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广东省2018年6月普通高中学业水平考试地理试题

广东省2018年6月普通高中学业水平考试地理试题

一、未知添加题型下试题

未知 | 一般(0) |

1.    下图为1978-2015年间11月北极浮冰面积变化示意图。读图并结合所学知识,完成下面小题。

说明: figure
【小题1】北极浮冰面积变化的总体趋势是(  )

A.变大 B.先变小后变大
C.变小 D.稳定不变

【小题2】下列年份中,北极浮冰面积最大的是(  )

A.1978年 B.1986年
C.1998年 D.2006年

【小题3】强冷空气南下会造成我国(  )

A.海南出现台风天气 B.河北雾霾加重
C.新疆出现融雪洪水 D.湖南较大幅度降温

广东省2018年6月普通高中学业水平考试地理试题

2. 读图,结合所学知识,完成下面小题。
figure
【小题1】图中地貌常见于(   )

A.东北平原 B.青藏高原
C.四川盆地 D.塔里木盆地

【小题2】这种地貌的主要成因是(   )

A.海浪侵蚀 B.风力侵蚀
C.冰川侵蚀 D.流水侵蚀

广东省2018年6月普通高中学业水平考试地理试题

3. 我国西北地区过度开采地下水可能造成的危害有

A.泥石流灾害 B.海水入侵 C.干旱灾害 D.地面沉降

广东省2018年6月普通高中学业水平考试地理试题

4. 北半球某地某天正午太阳高度角为90°,该地可能处于(  )

A.5°N-15°N之间 B.25°N-35°N之间
C.44°N-55°N之间 D.65°N-75°N之间

广东省2018年6月普通高中学业水平考试地理试题

5. 重庆市区秋冬季节多雾,下列因素与其关系不大的是(   )

A.水汽充足 B.风力强劲
C.盆地地形 D.昼夜温差大

广东省2018年6月普通高中学业水平考试地理试题

6. 秦岭以北的关中地区秋雨期一般自8月中旬后开始,最晚可持续到10月上旬。该地区秋雨持续时间长的主要原因是(  )

A.蒸发旺盛 B.台风影响
C.暖湿气流北进 D.地形阻挡

广东省2018年6月普通高中学业水平考试地理试题

7.    下图为我国某铁路干线沿线气象资料,据此并结合所学知识,完成下列各题。

figure

【小题1】铁路干线从①到④的走向是

A.从南向北 B.从西到东
C.从北向南 D.从东到西

【小题2】图中③④地区列车运行影响最大的自然灾害是

A.洪涝 B.地震 C.沙尘暴 D.干旱

广东省2018年6月普通高中学业水平考试地理试题

8.    我国山西省能源与矿产资源储量丰富,其工业类型以重化工业为主。据此并结合所学知识,完成下列小题。

【小题1】主导山西省重化工业布局的因素是(  )

A.技术 B.市场 C.资源 D.交通

【小题2】实现山西省区域可持续发展,应该(  )

A.禁止煤炭资源的开采 B.延长产业链优化产业结构
C.大力发展高耗能产业 D.积极发展原料导向型产业

广东省2018年6月普通高中学业水平考试地理试题

9. 以前农民秋冬季节常在田间人造烟幕防止农作物受冻,其原理是

A.增加太阳辐射 B.增加地面辐射
C.增加大气散射 D.增加大气逆辐射

广东省2018年6月普通高中学业水平考试地理试题

10.    下表为我国2017年城市春运人口迁出率迁入率前十位情况列表。读表完成下面小题。

排位

1

2

3

4

5

6

7

8

9

10

迁出率

广东深圳市

广东东莞市

广东中山市

广东佛山市

广东广州市

北京市

福建厦门市

江苏苏州市

上海市

浙江杭州市

迁入率

广东梅州市

河南周口市

广东茂名市

湖北黄冈市

安徽宿州市

安徽六安市

安徽安庆市

安徽滁州市

安徽豪州市

广西贵港市

 

【小题1】由此可知(  )

A.深圳市迁出率大于广州市 B.上海市迁出率大于北京市
C.茂名市迁入率大于梅州市 D.毫州市迁入率大于宿州市

【小题2】此次春运中,客流量最小的交通运输方式是(  )

