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甘肃省会宁县第四中学2016届高三上学期第三次月考英语试题 Word版含答案.doc

会宁四中 2015-2016 学年度第一学期高三级第三次月考 英语试卷
第一部分 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) 阅读下列短文,从每题所给的四个选项(A、B、C 和 D)中,选出最佳选项。 A Pesca was the smallest human being I ever saw. He had left Italy for political reasons, and had been working as a teacher in London for many years. The ruling idea of Pesca‘s life was to show his thanks to the country that had given him a shelter by doing his best to turn himself into an Englishman. He desired to become an Englishman in his habits and amusements, as well as in his personal appearance. Finding us distinguished, as a nation, by our love of athletic exercises, the little man devoted himself to all our English sports and recreations. I saw him risk his life blindly in the sea at Brighton where we were bathing together. If we had done any exercise unique to my own nation I would have looked after Pesca carefully; but as foreigners are generally quite as well able to take care of themselves in the water as Englishmen, it never occurred to me that the art of swimming might add one more to the list of manly exercises which he believed that he could learn on the spot. Soon after we had both struck out from shore, I stopped, finding my friend didn‘t follow me. To my amazement, I saw nothing but two little arms struggling above the surface of the water. I dived and pulled him back to the shore. When he recovered, his warm Southern nature broke. He declared that he should never be happy again until he offered me some service which I might remember to the end of my days. Little did I think then that the opportunity of serving me was soon to come; that he was eager to seize it; and that by so doing he was to turn my existence into a new channel. If I had not dived for Professor Pesca when he lay under water, I should never, perhaps, have heard even the name of the woman, who now directs the purpose of my life. 1.The author didn‘t look after Pesca carefully when bathing in the sea due to the fact that .

A. he was sure that Pesca was a very good swimmer B. foreigners were generally bathing not far from the shore C. he was sure that Pesca would learn to swim on the spot D. they both had done the unusual English exercise before 2.The bathing accident was mentioned mainly to show that A. the author was quite helpful to those in need B. one can never be too careful when bathing in the sea C. Pesca sometimes acted rather thoughtlessly D. showing off one‘s manly behavior may cause others trouble 3.Why did Pesca want to do the author some favor? A. He would have died without the author‘s help. C. He enjoyed doing something unforgettable. 4.What can we infer from the last paragraph? A. Pesca missed an opportunity to reward the author. B. Pesca met a woman who later directed his life. C. Pesca turned his existence into a new channel. D. Pesca changed the author‘s life completely. B Northern Lights Author: Philip Pullman Publisher: Scholastic Price: $17.5 Book Description: When "Northern Lights" was published in 1995, the adventures of Lyra and her daemon (精灵) was immediately recognised as a masterpiece of children's fiction. It won the Carnegie Medal and the Guardian Fiction Award, and has gone on to sell in its millions to children and adult readers across the world. B. He treated the author as his best friend. D. His warm nature made him so. .

The Ruby in the Smoke Author: Philip Pullman Publisher: Alfred A. Knopf Price: $10.3 Book Description: In search of clues to the mystery of her father's death, 16-year-old Sally Loekhart ventures into the shadowy underworld of Victorian London. Pursued (追杀) by villains (歹徒)at every turn, the intrepid Sally finally uncovers two dark mysteries – and realizes that she herself is the key to both. Philip's Solar System Observer's Guide Author: Peter Grego Publisher: Philip's Price: $ 34.5 Book Description: It is a practical and colourful introduction to our "corner" of the universe. It describes how to observe not only the planets but also the Moon, Sun, comets, meteors (流星), asteroids (小星星) and other objects found within our Solar System. It is aimed at users of binoculars (双筒 望远镜) and small to medium telescopes.

The Firework-maker's Daughter Author: Philip Pullman Publisher: Random House Publishers Price: $15.2 Book Description: Lila wants to be a Firework-Maker. But every Firework-Maker must make a dangerous journey to face the terrifying Fire-Fiend! Can Lila possibly survive? Especial ly when she doesn't know she needs special protection to survive her flames... The exciting and heart-warming story of Lila's journey to face the fearful fire fizzes (嘶嘶 响) with fun and drama.

