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 整理 资源来源网络(https://www.kuaiwen.net)” 黄石市第二中学2015届高三第五次统一测验 英语试题 本试卷满分150分 考试时间120分钟 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 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。 What is Mark most probably? A painter B. A singer C. A student What does the man mean? A. He doesn’t like his part-time job B. He won’t give up his part-time job. C. He is particular about his clothes. 3. What was the man doing just now? A. Watching a movie. B. Repairing his TV. C. Developing a film. 4. What kept the man awake? A. The woman’s singing. B. The woman’s dancing C. The woman’s phone call. 5. Why does the man want to sleep more? A. He stayed up late last night. B. He needn’t catch the bus today. C. He won’t go to work today. 第二节(共15小题,每小题1.5分,满分22.5分)   请听下面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。 请听第6段材料,回答第6至7题。 6. What happened to Jimenez? A. He got injured in the European Tour. B. He broke his right leg while skiing. C. He got lost while skiing. 7. Where is Jimenez now? A. In the hospital. B. At his home. C. At the training center. 请听第7段材料,回答第8至9题。 8. How often has the man been exercising recently? A. Every day. B. Every two days. C. Every three days. 9. Where does the woman work? A. In a supermarket. B. In a night school C. In a park. 请听第8段材料,回答第10至12题。 10. What do we know about the man’s house? A. It cost him 55,000 dollars. B. It is a completely new one. C. It was built three years ago. 11. What did the man do last week? A. He put in new carpet in his living room B. He had a worker fix his toilet C. He painted the whole house 12. Where does the woman advise the man to put some plants? A. In the dining room B. In the study C. In the living room 请听第9段材料,回答第13至16题 13 What is the woman probably? A. A pub owner B. A housewife C. A bookseller 14 What did Joe do yesterday? A. He came to the pub with his mom B. He played tricks on the man C. He went camping with the woman 15 When did the woman see Harry? A. Yesterday afternoon B. Yesterday evening C. This morning 16 What do we know from the conversation? A. The woman doesn’t live nearby B. The man wants to avoid Joe C. Harry doesn’t like his new job 请听第10段材料,回答第17至20题 17 Whom did Mrs. Mills want to speak to ? A. Her husband B. Dr. Cooper C. Dr. Cooper’s secretary 18 Why did it take Mrs. Mills a long time to realize she had dialed the wrong number? A. She didn’t listen to the speaker at the beginning B. The speaker didn’t tell her she had a mistake C. She couldn’t hear the speaker clearly at first 19 When did the speaker call her sister? A. Later in the morning B. Early in the afternoon C. Later in the afternoon 20 Which of the following is TRUE according to talk? A. The speaker and Mrs. Mills knew each other B. The speaker and Mrs. Mills both dialed the wrong number C. The speaker and Mrs. Mills liked talking on the phone 第二部分:词汇知识运用(共两节,满分30分) 第一节:多项选择(共10小题;每小题1分,满分10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,并在答题卡上将该项涂黑。 21.Bomb disposal experts________the device under controlled conditions. A. explored B. exploded C. exported D. exposed 22. He claims this will______11 million new jobs and 4%GDP growth over four years. A. turn up B. cheer up C. add up to D. add to 23. He said the Coast Guard should have a plan to respond to problems that may_____. A. arise B.rise C. raise D.arose 24. Success in achieving sustained growth depends critically on expanding _______to the opportunity of globalization. A. assess B. case C. accuse D. access 25. The government has decided that the publication of the report would be _______to the public interest. A. country B. contract C. contrary D. contradiction 26. At the current rate of decline, many of the rain forest animals could become ______in less than 10 years. A. extinction B. distinct C. instinct D. extinct 27. The number of those missing in the New Zealand’s quake was reported more than 200, including those recovered bodies that have yet to be ________. A. judged B. recognized C. identified D. confirmed 28. She , her son and Padilla helped load four women and their six young children _________. A. board B. broad C. aboard D.abroad 29. There have been concerns about local politicians simply declaring themselves ____________certain areas. A. in charge of B. in search of C. in memory of D. in place of 30. Abundant in experience, Mr. Smith teaches the students how to improve their listening comprehension within a(an) ______ short time. A. increasingly B. relatively C. virtually D. slightly 第二节:完形填空(共20小题;每小题1分,满分20分) 阅读下面短文, 从短文后各题所给的四个选项(ABCD)中,选出可以填入空白处的最佳选项,并在答题卡上将该项涂黑。 