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全国大联考2017年5月英语试卷及答案

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I think it all started when I was staying at my mom’s. A tiny white lilac shrub (丁香花丛) bloomed along the grassy space. I remember seeing it and realizing how long it had been since I last saw one. I walked over to it and breathed deeply. A hidden longing came over me.
Isn’t it funny how we can become fond of something, and then it takes on a new importance in our minds? That’s what happened with the lilacs and me. The lilacs at Mom’s made me long for my own.
A few years later, I decided to move back to New York. After I was settled, I discovered a lilac farm not far away and came home with some small shrubs, and a bag of fertilizer lilacs especially like, and instructions from the grower to cut mine back by one-third of their size every year if I wanted mine like those on his farm.
Since I chose to move away from warmer climates, I really try not to complain about the winter. I know it has to be like this, but I can hardly wait for the bare winter branches to be replaced by the first blooms.
When winter is at its worst, I try to remember what it’s like when it’s warm enough to open the windows, and the spring breeze carries the lilac flavor (香味) in.
I know some people find lilacs to be disappointing, since they bloom for such a short time—or not at all, if we have a late frost. I disagree. They’re part of who I am, and I need them each year.
21. What made the writer long for lilacs?
A. The sweet smell the lilacs at Mum’s gave off.
B. The appreciation he had of the lilacs at Mum’s.
C. The importance and his appreciation of lilacs.
D. The importance the lilacs at Mum’s take on in his mind.
22. Compared with the climate of New York, how is that where the lilacs at his Mum’s grew?
A. Warmer.                    B. Hotter.                                   C. Colder.                            D. Cooler.
23. What does the 4th paragraph really mean?
A. The writer regrets moving away from warmer climates.
B. The writer is worried that his lilacs will bloom later than usual.
C. The writer expects his lilacs to bloom despite of the cold climates.
D. The writer thinks his lilacs not to bloom because of the cold climates.
24. What does the writer want to express by telling the story?
A. The lilacs at Mum’s enable him to like lilacs.          
B. Lilacs don’t always bloom.
C. Of all flowers, lilacs bloom for the shortest time.    
D. Lilacs have become part of who he is.
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A. The click rate of the ad.                                         B. What the readers think of the ad      .
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28. Why does Los Angeles Times publish this ad?
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Have you wondered why people don’t drive on the same side of the road? It might seem strange that British drivers stay on the left, but they’re not the only ones. Around 35 percent of the world population does the same.
It’s said that, originally, almost everybody traveled on the left side of the road. However, the transportation was quite different from today. For Medieval swordsmen (中世纪剑客) on horseback, it made sense to keep to the left to have their right arms closer to their enemies. Getting on and off a horse was also easier from the left side, and safer done by the side of the road than in the center.
But things changed in the late 1700s when large wagons (四轮马车) pulled by several pairs of horses were used in France. Without a driver’s seat inside the wagon, the driver sat on the left horse, with his right arm free to use his whip to keep the horses moving. Since he was sitting on the left, he wanted other wagons to pass on his left, so he kept to the right side of the road.
Britain refused to give up their left-hand driving ways. This was later made law. However, France accepted the item to keep to the right side of the road. During all this driving confusion, Britain and France were so powerful that they colonized (殖民) many counties, where people had to drive on the same side of the road. This explains why former British colonies such as Australia, and India drive on the left, while former French colonies like Algeria, and Senegal drive on the right.
29. How did people usually travel before the 1700s?
A. On the right.                B. On horseback.                  C. In a wagon.                            D. On the left.
30. Why did a French driver of a wagon keep to the right of the road?
A. To take better care of his wagon.
B. To let other wagons to pass on his left.
C. To make sure fewer traffic accidents happened.
D. To free his right hand to use his whip to keep the horses moving.
31. What does the last paragraph tell us?
A. Why different countries drive on a different side of the road.
B. Britain and France were strong enough to govern other countries.
C. How the traffic habit of keeping to the left or the right came into being.
D. A powerful country could force a country governed by it to keep its law.
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With the development of the digital technology, work is no longer somewhere we go, but something we do. And we can do it anywhere we like.
