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高三英语三轮拉练一
编制人:黄萍 周爱玲 田玉美 马玉洁

2016.5.3

本试卷分第Ⅰ卷(选择题)和第Ⅱ卷(非选择题)两部分, 共 150 分, 考试时间 120 分钟。

第Ⅰ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)? 听下面 5 段对话。每段对话后有一个小题, 从题中所给的 A、B、C 三个选项中选出最佳选项, 并标在试卷的相应位置。听完每段对话后, 你都有 10 秒钟的时间来回答有关小题和阅读下一小 题。每段对话仅读一遍。 1. What did the speakers plan to do at first? A. Do some shopping. A. In a restaurant. 3. How does the woman feel? A. Satisfied. A. To borrow a book from Laura. A. Buying a new TV set. B. Tired. B. To return a book to Laura. B. Selling the old TV set. C. Challenged. C. To buy a book for Laura. C. Repairing the old TV set. 4. What does the woman ask the man to do? 5. What does the man actually suggest? 第二节:(共 15 小题;每小题 1.5 分, 满分 22.5 分)? 听下面 5 段对话或独白。每段对话或独白后有几个小题, 从题中所给的 A、B、C 三个选项中 选出最佳选项, 并标在试卷的相应位置。 听每段对话或独白前, 你将有时间阅读各个小题, 每小题 5 秒钟;听完后, 各小题将给出 5 秒钟的作答时间。每段对话或独白读两遍。? 听第 6 段材料, 回答第 6 至 8 题。? 6. What does Mary's father grow most? A. Patatoes. 7. What do we know about the house? A. Cows are kept in it. B. It was built a long time ago. C. Mary has lived in the house since 1938. 8. What will they do after seeing everything here? A. Ride the horse. 9. Why is Tom going to New Zealand? A. To enjoy a holiday. B. To set up a branch company there.
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B. Watch a movie. B. In a hotel.

C. Play a game. C. In a zoo.

2. Where does the conversation probably take place?

B. Cabbages.

C. Wheat.

B. Feed the cows.

C. Grow vegetables.

听第 7 段材料, 回答第 9 至 11 题。?

C. To attend a business meeting there. 10. Why is Tom inviting Susan over? A. His wife wants Susan over for dinner. B. He wants to tell Susan something about his company. C. He wants Susan to give him some related information or suggestions. 11. When is Susan coming for dinner? A. At 6:00 p.m. this Saturday. B. At 6:00 p.m. this Sunday. C. At 16:00 p.m. this Saturday 听第 8 段材料, 回答第 12 至 13 题。? 12. Why does the woman ask the man some questions? A. She wants to go to the evening school too. B. She wants to write about the evening school. C. She is interested in the foreign man. 13. Which statement is true about the man? A. He is from France. B. He came to America alone last year. C. He has some problems with talking to Americans. 听第 9 段材料, 回答第 14 至 16 题。? 14. Which statement is true about Morning post ? A. It's a newspaper. A. It's a newspaper. A. One and a half dollars. B. It's a magazine. C. It's one and a half dollars. 15. Which statement is true about The New Yorkers? B. It's two and a half dollars. C. It's not available now. B. Two and a half dollars. C. Three and a half dollars. 16. How much does the man need to pay in all? 听第 10 段材料, 回答第 17 至 20 题。? 17. Which statement is true about "pub"? A. It is supposed to be the Americans' favorite meeting place. B. Friends get together there and talk about something over a pint of beer. C. Pubs are usually open from 1:00 p.m. to midnight. 18. What is not quite respectable? A. A man tells his trouble to a bar-girl. C. A woman goes into a pub alone. 19. What do many men dream of? A. Being the host of a week-long party. B. Retiring from their jobs and running a country pub. C. Escaping from the pressures of family life or work. 20. How does the speaker feel about pubs? A. Depressed. B. Pleased.
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B. Men talk about business in a pub.

