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2015-2016 高三一轮

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周日测试(4)

第一部分: 第一节(共 5 小题;每小题 1 .5 分,满分 7.5 分) 1 .What is the weather like? 3 .Who is the man? post office. 5 .How does the man feel about his__salad? 听第 6 段材料,回答第 6 至 7 题。 6 .What is the relationship between the two speakers? A .Husband and wife. B .Boss and secretary. C.Friends. 7 .How long does the man stay at the college every day? A. 9 hours. B. 7 hours. C. 5 hours. 听第 7 段材料,回答第 8 至 9 题。 8 .When does the woman plan to arrive? A. Late Friday. B. Mid Saturday. C. Early Saturday. 9 .Why will the woman take a sweater or a light coat?. A .Because it can be windy at night. B .Because it can be rainy at night. C· Because it can be cold at night. 听第 8 段材料,回答第 10 至 12 题。 10.How are the speakers talking to each other? A. By e-mail. B. Over the phone. C. Face to face. 1 1 .What is the man going to do this evening? A .Help his sister with her French. B .Meet his friend at the train station. C .Go to an exhibition with his parents. 12.When will the speakers probably go to see a film together? A. In the evening. B. At the weekend. C. Next week. 听第 9 段材料,回答第 13 至 16 题。 13.Where did the man leave his suitcase? A. On a train. B. On a bus. C. In a car. 14.What color is the man’s suitcase? A. Yellow. B. Silver. C. Black. 15.Where does the conversation take place? A. In a hotel. B. At a Lost&Found. C. In a shop. A. Crazy. B. Disappointed. C. Satisfied. 第二节(共 15 小题;每题 1.5 分,满分 22.5 分) A. Sunny. B. Hot. C. Cold. A. C arol’s teacher. B. Carol’s boss. C.Carol’s father. 2 .What will Mike probably do? A. Play basketball. B. Visit Billy. C. Go shopping. 4 .Where does this conversation most probably take place? A. In a hotel. B. In a bank. C. In a

16.Which of the following can best describe the man? A. Considerate. B. Cautious. C. Casual. 听第 10 段材料,回答第 17 至 20 题。 17.How did Europeans know the exact time in the late 1700s? A .By looking at clocks at home. B .By looking at clocks in factories. C .By looking at clocks in public places. 18.What was the main purpose of a watch in Europe and the US in the 1800s? A .To show one’s confidence.B.To show one’s wealth. C .To show one’s social status. 19.What happened as a result of the industrial development? A .The quality of watches was improved. B .Many more watches were produced. C .More types of watches were available. 20 .What is this lecture mainly about? A .The development of watches and clocks. B .The functions of watches and clocks. C .The importance of watches and clocks. 第二部分 阅读理解(共两节,满分 40 分) A January 1: It has happened. I got a call today saying a little girl in Russia is now my little girl. There are a lot of papers to prepare, and we have to travel to Russia to bring her home, but now it is certain. I think I’ll tell some close friends. Jason is so excited. I haven’t told Steven yet. How can I tell a seven-year-old that he has a sister who is already five years old? January 10: Today I received a picture of Katerina. The picture is small and not very clear, but I look at it over and over again. I don’t know anything else about her. She has lived in a home for children without parents for most of her life. I wonder how I will talk to her. I don’t speak Russian, and she doesn’t speak English. February 1: Today I showed Katerina’s picture to Steven. He is very happy and wants to tell all his friends about his new sister. I want to buy some new clothes for Katerina, but I don’t know her size. I haven’t received any information from the adoption organization, and I’m feeling a little worried. February 16: Finally! Today we received good news! All the papers are ready and tomorrow we will go to Russia to bring Katerina home with us. February 18: Today I met my daughter for the first time. She is very small, very thin, and very shy. On the way home in the airplane, she slept most of the time. When she woke up, she cried. I am very worried and hope that I can be a good mother to Katerina. February 19: Steven met his sister this morning. Although Katerina was quiet at first, soon she and Steven began to talk in a mix of Russian, English, and hand movements. Steven and his sister get along well together. In fact, he is able to help her talk with Jason and me. I am worried about how Katerina will be in school. Next week she will start school. How will she speak with the other children? How will she understand her teacher?

