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 整理 资源来源网络(https://www.kuaiwen.net)” w ww.ks5u.com 兼善中学高2015级高三起步考试 英语试题 考试说明:1.考试时间:120分钟 2.试题总分:150分 3.试卷页数:10页 第I卷(选择题 满分115分) 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) 请听下面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. Where will the woman go first? A. To the beach. B. To the bank. C. To the bathroom. 2. What does the woman mean? A. The man forgot to do his hair. B. The man forgot to put on a tie. C. The man is wearing clothes that don’t match. 3. How does the woman probably feel? A. Annoyed and unconcerned. B. Hungry and impatient. C. Surprised and excited. 4. Why was the woman worried? A. The man lost his phone. B. The man would be back very late. C. The man didn’t answer the phone. 5. Who did the woman want to call? A. James. B. Drake. C. Daniel. 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2至4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、7题。 6. What does the man order? A. Hot dogs and fries. B. Burgers and fries. C. Sandwiches and sodas. 7. How much does the man give the woman as a tip? A. Three dollars. B. Two dollars. C. One dollar. 听第7段材料,回答第8至10题。 8. Where are the speakers? A. In a car. B. On a boat. C. On a motorcycle. 9. What is the woman doing? A. Looking at a paper map. B. Trying to find a website. C. Using a phone to give directions. 10.What will the speakers do next? A. Give up and go home. B. Ask a person for advice. C. Listen to some instructions. 听第8段材料,回答第11至13题。 11. What does the man like about YouTube? A. Watching funny home videos. B. Learning about the special TV channels. C. Putting his own videos on the website. 12. What kind of meals do the guys make in Epic Meal Time(《超级开饭时间》)? A. Low fat meals. B. Unhealthy meals. C. Vegetarian meals. 13. What happens to the meals in the end? A. They are tasted by the audience. B. They are given to the homeless. C. They are eaten by the cooks and their friends. 听第9段材料,回答第14至17题。 14. What are the speakers mainly talking about? A. Their vets. B. Money spent on pets. C. Ways to buy dogs’ medicines. 15. What is the man’s dog’s name? A. Brett. B. Fargo. C. Ferguson. 16. What doesn’t the woman like about her vet? A. The limited services. B. The prices her vet charged. C. The difficulty of getting an appointment. 17. What isn’t one of the man’s suggestions? A. Going to his vet. B. Looking online. C. Going to a special pet store. 听第10段材料,回答第18至20题。 18. When will the fire arrive close to Lakewood? A. By six o’clock in the evening. B. By five o’clock in the evening. C. By six o’clock in the morning. 19. Where shouldn’t residents go to escape the fire? A. Springfield. B. Western Hill. C. Point Cabina Station. 20. What are residents advised to do before they leave? A. Leave all pets behind. B. Stay calm and do not panic. C. Tell the state police where they are going. 第二部分:英语知识运用(共两节,满分45分) 第一节:单项填空(共15小题;每小题1分,满分15分) 从A、B、C、D四个选项中,选出可以填入空白处的最佳选项, 并在答题卡将该选项的标号涂黑。 21. I asked him to run ____ errand for me, but he said I was taking _____ advantage of him. A. /, / B. an, an C. an, / D. the, the 22. _____ we take steps to deal with this problem now can we avoid a severe worldwide water shortage later on. A. If only B. Even if C. So long as D. Only if 23. More and more Chinese teenagers are said ______ abroad for further education nowadays. A. to be sent B. being sent C. to be sending D. to have been sent 24. He is quite depressed now. He thinks his efforts have never ______. A. paid back B. paid for C. paid off D. paid out 25. If you do not ______ this letter, I will make a formal complaint. A. write down B. respond to C. go through D. distract your mind on 26. My shoes are _______, so I have to buy a new pair. A. out of shape B. in order C. in shape D. tired out 27. --- We’d be happy to keep an eye on your pet dog while you are in hospital. --- We really appreciate ______ like this. A. you help us out B. you helping us out C. you helped us off D. you helping us off 28. The coqui invaders arrived in Hawaii about 10 years ago, _____ were be believed to have been brought in accidentally in shipments of plants. A. where B. when C. who D. which 29. Tears run down her cheeks ______ she sees a sad movie or listens to a sad song. A. wherever B. anytime C. every time D. the moment 30. --- I ______ to finish this project before the deadline. --- No wonder you