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文件名称: 南昌县莲塘三中2021届高二上学期英语第二次月考试题
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2021届江西省南昌市南昌县莲塘第三中学高二上学期英语第二次月考试题
第一部分 听力(共两节,满分30分)
第一节(共5小题;每小题1.5分,满分7.5分)
1. Why does the man need a map?
A. To tour Manchester. B. To find a restaurant. C. To learn about China.
2. What does the woman want to do for vacation?
A. Go to the beach. B. Travel to Colorado. C. Learn to snowboard.
3. What will the man probably do?
A. Take the job. B. Refuse the offer. C. Change the working hours.
4. What does the woman say about John?
A. He won’t wait for her. B. He won’t come home today. C. He won’t be on time for dinner.
5. What will the speakers probably do next?
A. Order some boxes. B. Go home and rest. C. Continue working.
第二节(共15小题;每小题1.5分,满分22.5分)
听第6段材料,回答第6至7题。
6. How does the woman usually go to work?
A. By car. B. By bus. C. By train.
7. What do the speakers agree about taking the train?
A. It is safer. B. It is faster. C. It is cheaper.
听第7段材料,回答第8至10题。
8. What does the man suggest the woman do?
A. Save up for the car. B. Go to another car dealer. C. Ask someone to check the car.
9. What is the salesman going to do?
A. Give a discount. B. Stick to a high price. C. Ask for cash payment.
10. How will the man help the woman?
A. Lend money to her. B. Drive her car home. C. Take care of her car.
听第8段材料,回答第10至13题。
11. What does the woman think of the living expenses in the city?
A. Fairly low. B. Just okay. C. Very high.
12. What does the woman spend most on?
A. Meals. B. Trains. C. Clothes.
13. What does the woman do in her free time?
A. See films. B. Travel around. C. Go for a drink.
听第9段材料,回答第14至16题。
14. What will Rebecca do on June 12?
A. Go on a business trip.
B. Organize a trade exhibition.
C. Meet the people from Head Office.
15. What is John preparing for the meeting?
A. A report. B. A timetable. C. A speech.
16. When do the speakers decide to have the meeting?
A. On June 3. B. On June 10. C. On June 17.
听第10段材料,回答第17至20题。
17. What did the speaker decide to do after lunch that day?
A. Stay to help her friend. B. Drive home in the rain. C. Wait for the rain to stop.
18. What can we learn about the speaker then?
A. She worked at a hotel. B. She had bought a new car. C. She was having a baby soon.
19. Where did the speaker meet the taxi passenger?
A. At a crossroads. B. In front of a hotel. C. Beside a car park.
20. What does the speaker talk about?
A. An exciting lunch party. B. A well-known short story. C. An unforgettable experience.

第二部分 阅读理解
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
Life under lockdown is strange and lonely but people are finding ways to come together and support those in need by volunteering. Here are just a few more ways you can take part in.
NHS Responders
After asking retired medical professionals to return to work, the government has also put out a call for 250,000 volunteers to support the NHS (National Health System). You can apply to be a community response volunteer, collecting and delivering supplies for those in isolation; a patient transport volunteer, helping patients who are dismissed from hospital get home and settled; and an NHS transport volunteer, to assist with delivery of medical supplies.
GAIL'S Bakery
As well as baking breads and pastries for the general public, GAJL's is supplying front-line NHS teams with fresh food, and they need more help to get it where it needs to be. If you want to lend a hand, drop them an email.
Re-engage
Re-engage is a voluntary group that helps reduce loneliness among old people and given that so many people are isolated because of the virus outbreak, they need more volunteers to become call companions. If you want to join them in the telephone befriending service, contact them at 18112256.
A Plate For London
This online platform helps match volunteers with Londoners in need. Now they are focusing on doorstep deliveries of food parcels and hot meals to children who rely on free school meals and those who have lost their jobs as a result of the widespread disease.
21. What is the duty of a patient transport volunteer?
A. Picking up patients. B. Sending patients home.
C. Moving patients to clinics. D. Delivering supplies for patients.
22. Which volunteer group especially cares for the senior?
A. NHS Responders. B. GAIL’s Bakery. C. Re-engage. D. A Plate For London.
23. Who may be offered food by the online platform?
A. The aged. B. The volunteers. C. The patients. D. The unemployed.

B
Benjamin West, the father of American painting, showed his talent for art when he was only six years of age. But he did not know about brushes before a visitor told him he needed one. In those days, a brush was made from camel’s hair. There were no camels nearby. Benjamin decided that cat hair would work instead. He cut some fur from the family cat to make a brush.
