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河北省武邑中学2016届高三上学期周测6英语试题


2015-2016 高三一轮

Time:2015-10-18
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第一部分 听力(共两节,满分 30 分) 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. What does the woman like collecting best? A. Stamps. B. Coins. C. Train tickets. 2. Which country found lovely music is good for people’s hearts? A. America. B. Australia. C. Russia. 3. What is the woman eager to buy? A. Ice creams. B. Candy. C. Drinks. 4. Where are the two speakers? A. In the bank. B. In the classroom. C. In the supermarket. 5. What prevented the woman calling the man yesterday? A. She lost her cellphone. B. Her cellphone was power off. C. Her teacher took her cellphone away. 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、7 题。 6. What is the woman looking for? A. A casual dress. B. A business suit. C. An evening dress. 7. What will the woman do next? A. Try on the clothes. B. Bargain with the man. C. Pay for the clothes in cash. 听第 7 段材料,回答第 8、9 题。 8. How old is the woman's grandfather? A. 78. B. 79. C. 80. 9. What did the woman's grandfather do last winter? A. He went in the hospital. B. He went on a cycling holiday. C. He attended a skiing contest. 听第 8 段材料,回答第 10 至 12 题。 10. What are the speakers arguing about? A. Who to blame. B. Which way to go. C. What transport to take. 11. Why did the policeman stop the speakers? A. They took the wrong shortcut. B. They drove beyond the speed limit.

C. They went through the red light. 12. What was the initial reason for what happened to the speakers? A. The woman didn’t prefer to travel by train. B. The man failed to ask the way. C. The man forgot to book tickets earlier. 听第 9 段材料,回答第 13 至 16 题。 13. What is the basic purpose of the IQ tests? A. To test who is brighter. B. To test language and numerical ability. C. To judge an individual talents. 14. What makes so many unhappy parents in the world? A. Their children being stupid. B. Their children’s failing in the exams. C. Their children’s abilities not being developed. 15. Why do some children do badly in school exams? A. They are not good with words and numbers. B. They do not study hard enough. C. They are looked down upon by others in school. 16. How can a person be happy? A. Putting your skills to good use. B. Having a higher IQ. C. Doing well in the exams. 听第 10 段材料,回答第 17 至 20 题。 17. What is the conductor like? A. Anxious. B. Absent-minded. C. Kind-hearted. 18. What should Mr. Mora do in Princeton? A. Give a lecture. B. Meet an old friend. C. Visit a university. 19. Why must Mr. Mora find the ticket? A. He might be fined. B. He forgot the destination. C. He wrote something important on it. 20. What kind of person is Mr. Mora? A. Forgetful. B. Careful. C. Bad-tempered. 第二部分 阅读理解(共两节,满分 40 分) A A boy was nervous on his first day of school. He climbed onto a third-floor balcony (阳台) and put legs over the side. His mother and teachers tried their best to bring him down, but failed. However, a firefighter(消防员)who dressed as “Spiderman”(蜘蛛侠)succeeded in saving him. Firefighter David Smith was called in after the 7-year-old’s teachers and mother had failed to get him down from the balcony. “He was asking for his mother. ” Smith said. “He was crying, and wouldn’t let any of us get near him. ” After hearing a conversation between the boy’s mother and his teachers about his love of superheroes(超级英雄) ,Smith hurried home to get his Spiderman clothes. “I told him Spiderman is here to save you. No one will hurt you now”, Smith said. “Then I

