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湖南省 衡阳市 2023 届高三 第二次 联考 英语试题 Word
2023年湖南省高三联考试题 英语 第一部分 听力(共两节。满分30分) 做题时,先将答案标在试卷上。录音内容结束后。你将有两分钟的时间将试卷上的答案转涂到答题卡上。 第一节(共5小题,每小题1.5分,满分7.5分) 听下面5段对话。每段对话后有一个小题,从题中所给的A、B、C三个选项中选出最佳选项。听完每段对话后,你都有10秒钟的时间来回答有关小题和阅读下一小题。每段对话仅读一遍。 例: How much is the shirt? A. ₤19.15. B. ₤9. 18. C. ₤9.15, 答案是C。 1. Where did the man use to 1ive? A In an apartment. B. Ina park house. C In the dormiory. 2. What does the lady want to have? A. Coffee and milk, B Orange juice and bred. C. Coffee and bread. 3.How long does it task the man to drive home after 5 p.m? A.35 minutes, B.20 minutes. C 15 minutes. 4. What does the woman suggest doing this morning? . A. Going to a mall, B Having a meeing. C. Canceling a meeting. 5. What dos the man mean? A. The womon dos' lkie to work at all. B The computer to definitely broken down C. He had experience in repiring computers 第二节(共5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,每小题将给出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. What does the man want to do? A. Go boating. B. Take pictures. C. Watch Huangmeixi. 7. How will the speakers probably go on a trip? A. By plane, B. By car. C. By bike. . 听第7段材料,回答第8至10题。 8. How often does the man work out? A. Twice a day. B. Twice a week. C. Twice a month. 9. What does the man plan to do? A. Have a compeition. B. Keep on exercising, C. Lose some weight. 10. What would the woman probably do? A. Go to the gym with the man. B. Go to the office with the man. C. Take a walk with the man. 听第8段材料,回答第11至13题。. 11. Where are the speakers now? A. At Sam's home B. In the supermarket.. C. In the parking lot. 12. Why doesn't the woman buy the boy snacks as he likes? A. She thinks they are unhealthy. B. She thinks they are expensive. C, She thinks they are not fresh. 13. Which apples are organic? A. Gala apples. B. Fuji apples. C. Golden Dlious aples 听第9段材料,回答第14至17题。 14. How does the woman feel about the magic trick? A. Uninterested. B. Amazed. C. Normal. 15. In what condition does the spoon turn into liquid according to the man? A. At a normal temperature. B. At a low temperature. C. At a high temperature. 16. How would the woman probably get gallium? A. By buying some gallium on her won. B. By getting some left gallium from the man. C. By asking for some gallium from the magician. 17. What are the speakers mainly discussing about? A. A kind of magic metal. B. A way of making spoons. C. The secret of the magician. 听第10段材料,回答第18至20题。 18. What did the author do to appeal to the students? A. She shot some videos. B. She gave performances. C. She used extra materials. 19. How did the students like the class? A. It was difcult. B. It was boring. C. It was interesting. 20. What did the author thank for? A. Her energetic students. B. The teaching material. . C. The students' applause. 第二部分阅读 (共两节,满分50分) 第一节(共15小题;每小题2.5分,满分37.5分) 阅读下列短文,从每题所给的A、B、C、D四个选项中选出最佳选项。 A Haven't apreciated art for a long time? Don't worry, National Centre for the Performing Arts (NCPA) has arranged something reallyl amaing for you. Let's check what's on! Flower Rain on the Silk Road Place: Opera House Time: January 23-27.19; 00-20; 30 Prie ¥60 - 80 (click here for specific price for different seats) About: A eassieal Chinese dance dramn which is to celebrate China-foreign fendship that carries forward the Silk Rod spirit of friendly commercial ineraction and win win cooperation, The Unicorn Purse Place: Main Theatre Time: January23, 19: 30- 20: 30 Price ¥160- 600 (click here for specific price for different seats) About: Jnguv. or Being Oper; an interesting story about how a man named Yang Yanzhao saves the princess and marries her in Liao Dynasty. Minimalist Creation Place; Multi- functional Theatre Time: January25 -27,14; 30-15; 30, 19; 30-20; 30 Price:¥328 About: Magice performances with the unexpected combinations such as, a plastie bog, a plastie pipe, and other conmon iemns in daily life, which will make children have a period of warm and fun time. New Year's Concert of Bejing Place: Concert Hall Time; January 26 -27, 19; 30-21: 10 Price:¥100 600 (click here for specific price for diferent seats) About: Altogether 20 picces of masterpieces, conducted by Li Bowei. Kindly reminder Except for some children's plays. in's not llowed for children with height of 120cm or under to enter the concert hall. Box office North Gate of NCPA,No, 2 West Chang an Avenue, Xicheng District, Bejing, P. R. China Tickets ollection hours 9: 30- 19; 30 on performance day 9; 30- 18; 00 for days without performance Booking line +86 10 6655 0000 Booking hours 9: 30- 18; 00 (CST) Monday to Friday Seating Chart We make every efort to ensure the acuracy of the information. However, the hours, pices, and program dtails may vary due to last minute changes. 