毕业学校_____________ 姓名________________ 考生号________________ -------------在--------------------此--------------------卷--------------------上--------------------答--------------------题--------------------无--------------------效---------------- 绝密★启用前 浙江省湖州市2019年中考试卷 英 语 卷Ⅰ （本卷共五大题，56小题，满分66分） Ⅰ.听力（本题有15小题，其中1—10小题每题1分，11—15小题每题2分，共20分） 第一节：听下面五段对话，每段对话后有1个小题，请从题中所给的A、B、C三个选项中选择正确的选项。每段对话仅读一遍。 1. Which fruit does the man want？ A. An apple.B. A banana. C. An orange. 2. How is Nick going to school today？ A. By bike.B. On foot.C. By car. 3. Who was ill last night？ A. Tom.B. TinaC. Jack. 4 What will the weather be like tomorrow？ A. Rainy.B. Cloudy.C. Sunny. 5. What s the possible relationship between the two speakers？ A. Wife and husband.B. Teacher and student.C. Sister and brother. 第二节：听下面两段较长对话，每段对话后有2至3个小题，请从题中所给的A、B、C三个选项中选择正确的选项。每段对话读两遍。 听下面一段较长对话，回答第6－7小题。 6. Why does Grace join the group？ A. To make more friends. B. To improve her English. C. To share her experience. 7. How often will the group meet every week？ A. Once a week.B. Twice a week.C. Three times a week. 听下面一段较长对话，回答第8－10小题。 8. How is Tim these days？ A. He is a little tired. B. He feels terrible.C. He looks young. 9. What does Mary suggest Tim do？ A. Work hard.B. Take more exercise.C. Go to bed early. 10. When is Tim going to take action？ A. Today.B. tomorrow.C. The day after tomorrow. 第三节：听下面一段独白，独白后有5个小题，请从题中所给的A、B、C三个选项中选择正确的选项。独白读两遍。 11. When was the “eat” restaurant opened？ A. One year ago. B. Two years ago.C. Five years ago. 12. Why is the “eat” restaurant famous？ A. It looks unusual.B. It serves delicious food.C. It has a special rule. 13. What can people do in the “eat” restaurant？ A. Cough.B. Make phone calls.C. Use body languages. 14 Who came up with the idea for the “eat” restaurant？ A. The manager.B. An Indian.C. The head cook. 15. What probably makes people enjoy their food better in the “eat” restaurant？ A. The taste.B. The service.C. The silence. Ⅱ.完形填空（本题有15小题，每小题1分，共15分） 阅读下面短文，理解其大意，然后从各题所给的A、B、C、D四个选项中选出最佳选项。 My neighbor is a doctor. He and his wife are some of the 16 people I have ever met. A few years ago, we started this kind of “favor war“ where one of us would do something kind for the other, such as 17 the driveway or building a shed, and next time the other would 18 to top it with another favor. Yesterday morning there was about 2 or 3 feet of snow on the ground and I 19 he shoveled(铲) my driveway for me when I was out on a business trip last 20 . So I took out my shovel and took care of both our sidewalks and driveways because it was my turn to do a favor 21 . It took a while but I finished it with another favor. That night I got a 22 on my door. It was my neighbor, He immediately shook my hand and thanked me for shoveling 23 driveway and side walk, so that he was able to get to work earlier and 24 a boy. “As soon as I started the car early this morning, a(n) 25 came through that a young boy in our neighborhood was seriously ill. 26 , my partner and I were only about 2 minutes away, but the closest ambulance(救护车) 10 minutes,“ added he. “A young boy got to live his life 27 you did me that favor earlier this morning.” It wasn t too much 28 to shovel a driveway, but what I did got a young boy to see his family again, go back to school again and live his life again. 29 favor is too small. Even the smallest favor can make the biggest 30 . One favor will always be followed by another. 16. A. nicestB. busiestC. richesD. happiest 17. A. looking forB. going downC. cleaning upD. walking across 18. A. tryB. stopC. agreeD. refuse 19. A. sawB. thoughtC. expectedD. remembered 20. A. springB. summerC. autumnD. winter 21. A. soonB. backC. againD. first 22. A. noteB. kickC. giftD. knock 23. A. myB. ourC. hisD. your 24. A. metB. savedC. supportedD. encouraged 25. A. callB. cardC. letterD. invitation 26. A. FinallyB. ActuallyC. LuckilyD. Suddenly 27. A. whenB. unlessC. becauseD. though 28. A. practiceB. troubleC. attentionD. experience 29. A. NoB. AnyC. SomeD. Each 30. A. choiceB. progressC. decisionD. difference Ⅲ.阅读理解（本题有15小题，共23分。其中31－37小题每题1分，38－45小题每题2分） A Summer Culture “What is your teen doing this summer?“ Welcome a student from France or Spain into your family! Host a student from Spain or France and experience his/her life and culture. Exchange students from Spain and France are looking for welcoming warm, fun and loving hosts who will share life and culture with them for a few weeks in June, July and August. Stays can be from 3 to 6 weeks. What to do with your exchange student Movies / Museums / Beach / Cooking / Baking / Community projects / Volunteering / Hanging out / Shopping / Disneyland/ anything you can think of. Requirements to host: Loving, active, outgoing family One stay-at-home. Or part time host parent Teen in the home within 4 years of age of the exchange student Willing to take students to places or interest once a week (maybe visiting them next summer at their home countries) If you are interested and would like more information, please contact: Shirley Wentzell 909-918-6715 Email: [email protected]
