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高三上学期11月联考英语试题 Word版含答案.docx

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    1、高三上学期11月联考英语试题 Word版含答案知识决定格局,格局影响命运广东省深圳、汕头、潮州、揭阳名校2021届高三联考英语注意事项:1、本试卷由三部分组成。2、考试时间120分钟,满分120分。3、答题前,考生务必将自己的姓名、准考证号填写在答题卡相应的位置。4、全部答案在答题卡上完成,答在本试卷上无效。第一部分阅读(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。ACambridge Shakespeare Festival 2021Special Charity PerformancesOnce again, in loving m。

    2、emory of Margaret Elizabeth Crilly, the Cambridge Shakespeare Festival will continue its support of the Childrens Hospice in Milton and St. Johns Hospice on the Wirral, with a series of special charity performances. Every penny raised will go directly to these organisations.All special charity performances begin at 2:0。

    3、0 pm in their usual venues (会场);normal performances begin at 7:30 pm.Eight Fantastic PerformancesHamlet 8 July-27 JulyA Midsummer Nights Dream8 July-27 JulyHenry IV (Part I) 8 July-27 JulyThe Winters Tale 8 July-27 JulyMuch Ado About Nothing 29 July-17 AugustThe Tempest 29 July-17 AugustHenry IV (Part II)29 July-24 Aug。

    4、ustAs You Like It29 July-24 AugustTicketsTickets cost 17 and 13 concessions (减价票).Tickets are available to purchase on our website. We regret the necessary imposition (征收) of a 1.50 booking fee per ticket, but the increase in our own administration costs has made this unavoidable.IMPORTANT NOTESConcession tickets:Pleas。

    5、e note, you will need to bring proof of eligibility (资格证明) to buy concession tickets. Student concessions only apply to those with proof of being in full-time education. Other categories for concession tickets include the old, unemployed and disabled.知识决定格局,格局影响命运Seating policy:There are about 200 chairs at each venue 。

    6、available on a first come, first served basis. There is also a picnic area immediately in front of the chairs for audience members to sit on the lawn (草坪)though this is ground-level only, you should not use your own chairs in this area. Please note: purchase of a ticket guarantees admission but does not guarantee a sea。

    7、t.1. In which way are special charity performances different from normal ones?A. Their venues.B. Their showtime.C. Their ticket prices.D. Their seating policy.2. When can you see Much Ado About Nothing?A. On 24 July.B. On 26 July.C. On 28 July.D. On 30 July.3. How much should a disabled person pay to book an evening pe。

    8、rformance?A. 13.B. 14. 50.C. 17.D. 18. 50.BWhen my friend suggested going to the op shop (二手商店),instantly I thought “I hope no one I know sees me”. It was the same when my cousin commented on my new furniture and Japanese, fine-bone-china bowls and asked where I got them. They were from the local op shop but instead I 。

    9、said “from the antique shop”.Many people in my Greek-Cypriot community would look down on me if I said I shopped at the op shop. They may pity me, consider me poor, a failure. Immigrants sacrificed their families and homes for a better life. Buying a house and having enough money to live comfortably, to educate your ch。

    10、ildren and see them also live comfortably, are a big part of the immigrant dream, But has this dream made us materialistic at the cost of our own planet?Our love for purchasing the latest trendy clothes or furniture, then donating them when we are tired of them has become normal. I was once like this. But after watchin。

    11、g the documentary The True Cost I learned donated clothes that dont get sold are sent to developing nations, many of them ending up in landfills (垃圾填埋地). In addition, your new dress requires electricity and materials to make. But if you buy a second-hand dress, thats one less dress in a landfill and one less new dress 。

    12、to be made.A friend introduced me to op shopping only a few years ago. My first item was a dress she gifted me. It was lovely and I loved it. Nobody could tell it was second-hand. This opened me up to purchasing more second-hand high quality branded clothes. Once I visited a friend and was impressed by how she decorate。

    13、d her apartment. “Its all second-hand,” she said. I couldnt believe it. The truth is a lot of things sold at the op shop are in new or almost new condition. Thats when I made the decision to only buy second-hand things.Selling second-hand things isnt anything new but what the planet needs is more buyers. There is so mu。

    14、ch excess (过量) production in the world. So stop feeling ashamed, and lets get shopping.4. What kind of feeling is expressed in Paragraph 1?A. Pride.B. Embarrassment.C. Delight.D. Sympathy.知识决定格局,格局影响命运5. What are many people in the authors community like?A. They are probably materialistic.B. They care about the environ。