March 21: Katerina looks much better now. She is heavier, her hair looks good, and her skin is clear. She loves to watch television with her brother, and she has learned to roller-skate. She is doing well in school, and her English gets better every day. Although she sometimes looks sad, and sometimes cries, most of the time she is happy. I think she is slowly getting used to her new life with us. After only three months, I can’t believe I could ever live my life without her. 21. Who is Katerina? A. Steven’s elder sister. B. An adopted girl. C.. Jason’s close friend. niece. 22. When back at home, what is the writer most worried about? A. How Steven can get along well with Katerina. B. How Katerina can communicate with Jason and her. C. Whether Katerina will adapt herself to the school life. D. Whether she can be a good mother to Katerina. 23. From the passage we know that in her new family Katerina ________. A. gets very fat treated 24. Where is the passage most probably from? A. A diary. B. An advertisement. B Paparazzi, or “paps”, are photographers who take pictures of famous people when they are not at the center of public attention. Paps are different from professional photographers or journalists because they never take ordinary photos. The goal for paparazzi is to get pictures that no one else will get and then sell the pictures to the buyer who offers the most money — normally a small newspaper, magazine or website. There is no law against paparazzi taking pictures in public places. However, there are laws that protect certain individuals. For example, child protection laws stop improper pictures of anyone under 16 from being published. There is also no law that stops paparazzi from following celebrities and taking their pictures either. However, if paps are secretly following them and taking pictures of their faces, they could get into trouble. Most paparazzi hang out on streets and hot spots for celebrities, waiting for the opportunity to take a picture of a star. Many stay on the streets until the early hours of the morning when celebrities are leaving nightclubs and looking a little worse for wear. However, some have other ways to make sure they get pictures. Many paps are in contact with “informers” who know the locations of celebrities at any given time. They then pass the information on to paparazzi. An informer could be anyone — from a restaurant waiter to a salesman. Most of the time, paparazzi get a bad reputation for following celebrities. But sometimes stars or their managers will contact paps themselves and tell them exactly where and when they will go. What a love-hate relationship between paparazzi and celebrities! 25.Which of the following things paparazzi might do would be against the law? A. Getting unsuitable pictures of a 10-year-old actress published. B. Taking pictures of famous people in public places. C. Following a famous woman singer secretly and taking her pictures. C. An essay. D. A speech. B. becomes depressed C. remains frightened D. is well D. The writer’s

D. Hanging out at the places where celebrities often appear. 26. In order to earn big money a pap has to ________. A. get the only first-hand pictures C. make friends with famous people 27. The fifth paragraph mainly tells us ________. A. how paparazzi get the pictures C. how paparazzi contact informers 28. What can we infer from the passage? A. Paparazzi always take pictures when famous people are tired. B. Stars hate paparazzi and don’t want to be followed. C. Paparazzi and famous people rely on each other sometimes. D. Informers might get paparazzi into trouble. C Founded in 1764 by French traders,St.Louis today is the fifteenth largest urban area in the United States.There are many attractive destinations for touists. American Kennel Club Museum of the Dog Dog lovers who visit St.Louis won’t want to miss this 14,000-square-foot museum.Inside are over 500 paintings,prints,watercolors,and a variety of other dog art objects. The Museum is open year round, Tuesday through Saturday 10 AM to 4 PM, and Sunday 1 PM to 5 PM.Admission is $5 for adults,$2.50 for seniors,and $1 for children up to 14. Anheuser Busch Brewery The Anheuser Buxch Brewery tour is not just for beer lovers.The tour includes the historic Brew House.Then the tour continues to the modern Bevo Packaging Plant.The best will be the Budweiser Clydesdale stables. The tours are always free. Gateway Arch Designed by Eero Sarinen and Hannskari Bandel,it took over two years and 900 tons of stainless steel to build.It is the tallest of the country’s National Monuments.The Arch is part of the Jefferson National Expansion Memorial.About one milion people per year come to the top of the Arch,where there is an observation platform providing a great view of the city. St.Louis Zoo First version of the St.Louis Zoo opened in 1904 at the St.Louis World’s Fair,but in the century since it has grown into one of the foremost zoos in the world. The Zooline Raiload passenger train takes visitors around the Zoo,which contains over 9,000 animals of over 800 species. The Zoo is open every day but Christmas and New Year,with summer hours of 8 AM to 7 PM, and hours the rest of the year of 9 AM to 5 PM.Admission to the Zoo is free. 29.If a senior high school student plans to visit American Kennel Club Museum of the Dog with his parents and his five-year-old brother,he has to pay ________. A.$8.5 B.$12 C.$13.5 D.$16 30.Which of the following statements about Gateway Arch is TRUE? A. It was built in three years. B. President Jefferson was buried there. C. You can see the city clearly on the top of the Arch. B. how dangerous paparazzi’s job is D. how much paparazzi pay for the pictures B. sell the pictures to a big newspaper D. know the locations of celebrities

