father  had  always been  an alert  observer of  human character.  It was  always a 
challenge to see if any of my     56     (boyfriend) could pass Dad’s test. After Dad died, 
I wondered ___57     I’d figure it out on my own.
    Then Jack arrived on the scene. He was different     58     any other guy I’d dated. My 
brother Rick loudly  announced      59       Jack wasn’t   a turkey like  the other guys I 
____60____ (bring) home. Jack passed my family’s test. But what about Dad’s?
    Then came my mother’s birthday. We rushed to a flower shop for something for Mom. “How 
about this?” Jack said,     61     (point) at a beautiful white corsage(胸花). 

    On the way home, Jack was     62     (unusual) quiet. “I think we should get married,” 
he suddenly said.  “  Yes,”  I whispered. We both  sat dumbfounded, tears running down our 
cheeks. If only Dad were here     63     ( give) his final     64     (approve).
     My mother opened the door. “Happy Birthday!” we shouted. Jack handed the box to her. 
She opened it up. Suddenly, her eyes were filled with tears. “Mom, what’s wrong?” I asked. 
“I’m   sorry,”  she  said with an       65       (amaze) smile. “This   is only the second 
gardenia corsage I’ve ever received. I was given one years ago, long before you kids were 
born.” “From who?” I asked. “Your father gave me one long before we were engaged.” 
    My eyes locked on Jack’s  as  I blinked away(眨掉)   tears. Dad’s  test? I knew Jack had 

passed.

第四部分 写作(共两节,满分             40 分)
第一节 应用文写作(满分           15 分)
    假定你是李华,你的英国笔友             Peter 沉溺于网络游戏不能自拔,甚至不听父母劝阻想要离家出走。请
根据以下要点提示,写信劝他放弃这个想法。
    1.网瘾的危害;
    2.要尊重父母并道歉;
    3.建议他管理好自己的时间。
注意:
    1.词数  80 左右;
    2.可适当增加细节,以使行文连贯;

                                                                                                                   
                                                                               
                                                                                                        
第二节:概要写作(满分           25 分)
阅读下面短文,根据其内容写一篇               60 词左右的内容概要。

    Many Chinese students have studied English for approximately ten years, but most of them 
cannot even speak English correctly or fluently. In my opinion, there are several obstacles 
that have caused this to happen. The main obstacle is fear! Another is the habit of mentally 
translating from Chinese to English and then to change these thoughts into spoken words and 
sentences. Many of these difficulties are caused by the way Chinese people study and learn 
the language.
    We must learn to speak as a child does. When we are learning a second language we need 
to remember how we learned our native language. Learning to understand and speak a language 
is one of the first skills a child develops. How does a child learn the language? He listens 
for a time and then he tries to repeat the words. Parents give great praise for the smallest 
effort and slightest improvement. Therefore, the child develops courage and is excited about 
learning. It takes a long  time before he knows anything about grammar, spelling or formal 
sentence structures.
    As for  language teachers,  they should  avoid criticism and  be  very encouraging and 
generous with praise. Criticism  or pointing out faults too  often causes students to lose 
self-confidence and develop a fear of speaking. The best way to motivate a student is using 
praise.
    The most important aspect of speaking is having good self-esteem. Self-esteem is how you 
feel about yourself. When most Chinese people are  asked how their English is, or they are 
told their English is very good, they immediately respond by saying, “Oh my English is very 
poor.”  If  you  say this  to yourself  often enough,  you will  believe it.  When someone 
compliments(称赞)you, just say “thank you”.
                               嘉兴一中    2017 届高考适应性考试
                                       英语(答案)
第一部分 听力(共二节,满分             30 分,每题   1.5 分)

1—5 CBCAB   6—10 CBACA    11—15 CBACB     16—20 CABAA
第二部分 阅读理解(共两节,满分               35 分)
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第一节(共     10 小题;每小题      2.5 分,满分   25 分)

21-23 DAB       24-26 BAC      27-30 DDDC
第二节(共     5 小题;每小题      2 分,满分    10 分)

31-35 EDGBF
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)
第二节 36-40 BCADA        41-45 DCABA 46-50 DCDCB 51-55 DCDBA
第二节(共     10 小题;每小题      1.5 分,满分   15 分)

56. boyfriends     57. how     58. from            59. that       60. had brought
61. pointing       62. unusually        63. to give       64. approval        65.  amazed
第四部分 写作(共两节,满分             40 分)
第一节 应用文写作(满分           15 分)one possible version:

Dear Peter, 
    I’m  very sorry  to hear that you have decided  to leave home because of your  conflict 
with your parents.
    I think it’s unwise to make such a decision. Addicted to playing online games, you are 
not only  wasting your valuable time but  also hurting the feelings  of your parents. Your 
parents love  you so  much that  they are  trying every effort  to make  your life better. 
Therefore, wouldn’t  it be  reasonable for you to respect them, have  a talk with them and 
apologize? Meanwhile, you should manage your time more wisely and find some meaningful ways 
to spend your free time.
     I’m looking forward to your reply.
                                                                        Yours,
                                                                        Li Hua
第二节:概要写作        one possible version:

    Caused by their  fear and way of  learning, many Chinese students cannot speak English 
fluently even after ten-years' learning.(要点   1)Actually  we should learn to speak English 
as a child learns his native language by listening and repeating a lot.(要点  2)And teachers 
should praise and  encourage rather than criticize students, just  as parents do.(要点   3)
Finally, having good self-esteem is of vital importance in speaking English..(要点 4)
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