A.航空运输 B.铁路运输 C.海洋运输 D.公路运输

广东省2018年6月普通高中学业水平考试地理试题

11. 2020年左右我国要完成35颗北斗卫星发射组网,形成覆盖全球的导航系统。下列与北斗系统高精度技术的应用无直接关系的是

A.洪水淹没范围监测 B.水库大坝变形监测
C.120系统应用急救 D.无人汽车驾驶导航

广东省2018年6月普通高中学业水平考试地理试题

12. 下列变化与人口合理容量增加呈负相关的是

A.科技水平的提高 B.自然环境的改善
C.区域开发程度的加大 D.人民消费水平的提高

广东省2018年6月普通高中学业水平考试地理试题

13.    分布于高寒区域的某类垫状植被常形成致密的垫状体结构,贴伏于地面,具有很强的喜光性,降水的减少会导致垫状植物茎的死亡,加速植物叶子在秋季的枯萎。下图为青藏高原某山地南坡该类垫状植物盖度分布图,据此并结合所学知识,完成下面小题。

说明: figure
【小题1】该类垫状植物分布最密集的海拔在(  )

A.4800米 B.4900米
C.5000米 D.5100百米

【小题2】此山坡4500米-4750米处,该类垫状植物盖度低的原因可能是(  )

A.草地退化严重 B.降水较多
C.透光率较低 D.气温较低

广东省2018年6月普通高中学业水平考试地理试题

14. 位于北回归线附近的大部分地区气候干旱,但北回归线经过的我国东南地区却气候温暖湿润。造成这一差异的主要原因是我国东南地区受

A.季风环流的影响 B.赤道低气压带控制
C.副热带高气压带控制 D.东北信风的影响

广东省2018年6月普通高中学业水平考试地理试题

15. 在一定区域内,某一级别的城市(   )

A.等级越高,数量越多 B.等级越高,服务范围越大
C.数量越少,职能越低 D.数量越多,彼此间距离越远

广东省2018年6月普通高中学业水平考试地理试题

16. 据报道“开普勒452b”是至今发现的和地球大小相近的“宜居”行星,由此推断该行星

A.属于太阳系中的行星 B.可能拥有大气层和液态水
C.组成物质与月球类似 D.自身可以发光发热

广东省2018年6月普通高中学业水平考试地理试题

17. 有色金属冶炼厂区位选择的主导因素是(  )

A.动力 B.劳动力 C.技术 D.市场

广东省2018年6月普通高中学业水平考试地理试题

18. 下图中能正确表示南半球中低纬度海区表层大洋环流模式的是
figure

A.① B.② C.③ D.④

广东省2018年6月普通高中学业水平考试地理试题

19. 西安至成都高铁秦岭段桥梁和隧道占路段长度的比例高达90%以上,其主要影响因素是(  )

A.景观设计要求 B.环境保护要求
C.地形复杂 D.冻土深厚

广东省2018年6月普通高中学业水平考试地理试题

20. 近年来,青海省互助县积极调整产业结构,大力发展马铃薯产业,通过扩大种植面积、推广标准化栽培技术、加强农产品流通、技术和信息服务等工作,使马铃薯种植成为农业增收的主要来源。据此并结合所学知识,完成下列各题。
【小题1】该地的马铃薯种植业属于

A.商品农业 B.立体农业 C.粗放农业 D.混合农业

【小题2】下列不属于该地马铃薯种植的优势条件是

A.光照充足 B.土质疏松 C.昼夜温差大 D.降水丰沛

广东省2018年6月普通高中学业水平考试地理试题

21.    下图为某地区农业循环生产模式示意图,读图并结合所学知识,完成下列小题。

说明: figure
【小题1】该地区位于(  )

A.亚热带 B.寒带 C.亚寒带 D.温带

【小题2】此种生产模式的主要作用是(  )

A.提高城市化水平 B.加速产业转移
C.提高资源利用率 D.加速人口流动

广东省2018年6月普通高中学业水平考试地理试题

22. 2018年5月10日20时,家住北京的小王通过网络订购了英国伦敦某商店的商品,送给远在成都的小明,据此并结合所学知识,完成下列各题。
【小题1】小王订购时伦敦时间为

A.10日10时 B.10日12时 C.10日14时 D.10日16时

【小题2】网上购物有利于带动发展的产业是

A.物流业 B.礼品包装业 C.食品加工业 D.旅游业

广东省2018年6月普通高中学业水平考试地理试题

23.    城市通风廊道是指在城市规划,建设过程中,留出一定空间的走廊,以保持或引导天然气流,提高城市空气流通性。

据此并结合所学知识,完成下面小题。
【小题1】城市通风廊道走向的规划主要依据是(  )

