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河南省鲁山一高2015-2016学年高一上学期第三次周考英语试卷

鲁山一高2015-2016学年高一上学期第三次 周考
英语试卷
命题人:马巧峰 史中联 杨一非 一: 阅读理解 (共20小题; 每小题2分,满分40分) 第一节: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
Daniel Boone was born in the United States in 1734. He came from a poor family that lived in a small village near a forest. His father didn’t have enough money to send Daniel to school , so he never learned to read. However, Daniel learned a lot of things from the stories he heard about the forest and the things around him. He was attracted to the simple and quiet life of the forest and preferred to live there instead of living on his father’s farm. When Daniel grew up, he tried to live on the farm, but he wasn’t happy there. After a year or so, he decided to travel to the unexplored lands to the west. He learned and experienced many things during his travels. After two years he returned to his home and shared his knowledge and stories with the people, which made him famous for his travels. Once while traveling, Daniel was captured (taken away) by the Native Americans (Indians). They liked him very much and soon became his friends. Daniel Boone continued to travel throughout his life. He died at the age of 86. He had led a very interesting life and became well known in American history as one of the country’s most famous explorers and pioneers. 1.Daniel Boone did not go to school because ______. A. he liked a quiet life B. his family lived in a small village C. his family was too poor D. he liked to work on the farm 2. Daniel Boone lived in the forests, so ________. A. he could hear a lot of stories B. he knew much about the forests C. he could neither read nor write D. he had few friends around him 3.Daniel Boone left the farm soon because ________. A. he did not know anybody there B. he was not happy there.

C. he had a small house in the forest 4.Daniel Boone died in ________. A.1820 B.1819 C.1818

D. he hated his father there. D.1817

B Remembering your dreams will require some efforts on your part. But what your dreams can offer and tell you about yourself will be well worth it . Here are some tips to help recall your dreams: 1. Before going to bed, keep a clear mind. Tell yourself that “I will remember my dreams when I wake up”. This is actually a proven and effective way to recall your dreams. 2. Have a regular bedtime and wake-up time. Make this your routine. Going to bed and waking up at a regular time every day could aid in dream recollection. 3. Avoid alcohol consumption and taking medicine before going to bed. These things may prevent you from remembering your dreams. 4. Keep a pencil and a notebook next to your bed so that they will be within reach as soon as you wake up. Having a small lamp by your bedside is also a good idea, so you wake up in the middle of the night and can record your dreams immediately. 5. Do not get out of bed immediately. Upon waking from a dream, lie still in your bed, keeping your eyes closed and moving as little as possible. Let your mind wander among the images of what you have just dreamed. 6. Write down as many details in your dreams as you can, no matter how seemingly unimportant they may be. Do not judge the content or worry if they make sense. 7. Sometimes it may help to draw pictures. A picture is worth a thousand words, as the saying goes. Even if you are not an artist, a simple drawing can help to recall details of your dreams. 5. This passage tells you ______ . A. some useful tips to recall your dreams B. the way to recall your dreams C. the reason to remember dreams D. many details in your dreams 6. Which of the following ways may NOT be useful for recalling dreams? A. Avoiding taking alcohol and medicine. B. Not getting out of bed immediately. C. Drinking a cup of hot milk. D. Writing down as many details as possible. 7. What does the underlined “it” in the first paragraph mean? ______ A. Remembering your dreams. B. Some tips to help recall your dreams. C. Your making efforts to remember your dreams. D. What your dreams can offer and tell you about yourself. 8. The author uses the saying “A picture is worth a thousand words” to_______ A. show that a picture is better than words

B. say a picture is equal to thousands of words C. prove that it’s more important to draw pictures than to speak D. indicate(表明) drawing pictures really helps to recall dream C When he was a boy, Tim was much influenced by the books about the sea, but in fact by the age of fifteen he had decided to become a doctor rather than a sailor. His father was a dentist(牙医) and as a result, Tim had the opportunity of meeting many doctors either at home or elsewhere. When he was fourteen he was already hanging around the clinic (诊所) of a local doctor where he was supposed to help to wrap up medicine bottles, but was actually trying to listen to the conversations taking place between the doctor and his patients in the next room. During the war Tim served in the Navy as a surgeon (外科医生). “That was the happiest time of my life. I was dealing with very real suffering and on the whole making a success of it.” In California he taught the country people simple facts about medicine. He saw himself as a life-saver. He had proved his skills to himself and his ability to take decisions. Thus, while he was able to tell them what to do, he could feel he was saving them. After the war, he got married and chose to be a doctor in the countryside, working under an old doctor who was popular in the area, but who hated the sight of blood and believed that the secret of medicine was faith. This gave the young man many opportunities to go on working as a life-saver. 9.Tim decided to be a doctor when he was________. A.fourteen B.fifteen C.serving in the Navy D.working in clinic 10.Tim decided to become a doctor mainly because________ A.his father wanted him to be so. B.his father was a surgeon. C.he had read many books about medicine. D.he had chances to know many doctors and know about what doctors did. 11.Which of the following is not true? A.during the war, Tim was a surgeon in the Navy. B.he taught the country people simple facts about medicine in California. C.after the war, he married the old doctors’ daughter.