C. Indifferent.

第二部分: 阅读理解
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,并在答题卡上 将该项涂黑。 A The Sands of Time St Cyrus National Nature Reserve is much more than just golden sands and beautiful flowers. The area has a long human history too. From Stone Age hunters to amazing pioneers, discover the daring deeds and sad stories from St Cyrus' past. Date: 23rd August 2015 Time. 2 p. m. —3:45 p. m. Type of event. Guided walk Between the Tides A celebration of the world between the tides. Join local salmon (大马哈鱼) fisherman Jim Ritchie on a fascinating walk to learn how local folk have made a living from the world between the tides, harvesting salmon from the beach at St Cyrus for hundreds of years. Date: 25th August 2015 Time: 2 p. m. —4 p. m. Type of event: Family event Ice & Fire St Cyrus National Nature Reserve has had an eventful life! From its days near the equator (赤道) to volcanic eruptions and ice ages. Celebrate the start of Scottish Geology Month with a walk through the reserve and travel back in time to uncover the clues to St Cyrus' past hidden in the cliffs. Date: 31st August 2015 Time: 2 p. m. —3:45 p. m. Type of event: Guided walk Scary Stories It's getting darker at nights... it's almost Halloween, when the ghosts (鬼怪) come out to play. Join us for some spooky stories of Dinnet and Deeside long ago... and listen out for things that sound strange in the night! Date: 25th October 2015 Time: 7 p. m. —9 p. m. Type of event: Family event
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Note: * All under 18s must be accompanied by an adult * Pets allowed: No * Cost: Free * Phone: 01674830736 * Location: SNH Visitor Centre, St Cyrus National Nature Reserve 21. Which of the following events may help you learn about the local people's way of life? A. Ice & Fire. C. The Sands of Time. 22. What do the four events have in common? A. They are held in August. C. They are held in the evening. 23. According to the text, ________. A. you need to pay to join in the activities B. St Cyrus National Nature Reserve is famous for salmon C. a tenyearold child can attend these events only in adults' company D. St Cyrus National Nature Reserve was set up not long ago B Career success could be predicted as early as kindergarten, according to a 20-year study recently published in the American Journal of Public Health. Researchers from Pennsylvania State University and Duke University tracked more than 700 children from across the US between kindergarten and age 25 and found a significant correlation(相关 性)between their social skills as kindergartners and their success as adults two decades later. In 1991, teachers assessed how the kindergartners interacted with each other socially using a range of criteria like whether they cooperate with their peers without prompting(激励), if they're helpful to others, whether they're good at understanding feelings, and if they can solve problems on their own. Researchers then kept track of whether the students went on to graduate high school on time, get a college degree, and find and keep a full-time job by 25. They also monitored the participants' involvement with crime, drug abuse, public assistance, and mental health issues. The results showed that socially competent(有能力的)children were far more likely to earn a college degree and have a full-time job by 25 than those with limited social skills. Those with limited
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B. Scary Stories. D. Between the Tides

B. People can't take their pets with them. D. People need to be guided during the journey.

social skills also had a higher chance of getting arrested, binge(放纵)drinking, and applying for public housing."This study shows that helping children develop social and emotional skills is one of the most important things we can do to prepare them for a healthy future," said Kristin Schubert, program director at the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation, which funded the research, in a release. "From an early age, these skills can determine whether a child goes to college or prison, and whether they end up employed or addicted." The good news, according to Damon Jones, lead author of the study, is that intervention(干预)at a young age can help improve social and emotional skills. "This research by itself doesn't prove that higher social competence can lead to better outcomes later on," he said. "But when combined with other research, it is clear that helping children develop these skills increases their chances of success in school, work, and life." 24. What has the 20-year study found? A. Most kindergartners can solve problems alone. B. Helpful children understand other's feeling better. C. Outgoing children cooperate with their peers easily. D. Social skills play a key role in children's development. 25. What are paragraph 3 and 4 mainly about? A. When the researchers began their study. B. How long it took to complete the study. C. How the researchers conducted the study. D. What factors were studied by the experts. 26.What should parents do to help their children to succeed according to Kristin Schubert? A. Teach them how to cooperate with others. B. Teach them some basic living skills. C. Tell them to behave themselves. D. Coach them in their lessons. 27. The text makes very good sense to ____________. A. teenagers B. educators C Alzheimer's disease has no cure. There are, however, five drugs—known and approved—that can slow down the development of its symptoms. The earlier such drugs are administered, the better.
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C. teachers

