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2015 秋高三英语作业(19) 编写:黄士龙 班级_____________姓名______________学号_______审核_____________ 第二部分:英语知识运用(共两节,满分 35 分) 第一节:单项填空(共15小题;每小题1分,满分15分) 21.Brian is gifted in writing music; he is very likely to

be ____ Beethoven. A. a B. an C. the D. 不填

22.— Many students study well but have poor physical fitness. —That’s why our government has decided to include students’ P.E. performance as a____ for admission to universities. A. reputation B.criterion C.commitment D.consensus

23.The books on the desk, ____ covers are shiny, are prizes for us. A. which B. what C. whose D. that

24._____ we understand things has a lot to do with what we feel. A. Where B. How C. Why D. when

25.—Have you finished the arrangement of the hall? —Yes. I ____on it for two hours. A. have worked B.had worked C. have been working D. worked

26.The boy _____ that he didn’t care about the failure, but the expression on his face gave him away. A. made out B. set out C. found out D. turn out

27.That’s why I help brighten people’s day. If you _____, who’s to say that another person will? A. didn’t B. don’t C. weren’t D. haven’t

28.— Congratulations on your succcess in the interview. — Thanks. This is the result I expected to see _____ after so many preparations. A. achieve B. achieved C. achieving D. to achieve

29.Tom didn’t take my request seriously. His attitude really_____ me _____. A. puts; off B. picks; up C. leaves; alone D. drops;off

30.You _____feel all the training a waste of time, but I’m a hundred percent sure later you’ll be grateful you did it.

A. should

B. need

C. shall

D. may

31.This term several optional courses are provided, and we are free to choose_____we are interested in. A. whatever B. whichever C. whenever D. wherever

32.After three years of hard work, his knowledge and ____ were finally recognized in his school. A. conscience B. competence C. conservation D. convenience

33._____ he once felt like giving up, he now has the determination to push further and keep on going. A. Where B. As C. In case D. Now that

34.They believe that there are transport developments_____that will bring a lot of changes for the better . A. out of date B. out of order C. around the clock D. around the corner

35.— Jim played a trick in class. So the teacher criticized him severely in front of others. — She was _____. A. calling a spade a spade B. putting the cart before the horse

C. making hay while the sun shines D. beating the dog before the lion 第二节 完形填空(共 20 小题;每小题 1 分,满分 20 分) 阅读下面短文,从短文后各题所给的A、B、C和D四个选项中,选出可以填入的空白处的 最佳选项,并从答题卡上将该选项涂黑。 For long, a little boy was wondering why his deskmate could rank 1st in the class whenever he wanted to, while he himself failed to: he only ranked 21st. At home, he asked his Mom, “Mom, am I more obedient and as careful as him, but Mom was aware that her son began to being injured by the ranking system. 40 to explain. In another test, the son ranked 17th, while his deskmate remained 1st. Back home, he 41 the same question. Mom really wanted to inform her son that 42 differs, 37 38 39 36 than others? I feel I am as

I always fall behind? ” Hearing the words, the sense of self-respect, which was now at him, she went wordless, not knowing

which means that students ranking 1st are supposed to be cleverer than normal ones.

43 , was this discouraging answer the one that her son was constantly Thank goodness she did not open her mouth.



How to answer her son’s question? There were times when she felt an urge to say, “You are too lazy. You are not as hard-working as others?”but she stopped 45

imagining her son suffering from the pains of unsatisfied grades and rankings. She thought it 46 to put any additional burden on his son and was trying to find out

a perfect answer. Time passing swiftly, the son 47 primary school. Despite studying harder and

better, he was still unable to keep up with his deskmate. To show her pride of him, Mom decided to answer. Now, the son no longer worries about his 49 , and there are no boring guys 50 the 1st ranking, he 48 him to the sea. During the trip, she managed to give out an

who would inquire his grades in primary school, because,

is admitted to Tsinghua University. Back home in winter vacation, he was invited to 51 the students and parents in his high school. In the speech, he mentioned a

valuable experience in his childhood, “?When my mother and I were lying on the 52 , she pointed to the front and said, ‘Do you see the seabirds struggling for food over there? When the waves come near, little birds can rise 53 while awkward

seagulls would take more time to complete the process. However, have you noticed birds that finally fly The speech 55 54 the endless ocean are none other than awkward seagulls? ’

many mothers present to tears, including his mother. B. careless B. how come B. have B. Glaring B. why B. met B. right B. Still B. curious B. before B. important B. started B. take C. stupid C. how about C. win C. Staring C. when C. answered C. knowledge C. Thus C. crazy C. unless C. disappointing C. finished C. bring D. clever D. what for D. beat D. Pointing D. how D. got D. strength D. However D. clear D. when D. necessary D. entered D. push

