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第一部分 听力部分(包括 20 小题,每小题 1 分,共 20 分) 第一节(共 5 小题;每小题 1 分,满分 5 分) 听下面 5 段对话。每段对话后有一个小题,从每题所给的 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. What is the woman not satisfied with? A. The design. B. The color. C. The price.





2. What is the man’s most favorite activity? A. Watching TV. 3. Where will the woman go first? A. To the accounting office. B. To the shipping department. C. To a Thai restaurant. B. Reading a book. C. Listening to music.



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4. What’s the weather probably like today? A. Rainy. B. Cloudy. C. Fine.

5. Why does the man come to the woman? A. To take a picture of her. B. To ask for a new ID card.



C. To get a social security number.



第二节(共 15 小题;每小题 1 分,满分 15 分) 听下面 5 段对话或独白。每段对话或独白后有几个小题,从每题所给的 A、B、C 三个选项中选出最佳选项,并标在试卷的相应位置。听每段对话或独白前,你将有时间 阅读各个小题,每小题 5 秒钟;听完后,各小题将给出 5 秒钟的作答时间。每段对话或 独白读两遍。



听第 6 段材料,回答第 6 至 7 题。 6. What is the date this Friday? A. July 9th. B. July 10th. C. July 11th.

7. What does the man find surprising? A. His friends are coming. B. Anna often throws parties. C. The woman is leaving America.

听第 7 段材料,回答第 8 至 9 题。 8. Where did the woman buy the prints? A. In Boston. B. In New York. C. In Washington.

9. What is the woman going to do? A. Make another museum tour. B. Organize an exhibition of art. C. Visit some European painters.

听第 8 段材料,回答第 10 至 12 题。 10. Why has the man been invited to the program? A. To advertise his driving school. B. To talk about learning to drive. C. To share his driving experience. 11. How does the man usually get his customers? A. Through friends. B. Through newspapers. C. Through the Internet.

12. Why does the man have so many customers now? A. He works very hard. B. He teaches one-to-one. C. He offers lower prices.

听第 9 段材料,回答第 13 至 16 题。 13. What is no longer part of the course? A. Weekly tests. B. Monthly reports. C. The midterm exam.

14. What does the woman say about the term paper? A. It is mainly about magazines. B. It is ten pages long at the most. C. It can focus on any period in history.

15. What should be discussed with the woman in advance? A. Certain paper topics. B. Where to do the research.

C. Using interviews as sources. 16. Which month is it probably? A. September. B. October. C. December.

听第 10 段材料,回答第 17 至 20 题。 17. What will the temperature be at the bottom of the Grand Canyon four hours later? A. 26° C. B. 41° C. C. 43° C.

18. What is the most important thing to bring when hiking? A. Some medicine. B. Enough water. C. Comfortable clothes.

19. What is the most common cause of death in the Grand Canyon? A. Heat exhaustion. B. Falling into it. C. Getting bitten by snakes.

20. How many persons will go hiking together? A. Three. B. Four C. Five.

第二部分、阅读 一、阅读理解:共 15 个小题,每小题 2 分,共计 30 分 A How to Be a Winner Sir Steven Redgrave Winner of 5 Olympic Gold Medals “In 1997 I was found to have developed diabetes(糖尿病) . Believing my career was over, I felt extremely low. Then one of the specialists said there was no reason why I should stop training and competing. That was it—the encouragement I needed. I could still be a winner if I believe in myself. I am not saying that it isn’t difficult sometimes. But I wanted to prove to myself that I wasn’t finished yet. Nothing is to stand in my way.”

Karen Pickering Swimming World Champion “I swim 4 hours a day, 6 days a week. I manage that sort of workload by putting it on top of my diary. This is the key to success—you can’t follow a career in any field without being well-organized. List what you believe you can achieve. Trust yourself, write down your goals for the day, however small they are, and you’ll be a step closer to achieving them.” Kirsten Best Poet & Writer “When things are getting hard, a voice inside my head tells me that I can’t achieve something. Then, there are other distractions, such as family or hobbies. The key is to concentrate. When I feel tense, it helps a lot to repeat words such as ‘calm’, ‘peace’ or ‘focus’, either out loud or silently in my mind. It makes me feel more in control and increases my confidence. This is a habit that can become second nature quite easily and is a powerful psychological tool.” 21. What does Sir Steven Redgrave mainly talk about? A. Difficulties influenced his career. C. Training helped him defeat his disease. B. Specialists offered him medical advice. D. He overcame the shadow of illness to win.

