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 整理 资源来源网络(https://www.kuaiwen.net)” 雅安中学2015届高三3月月考 英语试题 本试卷分为第Ⅰ卷(选择题)和第Ⅱ卷(非选择题)两部分。第Ⅰ卷1至8页,第Ⅱ卷第9-10页。满分150分,考试时间120分钟。考试结束后,将答题卷和机读卡一并收回。 第Ⅰ卷(选择题,共100分) 第一部分 英语知识运用(共两节,满分50分) 第一节、语法和词汇知识(共20小题;每小题1分,满分20分) 1、Thank you for sending us ______ fresh vegetables of many kinds. You have done us _____ great service. A./; a   B. the; a   C. /;/   D the; / 2、—It’s cloudy outside, please take an umbrella. —_________. A.Yes, take it easy.  B. Well , it just depends  C. Ok , just in case     D. All right ,you’re welcome 3、Does this meal cost $50? I ____something far better than this? A.  prefer  B. expect  C. suggest  D. suppose 4、 Don’t call me tomorrow evening, for I ____________to a lecture on how to keep a good state of mind when taking an exam. A. will listen	B. shall listen	C. will be listening	D. should listen 5. ---Where did you see the sponsor, Madame? ---It was in the supermarket __________I was doing some shopping with my husband. A. that	B. where	C. which	D. when 6. I can’t imagine how he finished the relay race, ________his foot wounded so seriously. A. as	B. for	C. with	D. because of 7. From the picture we know, so happy _________that they are wild with joy. A. the children feel	B. did the children feel C. the children are feeing	D. do the children feel 8、—How do you like this film? —__________. A.I enjoy it very much          B. It’s wonderful C.I don’t like it at all            D. It’s much better 9、You’ve missed your ______ to speak and you have to wait for another round. A. turn                      B. chance                   C. order                  D. opportunity 10、Fitness is important in sports but of at least _____ importance are skills.       A. fair   B. reasonable   C. equal  D. proper 11、Despite the fact that Lucy is a lovely girl, she _____ be extremely difficult to work with sometimes.    A. must        B. should       C. would       D. can 12、Her question was so difficult that I could hardly make any ____ of it at all.  A. explanation    B. meaning     C. sense    D. idea 13、What the doctors really doubt is________ my mother will recover from the serious illness soon.   A.when        B.how            C.whether       D.why 14、 I am at least    age    Robert if I am not older than he. A.the same;as         B.the same;with C.as same;as          D.as same;with 15、-----Which driver was to blame?    -----Why, ________! It was the child’s fault, clear and simple. He suddenly came out between two parked cars.   A. both                     B. each                         C. either                D. neither 16、 I bought three books, but none of _______ is interesting.    A. which                 B. that                    C. what                D. them 17. At the seventh International Ballet Competitions , Fernando Bujones won the first gold medal ever to an American male dancer . A.awarded B.to be awarded C.being awarded D.should be awarded 18. The company has made it clear that any application form ___________ until now properly will not be accepted. A .not having been filled   B. not filled     C. not being filled     D. not to be filled 19.I didn’t know the girl you the sheep. A.had fed	B.had her fed	C.had feed D.had to feed 20.Mr. Reed made up his mind to devote all he had to some schools for poor children. A.set up	B.setting up C.have set up D.has set up 第二节 完形填空(共20小题;每小题l .5分,总分30分) 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。 Mr. Glen is a millionaire. Five years ago, after returning from abroad to his motherland, he  21  his small company. Speaking of success, Glen often tells us a story about his extra expensive “school” fee. He always  22  his success to it. At that time, Glen, who already got a Ph.D. degree,  23  to return to the homeland, starting a company. Before leaving, he bought a Rolex watch with the  24  made through years of work after school and the scholarships. At the airport he had to accept the  25  customs check. The watch on his wrist was also demanded to be taken down for  26 . Glen knew that carrying the specific goods out had to pay the tax, and he worried about paying  27  for his watch. So when he was checked, he told a lie that his watch was a  28  fake(假货). When he was  29  of his “smarts”, immediately, in the presence of Glen, the officers hit the watch,  30  cost nearly 100,000, into pieces  31  hearing Glen’s words. Glen was  32 .  Before he understood why, he was taken to the office to be examined  33 . For many times of entry-exit  34  he knew that only those people in the “blacklist” would “enjoy” this special treatment. The officers looked over everything carefully in the box, and   35  him no matter what time of entry and exit he must accept the check and if  36  reusing and carrying fake and shoddy goods, he would be  37  according to law! Suddenly, his face turned red, and he had nothing in mind after boarding the plane for long.      After returning to the homeland, he often told the story to his family, and his employees, too. He said that this made a deep  38  on him, because the additional high “school” fee that he had ever paid made him realize the value of  39 , which he would remember as the  40  of his success forever. 