Order now, you can get a 20% discount. More information, please click here. 5. If you want to buy two copies of the book published by Scholastic at once now, you should pay __ A. $35 B. $17.5 C. $28 D. $14 " D. brave

6. The underlined word "intrepid" here can be replaced by " A. fearful B. careful C. pretty

7. If you have a binocular and want to know how to observe the Moon, you should buy A. Philip's Solar System Observer's Guide C. Northern Lights B. The Ruby in the Smoke D. The Firework-maker's Daughter

8. The text above is probably taken from _________. A. a book B. a website C. a newspaper C Public don‘t trust scientists partly because it is not clear what is science and what is technology, what is discovered and what is manufactured. Most governments, perhaps all governments, prove the value of public spending on scientific research in terms of the economic benefits the scientific research has brought in the past and will bring in the future. Politicians remind their voters of the wonderful machines o ur scientists have invented, the new drugs to relieve old diseases, and the new medical equipment and techniques by which previously incurable conditions may now be treated and lives saved. At the same time, the politicians demand that scientists suit their research to economic needs, and that they put in the first place research proposals that are ―near the market‖ and can be translated into the greatest return in the shortest time. Dependent on politicians for much of their funding, scientists have little choice but to obey. Like the rest of us, they are members of a society that values the creation of wealth. Many have different opinions, but keep them to themselves. In such circumstances no one should be too hard on people who are doubtful about conflicts of interest. When we learn that the distinguished professor trying to convince us of the safety of a particular product is a consultant (顾问) of the company making it, we cannot be blamed for wondering whether the money he receives from the company might cloud his professional judgment. Even if the professor holds no consultancy with any firm, some people may still distrust him because of his association with those who do, or at least wonder about the D. a magazine

source of some of his research funding. This attitude can have damaging effects. It questions the honesty of individuals working in a profession that thinks intellectual honesty is the most important. This makes it easier to distrust all scientific statements, especially those made by the scientists who present themselves as experts. The scientist most likely to understand the safety of a nuclear reactor, for example, is a nuclear engineer, and a nuclear engineer is mostly likely to be employed by the nuclear industry. If a nuclear engineer declares that a reactor is unsafe, we believe him, because clearly it is not to his advantage to lie about it. If he tells us it is safe, on the other hand, we distrust him, because he may well be protecting the employer who pays his salary. 9.What is the chief concern of most governments when it comes to scientific research? A. The budget for a research project. C. The reduction of public spending. B. Support from the voters. D. Quick economic returns. .

10.Scientists have to adapt their research to economic needs in order to A. translate knowledge into wealth C. obtain funding from the government

B. impress the public with their achievements D. turn the value of their existence into reality

11.According to the author, people doubt the professional judgment of scientists because .

A. they could be influenced by their association with the project concerned B. sometimes they hide the source of their research funding C. some of them do not put intellectual honesty in the first place D. their statements often turn out to be wrong 12.Why does the author say that public distrust of scientists can have damaging effects? A. It makes things difficult for scientists seeking research funds. B. People would not believe scientists even when they tell the truth. C. It may discourage scientists from doing independent research. D. Scientists themselves may doubt the value of their research findings. D Obviously your mom had it right when she threatened to wash your mouth out with soap if you talked dirty. Lying really does create a desire to clean the ―dirty‖ body part, according to a study by University of Michigan.

―The references to ?dirty hands‘ or ?dirty mouths‘ in everyday language suggest that people think about abstract issues of moral purity in terms of more experiences with physical purity,‖ said Spike W.S. Lee, a U-M doctoral candidate, who conducted the study with Norbert Schwarz, a psychologist. For the study, Lee and Schwarz asked 87 students to play the role of lawyers competing with a colleague, ―Chris‖, for a promotion. Each was asked to imagine they found an important document that Chris had lost, and that returning the document would help his career and hurt their own career. Each participant was instructed to leave Chris a message by either voice mail or e-mail, telling him who they were and either lying that they could not find his document or telling the truth that they had found the document. Next, participants rated the desirability of several products and reported how much they were willing to pay for each product. The products included mouthwash (漱口剂) and hand sanitizer (洗手液). Study participants who lied on the phone, leaving an untrue and mean voice mail, felt a stronger desire for mouthwash and were willing to pay more for it than those who lied on e-mail. And conversely, those who lied on e-mail, typing the same mean message, felt a stronger desire for hand sanitizer and were willing to pay more for that. Saying nice and morally correct things, on the other hand, made it less appealing to clean the body part involved in conveying the message. Verbal lying increased participants assessment of mouthwash while lying on e-mail, using their hands, increased the assessment of hand sanitizer‘s value. ―This study shows not only do people want to clean after a dirty deed, but they want to clean the specific body part involved,‖ Schwarz said. 13.The study proved that .

