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2020中考省实验中学三模英语试卷及答案
一.听力理解(20小题,每小题1分,共20分)
第一节
听下面5段对话。每段对话后有一个小题,从题中所给的A、B、C三个选项中选出最佳答案。每段对话读两遍。
1. Where is the woman going?
A. A post officeB. A libraryC. A bank
2. What’s that in the box?
A. A catB. A bagC. A hat
3. How is the weather in Sydney?
A. HotB. Cool C. Snowy
4. What’s the time now?
A.5:55B.6:05C.6:15
5. Where are the two speakers?
A. In the restaurant.
B. In the classroom.
C. In the supermarket
第二节
听下面几段对话或独白。每段对话或独白后有几个小题,从题中所给的A、B、C三个选项中选出最佳答案。每段对话或独白读两遍。
听下面一段对话,回答第6至第7两个小题。
6. What kind of dishes would the man like to try?
A. Hot dishes
B. Sweet dishes
C. Light dishes
7. How many dishes does the man order?
A. TwoB. ThreeC. Four
听下面一段对话,回答第8至第10三个小题。
8. What does the man want to do?
A. He wants to buy his daughter a skirt.
B. He wants to make a dress for his wife.
C. He wants to buy a scarf for his mother.
9. What color does the man choose finally?
A. RedB. PinkC. White
10. How much does the man pay?
A. 18 yuanB. 80 yuanC. 88 yuan.
听下面一段独白,回答第11至第12两个小题。
11. Who does Bob have breakfast with?
A. His wife and son.
B. His wife and daughter.
C. His wife and mother.
12. What does Bob often do on weekends?
A. He often goes for a bike ride with his students.
B. He often plays football with his friends.
C. He often has a trip with his family.
听下面一段对话,回答第13至第15三个小题。
13. What’s the matter with Alice?
A. She has a bad cold.
B. She has sore eyes.
C. She has a sore throat.
14. Why does Alice feel sick?
A. Because the food is hot.
B. Because the weather is cold.
C. Because she gets much stress these days.
15. When will Alice leave Chongqing?
A. In two days.
B. In three days
C. In four days
A
In human history, there have been many fights against epidemics (流行病) and plagues (瘟疫). Some of these diseases were well-known, as they were very serious and changed the development of human history. Here are three of them:
21. What’s the possible population of ancient Athens during 430-427 BC?
A. about100,000B. about 300,000C.  about 600,000D. about 900,000
22. Which one is TRUE about Black Death?
A. It came from central Africa.
B. If people were infected, their skin would turn black in places.
C. The disease helped cause the decline and fall of classical Greece.
D. It killed less than 25 million Europeans.
23. We can know that 1918 Influenza Pandemic           .
A. caused more deaths than World War I (1914-18).
B. only disrupted the society in Spain.
C. had little influence on the theaters and dance halls.
D. caused the death of one in every three people in Spain.
24. What does the passage mainly talk about?
A. The fairy stories.
B. The great wars of different countries.
C. The deadly diseases that changed history.
D. The serious natural disasters.
25.Where is the text probably from?
A. A movie posterB. A storybook  C.A medical magazineD.A science report
B
Why open a school? If you ask Nadia Lopez this question, she would simply answer: to close a prison.
Lopez is the founder of Mott Hall Bridges Academy, a public school in Brooklyn, one of the poorest neighborhoods in New York City. It faced many problems: a lack of money, teachers, and parental education and competition from neighborhood gangs(帮派).
The greatest challenge is to get in touch with children without hope. At first, Lopez only had 45 kids to start. If she asked a 13-year-old, “Where do you see yourself in five years?” the answer would be, “I don’t know if I will live that long.” Or to have a young woman say to her that she had a lifelong goal of working in a fast-food restaurant.
These students had no idea that there were opportunities beyond their neighborhood, said Lopez, who shared the story in a TED speech.
Fortunately, Lopez and her coworkers didn't give up, and have made every effort to keep their students active and hopeful.