    15、ment.C. They think highly of op shopping.D. They look down upon immigrants.6. What was the author encouraged to do after visiting her friends apartment?A. Watch the documentary The True Cost.B. Donate more to local charities.C. Avoid shopping too much.D. Stop buying new things.7. Whats the purpose of the text?A. To ent。

    16、ertain.B. To advertise.C. To persuade.D. To describe.CWhen you walk with a backpack, do you know how the things inside move from side to side? Now scientists have figured out how to tap into that movement to produce electricity.Picture a pendulum (摆锤) fixed to a backpack frame and stabilized with springs on either side。

    17、. The packs weight is attached to t he pendulum, so the pendulum swings side to side as you walk. Then a machine is driven by that swinging movement, and spits out electrical current to charge a battery.V olunteers carried the pack while walking on a running machine and wore masks to measure the flow of O2and CO2. Walk。

    18、ing with the slightly swinging 20-pound load, the device (设备) did not significantly affect the volunteers metabolic (新陈代谢的) rate compared to when they carried the same weight fixed in place. In fact, the energy-harvesting pack reduced the forces of acceleration theyd feel in a regular pack, which might mean greater com。

    19、fort for a long hike. And the device did produce a steady trickle (涓流) of electricity. If you up the load to 45 pounds, the swing of the pack could fully charge a smart phone only after 12 hours. The details are in the journal Royal Society Open Science.The device produces electricity from human movement and has been i。

    20、dentified as a workable solution to providing a renewable energy source for portable electronic devices. It is particularly useful for those who work in remote areas, as these people often carry a lot of weight in a backpack for their exploration.But heres a real conundrum: the energy-harvesting device currently weighs。

    21、 five pounds. The researchers say thats about four pounds too many to be a smart alternative to batteries. So they hope that more research lets them lighten the load, to ensure the pack charges you up without weighing you down.8. What does Paragraph 2 mainly talk about?A. How the device works.B. What the device looks l。

    22、ike.C. Who the device is designed for.D. Why scientists designed the device.知识决定格局,格局影响命运9. Which of the following describes the device?A. It greatly affected the volunteers metabolic rate.B. It harvested energy as the volunteers walk.C. It failed to produce steady electricity.D. It was useless for a long walk.10. What。

    23、 does the underlined word “conundrum” in the last paragraph mean?A. Problem.B. Method.C. Bond.D. Decision.11. What will the researchers try to do next?A. Increase the charging speed of their device.B. Find smarter alternatives to batteries.C. Reduce the weight of their device.D. Put their device on the market.DJapan is。

    24、 known to have higher than average rates of stomach cancer, Recently, the town of Kaneyama in Yamagata Prefecture decided to get its 6, 000 residents (居民) tested.However, the frozen urine samples (尿样) are not tested in conventional ways. Instead, Professor Masao Miyashita and his team are using them in a trial to deter。

    25、mine if specially trained cancer-sniffing dogs can accurately detect the disease. Though the study is still in its early stages, Miyashita is thrilled with the results. He said, “In our research so far, cancer detection dogs have been able to find signs of cancer with an accuracy of nearly 100 percent.”Researchers have。

    26、 known about the anim als superior sensory skills for decades. However, their ability to detect cancer in humans came to light in 1989, after a dog sniffed out early-stage malignant melanoma (恶性黑色素瘤) on a patients leg in London. Since then, scientists from many countries have conducted studies to test dogs great skill 。

    27、at identifying cancer chemicals.While most dogs can be trained for the task, researchers say the best candidates are dogs that are precise, quiet, and perhaps even a little shy. The training process is similar to how dogs are taught to learn any trick by rewarding them with treats! However, it takes much longer because。

    28、 the dogs have to learn to separate the “cancer scent (气味)” from the thousands of organic compounds (有机化合物) in the human body. Researchers begin by exposing the dogs to urine samples from people with cancer, people with other diseases, and patients with no health issues, Once the dogs are able to accurately identify ca。

    29、ncer, they are further trained to detect particular kinds of cancer.Successful as they may be, experts think dogs are unlikely to replace conventional tests. For one, it takes about seven years and costs as much as $45,000 to train a single dog. Klaus Hackner, a researcher and physician who studies dogs detecting cance。

    30、r in breath samples at Krems University Hospital in Austria, is also not convinced dogs can be relied upon alone. Patients, therefore, have to receive further tests to confirm if they have the disease.知识决定格局,格局影响命运12. What do we know about the cancer-sniffing dogs mentioned in Paragraph 2?A. They have done a great job.B. They are trained in a special way.C. They can easily learn to distinguish cancer.D. They can be seen in many Japanese hospitals.13. W。

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