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河北定州中学 2016-2017 学年第一学期高三英语周练试题(四)
1.So absurd _____ that_____ saw him stared at him. A. did he look; anyone B. he looked; no matter who C. did he look; whoever D. he looked; who 2.Your question _____ he didn’t inform you earlier has not yet been answered, _____has aroused our curiosity. A. which;which C. that;it B. why;it D. why;which

3._____ his great courage, the boy was left alone in a dark room, no lighted candle_____ it up. A. Considered;lighted B. Considering;lighting C. Having considered;lighted D. To consider;lighting 4.–Why?This is simply a common bike! –_____ sir.It’s our special offer today. A. Don’t mention it B. Let me see C. So it is D. Neither do I 5.His opening up _____ food processing factory is _____ comfort to his parents. A. 不填;a C. a;a B. a;不填 D. the;不填

6.Tens of thousands of people marched to the Martin Luther King Jr.Memorial, celebrating the 50th anniversary of King's famous speech, through which we know _____ he said meant to the black. A. that what C. what what B. what that D. that which

7.The boy _____ loudly because he _____ his way in the jungle and thought he couldn’t go back
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home. A. had cried;lost C. cried;had lost B. has cried;has lost D. cried;has lost.

8.Before stepping onto the stage of the Voice of China, the singer Yao Beina took a deep breath to _____ her courage. A. set up C. keep up B. hold up D. take up

9.–You’re wearing your new sunglasses again! But you said you had lost it on the train! –Unbelievable, right? Someone _____ it. A. will have stolen C. should have stolen B. might have stolen D. must have stolen

10.–Your car requires _____, Jeff. –Sure.You know it is also what I want to have _____ for long. A. being repaired;to be repaired B. repairing;it repaired C. repairing;repaired D. to be repaired;it repaired 11.–Mo Yan’s novels have attracted public attention. –Yeah.Now there are his books _____ in every bookstore. A. affordable C. vailable B. acceptable D. Valuable

12.The girl, when _____ why she _____ in the exam, just lowered her head and kept silent. A. questioned; was cheated B. being questioned; was cheating C. questioned; had cheated D. being questioned; has cheated 13.Mary dropped the vase, but her mother stared at her _____ she had done something clever. A. in case C. o that B. as if D. Though

14.–When did Tom, head of this famous international corporation, stand trial in open court? –It was on Thursday _____ you were in Beijing.
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A. when

B. that

C. where

D. which

15.Their love _____ quickly over the months that followed after they met in a dating show. A. was developed C. had developed B. developed D. would develop

16.---Hi, Mike! We’re going biking along the beach this weekend. ---_______.I love being bathed in the sunshine. A. By all means C. Go ahead B. Count me in D. With pleasure

17.At the end of the holiday, traffic_______ on the freeway as people headed home. A. put up C. took up B. picked up D. built up

18.Two friends were talking about education, _______, about the kind of education that they received in their youth. A. or else C. or rather B. worse still D. above all

19.The temperature has risen to more than 20 degrees centigrade.It is quite hot _______January in Zhejiang. A. for B. in C. as D. like

20.--- Jack fell off the ladder yesterday, but he is all right now. ---What a lucky dog! He _______ himself badly. A. could injure C. should injure 二、阅读理解 Algae(水藻) are very simple plants. They grow in fresh water or salty water. Seaweed is algae that grow in salty water. Seaweed is red or brown in color. The Japanese people use these plants from the sea in many ways. From it, they make a food called Kombu. Kombu is seaweed that has been dried, cooked and pressed together. Then it is dried again and cut into long pieces. The Japanese eat a lot of Kombu and like it very much. Japanese farmers often use seaweed as fertilizer. It makes their plants grow better. Many farmers also find seaweed makes a fine food for their animals. From seaweed the Japanese also get iodine(碘), which they sell to other countries. Iodine is used in many ways all over the worlD. It is used in making medicine. It is added to the salt
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B. must have injured D. might have injured

we use at the table. Scientists even use one form of iodine to “ seed clouds” when they want rain to fall. 21.Kombu is a kind of ____ according to the text. A. plant B. medicine C. food D. fertilizer 22.In the last sentence of the text, “seed clouds” means ____. A. clouds spreading like seeds B. the seeds like clouds C. to make rain fall with human power D. dropping seeds by clouds 23.The main idea of the story is that ____. A. The Japanese eat seaweed when they want rain to fall. B. Kombu is made into medicine for farmers. C. The Japanese use seaweed in many ways. D. The Japanese eat a lot of Kombu.