D. general readers

Unfortunately, the disease is usually first noticed when people complain to their doctors of memory problems. That is normally too late for the drugs to do much good. A simple and reliable test for Alzheimer's that can be administered to everybody over the age of about 65, before memory-loss sets in, would therefore be useful. Theo Luider, of the Erasmus University Medical Centre in Rotterdam, and his colleagues think they have found one—but it works only in women. They made their discovery, just reported in the Journal of Proteome Research, by tapping into a long-term, continuing study that started in 1995 with 1,077 non-demented and otherwise healthy people aged between 60 and 90. At the beginning of the project, and subsequently during the periods 1997-99 and 2002-04, participants were brought in for a battery of neurological (神经学的) and cognitive (认知的) investigations, physical examinations, brain imaging and blood tests. During the first ten years of the study, 43 of the volunteers developed Alzheimer's diseases. When Dr. Luider compared blood samples from these people with samples from 43 of their fellow volunteers, matched for sex and age, who had remained Alzheimer's-free, he found something surprising. Levels of a substance called pregnancy zone protein (妊娠带蛋白) had been unusually high, even before their symptoms appeared, in some of those who went on to develop Alzheimer's disease. Those "some", it turned out, were all women. On average, levels of pregnancy zone protein in those women who went on to develop Alzheimer's were almost 60% higher than those of women who did not. In men, levels of the protein were the same for both. The reason for this curious result seems to be that the brain plaques (斑块) associated with Alzheimer's disease are themselves turning out pregnancy zone protein. Certainly, when Dr. Luider applied a chemical stain specific to that protein to the plaques of dead Alzheimer's patients he found the protein present in them. Confusingly, though, it was there in the plaques of both sexes. Presumably, female cells (and therefore the plaques of female brains) make more of it than male cells do. But that remains to be proved. Whatever the reason, however, this result means that women, at least, may soon be able to tell whether and when they are at risk of Alzheimer's and thus do something about it before they start losing their minds. 28. What can we learn from the first paragraph? A. No medication can slow down the development of Alzheimer's symptoms. B. To detect Alzheimer's disease before memory loss appears is vital.
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C. Doctors had better handle Alzheimer's disease when people are 65 years old. D. People who always complain are most likely to have Alzheimer's disease. 29. The underlined word "one" in Paragraph 2 refers to ______. A. a simple and reliable test for Alizheimer's C. an important discovery about Alzheimer's B. a possible cure for Alzheimer's D. an effective and legal drug for Alzheimer's

30. What does Dr. Luider's study tell us about the pregnancy zone protein? A. It won' t go high until the symptoms of Alzheimer's appear. B. In men, levels of it remain stable for their lifetime. C. Women developing Alzheimer's usually have lower levels of it. D. The brain plaques connected with Alzheimer's produce it. 31. The passage is mainly about ______. A. patients of Alzheimer's disease and its drugs B. an introduction to the pregnancy zone protein C. a new discovery concerning Alzheimer's disease D. the development stages of Alzheimer's disease D Though for many of us the year ahead may look pretty depressing, 2016 promises one great breakthrough-a major step toward ending Africa's particular and backward form of the great Digital Divide. Poor connectivity has bedeviled much of the continent's Internet access but now a huge improvement is coming. It's a new sub-sea cable, to be laid off Africa's eastern coastline, enabling a reliable and affordable international connectivity service to both coastal and landlocked countries in Eastern, Central and Southern Africa. The project is being developed by Liquid Sea, an offshore branch of Liquid Telecom, which already runs a pan-African network based on land cable supported by satellite links for rural and remote areas. Altogether, with offices from South Africa and Botswana in the south to Kenya in the East, taking in Democratic Republic of Congo in the center, it makes up the continent's largest single connecting network crossing multiple national borders. Africa has benefited in many ways from the digital revolution, but internet coverage still differs from place to place. And the unpleasant truth is that, despite some great advance in African development over the last decade and more, its effects are unequal and taken as a whole, less than 16 percent of
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Africans have access to the Internet, which compares that with 63 percent of Europeans and 79 percent of North Americans. It's obvious what a disadvantage is placed upon Africans by such digital inequality. The economics of the entire process is skewed (歪的) by poor network performance in Africa, with the total bandwidth available to shuttle data back and forth between African countries and the rest of the world amounting to less than 1 terabit per second. That's about one-seventieth of Europe's international bandwidth capacity (容量). Now Liquid Sea's underwater cable stretching from eastern South Africa to the Middle East, with onward connections to Europe, aims to contribute much more in building Africa's better connected digital future. 32. What does "bedeviled" most probably mean in Paragraph 2? A. Attracted B. Troubled C. Worsened D. Contributed