A.盛行风向 B.道路分布
C.地形地势 D.工业布局

【小题2】下列地理事物不适合布局在通风廊道中的是(  )

A.成片绿地 B.高大建筑
C.湖面水域 D.城市道路

广东省2018年6月普通高中学业水平考试地理试题

24.    北京时间2003年10月29日14时13分,太阳风暴袭击地球,太阳日冕抛射出的大量带电粒子流击中地球磁场,产生了强磁暴,不少地方出现了绚丽多彩的极光。

据此并结合所学知识,完成下面小题。
【小题1】下列国家中最有可能欣赏到极光的是(  )

A.墨西哥 B.加拿大
C.意大利 D.巴基斯坦

【小题2】太阳风暴袭击地球时,不仅会影响通信,威胁卫星,而且会破坏臭氧层。臭氧层作为地球的保护伞,是因为臭氧层能吸收太阳辐射中的(  )

A.可见光 B.微波
C.紫外线 D.红外线

广东省2018年6月普通高中学业水平考试地理试题

25. 协调人类同环境对立的矛盾,促进人类与环境统一应持的环境观是

A.天命论 B.人类中心论 C.地理环境决定论 D.天人合一论

广东省2018年6月普通高中学业水平考试地理试题

广东省广州市荔湾区2019-2020学年高二(上)期末物理试题

广东省广州市荔湾区2019-2020学年高二(上)期末物理试题

一、未知添加题型下试题

未知 | 一般(0) | 1. 磁场对电流可以产生作用力,最先发现这一现象的科学家是(  )

A.库仑 B.安培 C.法拉第 D.特斯拉

广东省广州市荔湾区2019-2020学年高二(上)期末物理试题

2. 一质量为2kg的物体,速度由向东3m/s变为向西3m/s,在这个过程中该物体的动量与动能的变化量分别是(  )

A.0、0
B.0、18J
C.12kgeqId88a9c3b9656848269672503e1df8507fm/s、0
D.12kgeqId88a9c3b9656848269672503e1df8507fm/s、18J

广东省广州市荔湾区2019-2020学年高二(上)期末物理试题

3. 反天刀是生活在尼罗河的一种鱼类,沿着它身体的长度方向分布着电器官,这些器官能在鱼周围产生微弱的电场,如图为反天刀周围的电场线分布示意图,ABC为电场中的点,下列说法正确的是(  )
说明: figure

A.C点电势高于A点电势
B.电子在A点受到电场力方向指向B
C.A点电场强度小于B点电场强度
D.正离子从AB,其电势能减小

广东省广州市荔湾区2019-2020学年高二(上)期末物理试题

4. 实验装置如图:装有导电液的玻璃器皿放在蹄形磁铁的磁场中,器皿中心的圆柱形电极与电源负极相连,内壁边缘的圆环形电极与电源正极相连。接通电源后,从上往下俯视,液体顺时针旋转,则以下说法中正确的是(  )
说明: figure

A.蹄形磁铁上端为S极
B.液体中电流由边缘流向中心
C.液体旋转方向与蹄形磁铁的磁极无关
D.若只互换电源的正负极,则液体旋转方向不变

广东省广州市荔湾区2019-2020学年高二(上)期末物理试题

5. 如图所示是一种通过测量电容器电容的变化,检测液面高低的仪器原理图,电容器的两个电极分别用导线接到指示器上,指示器可显示出电容的大小,下列关于该仪器的说法中正确的是(  )
说明: figure

A.金属芯线粗细决定电容的大小
B.芯柱外套的绝缘管越厚,该电容器的电容越大
C.该仪器中电容的两个电极分别是芯柱和电介质
D.指示器显示出电容增大了,则电容器中液面升高了

广东省广州市荔湾区2019-2020学年高二(上)期末物理试题

6. 一块手机电池的背面印有如图所示的一些符号,另外在手机使用说明书上还写有“通话时间4h,待机时间100h”,则下列说法正确的是(  )
说明: figure

A.符号“mA•h”为能量单位
B.手机通话时消耗的功率为0.25W
C.待机时消耗的功率1.8×102W
D.此手机的最大电流是500mA

广东省广州市荔湾区2019-2020学年高二(上)期末物理试题

7. 用下图实验装置验证《动量守恒定律》,ab球的半径为ra球的质量m1b球的质量m2,则下列说法正确的是(  )
说明: figure

A.小球滚动滑槽必须光滑
B.a球的质量m1应大于b球的质量m2
C.要验证的表达式是m1OB=m1OA+m2OC
D.要验证的表达式是m1OB=m1OA+m2OC﹣2r