21. A. set up            B. took up                    C. went up                   D. picked up 22. A. honors               B. mentions                  C. brings                      D. owes 23. A. decided             B. refused                    C. objected                  D. asked 24. A. books                B. things                   C. savings                 D. pounds 25. A. ordinary              B. routine                   C. regular                     D. common 26. A. look                 B. inspection               C. test                    D. experiment 27.A. one                     B. it                             C. them                      D. these 28. A. priceless             B. invaluable                C. worthless                D. valuable 29. A. afraid          B. proud                     C. ashamed                 D. hard 30. A. that                    B. what                        C. as                       D. which 31. A. on                  B. at                         C. who                   D. in 32. A. disappointed       B. delighted                C. amazed                   D. satisfied 33. A. strictly            B. quietly                    C. quickly                  D. curiously 34. A. conditions         B. experiences             C. experiments           D. chances 35. A. stopped           B. hoped                 C. warned               D. urged 36. A. came out          B. found out              C. sent out                D. set out 37. A. hit                B. blamed                C. praised                 D. charged 38. A. expression       B. idea                    C. thought                D. impression 39. A. honesty           B. lies                   C. honest                 D. bravery 40. A. secret     B. lesson        C. choice      D. belief 第二部分 阅读理解(共两节,满分50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。(共20小题;每小题2分,满分40分) A Mark began to introduce the guest speaker to the listeners, but then stopped for a while. He had forgotten her name. Barbara hid her valuable things when she went on vacation. When she came back, she couldn’t remember where she’d put them. Perhaps you’ve had such experiences like these. Most people have. But most of them haven’t realized that they have a memory problem. Neither do they know a simple but important fact: Memory can be improved. If you’ll just accept that, the following will show you how. First, relax. If you are over worried about something, you’ll forget it. If you keep telling yourself that your memory is bad, your mind will come to believe it and you won’t remember things. When you forget something, don’t follow up with saying like “Oh, my god! I always forget things!” Such words will have a bad result on you and your memory. But relaxing isn’t enough. To improve your memory, you’ll need to take an active role. Like your body, your memory can be made strong through exercise. Look for opportunities to exercise your memory. For example, if you’re learning a language, try to actively remember a lot of new words. If you don’t take notice of things actively, you won’t remember them. So, you can make pictures of what you see in your mind every day. For example, don’t just put your keys down! If you want to find them again, make a mind picture of the place where you’re putting them. 41.   The first two paragraphs just tell us             . A.Barbara was a very rich person.     B.examples of memory problems C.Mark often forgot his friends’ names     D.language problems of two persons 42.When you forget things, you _______. A.must be too careless                   B.shouldn’t take notice of the result C.must accept the fact                   D.shouldn’t lose heart about your memory 43.The word “opportunities” in the fifth paragraph means “_______.” A.places         B.doctors.             C.chances            D.positions 44.According to the passage, _____ can make your memory better. A.realizing your memory problems  B.talking to your friends C.doing sports every day                    D.making mind pictures of what you see 45.The purpose of the passage is to help you ______. A.to introduce the guest                     B.to improve your memory C.to remember new words        D.to forget unhappy things B BEIJING—Apple Inc is one step closer to beginning sales of iPad2 tablet computers with cellular  network compatibility (兼容) for the first time in the Chinese mainland, where the consumer-electronics giant is in the midst of an aggressive expansion.        According to China’s Telecommunication Equipment Certification Center, a device by Apple with third-generation high-speed wireless data capabilities was issued the network access license needed for the company to begin official sales in China.The device, listed under model number “A1396”, is compatible with the 3G standard WCDMA, and would work with the cellular network operated by Apple’s local iPhone partner, China Unicom (Hong Kong) Ltd.        China Unicom declined  to comment.        