36. A. considerate 37. A. what if 38. A. lose 39. A. Shouting 40. A. which 41. A. raised 42. A. intelligence 43. A. Therefore 44. A. enthusiastic 45. A. if 46. A. cruel 47. A. attended 48. A. guide

49. A. homework 50. A. in 51. A. teach 52. A. floor 53. A. quickly 54. A. into 55. A. made

B. belongings B. by B. deliver B. road B. suddenly B. through B. moved

C. health C. with C. address C. bank C. slowly C. across C. impressed

D. rankings D. on D. face D. beach D. sharply D. throughout D. inspired

第四部分:任务型阅读(共 10 小题;每小题 1 分,满分 10 分) 请认真阅读下列短文,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:请将答案写在答题卡上相应题号的横线上。每个空格只填 1 个单词。 In simple words, hibernation is a state of deep sleep. Hibernation differs from normal sleep in various ways. Hibernating animals take a long time to wake up from their sleep. Turning or kicking their bodies does not seem to wake them up. Even after waking up from hibernation, these animals take some time to restart their normal activities. During hibernation, the heart rate slows down and some of the non-vital organs become entirely inactive. This is a state in which the body uses very little energy. Winter is the time when food is less and weather rough. Animals have to spend a lot of energy finding food. Even if they succeed in finding anything, it is often not enough to make up for the loss of energy. Besides, the cold weather may often become a cause of death. As a result of all these, animals have to reduce their food demand by reducing energy requirements. This is achieved by hibernating throughout the winter. Before the onset of winter, when there is plenty of food, animals eat overmuch and store much of the food in the form of fat. As winter arrives, they return to their home where they spend the rest of winter hibernating. As animals hibernate, their body temperature starts dropping due to lack of activity and metabolism(新陈代谢). At one point, it is only a few degrees higher than the surrounding temperature. Whatever energy the body needs to perform certain tasks is got from the fat storage. Due to lack of activity, the fat burning process is slow and steady. The energy from

fat is enough to keep the animal alive for the rest of the winter. Hibernation differs for every species. For example, some animals like black bears may sleep for the whole winter without waking up while animals like, squirrels may wake up every 4 days to eat some food, pass waste matter from the body, and then go back to sleep. Hibernation in domestic animals may differ from that in the wild ones. As there is no food shortage for domestic animals, domestic animals hibernate as a result of their natural instinct but with more active periods in between. Hibernation 71. 72. from sleep Reasons hibernating *75. in death due to the cold weather Activity and *Body temperature dropping because of 76. Features hibernation of metabolism * Getting energy from the fat 77. * Burning fat slowly and 78. Hibernating habits different species of * Black bears: sleeping all 79. waking up *Squirrels: waking up every 4 days for basic daily needs * 80. animals: having more active periods the winter without for energy normal A state of deep sleep * Taking a time to wake up *Taking some time to 73. * Using very little energy * Not finding enough food to make up for the 74. of their normal activities again

2015 秋高三英语作业(20)

编写:黄士龙 班级_____________姓名______________学号_______审核_____________

第三部分 阅读理解(共 15 小题;每小题 2 分,满分 30 分) A Wanted, Someone for a Kiss We’re looking for producers to join us in the second of London 100FM. You’ll work on the station’s music programmes. Music production experience in radio is necessary, along with rich knowledge of modern dance music. Please apply in writing to Producer Vacancies, Kiss100. Father Christmas We’re looking for a very special person preferably over 40, to fill our Father Christmas suit. Working days: Every Saturday from November 24 to December 15 and every day from December17 to December24 except Sunday, 10:30—16:00 Excellent pay. Please contact the Enterprise Shopping Center, Station Parade, Eastbourne. Accountants Assistant When you join the them in our Revenue Administration Unit, you will be providing assistance within all parts of the Revenue Division, dealing with post and other general duties. If you are educated to GCSE grade C level we would like to talk to you. This position is equally suitable for a school leaver of for somebody who has office experience. Wealden District Council Software Trainer If you are aged 24-45 and have experience in teaching and training, you could be the person we are looking for. You should be good at the computer and have some experience in programme writing. You will be allowed to make our decision, and to design courses as well as present them. Pay upwards of £15,000 for the right person. Please apply by sending your CV (简历) to Mrs R. Oglivie, Palmlace Limited. 56.Who should you get in touch with if you hope to work in a radio station?