33. What would the Internet be like in Africa in the future? A. Dependable and inexpensive. C. Central and controllable. 34. What is implied in the passage? A. International bandwidth capacity makes no difference. B. Internet connections improve the equality in Africa. C. Poor internet access limits the economy of Africa. D. Africa is now far beyond developed countries. 35. Which of the following is the best title for the passage? A. Unsafe Internet access in Africa C. Bandwidth available in Africa 第二节(共 5 小题;每小题 2 分, 满分 1 0 分) 根据短文内容, 从短文后的七个选项中选出能填入空白处的最佳选项。选项中有两项为多 选项。(注意 E 涂 AB, F 涂 AC,G 涂 AD) Americans are on the move again Thanks to the slowly brightening employment picture, along with the uptick in the housing market, more and more people are packing up and relocating. 36 B. Digital-gap narrowing in Africa D. Great Digital Divide in Africa B. Accessible and comfortable. D. Possible and comparable.

Reserve your spot. Movers are likely to more book up this summer than they have been lately, and you will have a better shot at hiring the mover of your choice if you plan ahead. Typically the busiest
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time to move is in the summer, on weekends, and at the end of the month. Hire carefully. 38

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Ask friends and colleagues for recommendations, and check with the

American Moving and Storage Association to make sure there are no complaints against a company you are considering. 39 If a quote sounds too good to be true...you know the rest. "If you get two or three

estimates and one seems abnormally different than the rest, I' d be very cautious of that," Shacka said. "The moving industry does have some black eyes from folks who tend to underestimate." Also keep an eye out for how the quote is framed (遭到陷害的). Are you being charged by the hour? By the piece? And if it's the latter, do you know how many pieces of furniture you have? Keep the kids happy. "Don' t get rid of your children's favorite things before the move—even if it makes it easier," Shacka said. " 40 "And unhappy kids make for unhappier parents.

Moving is never fun. But think it through, and you can make it considerably less painful. A. Kids sometimes have a hard time dealing with the change of the move itself. B. Our business starts to improve before other's do and we start to decline before other's do. C. If you are going to do that, reach out as soon as you can. D. Watch out for tricks. E. If you are planning to join the large groups of relocating Americans, you can take a variety of steps to make the process less painful. F. Not all moving companies are created equal. G. Of course, in order to move to a place, we have to move away from somewhere else.

第三部分英语知识运用
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, 掌握其大意, 然后从 41~60 各题所给出的 A、B、C、D 中选出最佳选项。 When you are learning languages, what do you think is the most interesting? One of the most interesting of all studies is the study of words and word origins. Each language is earlier languages and the words of a language can sometimes be traced different languages to their 44 43 42 41 of several

through two or three

. Again a word from one language may pass into other languages and 45 French origin and originally meant a label

a new meaning. The word “etiquette,” which is 46

(标志).

a sign, passed into Spanish and kept its original meaning. So in Spanish the word 47 the small tags(标签) which a store
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“etiquette” today is used to

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to a suit, a dress or a

bottle. The word “etiquette” in French,

49 , gradually developed a different meaning. It 50

became the custom to write directions on 51 during an important

small cards, or “etiquette”, as to how visitors should dress themselves and ceremony at the royal court. for people to follow.

52 the word “etiquette” began to indicate a system of correct manners

53 this meaning, the word passed into English. 54 . Thus in

Consider the word “breakfast”. “To fast” is to go for some period of time without the morning after many hours everyday English 57 55 the night without food, one

56 one’s fast. Consider the 58 on

“Good-bye”. Many many years ago, people would say to each

parting “God be with you.” As this was 60 to “Good-bye”. B. made B. on

59 over and over millions of times, it gradually became

41. A. collected 42. A. to 43. A. ends 44. A. pick 45. A. of 46. A. with 47. A. show 48. A. lays 49. A. however 50. A. late 51. A. respond 52. A. Thus 53. A. After 54. A. sleeping 55. A. for 56. A. breaks 57. A. statement 58. A. other 59. A. reproduced 60. A. combined

C. composed C. in C. bases C. change C. on C. or C. hold C. binds C. therefore C. later C. act C. Nevertheless C. Of C. eating C. at C. remembers C. conversation C. one C. reviewed C. reformed
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D. contained D. back D. origins D. choose D. by D. for D. indicate D. gives D. furthermore D. latest D. follow D.Yet D. For D. talking D. on D. forgets D. proverb D. member D. retold D. shortened

B. backgrounds B. develop B. with B. and B. design B. attaches B. moreover B. lately B. prepare B. Also B. With B. working B. during B. continues B. expression B. person B. revised B. accepted