The clock struck eleven at night. The whole house was quiet. Everyone was in bed except me. Under the strong light, I looked sadly before a huge pile of troublesome stuff they call “books” . I was going to have my examination the next day. "When can I go to bed?" I asked myself. I didn’ t answer, in fact I dared not. The clock struck 12"Oh, dear!" I cried, "ten more books to read before I can go to bed!” We pupils are the most wretched creatures in the worlD. Dad does not agree with me on this. He did not have to work so hard when he was a boy ." The clock struck one. I was quite ho peless now. I forgot all I had learnt. I was too tired to go on. I did the only thing I coulD. I prayed, “Oh, God, Please help me pass the exam tomorrow. I do promise to work hard afterwards, Amen. ” My eyes were heavy, so heavy that I could hardly open them. A few minutes later, with my head on the desk, I fell asleep. 24.When the author was going over his lessons, all the others in the house were_____ . A. asleep
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B. working in bed C. outside D. quietly laughing at him 25.Reviewing his lessons didn’t help him because ________. A. it was too late at night B. he was very tired C. his eyes l ids were so heavy that he couldn’t keep them open D. he hadn’t studied hard before the examination 26. What do you suppose happened to the author? A. He went to a church to pray again B. He passed the exam by luck C. He failed in the exam D. He was punished by his teacher 27.The best title for the passage would be __________ . A. The Night Before the Examination B. Working Far into the Night C. A Slow Student D. Going Over My Lessons

In 2012, the Tower of London welcomed two new inhabitants: a pair of ravens(乌鸦) named Jubilee and Grip. Their arrival celebrated the bicentenary(二百周年) of Charles Dickens’s birth. This Grip was the third of the Tower ravens to be named after the novelist’s own pet birD. One of his predecessors(前辈) was resident during World War Two; he and his mate Mabel were the only ravens to survive a bombing attack on the Tower. Dickens’s Grip, who had an impressive vocabulary, appears as a character in the author’s fifth novel, Barnaby Rudge. On 28 January 1841, Dickens wrote to his friend George Cattermole: “my notion is to have [Barnaby] always in company with a pet raven, who is immeasurably more knowing than himself. To this end I have been studying my bird, and think I could make a very distinctive character of him. ” Unfortunately, just a few weeks after Dickens wrote that letter, Grip died, probably as a result of having stolen and eaten paint some months earlier. The bird had developed a strange habit
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– tearing sections off painted surfaces (including the family's carriage) and even drinking a quantity of white paint out of a tin. Dickens mourned his loss and wrote a humorous letter to his friend, the illustrator Daniel Maclise, about the raven’s death. He related how, when Grip began to show signs of sickness, the vet was called and “administered a powerful dose of castor(蓖麻) oil” . Initially this seemed to have a positive effect and the author was thrilled to see Grip restored to his usual personality when he bit the coachman (who was used to the raven and took it in good humor). The following morning, Grip was able to eat “some warm porridge”, but his recovery was short liveD. As Dickens wrote to Maclise, “On the clock striking twelve he appeared slightly upset, but soon recovered, walking twice or thrice along the coach-house, stopped to bark, exclaimed ‘Hello old girl’ (his favorite expression) and dieD. He behaved throughout with a decent manner, which cannot be too much admireD. . . The children seem rather glad of it. He bit their ankles. But that was play. ” 28.Which of the following is right about Dickens’s pet Grip? A. he liked painting a lot. B. he could speak English fluently. C. he was quite ill before his death. D. he and Mabel survived a bombing attack. 29.Why did Dickens study his bird Grip? A. Because the bird was very strange looking. B. Because Dickens liked the bird immeasurably. C. Because Barnaby needs a companion who was always with him. D. Because Dickens wanted to base one character of his novel on him. 30.What caused the death of Dickens’s Grip? A. His old age. B. His strange diet. C. The killing of the coachman. D. His bad habit of biting people. 31.Which of the following can be the best title of the passage? A. A bird in a novel. B. The writer’s birD.
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C. The death of a birD. D. Dickens and his bird

