高三上册一月英语考试试题

2017-10-06文来 试题

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  第Ⅰ卷

  第一部分:听力(共两节,满分30分)

  做题时,现将答案标在试卷上,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, 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。

  1. Where does Bob come from?

  A. France. B. America. C. Australia.

  2. What is the woman going to do first?

  A. Go to the cinema. B. Attend a party. C. Go to the post office.

  3. What do we know about Jim?

  A. He has lost his job. B. He is very lazy. C. He has got a new job.

  4. How many postcards will the two speakers probably buy in total?

  A. Ten. B. Twenty. C. Fourteen.

  5. Why does Jimmy stay up late?

  A. Because his mother wants him to do his homework.

  B. Because he has to finish his homework.

  C. Because he is too tired to sleep at this hour.

  第二节听下面5段对话或独白。每段对话或独白读两遍。

  听下面一段对话,回答第6和第7两个小题。

  6. What will the man most probably do locally?

  A. Have a sightseeing tour. B. Attend a conference. C. Have a business talk.

  7. What do we know about the man's booking?

  A. From the 17thto 20th.

  B. A double room with a private bathroom.

  C. Check-in around 7:30 a.m. Friday.

  听下面一段对话,回答第8至第10三个小题。

  8. What does the man like to do after work?

  A. Play table tennis and golf, and go for a run.

  B. Play tennis and golf, and go fishing.

  C. Play tennis and golf, and go for a run.

  9. How often does the man play golf?

  A. About once a week.B. About once a month.C. About once a year.

  10. What time will the two speakers meet at the clubhouse?

  A. At 1:30. B. At 1:13. C. At 2:30.

  听下面一段对话,回答第11至第14四个小题。

  11. What does Jane think of her trip to the West Coast?

  A. It was wonderful. B. It was terrible. C. It was tiresome.

  12. What's the disadvantage of Los Angeles?

  A. It is noisy and highly polluted.

  B. The weather is hot and humid.

  C. There is no subway and the bus service is bad.

  13. What's the weather like in San Francisco?

  A. Warm and nice. B. Cool but comfortable. C. A little cold.

  14. Why is it easy to go around in San Francisco?

  A. Because of the small size and good transportation.

  B. Because of the extensive subways.

  C. Because of the small population.

  听下面一段对话,回答第15至第17三个小题。

  15. How many credits should the man get for a master degree in education?

  A. 15. B. 30. C. 45.[:]

  16. Why does the man want a lighter program at the beginning?

  A. Because he doesn't want to fail any classes.

  B. Because he wants to have time for social experience.

  C. Because he doesn't need to take more courses.

  17. What do we know about the man?

  A. He has got a Bachelor of Science.

  B. He can get 3.5 credits for each course.

  C. He has taken English Literature.

  听下面一段对话,回答第18至第20三个小题。

  18. Where can one probably see a spider?

  A. 23,000 feet above sea level.

  B. 2,200 feet below the earth's surface.

  C. On MountQomolangma.

  19. What can we conclude from the talk?

  A. Spiders deserve more respect of us.

  B. Spiders are dying out of the earth.

  C. People should raise spiders to destroy insects.

  20. Why would human life be in danger if there's no spider?

  A. Because spiders catch and eat insects.

  B. Because spiders can protect our environment.

  C. Because spiders can help reduce air pollution.

  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50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。

  A

  Some students from WashingtonAdventistUniversity, near Washington, D.C. have been helping poor children with their schoolwork. But the students did not work with the boys and girls at a traditional school. Every Thursday night, they have been meeting at a laundromat , a place where people go to wash their clothes. At the same time, the students are carrying out a marketing plan they designed for the Laundromat.

  The program began with just five children, but has grown to about 20. Before the program works, the business was so bad that the owner had even considered closing his business, which is why the group came in. They were writing a marketing plan to give people a reason to keep coming to the laundromat. Then one student said, “There’re a lot of children hanging around. Why don’t we add teaching?”

  The project is part of an international program called Enactus. It was started in the United States 40 years ago. The project is now at more than 1,700 colleges in 36 countries. It wants to give students experience before they graduate, so the project works with the community and with businesses.