Mobile technology is the driving force behind all of this. Smartphones are now the on-the-move, all-hours business communicators of choice, with almost 3 billion users predicted worldwide by 2020. Network companies lead the charge in this new flexible working dynamic (动态). In October 2015, the company Buffer abandoned its central office in San Francisco. The company’s staff, CEO included now work remotely supported by instant messaging, video chat and cloud-based document tools, across multiple time zones stretching from the West Coast to Shanghai. Amazon, Adobe, LEGO and General Electric are just some of the more familiar names also accepting such a flexible and remote working culture.
Digital users, meanwhile, tour the entire country and travel the world, paying for their adventures through skilled, remote work projects off sites.
But with mobility comes risk. Public Wi-Fi hotspots offer open doors to connected devices (设备). And there’s a new threat. One risk report from 2016 found as much as 60% of these Internet of Things (IoT) devices easy to attack, while the number of IoT devices in existence by 2020 is predicted to total 200 billion.
Remote working will come to an end? The booming network security industry suggests not, making $80 billion from security-aware businesses and their workers in 2016. This is an industry that’s expected to rise gradually to $1 trillion by 2021.
32. What makes it possible that work is no longer somewhere we go, but something we do?
A. Mobile technology.                                               B. The digital technology.    
C. Smartphones.                                                       D. Network companies.
33. Why did the company Buffer abandon its central office in San Francisco?
A. Because a flexible and remote working culture had appeared.
B. Because network companies led the charge in some office work.
C. Because the company’s CEO recognized the flexible and remote working culture.
D. Because instant messaging, video chat and cloud-based document tools could do office work.
34. What is the danger public Wi-Fi hotspots brings?
A. Leaving the people using IoT devices at risk.
B. Attacking the connected IoT devices more easily.
C. Offering an open door to the connected IoT devices.
D. Making more and more connected IoT devices easy to attack.
35. According to the passage, what encourages the network security industry to take off?
A. Security-aware businesses and their workers.           B. The risk public Wi-Fi hotspots has caused.
C. The number of IoT devices is rising day by day.      D. The fact that remote working will come to an end.
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The secret to losing weight isn’t just watching what’s on your plate; it’s also about watching what’s in your glass. Popular soft drinks, fruit juices, and energy drinks can be loaded with added sugars and carbohydrates (碳水化合物) that can disturb your weight-loss strategy.    36  
1. Water
We all know this one, but it’s important to remember that water is the single best choice for effective weight loss.    37    Try adding fresh lemon slices, cucumber, and even a slice of tomato to add flavor (滋味) without adding many calories.
2. Vegetable juice
Whether in a can, bottled, or homemade, vegetable juice is an excellent way to get the nutrients your body needs to fuel your weight loss.    38    The vegetables will keep you fuller longer and the strong flavor will keep your taste buds (味蕾) happy.
3. Unsweetened tea
   39    Try it hot or iced with a bit of honey for a low-sugar sweet drink. Don’t forget black tea, too!
4.    40  
An afternoon cup of an iced coffee can also help speed up your weight loss. Also, coffee has been shown to help to promote metabolism (新陈代谢). Just be careful about what you add to your coffee — stick to very little sugar.
A. Black coffee
B. Think water is boring?
C. Water is necessary for our body?
D. Green tea can let you get rid of fat more quickly.
E. Green tea has been proven to help speed up weight loss.
F. If you can find a low-sodium (钠) variety of juice, even better.
G. Here are four tasty ways to drink up without packing on the pounds.
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One fall, I took some time off and went to visit relatives by train. I was   41   out of school and had just begun working. On my return   42  , I noticed a couple — a serviceman and a   43   — having a conversation.
  44  , I realized they two weren’t traveling   45   after all, but had just met on the train. The woman got off at Rochester, New York, leaving the soldier   46  . I couldn’t   47   noticing his good looks out of the corner of my   48  .
He asked if he could look at the train timetable I was holding, and then if he could sit   49   to me. He’s a fast mover, I thought. I would   50   watch out for this one.