21. Which one is the most suitable for a family with kids? A. Flower Rain on the Silk Road B. The Unicorn Purse. C. Minimalist Creation. D. Bejing Wind Orchestra. 22. How much do you have to pay at least to enjoy pure music? A.¥60. B.¥100. C.¥160. D.¥328. 23. Which iformation will not change belore the beining of aplay? A. Contact ways. B. Lasting hours. C. Ticket prices. D. Program details. B Learning how to do simple handwork is a great way for girls to combine pratical sills and ceativity. With schools and educators always trying to encourage more girls to take up STEM subjects (science, technology, engineering and maths) in high school and beyond, this could be the start of something special, “My daughter always asks to help me when 1 get something from IKEA that needs puting together," says Emma. "Normally, I don't trust her to do much more than turning the Allen key a few times, but recently I bought two chairs and thought: Why not let them have a go? My daughter Ruby did one on her own and was really careful and expert in it. It amazed me that she did a better job than me." If parents sill aren't convinced that lting their daughters lose with the family power tols is a good ide, just remember how much the local worker charges for a quick DIY job. This fun hobby might save the family a tew dllars, or even broaden their daughter's visions to a building, egineeing based career or study path further down the line. “When I first used a saw (锯子), 1 was petty sure r'd cut my finger oforf something, but our teacher explained eryhing we neded to know and Istar ted off slowly," explains Amelia, a 12- year old girl. "I’ve nearly fished making my bread board and I've brought some ofcuts home beause I want to try and turn them into somehing using tols from my grandpa's clction..1 love bildig. It's ceaive and cllnging and relly satistying when it works!" Ameia ads. "'m going to build a bird feder for our garden next. 1just need to ask Mum and Dad if 1 can borw a dill and some nails." Hopefully tey'll say yes. After ll, Amelia might end up buildig them a family house in a few years. 24. How did Ruby perform when putting the chair together? A. Less carefully than usual. B. As slilfully as an expert. C. Beyond mom's expectation, D. No better than her mom. 25. What will happen if a girl knows how to doa DIY job? A. The local worker will charge her less money. B. She will make a few dllars for the family. C. It will prevent her from gtting a lot of fun. D. It will improve her STEM-related abilit.t 26. What will Amelia do with parents' permision? A. Make a bread board. B. Bring off-cuts home. C. Build a family house. D. Make a bird feeder. 27. What's the main idea of the text? A. Parents ought to do handwork with their kids. B. Girls should be given chances to do handwork. C. Girls share their stories about doing handwork. D. Kids are beneficial from doing some handwork. C Do you ever feel guilty for relaxing, even after you ve worked hard all day? Do you feel like you should be doing more despite working full hours and nearing burnout? You may be experiencing productivity dysmorphia (生产力畸形)。It is a way to describe the feling of failing to recognize your accomplishments and wanting to continue doing more, even when you're. running on fumes. Author Anna Codrear Rado who wrote an article about productivity dysmorphia claimed "it is the pursuit of productivity that drives us to do more while robbing us of the ability to enjoy any success we might encounter along the way". Highly competitive and job-led culture contribute to constantly pursuing productivity that eats away at other areas of life. In fact, you' re often praised for putting productivity above your well-being. Remember how schools rewarded perfect attendance? Similarly, companies prefer employees who get the maximum work done while taking the fewest possible breaks. Rewards like these have strengthened that rest is bad and that being constantly at work is the right thing to do. Plus, the problem isn't that the boss tells them to do it, but rather that they internalize the need to always be productive even when they' re going somewhere to enjoy leisure time. Habits like these may be born out of the social pressure to find self worth in work achievements. Some writers have even begun describing rest as productive, as if people should stop relaxing if it doesn't improve performance in some way. Not only does this mindset make it difficult to view and celebrate your achievements, but it also pushes you to build your entire life around work goals. The only milestones that matter are achieving work goals. The worst part? There's no sense of fulfillment when you reach these goals. 