会昌中学 2015～2016 学年度第一学期高三第二次周大考
英 语 试 卷
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)
e does the conversation probably take place? A. In a restaurant. B. In a furniture store. C. In the woman's company. 2. What does the man want to do first? A. See the elephants. B. Have a cup of tea. C. Watch the dolphin show. 3. What is the woman probably going to do? A. Make a list. B. Do some shopping. C. Make a chocolate pie. 4. Why does the woman look upset? A. She experienced a theft. B. She was given a parking ticket. C. She couldn't find a parking space. 5. How will the woman go to the city church? A. By bike. B. By bus. C. By car. 第二节（共15小题：每小题1.5分，满分22.5分） 听第6段材料， 回答第6、 7题。 6. What was the woman's first job? A. A manager. B. A secretary. C. A teacher. 7. What is the woman asked to do in the end? A. Get a degree in English. B. Prepare for an interview. C. Send in a written application. 听第7段材料， 回答第8、 9题。 8. What does the man tell the woman to do at 3:00 pm? A. Feed the dog a treat. B. Give the dog some exercise. C. Let the dog watch a program. 9. What does the woman mean in the end? A. She refuses to watch the dog. B. She doesn't like walking the dog. C. She will take care of the dog herself. 听第8段材料， 回答第10至12题。 10. What day is it today? A. Tuesday. B. Thursday. C. Sunday. 11. What is the man's problem? A. He cannot receive any calls. B. He cannot dial any numbers. C. He cannot send short messages. 12. What does the man offer the woman? A. The phone number. B. The receipt of the phone. C. The serial number of the phone. 听第9段材料， 回答第13至16题。 13. How many persons will share the house?
A. Two. B. Three. C. Four. 14. Which year of university is the woman in now? A. The first year. B. The second year. C. The third year. 15. Why doesn't the woman like the second house? A. It is too expensive. B. It is not big enough. C. It is not near the university. 16. What do we know about the last house? A. It has a big garden. B. It is well furnished. C. The price is attractive. 听第10段材料， 回答第17至20题。 17. What is the first prize? A. A two-week holiday. B. A 500-pound camera. C. Two plane tickets to Jamaica. 18. When will the result of the competition come out? A. On August 25. B. On August 31. C. On September 15. 19. What requirement do the photos need to meet? A. They must be in black and white. B. They must be taken by kids over 18. C. They must have been taken on holiday. 20. What does the speaker remind the competitors to do? A. Write their information on the back of the photos. B. Take part in next month's super sports competition. C. Get their photos back after the competition.
第二部分 阅读理解（共两节，满分 40 分） 第一节 (共 15 小题；每小题 2 分，满分 30 分)
(A) Like any good mother, when Karen found out that another baby was on the way, she did what she could to help her 3-year-old son, Michael, prepare for a new baby. Day after day, night after night, Michael sang to his mommy’s tummy(肚子). Finally, Michael’s little sister was born. But she was in serious condition. With sirens (警报) howling in the night, the ambulance rushed the baby to St. Mary’s Hospital. The days inched by. The little girl became worse. The pediatric(儿科的) specialist told the parents to prepare for the worst. Michael kept begging about singing to his sister, but kids are not allowed in pediatric department at St. Mary’s Hospital. Karen made up her mind to take Michael to see his sister. She dressed him in an oversized suit and marched him into the hospital. He looked like a walking laundry basket, but the head nurse recognized him as a child and shouted,‖ Get that kid out of here now!‖ Karen rose up strong, and the usually mild-mannered lady glared steel-eyed into the head nurse’s face. ―He is not leaving until he sings to his sister!‖ Karen towed Michael to his sister’s bedside. He gazed at the tiny baby losing the battle to live. And he began to sing. In the pure-hearted voice of a 3-year-old, Michael sang,‖ You are my sunshine, my only sunshine. You make me happy when skies are grey.‖ Instantly the baby girl responded. Her pulse rate became calm and steady. Her strained breathing became smoother. ―Keep on singing, Michael.‖ ―The other night, dear, as I lay sleeping, I dreamed I help you in my arms…‖Michael’s little sister relaxed as healing rest seemed to sweep over her.‖ Keep on singing, Michael.‖ Tears conquered the face of the nurse.‖ You are my sunshine, my only sunshine. Please don’t take my sunshine away.‖ The next day—the very next day—the little girl was well enough to go home!