“We call our students 'scholars’, because they're lifelong learners. I chose the royal colors of purple and black because I want them to be reminded that they are children of great peoples, and that through education, they are future engineers, scientists and even leaders who can and will take over this world,” Lopez said.
A popular New York blogger heard about the school and wrote a post about it, telling how the children struggled, and why people must make education a priority(首要事情). The post reached millions of people. About 1.4 million dollars were raised for the school and its students got to take field trips to colleges and universities, and study in a STEM program.
“So far, we have had three graduating classes, at a 98 percent graduation rate. This is nearly 200 children,” said Lopez.
26. What is the biggest challenge Lopez has found?
A. There are too many prisons in the neighborhood.
B. Too many children have gone to prison.
C. Many children are living without hope.
D. There is competition from local gangs.
27. To help the students, Lopez and her coworkers             .
A. tell them that they are learning from experts
B. paint the students' faces purple and black
C. encourage them to study and be confident.
D. help them get used to their neighborhoods
28. How did the New York blogger offer help?
A. By writing a post about the school online.
B. By reminding the students to work hard.
C. By writing letters to the students.
D. By taking students to universities for a visit.
29. What do we know about Lopez from the story?
A. She hopes to make money from the school.
B. She grew up in a poor neighborhood.
C. She graduated from a STEM program.
D. She is a woman who dreams big.
30. What does the passage mainly talk about?
A. Opportunities are important.
B. Education gives hope to hopeless children.
C. Students in the poorest neighborhood are more likely to succeed.
D. It’s important to go to college.
C
When I traveled in Europe, I noticed a huge difference in the way dogs were treated compared to the United States. Dogs were everywhere: restaurants and buses and countless other places.
It got me wondering why European dogs and American dogs behave so differently. In Europe, dogs tend to be welcome in public spaces and they are calm, relaxed and quiet there. In the United States, however, pet dogs aren’t welcome in most public spaces, even in the public places where they are allowed. Dogs are dogs no matter where they are born, and the differences in behavior are often related to a dog’s temperament and training received as a pet.
Our behavior has a lot to do with why our dogs might have more behavioral problems, and the good news is that there’s something we can do about it.
Give your dog some space
One small thing that we can do is to admire them from a distance. Kama Brown, a professional dog trainer, said that “in America, we tend to comment(评论)on each other’s dogs, we tend to interact with each other’s dogs.” But, she said, “In Europe,they don’t tend to do that as much.”
Set proper boundaries(界限)
When people think about boundaries, they generally think we’re talking about the dog — but most of the time, the main problem is people.
To make our dogs behave well, we shouldn't put them in uncomfortable situations, whether out or at home with guests and family. Many children are bitten by dogs that they know and that are in the home. This has less to do with the dog and more to do with the child. Educate family and friends of all ages about when it is and isn’t OK to pat your dog to make sure everyone stays and feels safe, including your dog.
Use positive training methods
Dog training takes time, and dogs learn best when we use positive training methods that gently help and encourage dogs. “It’s important for dog owners to learn more about how to train dogs in a proper way.” Dr. Todd said.
No matter where we live, we can all be a little more thoughtful about how we deal with the dogs we meet.
31. What didn’t the writer find in Europe?
A. European dogs are treated differently from American dogs.
B. European dogs and American dogs behave so differently.
C. Dogs are calm, relaxed and quiet in public spaces.
D. Pet dogs aren’t welcome in most public places.
32. What does the underlined word “temperament” probably mean?
A. 温度B. 禀性C. 体型D. 种类
33. How many ways are mentioned to deal with dogs’ behavioral problems in the passage?
A. Two.B. Three.C. Four. D. Five.
34. What’s the right way to set proper boundaries?
A. Put dogs in uncomfortable situations.
B. Educate family and friends about the proper time to pat your dog.
C. Let guests and family play with dogs at home.
D. Allow people to comment on and interact with your dog.
35. Who is likely to be interested in reading this passage?
A. Pet shop owners.  B. Dog owners.  C. Zoo keepers. D. Dog trainers.
D
When the winter vacation is coming to an end, how many of you have burned the midnight oil to finish your homework over the last few days? What about during the school year? When you get home from school, do you start working on your homework right away?