We often hear people talking about a generation gap (代沟). The name is new, but the idea is old. Young people and th eir parents don’t understand each other. The world has always kept changing. During the second century after Christ a wise man said, “Bury me on my face because in a little while everything will be turned upside down. ” There has always been a gap between generations, but more people talk about it now. Old Mr. Ellis thinks he understands what has happened. “When I was a boy, I thought the world was a beautiful place. My life was very pleasant. But when I was older, I learned about people who were treated badly, people who didn’t have enough to eat. I wanted to help them, and I married a girl who wanted to help them, too. We went to meetings and talked a lot, but it didn’t seem to make much difference. ” “Our children grew up in a world at war. They didn’t know when the fighting would stop. They wanted their children to have nice clothes and toys . They didn ’ t want to think about the future. They thought nothing could be done about it. ” “Now I have grandchildren, and they have their own ideas. They are trying to make the world better. They are trying to help other people. They’re making people listen to them. I am proud of their generation. ” 32.The wise man mentioned in the text told people to bury him on his face so that when everything is turned upside down he will _____. A. lie on his stomach B. lie on his back C. stand quietly D. sit in peace 33.Which generation did NOT want to do anything to make the world a better one? A. Mr. Ellis’ generation B. His children’s generation C. His grandchildren’s generation D. None of the above. 34.Which generation is/was more efficient in making the world better one?
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A. Mr. Ellis’ generation. B. His children’s generation. C. His grandchildren’s generation. D. None of the above. 35.What is the writer’s attitude towards the generation gap? A. Unacceptable. B. Awful. C. Funny. D. Common.

三、完形填空 When we are unfamiliar with something, we may feel nervous and fearful. The help of others is a good to help us pull through write for a big newspaper, and I wanted to a ,I ,

story about parachute jumping(跳伞) . To make it a realistic as well as exciting decided that I had to make a jump myself let alone(更不用说)parachute jumping. My friend Mr. Smith was willing to give me a first day’s . Unluckily, I’ m not good at any

. He took me to a ground school. The

included several hours of instruction but not my first drop from a(n) . , a heavy parachute was put on my

For this, I had to wait until the following The next morning, I was taken to the airfield. back. Then I was

to make my way to a small plane which had just stopped slowly on . I began to feel nervous. As we 13 from my parachute to a after I jumped. ,

the runway. Once on board, the plane was soon

reached one thousand meters, Harry, my teacher, hooked(钩)a steel ring inside the plane. The line was to pull my parachute “Get

, Henry,” Harry said. I moved carefully to the door.I wanted to

“NO, no, no!” But no word came. “Jump!” Harry called . “Jump!”

Away from the plane, and down, down I fell, arms stretched. It worked All at once I was very happy. Then I felt a quick . My big parachute had opened! It was the best I

ever had. I looked down. There were rivers, trees, fields and houses. I heard the soft sound of the air. This was


36.A. way 37.A. tell 38.A. film 39.A. secretly 40.A. sport 41.A. try 42.A. jumping 43.A. tree 44.A. week 45.A. Besides 46.A. asked 47.A. slowing 48.A. belt 49.A. light 50.A. ready 51.A. cry 52.A. softly 53.A. comfort 54.A. failure 55.A. tiring