21.Which of the following can be the best title for the passage? A. It’s Hard to Raise a Baby B. Mother’s Love C. The Miracle of a Brother’s Song D. An Unforgettable Day 22.From Karen’s action in the first paragraph we know that________ A. mothers often pay much attention to their newly-born babies B. it often takes some time for a child to accept his/her newly-born brother or sister. C. it is good for children to learn to sing songs to babies D. mothers often tell their children how to look after their younger brothers or sisters 23.The underlined word ―strained‖ means _______. A. unnatural B. exciting C. deep D. blocked 24..Which words can describe Michael? A. Naughty and annoying. B. Strong and brave. C. Active and careless. D. Concerned and determined. (B) Shopping is easy with Safe-Buyer, a UK online shopping directory. All the online shopping sites listed on Safe-Buyer have been checked for security, delivery, range of goods and prices. We've reviewed the online shopping sites and awarded them a tick rating that's totally independent. So you can shop on the Internet without worrying. Here are some special offers on some shopping sites for you! View All Jessop Photo Codes & Deals Save l/3 0ff Photo Gift Orders at jessops.com/photo. Jessops Photo is a perfect choice for all photo printing needs, including canvas prints, photo books and more. First copy the code THIRDOFFGIFT. At the checkout, enter your voucher code for your discount! Special activity time: 29/09/2013-29/10/2013. View All Subside Sports Codes & Deals Save 15% Off Orders at subsidesports.com Online since 1997, Subside Sports offers an unmatched range of official football shirts and gifts: Over 5000 different products in stock with special offers up to 70% off. Official shirt printing for over 500 players. Personal Customer Services and quick delivery. First copy the code NEW15PROMO. At the checkout, enter your voucher code for your discount! Special activity time : 23/09/2013-23/10/2013. View All Always Personal Codes & Deals Free Delivery on Orders at alwayspersonal.co.uk. As a personalized gifts website, alwayspersonal.co.uk offers many gifts for us to choose from, including Photo clocks, Personalized Bags, Photo Key rings, plus more. Al1 our products come with Free Standard Delivery! The majority of our products are dispatched within 24 hours. First copy the code Free Delivery. At the checkout, enter your voucher code for your discount! Special activity time: 26/10/2013-06/01/2014.
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fertility of the entire system can be influenced，with soils lost during seasonal rains not being replaced. Perhaps the biggest problem can be seen in deltas, which are sinking into the oceans. Groundwater is being extracted to feed the city，causing the city to sink，and sediments washed away by the ocean are no longer being replaced. The result is that sea level rises in cities from Shanghai to Alexandria. 28.The Hoover Dam is mentioned in the passage in order to show________. A.dams play an important role in our life B.dams have impacted the flow of the rivers C.dams make people lose their land and houses D.dams have benefits as well as side effects 29.With many dams built across the rivers，fish ________. A.will find more places to lay their eggs B.will face a dangerous habitat C.will be fed on more sediments rich in nutrients D.will find it easier to deal with the rise of water 30.How can dams influence large cities like Shanghai? A．Their entire system will be influenced. B．The rainy season will last longer. C．They will lie below sea level in future. D．Rich soils will be washed away. 31.What does the passage mainly talk about? A．Environmental loss of dams. B．Cultural loss of dams. C．Economic gain of dams. D．Environmental benefits of dams. (D) Kids will often ignore your requests for them to shut off the TV, start their chores( 杂 事 ),or do their homework as a way to avoid following your directions. Before you know it, you’ve started to sound like a broken record as you repeatedly ask them to do their assignments, clean their room, or take out the trash. Rather than saying ―Do your chores now.‖ you’ll be more effective if you set a target time for when the chores have to be completed. So instead of arguing about starting chores, just say, ―If chores aren’t done by 4 pm, here are the consequences.‖ Then it’s up to your child to complete the chores. Put the ball back in their court. Don’t argue or fight with them, just say, ―That’s the way it’s going to be.‖ It shouldn’t be punitive(惩罚性的)as much as it should be persuasive. ―If your chores aren’t done by 4 pm, then no video game times until chores are done. And if finishing those chores runs into homework time, that’s going to be your loss.‖ On the other hand, when dealing with homework, keep it very simple. Have a time when homework starts, and at that time, all electronics go off and do not go back on until you see that their homework is done. If your kids say they have no homework, then they should use that time to study or read. Either way, there should be a time set aside when the electronics are off.