told him to walk slowly toward me. I was really nervous that he might fall if he got too excited and started running. ” Then the crying boy broke into a smile and walked into the firefighter’s arms. The fictional(虚构的)superhero was created by writer Stan Lee in the early 1960s. It has recently become popular again through a series of movies made about Spiderman. In them he is acted by superstar Tobey Maguire, who acted with Kirsten Dunst and James Franco. 21. Which would be the best title for this passage? A. Spiderman Is Back B. Firefighter Dresses as Spiderman to Save a Boy C. Spiderman Is Brave D. A Boy Shows His Love of Spiderman 22. Which of the following is the correct order? a. The firefighter dressed as Spiderman. b. The mother talked with the boy’s teachers. c. The boy didn’t let anyone get near him. d. The boy smiled at the firefighter. A. c,b,a,d B. c,b,d,a C. b,c,a,d D. b,a,c,d 23. How did the firefighter succeed in rescuing(营救)the boy? A. By showing he had the same interest as the boy. B. By bringing the boy’s mother to his side. C. By attracting the boy’s interest in the superhero. D. By making friends with him. 24. What’s the purpose of the last paragraph? A. To tell us about the movies about Spiderman B. To introduce the writer—Stan lee. C. To get readers interested in Spiderman. D. To introduce another superhero story. B Daily Telegraph - An enormous number of sardines (沙丁鱼) have been photographed as they swam in the formation of a dolphin (海豚) .Steve De Neef photographed the fish near Cebu in the Philippines grouping together to protect themselves from larger animals.He said: "Getting the picture of the dolphin shape was just about being in the right spot at the right time, but it would be to their benefit if they could imitate (模仿) a larger animal." Daily Mail - Black garlic - a sweet variety of the popular cooking ingredient that doesn't leave you with bad breath - is getting ready to hit the UK supermarket shelves.Black garlic tastes much sweeter than traditional garlic and enjoys twice the amount of anti-oxidants (抗氧化剂) and can last twice as long on the shelf. BBC - Researchers in the United States have developed the first wirelessly controlled device (装置) that can supply a drug directly into the body.A small chip is implanted under the skin.It contains the medicine, which it releases at programmed times.The developers say the device could improve the lives of millions of people who take medicine for long-term illnesses and may one day free patients from having to remember to take their medicine, or give themselves injections. VOA - Global warming could make humans shorter, warn scientists who claim to have found evidence that it caused the world's first horses to shrink nearly 50 million years ago . As temperatures went up their size went down, and vice versa (反之亦然); at one point they were as small as a house cat.The scientists say that the current warming could have the same effect on mammals, and even humans. 25.What information can we obtain from Steve De Neef's words?

A.The sardines swim together to protect themselves from dolphins. B.The sardines will be in safety when meeting a larger animal. C.He took this rare picture of sardines probably by accident. D.It's easy to get the picture of the dolphin shape. 26.In comparison with traditional garlic, black garlic _____. A.will leave you much stronger breath B.is more popular in the UK supermarket C.can be kept fresh for a much longer time D.contains the same amount of anti-oxidants 27.Who will probably find the wirelessly controlled device most useful? A.Janet who is suffering a bad cold. B.Sophia who had had an operation. C.Winfred who has been ill for long. D.Lynette who has a poor memory. 28.The underlined word "shrink" in Paragraph 4 probably means _____. A.become smaller B.become weaker C.grow bigger D.grow stronger C Every kid wishes to be an adult. But now as grown-ups, some adults find they cannot leave childhood behind. They become "kidults" (kid+adult). Being a kidult has become a lifestyle-choice among young people across Asia. Some kidults collect toys they once played with. Hello Kitty, Garfield, and Snoopy have many adult fans around the world. It is not unusual to see a 20-something woman with a big, Garfield-shaped cushion on her sofa or a Hello Kitty mobile phone accessory.(配件) Other kidults still enjoy children's stories and fairy tales. For example, Bloomsbury even published the Harry Potter novels with an adult cover. That way, no one else on the subway will know that an adult is actually reading a children's book! "Kidults can be like vitamins to society. Adults who value their childhood and hold on to pure, child-like emotion may be needed in such a rough and dry society," said Lee Sojung, professor of Foreign Studies at Hankuk University(韩国外国语大学). He added that kidult culture may fill the generation gap between adults and kids. It could give children and their parents books, movies, and cartoon shows to enjoy together. He may be right. Tim Greenhalgh,a professor,explained that some kidults just refuse to grow up. They value childhood because life in a busy and stressful city frightens them. Kidults would like to forget their age and openly show their fear of society and adulthood. 29. We can infer from the article that _________. A. Kidults miss their childhood so much that they can't give up their toys B. Bloomsbury knows some kidults don't want people to know that they are kidults C. Kidults like to have vitamins very much D. Some toys are so interesting that even adults like them very much 30. According to the author, being a kidult is good in some way EXCEPT that _______. A. it can improve the relationship between parents and their kids B. it can help kidults feel relaxed C. it is helpful to solve some social problems D. it can make people loyal to one's parents 31. According to the writer, _______. A. being a kidult is nothing wrong B. kidults have mental problems C. our society is very dull D. some people can never grow up D