look so exhausted. You really need a good rest. A. had been trying B. had tried C. will try D. have been trying 31. The “Three Rs” refers to reduce, reuse and recycle, which shows us _____ we can make the planet environmentally friendly. A. how B. why C. what D. where 32. --- Do you or any members of your ______ often recycle? --- Yeah. Take my mother for example. A. families B. neighbors C. household D. sisters 33. It was a bitter quarrel and they both said things they ______. A. shouldn’t have B. shouldn’t C. mustn’t have D. needn’t have 34. Carbon dioxide acts like a glass wall, preventing the heat from the sunshine _____, ______ the earth a dangerously warmer place. A. escaping, making B. escape, making C. to escape, to make D. escaped, made 35. ______ wildlife and farm animals are at high risk of becoming extinct if global warming continues. A. As many as B. A large number C. A great deal of D. Plenty of 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, 并在答题卡将该选项的标号涂黑。 A It was unusually quiet in the emergency room on December 25.I didn’t think there would be any patients, 36 about having to work on Christmas. Just then five bodies 37 at my desk, a pale woman and four small children. “Are you all sick?” I asked. “Yes,” she said 38 and lowered her head. But when it 39 to descriptions of their problems, things got a little unclear.All of them look fine.Something was 40 , but I didn’t say anything and explained that it might be a while 41 a doctor saw her. She responded, “Take your time; it’s warm in here.” On a hunch (直觉), I checked the chart of the family.No 42 —they were homeless. I looked at the family huddled by the Christmas tree. I went back to the nurses’ and mentioned we had a 43 family. The nurses immediately turned to 44 for a family just trying to get warm on Christmas.The team went into action, much as we do when there’s a medical emergency. We got the meal in the hospital cafeteria for our Christmas guests.We put together oranges and apples in a basket. We 45 from different departments candies, crayons and other things available that could be 46 . Our team worked to meet the needs of a poor family. Later, as the family were to leave, the four-year-old came running back, gave me a hug and whispered, “Thanks for being our 47 today.” 36.A.guessing B.sighing C.thinking D.doubting 37.A.ran up B.looked up C.showed up D.lifted up 38.A.weakly B.sweetly C.happily D.anxiously 39.A.went B.talked C.returned D.came 40.A.good B.lucky C.false D.wrong 41.A.before B.after C.since D.until 42.A.home B.address C.father D.house 43.A.useless B.strange C.sick D.homeless 44.A.dislike B.understanding C.compassion D.commitment 45.A.bought B.prepared C.collected D.begged 46.A.items B.presents C.belongings D.objects 47.A.angels B.doctors C.nurses D.friends B Humans have always depended on animals. From the beginning of human history, wild animals 48 food, clothing and sometimes medicine. We may not depend as 49 on wild animals now, but we hear about them every day. Americans use the names of animals in many ways. Many companies use animals to make us want to buy their 50 . Automobile companies, for example, love to show fast horses when they are trying to sell their cars. They also named their cars for other fast 51 animals. Automobile manufacturers and gasoline companies especially like to use big cats to sell their products. They like lions, 52 and wildcats. All these cats 53 quickly and fiercely, so wildcats 54 something fast and fierce. What better way is there to sell a car than to say it is as 55 as a wildcat? Or what better way is there to sell gasoline than to say that using it is like putting a tiger in your tank? 48.A.owned B.provided C.sold D.hunted 49.A.much B.many C.few D.little 50.A.food B.produce C.production D.goods 51.A.powerful B.weak C.cruel D.beautiful 52.A.dogs B.tigers C.wolves D.bears 53.A.run B.hide C.attack D.flee 54.A.present B.offer C.represent D.show 55.A.fast B.good C.quick D. optimistic 第三部分 阅读理解(共20小题;每小题2分,满分40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,并在答题卡将该选项的标号涂黑。 