When a kid wears his iPod or headphones when you’re trying to talk to him, make no bones about it；he is not ignoring you, he is disrespecting you. At that point, everything else should stop until he takes the earplugs out of his ears. Don’t try to communicate with him when he’s wearing headphones — even if he tells you he can hear you. Wearing them while you’re talking to him is a sign of disrespect. Parents should be very tough about this kind of thing. Remember, mutual respect becomes more important as children mature. 32. According to the passage, it seldom happens that ________. A．kids turn a deaf ear to their parents’ requests B．parents’ directions sound like a broken record C．children are ready to follow their parents’ directions D．parents are unaware of what they are repeating to their kids 33.Parents will be able to deal with their children more effectively if they ________. A．avoid direct ways of punishment B．make them do things at their request C．argue and fight with their children D．allow their children to behave in their own way 34.It can be inferred from the passage that ________. A．parents should take off his headphones when trying to have a talk with their child B．it will make no difference that a kid is wearing his earplugs while talking to his parents C．parents shouldn’t give in to their kid when he shows no sign of respect D．kids’ purposely talking to their parents with iPod gives them a sense of power and control 35.The main idea of the passage is ________. A．that respecting each other is more important than anything else B．how kids behave to ignore and disrespect their parents C．that children should make choices and decisions on their own D．how parents can deal with their kids’ behavior effectively
第二节 （共 5 小题，每小题 2 分，满分 10 分） 根据短文内容， 从短文后的选项中选出填入空白处的最佳选项，其中有两项为多 余选项。 How to test best It’s back to school, which means it’s back to tests and which might also mean it’s back to being majorly stressed out . 36 Here are some simple ways to prepare thoroughly for tests. Schedule study time. Trying to do all studying the night before a test makes it impossible to master all the material. 37 .Instead, prepare for a test by scheduling study time each day for several days before. Use your time wisely.
38 Also, make sure you have all the supplies you need to study so you don’t lose focus. While studying, be sure to make regular short breaks. Get a snack, take a bathroom break or play a quick computer game when it feels as if your brain is about to explode. 39 Studying with a parent or friends can help you understand the material better and to learn from one another. Have every person or pair take a part of the material, and come up with questions to quiz the group. Keep the group small. Have everyone take turns as the group leader, who will assign the material, and make sure that conversation stays on what is being studied. Don’t forget last-minute prep. Have your sharpened pencils and other things in your bag ready the night before the test. It’s important to get a good night’s sleep and then eat a healthy breakfast the next morning. 40 . Also, studying all the way up until test time can only create more anxiety. Stop studying an hour beforehand. A. Form a study group. B. Stay cool before the test. C. It doesn’t have to be this way. D. This will help you store important information. E. This way, both your mind and body are fully prepared. F. Before studying , clear your desk so you can concentrate. G. It will also make you tired and stressed on the day of the test.