A. Producer Vacancies, Kiss 100. Limited. C. The Enterprise Shopping Centre

B. Mrs R. Oglivie , Palmlace

D. Wealden District Council.

57 . We learn from the ads that the Enterprise Shopping Centre needs a person who _________. A. is aged between 24 and 40 C. should deal with general duties B. may do some training work D. can work for about a month

58.which position is open to recent school graduates? A. Producer , London Kiss. C. Accountants Assistant B. Father Christmas. D. Software Trainer

59.What kind of person would probably apply to Palmace Limited? A.One with GCSE grade C level. B. One with some office experience. C. One having good computer knowledge D. One trained in producing music programmes. B TOKYO — Lonely astronauts on the International Space Station (ISS) may soon be getting a robot friend from Japan. Japan’s space agency is considering putting a talking humanoid (有人的特点的) robot on the ISS to watch the work while astronauts are asleep, monitor their health and stress levels and communicate to Earth through the micro-blogging site Twitter. Japan’s space agency JAXA announced this week that it is looking at a plan to send a humanoid robot to the space station in 2013 that could communicate with the ground through Twitter — primarily feeding photos, rather than original ideas — and provide astronauts with “comfort and companionship”. Following up on US NASA’s “Robonaut” R-2 program, which is set for launch on the Discovery shuttle next week, the Japanese robot would be part of a larger effort to create and refine robots that can be used by the elderly, JAXA said in a statement. Japan is one of the leading countries in robotics and has a rapidly aging society with one of the world’s longest life expectancies. Improving robot communication capabilities could help elderly people on Earth by providing a nonintrusive (无干扰的) means of monitoring the robot owner’s health

and vital signs and sending information to emergency responders if there is an abnormality, JAXA said. “We are thinking in terms of a very human-like robot that would have facial expressions and be able to talk with the astronauts,” said JAXA’s Satoshi Sano. The robot was being developed with the advertising and communications giant Dentsu Inc and a team at Tokyo University. The NASA project has a human-like head, hands and arms and uses the same tools as station crew members. The “Robonaut” called R-2 is intended to carry out maintenance tasks in the station’s Destiny lab. NASA says it hopes that humanoid robots could one day stand in for astronauts during spacewalks or perform tasks too difficult or dangerous for humans. For now, the $2.5 million NASA robot is limited to activities within the lab.

60.According to the passage, a humanoid robot, put on the ISS, shall carry out the tasks except_______. A. take care of the ISS sometimes B. keep an eye on the health of the astronauts C. keep in contact with Earth D. get a friend for astronauts from Japan

61.Which of the following statements is TRUE according to this passage? A. The robot program will eventually benefit the elderly. B. R-2 program is in the charge of Japan’s JAXA. C. NASA is planning to communicate with the space station through Twitter. D. Japan has the largest number of elderly people. 62.From the passage we can know _______. A. many Japanese universities joined in the robot program B. future astronauts will become less lonely and more comfortable with the help of the robot C. robots could completely take the place of human astronauts in the future D. the robot program, having cost $2.5 million, can carry out all tasks C Someday a stranger will read your e-mail without your permission or scan the websites you’ve visited. Or perhaps someone will casually glance through your credit card purchases or cell phone bills to find out your shopping preferences or calling habits.

In fact, it’s likely some of these things have already happened to you. Who would watch you without your permission? It might be a spouse (配偶), a girlfriend, a marketing company, a boss, a cop or a criminal, Whoever it is, they will see you in a way you never intended to be seen- the 21st century equivalent of being caught naked. Psychologists tell us boundaries are healthy, that it’s important to reveal yourself to friends, family and lovers in stages, at appropriate times. But few boundaries remain. The digital bread crumbs(面包屑)you leave everywhere make it easy for strangers to reconstruct who you are, where you are and what you like. In some cases, a simple Google search can reveal what you think. Like it or not, increasingly we live in a world where you simply cannot keep a secret. The key question is: Does that matter? For many Americans, the answer apparently is "no." When opinion polls ask Americans about privacy, most say they are concerned about losing it. A survey found an overwhelming pessimism about privacy, with 60 percent of respondents saying they feel their privacy is "slipping away, and that bothers me." But people say one thing and do another. Only a tiny fraction of Americans change any behaviors in an effort to preserve their privacy. Few people turn down a discount at tollbooths (收费处)to avoid using the EZ-Pass system that can track automobile movements. And few turn down supermarket loyalty cards. Privacy economist Alessandro Acquisti has run a series of tests that reveal people will surrender personal information like Social Security numbers just to get their hands on a pitiful 50-cents-off coupon (优惠券). But privacy does matter -- at least sometimes. It’s like health: When you have it, you don’t notice it. Only when it’s gone do you wish you’d done more to protect it. 63.What would psychologists advise on the relationships between friends? A.Friends should open their hearts to each other. B.There should be a distance even between friends C.Friends should always be faithful to each other.