  Ms. Pichot, the head of the university’s business department, says they invite any business to come in. It’s a free workshop. Her students are working with other businesses in addition to the laundromat. She says the students help business owners increase their profits while gaining experience that they cannot get in school. They volunteer long hours.

  Christine Sumampouw is completing her studies this year. She has spent about 1,000 hours as a volunteer. That is more than any other student in the group. She says she has learned a lot from volunteering.

  21.Why do college students teach poor children at a laundromat?

  A. They work part-time there.

  B. The poor children can’t afford to go to school.[:.]

  C. They want to increase the laundromat’s business.

  D. The poor children don’t have other places to study.

  22.What do we know about Enactus?

  A. It is paid to offer help to businesses in need.

  B. It aims to help students start their own business.

  C. It is created by WashingtonAdventistUniversity.

  D. It is a win-win program both for businesses and students.

  23.What does Christine think of the project?

  A. It’s of great benefit. B. It’s a waste of time.

  C. It takes too much of her time. D. It has a bad effect on her study.

  B

  A supermarket checkout operator was praised for striking a blow for modern manners and a return to the age of politeness after refusing to serve a shopper who was talking on her mobile phone.

  The supermarket manager was forced to apologize to the customer who complained she was told her goods would not be scanned unless she hung up her phone. Jo Clark, 46, said, “I don't know what she was playing at. I couldn’t believe how rude she was. When did she have the right to give me a lecture on checkout manners? I won’t be shopping there again!”

  But users of social media sites and Internet forums(论坛) were very angry that store gave in and the public appeared to be supporting the angry checkout worker. “Perhaps this is a turning point for mobile phone users everywhere. When chatting, keep your eyes on people around you. That includes people trying to serve you, other road users and especially people behind you in the stairs,” said a typical post.

  “It’s time checkout staff fought back against these people constantly chatting on their phones. They can drive anyone crazy. It’s rude and annoying. I often want to grab someone’s phone and throw it as far as I can, even though I am not a checkout girl, just a passer-by,” said another.

  Siobhan Freegard, founder of parenting site www. Netmums.comsaid, “While this checkout operator doesn’t have the authority to order customers to switch off their phones, you can see clearly how frustrated and angry she felt. No matter how busy you are, life is nicer when you and those around you have good manners.”

  24. According to Jo Clark, the checkout operator_____________.

  A. lacked the knowledge of checkout manners

  B. played with a mobile phone while at work

  C. deserved praise for her modern manners

  D. had no right to forbid her from using her mobile phone

  25. The third and fourth paragraphs imply that the public_________.

  A. are used to chatting on their mobile phones

  B. are driven crazy by constant mobile calls

  C. seem to support the checkout operator

  D. ignore the existence of mobile phone users

  26. The attitude of Siobhan Freegard towards the checkout operator was________.

  A. disapproving B. supportive C. neutral D. indifferent

  27. The passage is mainly about _________.

  A. whether we should talk on our phones while being served

  B. why we can talk on mobile phones while shopping

  C. what good manners checkout operators should have

  D. how we can develop good manners for mobile phone users

  C

  Have you ever done something that was really dangerous just because you thought it was safe? Maybe you did a dangerous trick on your bicycle or skateboard because you were wearing a helmet(头盔) and thought you couldn’t get hurt. The psychology(心理)of this sort of behavior is called the Peltzman Effect(佩尔兹曼效应),named after Sam Peltzman, professor of economics at the University of Chicago. Peltzman believes that those moments when people think they are the safest are the times when they act most dangerously.

  Peltzman said that people drove more dangerously when they wore seal belts(安全带).Driving a large four-wheel drive vehicle has a similar effect on drivers' behavior. Because drivers of large vehicles sit up higher and can see better, they feel they can make better judgments when they drive. They are better protected in accidents, so they act more dangerously. This makes driving more hazardousto other drivers.

  The Peltzman Effect isn’t just limited to driving. In l972,the American Food and Drug Administration(FDA)passed a law requiring child safety caps on most medicine bottles. The safety caps were designed to prevent children from accidentally taking the medicine,especially painkillers such as aspirin. Requiring safety caps sounded like a great idea, but there was an unexpected side effect. Because the safety caps are so hard to take off, some people leave them off altogether. Worse, some parents leave the bottles where kids can reach them because they feel that it is safe because of the cap. A study on the Peltzman Effect showed that more than 3,500 children have been harmed by aspirin because of the safety caps.