B. chance B. write B. poem B. instead B. driving B. hand B.journey B. tower B. month B. Once B. invited B. climbing B. steel B. broken B. up B. rest B. loudly B. wind B. experience B. shocking

C. idea C. read C. story C. finally C. lesson C. gift C. training C. building C. evening C. There C. forced C. landing C. line C. fixed C. on C. laugh C. nervously C. pull C. competition C. true

D. value D. copy D. program D. first D. drawing D. suggestion D. entertainment D. airplane D. morning D. However D. taught D. filling D. seat D. open D. away D. lie D. excitedly D. push D. danger D. fun

四、阅读填空 任务型阅读,请认真阅读下列短文,并根据所读内容在文章后表格中的空格里填入一个 最恰当的单词。 .. 注意:每个空格只填 1 个单词。请将答案写在答题卡上相应题号的横线上。 ID systems are used as a means for people to prove their identity, as a means of access control, or for many other situations. ID cards also contain a lot more information than simply the name of the holder. All ID cards contain information that is relevant to the institution that released them, so there is no single model that applies to all ID cards. Different institutions have different rules when it comes to ID cards, and ID cards used by students, in universities, will not have the same security features as those used in the military, for example. The more important the institution is, the more important the security is, and the more security
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features will be used to prevent duplication(复制) of an ID card. Anyone with a printer that can print ID cards can duplicate in ID card, if it does not have any security measures. There have been lots of cases, especially in low security institutions, where ID cards have been duplicated and this was not noticed, since the person holding the card usually flashed it when it was requested, and that was not enough to notice that it is a fake. That may not be extremely important when it is simply a case of a student trying to enter the campus of another university, but it can be of vital importance if it happens in a military institution. Checks in military institutions are much stricter and the personnel checking the card are always trained to spot fakes in a short amount of time. Some may think that creating an ID card is extremely difficult, but it is not. All it takes is a special printer that can print ID cards, a model and a photo ID. The fact that such printers can be freely ordered online has raised security issues with lots of companies and institutions, and most have decided to either create their own ID cards, or simply use more advanced security features that regular home-users do not have access to. This includes magnetic stripes(磁条), chips, barcodes(条形码),and other methods. This does increase the cost of the card per person, so the total cost of the cards increases based on the number of employees the company has, but it also reduces security risks to a minimum. So ID systems, as basic as they seem, are an excellent security measure for any institution. To ensure that the IDs look good and function properly, the company that handles the card printing services should be top-class. Trying to save some money by choosing a cheaper provider is not really wise. While some companies offer bonuses for large orders, if the quality provided is not of the highest standard, it is not worth it. ID systems Passage outline 56 . ______ system to ID Supporting details There is not a single model 57._____ to all ID cards because of different information contained in different ID cards. Different security features are decided by the degree of the 58.____ of the institutions Security features of ID cards With no security measures quite a lot of 59.______ of ID card duplication have happened. In a military institution ID cards are 60 . _____ more
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strictly 61 . _______ of cards ID It is not62.______ to make ID cards with special printers. Using magnetic stripes, chips and barcodes63.______ the safety of ID cards. The author’s advice 64._______ basic and simple, ID systems are an excellent security measure. It’s wise to 65._____ top-class providers or services to ensure ID cards of a fine quality.

五、七选五 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。 Have you ever studied a subject or brainstormed an idea, only to find yourself with pages of information, but no clear view of how it fits together? This is where Mind Mapping can help you. Mind Mapping is a useful technique that helps you learn more effectively, improves the way that you record information, and supports and enhances creative problem solving. By using Mind Maps, you can quickly identify and understand the structure of a subject. You can see the way that pieces of information fit together, as well as recording the raw facts contained in normal notes.66., as they help your mind recall and review. Popularized by Tony Buzan, Mind Maps abandon the list format of conventional note taking.They do this in favor of a two-dimensional structure. A good Mind Map shows the 'shape' of the subject, the relative importance of individual points, and the way in which facts relate to one another.67. 1. Write the title of the subject you're exploring in the center of the page, and draw a circle around it. 2. As you come across major subdivisions or subheadings of the topic (or important facts that relate to the subject) draw lines out from this circle. Label these lines with these subdivisions or subheadings. 3. As you "burrow" into (挖掘) the subject and uncover another level of information (further subheadings, or individual facts) belonging to the subheadings, draw these as lines linked to the subheading lines. 4.68. . 5. As you come across new information, link it in to the Mind Map appropriately.69. .Sub-topics
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and facts will branch off these, like branches and twigs from the trunk of a tree. You don't need to worry about the structure you produce, as this will evolve of its own accorD. 70. .If you do any form of research or note taking, try experimenting with Mind Maps. You