A Passenger pigeons (旅鸽)once flew over much of the United States in unbelievable numbers. Written accounts from the 18th and 19th centuries described flocks (群)so large that they darkened the sky for hours. It was calculated that when it population reached its highest point ,there were more than 3 billion passenger pigeons—a number equal to 24 to 40 percent of the total bird population in the United States, making it perhaps the most abundant bird in the world. Even as late as 1870 when their numbers had already become smaller, a flock believed to be 1 mile wide and 320 miles (about 515 kilometers) long was seen near Cincinnati. Sadly, the abundance of passenger pigeons may have been their undoing. Where the birds were most abundant, people believed there was an ever-lasting supply and killed them by the thousands. Commercial hunters attracted them to small clearings with grain, waited until pigeons had settled to feed, then threw large nets over them, taking hundreds at a time. The birds were shipped to large cities and sold in restaurants. By the closing decades of the 19th century, the hardwood forests where passenger pigeons nested had been damaged by American’s need for wood, which scattered (驱散) the flocks and forced the birds to go farther north, where cold temperatures and spring storms contributed to their decline. Soon the great flocks were gone, never to be seen again. In 1897, the state of Michigan passed a law prohibiting the killing of passenger pigeons but by then, no sizable flocks had been seen in the state for 10 years. The last confirmed wild pigeon in the United States was shot by a boy in Pike County, Ohio, in 1900. For a time, a few birds survived under human care. The last of them, known affectionately as Martha, died at the Cincinnati Zoological Garden on September 1, 1914. 56. In the 18th and early 19th centuries, passenger pigeons____. A. were the biggest bird in the world B. lived mainly in the south of America C. did great harm to the natural environment D. were extremely large bird population in the US 57. The underlined word “ undoing” probably refers to the pigeons’ ____. A. escape         B. ruin     C. liberation      D. evolution 58. What can we infer about the law passed in Michigan? A. It was ignored by the public.       B. It was declared too late. C. It was unfair.                D. It was strict. B Why do Americans struggle with watching their weight, while the French, who consume rich food, continue to stay thin? Now a research by Cornell University struggles how life style and decisions about eating may affect weight. Researchers conclude that the French tend to stop eating when they feel full. However, Americans tend to stop when their plate is empty or their favorite TV show is over. According to Dr. Joeseph Mercola, a health expert, the French see eating as an important part of their life style. They enjoy food and therefore spend a fairly long time at the table, while Americans see eating as something to be squeezed between the other daily activities. Mercola believes Americans lose the ability to sense when they are actually full. So they keep eating longer after the French would have stopped. In addition, he points out that Americans drive to huge supermarkets to buy canned and frozen foods for the week. The French, instead, tend to shop daily, walking to small shops and farmers’ markets where they have a choice of fresh fruits, vegetables and eggs as well as high-quality meats for each meal. After a visit to the United States, Mireille Guiliano, author of French Women Don’t Get Fat, decided to write about the importance of knowing when to stop rather than suggesting how to avoid food. Today she continues to stay slim and rarely goes to the gym. In spite of all these differences, evidence shows that recent life style changes may be affecting French eating habits. Today the rate of obesity – or extreme overweight – among adults is 6%. However, as American fast food gains acceptance and the young reject older traditions, the obesity rate among French children has reached 17% -- and is growing. 