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；每题 1.5 分，满分 30 分） 阅读下面短文，掌握其大意，然后从所给的四个选项（A、B、C 和 D）中，选出 最佳选项。 Beware of those who use the truth to cheat. When someone tells you something that is 41 , but leaves out important information that should be 42 , he can create a false impression. For example, someone might say, ―I just 43 a hundred dollars on the lottery （彩票）. It was great. I took that dollar ticket back to the store and 44 it for one hundred dollars!‖ This guy’s a winner, 45 ? Maybe, maybe not. We then discover that he bought two hundred 46 , and only one was a winner. He’s really a big 47 ! He didn’t say anything that was 48 , but he deliberately left out some important 49 . That’s called a half-truth. Half-truths are not technically 50 , but they are just as not 51 . Untrustworthy candidates（候选人） in 52 campaigns often use this strategy. Let’s say that during Governor Smith’s last term, her state lost one million jobs and 53 three million jobs. Then she 54 another term. One of her opponents runs an advertisement 55 , ―During Governor Smith’s term, the state lost one million
jobs!‖ That’s true. 56 , an honest statement would have been, ―During Governor Smith’s term, the state had a net gain of 57 million jobs.‖ Advertisers will sometimes use half-truths. It’s 58 the law to make false claims so they try to mislead you with the 59 . An advertisement might boast , ―Nine out of ten doctors recommend Yucky Pills to cure nose pimples.‖ It 60 to mention that they only asked ten doctors and nine of them work for the Yucky Corporation. This kind of cheat happens too often. It’s a sad fact of life: Lies are lies, and sometimes the truth can lie as well. 41.A.false B. true C. interesting D. boring 42.A.included B. contained C. involved D. referred 43.A.lost B. found C. donated D. won 44.A.changed B. took C. turned D. made 45.A.right B. well C. really D. though 46.A.books B. papers C. tickets D. balls 47.A.winner B. loser C. fighter D. thinker 48.A.true B. real C. doubtful D. false 49.A.details B. information C. mistakes D. errors 50.A.stories B. truth C. facts D. lies 51.A.pleasant B. exciting C. honest D. clever 52.A.political B. commercial C. personal D. public 53.A.stopped B. found C. avoided D. gained 54.A.seeks B. gets C. achieves D. searches 55.A.writing B. reading C. saying D. speaking 56.A.Otherwise B. However C. In fact D. This way 57.A.one B. two C. three D. four 58.A.for B. to C. against D. in 59.A.words B. facts C. data D. truth 60.A.fails B. tries C. manages D. plans
第二节 （共 10 小题；每小题 1.5 分，共 15 分） 阅读下面材料，在空白处填入适当内容（1 个单词）或括号内单词的正确形式 It happened at a weekend in the 1970’s. Mum gave me two tickets for a film, telling me she was too busy to go together with me with the 61 (end)housework. She told me to keep the money if I could sell the extra ticket. I was very happy. At that time, a ticket cost only 20 fen. But to me, a little girl of twelve, 20 fen seemed quite a lot. I reached the cinema 62 (hurry).Holding the ticket in my hand, I began to look for a buyer. Just then a handsome young man, 63 noticed me and the ticket, came towards me with a big smile, ―You've got 64 extra ticket?‖ ―yes ,‖ I nodded. That's great .Say ―how much?‖ ―20 fen.‖ "Oh," he thought for a while and then took out a ten-yuan note 65 his wallet. "I'm terribly sorry, 66 I've only got this note." Seeing I was confused, he added, "Then how about waiting for a while 67 I have changed it in the cinema’s store? "Without much thinking, I agreed .Then we went to the cinema together. He walked very fast. I could hardly keep up with 68 Soon he disappeared in the Men's. I stood there 69 (puzzle).Suddenly I realized the handsome young fellow 70 (cheat) me. Before long I found that he'd sold the ticket to a little boy. He earned 20 fen, but lost his honor! 