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2015-2016 高三一轮

Time:2015-11-29
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周日测试(9)

第Ⅰ卷(共 100 分)
第一部分 听力(共两节,满分 30 分) 第一部分:听力(共两节,满分 30 分) 第一节(共 5 小题:每题 1.5 分,满分 7.5 分) 1.Where will the woman go first? A.To her house. B.To a bank. C.To a telephone booth. 2.What does the woman advise the man to do? A.To choose a proper color. B.To dress professionally. C.To reconsider the style. 3.What are the speakers doing? A.Enjoying the scenery. B.Commenting on a novel. C.Watching a movie. 4.Why was the woman late? A.Her roommate told her a wrong time. B.She wasn't informed of the time change. C.She forgot the time change. 5.What does the man mean? A.He doesn't know the contents of the note. B.He didn't notice anything. C.He is in the dark room. 第二节 (共 15 小题;每题 1.5 分,满分 22.5 分) 听第 6 段材料,回答第 6、7 题。 6.What is wrong with the girl's mother? A.She has got some heart problems. B.She has put on too much weight.C.She feels sick after doing housework. 7.Why doesn't Peter do exercises? A.He is too tired after work. B.He is too lazy. C. He can't spare the time. 听第 7 段材料,回答第 8 至 10 题。 8.When does the conversation probably take place? A.At the beginning of a term. B.In the middle of a term. C.At the end of a term. 9.What makes the woman worried? A.She failed her French exam. B.She may get a poor score in French. C.Her grade point average isn't satisfactory. 10.What will the woman probably do? A.Do a lot of practice with the man. B.Make a call to her French teacher. C.Ask the man's friend for help. 听第 8 段材料,回答第 11 至 13 题。 11.What are the speakers mainly talking about? A. Old people's work. B. The staffs living conditions. C. The features of a department store 12.Why don't old people in the Reynolds want to retire?

A.They have to support themselves. B.They are interested in their work. C.They enjoy working with young people. 13.What is said about Reynolds? A.It is the largest department store in the city. B.It respects the staffs willingness in some aspects. C.It provides everything people want for the office. 听第 9 段材料,回答第 14 至 16 题。 14.Where are the speakers probably? A.In the hospital B.In a gym C.In a studio. 15.According to the man, how can people reduce stress? A. By trying a new way of life. B . By taking some sleeping pills. C. By changing the way of dong exercise. 16.What does the man advise people to do? A.To have a rest during the day. B.To run down the stairs. C.To take a 5 - minute walk at lunchtime. 听第 10 段材料,回答第 17 至 20 题。 17.Which was important in Egyptian religion? A.God B.Love C.Nature 18.What do we know about Bast? A.She was an animal. B.She was in charge of love. C.She had the body of a cat. 19.Why did the Egyptians preserve a dead person's body? A.They did it in memory of the person. B.They wished the person to come back home. C.They believed the person could live another life. 20.What did the Egyptians do before they buried a dead person? A.They wrapped him in quilt. B.They put something he had used with him. C.They placed a mask made of jewellery over his face. 第二部分 阅读理解 (共两节,满分 40 分)

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The poaching, or illegal killing,of rhinos(犀牛) in South Africa is growing worse each year.The government recently reported that a record number of rhinos were poached in 2014,a year which had more rhino killings in South Africa than ever before. The World Wildlife Fund, or WWF,says about 20,000 rhinos live in South Africa.That is more than 80 percent of the rhinos in the world.Edna Molewa,South Africa’s environmental issues minister,says,“During 2014,we are sad to say this,1,215 rhinos were killed.This is a rise in the number of poached rhinos from 1004 in 2013 and indeed very worrying.” The animals are hunted for their horns(犀牛角). Many people in Asia believe the horn has curing power, which drives poachers,at all costs,mad for more horns.But there is no scientific evidence for this belief.The horn is made of keratin.That is the same thing as human hair,fingernails and toenails. Ms. Mo1ewa said 386 suspected poachers were arrested last year,an increase from the year before.But rhino protection workers say poachers often go unpunished after arrest.South Africa’s