Apple already offers the 3G iPad2 in Hong Kong through its partners, but currently only offers Wi-Fi versions of the device in the Chinese mainland.Still, consumers in China, which according to research firm IDC surpassed  the US as the world’s largest PC market in the second quarter, have been purchasing 3G tablets through unofficial channels.        Separately, Apple spokeswoman Carolyn Wu said on Sept 6 that the company’s first Hong Kong store, set to open this quarter, will be located in the city’s central shopping and business district in the International Finance Center’s upscale (高档的) IFC mall, a commercial center and sightseeing spot along the city’s waterfront.Wu also said that Apple is planning a new store in Shanghai later this quarter, which will be its biggest store in China.She declined to give more details or to comment on the 3G iPad2.        Apple currently has four full-service Apple stores in the mainland, which receive the most traffic of any Apple stores in the world.The company otherwise relies on resellers to get its products into the market.        The new stores reflect Apple’s confidence in rising demand for its products such as smart phones and tablet computers.Sales in the Chinese mainland, Hong Kong and Taiwan helped boost (增长) the company’s third-quarter results, newly appointed Chief Executive Tim Cook said in July.China revenue (收益) surged (激增) six-fold to about $3.8 billion during the three months ended June 25.        “This has been a substantial (重大) opportunity for Apple and I firmly believe that we’re just scratching the surface right now,” Cook said at the time, referring to strong sales in China.“I see an incredible opportunity for Apple there.”        From China Daily 2011-09-08 46.According to the news, which of the following statements is true?        A.WCDMA is not the only 3G standard in the world.        B.Apple Inc sells its products in the market of the Chinese mainland all by its own stores.        C.The consumers in China can only get iPad2 of Wi-Fi versions.        D.Chinese mainland is the second largest PC market in this year’s second quarter. 47.Which one of the following phrases can replace the underlined word in paragraph 1?        A.in the interests of  B.in the front of   C.in the process of        D.in the case of 48.How many full-service Apple stores are there in China?        A.4.            B6.             C.8.          D.Unknown. 49.By saying “we’re just scratching the surface right now”, Cook means ________.        A.they don’t know much about China’s market        B.they will sell more products and gain more profit in China        C.they need to obtain more permission from China’s government        D.they ignored the rural market in China C Music lessons may improve memory and learning ability in your children by promoting different patterns of brain development, a study shows. After a year of musical training, children aged between 4 and 6 performed better at a standard memory test than did children who were not taught music.The findings suggest that music could be useful for building the learning capacity of your minds. Earlier studies have shown that older children given music lessons become better at IQ tests than those who are musically untrained, but this is the first to show such a benefit in children so young. Professor Laurek Trainor, of McMaster University in Hamilton, Ontario, also found clear differences in the ways in which children's brains responded to sound after a year of musical training.'This is the first study to show that brain responses in young, musically trained and untrained children change differently over the course of a year," she said."These changes are likely to be related to the cognitive( 认知的 )benefit that is seen with musical training." Professor Trainer's team looked at 12 children, 6 of whom had just started extra-curricular (课程外) music lessons and 6 of whom were not being taught any music except that included as a standard part of their school curriculum (课程标准) . During the year all 12 children had their brains examined four times using magneto-encephalography (MEG), and each child was played two types of sound —white noise and a violin tone.The MEG measurements showed that all children responded more to violin sounds than to white noise, reflecting a preferable for meaningful tones, and their response times fell over the course of the year as their brains matured. 50.This passage is mainly about ____.        A.why music lessons are good for the memory        B.the benefit from extra-curricular training for younger children        C.a study on twelve young children's brains        D.new technology to examine children's brains 51.It can be concluded from the text that ____.        A.the study is the first one on the effect of musical training on children's brains        B.scientists got no valuable results from the earlier studies on the topic        C.children musically trained remember things better than those untrained        D.older children get more benefit from musical training than younger ones 52.What do we know about the twelve children tested in the study?        A.None of them had been musically trained before.        B.Only 6 of them had a knowledge of music before.        