第四部分 写作 （共两节 满分 35） 第一节 短文改错（共 10 小题；每小题 1 分，共 10 分） The other day I happen to read an eighty-word passage about details. I found it prettily good.One who wants to achieve great success should pay attentions to details. Sometimes it is the details which determine our success, for it has a great impact on what we’re doing. We should form the habit of being careful, so a careful person rarely overlooks details. What’s more, we should learn to keep balance of quantity and quality. When facing with lots of work, the faster we do them, the more mistakes we usually make. In that case we are possible to neglect the details. So we should remember that quality comes first, without which quantity is of no important. 第二节 书面表达 (25 分) 请阅读这则寓言（fable） ，然后这则寓言中提炼出一个恰当的主题，写一篇不少 于 100 词的读后感。 A peacock （孔雀） was very unhappy with her ugly voice, so she spent most of her days complaining about it. ―It is true that you cannot sing," said the fox, "but look how beautiful you are!" ―Oh, but what good is all this beauty," cried the bird, "with such an unpleasant voice!‖ ―Listen," said the fox, "each one owns something good: you have such beauty;
the nightingale（夜莺）has her songs; and the owl（猫头鹰）has his eyes. Even if you had a sweet voice, you would still complain about another thing. Why can't you just be happy about what you have already got?" 内容包括： 1．简要概括这则寓言； 2．谈谈你的理解或感受； 3．以你或你身边的人或事加以论证。 注意 1．不得直接引用原文中的句子； 2．文中不得透露个人和学校信息；
会昌中学 2015～2016 学年度第一学期高三第二次周大考
第一部分：听力（共两节，满分 30 分）
第二部分 阅读理解（共两节，满分 40 分） 第一节 (共 15 小题；每小题 2 分，满分 30 分)
第二节七选五 36—40：CGFAE 第三部分 英语知识运用 第一节 完形填空
41—45：BADAA 61.endless 66.but cheated
56—60：BBCDA 65.from 70.had
第二节：语法填空（共 10 分；每小题 1.5 分，满分 15 分） 62.hurriedly 67.before/until/till 63.who 68.him 69.puzzled
第四部分 写作（共两节，满分 35 分） 第一节 短文改错（共 10 小题；每小题 1 分，满分 10 分）
1. happen –happened 4.which --that
2. prettily-pretty 5. so-because
3.attentions- attention 6.keep∧ balance 之间加 the 9. possible- likely
7.facing- faced 或把 with 去掉 10. important--importance
8. them- it
第二节：书面表达（参考范文） The fable is about a peacock who complains about her ugly voice ignoring her true beauty. But a fox advises her to be content with what she owns.
After reading it, I understand that we teenagers should find and make good use of our advantages, stopping complaining the shortcomings all the time. Many People around me make the same mistake, who only focus on what they cannot get. Take my friend Mike as an example. He does very well in all subjects, ranking as Top 10 in most of the exams. But he usually complains that he can't play basketball well because he is not tall enough. Never will he know how we admire him! In fact nobody can develop very well in all aspects even if he/she is talent. So we should stay positive and value what we have instead of complaining too much.?
听力原文： (Text 1) M: Honey, what do you think of this kind of wooden chair for our restaurant? W: It looks great, but it’s kind of small, just like the chairs in my company. How about this green one here? (Text 2) W: Let’s get something to drink and then go and see the elephants. M: But the dolphin show starts in two minutes. I really want to see that. We can get a cup of tea afterwards. (Text 3) W: Can you hand me four eggs, please? M: Sure. Do you need anything else? W: Yes, please. I need some sugar and chocolate. Now everything is ready for my super chocolate pie. (Text 4) M: You look upset. What’s wrong? W: I’ll never take my car downtown again. M: Did you get another ticket or couldn’t you find a parking space? W: I wish it were just that. My car was broken into. I lost my purse. (Text 5) W: Excuse me, sir. Could you tell me how I can get to the city church? M: Are you driving or taking public transportation? W: Well, I spent the whole day yesterday driving to see all the sights, so today I think I’d like to go by bus. M: Why don’t you walk with me? I’m heading in the direction where you can catch the first bus you’ll need to take. (Text 6) W: Good morning. I’m calling about the job advertisement in the paper yesterday.