legal system is ineffective. Ms.Molewa said more needs to be done and South Africa is taking strong measures to protect rhinos.The efforts include moving some of the animals to secret places in neighboring countries. “Now approximately 100 rhinos have been moved to neighboring states in the SADC region during 2014 and 200 more rhinos will be moved this year” Molewa said. Jo Shaw,the rhino program manager at the WWF,said,“we’re talking about a loss of a hundred rhinos a month. Or more than three a day. We really need to see effective action not just at a national level but internationally.”She says officials should find the criminal groups responsible for the poaching and punish them.Government officials are to meet in Botswana in March at the Inter-governmental Conference on Illegal Wildlife Trade. 21.What do we know about rhinos? A.Half of the rhinos live in South Africa. B.Less than 1,000 rhinos were killed in 2013. C.The killing reached the highest point in 2014. D.There are only 20,000 rhinos left in the world. 22.What is the main reason for people to hunt rhinos? A.To get more keratin. B.To protect the farmland. C.To use them for decoration. D.To make money from horns. 23.Jo Shaw thinks that_________. A.many criminal groups are well organized B.new laws are needed to punish the killers C.rhino protection needs international cooperation D.conferences about protecting rhinos are to be held every year 24.What can we infer from the text? A.Rhino protection has a long way to go. B.No one would like to buy horns in the future. C.The illegal killing of rhinos will soon disappear. D.Rhinos living in South Africa will move to other countries. B Do you know of anyone who uses the truth to deceive(欺骗)? When someone tells you something that is true,but leaves out important information that should be included, he can give you a false picture. For example,someone might say , “I just won a hundred dollars on the lottery(彩票).It was great.I took that dollar ticket back to the store and turned it in for one hundred dollars!” This guy's a winner,right? Maybe,maybe not.We then discover that he bought $ 200 worth of tickets,and only one was a winner.He’s really a big loser! He didn’t say anything that was false,but he left out important information on purpose.That’s called a half-truth.Half truths are not technically lies,but they are just as dishonest. Some politicians often use this trick.Let’s say that during Governor Smith’s last term,her state lost one million jobs and gained three million jobs.Then she seeks another term. One of her opponents(对手)says,“During Governor Smith’s term, the state lost one million jobs!” That’s true.However, an honest statement would have been, “During Governor Smith's term,the state had a

net gain of two million jobs.’’ Advertisers(广告商) will sometimes use half-truths. It’s against the law to make false statements so they try to mislead you with the truth.An advertisement might say,“Nine out of ten doctors advised their patients to take Yucky Pills to cure toothache. ”It fails to mention that they only asked ten doctors and nine of them work for the Yucky Company. This kind of deception happens too often.It’s a sad fact of life:Lies are lies,and sometimes the truth can lie as well. 25.We may infer that the author believes people should A.buy lottery tickets if possible C.be careful about what they are told A.final increase C.1arge share B.make use of half-truths D.not trust the Yucky Company

26.What do the underlined words “net gain” in Paragraph 5 mean? B.big advantage D.total number

27.What can we know from the example of the Yucky Pill advertisement? A.False statements are easy to see through. B.Half-truths are often used to mislead people. C.Doctors like to act in advertisements. D.Advertisements are based on facts. 28.Which of the following best expresses the main idea of the passage? A.He’s really a big loser! B.Sometimes the truth can lie as well. C.Advertisers will sometimes use half truths. D.It’s against the law to make false statements. C The Tropical Paradise Holiday Welcome to St Anna, our tropical paradise just off the coast of Latin America. You can spend two weeks in our luxury four-star hotel. The cost of your flight is included in the holiday, and you can be picked up from your home by our special airport bus. On your arriving, our coach will be waiting to take you to the hotel. All flights leave from Heathrow on a Monday morning. The Cowrie Hotel is built right on the beachfront, and many rooms have wonderful ocean views. If swimming and surfing are not enough for you, the hotel also offers horse rides on the island, and a discount membership of the golf club. The Rain Forest Adventure Holiday Every year Broughton holidays offer twelve days of unforgettable adventure in a tropical rain forest. You may have a choice of Borneo, Malaysia, Indonesia, or even to the greatest rain forest of them all, the mighty Amazonian forest. You will fly to our special base camps at the edge of the forest, where you will be given five days of survival training, and talks on the local wildlife. Then you take a bus into the forest. You will have to walk the final five miles to the camp sites to avoid disturbing the local ecology. All of the camp sites have been carefully built to cause the minimal amount of disturbance to the local wildlife.