It can be hard to be this responsible. A lot of people tend to put off difficult or annoying tasks until they absolutely(完全地) must be done. 36               .
Procrastination (拖延症) is a common problem for many people, in fact. 37            .
However, this is usually not a good thing, as you have to work harder and faster if you wait until there is little time left. 38             .
I myself am a bit of a procrastinator(拖延症患者). But most of the time, I try to finish my work earlier rather than later. It just makes more sense(行得通)-if I finish my work now, I’ll have more time to relax or work on other projects later. 39           . But once I do, the work gets done quickly and with little stress.
Everyone procrastinates from time to time. 40            .You don't have to beat yourself up over it- after all, we still need time to relax and take a break from our busy lives. Just make sure you still get your homework done on time.
A. It's a natural thing to do.
B. They’re called procrastinators(拖延症患者).
C. This means your work will probably be of less quality.
D. Sometimes it just feels easier to wait until the last minute to do certain things.
E. It can be hard to motivate(激励) myself to get started sometimes.
三、完形填空阅读理解(15小题,每小题1分,共15分)
先通读全文,掌握其大意,然后从A、B、C、D四个选项中选出一个可以填入相应空白处的最佳答案。
I sat at my seat waiting for the school paper to be passed around. l waited  41   because I would know how good a writer I really was.   42    the paper arrived at my classroom, I nearly knocked down five of my classmates to get the first paper. With a school paper in my hands, I returned to my seat. About a month earlier, I had handed in one of what I  43   to be my best stories. I named it “TheSymbol of Success”. The Head of the English Department at my school, Professor Cullen, had said that she would include some reviews of students' stories in the latest school paper. Professor Cullen was  44  for sharp criticism(严历的批判).Impressing(打动)her was very   45  ,but I want to be the first to do so.
I sat on my seat as I read through the other story reviews. There wasn't one story that got more than three stars. I became calm and wasn't anxious to know my review. It was long after that when I heard   46  shouted out 'Five stars? Seriously?” behind me. I turned around and saw the shocked expression   47  Gene's face, 'Peter, your story gets five stars!'I couldn't believe what I was hearing. I turned my  48  back to my story and saw the five stars at the end of the review that I had not read yet. I  49  the view written by Professor Cullen. She wrote I had a  50   for story writing. I was proud that I achieved what I thought was  51  because I believed that I wasn't so good as I thought I was and that my talent was not enough to cover up my lack(缺乏)of writing skills. But this review proved that I was  52  a good writer. I also thought there was a great future of me in the   53  of fiction writing. The review and the five stars   54   the world to me. Those five stars became the  55   of my success.
()41.A.patiently B. anxiouslyC. freely D. calmly
()42.A.WhileB.As long asC. WhenD. Until
()43.A.imaginedB. guessed C. believedD. agreed
()44.A.usedB. known C. providedD. named
()45.A.easyB. necessaryC. hardD. important
()46.A.someoneB. anyone C. everyoneD. no one
()47.A.aboveB. onC. inD. to
()48.A.bookB. feelingsC. eyesD. ability
()49.A.looked upB. looked forC. looked aroundD. looked through
()50.A.talentB. chanceC. senseD. confidence
()51.A.possibleB. impossibleC. simpleD. valuable
()52.A.trulyB. probablyC. likelyD. mostly
()53.A.backgroundB. placeC. areaD. field
()54.A.meantB. controlledC. supportedD.won
()55.A.objectB. symbolC. methodD. pride
四、语篇填空阅读理解(15小题,每小题1分,共15分)
第一节
阅读短文,从方框中选择适当的词并用其正确形式填空,使短文通顺、意思完整。每空限填一词,每词限用一次。
be, challenge , difficult , especial , by,  what,  good,  reach,  study,  you
Becoming a senior high school student is a    56    move. Not only do you have to make new friends, but your work is harder than it    57    before. Now, as a young adult, it's time to get serious.