will find them surprisingly effective! A. To draw a Mind Map, follow these steps: B. Mind Mapping is an extremely effective method of taking notes. C. They help you to associate ideas and make connections that you might not otherwise make. D. A complete Mind Map may have main topic lines radiating in all directions from the center. E.Then, for individual facts or ideas, draw lines out from the appropriate heading line and label them. F.More than this, Mind Maps help you remember information G.When created using colors and images or drawings, a Mind Map can even resemble a work of art!

六、短文改错 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。每处错误仅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:71.每处错误及其修改均仅限一词; 72.只允许修改 10 处,多者(从第 11 处起)不计分。 Dear Bob, Thank you for your last letter asked about our library. Let me make a brief introduction with our library.It is locating in front of our teaching building, facing the garden on the other side. And a variety of trees are planted around it. The wonderful circumstances make that a splendid place to study. Our library has a great deal of books, covering all fields of science, literature, art or so on. But you can easily pick up that you need, since they are clearly classified in order. The library is open from Monday to Friday, from 9:00 am to 7:00 pm, and closed at weekends. You can borrow five books at one time and should return it in ten days. Or you can just read inside the library as enough tables and chairs were provideD.
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七、书面表达 73.假如你是李华,你打算参加 11 月份举行的武汉市中学生英语演讲比赛。请你以李华的名义写一篇主题 为“感恩”的演讲稿。 内容包括: 1.回顾高中阶段你周围的人是如何默默帮助你的; 2.你会成为一个懂得感恩的人吗?说说你的打算。 注意: 词数:120 词左右。 开头和结尾已写好,不计入总词数。 Good afternoon, everyone! It’s a great honor for me to speak here. __________________________________________________________________________ __________________________________________________________________________ __________________________________________________________________________ Thank you for listening.



参考答案 1-10 CDBCC 11-20 21-23 24-27 28-31 32-35 36-45 46-55 CCBAB CCC ADCA CDBB BBCD ABCAD ABCDA BCDDC ABCBD CCCBC BDCAD

56.Introduction 57.applying 58.importance 59.cases 60.checked 61.Creation/production 62.difficult/hard 63.increase 64.Seeming/Looking 65.choose/use/select 66.F 67.A 68.E 69.D 70.B 71. asked- asking 72. with ---to locating---located that---it study—study in great deal--- great number or --and
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that---what it—them were—are 73.Good afternoon, everyone! It’s a great honor for me to speak here. Today, I’d like to express my gratitude to my English teacher. To my regret, my English suffered greatly in the first year and I fell far behind others. She showed the utmost patience when I asked her questions. In the meanwhile she instructed me how to adopt proper learning strategies, taking my academic performance into account. So occupied was she in helping me that she sometimes tended to skip her meals. Deeply inspired, I became more confident in learning English and my English has improved a lot. I owe my progress to my English teacher, without whose unselfish guidance I wouldn’t have made such rapid progress. I appreciate all she has done for me, which motivates me to pass her dedication and love on. In my daily life, I will do my part to help others in need. For example, I will offer directions to strangers who look lost and shovel snow off someone else’s driveway. Here I appeal to everyone to assume the responsibility to show our gratitude to the world, however minor these acts of kindness are. It is due to thanking and caring for each other that we can enjoy the same sunshine and appreciate the same love under the same sky. Thank you for listening.



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