  The Peltzman Effect describes how we’re likely to take more risks and act more dangerously when we feel safest. What’s more, the effects of these behaviors can be quite different from what we expect.

  28. What is the Peltzman Effect?

  A. People behave less safely when they feel safe.

  B. People feel safest when they are under protection.

  C. Something that seems dangerous turns out to be safe.

  D. People who act dangerously are likely to be together.

  29. What does the underlined word “hazardous”in Paragraph 2 mean?

  A. Interesting. B. Expensive. C. Dangerous. D. Important.

  30. Why do some people leave the safety caps of medicine bottles open?

  A. The caps don’t work at all.

  B. The caps can’t be opened easily.

  C. The bottles are out of the reach of children.

  D. The bottles without caps are less attractive to kids.

  31. What would be the best title for the text?

  A. Unsafe Safety Measures B. Types of Decision Making

  C. People’s Fear of Taking Risks D. Different Behaviors of People in Danger

  D

  About this time every year, I get very nostalgic(怀旧的). Walking through my neighborhood on a fall afternoon reminds me of a time not too long ago when sounds of children filled the air, children playing games on a hill, and throwing leaves around in the street below. I was one of those children, carefree and happy. I live on a street that is only one block long. I have lived on the same street for sixteen years. I love my street. One side has six houses on it, and the other has only two houses, with a small hill in the middle and a huge cottonwood tree on one end. When I think of home, I think of my street. Only I see it as it was before. Unfortunately things change. One day, not long ago, I looked around and saw how different everything has become. Life on my street will never be the same because neighbors are quickly grown old, friends are growing up and leaving, and the city is planning to destroy my precious hill and sell the property to contractors.

  It is hard for me to accept that many of my wonderful neighbors are growing old and won’t be around much longer. I have fond memories of the couple across the street, who sat together on their porch swing almost every evening, the widow next door who yelled at my brother and me for being too loud, and the crazy old man in a black suit who drove an old car. In contrast to those people, the people I see today are very old neighbors who have seen better days. The man in the black suit says he wants to die, and another neighbor just sold his house and moved into a nursing home. The lady who used to yell at us is too tired to bother any more, and the couple across the street rarely go out to their front porch these days. It is difficult to watch these precious people as they near the end of their lives because at once I thought they would live forever.

  The “comings and goings” of the younger generation of my street are now mostly “goings” as friends and peers move on. Once upon a time, my life and the lives of my peers revolved around home. The boundary of our world was the gutter at the end of the street. We got pleasure from playing night games or from a breathtaking ride on a tricycle. Things are different now, as my friends become adults and move on. Children who rode tricycles now drive cars. The kids who once played with me now have new interests and values as they go their separate ways. Some have gone away to college like me, a few got married, two went into the army, and one went to prison. Watching all these people grow up and go away makes me long for the good old days.

  Perhaps the biggest change on my street is the fact that the city is going to turn my precious hill into several lots for now homes. For sixteen years, the view out of my kitchen window has been a view of that hill. The hill was a fundamental part of my childhood life; it was the hub of social activity for the children of my street. We spent hours there building forts, sledding, and playing tag. The view out of my kitchen window now is very different; it is one of tractors and dump trucks tearing up the hill. When the hill goes, the neighborhood will not be the same. It is a piece of my childhood. It is a visual reminder of being a kid. Without the hill, my street will be just another pea in the pod.

  There was a time when my street was my world, and I thought my world would never change. But something happened. People grow up, and people grow old. Places changes, and with the change comes the heartache of knowing I can never go back to the times I loved. In a year or so, I will be gone just like many of my neighbors. I will always look back to my years as a child, but the place I remember will not be the silent street whose peace is interrupted by the sounds of construction. It will be the happy, noisy, somewhat strange, but wonderful street I knew as a child.