59. In what way are the French different from Americans according to Dr. Joeseph Mercola? A. They go shopping at supermarkets more frequently. B. They squeeze eating between the other daily activities. C. They regard eating as a key part of their life style. D. They usually eat too much canned and frozen food. 60. This passage is mainly about the relationship between _______. A. Americans and the French B. life style and obesity C. children and adults D. fast food and overweight 61. This passage is mainly developed ________. A. by contrast B. by space C. by process D. by classification 62. Where does the passage probably come from? A. A TV interview. B. A food advertisement. C. A health report. D. A book review. C A typical lion tamer(驯兽师)in people’s mind is an entertainer holding a whip( 鞭) at a chair. The whip gets all of the attention, but it’s mostly for show. In reality, it’s the chair that does the important work. When a lion tamer holds a chair in front of the lion’s face, the lion tries to focus on all four legs of the chair at the same time. With its focus divided, the lion becomes confused and is unsure about what to do next. When faced with so many options, the lion chooses to freeze and wait instead of attacking the man holding the chair. How often do you find yourself in the same position as the lion? How often do you have something you want to achieve (e.g. lose weight, start a business, travel more)—only to end up confused by all of the options in front of you and never make progress? This upsets me to no end because while all the experts are busy debating about which option is best, the people who want to improve their lives are left confused by all of the conflicting information. The end result is that we feel like we cant’ focus or that we’re focused on the wrong things, and so we take less action, make less progress, and stay the same when we could be improving. It doesn’t have to be that way. Anytime you find the world waving a chair in your face, remember this: All you need to do is focus on one thing. You just need to get started. Starting before you feel ready is one of the habits of successful people. If you have somewhere you want to go, something you want to accomplish, someone you want to become…take immediate action. If you’re clear about where you want to go, the rest of the world will either help you get there or get out of the way. 63. Why does the lion tamer use a chair? A. To trick the lion.            B. To show off his skills. C. To get ready for a fight.      D. To entertain the audience. 64. In what sense are people similar to a lion facing a chair? A. They feel puzzled over choices.      B. They hold on to the wrong things. C. They find it hard to make changes.    D. They have to do something for show. 65. What is the author’s attitude towards the expert mentioned in Paragraph3? A. Tolerant. B. Doubtful. C. Respectful. D. Supportive. 66. When the world is “waving a chair in your face”, you’re advised to _____. A. wait for a better chance B. break your old habits C. make a quick decision D. ask for clear guidance D A Guide to the University Food The TWU Cafeteria is open 7am to 8pm. It serves snacks(小吃), drinks, ice cream bars and meals. You can pay with cash or your ID cards. You can add meal money to your ID cards at the Front Desk. Even if you do not buy your food in the cafeteria, you can use the tables to eat your lunch, to have meetings and to study. If you are on campus in the evening or late at night, you can buy snacks, fast food, and drinks in the Lower Café located in the bottom level of the Gouglas Centre. This area is often used for entertainment such as concerts, games or TV watching. Relaxation The Globe, located in the bottom level of McMillan Hall, is available for relaxing, studying , cooking, and eating. Monthly activities are held here for all international students. Hours are 10 am to 10 pm, closed on Sundays. Health Located on the top floor of Douglas Hall, the Wellness Centre is committed to physical, emotional and social health. A doctor and nurse is available if you have health questions or need immediate medical help or personal advice. The cost of this is included in your medical insurance. Hours are Monday to Friday, 9am to noon and 1:00 to 4:30pm. Academic Support All students have access to the Writing Centre on the upper floor of Douglas Hall. Here, qualified volunteers will work with you on written work, grammar, vocabulary, and other academic skills. You can sign up for an appointment on the sign-up sheet outside the door, two 30 –minute appointments per week maximum. This service is free. Transportation The TWU Express is a shuttle(班车) service. The shuttle transports students between campus and the shopping centre, leaving from the Mattson Centre. Operation hours are between 9am and 3pm. Saturdays only. Round trip fare is $1. 