D.There should be fewer disputes between friends. 64.Why does the author say "we live in a world where you simply cannot keep a secret" ? A.Modern society has finally evolved into an open society. B.People leave traces around when using modern technology. C.There are always people who are curious about others’ affairs. D.Many search engines profit by revealing people’s identities. 65.What do most Americans do with regard to privacy protections? A.They change behaviors that might disclose their identity. B.They use various loyalty cards for business transactions. C.They rely more and more on electronic devices. D.They talk a lot but hardly do anything about it. 66.According to the passage, privacy is like health in that ______. A.people will make every effort to keep it B.its importance is rarely understood C.it is something that can easily be lost D.people don’t cherish it until they lose it D It had been a difficult move. I'd left my family and friends in Indiana, the beloved state where I'd lived most of my life. My new home in Florida was thousands of miles away from anything I knew. It was hot— all the time. Jobs were hard to come by, but I was up for almost any challenge. At last, I taught in a special school where students have severe learning and behavioral difficulties. Another teacher and I had spent weeks teaching the children appropriate behavior for public outings. Unexpectedly, only a few students, including Kyle, had not earned the privilege of going. He was determined to make his disappointment known. In the corridor (走廊) between classrooms, he began screaming, cursing, spitting, and swinging at anything within striking distance. Once his outburst died down, he did what he'd done when he was angry at all his other schools, at home, even once at a juvenile detention(拘留) center. He ran.

People watched in disbelief as Kyle dashed straight into the heavy morning traffic in front of the school. I heard someone shout, "Call the police!" But I ran after him. Kyle was at least a foot taller than me. And he was fast. His older brothers were track stars at the nearby high school. But I could run long distances without tiring. I would at least be able to keep him in my sight and know he was alive. After several blocks of running directly into oncoming traffic, Kyle slowed his pace. He took a sharp left. Standing next to a trash bin, Kyle bent over with his hands on his knees. I must have looked ridiculous. But his was not a look of fear. I saw his body relax. He did not attempt to run again. Kyle stood still and watched me approach. I had no idea what I was going to say or do, but I kept walking closer. He opened his mouth to speak when a police car pulled up, abruptly filling the space between Kyle and me. The school principal and an officer got out. They spoke calmly to Kyle, who willingly climbed into the back of the vehicle. I couldn't hear what was said, but I didn't take my eyes off Kyle's face, even as they drove away. I couldn't help but feel that I had failed him, that I should have done or said more, that I should have fixed the situation. I shared my feelings with a speech therapist who was familiar with Kyle's history. "No one ever ran after him before, Rachel, "she said. "No one. They just let him go." Things changed the day he ran and I ran after him, even though I didn't have the right words, even though I wasn't able to save him from the mess he was in. It was the day I didn't throw my hands in the air and decide he was too fast, a waste of time and effort, a lost cause. It was the day my mere presence was enough to make a profound difference. 67.Which one is true according to the passage? A. The author left her family to Florida because jobs were hard to come by in Indiana.

B. Students were allowed to go out after they passed some specific tests. C. The author worked in a school where students were excellent. D. No teacher had ever run after Kyle before the author. 68.The following descriptions about Kyle are true except______ .

A. he had some behavioral difficulties and once moved from one detention to another B. he used to run out to let out his anger when he was in school, home or juvenile detention C. different from his brothers, he learned in a special school instead of a normal high school D. he was moved by his teacher who treated him with more patience and understanding 69.Which is the correct order of the trace? ①He burst out when he knew he couldn't go out. ②I decided to run after him. ③Kyle stopped beside a trash bin. with it. ⑤He rushed into the heavy morning traffic. ⑦I walked toward Kyle. A. ①⑤②⑥③⑦④ B. ①⑤②④⑥⑦③ 70.The best title of the text is______ C.⑤④②⑥③⑦① . D.①②⑥⑦③④⑤ ⑥Kyle slowed his pace. ④A police car came and Kyle left

A. Kyle, a boy with learning and behavior difficulties B. The teacher who ran C. A school with special students D. A terrible conflict 第五部分:书面表达(满分 25 分) 阅读下面的短文,然后按照要求写一篇 150 词左右的英语短文。 Scientists find that hard-working people live longer than average m en and women. Career women are healthier than housewives. Evidence sho ws that the jobless are in poorer health dy shows that than the job-holders. A stu

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1、以约 30 个词概括短文的要点; 2、以约 120 个词就“努力学习,快乐生活”的主题发表看法,并包括如下要点: (1)你赞同“努力学习也可以快乐生活”这一观点吗?为什么? (2)举例说明你的同学是如何努力学习并保持健康乐观的心态的? (3)简述如何才能做到努力学习并快乐生活?

2015 高三英语作业 19-20 答案 单项填空 21-25 ABCBD 26-30 ABBAD 31-35 BBADD 完型填空 36-40 CBBCD 41-45AADBD 46-50 ACBDC 阅读理解 56-59 ADCC 任务型阅读 71. Definition 76. lacking 72. Differences 77.storage 73. start 74. loss 75. Resulting 80. Domestic 51-55 CDACB 60-62 DAB 63-66 BBDD 67-70 DAAB

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