D. It is the largest of the country’s National Monuments. 31. If you plan to visit St. Louis Zoo, you can go there A. on New Year B. on Christmas D As the first freshmen class of 2010 start their studies, the spotlight is on China’s new generation—the post-90s. Unfortunately, references in the press to the post-90s or post-80s generation are often linked to negative qualities: laziness, irresponsibility and, of course, not listening to their “elders and betters”. So are these new students destined for failure because of their lack of moral fiber? I think not. There are two main reasons Chinese young people are often misunderstood. First, every older generation thinks their young are the worst ever. There are even historical records of ancient Romans accusing teenagers of being particularly disobedient and not to following traditional values. Although the Roman Empire eventually collapsed, there’s no sign China is on the decline just yet, despite all those “lazy” post-80s kids who have joined the workforce. China’s young people only work hard when their tasks are interesting and meaningful. Your teachers may be disappointed that you have forgotten how to write many Chinese characters by brush, but a recent study showed the under-30s are China’s most enterprising generation. Second, the “strange” behavior of the young is sometimes blamed on the influence of Western values. A Chinese friend of mine was even banned from listening to Western pop music such as Britney Spears when he lived at home because his mother thought it was a bad influence. He’s now happy writing full-time about fashion and music for an English-language newspaper. Besides, if you look at history you will see traditional values never stop bad things happening: from crime and social turmoil to civil war. A certain dislike of the younger generation is universal. Researchers in Germany last month discovered older people actually enjoy reading negative news stories about the young. When given a choice of articles, they show more interest in the negative stories about young people which seem to give them a boost in self-esteem. Although respect for the elderly is an important part of Chinese culture, it’s not difficult to see a celebration of youth everywhere. TV presenters and advertising models, for instance, are noticeably younger in China than in the UK—perhaps because of the rapid development of Chinese society and the modern marketplace. So how should the youth respond to all the bad press they get? According to the German researchers, the young prefer to read positive stories about other young people. So it seems you don’t need my advice with this problem, you are already dealing with this negative news easily enough. 32. References in the press to the post-90s or post-80s generation are often linked to the following qualities: _______. A. rudeness and indifference C. laziness and disobedience influence of______. A. Chinese traditional values C. Chinese present situation B. Western values D. development of Chinese society B. irresponsibility and carelessness D. dishonesty and impoliteness . C. at 5:30 pm in autumn D. at 8:30 am in summer

33. According to the article the “strange” behavior of the young is sometimes blamed on the

34. The older people in German enjoy reading negative news about the young because_____ A. they want to find faults with the young C. they are concerned about the young A. Doubtful B. Pessimistic B. they are eager to boost their own self-esteem D. they are curious about the young C. Supportive D. Disapproving