When passing through an airport one morning, I caught one of those trains that take travelers from the main terminal(终点站) to their __41__ gates. Free and clean, the trains run __42__ all day long. Not many people consider them __43__, but this Saturday I heard laughter. At the front of the first car, a man and his son were looking out of the window at the __44__. The train had just stopped and the passengers__45__. As the doors closed again, the father said excitedly, “Here we go! Hold on to me __46__! Look!” the father said to his son. “See that pilot? I __47__he’s walking to his plane.” The son craned his neck to look. As I got off, I saw that man and his son were back at the platform, too. “Do you want to go home now?” the father asked. “I want to __48__some more!” “More?” the father said. “You’re not tired?” “This is fun!” his son said. “All right,” the father replied, and when a door opened, we all got on. I then realized that they had not been __49__ a flight at all, but had just been riding the shuttle for fun.“Where are all these people going, Daddy?” the son asked. “All over the world,” the father replied. The other people in the airport were leaving for places or arriving at the ends of their journeys. The father and the son, __50__, were just riding this shuttle together, __51__ it exciting. The father and his son shared each other’s __52__. There are parents who can __53__ to send their children to Europe or Disneyland, yet many of those children turn out rotten and cause social problems. There are parents who live in __54__ and cannot give their children cars or __55__, but their kids grow up to be happy and successful. There are a number of __56__ over possible solutions. Yet, the __57__ these problems is simple: if parents care enough to __58__ time with and pay attention to their kids, these problems will not happen. Here was a father who just cared about spending the day with his son and __59__this plan for a Saturday morning. It costs nothing, yet it is the most __60__ thing in the world. 31. A. front B. boarded C. back D. boarding 32. A. right and left B. in and out C. up and down D. back and forth 33. A. surprise B. interest C. fun D. miracle 34. A. avenue B. street C. track D. road 35. A. went off B. gave off C. took off D. put off 36. A. tight B. light C. right D. fight 37. A. doubt B. convince C. wonder D. bet 38. A. drive B. pilot C. ride D. steer 39. A. going for B. heading for C. looking for D. setting for 40. A. although B. but C. despite D. though 41. A. having made B. making C. made D. being made 42. A. companies B. company C. accompany D. companion 43. A. provide B. affect C. afford D. produce 44. A. horror B. poverty C. surprise D. miracle 45. A. interesting books B. hiking equipment C. badminton rackets D.swimming pools 46. A. conflict B. debates C. opinions D. books 47. A. aim of B. result of C. process of D. key to 48. A. pay B. cost C. spend D. take 49. A. put up with B. came up with C. made up with	D. picked up with 50. A. worthless B. priceless C. penniless D. valueless 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,从每篇短文后所给各题的四个选项(A、B、C和D)中,选出最佳选项,并在答题卡上将该项涂黑。 A Forty-three years seems like a long time to remember the name of a mere acquaintance. I have forgotten the name of an old lady, who was a customer on the paper route in my home town when I was a twelve-year-old boy. Yet it stays in my memory, for she taught me a lesson of forgiveness that I shall never forget. On a winter afternoon, a friend and I were throwing stones onto the leaning roof of the old lady's house from a spot near her backyard. The object of our play was to observe how the stones changed to missiles as they rolled to the roof's edge and shot out into the yard. I found myself a perfectly smooth rock and threw it out. The stone, however, slipped from my hand and headed straight for a small window on the old lady's back porch. At the sound of fractured glass, we knew we were in trouble. We ran as fast as possible. I was too scared about getting caught to be concerned about the old lady with the broken window in winter. However, a few days later, when I was sure that I hadn't been discovered, I started to feel guilty for her misfortune. She still greeted me with a smile each day when I gave her the paper, but I was no longer able to act comfortably in her presence. I made up my mind that I would save my paper delivery money, and after three weeks I had the seven dollars that I thought would cover the cost of her window. I put the money in an envelope with a note explaining that I was sorry for breaking her window and hoped that the seven dollars would cover the cost. I put the letter through the letter slot in her door. My soul felt redeemed and I could have the freedom of, once again, looking straight into the old lady's kind eyes. The next day, I handed the old lady her paper and was able to return the warm smile that I was receiving from her. She gave me a bag of cookies. I thanked her and felt an envelope in it. When I opened the envelope, inside it were the seven dollars and a short note reading, "I'm proud of you." 51. How did the writer get to know the old lady? A. They were neighbors. B. The writer often played near the lady’s house. C. The lady was the writer’s customer. D. They got to know each other by chance. 52. Which of the following is NOT TRUE according to the text? A. The writer broke the window on purpose. B. The incident happened 43 years ago. C. The writer felt guilty a few days later. D. The old lady didn’t take the writer’s money. 