第Ⅰ卷 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） 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 佳选项，并标在试卷的相应位置。听完每段对话后，你都有 10 秒钟的时间来回答有关小题 和阅读下一小题。每段对话仅读一遍。 例： How much is the shirt? A.￡19.15 B.￡9.15. C.￡9.18.
1.Where is the boy going to meet the girl? A.At the cafe. B.At the bus stop. C.At the pool.
2.What is the woman going to do? A.Do some typing. B.Complete her paper. C.Have lunch.
3.How will the woman help the man? A.By buying him a book. B.By driving him to the bookstore. bookstore. 4.Why didn’t the woman buy the coat? A.It was expensive. the Internet. 5.What are the speakers mainly talking about? A.A country. B.A person. C.A school. B.Her friend has the same one. C.She wanted to buy it on C.By showing him the way to the
第二节（共 15 小题；每小题 1.5 分，满分 22.5 分） 听下面 5 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 选项中选出最佳选项，并标在试卷的相应位置。听每段对话或独白前，你将有时间阅读各个 小题，每小题 5 秒钟；听完后，各小题将给出 5 秒钟的作答时间。每段对话或独白读两遍。 听第 6 段材料，回答第 6、7 题。 6.What is the relationship between the speakers? A.Interviewer and interviewee. B.Customer and salesperson.
7.What will the speakers do this afternoon? A.Do a survey. B.Make a form. C.Meet the director.
听第 7 段材料，回答第 8 至 10 题。 8.What are the club members expected to wear? A.Golf shoes. B.Golf trousers. C.Club sweaters.
9.How much is a lesson for children one hour? A.￡2. B.￡4. C.￡8.
10.What do we know about the Westwood Golf Club? A.It has a swimming pool. give group lessons. 听第 8 段材料，回答第 11 至 13 题。 11.What will Rachel do? A.Hold a birthday party. B.Give birth to a baby. C.Get married. B.Club members can invite guests there. C.Teachers there often
12.What does the man think of the gift for Bonnie? A.Suitable. B.Useless. C.Expensive.
13.What does the woman mean in the end? A.She can’t work out the cost of gifts. spend much on gifts. 听第 9 段材料，回答第 14 至 17 题。 14.What is the improvement of the man’s new balloon? A.It can carry more fuel. B.It is easier to land. 15.What did the man find difficult on his last flight? A.He had too little sleep. properly. 16.What will the man leave behind this time? A.Maps. B.Books. C.His sleeping bag. B.He couldn’t eat the food. C.His radio didn’t work C.It is lighter. B.She will buy some cheap gifts. C.She will
17.What does the man want to do in the future? A.Sail around the world. B.Fly a small plane alone. 听第 10 段材料，回答第 18 至 20 题。 18.How much is the group ticket to the castle?
C.Climb some mountains.
19.Who should the students give money to? A.Mrs.Philips. B.Mrs.Gifford. C.The speaker.
20.What should the students take? A.Some lunch. B.A worksheet. C.A pen.
第二部分 阅读理解（共两节，满分 40 分） 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 Uber Uber is available in over 70 cities throughout 40 countries worldwide.You can either choose a typical Uber unmarked car or regular taxi.The app can show you where drivers are,so you know how long you’ll be waiting .You can also get fare quotes(报价) in advance.Your payment source is linked to the app and is automatically charged,so no physical money is ever needed. Lyft Lyft is a service that is also available in many large cities in the US.However,it offers something different,one of which is Lyft Line.With this service,you can find people that take the same route on a daily basis as you and split the fare with them.Lyft’s regular service lets you easily see where rides are,catch one,and easily pay right within the app. Easy Taxi Easy Taxi is available in 86 cities across 26 countries and lets you quickly scrub through maps and find locations you’d like to be picked up at.From there,just make sure there are taxis in your area.Confirm your ride and then pay for it within the Easy Taxi app.Once you book a ride,you should see the taxi’s plate number and phone number appear on the map,making it easy for you to pick out both the car and the driver. Curb Curb,formerly Taxi Magic,is currently available in around 60 cities across the United States as well as select cities in the United Kingdom,Canada,and Mexico.It ties in with taxi companies and their drivers.As your taxi makes its way to your location,you’ll be able to track its progress inside
the app.You can link a payment account to Curb to pay your fare through the app.You can also pay in cash. 21.Which app is available in the most countries? A.Uber. B.Lyft. C.Easy Taxi. D.Curb.