22. What does Karen Pickering put on top of her diary? A. Her achievements C. Her training schedule B. Her daily happenings D. Her sports career

23. What does the underlined word “distractions” probably refer to? A. Ways that help one to focus. C. Words that help one to feel less tense. B. Activities that turn one’s attention away. D. Habits that make it hard for one to relax.

24. According to the passage, what do the three people have in common? A. Hard work. B. Devotion B Eleven-year-old Evan Green doesn’t want to save just one tree-he wants to save a whole rainforest! In the Redwood City, Calif., a boy started a group called the Red Dragon Conservation Team four years ago to do just that. So far, the team’s members have raised $4,500. That’s enough to purchase and protect more than 16 acres of rainforest in Costa Rica through the Center for C. Courage D. Self-confidence

Ecosystem survival. Every year, thousands of square miles of rainforest are destroyed worldwide. Logging and farming are mostly likely to blame, scientists say. The loss is terrible news for animals and people. Even though rainforests cover less than 2 percent of the earth, they are home to half the world’s plants and animals. Rainforests also provide water and help control the earth’s climate. Evan’s work to save the rainforests recently earned him a Barron prize for Young Heroes. The prizes are given to children or teenagers who have made a positive difference in the world. Evan’s goal is “to save enough rainforests to last forever”. He won’t have to do it alone. His actions have already inspired other kids to chip in. One girl asked for donations instead of presents on her birthday. She raised $850. Other kids are starting their own conservation teams. Evan says everyone can help the planet-even by taking small steps such as recycling. He and his family try to make a difference every day. “We recycle, we try to limit our garbage? we’ve been walking a little more, and we buy local food,” Evan said. 25. Evan started the group _______. A. to help the poor C. to win the Barron prize B. to make himself well-known D. to save the rainforest

26. How much does it cost to buy and protect an acre of rainforest in Costa Rica? A. About $4,500. B. About $850. C. About $1,000. D. About $280.

27. What Evan said in the last paragraph suggests that _________. A. actions speak louder than words B. we can all do something to protect the earth C. we should learn to recycle from now on D. a good beginning makes a good ending 28. What would be the best title for the passage? A. Evan Green-a famous teenager B. The Red Dragon Conservation Team C. Boy gathers support for rainforests D. Rainforests are being destroyed C Determined to make school more related to the workplace, Roosevelt High School in

Portland, Oregon, developed a school-to-work program. In their first year, students are offered some job pathways in natural resources, human services, health care, business, arts and communication. The following year, each student chooses one of the pathways and examines it in depth, spending three hours a week watching someone on the job. Such a program is also in practice in some other states. The school-to-work program is built around a partnership. For example, Eastman Kodak, a major employer in Colorado, introduces students to business by helping them construct a model city using small pieces of wood. “The children use the models to decide on the best place to set up schools,” says Lucille Mantelli, director for Eastman Kodak in Colorado. Kodak introduces math by teaching fifth graders to use their pocket money properly. They also provide one-on-one job watching experiences and offer chances of practice for high school juniors and seniors. “Students come to the workplace two or three hours a week,” explains Mantelli. “They do the job for us. We pay them and they get school credits (学分). We also give them our views on their performance and developmental opportunities.” In these partnerships, everybody wins. The students tend to take more difficult courses than students in schools that don’t offer such programs. Business benefits by having a better prepared workforce needed in future years. “It’s a way for us to work with the school systems to develop the type of workforce we’ ll need in future years,” Mantelli continued. “We need employees who understand the basics of reading and writing. We need them to be good at math and to be comfortable working on a team.” “Our theory is that they can learn as much outside the classroom as in. All students have the ability to change the world, not just to live in it. To do that, they have to know how to solve problems and use critical thinking skills. We need to encourage them to dream about jobs that go beyond what they see today,” concludes a school-to-work program organizer. 29. Using the example of Eastman Kodak in Colorado, the writer shows us ____. A. what role the business plays in the program B. why the students get paid for their jobs C. where the students have their math class D. what the school decides to do 30. The main purpose of the school-to-work program is to _____.