A. there is a need to clean the body part that lies B. the cleaner you are, the fewer lies you will tell C. mothers care for their children‘s mouth clean D. telling a lie makes you want to have a bath 14.According to the passage, Chris is A. a mouthwash and hand sanitizer seller C. a college student . B. a famous careless lawyer D. an imaginary character

15.If you tell a lie by writing, you might wash A. your eyes 第二节 B. your hands C. your head

. D. your feet

(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能填入空白处的最佳选项。选项中有两项为 多余选项。 Apps (应用程序) can teach some great things—at low or no cost. 16 Too much screen

time can impact everything from kids‘ health to their school readiness. Here are smart tips to manage your kids app habit. There are better teething devices than electronics. If your kids start to put your phone in their mouth, they‘re too young to use it. 17 18 And check out the apps before your kids do

Pay attention to what they‘re doing.

to make sure that the subject matter is right for their age. Can they understand the words? Can they manipulate (操作) the game? Really young kids are still developing their motor (动作) skills, so unless you want a frustrated child on your hands, make sure that a game doesn‘t require lots of coordination to play. Don‘t make phones a habit. 19 If they associate going to restaurants or driving in a car

with playing games on your phone, it will be difficult to transition out of the behavior. Keep an eye on the phone. They can get dropped—on the floor, in a toilet—wedged in a seat, left in a seat pocket, etc. These things are expensive! Remember that you‘re their role model. want to be, too. A. But that doesn‘t mean that you should always hand over your phone when your little one is bored. B. Find something else for them to chew, shake, or throw. C. Make sure you download age-appropriate apps—there are lots of them. D. Remember that kids quickly develop routines. E. Little kids love apps—and so do most parents. F. The ability to tap and touch can lead to hours of fun, especially for tiny fingers. G. Kids learn their behavior from you. 第二部分:英语知识运用(共两节,满分 45 分) 20 If you‘re always on your phone, they‘ll

第一节:完形填空(共 20 小题;每小题 1.5 分,满分 30 分) 阅读下面短文,从短文后各题所给的四个选项(A、B、C 和 D)中,选出可以填入空白处的 最佳选项。 Finally, I entered the college. Because of my careful the school year. Then, 22 21 , I did not have to work during

came and it was time to work harder than ever. I continued 23 tennis camps several mornings a week and worked as a

working as a waitress at night, secretary for a few hours in the

24 . I even decided to take a class at a community college. 25 me $650.

This class at the community college

During my second and third years of undergraduate schooling, I decided to work about five hours per week in the campus admissions office 26 phones. This provided a little spending 27 looked hopeful as I 28 summer.

money and kept me from draining my savings. The overall

approached my senior year as long as I could make as much money as I had the I wanted to go to Israel to study for 3 weeks, but I 29

in making this decision because it

would cost me $1,600 or more to get the credits in Israel. About two weeks later my Mom called to tell me that I had $1,600 in the 30 that I had forgotten about! One of my 32 31 about

this trip was not only the cost, but the worked together to make this trip happened to me. This experience has 34 the 35 33

of time to make money. The way everything

was one of the most exciting things that have ever

me in many important ways. The first thing that I learned was 36 38 and to

of a strong work ethic (道德). Working long hours did a lot to build my 37 of a dollar. It also made me learn how to find creative

helped me learn the difficult problems.

Whenever I am overwhelmed or afraid of the 40 . 21.A.savings 22.A.summer 23.A.designed 24.A.evenings 25.A.rewarded 26.A.answering B. revision B. spring B. planned B. afternoons B. charged B .making C. searching C. autumn C. instructed C. mornings C. paid C. repairing


, I can remember my $64,268

D. timing D. winter D. visited D. weekends D. saved D. receiving

27.A.course 28.A.former 29.A.delayed 30.A.school 31.A.plans 32.A.demand 33.A.possible 34.A.changed 35.A.pleasure 36.A.perspiration 37.A.significance 38.A.arrangements 39.A.experience 40.A.savings

B. payment B. next B. failed B. bank B. interests B. need B .interesting B. replaced B. importance B. temper B. desire B. solutions B. summer B. credit

C. situation C. following C. hesitated C. apartment C. expectations C. loss C. available C. shaped C. meaning C. determination C. value C. answers C. dilemmas C. miracle

D. job D. previous D. feared D. dormitory D. concerns D. desire D. worthwhile D. improved D. value D. character D. existence D. measures D. future D. performance

第二节 (共 10 小题;每小题 1.5 分,满分 15 分) 阅读下面材料,在空白处填入适当的内容(不多于 3 个单词)或括号内单词的正确形式。 People use their mouths 41 many things. They eat, talk, shout and sing. They 42 (express) using the word

smile and they kiss. In the English language, there are many ―mouth‖. But some of them are not so nice. For 43