广东省广州市荔湾区2019-2020学年高二(上)期末物理试题

广东省广州大学附属中学2020-2021学年高二上学期三校联考英语试题

广东省广州大学附属中学2020-2021学年高二上学期三校联考英语试题

一、阅读选择添加题型下试题

阅读选择 | 一般(0.65) | 2020·广州大学附属中学高二月考

1.    The Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame ( the Hall of Fame for short ) is a fantastic destination for everyone from lifelong basketball fans to families with children who are just beginning to explore the world’s most popular sport. Each year, several thousand visitors crowd into this birthplace of basket-ball.

Dates and Hours of Operation

The Hall of Fame is open Wednesday through Sunday from late November through March 31 and daily the rest of the year. Hours are from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. (Friday through Sunday: 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.). Because it may close for private functions, it is wise to confirm hours of operation ahead of your visit. Just call 1-877-466-6752.

Ticket Information

Admission to the Hall of Fame (as of 2019) is $24 for people aged over 16, $16 for youths aged from 5 to 16 and free for children under age 5. Since the number of visitors is limited each day, you are advised to make a reservation in advance. For more information, please call 1-877-466-6831.

Travelling from All Directions

The Hall of Fame is conveniently located (位于) within driving distance from Boston (in the east), Albany (in the west), Vermont (in the north) and New York (in the south) and is right off of MA Route 91. For those who prefer to travel by air, the museum is not far from Logan International Airport and Bradley International Airport. For more information about the transportation, call 1-877-446-6755.

A Friendly Reminder

1 No food and beverage inside of the hall.

2 Backpacks and any large bags are not permitted inside of the hall unless needed for medical reasons.

3 If you wish to participate in shooting on Center Court, please wear appropriate footwear. Also, contests of any kind and half court shots are not allowed for everyone’s safety.

4 For anything you don’t know for sure, call 413-781-6500.

【小题1】When can visitors visit the Hall of Fame?

A.At 11:00 a.m., Monday, Nov. 30th.
B.At 3:00 p.m., Friday, Mar. 12th.
C.At 4:30 p.m., Tuesday, Apr.1st.
D.At 5:30 p.m., Sunday, Dec. 20th.

【小题2】What is the purpose of the fourth paragraph of the text?

A.To tell about the location of the Hall of Fame.
B.To introduce several cities near the Hall of Fame.
C.To stress the easy accessibility to the Hall of Fame.
D.To encourage people to reach the Hall of Fame by car.

【小题3】What are visitors advised to do in the Hall of Fame?

A.Join in shooting contests on Center Court.
B.Take some snacks in case they are hungry
C.Take care of their backpacks during the visit
D.Wear suitable shoes if they want to try shooting.

广东省广州大学附属中学2020-2021学年高二上学期三校联考英语试题

2.    “While animals can’t pick out precise numbers, they can understand that more is more. Interestingly, we know now that numerical(数值的)competence is present on almost every branch of the animal tree of life,” says Andreas Nieder, a neurobiologist from the University of Tuebingen. “Different groups of animals obviously developed this trait(特点)independently from others and that strongly indicates that it has to be of adaptive value.”

Honeybees, for instance, can remember the number of landmarks they pass when searching for food in order to find their way back to the hive. The last common ancestor between honeybees and primates lived about 600 million years ago. But still, they evolved numerical competence that, in many respects, is comparable to vertebrate(脊椎动物的)numerical competence. Also, for example, male frogs sing “advertisement” calls to attract females. The females, listening for the complexity of their calls, choose the male that sings the most calls.

Wolves are more likely to hunt successfully if they have the right number of wolves in their pack for the size of their prey(猎物): With prey like deer, only around six to eight wolves are needed, while hunting wild ox requires a pack of nine to thirteen. Their prey also uses this concept to protect themselves from predators — deer tend to live in large herds to reduce the chance of any individual becoming prey. So obviously they are assessing the number of individuals in their groups for their everyday life situations.