C.Not all of them had been taught some music in school.        D.All of them were required to learn some music in school. 53.We know from the MEG measurements that ____.        A.the older a child is, the more quickly he/she responds to sounds        B.human brains prefer musical sounds to white noise        C.children of different ages respond to sounds at the same speed        D.all the twelve children like to learn to play the violin very much D Welcome to JobServe   The World's 1st Internet Employment Service 1. Display your grades. Grades are still important to potential employers. 2. Communicate well with others. No matter what career path you choose to follow—from nurse to computer programmer—you should have solid written and oral communication skills to get a job. 3. Have enough computer knowledge. It is the information age; you need to be able to show solid computer knowledge that is related to your field. 4. Put your best resume forward. A resume should be a short and clear, error-free, reader-friendly, one-page document that can be easily looked through. 5. Research. Take the time to learn about the company you are targeting by visiting its website or researching the company at the library. 6. Use examples. Using detailed examples from school and internships(实习) to answer questions about your experiences and to paint a clearer picture of your strengths and skills for the employer. 7. Smile! It is hard to smile when you are on the hot seat —but a smile during an interview shows enthusiasm for the position and the company. Potential employers might think of a non-smiling face as a lack of interest. 8. Show your thanks. A thank-you note following a phone or a face-to-face interview reinforces(增强) your interest in the position and the company. About JobServe | Tell a Friend About JobServe | Contact JobServe | Advertise Now | News | Events | Add to Favourites Browser Information | Recruiter Directory 54. You can give the potential employers a good impression if you         .        A.write a face-to-face note                      B.show enthusiasm     C.prepare a long and free resume              D.paint your own picture 55.What does the underlined words “you are on the hot seat” probably mean ?        A.The seat is very hot.                                 B.Everybody else is laughing at you.        C.Nobody else is helping you.                  D.You are in a difficult situation. 56.We can infer from the passage that _____         . A.It is unnecessary to visit the website of the company you are interested in. B.You have to be an expert on computer to get a job. C.It is hard to find a job if you can not write well and communicate well. D.A resume can be a several-page document if you have a lot to show to the company. E We now think of chocolate as sweet, but once it was bitter.We think of it as a candy, but once it was a medicine.Today, chocolate can be a hot drink, a frozen dessert, or just a snack.Sometimes it's an ingredient(配料) in the main course of a meal.Mexicans make a hot chocolate sauce called mole and pour it over chicken.The Mexicans also eat chocolate with spices(香料) like chili peppers. Chocolate is a product of the tropical cacao tree.The beans taste so bitter that even the monkeys say "Ugh!" and run away.Workers must first dry and then roast the beans.This removes the bitter taste. The word "chocolate" comes from a Mayan word.The Mayas were an ancient people who once lived in Mexico.They valued the cacao tree.Some used the beans for money, while others crushed them to make a drink. When the Spaniards came to Mexico in the sixteenth century, they started drinking cacao too. Because the drink was strong and bitter, they thought it was a medicine.No one had the idea of adding sugar.The Spaniards took some beans back to Europe and opened cafes.Wealthy people drank cacao and said it was good for the digestion. In the 1800s, the owner of a chocolate factory in England discovered that sugar removed the bitter taste of cacao.It quickly became a cheap and popular drink.Soon afterwards, a factory made the first solid block of sweetened chocolate.Later on, another factory mixed milk and chocolate together. People liked the taste of milk chocolate even better. Besides the chocolate candy bar, one of the most popular American snacks is the chocolate chip cookie.Favorite desserts are chocolate cream pie and, of course, an ice cream sundae with hot fudge sauce. 57.It was _____that discovered sugar could remove the bitter taste of cacao.        A.The workers in the chocolate factory         B.The Spaniards        C.The people in England                     D.The owner of a chocolate factory 58.The Spaniards think that cacao was a medicine because_____        A.it was strong and bitter.                           B.it was good for digestion.        C.it cured man's diseases.                            D.it was a kind of drink for good health. 59.Which is the right time order of the events regarding chocolate?        a.Chocolate became a cheap and popular drink in England.        b.A factory made the first solid block of sweetened chocolate.        