35. What is the author’s attitude toward the post-90s or post-80s generation? 第二节(共 5 个小题;每小题 2 分,满分 10 分) How to Stay Motivated in High School Do you find it difficult, almost impossible to stay motivated about high school? There are so many demands on your time, along with the expectation of parents and teachers. You really want to look at all the “big picture”. Your time in high school is likely to be just a small part of your today life. 36 . (1) Set realistic goals and rewards. It can be as simple as doing your work and then taking a break to do something you like. 37 . It isn’t as though you have to do all of your work at one time. In other words, when you reach a good break point, give yourself some kind of reward such as doing something you enjoy and afterwards get back to work. (2) 38 . Consider your own parents, teacher, neighbor, or relative—anyone you respect and trust that can be in your corner to root for you and cheer you on. You want someone who has some life experience to counsel you. If you can find more than one source of such wisdom, it is all the better. Don’t ignore this suggestion. It can really save you a lot of heartbreak and suffering later on. (3) Have supportive friends. There are people who are going nowhere fast. 39 . Instead, stay around other motivated students who enjoy school, study and work hard because they are so positive. That positive influence will help motivate you. (4) Work with yourself not against. We all have energy levels. 40 . If your levels are low, determine what raises your energy levels to get you going. Then get as much done as you can. Also, don’t wait until later to get started doing things like your homework. One student explained that he would start work at the end of the class. Then when he got home, he was finishing the work rather than just starting the work. A. Then get back to work. B. Don’t hang out with them. C. Seek the wisdom of an elder. D. Try to go with the flow of your levels. E. But it can be the most meaningful years. F. Study hard, have fun and enjoy each year. G. Find classmates with whom you can share your concerns.

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)

In 1982, Steven Callahan was crossing the Atlantic alone in his sailboat when it struck something and sank.He got into a life boat, but his supplies were 41 .His chances of surviving were small. 42 when three fishermen found him 76 days later, he was alive —much 43 than he was when he started, but alive. His 44 of how he survived is fascinating. His cleverness —how he 45 to catch fish, how he evaporated(蒸发) sea water to 46 fresh water—is very interesting. But the thing that 47 my eye was how he managed to keep himself going when all hope seemed lost, and there seemed no 48 in continuing the struggle.He was starved and 49 worn-out.Giving up would have seemed the only possible choice. When people 50 these kinds of circumstances, they do something with their minds that gives them the courage to keep going.Many people in 51 desperate circumstances 52 in or go mad.Something the survivors do with their thoughts helps them find the courage to carry on 53 difficulties. "I tell myself I can 54 it," wrote Callahan in his book.Compared to what others have been through, I'm fortunate.I tell myself these things over and over, 55 up courage..." I wrote that down after I read it.It 56 me as something important.And I've told myself the same thing when my own goals seemed 57 off or when my problems seemed too terrible.And every time I've said it, I have always come back to my 58 . The truth is, our circumstances are only bad 59 to something better.But others have been through the much worse, that is, in comparison with what others have been through, you're fortunate.Tell this to yourself over and over again, and it will help you 60 through the rough situations with a little more courage. 41.A.full B.rich C.few D.enough 42.A.And B.Yet C.Still D.Thus 43.A.thinner B.stronger C.worse D.healthier 44.A.attitude B.assumption C.instruction D.account 45.A.assisted B.tended C.managed D.intended 46.A.make B.absorb C.select D.replace 47.A.attacked B.caught C.froze D.cheated 48.A.operation B.taste C.message D.point 49.A.firmly B.completely C.hardly D.generally 50.A.deal B.defend C.survive D.observe 51.A.similarly B.differently C.gradually D.commonly 52.A.pull B.take C.break D.give 53.A.for the lack of B.in the face of C.in exchange for D.as a result of 54.A.handle B.carry C.follow D.inspect 55.A.rolling B.using C.building D.making 56.A.defeated B.recommended C.introduced D.struck 57.A.far B.long C.ever D.even 58.A.feelings B.senses C.ideas D.influences 59.A.related B.measured C.contributed D.compared 60.A.see B.cut C.get D.think 第 II 卷 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)

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61 (develop) of industry, air pollution is getting more and more serious. In 62 air pollution. 64 (poison) 63 (follow) reasons: about half of the problem is caused by

