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山东省实验中学2024届高三第二次诊断考试英语试题 2023.11 (本试卷共11页，共四部分：全卷满分150分，考试用时120分钟) 注意事项： 1,答卷前，先将自己的姓名、准考证号填写在试卷和答题纸上。 2,选择题的作答：每小题选出答案后，用2B铅笔把答题卡上对应题目的答案标号 涂黑。如需改动，用橡皮擦干净后，再选涂其他答案标号。 3.非选择题的作答：用0.5mm黑色签字笔直接答在答题卡上对应的答题区域内，写 在试卷、草稿纸和答题卡上的非答题区域均无效。 第一部分听力（共两节，满分30分） 做题时，先将答案标在试卷上。录音内容结束后，你将有两分钟的时间将试卷上的 答案转涂到答题卡上。 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。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。 1.When did the man decide to see the doctor? A.On Monday. B.Yesterday. C.Today. 2.Who found the phone? A.The woman's son. B.A taxi driver. C.A bus driver. 3.Why is the woman crying? A.She is too excited. B.She has been peeling onions. C.She failed to get the first-class degree. 4.What is probably the woman's favorite type of art? A.Paintings B.Photographs. C.Sculptures. 5.What frightened the woman? A.A loud noise. B.Her son's injury. C.The result of the race. 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三25.How did collecting roadside garbage affect Burrows'PTSD? A.It resulted in his embarrassment. B.It increased his sense of isolation C.It worsened his stress and anxiety. D.It brought him comfort and relief. 26.What concemed Burrows when he started Truckers Cleaning Up Britain? A.He feared being teased for his action. B.He was lacking in advanced cleanup tools C.He was unsure about the group's development. D.He worried about the local council's disapproval. 27.What can be a suitable title for the text? A.A Joyful Volunteer Experience B.A Trucker's Cleanup Initiative C.A Fighting Hero against PTSD D.A Platform for Environmentalists C For teenagers,is a sense of comfort more commonly found in sports or arts?And how might this relate to their reported depressive symptoms?A new research published by the American Psychological Association suggests that teenagers participating in after-school art activities like music,drama,and painting are more likely to report depressive symptoms than their non-participating peers. 、This is not to say that depression is a necessary condition for either a teen or an adult to become an artist,nor are we showing that participating in the arts leads to mental illness,、said lead author Laura N.Young.MA,of Boston College.、However,previous research has revealed higher rates of mental illness symptoms in adult artists.We were interested in whether this association is present earlier in development.、 Interestingly,teens who engaged exclusively in sports and didn't involve themselves in any other extracurricular activities were reported the least depressive symptoms.The researchers found no significant difference in depressive symptoms between teens involved in the arts who also did sports and those who didn't,suggesting that arts participation,rather than a lack of sports participation,was associated with depression. The researchers used data from the U.S.Survey of Youth collected from 2,482 students 15 to 16 years old.The survey asked teens about their frequency of participation in arts or sports activities after school,and their experience of various moods or problems related to depression. One theory the researchers proposed for the seeming link between the arts and mental illness symptoms is that people attracted to the arts might possess certain cognitive( qualities,such as absorbing a higher level of information from their surroundings.This could lead to general unhappiness and depression,yet also enhance creativity and artistic expression. The authors suggested that personality qualities linked to depression,like introversion () might guide teens towards more individual activities like the arts 、When positive behaviors such as being involved in the arts are associated with symptoms of mental illness,it's essential that we understand why,、said Young.、Further research can address the question of whether possible psychological shortcomings can be transformed into benefits through the practice of the arts、 28.What can we learn from the research findings? A.Art activities directly lead to teen mental illness. B.Art participation can be related to teen depression. C.Sports are likely to increase depression rates in teens. D.Being depressed is necessary to become an artist later. 29.Which has the closest meaning with the underlined word、exclusively、in Paragraph 3? A.only B.rarely C.regularly D.diversely 30.What is Paragraph 5 of the text mainly about? A.The overall framework of the research project. B.The direct cause of the observed phenomenon. C.The theoretical basis of the possible connection D.The methods applied in conducting the research 31.According to Young.what should follow-up researches focus on? A.How to reduce depressive symptoms through sports. B.How to identify the positive impacts of the association. C.How to prove the link between creativity and depression. D.How to tum potential mental weaknesses into strengths. D Have you noticed how the price of online purchases can increase at checkout?This is due to a strategy called、drip pricing.、coined by American economist Richard Thaler in 1971.Drip pricing is a strategy where businesses gradually add extra charges to a customer's bill,making the initially advertised price rise. This strategy takes advantage of customers'tendency to commit to a purchase when they see a low original price.As extra fees are added,customers often continue with the purchase despite the increased cost due to their emotional investment.Businesses,from e-commerce stores to airlines,use this technique to significantly boost their profits.The initial price of a product or service can sharply increase with the addition of various costs.For example,a flight ticket can considerably increase due to the inclusion of extra costs such as baggage fees, seating options,and access to express lanes. However,current laws seem inadequate in the face of these practices,resulting in calls for new regulations and clearer retailer responsibilities.Dr.Jane Doe from the Consumer Behavior Research Group at the University of Cambridge found that customers'knowledge plays an effective role.、Our study shows that when customers are informed about drip pricing techniques,they are less likely to fall for them,ultimately leading to more cost-effective purchases,、Dr.Doe said. The success of drip pricing depends on customers not knowing or accepting these extra costs.An interesting suggestion to fight these practices could be the start of an annual event to highlight and criticize the worst examples of drip pricing Possible award categories might include The Biggest Drip,Most Uselessly Named Charge,and the Droplet Award for multiple extra pricing add-ons.Such an event could strengthen customers and promote openness in pricing.thereby challenging the success of drip pricing. As we progress into the era of digital commerce,the need for transparency and faimess in pricing is becoming increasingly important.Consumer advocates argue that the key to fighting drip pricing lies not only in stricter laws and regulations from the govemment but also in equipping consumers with the necessary knowledge and tools. 32.What does the term、drip pricing、refer to? A.An outdated approach applied in e-commerce pricing. B.An in-depth study on the continual rise of business prices. C.A pricing strategy involving added costs to the initial price D.A cost reduction technique commonly employed in airlines. 33.What drives customers to proceed with a purchase even as costs increase? A.Fear of losing previous orders. B.Restrictions from acts and laws. C.Emotional commitment to the product D.Unawareness of the additional charges. 34.According to Dr.Jane Doe,how to protect consumers from drip pricing? A.By enforcing clear new laws. B.By providing consumer education C.By promoting cost-effective shopping. D.By organizing challenging annual events. 35.What can be inferred from paragraphs 4 and 5? A.Annual events will award successful drip pricing B.Ignoring drip pricing is an effective way to resist it. C.Consumer advocates need support from the media. D.Consumers and authorities should make joint efforts.