第三部分英语知识运用
第二节 语篇填空(共 10 小题;每小题 1.5 分, 满分 1 5 分) 阅读下面材料, 在空白处填入适当的内容(每空一词)或括号内单词的正确形式(不多于 3 个单词)。 Imagine a time 61 people feel like they' re inside their favorite video games, or can travel 62 (become) possible as virtual reality (VR) continues to

the world without leaving home. This

develop. Experts say VR was a hot topic at the 2015 International Consumer Electronics Show (CES) 63 (hold) on January 6 in Las Vegas, Nevada. Of the 64 (approximate) 3, 900 exhibitors at

the show, more than a dozen showed off their achievements on VR technology. VR technology started with games, but developers say it has the potential to transform aspects of our life. Manuel Gutierrez-Novelo, co-founder of ImmersiON-VRelia, says VR can be a great tool for 66 (educate). "We can create an animation of the solar system or the molecular (分子的) structure of 65

water, " he says. "If you see them in a virtual reality environment, not reading about them in a book 67 watching a video, I believe you will be able to learn about these things better." 68 (come)

According to Nick Nassiri of Razer, innovations (新发明) in virtual reality will keep up. He believes they' ll happen first in gaming, then extend 69

other areas including medicine 70 rest will come."
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and education. "The key is getting it right in gaming, " he says. "And then

第四部分 写作
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:在缺词处加一个漏字符号(^), 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:在错的词下划一横线, 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。

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Have you ever been to Wuzhen? It is so beautiful a village that I had already visited it many times. Locating in Jiaxing, Zhejiang province, it has a history of about 6, 000 years. Like many small towns in the southern area, which has a lot of small bridges going through clean streams. Local people live in old houses, they are very friendly. During the day, you can walk or sit on a boat to enjoying the natural scenery along the stream. The scene at night is attractively as well. There are all kinds of round and square light. Every time I look at the pictures for which I took, I will remember the water, the bridges and the houses. I love an amazing water country! 第二节: 书面表达(满分25分) 假设你是李华,你的英国笔友 Jack 来信说对中国文化很感兴趣尤其喜欢唐诗(Tang poetry)。 请你给他写一封邮件,提出学习建议并表达祝愿,内容包括: 1.唐诗地位及影响; 2.列举著名诗人; 3.欢迎来华交流。 注意: 1.词数 100 左右: 2.可以适当增加细节,以使行文连贯; 3.开头和结尾已给出,不计入总词数。 Dear Jack, ____________________________________________________________________________________

____________________________________________________________________________________

____________________________________________________________________________________

____________________________________________________________________________________ Yours, Li Hua
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高三英语三轮拉练一
Keys: 听力: 1-5 ACABA 6-10 CBABC 11-15 ABCAB 16-20CBCBA 阅读: 21-23DBC 24-27DCAB 28-31 BADC 32-35 BACB 36-40 ECFDC 完型: 41----45 CDDBA 46----50 CDBAC 51----55 CABCB 56----60 ABADD 语法填空:61. when 62. will become 63. held 64. approximately 65. other 66. education 67. or 68. coming 69. to 70. the 短文改错: Have you ever been to Wuzhen? It is so beautiful a village that I had already visited it many have times. Locating in Jiaxing, Zhejiang province, it has a history of about 6, 000 years. Like many Located small towns in the southern area, which has a lot of small bridges going through clean streams. it and a boat to enjoying the natural scenery along the stream. The scene at night is attractively as well. enjoy lights will remember the water, the bridges and the houses. I love an amazing water country! the One Possible Version Dear Jack, I'm glad to know that you' re interested in Chinese culture, especially Tang poetry. As you know, Tang poetry is a very important literary form which enjoys great popularity in China. They represent the traditional Chinese culture and are popular all over the world. As the golden age of poems, the Tang Dynasty produced many outstanding poets, among whom Li Bai, Du Fu, and Bai Juyi were the most well-known in history. When it comes to poems, you' d better grasp the meaning firstly, then try to recite the whole poem. If you choose the right method and work hard, your learning ability can be improved. Welcome to China and I' m looking forward to your view about the Tang poems. Yours, Li Hua
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over / across

Local people live in old houses, ∧ they are very friendly. During the day, you can walk or sit on

attractive

There are all kinds of round and square light. Every time I look at the pictures for which I took, I

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