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湘阴一中 2015 届高三第二次周考 英语试卷
时量:45 分钟 命题:易蓉 总分:65 分 审题:瞿舸

一. 单项选择(15’) 21. I know a little bit about Italy as my wife and I there several years ago. A. are going B. had been ? C. w

ent D. have been 22.—How can I apply for an online course?? —Just fill out this form and we what we can do for you.? A. see B. are seeing ? C. have seen D. will see 23. They became friends again that day. Until then,they to each other for nearly two years. A. didn’t speak B. hadn’t spoken C. haven’t spoken D. haven’t been speaking 24.—I have got a headache.? —No wonder. You in front of that computer too long.? A. work B. are working ? C. have been working D. worked 25.Cathy is taking notes of the grammatical rules in class at Sunshine School , where she _____English for a year.? A. studies B. studied ? C. is studying D. has been studying 26. I______there little more than a week when I set to work with the scientist.? A. would be B. have been ? C. had been D. will be 27. Danny______hard for long to realize his dream and now he is popular.? A. works B. is working ? C. has worked D. worked 28. The house belongs to my aunt but she_____here any more.? A. hasn’t lived ? B. didn’t live ? C. hadn’t lived ? D. doesn’t live 29. Don't try to call John at 11:30 tomorrow morning because he class at that time. A. is going to attend B. will attend C. is to attend D. will be attending 30. My friend,who____on the International Olympic Committee all his life,is retiring next month. A. served B. is serving ? C. had served D. has served 31. I won’t tell the student the answer to the math problem until he____on it for more than an hour. A. has been working ? B. will have worked ? C. will have been working ? D. had worked 32. I_____in London for many years,but I’ve never regretted my final decision to move back to China. A. lived B. was living ? C. have lived D. had lived 33.Although the causes of cancer_____,we do not yet have any practical way to prevent it.? A. are being uncovered B. have been uncovering ? C. are uncovering ? D. have uncovered 34.—Has your father returned from Africa yet?? —Yes, but he_____here for only three days before his company sent him to Australia.? A. was B. has been C. will be D. would be 35. This machine_____.It hasn’t worked for years.? A.didn’t work B.wasn’t working ? C.doesn’t work D.isn’t working 完形填空一(18’) We often think of forgiveness as something that someone who has done us wrong must ask of

us. There’s always another way to look at it. My thoughts on forgiveness suggest you 36. ____ offering forgiveness to the person who has wronged you. Not forgiving them is like taking the poison (continuing to suffer from what they did or didn’t do to you) and 37.___ them to die! Alexander Pope once said, “To err is human; to forgive, divine.” 38.___ it! Forgiveness is a gift you give to yourself. It isn’t something you do for someone else. It isn’t 39.____. It’s simple. Simply identify the situation to be forgiven and ask yourself: “Am I willing to waste my energy 40. ____ on this matter? ” if the answer is “No”, then that’s it! All is 41.____. Forgiveness is an act of the 42. ____. It dares you to imagine a better future, one based on the blessed possibility that your hurt won’t be the final word on the matter. It challenges you to 43. ___ your destructive thoughts about the situation and to believe in the possibility of a better future. It builds confidence that you can survive the 44.____ and grow from it. Telling someone is a bonus! It isn’t 45. ____ for forgiveness to begin the process that heals the hurt. Forgiveness has little or nothing to do with another person 46. ____ forgiveness is a matter for yourself. Choice is always 47. ____ in forgiveness. You don’t have to forgive and there is consequences. Refusing to forgive by holding on to the anger, resentment and a sense of betrayal can make your own life miserable. There is nothing so bad that cannot be forgiven. Nothing! 36. A. focus on B. depend on C. go on D. insist on 37. A. forbidding B. allowing C. helping D. expecting 38. A. Forget B. Make C. Remind D. Believe 39. A. beneficial B. practical C. cruel D. complex 40. A. further B. quickly C. instead D. later 41. A. finished B. limited C. forgiven D. discourage 42. A. delay B. journey C. imagination D. adventure 43. A. give out B. give up C. give back D. give away 44. A. pain B. attack C. love D. war 45. A. immoral B. difficult C. necessary D. rapid 46. A. once B. because C. unless D. though 47. A. rich B. present C. vacant D. temporary 完形填空二(12 ’) As a local wedding planner, I have some advice for couples 48.________are planning a wedding. Well, when couples are planning their weddings, they often get very focused on making things perfect. They want to have the perfect dress, the perfect cake, the perfect band, and so on. My advice is to stop focusing on those. Your wedding day is 49.________ celebration of love. The dress 50._______ cake are not the important things. As we know, the average wedding in this country costs over twenty thousand dollars. Here are some tips for people who want to save money. Fist, have your wedding at a 51. _______ popular time. May through October are the most popular months to have weddings because 52. _______ the weather. 53. _______ an indoor wedding in November or February can be just as lovely. Prices will be much cheaper during these times. 54. ________ tip is to make your guest list smaller. 55.________is impossible to have an inexpensive wedding if you invite hundreds of people. My last piece of advice is to be flexible about your flowers. Look for ones that are less expensive. Remember, the most important thing is to celebrate your love.