I invited him to   51   the too-large lunch, and we talked   52   to my stop in Oneida. We exchanged addresses and he said he would be in   53  .
After a week, I still hadn’t   54   him and thought he’d forgotten about me. Then, on Saturday, the phone rang and a   55   voice asked if I would like to see a movie with him   56   evening. He’d come to Oneida, and we   57   seeing it at the cinema.
We had several   58   dates during his army leave, and then he was sent overseas. For the next years, we    wrote to each other and he   59   me on other vacations. In 1957, we married.
Before taking this trip of mine and all those years ago, I was warned never to speak to strangers on a train. I’m certainly   60   I didn’t listen.
41. A. happy                        B. young                             C. fresh                               D. anxious
42. A. trip                          B. way                                C. flight                              D. voyage
43. A. beautiful girl               B. young woman                  C. close fellow                     D. middle-aged lady
44. A. However                   B. Surprisingly                    C. Unluckily                        D. Eventually
45. A. together                            B. far                                  C. happily                           D. smoothly
46. A. disappointed                     B. alone                              C. lonely                             D. regretful
47. A. stop                               B. continue                          C. help                                D. enjoy
48. A. sight                         B. mind                               C. view                               D. eye
49. A. close                         B. next                                C. down                              D. directly
50. A. need                          B. dare                                C. choose                                   D. have
51. A. eat                                   B. enjoy                              C. share                               D. consume
52. A. all the way                 B. all the day                       C. face to face                      D. side by side
53. A. state                          B. memory                          C. connection                       D. touch
54. A. learned from                     B. heard from                      C. known about                    D. told from
55. A. clear                         B. strange                           C. familiar                           D. loud
56. A. that                           B. one                                 C. this                                 D. last
57. A. sat       up                         B. ended  up                         C. turned up                        D. came up
58. A. more                         B. memorable                      C. valuable                          D. precious
59. A. saw                           B. comforted                       C. calmed                            D. visited
60. A. brave                        B. wrong                             C. glad                                D. right
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Some teens dream of a new car or over-the-top party for their sweet 16, but one grandfather spent years   61  (make) a more thoughtful gift   62   his granddaughter.
When Rose was two, her grandpa started taking notes every time they spent time together. He kept   63   habit until she was five, filling up three notebooks over the three years.
On Rose’s 16th birthday, her grandfather decided she was old enough to   64  (full) appreciate the meaning behind the books, and   65  (give) them to her as a present. When Rose realized   66   the gift was, she was in total shock.
The notebook told of specific things Rose   67  (do) or said. Her grandpa recorded his   68  (memory) of them two laughing and playing games. "Throughout the stories he would repeatedly add how much he loved and cared for me," says Rose.
"The gift will forever be the   69  (great) gift I’ve received because of how much value and meaning it has behind it," she says.
To my delight, today for my birthday, my grandpa gave me 3 books with stories of each time he hung out with me from the age of 2 to 5. I was so moved as to be   70   (speech).
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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:在错的词下画一横线,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。
Mother’s Day is coming. And I want give Mum a VIP card of a health club as a present. When a little boy, I would see Mum, a primary school teacher, working hardly late into night. However, Father and I sometimes accompanied her in her office. Mum’s devotion to teach has left many precious memories I’ll value in my life. Time flies up and I’m 18 now. As I grow up, Mother is getting older and old. I hope that, for the help of the health club membership, she can make herself healthier by taking more exercises. Meanwhile, she may get relaxing and have more chances to make more new friends.
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假定你是李华,被某重点中学录取后,你在学英语中遇到的新问题。你写信给英国朋友Jack咨询如何解决。请你根据下列要点写一封信。
要点:1. 怎样确定一词多义的词义;
2. 听力不好;
3. 不会写作文。
注意:1. 词数100左右;
2. 可适当增加细节,以使行文连贯;
3. 开头和结尾已给出,不计入总词数。
Dear Jack,
I’m glad to                                                                         ______
________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________Best wishes.
Yours,
Li Hua


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