A. make what students learn in school related to the workplace B. introduce new job opportunities to schools C. improve relations between students and teachers D. offer students more difficult courses 31. According to the text, Lucille Mantelli is ____. A. a math teacher B. a company manager C. a school designer D. a program organizer D If humans were truly at home under the light of the moon and stars,we would go in darkness happily,the midnight world as visible to us as it is to the vast number of nocturnal(夜间活动的) species on this planet. Instead, we are diurnal(白天的) creatures, with eyes adapted to living in the sun’s light. This is a basic evolutionary fact, even though most of us don’t think of ourselves as diurnal beings. Yet it’ s the only way to explain what we’ ve done to the night: We’ ve engineered it to receive us by filling it with light. The benefits of this kind of engineering come with consequences 一 called light pollution 一 whose effects scientists are only now beginning to study. Light pollution is largely the result of bad lighting design,which allows artificial light to shine outward and upward into the sky. III-designed lighting washes out the darkness of night and completely changes the light levels 一 and light rhythms — to which many forms of life, including, ourselves, have adapted.

Wherever human light spills into the natural world, some aspect or life is affected . In most cities the sky looks as though it has been emptied of stars, leaving behind a vacant haze(霾) that mirrors our fear of the dark. We’ve grown so used to this orange haze that the original glory of an unlit night, - dark enough for the planet Venus to throw shadow on Earth, is wholly beyond our experience, beyond memory almost. We’ve lit up the night as if it were an unoccupied country, when nothing could be further form the truth. Among mammals alone, the number of nocturnal species is astonishing, Light is a powerful biological force, and on many species it acts as a magnet(磁铁). The effect is so powerful that scientists speak of songbirds and seabirds being “captured” by searchlights on land

or by the light from gas flares on marine oil platforms. Migrating at night, birds tend to collide with brightly lit tall buildings. Frogs living near brightly lit highways suffer nocturnal light levels that are as much as a million times righter than normal, throwing nearly every aspect of their behavior out of joint including most other creatures ,we do need darkness .Darkness is as essential to our biological welfare, to our internal clockwork, as light itself. Living in a glare of our making,we have cut ourselves off from our evolutionary and cultural heritage—the light of the stars and the rhythms of day and night .In a very real sense light pollution causes us to lose sight of our true place in the universe, to forget the scale of our being, which is best measured against the dimensions of a deep night with the Milky Way—the edge of our galaxy arching overhead. 32. According to the passage, human being A. prefer to live in the darkness B. are used to living in the day light C. were curious about the midnight world D. had to stay at home with the light of the moon 33. What does “it”(Paragraph 1) most probably refer to? A. The night. B. The moon C. The sky . D. The planet .

34. The writer mentions birds and frogs to A. provide examples of animal protection B. show how light pollution affects animals C. compare the living habits of both species

D. explain why the number of certain species has declined 35. It is implied in the last paragraph that A. light pollution dose harm to the eyesight of animals B. light pollution has destroyed some of the world heritages C. human beings cannot go to the outer space D. human beings should reflect on their position in the universe 二、七选五(共 5 小题;每小题 2 分,满分 10 分) E

Each year there is an increasing number of cars on roads and streets as millions of new cars and trucks are produced. One out of every six Americans works at putting together the parts of cars, driving trucks, building roads or filling cars and trucks with gas. 36 Most Americans would find it hard to imagine what life would look like without cars. The polluted air becomes poisonous and dangerous to health. 38 . That’s what several of the large car factories have been trying to do. But to build a clean car is easier said than done. Progress in this field has been slow. Another way is to take the place of the car engine by something else. that it will take years to develop a practical model that pleases man. To prevent the world from being polluted by cars, we’ll have to make some changes in the way many of us live. Americans, for example, have to cut down on the number of their total cars. They are encouraged to travel and go to work by bicycle. Bicycling is thought to help the air clean. But this change does not come easily. A large number of workers may find themselves without jobs if a car factory closes down. 40 . 39 . Many makers believe 37 .

Although cars have led us to a better life, they have also brought us new problems.