uceus.com 31. Exchange students from France or Spain will possibly stay for ________ in host families. A. 10 daysB. 5 weeksC. 2 monthsD. 1 year 32. According to the passage, we can learn that ________. 毕业学校_____________ 姓名________________ 考生号________________ -------------在--------------------此--------------------卷--------------------上--------------------答--------------------题--------------------无--------------------效---------------- A. exchange students will come back next summer B. exchange students have to cook dinner by themselves C. parents in a host family should have full-time jobs D. teens in host families can experience different cultures 33. The text above is probably a ________. A. letterB. noticeC. posterD. diary B By Anna Matteo 28 January, 2019 A 3-year-old boy who was lost in the woods for two days is now safe at home with his family. But Casey Hathaway told his rescuers(救援者) that he was not alone in the rainy, freezing cold woods. He said he was with a friend—a bear. The child went missing on January 22 while playing with friends near his grandmother s house in North Carolina. When the other children returned but Casey did not, the family searched the area for almost an hour before calling the police. Police formed a search team to look for the young boy in the nearby woods. But two days went by and—no Casey. Then on January 24, someone called the police saying he heard a child crying in the woods. Police followed up on the information and found Casey at about 9: 30 that night. He was in good health. Casey told the rescuers he had hung out with a black bear for two days, a bear he called his “friend”. The police officer Chip Hughes spoke with reporters from several news agencies. He said Casey did not say how he could survive in the woods for two days in the cold, rainy weather. “However,” the police officer said, “he did say he had a friend in the woods that was a bear with him.” Hundreds of people helped in the search and rescue efforts, including some 600 volunteers, police and members of the army. Doctors at the medical center gave Casey some examination. He was then sent to his family on January 25. His mother talked with reporters and thanked everyone who joined the search for her son. “We just want to tell everybody that we’re very thankful that you took the time out to search for Casey,” said his mother. “He is up and talking. He’s already asked to watch cartoons. ” 34. Who stayed with Casey in the woods during the two days? A. A bear.B. The police.C. His mother.D. The volunteers. 35. The underlined word “survive“ in Paragraph 6 probably means “________“. A. give upB. get lostC. fall asleepD. remain alive 36. What is the correct order in which these happen? a. Someone heard a child crying. b. The family started to look for Casey. c. Casey played with his friends. d. The police found Casey was in good health. A. b-c-a-dB. b-c-d-aC. c-b-a-dD. c-b-d-a 37. After Casey was sent back home, he was ________. A. scaredB. nervousC. relaxedD. surprised C A myth is something that is not correct, but many people believe. There are a lot of myths about the human brain. One of the biggest myths is that we only use 10 percent of our brains. The next part of the myth is that if we can learn to use the rest of our brains, then we ll be much smarter. People say this all the time, but it s absolutely not true! The truth is that although we don t know everything about the human brain, we know that each part of it has an important function(功能) . Modern scientists think the “10 percent myth” ridiculous(荒谬的) . The other most popular myth is about being “right brained” or “left brained”. According to this myth, people who use the right side of their brains are more artistic and creative. People who use the left side of their brains are better at math and science. This is as popular as the 10 percent myth, and it s also wrong. In 2013, a study at an American university examined the right brain and left brain myth. According to the study, we use both sides of our brains equally (相等地). “ It s true that we use different parts of our brains for different things. We use our left side for language more, and our right side when we need to pay attention. But there is no evidence (证据) that creative people use the right side more or that scientific people use the left side more. We’ve talked about myths, so let s look at a few interesting facts about the brain. First of all, the brain feels no pain. Second, about 75 percent of the brain is made of water. It’s also the fattest organ in your body. Here s another interesting fact about the brain. Around the time you turn 18 years old, it stops growing. 