28. What do the underlined words "running on fumes" mean in Paragraph 1? A. Tired. B. Excited, C. Satisfied. D. Disappointed. 29. Which is the reason for constantly pursuing produetivity? A. Minor competitiveness. B. Pressure from jobs. C. Instructions from the boss. D. Internalized needs. 30. Which may be an example of productivity dysmorphia? A. A man completes work in working hours. B. A man enjoys leisure time with his family,. C. A woman works everywhere at anytime. D. A woman stops for a relaxation regularly. 31. What is the author's atitude towards the description of some writers? . A. Favorable. B. Negative. C. Unconcerned. D. Neutral. D Living robots can reproduce on their own in a dish. This is not a science-fic-tion movie, but the result of a new research, Xenobots, a type of tiny robot, were first created in 2020, using cells taken from the embryo (胚胎) of an African frog species. Under the right lab conditions, the cells formed small structures that could sel-assemble (自组装),move in groups and react to their environment. Now, the researchers have found that xenobots can also self- reproduce, according to the journal- -Nerw Scientist. Xenobots step over an unusual line. Are they living organisms or robots? They are organisms because they are made of stem cells and can reproduce. But they are also robots because they can move on their own and perform physical labor, co-author Sam Kriegman told The Washington Post. "People have thought for quite a long time that we ve worked out all the ways that life can reproduce or copy. But this is something that's never been observed before," co-author Douglas Blackiston, a senior scientist at Tufts University in the US, told Science Daily website. The ablity t0 copy adds a new layer of potential function to the robots. Kriegman told The Washingon Post that while xenobots are not yet commer cially useful, they have the potential to offer a number of services, from cleaning up microplastics in the ocean to safely delivering drugs to a speifice spot in a person's body. However, the creation of xenobots comes with concerns. Some think more advanced future xenobots, especially ones that live longer and reproduce, could out-compete other species, according to The Converstion, an Australia news media. Researchers think these risks are manageable.“If you change the amount of sodium (钠元素) in that water to be too high or too low, they'll die," Kriegman told The Washington Post. “If there's a piece of copper, a kind of metal, in the dish, they'll all die. It's an extremely contollable, stoppable and safe system." 32. What are xenobots? A. Robots first discovered in 2020. B. Robots from a sci- fi movie, C. Organisms made of embryos. D. Organisms as well as robots. 33. What is the promising benefit brought about by xenobots? A. Promoting commercial products. B. Offering some household services. C. Delivering medicine inside a patient. D. Cleaning up huge plastics in the ocean. 34. What can you infer from Kriegman's words in the last paragraph? A. Xenobots die hard in water. B. Xenobots won't pose a threat, C. Xenobots are made of copper. D. Xenobots have a safe system. 35. What is the purpose of the passage? A. To inform us of the creation of Xenobots. B. To instruct people how to use Xenobots. C. To warn about the danger from Xenobots, D. To settle the arguments over Xenobots. 第二节(共5小题;每小题2.5分,滿分12.5分) 阅读下面短文,从短文后的选项中选出可以填入空白处的最佳选项。选项中有两项为多余选项。 Navigation (导航) skills seem to come naturally to some- but others aren't so lucky. If you are lacking in a sense of direction, especially sick of taking wrong turns, here's how to start finding your way. To begin with, 1 have to be frank that I had an interest in researching this topie becuse my own sense of direction is absoluely rubish. 36. _____I can find my way there easily enough because there are signs pointing me in the right direction. But gtting back to my dining table is another story. After all, there are no helpful signs saying, "This is where you were stting less than five minutes ago, Jane." However, a good news is that according to scientists the hippocampus (海马体)一the part of the brain associated with navigation- -expands to accommodate the mental maps of those who are puzzled with directions. 37.______They just need to work at it. Firstly, it's a good idea to put the GPS away. In a University of Nottingham study, drivers who'd fllowed step-by-step GPS instructions found it harder to work out where they'd been. 38._________。 39._____Not least it is because the amount of mental energy it requires means it's more likely to stick in your mind. Looking at online maps on a big screen- or even studying a paper map- -also allows you to get a sense of that all- important bigger picture and how everywhere fits together.

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