The brush did not last long. Soon Benjamin needed more fur. Before long, the cat began to look ragged(蓬乱). His father said that the cat must be sick. Benjamin was forced to admit what he had been doing.
The cat’s lot was about to improve. That year, one of Benjamin’s cousins, Mr. Pennington, came to visit. He was impressed with Benjamin’s drawings. When he went home, he sent Benjamin a box of paint and some brushes. He also sent six engravings(版画) by an artist. These were the first pictures and first real paint and brushes Benjamin had ever seen. In 1747, when Benjamin was nine years old, Mr. Pennington returned for another visit. He was amazed at what Benjamin had done with his gift. He asked Benjamin’s parents if he might take the boy to Philadelphia for a visit.
In the city, Mr. Pennington gave Benjamin materials for creating oil paintings. The boy began a landscape(风景) painting. William Williams, a well-known painter, came to see him work. Williams was impressed with Benjamin and gave him two classic books on painting to take home. The books were long and dull. Benjamin could read only a little, having been a poor student. But he later said, “Those two books were my companions by day, and under my pillow at night.” While it is likely that he understood very little of the books, they were his introduction to classical paintings. The nine-year-old boy decided then that he would be an artist.
24. What is the text mainly about?
A. Benjamin’s visit to Philadelphia.
B. Williams’ influence on Benjamin.
C. The beginning of Benjamin’s life as an artist.
D. The friendship between Benjamin and Pennington.
25. What does the underlined sentence in paragraph 3 suggest?
A. The cat would be closely watched.
B. The cat would get some medical care.
C. Benjamin would leave his home shortly.
D. Benjamin would have real brushes soon.
26. What did Pennington do to help Benjamin develop his talent?
A. He took him to see painting exhibitions.
B. He provided him with painting materials.
C. He sent him to a school in Philadelphia.
D. He taught him how to make engravings.
27. Williams’ two books helped Benjamin to ________.
A. master the use of paints B. appreciate landscape paintings
C. get to know other painters D. make up his mind to be a painter

C
About 30 years ago, two art thieves dressed as police officers made their way into the Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum in Boston and stole multiple artworks, including a Vermeer painting that was one of only 36 by the artist. With an estimated value of over $200 million, “The Concert” remains one of the most expensive missing items on the FBI's list of stolen art. With the rest of Vermeer's masterpieces spread across 17 collections in seven countries, people have never had the opportunity to see all of Vermeer's works in one place. And since some of his works are now too fragile to travel, they'll have to remain where they are forever.
But now, you can experience all of Vermeer's known artworks in one place for the first time. They're available in Pocket Gallery, a brand new function on the Google Arts & Culture app. You can pull out your phone and step into a virtual exhibition space to see all of his 36 works — including the missing masterpiece and the famous “Girl with a Pearl Earring.”
The Art Camera was set up in several galleries around the world, creating the highest-ever resolution (分辨率) pictures of eight of Vermeer's masterpieces. You can also dive into “in painting tours” and explore expert opinions that shed light on Vermeer's art or mysterious life — you can hear from Tracy Chevalier, author of the bestseller “Girl with a Pearl Earring” and read essays on the artist's life and art.
Visit g.co/meetvermeer, join the conversation with MeetVermeer or download the app on either iOS or Android to try out Pocket Gallery.