, if you say bad things about a person, the

person might protest and say ―Do not bad mouth me.‖ Sometimes, people say something to a friend or family member 44 they later regret because it hurts that person‘s feelings. Or they 45 (suppose) to tell. The speaker might say: ―I really

tell the person something they were not

put my foot in my mouth this time.‖ If this should happen, the speaker might feel ―down in the mouth‖. In other words, he might feel sad for person is speaking, he says the 47 46 (say) the wrong thing. Sometimes when one

thing as his friend was going to say. When this happens,

the friend might say: ―You took the words right out of my mouth!‖ Some people have lots of money because they 48 (bear) into a very rich family. There is an expression for this, too. You 49

might say such a person ―was born with a silver spoon in his mouth‖. This rich person is

opposite of a person who lives ―from hand to mouth‖. This person is very poor and only has enough money for 50 (important) things in life, like food.

第三部分: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) 假定英语课上老师要求同桌之间交换修改作文,请你修改你同桌写的以下作文。文中共 有 10 处语言错误,每句中最多有两处,每处错误仅涉及一个单词的增加、删除或修改。 增加:在缺词处加一个漏词符号(∧),并在其下面写出该加的词。 删除:把多余的词用斜线(\)划掉。 修改:在错的词下画一横线,并在该词下面写出修改后的词。 注意:1.每处错误及其修改均仅限一词; 2.只允许修改 10 处,多者(从第 11 处起)不计分。

My name is Nina Francis and I am in Class 3B. I have little dog called

Dwarf(矮小的) Fluffy, that is three years old. The main characteristics

which makes him get the name are that he doesn‘t grow very big but he has

tiny ears. He lives in my backyard and spends much time on the garden.

Sometime he follows me to my bedroom. While I am watching TV, he sits

Nearby. He is very kindly and lovely. He doesn‘t bite and loves being touching.

In my spare time I often took him to go for a walk and meet with my friends.

第二节 书面表达(25 分) 假定你是光明中学李华,近日得知某英文报纸正在就中学生的体育活动做一项调 查。请用英语写一篇短文,向该报介绍你校体育活动的开展情况。内容要点如下: 1.自我介绍; 2.你校开展体育活动的内容、时间安排等; 3.学校开展体育活动的意义。

注意:1.词数 100 左右; 2.可适当增加细节,意使行文连贯。 I'm Li Hua, and I am now studying in Guangming Middle school._______________ _____ ___________________________________________________________________________ ___________________________________________________________________________ _______ ___________________________________________________________________ __________________________________ ________________________________________ ___________________________________________________________________________ ___________________________________________________________________________ ___________________________________________________________________________ ___________________________________________________________________________ ___________________________________________________________________________ ___________________________________________________________________________

会宁四中 2015-2016 学年度第一学期高三级第三次月考 英语答案 1—5 ACADC 6—10 DABDC 11—15 ABADB 16—20 ABCDG

21—25 AACBD 26—30 ACDCB

31—35 DCACB

36—40 DCBDC

41. for

42.expressions 43.example


45. supposed

46.saying 47.same

48. were born

49. the

50.the most important

短文改错(共 10 小题;每小题 1 分,满分 10 分) 注意:1.每处错误及其修改均仅限一词; 2.只允许修改 10 处,多者(从第 11 处起)不计分。 My name is Nina Francis and I am in Class 3B. I have ︿ little dog called a Dwarf(矮小的) Fluffy, that is three years old. The main characteristics Who/which which makes him get the name are that he doesn‘t grow very big but he has make tiny ears. He lives in my backyard and spends much time on the garden. in Sometime he follows me to my bedroom. While I am watching TV, he sits Sometimes Nearby. He is very kindly and lovely. He doesn‘t bite and loves being touching. kind In my spare time I often took him to go for a walk and meet with my friends. take 书面表达 I am Li Hua, and I am now studying in Guangming Middle school. I‘d like to introduce something about the sports activities in our school. First, sports activities are placed great importance on in our school. Everyday we students will have to do morning exercises. Besides, we also have two PE lessons each week, and two sports meets are held every year. Last but not least, our school also develop a variety of sport teams, such as basketball teams, dancing groups and so on. All those sports activities, in my opinion, are of great significance to us students, because they can not only relax our body, but also relax our mind after studying hard. I think it is important to take part in some sports activities when students have spent the whole day in a boring classroom. 去掉 touched and

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