Despite these many examples of numerical competence in animals, this subject has not gotten many first-hand studies. “Many of these behavioral findings in the wild have usually been collected as by-products or accidental findings of other research questions,” says Nieder. He argues that more research needs to be done to fully understand the numerical competence.

【小题1】The phenomenon of animals having their own numerical competence shows that      .

A.all groups of animals are related in some ways
B.numerical competence must have a survival benefit
C.the intelligence of animals varies with different environments
D.animals’ numerical competence is determined by their adaptability

【小题2】What role does numerical competence play in wolves’ hunting?

A.It helps them form hunting groups.
B.It gives them more options to hunt.
C.It makes them discover more prey.
D.It offers them new skills to hunt.

【小题3】How does the author mainly develop this text?

A.By listing figures. B.By asking questions.
C.By giving examples. D.By making comparisons.

【小题4】From which is the text probably taken?

A.A biology textbook. B.A health magazine.
C.A travel brochure. D.A research paper.

广东省广州大学附属中学2020-2021学年高二上学期三校联考英语试题

3.    My best friend travelled to stay with my family last weekend. when she arrived, she went straight to the kitchen and, without asking, ate some dried fruit. She wasn’t being rude. I knew she would do this. We’ve known each other for almost 20 years. She can eat anything she wants from my kitchen. Indeed, I bought her favorite fruits and snacks at the shop that morning.

Our long weekend together was simple. I was recovering from surgery and couldn’t go to shopping malls, We passed the time running errands(差事), but there’s never been a quiet moment. We’ve lived in different cities for almost a decade, Reunions demand conversation.

Our personalities are matched, to be sure,and a shared history is indescribably(难以形容地)valuable. We were competitors at high school before bonding. Then we discovered the many interests that we had in common. Our friendship developed itself quickly. We stayed companions and supported each other through law school and through our first jobs. Ours is a friendship for the ages.

There is something special about friends who know everything about you. They are rare. They have seen your bright lights of achievements, the depths of desperation(绝望的境地)and the boring routine of the in-between. It’s special to unpack feelings without wasting time filling in the blanks. As my long weekend shows, with such friends we don’t have to “do”, but we simply have to “be”. We drop the act, the performance, the public version of ourselves, The special friendships are those which never fail to delight, whose continuation is worth the extra effort, despite distance and difference in our separate lives. I had the very great joy of this reminder last weekend. I’m lucky to have found this friend, and to see a future where her companionship remains. Being together is perfection.

【小题1】What can we infer from Para. 2?

A.They talked constantly about their lives. B.They enjoyed running errands.
C.They had a noisy weekend D.They quarreled at times.

【小题2】What does the author appreciate about their friendship?

A.They help each other achieve in their fields
B.They’re best friends despite different hobbies
C.They inspire each other to be their best selves.
D.They’ re comfortable just being themselves

【小题3】What message is conveyed in the last paragraph?

A.Real friends are easy to make
B.Good friendships need devotion
C.Special friendships may fail to delight.
D.Distance and difference bring friendship

【小题4】Why does the author write this text?

A.To express thanks to her best friend
B.To share the friendship she treasures.
C.To describe what her best friend is like
D.To explain how she offers help to her friend

广东省广州大学附属中学2020-2021学年高二上学期三校联考英语试题

4.    The first patient who died on my watch was an older man with a faulty heart. We tried to slow it down with treatment, but it suddenly stopped beating completely. Later, whenever I would have a case like that one, I found myself second-guessing my clinical management. However, it turns out that thinking twice may actually cause more harm than good.

In a working paper, Emory University researchers found that when doctors delivering a baby have a bad result, they are more likely to switch to a different delivery method with the next patient, often unnecessarily and sometimes with worse results.

Because doctors make so many decisions that have serious consequences, the fallout from second-guessing appears especially large for us. A 2006 study found that if a patient had a bleed after being prescribed (开药) warfarin, the physician was about 20% less likely to prescribe later patients the blood thinner that prevents strokes (中风). However, if a patient was not on warfarin and had a stroke physicians were still no more likely to prescribe warfarin to their other patients.

These findings highlight interesting behavioral patterns in doctors. In the blood-thinner study, doctors were more affected by the act of doing harm (prescribing a blood thinner that ended up hurting doctors were more affected by the act of doing harm(prescribing a blood thinner that ended up hurting a patient) and less affected by letting harm happen (not prescribing a blood thinner and the patient having a stroke). Yet a stroke is often more permanent and damaging than a bleed.