A.Inventors are now working on steam cars as well as electric cars B. Americans know cars very well. C. However, some have realized the serious problems of the air pollution that is caused by cars. D. One way to get rid of the polluted air is to build a car that does not pollute. E. However, the number of vehicles has continued to increase in recent years. F. Americans won’t live without cars! G. Thus the problem of air pollution would become less important than that of unemployment.. 第三部分、词汇 一、完形填空(共 20 小题;每小题 1.5 分,满分 30 分) As I held my father’s hands one night, I couldn’t help but notice their calluses(老茧)and roughness. His hands tell the story of his life as a 41 , including all his struggles. 42 desert. On 43 from

One summer, I remember, a drought (旱灾)hit Ontario, turning it into a

one of those hot mornings I was picking sweet corn with my dad to fill the last the grocery store. Fifty dozen was all we needed, which 44

took twenty minutes. That

morning, however, the process didn’t 45 in the field, we 46

quickly. After forty minutes of aimlessly walking 47 .

needed twenty dozen. I was completely frustrated and

Dropping the basket heavily, I declared, “If the store wants its last twenty dozen, they can pick it themselves! ”Dad we’re 51 49 48 .“Just think, my little girl, only ten dozen left for each of us and then 50 , he never gives up.

.” Such is Dad----whatever problem he

, the disastrous effects of the drought were felt all over our county. It was a challenging 52 Dad remained optimistic. He 53 to be grateful for other 54 Dad and

time for everyone,

things like good health and food on our plated. Only then did I truly begin to his faith that guided us through the hard times. Dad is also a living example of real hours to 56 55

. From dawn to dusk, he works countless 57 his own, and never

our family. He always puts our happiness 58

fails to cheer me on at my sports games

his exhaustion after long days. His loving

and selfless nature has inspired me to become more sympathetic and ___59____,putting others first. Dad,the life 60 I have learned from you will stay with me forever. You are my

father, teacher, friend and, most importantly, my hero. 41.A. teacher 42.A. burning 43.A.position 44.A. repeatedly 45.A. begin 46.A. yet 47.A. surprised 48.A. apologized 49.A. lost 50.A.thinks about 51.A. Thankfully 52.A. or 53.A. happened B. farmer B. lively B.form B. finally B. go B. even B. angry B.laughed B. gone B. brings up B.Unfortunately B. but B. seemed C.gardener C. disappearing C. gap C. normally C. occur C. still C. nervous C. complained C. done C. works out C. Hopefully C. so C.aimed D. grocer D. stormy D. order D. really D. change D. nearly D. frightened D. cried D. touched D. meets with D. Strangely D. for D.continued

54.A. appreciate 55.A. pride 56.A. start 57.A. after 58.A. in control of 59.A. careful 60.A. history 二、语法填空

B. face B. love B. settle B. beside B. in terms of B. considerate B. motto 每小题 1.5 分 共 15 分

C. examine C. friendship C. support C. before C. in spite of C. regretful C. lessons

D. question D. honesty D. impress D. under D. in place of D. humorous D. Patterns

Enough sleep is important to health. The amount of sleep ___61___(need) depends on the age of the person and the conditions in ___62___ sleep takes place. The young may need more sleep than ___63__ old, but usually eight hours are enough for the health of grown-ups. Some can do with __64___ than this amount,____65___ others may need more. Every person knows his own need. __66___ is then a matter of good judgment to satisfy his need. Sleep should always be enough to make one bring back his ___67___ (strong) and get ready for a day’s work. Fresh air is necessary to sound sleep. So it is not ___68___ reason for some people to think that it is practicable to sleep in the open air. A bath at bedtime, ____69____ hot nor cool but of body temperature, may be helpful to sleep. Sleep-producing drug should never be taken except when ___70___ (suggest) by a doctor.

