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2019年3月北京市门头沟区高三一模英语试卷及答案word

时间:2019-04-17 19:55  作者:Edmond  来源:www.2abc8.com

 

2019北京门头沟区高三一模英语试题
          2019.3
考生须知 1. 本试卷共12页,分为三部分,第一部分知识运用,30个小题,共45分;第二部分阅读理解,20小题,共40分;第三部分书面表达,2道小题,共35分。
2.请将条形码粘贴在答题卡相应位置处。
3.试卷所有答案必须填涂或书写在答题卡上,在试卷上作答无效。请使用2B铅笔填涂,用黑色 字迹签字笔或钢笔作答
4. 考试时间100分钟,试卷满分120分。
第一部分:知识运用(共两节,45分)
第一节 语法填空(共10小题;每小题1.5分,共15分)
阅读下列短文,根据短文内容填空。在未给提示词的空白处仅填写一个适当的词,在给出提示词的空白处用括号内所给词的正确形式填空。
A
My classmates and I had a really unforgettable experience,which made us very happy. We paid a visit   1   Lucy’s house yesterday. We didn’t have difficulty finding her house because she   2    (give) us clear directions. When we arrived at her house, her mother was preparing food for us. Then we began to help with the cooking. About an hour later, the food was ready, and we sat at the table enjoying the delicious food including fish and   3   (vegetable).  Finally we went to Ann’s room where we watched our favourite TV programme together.   4   (decorate) with flowers and balloons, the room was warm and comfortable.
B
The beautiful canola (油菜) flowers in spring attracted a large number of visitors to Hanzhon g, a city in the south of western Shaanxi province. The city’s 9th annual canola flower festival   5   (start) on March 13 and ended on May 1, 2018. There were more than 600 square kilo meters of canola fields in Hanzhong,   6   created unique scenery. About 50 observation spots   7   (design) for the tourists throughout the city.
C
25 people were killed and 50 injured on Wednesday in a train accident in Cairo, which surprised local people. According to the BBC, Prime Minister Mostafa Madbouli visited the scene and he said   8   cause was not yet known, but Egypt's police were conducting an investigation (进行调查)   9   (find) the reason of the accident. Egypt had one of the   10   (old) and largest rail networks, and crashes and other accidents were common.
第二节 完形填空(共20小题;每小题1.5分,共30分)
阅读下面短文,掌握其大意,从每题所给的A、B、C、D四个选项中,选出最佳选项,并在答题卡上将该项涂黑。
Geraniums of Love
As the fifth of seven children, I went to the same public school as my three elder sisters and brother. Every year, my mother went to the same ceremony and had parent-child interviews(亲子交流会)with the same teachers. The only thing different was the child. And every child   11   an old       
Geraniums      school tradition—the annual plant sale(拍卖会)held in early May, just in time for   12   Day.
    Third grade was the first time that I was allowed to take part in the plant sale. I wanted to surprise my mother.   13  , I didn't have any money. I went to my eldest sister and   14   the secret, and she gave me some money. When I arrived at the plant sale, I carefully made my   15  . I agonized(苦苦思索)over that decision,   16   each plant to ensure that I had indeed found the best geranium. The moment I had smuggled it home, with the help of my sister, I   17   it on the upstairs neighbor’s porch. I was very afraid my mother would find it before Mother's Day, but my sister assured me that she wouldn't, and   18   she did not.
    When Mother's Day arrived, I was bursting with pride when I gave her that geranium. I remember how bright her eyes were, and how delighted she was with my   19  .
    The year I was fifteen, my younger sister reached third grade. In early May, she came to me full of wonder and secrecy and told me that there was going to be a plant sale at school and she wanted to   20   our mother. Like my   21   sister did for me, I gave her some money and off she went. She arrived at home full of   22   excitement, the geranium hidden in a paper bag   23   her sweater. “I looked at every plant,” she explained, “and I know I got the   24   one!”
    I helped my little   25   hide that geranium on the upstairs neighbor's porch, assuring that our mother wouldn't find it before Mother's Day. I was there when she gave my mother the geranium, and I watched them both bursting with pride and   26  . It was like being in a dream I had already dreamed. My mother noticed me   27  , and she gave me a soft secret smile. Shocked and puzzled, I   28   back. I had been wondering how my mother could   29   to be surprised at this gift from her sixth child. But as I watched her eyes light up with delight as she was   30    with that most precious gift, I knew she was not pretending.
11. A. passed down  B. participated in  C. broke with  D. carried on
12. A. Women’s  B. Father’s   C. Children’s  D. Mother's
13. A. Besides   B. Moreover   C. However    D. Therefore
14. A. shared   B. discovered   C. guarded   D. unlocked
15. A. plan   B. preparation  C. present   D. selection
16. A. watering  B. growing   C. inspecting   D. protecting
17. A. showed   B. potted   C. packaged   D. hid
18. A. indeed   B. instead   C. properly   D. anyhow
19. A. performance  B. grades   C. gift    D. pres ence
20. A. inspire  B. surprise    C. satisfy   D. relax
21. A. youngest  B. eldest    C. cleverest   D. bravest
22. A. nervous  B. youthful   C. increasing   D. false
23. A. on   B. beside   C. behind   D. under
24. A. shortest  B. rarest   C. best    D. strongest
25. A. sister   B. brother   C. cousin   D. friend
26. A. confusion  B. anxiety   C. delight   D. astonishment
27. A. listening  B. watching    C. smelling   D. tasting
28. A. waved   B. smiled   C. signed   D. called
29. A. pretend   B. continue   C. appear   D. try
30. A. impressed  B. satisfied   C. associated   D. presented

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