  32. The writer finds it hard to accept the fact that _____________.

  A. many of his good neighbors are growing old

  B. the lady next door who used to yell at him and his brother is now a widow

  C. the life of his neighbors has become very boring

  D. the man in his black suit even wanted to end his own life

  33. The biggest change on the writer's street is _____________.

  A. removing the hill to make way for residential development

  B. the building of new homes behind his kitchen window

  C. the fact that there are much fewer people around than in the past

  D. the change in his childhood friends' attitude towards their neighborhood

  34. What does the writer mean by saying “my street will be another pea in the pod”?

  A. his street will be very noisy and dirty

  B. his street will soon be crowded with people

  C. his street will have some new attractions

  D. his street will be no different from any other street

  35. Which could be a good title for the passage?

  A. The Past of My Street will Live Forever

  B. Unforgettable People and Things of My Street

  C. Memory Street Isn’t What It Used to Be

  D. The Big Changes of My Street

  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。

  Annoying Mobile Phone Users

  What really annoys(使……不悦) me most about modern life is the way some people use their mobile phones. 36However, there are some people out there who just don’t care about other people’s feeling when they use a phone. These mobile phone users make life painful for the rest of us. Let’s divide these users into groups.

  The first group are those people who shout on the phone, especially in enclosed places like trains or lifts. 37 It isn’t necessary.

  38Some ringtones are truly unpleasant—a 1oud, electronic version(版本) of Beethoven with a hip hop(嘻哈乐)beat, for example. This is especially annoying in the cinema.

  The third group of people who annoy me are those who have to walk around while they speak.39

  Finally, the worst group are people who take a phone call while you are in a conversation with them. This is extremely rude in my opinion.

  I would like to end with a message to all the above mobile phone users:You think you look cool and important talking on your mobile all the time. 40

  A. But believe me—you don’t!

  B. Next are those with annoying ringtones.

  C. I don’t know why they have to talk so loudly.

  D. This group of people keep talking on the phone.

  E. I have no idea where they get, the noisy ringtones.

  F. They stand in the way just when you want to get past.

  G. The mobile phone is an important part of life for most of us.

  第三部分英语知识运用(共两节,满分 45)

  第一节:完形填空(共20小题;每小题1.5分,满分50分)

  阅读下面短文,掌握其大意,然后41—60各题所给的四个选项(A、B、C和D)中,选出最佳选项,并在答题纸上将该选项标号涂黑。

  I had always wanted to go on a high mountain walk. There are some good long-distance walks in the UK,but there aren’t any really41mountains. Before leaving,I 42 my clothes,equipment(装备), and the weather forecast. I 43read a couple of books and looked at some photos and travel blogs on the Internet. This was fine, but you can't 44them with the real thing!

  A lot of incredible things happened during the 45 . Perhaps the best was the complete 46 from city life. While I was 47,there were no cars, no noise, no rush. The 48was of course very impressive:valleys, mountain lakes, and there were plants and wildlife that you 49 see on TV. And I50so many interesting people along the way, from Europe, Canada, and Japan. When I arrived at my accommodation,I made new 51.They told me where they’d been; I told them where I was going;we exchanged(交换)stories and advice. It was just 52!

  But of course there were 53. There always are. In this case, the weather. High mountains 54that the weather can change very quickly. We even had snowstorms in July! When your clothes get very wet,it isn’t 55 to dry them,so you’re 56 the next day. And climbing mountains is hard on your knees, too. And there’s always the 57 of falling on the paths,where not even a mobile phone can 58 you very much.

  For me,however, the whole walk was a special 59 that I’ll always remember. 60 I did the trip again,there’s just one other thing I would do differently:lots of physical training before the walk!

  41. A. high B. beautiful C. rocky D. distant

  42. A. provided B. required C. needed D. checked

  43. A. also B. just C. soon D. once

  44. A. discuss B. put C. compare D. bring

  45. A. task B. trip C. summer D. planning

  46. A. patience B. treatment C. change D. story

  47. A. riding B. walking C. running D. sleeping

  48. A. sky B. wildlife C. collection D. scenery

  49. A. again B. 1ater C. only D. even

  50. A. met B.1isted C. expected D. recognized

  51. A. visits B. friends C. choices D. preparations

  52. A. amazing B. popular C. tiring D. strange

  53. A. chances B. promises C. disagreements D. problems

  54. A. show B. mean C. seem D. decide

  55. A. useful B. necessary C. easy D. good

  56. A. unlucky B. dangerous C. stupid D. uncomfortable

  57. A. risk B. truth C. fun D. courage

  58. A. control B. prevent C. help D. give

  59. A. training B. experience C. offer D. interest

  60. A. Although B. Unless C. As D. If

  第 II 卷

  第三部分英语知识运用

  第二节语法填空(共10小题,每小题1.5分,共15分)