三、单词拼写:根据汉语提示写出单词或短语的正确形式(71-85 题为单词,86-90 题为短 语) (共 20 个小题,每小题 0.5 分,共计 10 分) 71. 探索 v. e___________ 73. 禁止 adj. f________________ 75. 爆炸,爆炸声 n. e__________________ 77. 包括 v. i______________ 79. 身体的 adj. p_________________ 81. 聪颖的, 才华横溢的 adj.b _______________ 83. 无疑地,确定地 adv. d________________ 85. 不见,消亡 vi. d______________ 72. 名誉,名声 n. r________________ 74. 同事 n. c________________ 76.目的地,终点 n. d_________________ 78. 恐慌,(使)惊慌失措 vt. p_____________ 80. 原来的,最初的 adj. o_______________ 82. 袭击,攻击 vt. a______________ 84. 绝种的,消亡的 adj. e______________ 86. 偶然地 _____ _____

87.由于...的结果 _____ _____ _____ _____ 89.谈正题,开门见山 ___ ___ ___ ____ _____

88. 远处的 _____ _____ _____ 90. 在建设中 _____ _____

第三部分:写作(共三节,满分 35 分) 一、 (共 10 小题;每小题 1 分,满分 10 分) 假定英语课上老师要求同桌之间交换修改作文,请你修改你同桌写的以下作文。文中共有 10 处语言错误,每句中最多有两处。错误涉及一个单词的增加、删除或修改。 增加:在缺词处加一个漏字符号(∧) ,并在其下面写出该加的词。 删除:把多余的词用斜线(/)划掉。 修改:在错的词下划一横线,并在该词下面写出修改后的词。 注意:1.每处错误及修改均仅限一词;2.只允许修改 10 处,多者(从第 11 处起)不计分。 As a senior three student, it won’t take long after I graduate. Now, I have many to share with my fellow students. Firstly, I’d like to show my appreciation to those who stand by me all the way, teachers, parents and friends including. Without their help or advice, my life will be different. Secondly, it’s high time for I to say sorry to the classmates whom I hurt or misunderstood. I firm believe that communication and smiles act as bridges to friendship. Thirdly, I’ve made my mind to make every effort to study, for hard work is the key to a success. Finally I want to express my hope that all the younger fellow can make full use of time, because time and tide waiting for no man.

二、 书面表达(满分 25 分) 为了提高同学们的环境保护意识,你校决定举办一场环保知识讲座,并观看相关录像。假设 你是校学生会主席,请你以学生会名义用英语写一则书面通知 时间:2015 年 12 月 5 日,星期六,下午 14:00 地点:学校体育馆 内容:观看相关破坏环境的录像,学习有关环境保护的知识。 演讲人:校长李华 要求:全体学生按时参加;认真听讲,记好笔记;讲座后进行讨论。 注意: 1.内容完整,不要逐字翻译以上提示;

2.词数 100 左右。 参考词汇:体育馆 stadium NOTICE In order to help us improve our awareness of environmental protection ,

Students' Union December 2,2015

2015-2016 高三英语 12 月月考答案 一.听力 1-5 BBACB 6-10 ACBAB 11-15 ACABC B) DDBC C) AAB 16-20 ACBBC

二.阅读理解 A) DCBD 三. 七选五

D) BABD

35-40 FCDAG 46-50 CBBCD 62 which 67 strength 63 the 68 without 51-55 BBDAB 64 less 56-60 CCCBC 65 but

四.完形填空 41-45 BADCB 五.语法填空 61 needed 66 It 六.单词拼写 71. optimistic 72. Reputation

69 neither 70 suggested

73. forbid

74. colleague75. explosion 80. original

76. Destination 77. involve

78. Panic 79. physical

81. brilliant

82. attack83. definitely

84. Extinct 85. disappear 86. by accident

87. As a result of 88. in the distance89. come straight to the point 90. Under construction 七.改错 1.after ----- before 5. I----me 9. fellow----fellows 2. many ----much 6. firm----firmly 10. waiting----wait 3.including----included 7. make up my mind 4.will----would 8. 去掉 a

八.参考范文 NOTICE In order to help us improve our awareness of environmental protection , a lecture will be held in the stadium of our school at 2:00 pm on December 5 ,2015,Saturday. Before the lecture, there will be a video about the damage caused by humans which can definitely make us think deeply. Then our headmaster, Li Hua will give the lecture which is mainly about the knowledge of protecting our environment, including our responsibility of protecting environment and how to do in our daily life to make a difference to our city. Everybody is required to be present on time. Please listen attentively and take notes. After the lecture,we'll have a discussion in groups.

Students' Union December 2,2015


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