22.What’s the special service of Lyft? A.You can pay the fare in cash. C.You can get fare quotes in advance. 23.What do the four apps have in common? A.They are available worldwide. C.They allow users to pay via app. B.They are tied to taxi companies. D.They can identify your location. B I had been following the yellowish-green markers for a “popular and easy” three - mile out and -back hike (远足).Immediately after the trailhead,the trail (小径) became very rocky and steep.But having read about the hike,I knew within five minutes,I was supposed to reach the hike’s first overlook. However,the overlook never arrived.Instead,I found myself lost in the woods.Pulling out my cellphone,I saw it read “no service”.I checked the last text message I’d sent to my mom.It read,“ Conference ended … going for a small hike before my flight home this afternoon.” I put my phone away and kept moving and yelling,“ Help! Is anybody out there?” Every so often,I’d stop to listen,but I never heard a reply. I got out my phone again.The battery was running out fast as it searched for a signal,I struggled to find a place where I could get service.When I did,I called my mom.It went through! In a shaky voice,I said,“Mom?” and then the all dropped.More than 1,500 miles away,my mom instantly knew something was wrong.She called the Denver Police Department and was directed to the US Forest Service. This was how I was introduced to John,an operator from the US Forest Service,Following John’s instruction on the phone,I finally escaped from the woods.I breathed a sigh of relief.Then my phone rang,and it was John,making sure I was still going in the right direction.“By the way,” he said,“ we’ve had your mother on hold this whole time,So once you get down the mountain,you will absolutely want to give her a call.”
B.You can see where your ride is. D.You can find someone to share the fare.
24.What did the author do while finding the trail rocky and steep? A.He yelled for help. the first overlook. 25.When did the author tell his mom about the hiking? A.After he got lost. call dropped. 26.How did the author’s mom know he was in danger? A.The author called and told her about it. C.She learned it from the US Forest Service. phone. 27.What can we learn from the last paragraph? A.John came to the woods for the author. C.John lost touch with the author’s mom. C The fact that ants are fascinating insects has been know for some time,Now,scientists have discovered a large number of wood ants living in an abandoned underground storehouse in Templewo,Poland,despite having no obvious source of food. Polish zoologist Wojciech Czechowski and his team began studying the underground colony in 2013.They found the ants built a 60-cm high nest in the soil directly over the storehouse vertical air pipe,As years passed,the metal covering on the pipe eroded,leaving behind a hole that thousands of worker ants accidentally slip into each day as they go about their daily chores.The scientists say that there are no sources of food in the storehouse.This means that the insects live in a state of near starvation. In July 2015,the researchers disturbed part of the ant nest in search of larvae( 幼 虫),cocoons(茧),and queens.They found nothing,leading them to suspect that the lack of food and cold temperatures made reproduction impossible and that the group tending the nest is entirely made up of non-reproductive female workers.Their population is refilled every year,by a new rain of unfortunate ants that slide down the hole.The researchers say that when they returned in January 2016,the nest had been repaired.It appears that despite the terrible conditions,the worker ants do not stop constructing their nest.
B.He continued walking.
C.He returned to the start.
B.After John’s call.
C.After a conference.
B.The author’s flight didn’t arrive on time. D.She sensed something unusual on the
B.The author’s mom was on line waiting. D.The author went in the wrong direction.
Wood ants are know for their ability to adapt to bad living conditions,In this case,the millions of worker ants trapped in the storehouse have no choice.But instead of losing hope,they are making the best of the situation—a classic example of “ when life gives you lesions make lemonade.” 28.How did the wood ants arrive in the storehouse? A.They fell down there by accident. C.The storehouse builders left them there. B.The research team brought them there. D.They were attracted by the environment.
29.What does the underlined word “ eroded” in Paragraph 2 probably mean? A.Expanded. B.Rotted. C.Exploded. D.Melted.
30.What did the researchers find in the nest? A.Larvae. B.Cocoons. C.A queen. D.Worker ants.