阅读理解(10 ’) Eleven-year-old Cammy Holmes was walking along the shores of Washington, D.C.’s Anacostia River with her elder sister and a friend. Wearing gloves to protect their hands, they filled garbage bags with everything from fishing line and dirty plastic bottles to old grocery bags. The girls and about 150 others were volunteering in the International Coastal Cleanup, an annual event that raises awareness of the importance of keeping the world’s waterways and oceans clean. The cleanup was sponsored by an organization called the Ocean Conservancy that works to protect ocean animals and their homes. Unfortunately, a lot of trash never makes it into a trash can. It blows in the wind, and travels down streams and rivers to the sea. Trash isn’t just ugly — it can be dangerous for creatures that live in the water. Every year, plastic trash like old fishing gear, shopping bags, and food wrappers kills one million sea birds and 100,000 sea mammals and sea turtles. Sometimes these animals get tangled (绞在一起) up in garbage and die. Sometimes they eat trash that chokes or poisons them. Sea turtles, for example, mistake plastic bags for the jellyfish they love to eat. At the Anacostia River, Cammy helped the volunteers pick up 2,380 pounds of trash in just a few hours along three miles of shoreline. “When you hear about a coastal cleanup all you think is that you have to pick up trash,” says Cammy. “But then you get there and find out it is actually fun! I like meeting all the other people and helping out the environment.” This one-day event tells us something to keep in mind the other 364 days of the year: that we are all connected to the ocean, and that you can help keep the ocean clean by putting trash in the right place. In the past 21 years, volunteers with the International Coastal Cleanup have cleared millions of pounds of litter from 211,460 miles of coastline worldwide. That distance is the equivalent(等同物) of going around the Earth eight times! In 2006, 358,617 volunteers cleaned 34,560 miles of shoreline, collecting 7 million tons of trash! In the 2007 cleanup, nearly half a million people in 70 countries joined. 61. The International Coastal Cleanup is _______. A. a sponsor organization that helps coastal cleanup B. an organization that works to clean up the ocean C. a coastal cleanup event held every year D. a large voluntary group engaged in cleaning up the ocean 62. What can be inferred from this passage? A. Some people left fishing lines on the shore after fishing. B. There were lots of groceries along the shore. C. Trash traveled down streams and rivers into a trash can. D. The wind was the cause of the sea trash. 63. How does the writer find the voluntary work? A. It is a great success in saving sea creature B. It is fun for people to get together on the shore C. It reminds people of the danger of coastal trash D. It is a job to put trash in the right place 64. It can be seen from the passage that _______. A. there are 150 participants in the International Coastal Cleanup B. the trash may choke or poison creatures like sea turtles C. the volunteers work on the shore for a whole year. D. the trash the volunteers collect can go around the Earth eight times

65. What does the passage mainly talk about? A. People’s love for the ocean. B. The sea pollution caused by trash. C. People’s effort to protect the coastal environment. D. The duty of the International Coastal Cleanup. 阅读简答(10 ’) Marti Sementelli has been a baseball player since preschool, throwing plastic balls and swinging a tiny wood bat from the time she was 3 years old. She was a solid player at every youth level, and sometimes a star. In 2007, Nike even featured the young Californian in a TV commercial. Despite her experience, Sementelli, now 16, had a hard time finding a high school that would allow her to try out for the boys’ baseball team. Two parochial schools (教会学校) near her family’s home in North Hollywood said no, and several public schools were lukewarm (冷淡的) to the idea. Finally, she found Burbank High School, where she’s now a sophomore and a member of the JV baseball team. Sementelli’s story is not unique. Across the country, girls devoted to baseball--and with as many seasons of youth ball under their belts as their male teammates--are finding it isn’t easy to stay in the sport when they reach high school. Biology does play a role in the situation: Boys, especially older ones, often have an edge over girls in size and strength, allowing them to throw harder and swing with greater force. But girls say that the toughest battles are not about capabilities, but against the traditional attitude that baseball is for boys. “Most people just are incapable of seeing beyond what’s easy,” says Jennifer Ring, the author of Stolen Bases: Why American Girls Don’t Play Baseball, and a professor at the University of Nevada-Reno. “It is much neater if we say boys play baseball and girls play other sports.” In at least one state, Massachusetts, girls are barred from trying out for boys’ baseball in high schools that also offer softball. Nebraska dropped its ban last year, and in January, Indiana removed its ban after being sued (控告) by the parents of Logan Young, a 15-year-old aspiring catcher and freshman at Bloomington South High School. 81. When did Sementelli begin to play baseball? (no more than 6 words) _______________________________________________________________________________ 82. Where did Sementelli stay in a baseball team? (no more than 6 words)

83. What does the author think about girls’ capabilities in baseball? (no more than 10 words)

84. In which states are girls allowed to play baseball? (no more than 4 words) _______________________________________________________________________________

湘阴一中 2015 届高三第二次周考

英语试卷
时量:45 分钟 命题:易蓉 总分:65 分 审题:瞿舸

单项选择:(15’)

姓名:_________ 得分:_________

题序 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 答案

完形填空 一:(18’) 题序 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 43 44 45 46 47 答案

完形填空 二:(12’) 48. ________ 52. ________ 阅读理解:(10’) 61---65:___________________ 阅读简答 49. ________ 53. ________ 50. ________ 54. ________ 51. ________ 55. ________

81.________________________________________________________ 82.________________________________________________________ 83.________________________________________________________ 84.________________________________________________________

湘阴一中 2015 届高三第二次周考

英语试卷
时量:45 分钟 命题:易蓉 总分:65 分 审题:瞿舸

姓名:_________ 得分:_________

单项选择:(15’)

题序 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 答案 C D B C D C C D D D A A A A C

完形填空 一:(18’) 题序 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 43 44 45 46 47 答案 A D D D A C C B A C B B

完形填空 二:(12’) 48. who/that 52. of 阅读理解:(10’) 61---65: CACBC 阅读简答 81. When she was three. 82. In Burbank high school. 83. They are not as strong and powerful as boys. 84. Nebraska and Indiana. 49. a 53.But 50. and 54. Another 51. less 55. It


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