D.Tim worked as a life-saver after war. 12.From the passage we can infer that Tim_________. A.was sent to Europe during the war. B.was not afraid of blood. C.decided to give up his doctor career. D.regarded himself as a life-saver. D Language-learners who say they never or hardly ever use dictionaries often speak English well but usually write poorly, because they make many mistakes. The students who use dictionaries most do not learn especially well either. The ones who look up every new word do not read fast. So they do not have time to read much. Those who use small two-language dictionaries have the worst problems. Their dictionaries often give only one or two words as translations of English. But one English word often has many translations in a foreign language and one foreign word has many translations in English. The most successful students are those who use large college edition dictionaries with about 100,000 words but do not use them too often. When they are reading, these students first try to get the general idea and understand new words from the context. Then they reread and use the dictionary to look up only key words that they still do not understand. They use dictionaries more for writing. If they are not sure how to spell a word, or divide it into syllables (音节), they always use a dictionary. Also, if they think a noun might have an unusual plural form(复数形式), they check these in a dictionary. 13.According to the passage, which of the following is right? A. Students who never use dictionary can speak well and write well. B. Whatever new words you meet while reading, just look them up in the dictionary. C. Small two-language dictionaries are bad for learning English. D. An English word only has one translation. 14.This passage mainly tells us . A. that students shouldn’t use small two-language dictionaries B. what were the defects (缺点) of small two-language dictionaries C. why students should use large college edition dictionaries D. what dictionary students should choose and how to use it

15.Which is not mentioned(提到) in this passage? A. How to make good use of a dictionary. B. When to use a dictionary. C. How to improve spoken English. D. How to practice reading fast. 第二节(共5小题;每小题2分,满分10分) 根据短文内容,从短文后的选项中选出能填入空白出的最佳选项。 选项中有两项多余选。 If you are dealing with disappointing grades, begin to change your study habits and you’ll be amazed by the results. Act fast. The most important rule about dealing with disappointing grades is to act fast. 16______. Instead, admit that you need help and go in search of it soon. The faster you face up to the problem, the faster you can find a solution and see some results. Find a quiet space. 17____. Make sure it has adequate(充足的) lighting, is cool enough to be comfortable and is away from distractions. Get into the habit of settling into this workspace. Study successfully. 18____. Make sure that you are studying successfully by reviewing your textbooks, looking over your notes from class and taking new notes while studying. Learn from your mistakes. If you study hard, but still you are disappointed with your grades, it is time to find out where you are going wrong. 19____. Examine your essays to see if you are explaining your ideas clearly and completely. Request an appointment with your teacher and discuss your work together. 20_____. It is not fun. But figure out where you are having trouble and devote yourself to solving these problems. Good luck! A. This could be found in a library or at home. B. You’d better ask questions about your textbooks. C. Don’t sit around and let them annoy you, and definitely don’t ignore them. D. Investing in study guides is a good way. E. Dealing with disappointing grades is something that every student will face at one time or another. F. Of course it doesn’t matter where you study or who you study with if you are studying the wrong things. G. Look over exam papers and assignments to see if you are having trouble with a particular kind of question or concept. 二: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16-35各题所给的四个选项 (A、B、C和D)中,选出最佳选项。 It was a busy morning, about 8:30, when an elderly gentleman in his 80s came to the hospital. I heard him saying to the nurse that he was in a hurry for an appointment(约会)at 9:30. The nurse had him take a 21 in the waiting are, 22 him it would be at least 40 minutes 23 someone be able to see him. I saw him 24 his watch and decided, since I was 25 busy— my patient didn’t 26 at the appointed hour, I would examine his wound. While taking care of his wound, I asked him if he had another doctor’s appointment. The gentleman said no and told me that he 27 to go to the nursing home to eat breakfast with his 28 . He told me that she had been 29 for a while and that she had a special disease. I asked if she would be 30 if he was a bit late. He replied that she 31 knew who he was and that she had not been able to 32 him for five years now. I was 33 , and asked him, “And you 34 go even though she doesn’t know who you are?” He smiled and said, “She doesn’t know me, but I know who she is.” I had to hold back 35 as he left. Now I 36 that in marriages, true love is 37 of all that is .The happiest people don’t 38 have the best of everything, but just 39 the best of everything they have. 40 isn’t about how to live through the storm, but how to dance in the rain. 21. A. breathe B. seat C. test D. break 22. A. persuading B. promising C. telling D. understanding 23. A. after B. if C. since D. before 24. A. taking off B. looking at C. fixing D. winding 25. A. not B. also C. seldom D. very 26. A. come on B. show off C. turn up D. go away 27. A. agreed B. needed C. forgot D. happened 28. A. wife B. daughter C. mother D sister 29. A. late B. there C. well D. around 30. A. lonely B. hungry C. doubtful D. worried 31. A. so far B. either C. no longer D. already 32. A. answer B. recognize C. believe D. expect 33. A. surprised B. disappointed C. moved D. satisfied 34. A. only B. then C. still D. thus