31.Why did the population of wood ants remain steady? A.They had enough food. C.They adapted to the conditions. B.They were able to reproduce. D.They had new comers to join them. D Despite being used by 1.24 billion people each year,traveling on the Tube in London can actually be quite lonely. One citizen,however,is trying to change this,“You get on the Tube and it’s completely silent and it’s weird,” says Jonathan Dunne,who has stared a worldwide dialogue after giving out badges (徽章) with the words “Tube chat?” last month,encouraging passengers in London to get talking to one another,“I handed out 500 badges during rush hour in a city of 8 million,expecting most of them to be thrown away,but after about 24 hours it completely snowballed,”he says,Dunne and his “Tube chat” campaign have since been reported by media across the world,seeing TV interviews in Sweden,Brazil and the UK,as well as countless website,newspaper and magazine appearances. Although Dunne says he’s received mostly positive feedback,not everyone agrees with his idea,Londoner Brian Wilson responded with a campaign of his own,handing out 500 badges with the words “ Don’t even think about it “ on them,Michael Robinson,24,a student from London,agrees,“ Being on the Tube is the only peace and quiet some people get on their journeys to and from work,It doesn’t need to be spoiled by people coming up and chatting to you,”he says.
“People assume that I just walk up and talk to strangers,which I don’t,but it’s been a great way to meet people you would never have normally spoken to,” Dunne says. So if you ever end up using public transport in the West,why not say hello to the person next to you? Just make sure to check for a badge first. 32.How did Dunne encourage London passengers to talk with each other? A.By putting up posters on the tube. C.By offering passengers special badges. 33.How is Dunne’s campaign getting along? A.It has caught international attention. C.Most passengers have refused to accept it. promote it. 34.According to Michael Robinson,what should tube passengers do? A.Hand in their feedback in time. C.Stop using public transport. 35.What can be the best title for the text? A.Tube Chat or Not C.Silence on the Tube B.Lonely Travel in London Tube D.Tube Passengers Wearing Badges B.Walk up and talk to strangers. D.Enjoy the peace quietly. B.It has become a worldwide campaign. D.Wilson has made great efforts to B.By advocating his idea on the media. D.By starting a dialogue with passengers.
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。 Whether you are at Disneyland or another Disney park,you will usually find a nighttime show that will be showing, 36 Read this article to find out how you can get a good seat for an evening event at any Disney park. ● Plan on seeing the show in advance. Usually,if you decide an hour beforehand that you’re going to see a show,you will likely end up not getting a good seat,unless the park is not very busy. 37 ● Do your research. Research online: “The best places to view …” known,so you may not deal with such a big crowd. ● Arrive to the event early. 39 Possibly even earlier if the park is more crowded on that day.If you arrive ten
38 Some of them may even be less
minutes before the event starts,you’re a lot less likely to get a good spot. ● 40 If you must leave to do something,make sure that it’s extremely quick,and try to have another member of your party stay in your spot while you are away. A.Stay in the same area. B.Enjoy the show with a friend. C.It’s usually much more enjoyable if you can get a good seat. D.This is especially important if you arrive closer to the event time. E.In order to get a good spot,plan on arriving an hour before the event. F.Therefor,look at the schedule before your trip,or at least the day before. G.You’ll see a list of places in the park that are the best for viewing that event. 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，并在答题卡上将该项涂黑。 Honest Thanks I sat down at my desk and started writing,I wrote an emotional letter of gratitude.I put the notecard into the 41 ,sealed it and stuck the stamps on it,but when it came to actually 42 . 43 ,She had
placing the letter into the mailbox … I
The letter was to a schoolmate with whom I kept in contact via Facebook inspired me to live a(n) 44 life—for example.by 45 more. Her volunteer efforts weren’t
46 —she wasn’t building wells in Uganda,but 47 she
was doing small,local good deeds,such as serving as a crossing guard.These were things I could do,too,She made me how her 49 48 I could make a difference here at home.I felt I should let her know that
positively influenced my life.I could have easily sent her an e-mail, 50
seemed a bit lame for such an important thank you,That’s why I ended up 51
the letter,But me? Why
now I stood before the mailbox,unable to place the envelope inside.What was 52 was this so 53
to do ?I guess I felt strange because it wasn’t like she was my best friend,I just 54 do this,” I thought to myself,However, 55 thinking it over,I
knew her,“ People don’t
still felt a(n) 56 to let her know how grateful I was,Finally,I put the envelope in the mailbox.