Beijing, many people suffer different kinds of illnesses because Air pollution is caused by the

vehicles. There are more and more cars, buses on the roads, and they give off does harm to their health other reasons. We should take some measures to fight 67 65 to others. 66

gases. 25% of air pollution is caused by factories. Another factor is the smokers. Smoking not only these, about 10% of air pollution is caused by pollution. New fuel can be used to take 70 (solve). 68

place of gas. We can plant more trees. If everybody realizes the and does something to stop pollution, the problem will 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) Dear Editor,

69 (important)of environment

I'm writing to tell you about a shocked incident that happened in Beijing Zoo in the afternoon of Feb 23rd. I was visiting the zoo that afternoon while I heard bears roaring terribly. I hurried to the place where the bears lived at. I saw the black bear badly injured and one of them roll on the ground painfully. It was hurt too serious to move a foot. The people around was shocked, angry and blaming the wrongdoer. I learned that was a student from a famous university in Beijing who caused the trouble. He pulled sulfur and acid onto the bears or pretending to feed them. What an shame! Animals are our friends and something must be done to prevent them from being injured. 第二节:书面表达(满分 25 分) 作为一个中学生, 你肯定经历过多次考试, 体验过成功, 也遭遇过失败. 请你根据提示内 容,简要概述中学生普遍存在的对考试失败的两种态度, 并结合自身实际, 说明你的观点。 态度一 态度二 你的观点 当考试结果不尽人意时, 情绪低落, 丧失信心, 不再继续努力。 当考试失败时, 分析找出失败的原因, 鼓励自己, 增强自信, 避免再犯同样的 错。 失败乃成功之母, ……

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____________ 短文改错 I'm writing to tell you about a shocked incident that happened in Beijing Zoo in the afternoon of Feb 23rd. I was visiting the zoo that afternoon while I heard bears roaring terribly. I hurried to the place where the bears lived at. I saw the black bear badly injured and one of them roll on the ground painfully. It was hurt too serious to move a foot. The people around was shocked, angry and blaming the wrongdoer. I learned that was a student from a famous university in Beijing who caused the trouble. He pulled sulfur and acid onto the bears or pretending to feed them. What an shame! Animals are our friends and something must be done to prevent them from being injured. 书面表达

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I'm writing to tell you about a shocked incident that happened in Beijing Zoo in the afternoon of Feb 23rd. I was visiting the zoo that afternoon while I heard bears roaring terribly. I hurried to the place where the bears lived at. I saw the black bear badly injured and one of them roll on the ground painfully. It was hurt too serious to move a foot. The people around was shocked, angry and blaming the wrongdoer. I learned that was a student from a famous university in Beijing who caused the trouble. He pulled sulfur and acid onto the bears or pretending to feed them. What an shame! Animals are our friends and something must be done to prevent them from being injured. 书面表达

武邑宏达学校周测(4)听力录音稿 Text 1: M: Nice day, isn’t it? The sun is shining brightly. W: Yes. It’s neither hot nor cold. After all, it’s autumn already.

Text 2: W: Mike, would you like to go shopping with us today? M: Sorry, but I promised Billy I’d play basketball with him. Text 3: M: This is the third time you’ve been late for work this week, Carol. Be punctual, or you’ll get the boot. W: I’m sorry, Mr. Anderson. It won’t happen again. Text 4: W: Excuse me, Sir. I need some stamps and some envelopes as well. M: Will you please step right over there to the second window, please? Text 5: M: How’s your salad? W: Nice and fresh. What about yours? M: It’s kind of rubbish. Text 6: W: Hi, Tony! M: Hello, Cathy. What are you doing here? W: Oh, I was just passing. Would you like a ride in my car? M: I’d love to, but I have classes from two to four. W: Do you always come on your bicycle? M: Not really. When it rains, I come by bus. W: Do you have to work long hours here? M: No. We start at nine, and finish at four. And we have an hour for lunch from one to two. Oh, I have to go now. See you. Text 7: M: When are you leaving for the seaside town, Michael? W: I’m not sure yet, but maybe Friday after work. It’s a long drive. But I’d rather get there late Friday than mid Saturday. M: How long does it take to get there? W: Four or five hours. M: So, leave at 4:30 pm, right after work, then you’ll be there around nine or so. W: I suppose so. Thus, we could still have a good night’s sleep. M: What about clothes? What are you going to take? W: Mostly shorts and T-shirts. M: I’m afraid it will be a bit cold at night at the seaside. W: OK, take a sweater or a light coat, just in case. Text 8: W: Hello! Is that Sam? M: Speaking. W: This is Anne. You’ve finished all your exams, haven’t you? M: Yes, but I have to help my little sister with her French. W: That can be hard. You see, I’m calling to ask you to go to the cinema with me this evening. M: Sounds nice, but I’m afraid I can’t. A friend of mine is coming from the south and I have to pick him up at the train station. W: What a pity! How about the weekend then? M: I’m sorry, but I’ve arranged to go to an art exhibition with my parents. Shall we make it next week? W: When will you be available then? M: What about Monday evening? Is it OK?