Remember that these adventure holidays take you deep into the wilderness, and they are not suitable for families with young children. Also remember that no more than two dozen guests can stay at any camp at one time, so if you want to go on one of these very special holidays, you will need to book early! 29.What can we learn about the rain forest holiday? A. Travelers will learn to talk with wild animals. B. Different means of transportation will be used. C. The holiday will end with a survival training. D. Booking early, travelers will get a discount. 30.What kind of people will probably choose the rain forest holiday? A. People loving water sports. B. People travelling with children. C. People preferring comfortable hotels. D. People concerned with environment and wildlife. 31.Which of the following is mentioned in both holidays? A. Transportation. B. Price. C. Reservation. D Can you imagine a world without chocolate? It's not something I'd 1ike to do.so I was relieved to read that there’s a university with a program me to safeguard the future of chocolate! The University of Reading,in England,has just opened a new clearing house for all the world’s new cocoa varieties.They must be quarantined(隔离检疫)before they can be grown.Why? Cocoa production hit a record high of 4.4 million tons last year but about 30%of the precious crop is regularly lost to pests and diseases.Now we don’t want that,do we? Demand for chocolate has been increasing faster than the world supply of cocoa and researchers think that new varieties are key to solving this problem. The University of Reading has been protecting the quality of the new crops since 1985,after it took over the task from the Royal Botanical Gardens in Kew,London.And it has improved its facilities.The leader of the institution’s cocoa project,Professor Paul Hadley,says,“One of the main issues concerning cocoa improvement is the supply of reliably clean,healthy,interesting cocoa material.” The cocoa centre has a collection of 400 plant varieties and their greenhouse uses a lot of energy to keep them in tropical conditions.After up to two years in quarantine,clean and safe seeds are sent to some 20 countries,including several in West Africa.That’s where 75%of the cocoa used for chocolate worldwide comes from.The crop is extremely important for the local economy:it employs about two million people. Professor Hadley says he works with a small team of skilled technicians who look after the collection.And more of us seem to count on them now. The scientist says,“there is some concern within the industry that demand is increasing constantly,particularly in countries like China,where the standard of living is increasing and people are getting a taste for different chocolates.” 32.What is the text mainly about? D. Departure time.

A.Safeguarding cocoa seeds. C.Keeping cocoa in greenhouse. A.have cocoa skin removed C.ensure the quality of cocoa

B.Planting cocoa worldwide. D.Finding the new market for cocoa. B.offer more jobs to people D.supply cocoa for two million people B. Demand for cocoa is increasing fast.

33.The institution’s cocoa project is to_______.

34.What does the last paragraph tell us? A. The taste of chocolates is changing. 35.What’s the purpose of the text? A. To educate. B. To advertise. C. To warn. D.To inform. Tips on buying outdoor solar lights As solar lighting is becoming useful for homes, many different such outdoor lights can now be found in supermarkets. Here are some helpful tips for customers. Does your area receive enough direct lighting? __36. So you shouldn’t even give it a thought if you live in an area that doesn’t get much sunlight. These lights need direct sunlight, or they just won’t work very well. ___37. The expensive one usually means good quality. Choosing the cheapest ones will result in many problems. For once, it’s best to buy more expensive lights of high quality. 38._ At least you should know the difference between a $ 10 light and a $ 45 light. Buy lights that require less installation(安装) . Most solar lights are simply driven into the ground. Therefore, you shouldn’t deal with the difficulty in installing a system that involves anything more than that. 39. You don’t need to buy lights that require half an hour each to plant into the ground because that’s just a waste of time. Make sure the lights can store enough energy. Different solar lights can store different amounts of energy. __ 40. Therefore, you should choose lights that are able to store enough energy to last for a few hours or more, at least those that will last from nightfall throughout most of the night and part of the morning. A. Without sunlight, solar lighting is useless. B. Buy many solar lights instead of just one or two. C. It means some will stay lit longer than the others. D. Choose something a bit more expensive for once. E. Solar lights are becoming more and more popular. F. That doesn’ t mean you have to spend all your money. G. They should take a few minutes each to get into the ground. 第三部分 英语知识运用(共两节,满分 45 分) “Mum,you’re always on the computer!”Laure complained. “No,I'm not. ”I 41 . “Every day I come home from school you’re working on the computer.” “Well,at least I'm here 42 you!” 第二节 (共 5 小题;每小题 2 分,满分 10 分) C.People are concerned about cocoa varieties. D. Chinese have a long history of eating chocolates.