But this phenomenon is not unique to medicine. ”Overreaction to Fearsome Risks” holds true for broader society.

For instance, sensational headlines about shark attacks on humans in Florida in 2001 caused a panic and led the state to prohibit shark-feeding expeditions. Yet shark attacks had actually fallen that year and, according to the study, such a change was probably unnecessary given the extremely small risk of such an attack happening.

Humans are likely to be influenced by emotional and often irrational (不理性的) thinking when processing information, bad events and mistakes. As much as we don’t want to cause an unfortunate event to happen again, we need to be aware that a worst situation that can be imagined doesn’t necessarily mean we did anything wrong. When we overthink, we fail to rely on thinking based on what we know or have experienced. Instead, we may involuntarily overanalyze and come to the wrong conclusion.

I have treated dozens of patients who presented with the same illnesses as my first patient, who died more than a year ago. Instead of second-guessing myself, I trusted my clinical instinct (本能) and stayed the course. Every one of those patients survived. You should trust your instinct in your life, too.

【小题1】The first two paragraphs suggest that________.

A.bad medical outcomes affect doctors
B.delivering babies can be difficult work
C.some doctors are not very experienced
D.doctors sometimes make silly mistakes

【小题2】In the blood-thinner study, doctors________.

A.tend to prescribe less effective medicine
B.are more concerned about the patients’ safety
C.become less confident in writing a prescription
D.believe a stroke is more treatable than a bleeding

【小题3】What does the underlined word ”fallout” in Paragraph 3 probably mean?

A.Result B.Benefit C.Difference D.Absence

【小题4】The author will probably agree that________.

A.we should not doubt our own decisions
B.our experience will pave way for our future
C.humans are emotional and irrational on the whole
D.instincts don’t necessarily lead to wrong directions

广东省广州大学附属中学2020-2021学年高二上学期三校联考英语试题

5.    Your teen years are a time to learn about yourself and start thinking about your future. Doing well in school and leading a healthy social and personal life will make you happier and more likely to succeed. 【小题1】. Instead, remember to have fun and live a life you love!

Become a curious reader. Go to your school library and check out books that interest you. It can be anything from poetry to storybooks—just get reading! 【小题2】, ask the librarian for suggestions.

Look ahead to life after you graduate from high school. Think ahead to what you will do in the future, whether that’s getting a degree, volunteering, or jumping right into the career of your choice. 【小题3】. Just start to think about what you might want to do in the future according to your interests, passions and skills.

Take after-class activities you enjoy. 【小题4】 . Whether you’re into film, theatre, pottery, painting, or playing music, you can find classes at your school or courses at local recreation (娱乐) centers.

【小题5】. To feel a sense of achievement about your school and personal life, set realistic goals for yourself. For example, you might set a goal to achieve all A’s and B’s this term. As for personal goals, you might plan to get really good at shooting 3-point shots in basketball or learn how to bake bread.

A.Set realistic academic and personal goals
B.But you shouldn’t get too crazy with success
C.Unless you are in a library
D.Don’t worry, as you don’t have to choose a career right now
E.Pay attention and ask questions to further your understanding
F.If you don’t know where to start
G.Make them a chance for you to relax and express yourself

广东省广州大学附属中学2020-2021学年高二上学期三校联考英语试题

6.    An act of kindness doesn’t have to be a grand gesture. Even those small acts of kindness can make a difference in someone’s day. That was just the case for Amie Mickey when she____________a bumper sticker on her car reading: You Matter.

Amie started to do this several years ago. At first, she wondered if people would________________it. However, much to her surprise, she began seeing a flood of____________every time she hit the road. More often than not, people________________slowly near her car would roll down their windows, raising their____________________,waving and smiling. Sometimes, she even found some sticky notes left on her windshield saying things like “You________________too! “Once while she was driving down the highway, she became____________when a man driving a sports car at a high speed pulled his car alongside suddenly, waving and mouthing, “You matter!” Though it took her some time to recover from the________________, she still felt happy. Last year, someone____________________her car while she was waiting for her friend in the car by the roadside, saying to her, “It is a(an)________________sticker. I’ve seen various stickers before, but none of them have touched me as your sticker has done. “The two small words on the sticker seem simple enough, but they really struck a chord with many complete strangers who___________to catch sight of the sticker.