35. A. curiosity(好奇) B. words C. judgment D. tears 36. A. realize B. suggest C. hope D. prove 37. A. expression B. acceptance C. agreement D. exhibition 38. A. naturally B. frequently C. completely D. necessarily 39. A. make B. learn C. favor D. try 40. A. Adventure B. Beauty C. Life D. Trust 三:单句语法填空(共10小题;每题1.5分,满分15分,每空至多不超过 3个单词) 41.Most students in China can’t speak English _____________ (fluent). 42._____________(determine) to make his dream come true, he went to Beijing for further study. 43.This problem is far from ___________ (settle),so we will have to discuss it tomorrow. 44.Today more and more ____________(teenager) are using the Net to meet new friends. 45.All the people present _____ the meeting were moved by his story. 46.It isn’t ___________ (rely)to judge a man only by his look.. 47.He can hardly wait _________ (pay) a visit to Beijing. 48.After _____________ (graduate) from the college, he worked in a bank. 49.As far as I’m _____________ (concern), taking exercise every day is good for our health. 50. If you study hard , you can _____________(gradual) master some English pronunciation and spelling. 四:短文改错(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,每句中最多两处。错误涉及一个 单词的增加、删除或修改。增加:在此处加一个漏字符号(∧),并在其 下面写出修改的词。删除:把多余的词用斜线(\)划掉。修改:在错的 词下划一横线,并在其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11处起)不计分。 I just returned back from Britain last week. I was luckily enough to be one of the students from different country to visit the UK from Feb. 16 to 28. We paid a visit to a good many places, like London, Oxford or the Lake

District. I learned much about British culture and history in London, where was my favorite. I also liked Oxford, in which I saw much more old buildings. The Lake District was beautiful, but it was pity that it rained heavily when they were there. The most excited thing for me in Britain was that I make a lot of friends there. Yours, Li Ming 五:书面表达(25分) 假设你的朋友Linda ,现在正感到生活不快乐,不健康,有压力,可 又不知道如何改变自己的生活方式,于是写信给你,请求你提些建议。 下面是你提的几点建议,请按照以下内容给Linda回一封信(约100词 左右) 1.要有足够的睡眠,至少8小时,这样才能精力充沛(energetic)、 学习积极(active)。 2.多锻炼是非常重要的。 3.多吃水果和蔬菜,禁止吃垃圾食品(junk food)。 4.学习之余听听音乐可以减轻压力。 5.尽可能地微笑,它会帮助你快乐、忘记烦恼。 Dear Linda , If you want to be healthy and happy,you need to have a healthy lifestyle. I have some advice for you and I hope you will follow all of it.

Hua

高一英语第三次周考参考答案:
阅读理解: 1--4. CBBA 5--8. ACCD 9--12. BDCB 13--15. CDC 16--20 CAFG E 完形填空: 21--40. BCDBA;CBABD;CBACD;ABDAC 语法填空: 41 fluently 42. Determined 43. being settled 44. teenagers 45.at 46.reliable 47.to pay 48. graduation// graduating 49. concerned 50. gradually 短文改错: 1. returned back—去掉back 2. luckily—lucky 3. country—countries 4.or— and 5.where—which 6.much—many 7.a pity 8.they—we 9. excited—exciting 10. make--made 作文: Dear Linda: If you want to be healthy and happy,you need to have a healthy lifestyle. I have some advice for you and I hope you will follow all of it. As a young student , you need to get enough sleep , so you need to try to go to bed earlier every night. You should try to sleep for at least 8 hours every day ,which will help you be active and energetic for your day at school

. Doing more exercise is also very important, and you should remember to eat more vegetables and fruits. You mustn’t eat junk food. It can reduce your stress to listen to music sometimes after studying. Smiling as often as possible can help you stay happy and forget your troubles . I do hope my advice will be helpful for you. Yours, Hua