Weeks later I received her reply,She was 57 a tough time and my letter meant the 58 to her,She didn’t know she had such a(n) 59 on others,Not only did this letter make her happy,but her response to it increased my 60 of happiness,I decided to write a gratitude
letter to someone each month,Cultivating gratitude is a great skill to practice,Life is too short not to do it. 41.A.envelope 42.A.sighed 43.A.usually 44.A.different 45.A.enjoying 46.A.essential 47.A.once 48.A.accept 49.A.words 50.A.and 51.A.editing 52.A.stopping 53.A.boring 54.A.directly 55.A.until 56.A.desire 57.A.going through 58.A.earth 59.A.comment 60.A.search B.drawer B.froze B.formally B.tough B.volunteering B.meaningful B.also B.realize B.thoughts B.but B.receiving B.urging B.pleasant B.constantly B.after B.ambition B.going for B.world B.honor B.appreciation C.handbag C.panicked C.occasionally C.enthusiastic C.exercising C.ordinary C.still C.admit C.example C.so C.answering C.encouraging C.hard C.equally C.while C.fear C.going against C.dream C.influence C.level 第Ⅱ卷 第三部分 英语知识运用（共两节，满分 45 分） 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）后括号内单词的正确形式。 D.pocket D.smiled D.secretly D.rich D.travelling D.huge D.instead D.prove D.emotion D.or D.handwriting D.confusing D.cool D.normally D.before D.curiosity D.going over D.future D.concern D.experience
Whenever Prince George steps out for an engagement.like on the royal tour of Canada,or poses for 61 watchers. According to William Hanson, 63 expert in ceremony,there’s a very good reason for this— and it has nothing to do 64 fashion,but rather a royal tradition that 65 (date) back to the (office) photographs,he only ever wears shorts, 62 has long confused royal
sixteenth century,A new born baby would 66 (dress) is a gown for their first year or two.Then he was “breached (穿裤礼)” and wore articles of clothing like shorts.The usual custom is that a boy graduates to trousers around eight years old. With times 67 (change),middle class boys began to wear trousers but they are is a very English thing to
considered suburban （土气的) by the upper,Hanson explains,“ 68
dress a young boy in shorts.” The British upper are always keen to hold on to tradition,and this also 69 (silent) marks them out from “the rest”,However,as for William and Kate,the 70
(decide) to dress George in shorts is more likely down to tradition than a class issue. 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一下作文。 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。 Recently,a famous basketball player has caused public angry by writing on the Great wall.In the fact,this happens in many place of interest,I had some suggestions to solve this problem. First,make more posters to inform the public the damage of graffiti( 涂
鸦).Besides,punishments,such as a fine,is necessary to tourists with so bad behaviors.Also,I think it’s helpfully to put up some boards along the tourist attractions that tourists can leave messages. I’m sure with our efforts,more and more people will become concerning about protecting cultural relics. 第二节 书面表达（满分 25 分）
假定你是李华，你的美国朋友 David 作为交换生曾在你家居住。近期你校要举办以 “ Foreigners Tell Chinese Stories”为主题的英语征文活动。请写一封邮件邀请他参加。要点如 下： 1.截稿时间：2017 年 2 月 1 日； 2.字数要求：500 左右； 3.投稿邮箱：firstname.lastname@example.org。 注意：1.词数：100 左右； 2.开头结尾已给出，不计入总词数。 Dear David，
Yours, Li Hua
河北省石家庄市 2017 届高三第一次复习教学质量检测 英语试题答案
听力（20×1.5=30） ：1—5 CACAB BCCBA 阅读理解（15×2=30） ：21—23 ADC CADA
七选五阅读填空（5×2=10） ：36—40 CFGEA 完形填空（ 20 × 1.5=30 ） ： 41 — 45 ABCAB AABCC 语法填空（10×1.5=15） ： 61.official 65.dates 66.be dressed 67.changing 短文改错（10×1=10） ： Recently,a famous basketball player has caused public angry by writing on the Great Wall.In the fact,this anger happens in many place of interest.I had some suggestions to solve this problem. places have the damage of graffiti ( 涂 68.It 69.silently 70.decision 62.which 63.an 64.with 46 — 50 DDBCB 51 — 55 DACDB 56 — 60
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附：听力材料 听力原文： (Text 1) M:Jane,let’s meet at the cafe after school.Then I can give you back your DVDs. W:Sorry,Nick,I can’t.I’m going swimming with Jenny.Why don’t you come too? I’m meeting her at the bus stop at five o’clock. M:OK.I’ll get my things and see you at the pool later. (Text 2) M:Will you have any time to type this English paper before lunch? W:No problem.I can start right now and finish it in about an hour. (Text 3) M:Do you know where I can get some good second-hand books?