There are robots all around us. Some do very complicated jobs like flying airplanes and driving subway trains. And some do one simple job. When an automatic washing machine is switched on , water pours in. The machine waits until the water is warm enough for washing clothes. It does this by “feedback(反馈)” . Information about what is happening is feedback into the robot to tell what to do next. Our eyes, ears and other senses are our feedback. They tell us what is going on around us . So robots are like human beings in two ways. They work and they have feedback. In some ways robots are better than human beings. They work quickly and do not make mistakes. They do not get bored doing the same job over and over again. And they never get tired. So robots are very useful in factories. They can be taught to do many different jobs. First their electronic brain must be shown how the job is done, A person moves the robot’s “arms” and “hands” through each part of the job. The most intelligent robots can move and see. Their eyes are cameras. Their fingers can feel shapes and sizes of the objects. These robots have computer brains linked to their eyes and fingers, which control their actions. The expensive robots are used in scientific research. They do such jobs as handling radioactive materials. 32. In this passage the author tells us that . A. robots are very popular B. there are various kinds of robots C. we see robots only at certain times D. robots can be easily controlled 33. What does the author seem to inform you about robots? A. They should be greatly improved B. They will probably take over in the future C. They are very hopeful and useful to humans D. They are machines that break down a lot 34. The author says that in industry . A. robots break down a lot B. robots can do many jobs C. robots only get in the way D. robots sometimes cause troubles 35. The fact that a robot never gets bored doing the same job means that . A. it is very much like human beings B. it can do boring jobs for people C. it will never bore people D. it will work much better than human beings 第二节(共 5 个小题;每小题 2 分,满分 10 分) Developing self confidence is one of the most important things you can do to create a more powerful, successful life.It influences all aspects of our lives, from relationships to career. But the journey is long.That's why it's so important to have a long term goal, but to break it up into small manageable parts. 36 Here are 5 quick tips to make this a confident week: 1.Sit up! Set your alarm to go off 3 times throughout the day to check in with your posture (姿 势) . Body language is one of the quickest ways to gain instant confidence. 2. 37 Have lunch with someone in your office that you don't normally hang out with.Breaking your routine (常规) allows you to jump out of your comfort zone which is a great means for self confidence breakthroughs. 3.Work it out.

38 Whether it be a fast walk for part of your lunch, or a quick work out during the tea break in the afternoon, it will surely do you good. Exercise fills the body with positive energy that you will be projecting throughout the day.Good health is not just an important part of living well —it also happens to be an instant confidence builder. 4.Involve yourself in a social activity that you normally wouldn't 39 Putting yourself out in the world forces you to face situations and meet people. In this way you can slowly build your confidence so you can find your place in it.This is one of the most rewarding things you can do. 5.Knowledge is power. You have to keep feeding your mind. 40 So whether it's a new language, a new skill, or a new hobby - sign up for something this week that will broaden your knowledge, skill level and happiness.Learning something you can be proud of and providing you happiness is an immediate confidence builder and the recipe for success. A.Once you’ve learned something, no one can ever take it away. B.Small but achievable victories will have you well on your way. C.Make a point to get some exercise during the day. D.Have lunch in the office. E.Get to know someone new. F.Whether you like it or not, the world is a social being. G.Sitting at your office does not contribute to confidence building. 第三部分 英语知识运用(共两节,满分 45 分) 第一节 完形填空(共 20 小题;每小题 1. 5 分,满分 30 分) Sometimes giving someone a helping hand is just simple.But sometimes it works like a 41 that opens a door to a whole new world of understanding. Living in a small all-white 42 in the Midwest, my family and I were 43 that we were safe from the race riots (暴乱) in some larger cities.That 44 when I began working at a bank in a larger city nearby. My family 45 gave me advice on whom to avoid, what situation to stay away, and how to 46 myself. On a snowy 47 after work, I guided my second-hand car out onto the street and knew 48 I didn't have to stop, it would keep running.The battery needed replacing. However, as I expected the car choked and died at a red light. Fortunately, to my 49 , I saw a pair of headlights coming up.But 50 three young black men jumped out of the car, I could hardly 51 - fear filled me. The driver came to my windows and asked if I needed help.I 52 for a moment and then nodded.The fellows crowded around at once and 53__ working.As one of them connected the two engines by cables, my nerve (神经) jumped with so much electricity I think I could have charged the 54 and brought it back to life.But thankfully they 55 completed the project. I pulled out a few 56 from the purse, "It's all I have but it's yours, I appreciate the help.Thank you." The driver must have seen the 57 still in my eyes because he smiled, seeming to be 58 by my panic, and then waved his hand, "You 59 it.Just glad to help." This experience taught me that I should never simply 60 anyone according to their skin color or race or wealth. 41.A.push B.key C.car D.handle

42.A.house 43.A.grateful 44.A.crashed 45.A.cautiously 46.A.distinguish 47.A.morning 48.A.even if 49.A.relief 50.A.because 51.A.breathe 52.A.calculated 53.A.set about 54.A.engine 55.A.slowly 56.A.dollars 57.A.interest 58.A.amused 59.A.make 60.A.judge