67. What can you do in the TWU Cafeteria? A. Do homework and watch TV. B. Buy drinks and enjoy concerts. C. Have meals and meetings. D. Add money to your ID and play chess. 68. Where and when can you cook your own food? A. The Globe, Friday. B. The Lower Café, Sunday. C. The TWU Cafeteria, Friday. D. The McMillan Hall, Sunday. 69. The Guide tells us that the Wellness Centre  _________. A. is open six days a week B. offers services free of charge C. trains students in medical care D. gives advice on health 70. How can you seek help from the Writing Centre? A. By applying online. B. By calling the centre. C. By filling in a sign-up form. D. By going to the centre directly. 71. What is the function of TWU Express? A. To carry students to the lecture halls. B. To provide students with campus tours. C. To take students to the Mattson Centre. D. To transport students to and from the stores. E As more and more people speak the global languages of English, Chinese, Spanish, and Arabic, other languages are rapidly disappearing. In fact, half of the 6,000-7,000 languages spoken around the world today will likely die out by the next century, according to the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO). In an effort to prevent language loss, scholars from a number of organizations --UNESCO and National Geographic among them—have for many years been documenting(记载)dying languages and the cultures they reflect. Mark Turin, a scientist at the Macmillan Centre, Yale University, who specializes in the languages and oral traditions of the Himalayas, is following in that tradition. His recently published book, A Grammar of Thangmi with an Ethnolinguistic Introduction to the Speakers and Their Culture, grows out of his experience living, working, and raising a family in a village in Nepal. Documenting the Thangmi language and culture is just a starting point for Turin, who seeks to include other languages and oral traditions across the Himalayan reaches of India, Nepal, Bhutan, and China. But he is not content to simply record these voices before they disappear without record. At the University of Cambridge Turin discovered a wealth of important materials--including photographs, films, tape recordings, and field notes—which had remained unstudied and were badly in need of care and protection. Now, through the two organizations that he has founded –the Digital Himalaya Project and the World Oral Literature Project --Turin has started a campaign to make such documents, found in libraries and stores around the world, available not just to scholars but to the younger generations of communities from whom the materials were originally collected. Thanks to digital technology and the widely available Internet, Turin notes, the endangered languages can be saved and reconnected with speech communities. 72. Many scholars are making efforts to ______. A. promote global languages          B. rescue disappearing languages C. search for language communities    D. set up language research organizations 73. What does “that tradition’ in Paragraph 3 refer to? A. Having full records of the languages. B. Writing books on language teaching. C. Telling stories about language users. D. Living with the native speaker. 74. What is Turin’s book based on? A. The cultural studies in India.              B. The documents available at Yale. C. His language research in Bhutan.   D. His personal experience in Nepal. 75. Which of the following best describe Turin’s work? A. Write, sell and donate.         B. Record, repair and reward. C. Collect, protect and reconnect.   D. Design, experiment and report. 第II卷(非选择题 满分45分) 第四部分写作(共两节;满分35分) 写作一(满分15分) 请结合材料,按要求用英文写作,词数不少于60。 Senior Grade Three is already with us. Challenges are becoming more and more, while time is becoming less and less. Our teachers are so devoted and our parents are so concerned. What about us? 根据材料发表你的感想; 应紧扣材料、有明确的观点; 词数不少于60。 在答题卡上作答。 写作二(满分20分) 假定你是晨光中学的高中生李华,你学校拟选拔一些优秀学生,利用暑假到晨曦希望小学为学生辅导英语。你希望参加此活动。请根据以下提示,用英语给校评选组些一封申请信: 对此活动的认识(如对本人、学生及社会的益处等); 个人优势(如性格、独立生活能力、语言能力等); 你的计划(如怎样进行辅导等)。 注意:1.词数不少于80; 2.可以适当增加细节,以使行文连贯。 3.参考词汇:晨曦希望小学:Chenxi Hope School  Dear Sir or Madam, I am Li Hua from Class One, Senior Two. ______________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ Yours Sincerely, Li Hua 资源来源网络,https://www.kuaiwen.net ·10· 
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