38. The underlined word “This“ in Paragraph 3 refers to “________”. A. the left brain mythB. the right brain and left brain myth C. the use of human brainsD. the study of an American university 39. According to the facts mentioned in the passage, ________ may use the left brain more. A. Robert, who is learning EnglishB. Kate, who is drawing pictures C. Jenny, who is designing clothesD. Jacob, who is doing research 40. Which of the following is TRUE about the human brain? A. It is growing all life long.B. The right side is used more by artists. C. Some parts of it are not used at all.D. Three quarters of it is made of water. 41. The passage mainly tells about ________. A. the growing of the brainB. different functions of the brain C. right brain and left brainD. myths and facts about the brain D Populations of white-tailed deer(白尾鹿) are growing rapidly in many parts of the United States. As populations grow, food becomes a problem. Many deer die of hunger. Others grow up small and unhealthy. In search of food. hungry deer move closer to where humans live. They eat farm crops, vegetables and even trees. Besides, increased numbers of deer near roads can cause traffic accidents. People admire the grace and fast speed of deer. Most people don t want these animals to be hungry and ill. Should people take action to control the growing deer populations? Should people take direct action? Many people think that hunting(打猎) is the best way to control the animal populations. Wildlife managers will see if there s enough food in an area and decide its carrying capacity(容量). Then hunters with licenses are sent to help control the number of deer. Hunting is usually not allowed in cities or suburbs, however. Some people have the idea to catch the deer and move them to other places. But this method is expensive and requires finding another place that can accept the deer without breaking the balance of ecosystem. Scientists are also working to develop chemicals to control the birth rate in deer populations. But this plan works for only one year at a time. Should people take indirect action? Some suggest bringing in natural enemies of deer, such as wolves, lions and bears, to areas with too many deer. But these animals could also hurt dogs, cats, and even humans. Other communities have built tall fences(篱笆) around areas to keep out the deer. However, this is impossible for farmers. ▲ Some people are against any kind of action. They support leaving the deer alone. Animal populations in an area naturally go up and down over time. Doing nothing means that some deer will die of hunger or illness. But finally, the population will reach a size within the carrying capacity of the environment. So, let nature go its own way. 42. According to the passage, increased numbers of deer can bring _______ to people in the area. A. water pollutionB. traffic accidents C. serious illnessesD. growing populations 43. Which of the following is the best to fill in the “____________“ in the passage? A. Should People Do Nothing? B. Should People Protect the Deer? C. Should People Take Special Action? D. Should People Drive the Deer Away? 44. The writer most probably agrees that ________________. A. farmers can build fences to keep the deer out B. people should leave the deer alone in the wild C. hunting is the best way to control the deer populations 毕业学校_____________ 姓名________________ 考生号________________ D. it s great to catch the deer and move them to other places 45. The writer organizes this passage by ________________. A. telling storiesB. using numbers C. giving opinionsD. describing scenes Ⅳ.任务型阅读(本题有5小题，每小题1分，共5分) 陈琳准备在学校外语文化节上介绍巧克力脆饼(chocolate crunchies)的制作方法。请你帮她从A—E中选择相应的图片，填入46—50题的各个步骤中,完成PPT演示文稿。 200g dark chocolate 50g butter 4 spoons of cornflakes(玉米片) 50g honey 46 Step 1 Break the dark chocolate into small pieces. Put them into saucepan. 47 Step 2. Add the butter and honey (sugar is also OK). 48 Step 3. Heat gently until the mixture is smooth. Stir(搅动)the mixture while it is heating. Do not let the mixture boil. 49 Step 4.Take the saucepan off the heat and wait for 5 minutes. Add the cornflakes to mixture. Mix it well. 50 Step 5.Spoon the mixture into paper cake cups. Put the cups with chocolate crunchies into the fridge. Leave them for six hours to set. 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