B.city B.curious B.improved B.approximately B.defend B.noon B.in case B.regret B.if B.speak B.choked B.set down B.battery B.briefly B.tickets B.confuse B.frightened B.keep B.trust

C.country C.upset C.settled C.nervously C.behave C.afternoon C.as long as C.content C.although C.drive C.hesitated C.set aside C.headlight C.gradually C.cards C.fear C.thrilled C.spend C.attack

D.company D.hopeful D.changed D.fluently D.express D.evening D.now that D.belief D.when D.survive D.screamed D.set up D.cable D.quickly D.pictures D.shock D.disappointed D.earn D.Dislike

第三部分 英语知识运用(共两节,满分 45 分) 第二节(共 10 个小题;每小题 1.5 分,满分 15 分) In the days when an ice cream cost much less, Tom, 61 8-year-old boy, entered a hotel coffee shop 62 sat at a table. A waitress put a glass of water in front of him. "How much is an ice cream?" "Fifty-cents," replied the waitress. The little boy pulled 63 right hand out of the pocket and studied a number of coins in it. "How much is a dish of plain ice cream?" he asked. Some people were now waiting for her service and the waitress grew a bit 64 (patience). "Thirty-five cents," she said 65 (rude). The little boy carefully counted the coins 66 . "I will have a plain ice cream," he said. The waitress walked 67 . The boy finished the ice cream, paid the cashier and left. It was not long 68 the waitress came back and then she began to wipe down the table and suddenly was surprised 69 what she saw. There, 70 (place) neatly beside the empty dish, were two nickels and five pennies --- her tip! 第四部分 写作(共两节,满分 35 分) 第一节 短文改错(共 10 小题;每题 1 分,满分 10 分) Last week, I met a stranger who seemed to be losing. I offered to guide him to a place he wanted to go to, but to my surprise, he refused my offer to helping. I asked him why not. He told me that he was afraid I would ask him money if I helped him in this way. Then I fell into deep thoughts: Was it money which came between us? I agree that money is become more and more important in our society, and it should not be everything. We should try my best to help others and trust each other. If everyone does this, our society will be better and better.

第四部分:书面表达(15 分) 王明,高中生,在一次车祸中受伤,腿部残疾,在生活中遇到很多困难和歧视,对生活 失去信心。作为他的朋友李鹏,请你给他写一封建议信,帮助他改变心态,重新树立生活的 勇气。要求包括以下方面,可适当发挥,以使行文连贯。 1.只要有正确的人生态度,阳光无处不在。举例说明。 2.只要学会某种技能,是可能找到好工作,帮助别人,获得成就感。 3. 忘掉不愉快,像正常人一样成为社会的一员。 词数要求: 100-120. 开头已给出,不记入词数。 班级 姓名 武邑宏达学校周测(6)答题卷 (10.18) 64. ____________ 65. ____________ 70.

61. __________ 62. ___________63. ____________ 66. ___________ 67. ___________ ____________

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短文改错 Last week, I met a stranger who seemed to be losing. I offered to guide him to a place he wanted to go to, but to my surprise, he refused my offer to helping. I asked him why not. He told me that he was afraid I would ask him money if I helped him in this way. Then I fell into deep thoughts: Was it money which came between us? I agree that money is become more and more important in our society, and it should not be everything. We should try my best to help others and trust each other. If everyone does this, our society will be better and better. Dear Wang Ming, I’m sorry to hear that you got hurt in the accident and met lots of problems in your life.

1-5 CABAC 6-10 BA BCA 11-15 BCBCA 16-20 ACABA BACA CCCA BDA ACBB B E C FA BB A DC BD CAD A C A BD A C ABA 61. an 62. and 63. his 64. impatient 65. rudely 66. again 67. away ( off ) 68. before 69. at 70. placed 第一节:短文改错 Last week, I met a stranger who seemed to be losing. I offered to guide him to a place he lost the wanted to go to, but to my surprise, he refused my offer to helping. I asked him why not. He help told me that he was afraid I would ask him ∧ money if I helped him in this way. Then I fell for into deep thoughts: Was it money which came between us? I agree that money is become thought that becoming more and more important in our society, and it should not be everything. We should try my but our best to help others and trust each other. If everyone does this, our society will be better and better.

