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柳州市2023届高三第三次模拟考试 英语 (考试时间：120分钟：满分：150分) 注意：1答题前考生务必将自己的姓名、准考证号填写在答题卡上。 2所有答案请在答题卡上作答，在本试卷和草稿纸上作答无效。答题前 请仔细阅读答题卡上的“注意事项”，按照“注意事项”的规定答题。 3.做选择题时，如需改动，请用橡皮将原选答案擦千净，再选涂其他答案。 第I卷（选择题） 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你的答案转涂到客 观题答题卡上。 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，从随中所给的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 一追。 1.What do we know about the man's daughter? A.She will buy some flowers for her father. B.She will go to university today. C.She will finish her study in university. 2.When will the lecture begin? A.At 3:00 pm. B.At 3:30 pm. C.At 4:30 pm. 3.What did the man mean? A.He hated to share his opinion about the movie. B.He was not a fan of scary movies. C.He was scared by the monsters in the movie. 4.What does the woman think of the new leader? A.Strict. B.Creative. C.Honest. 5.What are the two speakers going to do? A.To attend a family party. B.To pick up their children. C.To buy a pair of new shoes. The world has faced a food erisis of unprecedented(前所未有的）proportions in2022一the largest in modern history,as conflict,the COVID-19 pandemic,climate crisis and rising costs have combined to pose great risks for hungry people across the world.As many as 828 million people go to bed hungry every night.The number of those facing acute food insecurity has risen from 135 million to 345 million since 2019.A total of 49 million people in 49 countries are suffering hunger,according to figures from the United Nations'World Food Programme. "We are facing an unprecedented global food erisis and all signs suggest we have not yetse the worst.For the last three years,hunger numbers have repeatedly hit new peaks,"WFP Executive Director David Beasley said.He warned that things can and will get worse unless there is a large-scale and coordinated(协调一致的effort to address the causes of this crisis. There are many reasons for prevailing high levels of food insecurity.These reasons include conflicts,climate changes and weather extremes,economic slowdowns and downturs.In addition,these drivers often do not act alone.For instance,conflicts are often accompanied by economic downturs, which affect liveliboods and the ability of people to ear resources,leading to increasing poverty levels and higher prevalence (of food insecurity. Unfortunately,the main reasons for high levels of food insecurity have not improved this year. People in the Hor of Africa are facing a fifth consecutive failed rain season in parts of Ethiopia,Kenya and Somalia,which will constrain their produetion,and is likely to push many people deeper into food insecurity. Moreover,there is uncertainty about the weather.And climatic shock affecting any major producer or exporter will introduce additional uncertainty into production and consequently prices,which in tum impact the ability to purchase food,particularly of the most vulnerable people. 28.How does the author lead in the topic? A.By making a comparison. B.By sharing personal experience. C.By giving opinions with evidence. D.By listing facts and accurate figures. 29.What can we know from David Beasley's words? A.This global food crisis won't last longer. B.It's certain that the global food crisis will get worse. C.We need to work together to deal with the global food crisis. D.There will be another new peak of hunger numbers in three years. 30.What does the underlined word in Paragraph 3 mean? A.Characters. B.Operators. C.Factors. D.Activities. 31.What is the best title for the passage? A.The Issue of Food Safety B.The Unprecedented Food Crisis C.Conflicts Causing Food Shortage D Climate Acts Must Focus on Youth Children and young people are bearing the burden of climate change.However,they are consistently overlooked in the design and content of climate policies and related measures.The rights of the youth need to be put in a central place in a country's climate change plan as extreme weather events are threatening their lives and destroying the infrastructure critical to their well-being. The scientifie community has sounded the alarm that climate change is a global emergency,and the risks of deadly drought,frequent floods,heat waves,extreme weather,and poverty will significantly worsen. Over half a billion children live in high flood zones and nearly 160 million live in areas of extremely high drought,said a report released in 2015 by the United Nations Children's Fund,or UNICEF.Polluted air has a huge impact on children's brain development.It is estimated about 2 billion children live in areas with air quality that is well above international pollution standards.Air pollution,lack of safe water,underutrition are strongly linked to pneumonia(),a leading cause of death among children,killing nearly 2,400 children a day.The increase of diseases such as malaria and dengue fever have the greatest impacts on children,for example,90 percent of the disease burden that is attributable to climate change is bom by children under the age of five.The UNICEF report said all these challenges are exacerbated (by climate change. Through the intergovemmental cooperation on climate change,the UN has made it clear the impacts of climate change are global in scope and unprecedented in raising.Actively responding to climate change is not only imperative ()but also key to sustainable development for generations to come as children and young people are the future of mankind. We are all glad to see children and young people are encouraged to play a key role in addressing climate-related risks by promoting environmentally sustainable lifestyles and setting an example for their communities. 32.What's the author's main purpose in the first paragraph? A.To give a summary. B.To give some evidences. C.To express his emotions. D.To put forward his view. 33.How does climate change impact young children? A.It harms children's health. B.It has a huge impact on children's education. C.It reduces births of new babies. D.It leads to the change of children's lifestyle. 34.What is the author's attitude towards the issue? A.Approving. B.Intolerable. C.Concerned. D.Indifferent. 35.Who are probably the intended readers of the text? A.Engineers. B.Environmentalists. C.Sports fans. D.Music lovers.