Stories like Amie’s really________________the rest of us. Sometimes a kind word or gesture may lift our____________and it doesn’t cost a thing except for a little extra thought. Maybe it means offering a friend a hug, praising the children when their children________________well in school, helping someone out or volunteering at animal shelters or shelters for the homeless. Acts of kindness are waiting everywhere. Small as they seem, they can make a____________impact on the world, and help form general goodness.

【小题1】
A.tore up B.picked up C.fixed up D.put up
【小题2】
A.watch B.overlook C.notice D.neglect
【小题3】
A.attention B.strangers C.confusion D.trouble
【小题4】
A.running B.driving C.walking D.riding
【小题5】
A.voices B.hats C.shoulders D.thumbs
【小题6】
A.count B.share C.value D.matter
【小题7】
A.frightened B.frustrated C.embarrassed D.disappointed
【小题8】
A.parking B.speed C.incident D.event
【小题9】
A.approached B.blocked C.repaired D.cleaned
【小题10】
A.important B.special C.typical D.skeptical
【小题11】
A.happened B.occurred C.managed D.offered
【小题12】
A.shock B.inspire C.delight D.satisfy
【小题13】
A.feelings B.thoughts C.spirits D.minds
【小题14】
A.work B.exercise C.conduct D.behave
【小题15】
A.reliable B.subjective C.positive D.brief

广东省广州大学附属中学2020-2021学年高二上学期三校联考英语试题

7. 阅读下面短文,在空白处填入1个适当的单词或括号内单词的正确形式。

Scientists have found fossils (化石) that once belonged 【小题1】 a giant parrot. They say the fossilized bones are from the biggest parrot that has ever lived. It was 【小题2】 (probable) as tall as a three-year-old child and weighed around eight kilograms. The researchers found the fossils in New Zealand. The new parrot 【小题3】 (name) after Hercules, a strongman of ancient Greek mythology (神话). The scientists studied the fossilized leg bones they found 【小题4】 said Hercules was around a meter tall, which means Hercules is twice the size of all other known parrots. The 【小题5】 (large) parrot scientists know of is the kakapo, 【小题6】 flightless bird that also lives in New Zealand.

New Zealand is famous for its flightless birds. The kiwi is a symbol of the country. There are five recognized kiwi species 【小题7】 (live) today. The kiwi is so closely associated with the national identity of New Zealand that New Zealanders sometimes refer to 【小题8】 (they) as “kiwis”. Scientists say these birds could become 【小题9】 (endanger) if their environment stays the same.

Hercules lived about 19 million years ago. A researcher said, “New Zealand is well-known for its giant birds. Until now, no one 【小题10】 (find) an extinct giant parrot anywhere. There are many more unexpected species yet to be discovered.”

广东省广州大学附属中学2020-2021学年高二上学期三校联考英语试题

8. (2013·高考陕西卷)The witnesses________by the police just now gave very different descriptions of the fight.

A.questioned B.being questioned
C.to be questioned D.having questioned

广东省广州大学附属中学2020-2021学年高二上学期三校联考英语试题

9. The living room is clean and tidy, with a dining table already __________ for a meal to be cooked.

A.laid B.laying
C.to lay D.being laid

广东省广州大学附属中学2020-2021学年高二上学期三校联考英语试题

10. The children went home from the grammar school, their lessons______ for the day.

A.finishing B.finished
C.had finished D.were finished

广东省广州大学附属中学2020-2021学年高二上学期三校联考英语试题

11. I failed in the final exam last term and only then        the importance of study.

A.I realized B.I realize
C.had I realized D.did I realize

广东省广州大学附属中学2020-2021学年高二上学期三校联考英语试题

12. I went to the classroom as usual. But there, next to my desk, ______ I had never seen before.

A.a girl did sit B.a girl sat
C.did a girl sit D.sat a girl

广东省广州大学附属中学2020-2021学年高二上学期三校联考英语试题

13. The Science Museum, which we visited during a recent trip to Britain, is one of London’s splendid tourist ________.(根据句意填空)

广东省广州大学附属中学2020-2021学年高二上学期三校联考英语试题

14. Group exercise is________(有挑战性的) , yet fun and empowering. (根据汉语提示单词拼写)

广东省广州大学附属中学2020-2021学年高二上学期三校联考英语试题

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