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(Text 1) M: I thought you only liked collecting stamps. W: I also like collecting coins. But collecting train tickets is my favorite activity. (Text 2) W: Songs that make our hearts happy can make them stronger, too? M: Sure. It’s a new find by American researchers and reported in Russia on Tuesday. (Text 3) W: Do you have any change? I’m dying for candy and this machine won’t give change. M: Look. This one gives change. I think I’ll get something to eat, too. (Text 4) W: Good morning. May I help you, sir? M: Yes, could I change these pounds for dollars, please? W: Do you want small bills or large ones? M: Both are OK. (Text 5) M: Why didn’t you call me yesterday? I was waiting by the phone all day. W: I’m sorry, but I couldn’t call. I couldn’t find a phone. M: What do you mean you couldn’t call? You have a cellphone, don’t you? W: I used to have a cellphone. The teacher took it away because I tried to call you from class. (Text 6) M: Hello. Can I help you? W: Oh, hello. Yes. I want something to wear at a conference. M: So, you're looking for something quite smart. W: Yes. Some kind of business suit...Hmm, this is nice. Is this one on sale? M: Yes, it is. There's a 25% reduction on this one. It's a real bargain. W: Hmm. It's still a bit expensive for me. Is there a discount for cash? M: Oh, no, I'm sorry. W: Oh, well, can I try it on? M: Yes, of course. The changing room is just over there. W: Thanks. (Text 7) W: My grandfather hasn't been too well lately. M: Oh dear. I'm sorry to hear that. W: He's 79. Don't you think he should slow down a bit at his age? M: Absolutely. W: But he won't listen to me. He says he wants to enjoy his life to the full. M: Fair enough. W: Last summer he went on a two-week cycling holiday in France. Last winter he attended a skiing contest. M: You are kidding. I can't believe it. W: We're going to give him a big party for his 80th birthday. M: That's great. W: But before that, I'm going to have a word with him and tell him to take things more easy. M: Good for you. (Text 8)

M: This is all your fault! This wouldn’t have happened if you hadn’t tried to give money to that policeman! W: Well, if you’d listened to me when I suggested asking someone for directions, we shouldn’t have got lost in the first place, would we? M: Oh, go on! Blame it all on me! You were the one who was driving when we got stopped by the police. If you hadn’t been speeding, we wouldn’t have been stopped at all! W: That’s not fair. We were doing fine until you suddenly decided you knew a quicker way! M: Oh, come on! I only suggest it because we were running so late. We would’ve been fine if you hadn’t suggested driving instead of taking the train. W: No! We would’ve been fine if you had remembered to book tickets! (Text 9) W: Why is it that some children perform better than others at school? M: Obviously, certain children are brighter than others. But it is not that simple. A lot of emphasis is placed on intelligence measured by tests. W: The so-called IQ tests? M: Yes. Basically they are intended to test language and numerical ability, so some children are bound to suffer. This is very unfortunate. A child with an average IQ may turn out to be successful when he grows up. W: What you are saying is that some children have abilities that are not easy to measure. M: Exactly. If these abilities are not discovered early, they cannot be developed. That’s why there are so many unhappy parents in the world. They are not doing the things they are best at. W: I see. M: But at school, only those who are good with words and numbers will probably do well in exams. W: Right. Is there anything a parent can do to help in this case? M: Yes. In my opinion, a child should be judged on his individual talents. After all, being happy in life is putting your skills to good use, no matter what they are. (Text 10) Mr. Mora is a famous university president. He is remembered as a humorous man because his lectures cause laughter from time to time. He is also remembered by his family and friends for being absent-minded. There are many interesting stories about Mr. Mora, which amuses people. Once on a train, a conductor came to Mr. Mora, asking for his ticket. He began to search his pockets. No ticket appeared. Mr. Mora began searching his suitcase. “Never mind, sir,” said the conductor, seeing how anxious Mr. Mora was becoming and trying to comfort him. “When you find your ticket, just post it to the station. I’m sure you have it somewhere.” “I’m sure, too,” said the president as he continued searching. “But I must find it. I need to know where I’m going.” Mr. Mora got off the train in New York and hurried to the post office to make a telephone call to his secretary. “I’m in New York now but I don’t know why,” said Mr. Mora, feeling like a small boy who had got lost. Within minutes came the short reply, “You are not supposed to be in New York. You should be in Princeton to give a lecture.”

(One possible version) Dear Wang Ming, I’m sorry to hear that you got hurt in the accident and met lots of problems in your life.

Sunshine is everywhere as long as you have a positive attitude to life. Sometimes we cannot change the fact, but we can adapt ourselves to new situations with our efforts. You can learn from the story of Helen Keller, an American woman. She couldn’t see and hear, but she went to college, wrote nearly a dozen books, traveled all over the world, met 12 US presents, and lived to 87. It is possible for you to find a good job by learning certain professional skills. Helping others can give you a sense of satisfaction and success. Forget about unhappy things in life, never look down upon yourself, and become a member of our society just like others. Best wishes. Yours , Li Peng


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