  阅读下面材料,在空白处填入适当的内容(1个单词)或括号内单词的正确形式。

  注意事项:用0.5 毫米黑色笔迹的签字笔将答案写在相应题序位置,写在原文中的答案无效。

  Most students do an IQ test early in their school career. Even if they never see their results, they feel that their IQ is 61_____________ determines how well they are going to do in life. When they see other 62___________(student) doing better than them, they usually believe that those students have a 63___________ (high) IQ and that there is nothing they can do 64___________(change) facts. However, new research into EQ suggests that success is not 65___________ (simple) the result of a high IQ.

  While your IQ tells you how 66___________ (intelligence) you are, your EQ tells you how well you use your intelligence. Professor Salovery, who 67___________ (invent) the term EQ, gives the following description: At work, it is IQ 68___________ gets you promoted. Supported 69___________ his academic research, Professor Salovery suggests that when predicting someone's future success, their character, 70___________ measured by EQ tests, might actually matter more than their IQ.

  第四部分写作(共两节满分 35)

  第二节短文改错 (共10小题;每小题1分,满分10分)

  下面短文中有10处语言错误。请在有错误的地方增加、删除或修改某个单词。

  增加:在缺调处加一个漏字符号(∧)),并在其下面写上该加的词。

  删除:把多余的词用斜线()划掉。

  修改:在错的词下划一横线,并在该词下面写上修改后的词。

  注意:1每处错误及其修改均仅限一词。

  2.只允许修改10处,多者(从第11处起)不计分。

  I'm a 17-year-old senior student from China. While surfed the Internet, I have found

  that your organization will hold a summer camp in Singapore. With greatly interest, I'd like to

  apply for them. I'm an outgoing girl who like communicating with others. I could speak English

  well. My written English is excellent, either. I wish to join in the activities. For one thing, I'm

  willing to introduce China to other students from all over world; for another, I expect to learn from

  more about other countries. In addition, I'd like to make friend. The chance is so precious as I'm

  really looking forward to your approval.

  第二节:书面表达(满分25分)

  假如你是某市一所重点中学的学生,名叫李华。以前在乡下一所中学就读。最近有同学对你说

  其他同学讨厌你。因此,你向某报编辑写信倾诉你的苦恼。

  你的表现:

  1.学习努力,尽量与同学友好相处。

  2.不讲究吃穿。

  3.上课认真听讲,积极发言,不耻下问。

  4.与人为善,从不伤害别人。

  注意:1.字数:100词左右;可以适当增加细节;

  2.开头已给出,不计入总词数。

  Dear Editor,

  Yours,

  Li Hua

  

  英语参考答案

  第一部分:听力(共两节,满分30分)

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  第二部分:阅读理解(共两节,满分40分)

  21—23 C D A 24—27 DCBA 28—31 ACB A 32—35AADC

  36—40 GCBFA

  第三部分英语知识运用(共两节,满分 45)

  第一节:完形填空(共20小题;每小题1.5分,满分50分)

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  第二节语法填空(共10小题,每小题1.5分,共15分)

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  66. intelligent67. invented 68. that 69. by 70. as

  第四部分写作(共两节满分 35)

  第二节短文改错 (共10小题;每小题1分,满分10分)

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  Dear Editor,

  I’m now studying in a very good school in a city. When I left my old school in the country, I was very happy to come here, but now I don’t think my choice was right.

  I do my best to study hard. I listen attentively in class, speak out my opinions and ask my teachers whenever I have questions. I don’t care about food and clothes. I try to be friendly to my fellow students and I don’t believe I’ve done anything to hurt them. But one of my friends has told me that some of my classmates hate me and others don’t like me. Hearing that, I was sad and couldn’t concentrate on my studies any more.

  What should I do? I’m looking forward to your advice.

  Yours,

  Li Hua

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