My daughter was right.Day after day,in my home office,I would stare into space as my 43 typed out the thoughts of a speaker or research completed for an article. It seemed that my work as a writer and speaker 44 my fingers to the keyboard and my mind to valuable ideas.What Laure did not 45 was that during her day away,I'd also be doing a lot of housework.It was only around three in the afternoon that I'd 46 seat myself at my desk for a few 47 moments of deep thought.Then she’d come in from school. I was 48 of myself on being available to my children.After all,I am a speaker on child behavior and parenting.But Laure’s observation 49 my heart.In her eyes,I must have been a mom who was 50 but unapproachable.I wouldn’t make such an image(形象)before her.My relationship with my children is more 51 than any other work. “Laure,”I called.“come here a minute.” She wandered to my doorway.I had decided to have her 52 me when I was too devoted to work.I wanted her to have the 53 to let me know when she thought I was cold. After I explained my 54 and the fact that I chose home office to be accessible to her and her sister, I offered Laure the following 55 . “Whenever you feel I'm ignoring you or you need my _56 , I want you to 57 me,I said,“just come up and give me a little hug, that’ll be our signal that you 58 me.” Years later we still have that 59 sign. I've become much more sensitive to my daughters’ comings and goings. 60 she always gives me a little hug to remind me of the real reason I work at home. 41.A.thought B.refused C.defended D.agreed 42.A.for B.over C.against D.after 43.A.feet B.hands C.eyes D.ears 44.A.connected B.turned C.gave D.added 45.A.admit B.realize C.believe D.recognize 46.A.1uckily B.gradually C.instantly D.finally 47.A.anxious B.precious C.busy D.rare 48.A.proud B.ashamed C.afraid D.scared 49.A.filled B.broke C.touched D.mended 50.A.suitable B.available C.acceptable D.reasonable 51.A.important B.funny C.obvious D.wonderful 52.A.warn B.persuade C.encourage D.remind 53.A.patience B.time C.power D.honor 54.A.pattern B.dream C.schedule D.choice 55.A.promise B.chance C.answer D.truth 56.A.help B.attention C.decision D.advice 57.A.hug B.shake C.kiss D.kick 58.A.miss B.hate C.need D.scold 59.A.unknown B.unexpected C.unfinished D.unspoken 60.A.And B.But C. Or D. Yet

第Ⅱ卷(共 50 分)
第三部分 英语知识运用(共两节,满分 45 分) 第二节(共 10 小题;每小题 1.5 分,满分 15 分) Australia, the sixth largest country, is the only country 61.__________ is also a continent. It is a

mainly dry country 62.___________ only a few coastal areas. 63._______________ (approximate) 80 of Australians live in the south-eastern coastal area, 64._______________ includes Melbourne and Sydney. Australia is famous for its 65.________________(usual) wildlife, 66.____________ (include) Kangaroos and Koalas. Australia is made up of six states. 67_________the states in America, Australian states are autonomous in some areas of government. 68______________ , Australia has a federal government responsible for matters that affect people all over the country. The federal parliament is 69._______ ______ (locate) in Canberra. “ We welcome those who come from different cultural and 70.____________(society) backgrounds into our nation,” says the Minister for Citizenship and Multicultural Affairs. 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) When I first learn to write in English, I ran into much difficulties. The main problem was that I always thought in Chinese and tried to translate into my own language everything which I came across while I was reading. My teacher advised myself to keep a diary. I followed his advices and put down 100 words or so each day. Soon I began to enjoy talk to myself as I was learning to express myself with simple English. One day I wrote a story and showed to my teacher. He liked it very much that he read it to the class. All said that the story was a good one. Their words were an great encouragement to me. 第二节 书面表达(满分 25 分) 假 定 你 是 李 华 , 贵 校 在 学 生 中 征 集 意 见 , 询 问 学 生 是 否 赞 成 开 设 iPad 课 堂 ( iPad classrooms)。你支持开设 iPad 课堂;请给校长写一封建议信,要点如下: 1. 资源丰富;2. 促进交流;3. 利于环保;4. 其他理由。 注意: 1. 词数 100 左右;2. 可以适当增加细节,以使行文连贯;3. 开头语已为你写好。 Dear Headmaster, We have been asked about our opinions on opening iPad classrooms.____________________ ________________________________________________________________________________ ________________________________________________________________________________ ______________ Yours sincerely, Li Hua

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____________ 短文改错 When I first learn to write in English, I ran into much difficulties. The main problem was that I always thought in Chinese and tried to translate into my own language everything which I came across while I was reading. My teacher advised myself to keep a diary. I followed his advices and put down 100 words or so each day. Soon I began to enjoy talk to myself as I was learning to express myself with simple English. One day I wrote a story and showed to my teacher. He liked it very much that he read it to the class. All said that the story was a good one. Their words were an great encouragement to me.

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When I first learn to write in English, I ran into much difficulties. The main problem was that I always thought in Chinese and tried to translate into my own language everything which I came across while I was reading. My teacher advised myself to keep a diary. I followed his advices and put down 100 words or so each day. Soon I began to enjoy talk to myself as I was learning to express myself with simple English. One day I wrote a story and showed to my teacher. He liked it very much that he read it to the class. All said that the story was a good one. Their words were an great encouragement to me.