M: Ah, yes. Could you tell me a little about yourself? W: Yes. I’ve been working in India as a secretary. Previous to that, I was at the University of Manchester. I’ve got a degree in English. M: I see, and how do you see yourself developing in this job? W: Well, I do hope that my career as a secretary will lead me eventually into management. M: I think the best thing for you to do is send in a written reply to the advertisement. W: Oh, I see. M: When we receive your application, we will arrange an interview for you. (Text 7) M: Hey, neighbor. I’m going out of town this weekend, and I was wondering if you could take care of my dog while I’m gone. You know my dog, Jaws, don’t you? W: Yeah. M: Just feed him a can of dog food a day, and make sure he has plenty of water in his dish. Oh, and he needs someone to take him for a walk around the block every afternoon. W: Well, how about if I just throw a ball over the fence to give him some exercise? M: No, he really needs a walk. Ah, and he likes to watch the 3:00 soap opera on Channel 4 and then you’ll need to brush his teeth after you give him doggie treats at 4:00. W: You must be out of your mind if you think I’m going to watch your dog. I wouldn’t watch that dog even if you paid me. (Text 8) W: Good morning. This is Jenny speaking. What can I do for you? M: Hi. I am calling to complain about the mobile phone I bought from you last Sunday. The model is Samsung Galaxy 3818. I cannot receive any incoming calls. It always gives callers a busy signal. Do you know what the problem could be? W: Can you send any short messages? M: Yes. I can also call other people. W: Could you please tell me how long this has been happening? M: Since this Tuesday — the day before yesterday. You know, initially I thought it was the mobile’s problem but then I realized it might be caused by the signal. W: Do you still have your receipt? M: I have it at home, but I don’t have it with me at the moment. W: Could you please read the serial number of your mobile phone to me? I can check whether there is a problem with the mobile phone itself. The sequence should begin with 08381. M: Just a minute. Let me see … yes, 08381823923. W: Sir, I have checked your mobile’s status and everything is fine. I see a note here by our engineer that there are problems with receiving calls due to the upgrading of
our network and it looks like your number could have been one of those affected. Our apologies for any inconvenience we’ve caused you. (Text 9) M: Good morning. W: Good morning. Um ... I’m looking for a place to rent near the university. There are three of us looking together. We thought we might share if we could find something suitable. M: So something near the university? W: Yes, if that’s at all possible. We are all students so it’d be good if we could find something within walking distance. M: Are you in your first year? W: No, I’ve been here a year already. M: So let me have a look at what we’ve got ... Well, there’s a two-bedroom house in Newtown which is quite cheap. W: Well, I like that it’s very near the university, but if we all want our own rooms, it isn’t really big enough. M: Too small. Give that one a miss? W: Yeah, I think so. Got anything else? M: What about this? Three-bedroom flat, close to the university ... It’s $400 a week. W: Oh, that’s too expensive. M: Well, here’s a three-bedroom house with a small garden. It’s near the airport, miles from the university, but it’s reasonably priced at $240 a week. Why don’t you go and have a look? W: All right. (Text 10) M And now here’s news about our latest competition. You won’t believe what we’re offering you this month. As this is International Year of the Family, you have the chance to win a wonderful family holiday in Jamaica. All you have to do is take a photograph which shows family life. It could be the children with their parents or their grandparents or whatever you wish. You don’t have to have taken it on holiday of course. Now, the lucky winner has the chance to spend two weeks at Silver Sands Bay in Jamaica. Two weeks of beautiful beaches, sunshine, plenty for everyone to do. There are water sports and children’s entertainment, and everything is included. That’s everything — food as well. Now, the second prize is a camera worth ￡500, and that’s certainly worth having for any holidays coming up. So send us your photograph — in color or black and white — by 31 August — that’s the closing date for entries … and listen to this program to hear if you’ve won or not. We will be announcing the winners on 15 September. Now, you must be over 18 years of age. I’m sorry kids, but you’ll have a chance next month in your super sports competition! Send your lucky photograph to us at DCM Radio, 25 East Hill, Brighton, Sussex. And don’t forget to write your name and address on the back of the photo. We can’t return
any photos, I’m afraid, so make sure you’ve got another copy if it’s your favorite.