28. What do we know about Vermeer?
A. He was a productive artist. B. He used to work in a museum.
C. His hobby was listening to concerts. D. His works are collected in different places.
29. Which of the following statements is TRUE according to the passage?
A. “The Concert” was stolen by two well-dressed police officers about 30 years ago.
B. Now we can experience all of Vermeer's known artworks in one place in person.
C. The Art Camera creates the highest-ever resolution pictures of all Vermeer's masterpieces.
D. Some of Vermeer's artworks have to stay where they are in case they are broken or damaged.
30. What does the author intend to do in the last paragraph?
A. Summarize the previous paragraphs. B. Provide some advice for the readers.
C. Add some background information D. Introduce a new topic for discussion.
31. What can be a suitable title for the text?
A. Vermeer’s Gallery on the Phone B. The Art Camera in Galleries
C. Google: A Know-It-All App D. Vermeer: A Great Artist
D
Dr. Faisal Zawawi, an Otolaryngologist and member of the McGill Auditory Sciences Laboratory, notes that when a person is exposed to loud noises it can cause short-term hearing loss but that under normal circumstances the body typically is able to repair the loss of hearing within 72 hours. However, Zawawi warns that if symptoms are not reversed (倒转) in the first 72 hours the damage could become permanent. Due to findings in previous studies about it, Zawawi says that the team of researchers has suspected that something may stop this repair process. Therefore, the team set out to determine if caffeine could be a contributing cause to hearing loss. According to the Medical Daily, the researchers tested what they suspected on female guinea pigs(FGP) (豚鼠).
To perform the test, 24 female guinea pigs were split into three equal groups with each group exposed in different levels to caffeine, and loud noises. The researchers found that the guinea pigs subjected to only sound had their full hearing recovered by day eight. However, the guinea pigs that were subjected to both caffeine and loud noise never fully regained their hearing. Therefore,the researchers concluded that caffeine is a likely contributing cause to permanent hearing loss.
“This research confirms that while a cup of coffee may seem appealing after a long night at a loud concert, drinking caffeine produces more of a risk than benefit when it comes to a person's hearing. Although further research is required to understand the effect on humans, the results are promising," says Zawawi. If the research proves successful, the removal of caffeine from your diet following noise exposure could prevent permanent hearing loss as the body will be more able to repair itself naturally.
32. What caused the team to do the research?
A.Caffeine loving people suffering hearing loss.
B.The results about hearing loss found before.
C.The finding that FGPs are sensitive to noise.
D.The fact that many people drink coffee.
33. What is Zawawi's view about temporary hearing loss?
A.Drinking coffee daily results in it.
B.The continuous noise exposure surely causes it.
C.The temporary hearing loss will become permanent after 3 days.
D.Generally people can recover from it in 3 days.
34. What can we learn about hearing from the text?
A.Coffee can lead to quick hearing loss. B.Loud noise causes people to lose it forever.
C.Coffee can stop it from recovering. D.Hearing loss after noise exposure is normal.
35. How does Zawawi assess the research?
A.It's controversial. B.It's unnecessary to carry it on.
C.It's not predictable. D.It's almost successful.

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。
Five steps to better handwriting
Some kids love handwriting. but others hate when it's time to put their pen to paper. Maybe they are worried about their handwriting. Are you one of them?_36_Here are five steps that really work!
Get a correct grasp
Try this --- hold your pencil at the top and try to write your name. Pretty hard? But when you hold your pencil the correct way, writing is much easier. 37 Hold it in place with your thumb (拇指),and your index (食指)and middle fingers.
Let the lines be your guide
Lined paper is your friend! Those lines can help you create letters that are the right size and proportion (均衡).38 Also be sure to fill up the lined space completely. Those capital letters should be from the bottom line to the top one.
Slow down
If your writing is hard to read, try slowing down a little. If you rush, it's hard to control where you stop and start your letters.
Lower the pressure
39 That makes it harder to make the smooth lines. Try easing up and don't hold the pencil too tightly.
40
Lots of games require you to write or draw pictures. So even though ifs not schoolwork, you're still using the skills you need to control your pen better.
A. So "a” should be half the height of a capital "A”.
B. You've been writing since you were a little kid.
C. Some kids press down really hard when they write.
D. The good news is that just everyone can improve their handwriting.
E. The best way to hold a pen or pencil is to let it rest next to the base of your thumb.
F. Play games.
G Ask for more advice.
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。
When I was a young man I had much ego(自负). I thought I 41 everything. I looked forward to fame and success. I can even remember once in college 42 telling one of my friends: “ If only everyone listened to me, then they would all be happy.” I 43 left school, ready to take on the world. Little did I know the world was about to take on me.
In the 44 following college, instead of success, I found struggles. I had 45 in finding work. My jobs were either temporary or were 46 badly. When my wife and I had children, we were 47 to learn that both of our sons had Autism(自闭症) and would need to be 48 for the rest of their lives. I had no 49 why this had happened to us.