02. (Text2) M: With this new job, I’ve got to start dressing more professionally. W: Maybe you need a suit. M: Yes, I think so. What about this one? W: Well, the style is fine. You might want to reconsider the choice of color. (Text3) W: What do you think of it? M: I particularly enjoyed the description of the scenery.. The characters were quite well developed. W: Well, I think it was perhaps a bit long. I was a bit relieved when I finally finished it. M: Oh, I feel that way, too. (Text4) W: I’m sorry I am late. M: What’s wrong with you? I left a message with your roommate about the time change. W: She has a very short memory and it really gets on my nerves sometimes. M: Oh, I see. (Text5) W: Do you have any idea what this notice about? M: I’m as in the dark as you are. (Text6) M: Hi, up with you. It’s important to do some exercises. You mustn’t be too lazy. W. Oh. Daddy! Mum doesn’t do any exercises, either. I’m not the sporty type. I’m too fat to do sport. M: The doctor told her she had to rest because of the problem she has with her heart. W: But what about Peter? M: He’s too busy. After all, he has to support this four-people family. He has to work very long hours and he couldn’t finish earlier. It’s impossible for him to do some exercises. W: I know, you and mummy prefer boys to girls. M: Come on, darling. Won’t you become a nice girl. (Text7) M: Hi, Barbara! Did you have a nice break? W: Hi! I sure did. I’m glad to be back…one more term to go. M: Yeah. How’s your course? M; Why? W: I’d love to learn French, but I don’t want to ruin my grade point average.. If I don’t do well, how will it look on my record? Do you think I should drop the course? M: That’s a tough decision. But, look. Just be sure to get a lot of practice. You know, I have a friend who’s French-speaking. Do you want her number? Maybe you could get together. W: Do you think she minds?

M: I bet she’d love to talk to you in French. W: That might be fun. (Text8) W: Can you tell me what is so special about your department store? M: Well, yes, it is special. Reynold’s is a large department sore and you can find everything you want for the home here. W: Yes, that’s right, but isn’t there something special about the staff—you know—has anybody retired recently? M: No. Nobody has retired recently, and we never force anybody to retire here. W: How old is your employee? M: Well, that would be Arthur. Arthur is our cleaner, and he’s 87. W: 87! And he cleans the store every day? M: Well, not alone, no. He works with two other cleaners. They’re not so old—Mabel’s 70 and Ivy’s 75—76. That’s right, she just had her birthday. W: And they don’t want to retire? M: No. I think they enjoy the work, and it keeps them young.

(Text10) M: The religion of the ancient Egyptians was based on nature. The sun, the wind and the animals which the Egyptians used on their land were all important in Egyptian religion. The chief god was Ra who represented the sun. But the Egyptians had many other gods, some of whom had the heads of animals. Bast was the soul of a man could live on if the body was preserved in a special way. The word “mummy” comes from an ancient Egyptian word meaning “tar”, and tar was one of the things which the ancient Egyptian used to preserve the body after death. The bodies were then wrapped in cloth, and dressed with jewels and necklaces. A mask was placed over the face of the dead person. And for the very important people, the mask was made of gold. The body of the dead person was buried together with things that the person had used during his life on earth, and things which he would need in the next life. Some of the tombs in which the bodies were kept were huge and beautiful structures. They were full of rare and expensive treasures.

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02.1-5CABBA 阅读理解 完形填空 语法填空 6-10ACABC 11-15CBBCA 16-20ACBCB 21-25 CDCAC 26-30 ABBBD 31-35 AACBD 36-40 ADFGC 41-45 CABAB 46-50DBACB 51-55ADCCA 56-60BACDA 61. That 62 with 63 Approximately 66 短文改错 71 74 77 80 an—a 写作答案: 第二节 书面表达(共 1 小题,满分 25 分) 第三节 Dear Headmaster, We have been asked about our opinions on opening iPad classrooms. I am in favor of this plan for the following reasons. To begin with, everyone learns differently. Students can customize their iPad with materials that fit their level and learning style, and thus tailor it to different needs. Moreover, when connected to the Internet, students can interact with teachers and classmates about what they learn more conveniently. For the sake of environmental protection, opening iPad classrooms is a good way to save trees that we have been cutting down for paper. Most importantly, I believe students will develop their interests in the subjects by enjoying a new way of learning. I hope you would take my ideas into consideration and we look forward to attending an iPad class. Yours sincerely, Li Hua learn--learned myself--me 75 with--in 72 much--many 73 去掉 which 或改为 that 76 talk—talking 79 very—so including 67 Like 68 However 64 which 69 located 65 unusual; 70 social

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