But just because things aren't as easy as they were in junior high, that doesn't mean you should give up. In fact, when life presents us with    58     , we should always face them. To try and improve your grades and be as good as you were before, there are many things you could try.
For starters, try to remember    59   worked well for you in junior high. For example, if you always did well in a subject because you spent extra time   60    for it, you should continue that practice. Second, don't be afraid to ask your teachers for help. Every teacher in your school would be happy to make sure you do as well as possible. Third,   61    out to your fellow students(同学) for help too,   62     the ones who are performing well. You'll be able to share each other's strengths(优点) and help each other to succeed    63     forming study groups. Finally, don't let other people' s performance change your self-esteem(自尊心). Just remember tofind your own way.
While it's good to have competition, you should just think about    64      and how you're performing. There will always be people in your life who are    65     at something than you are. But no matter who you meet, nobody will ever be better than you at one thing: being you.
第二节
阅读短文,根据语篇要求填空,使短文通顺、意思完整。每空限填一词。
A rich woman was so proud of a valuable antique vase that she decided to have her bedroom painted the same color   66   the vase. Several painters tried to mix the color right, but none came close enough to satisfy the woman.    Eventually, a painter came. He was confident that he   67    mix the proper color. The woman was pleased  68   the result, and the painter became famous. Years   69  , he retired and turned the business over to his son. 'Dad,' asked the son, “there's a secret    70    I've got to know. How did you get those walls to match the vase so perfectly?' “Son,” the father replied, 'I painted the vase.'
66._______   67. _______   68. _______   69. _______   70. _______
五、补全对话(5个小题,每小题2分,共10分)
根据下面的对话情景,在每个空白处填上一个适当的句子,使对话的意思连贯、完整。
A: Hi,Jimmy!You are reading a newspaper.
71                        . ?
B: Yes. It says that people are allowed to set up roadside stalls (摊位) on streets.
72.                                    ?
A: I think it’s wonderful. How about you?
B: I agree with you. 73.                  .Well, the Dragon Boat Festival is coming, we will have a 3-day holiday.
A: That sounds exciting. Have you decided what to do ?
B: Yes, I plan to try street vending (摆地摊). It’s a kind of social practice.
A: Sounds great. 74.                           ?
B: I’m going to set up a stall on Jiankang Road. There are lots of people and stalls.
A: 75.                               ?
B: Of course you can. Let’s think about what we can sell together.
六书面表达(20分)
每个人都有自己的弱点,也许是缺乏耐心,也许是不够自律的((self-disciplined)), 也许还有别的坏习惯….. 人无完人,重要的是我们要勇于去克服它。请以“I’ ll try to get over my weakness”为题写一篇英语短文,谈谈自己的体会。
1.要点:1)你的弱点是什么;
2)你为什么想要去改正或者克服它;
3)你打算如何去做,具体方法是什么;
2.要求:1)文中不得出现真实姓名和学校名称;
2) 词数100左右。
初三英语试题答案
一、听力理解
1-5:CABAB    6-10: AAABB   11-15: ACCAC   16-20: BDAEC
二、阅读理解
21-25 DBACC   26-30 CCADB   31-35 DBBBB   36-40 BDCEA
三、完形填空
41-45 BCCBC   46-50 ABCDA  51-55 BADAB
四、语篇填空
56. difficult/challenging
57. was
58. challenges/difficulties
59. what
60. studying
61. Reach
62. especially
63. by
64. yourself
65. better
66. as
67. could
68. with
69. later
70. that
五、补全对话
71.  Is there anything new?72.  What do you think of it?
73.  People will have more chances to make money./ It’s good for the economy...
74.  Where are you going to set up the stall?
75.  Could/Can I go with you?/ Could I join you?...
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