c.The Spaniards started drinking cacao.        d.It was found that sugar removed the bitter taste of cacao.        e.A factory mixed milk and chocolate together.        A.a-b-c-d-e           B.c-d-e-b-a           C.c-d-a-b-e           D.c-d-b-e-a 60.It can be inferred from the passage that _____.        A.chocolate can be a hot drink, a frozen dessert, or a candy bar        B.Mexicans like chocolate very much        C.chocolate is a product of the cacao tree        D.people liked the taste of chocolate mixed with milk 第二节 根据对话内容,从对话后的选项中选出能填入空白处的最佳选项,选项中有两项多余选项。(共五小题;每小题5分,满分10分) —How often do you use he Internet? —  61  But I usually use it o check my email. I don’t often surf the Internet. You use the Internet a lot, don’t you? —   62   —So, you’re working online eight hours a day. It can be awful when the connection is poor. —    63  Sometimes I also help others in the office if they’re having trouble online. —How useful do you think the Internet is as a source of information? —I think it’s useful.    64    The information online may be false. You don’t see what you buy online until you actually get it. —   65 —We usually find the website of shops, then visit the shop and buy when we’ve seen the products. A. But there are two big problems. B. Yes. I usually surf the Internet to look through the news. C. Why do you want to buy something online? D. Yes. I use it to find products at the lowest price for my company. E. Yes. I like the job though. F. How do you solve the problems when shopping online? G. I use it almost everyday. 第二卷(非选择题,共50分) 评卷人 得分 第一节 短文改错(共l0小题;每小题l.5分共l5分)     此题要求改正所给短文中的错误,对标有题号的每一行作出判断;如无错误,在该行右边横线上画上一个勾(√);如有错误(每行只有一个错误),则按下列情况改正;     此行多一个词:把多余的词用斜线(﹨)划掉,在该行右边横线上写出该词,并也用斜线划掉。      此行少一个词:在缺词处加一个漏字符号(∧),在该行右边横线写出该加的词。     此行错一个词: 在错的词下面画一横线,在该行右边横线上写出改正后的词。      注意:原行没有错的不要改。 Dear Hou Ting, I am sorry that maths disappoint you, but you can’t give it up. 66._______ As you say, it is one of the most important subject and there 67._______ is a reason for this.We have to use maths from all the time. 68.________ Wherever your career takes you, maths will have to be using. 69._______ In fact , most employers and universities will accept people who 70._______ have failed or given up maths. All you can do is try your best in 71._______ maths and make the most use of time you had. 72.________ If you have trouble understand anything, the first person 73.________ you should tell is your teacher. That is often surprising how simple 74.________ things seem when you are explained properly---even maths problems! 75._______ 第二节 书面表达(满分35分) 评卷人 得分 本周是你校的“文化·艺术周”,周三你们有幸邀请到了在W大学任教的外籍老师Hudson教授给高一(8)班的学生上了一节英语课。假如你是校报School Weekly Express的记者,请以An Impressive English Lesson为题按下列提示用英语写一篇100~120词的新闻报道。 1.Hudson 教授上课的情况(语言简洁、幽默、易懂,帮助及时有效……) 2.学生们的表现(积极参与……) 3.学生们课后感想…… 注意:报道的标题和开头已给出(不计词数)。 An Impressive English Lesson        On Wednesday of this Culture & Art Week, we                                                _ 雅安中学2014-2015学年高三下阶段性检测 英 语 答 题 卷 本试卷分为第Ⅰ卷(选择题)和第Ⅱ卷(非选择题)两部分。第Ⅰ卷1至7页,第Ⅱ卷第8页。满分150分,考试时间120分钟。考试结束后,将答题卷和机读卡一并收回。 非选择题 (考生须用0.5毫米黑色墨水签字笔书写) Dear Hou Ting, I am sorry that maths disappoint you, but you can’t give it up. 66._______ As you say, it is one of the most important subject and there 67._______ is a reason for this.We have to use maths from all the time. 68.________ Wherever your career takes you, maths will have to be using. 69._______ In fact , most employers and universities will accept people who 70._______ have failed or given up maths. All you can do is try your best in 71._______ maths and make the most use of time you had. 72.________ If you have trouble understand anything, the first person 73.________ you should tell is your teacher. That is often surprising how simple 74.________ things seem when you are explained properly---even maths problems! 75.________ 请在各题目的答题区域内作答,超出边框的答案无效 请在各题目的答题区域内作答,超出边框的答案无效 第二节 书面表达(满分35分) 本周是你校的“文化·艺术周”,周三你们有幸邀请到了在W大学任教的外籍老师Hudson教授给高一(8)班的学生上了一节英语课。假如你是校报School Weekly Express的记者,请以An Impressive English Lesson为题按下列提示用英语写一篇100~120词的新闻报道。 1.Hudson 教授上课的情况(语言简洁、幽默、易懂,帮助及时有效……) 2.学生们的表现(积极参与……) 3.学生们课后感想…… 注意:报道的标题和开头已给出(不计词数)。 An Impressive English Lesson        On Wednesday of this Culture & Art Week, we                                                _ 请在各题目的答题区域内作答,超出边框的答案无效 雅安中学2014-2015学年高三下阶段性检测 英语参考答案 四,补全对话 (每题2分,共10分) 61-65GDEAF 五、短文改错 66. disappoint - disappoints 67. subject - subjects 68. 去掉from 69. using - used 70. will后加not或will – won’t 71.正确 72. had - have 73. understand - understanding 74.That - It 75. you - they 五、书面表达 An Impressive English Lesson        On Wednesday of this Culture & Art Week we had the honor of inviting Prof.Hudson, a foreign teacher from W University, to give a class to the students of Class Eight, Grade One.His class left the students a deep impression.             After class, many students interviewed by us sang high praise for Prof.Hudson’s teaching.From his lesson, students came to the conclusion that it is not so difficult to learn English well if you talk more in English. 版权所有:高考资源网(www.ks5u.com) 版权所有:学科网(www.zxxk.com) 资源来源网络,https://www.kuaiwen.net ·14· 
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