W:There’s a good used bookstore not far from here.I’d be happy to show you where it is after work. M:OK.After buying the books I can drive you home. (Text 4) W:I saw a coat just the same as Linda’s.It was beautiful and fitted me well. M:Why didn’t you buy it? W:I thought it was too expensive. M:You can think about online shopping.It may be cheaper. (Text 5) W:Look! Is that John? M:Yes,he just returned from Italy.He will be a doctor. W:Really? He looks so different from the way he looked in school. (Text 6) M:There are so many unanswered questions on these customer survey forms.There’s no way I can give them to the marketing director. W:In my opinion,the surveys are poorly organized; they’re too long and ask the wrong questions. M:I agree with you.These surveys are outdated.Let ’s sit down together this afternoon and make a new customer survey form. W:I think that’s the best choice before we get off work. (Text 7) W:Westwood Golf Club,can I help you? M:Yes.I’d like some information about the club,please. W:Now we just have a restaurant,but we are building a new clubhouse next year with a small swimming pool. M:Do you have to wear any special clothes? W: We’re not like some clubs where you have to wear golf trousers! But we do like people to play in golf shoes— only players in competitions have to wear our club sweaters. M:Right.What about lessons for children? W:Our teacher is excellent,but he doesn’t do group lessons.They usually only do half an hour,and an hour is too much and costs ?8—it’s always half price for children.
M:Mmm.Can visitors play here? W: Yes.But you must be a guest of someone in the club. (Text 8) M:Hi,May.What’s up? W:Hi,John.I’m thinking.I’ve got lots of gifts to buy in the next few weeks and I’m just making a list of what to get. M:How exciting! I love buying gifts.Tell me what you’re going to buy and who for. W:Well,it’s my cousin Rachel’s wedding soon.I’m going to get her a dinner set of plates,bowls and glasses for their new apartment,because they like to hold dinner parties.My friend Bonnie is having a baby soon,and there is a baby shower for her next week. M:So what gift are you giving her? W:What about a teddy bear? Is it too simple? M:No,I think a teddy bear is a classic gift for babies.Well,have you got it all figured out? W:Yeah.I think it will cost a fortune to buy all the gifts. (Text 9) W:Today I’m going to talk to Martin Carter,who is going to make a rather special journey.Martin,tell us what you’re going to do. M:My plan is to fly around the world in a balloon.I made a similar trip last August but it wasn’t successful. W:Are you using a similar balloon this time? M:I found last time I didn’t have enough fuel to cross the Pacific so I had to land in India.My new balloon is larger so I can take more fuel with me.It will make it heavier but I’ll be able to fly further. W:What did you find most difficult on a long flight? M:Well,last time I spent a lot of time talking on the radio.Because of that I only got two hours’ sleep a day.So that was a real problem for me.The food is terrible but it keeps me alive and it’s not for long so I don’t mind. W:I heard that you’re taking several books to read.Is that a joke? M:On my first trip I took some books but I never opened them.This time any space I have I’ll fill with maps and I need room for my sleeping bag of course.
W:Well,we wish you good luck.What about the future? M:My adventures started in a boat and I’ve already sailed across the Atlantic.I can fly a plane but I prefer balloons. Anyway,after this trip,I’ll go back to my hobby of climbing.On my list are the seven highest mountains in the world so I need to start before I get too old. (Text 10) W:Listen carefully everyone.There is a school trip to Hilltop Castle next week.It’s a really interesting place and I’m sure you’ll enjoy it.We’re getting a group ticket,so instead of the usual price of $6.5,you only have to pay $3 to visit the castle,saving you $3.5.And the bus is free.Now,don’t forget.We’re going on March 4th.Mrs.Philips,the school secretary,is away this week so take your money to Mrs.Gifford.That’s G-I-double F-O-R-D.She works in the office, too.I’m afraid you’ll have to get up early because you need to be at school at 7:30.The bus is going at 7:45 and I want you all here 15 minutes before that.At the castle,I’ll give you a worksheet and a pen.Now,you should try to answer all the questions on it.And one last thing: don’t forget to bring some lunch.There isn’t a cafe there so you’ll get hungry.