W: Fine. Text 9: M: Excuse me. W: Yes. What can I do for you, sir? M: My suitcase was left on the train this morning. W: Which train did you take? M: I came from Southampton. W: Ah, a suitcase. Let me check. Ah, here’s one. What’s your suitcase like, sir? M: Well, it’s black with a silver handle and a yellow lock. W: I’m sorry, but this one is red. Oh, here’s a second one and it’s black. Can you unlock it? M: Yes, the password is 202901. W: You made it. Then, what’s in the suitcase, sir? M: There is a cell phone, some money, several credit cards, some letters and my passport. W: Passport? You can’t afford to lose that. M: Yes. I’ve been looking for it everywhere all morning. W: OK. Sir, take care of it. M: Thank you very much. Text 10: I am sure almost every one of you looked at your watch or clock before you came to class today. Watches and clocks are very important in our lives, but they were seldom seen in the United States before the 1850s. In the late 1700s, people did not know the exact time unless they were near a clock. There were delightful clocks on the squares of some European towns built for the public. After all, most people didn’t have enough money to buy their own watches or clocks. In the 1800s in Europe and the United States, the main purpose of a watch was to show others how wealthy you were. By then, with the rapid industrial development in the United States, measuring time had become very important since industrialization made it possible to produce large numbers of watches and clocks in factories. They became very cheap, and “being on time” gradually came into the language and our lives. 听力答案:1-5 AABCB 6-10 CBACB 11-15 BCACB 16-20 CCBBA

We middle school students have had many tests or exams and have both achieved success and suffered from failure, but different students take different attitudes to failure. Some fall in low spirits when they don’t do well in the exams, losing heart and no longer studying as hard as before. However, most students take an active attitude towards failure. By encouraging themselves to be self-confident,they find out and analyze the causes so that they will no longer make similar mistakes. In my opinion, failure is the mother of success, which can teach us a lot in the process of reaching our goals, and only by tasting failure can we enjoy the fruit of success.

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31-35. ADBAC 49. importance

36--40 .DABDC 45. but(also) 46. 50. be solved

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第一节:Dear Editor, I'm writing to tell you about a shocked incident that happened in Beijing shocking Zoo in the afternoon of Feb 23rd. on I was visiting the zoo that afternoon while I heard bears roaring terribly. I when hurried to the place where the bears lived at. I saw the black bear badly injured which that 或去掉 at bears and one of them roll on the ground painfully. It was hurt too serious to rolling seriously move a foot. The people around was shocked, angry and blaming the wrongdoer. were I learned that ^was a student from a famous university in 加 it Beijing who caused the trouble. He pulled sulfur and acid onto the bears or 去掉 or 或改为 when pretending to feed them. What an shame! Animals are our friends and something must be done to a prevent them from being injured. Sincerely Yours Li Hua 书面表达 We middle school students have had many tests or exams and have both achieved success and suffered from failure, but different students take different attitudes to failure. Some fall in low spirits when they don’t do well in the exams, losing heart and no longer studying as hard as before. However, most students take an active attitude towards failure. By encouraging themselves to be self-confident,they find out and analyze the causes so that they will no longer make similar mistakes. In my opinion, failure is the mother of success, which can teach us a lot in the process of reaching our goals, and only by tasting failure can we enjoy the fruit of success.


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