In time, however, I began to 50 . My ego was decreasing fast. Instead of success, I found my 51 in moments of love. Playing and 52 with my sons brought me so much happiness. My boys 53 me more about peace, patience, joy and love than I could have ever learned on my own. I began to share the 54 I learned through my writings and my life. I finally realized that my 55 in this world had nothing to do with fame or success. 56 , it had everything to do with allowing love and light into my life and 57 it with everyone I could.
You may not be happy 100% of the time. 58 can be in this world. Yet, you will find a joy no earthly(世俗的) 59 could ever give. Put all of your moments, days and years to good use then. 60 them with love.
41. A. knew B. deserved C. possessed D. confirmed
42. A. calmly B. nicely C. proudly D. eagerly
43. A. frequently B. finally C. suddenly D. smoothly
44. A. days B. months C. weeks D. years
45. A. fun B. regret C. power D. trouble
46. A. done B. paid C. prepared D. judged
47. A. exhausted B. annoyed C. shocked D. embarrassed
48. A. taken charge of B. paid attention to C. put up with D. taken care of
49. A. idea B. hope C. opinion D. belief
50. A. agree B. change C. struggle D. improve
51. A. job B. joy C. luck D. goal
52. A. laughing B. toying C. swimming D. working
53. A. fetched B. brought C. prepared D. taught
54. A. theories B. contents C. lessons D. truths
55. A. demand B. career C. purpose D. world
56. A. Therefore B. Again C. Also D. Instead
57. A. sharing B. owning C. admiring D. enjoying
58. A. Somebody B. Nobody C. Everybody D. Anybody
59. A. person B. matter C. success D. experience
60. A. Equip B. Trade C. Live D. Fill
第II卷
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。
Stress used to be an almost unknown word, but now that we are used to talking about it, I have found that people are beginning to get stressed about being stressed.
In recent years, stress ___61____ (regard) as a cause of a whole range of medical problems, from high blood pressure to mental illness. But like so many other things, it is only too much stress ___62____ does you harm. It is time you considered that if there were no stress in your life, you would achieve a little. If you are stuck at home with no stress, then there is slight chance that you will make some ___63____ (achieve). Up to a certain point, the more stress you are under, the ____64___ (good) your performance will be. Beyond a certain point, though, further stress will only lead to exhaustion, illness and finally a breakdown. You can tell when you are over the top and on the downward slope, by asking yourself ____65___ number of questions. Do you, for instance, feel that too much is being expected of you, and yet find ___66___ impossible to say no? Do you find yourself getting impatient or ___67____ (annoy) with people over unimportant things? If the answer to all those questions is yes, you had better control your ___68____ (variety) stress, as you probably are under more stress than is good for you. To some extent you can control the amount of stress in your life. Doctors have worked out a chart, ____69___ (show) how much stress is involved in different events. Getting married is 50, pregnancy 40, moving house 20, Christmas 12, etc. If the total stress in your life is over 150, you are twice as likely ____70___ (get) ill.
第四部分 写作(共两节,满分35分)
第一节 短文改错(共10小题;每小题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,每处错误仅涉及一个单词的增加、删改或修改。
增加:在缺词处加一个漏字符号(Λ),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。
Not only can interest drive us to learn happy but also make our learning efficient.Take me as an example.I used to be weak English.One day in Senior Grade 1, I happen to see an English movie named Speed.It was such interesting that I watched it again and again.Surprisingly, I didn’t feel English bored and difficult any more.From then on, I began to watch English movies but read English novels every week.Naturally, I made a rapid progress in my English.Gradual, my English became the best in my class.Now, when it comes to English, I always feel confident about me.
In one word, whoever is interested in something are sure to do it well.
第二节 书面表达(满分25分)
假设你是晨光中学高二(3)班李华,你校将在下周五举办“校园艺术节(Campus Art Festival)系列活动。请给你班留学生Jim写封邮件,邀请他参加,邮件的内容包括:
1. 介绍你选择参加的活动(如唱歌、书法、绘画、舞蹈、乐器等);
2. 说明参加该活动的理由;
3. 邀请他参加校园艺术节。
注意: 词数不少于100;
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