53. The underlined word “redeemed” is closest in meaning to “______”. A. excited B. relieved C. disappointed D. delighted 54. What’s the best title for this passage?______________. A. An old lady B. My first job C. My childhood D. An unforgettable incident B If you don’t think technology can improve your trip, meet Judy Williams. When she and her husband recently checked into Blu Hotel in Zurich, a clerk asked them to sign the dotted line on a room rate hundreds of dollars higher than their online offer. “It was not a cheap stay,” says Williams, a lawyer from Billings, Mont. But it became more of one after her husband fired up the Booking.com app he’d used to book their room on his smartphone. “As soon as we showed him the cost, he honored it,” Williams says. Technology may create challenges for travelers but it can also solve them. It’s more than making sure of a hotel cost. The latest Booking.com can help users select hotels by location, make a secure booking and view the confirmed(已确认的) cost so they never need to re-discuss their hotel price. Another pain point for travelers is traffic that eats away precious vacation time. There’s a new app called Commute which is aimed at users who have to make the same trip every day. But if you’re headed to Los Angeles or Honolulu, where visitors can easily get stuck in hours of heavy traffic, Commute can help. Just input basic information about your destination and expected leaving time, and the app will start sending you traffic information 15 minutes before you leave. Testing Commute proved to be a challenge for me, because my home address is about 900 miles from my place of work. But if you have only a short distance to travel through a heavily populated area, you can use Commute to avoid traffic jams. Another source of travel-related problems is money. That’s particularly true when you’re dealing with a foreign currency. The latest Travel Money Tracker helps travelers prevent currency mix-ups. It immediately changes a country’s native currency to yours, so you know exactly how much that Espresso(浓咖啡) in Milan costs in dollars. It can also warn you when you’re overspending, which can sometimes be a problem when you’re on vacation. The only catch, of course, is that you have to remember to record all your purchases. Taken together, these apps solve some of the most common travel problems. But not all of them. Some things, no smartphone can fix, which means I get to keep my job – for now. 55. What does the writer want to tell through the example of Judy Williams? A. The cost of Blu Hotel was higher than that of others. B. The clerk was very friendly and patient. C. The smartphones have many functions. D. Technology can make our trips better. 56. Commute is not suitable for those who_________. A. have a long journey B. go on the same trip every day C. can easily get stuck in traffic jams D. travel a short distance downtown 57. What is the function of Travel Money Tracker? A. It tells people how much Espresso costs. B. It changes the native currency to yours. C. It warns people when they are shopping. D. It records all people’s purchases. 58. What is the purpose of this passage? A. To encourage people to travel. B. To introduce some new apps. C. To help people with technology problems. D. To provide people with traveling information. C In England children now start formal schooling at the age of 4. Recently , around 130 education experts signed a letter. They advocated a delay to the start of formal schooling in England from the current effective start until the age of 7. This is a brief review of the relevant research evidence which strongly supports a later start to formal education. This evidence relates to the benefits of playing to children’s development as learners, and the results of starting formal learning at the age of 4 to 5. There are several strands of evidence which all point towards the importance of play in young children’s development, and the value of an extended period of playful learning before the start of formal schooling. These arise from anthropological, psychological, neuroscientific and educational studies. Previous studies have also shown the superior learning and motivation arising from playful approaches to learning in children. Programs based on play support children’s early development more powerfully than direct instruction. Physical and social play supports children in developing their skills of intellectual 智力的 and emotional “self-control”. Perhaps most worrying, a number of studies have shown the loss of play chances for children is linked with stress and mental health problems. Within educational research, some studies have shown superior academic outcomes for children who had attended programs based on play. Among them is a particular study of 3000 children across England. It showed that an extended period of high quality, play-based pre-school education was of particular advantage to children from struggling households. Studies have compared groups of children in New Zealand who started formal literacy lessons at ages 5 and 7. their results show that the early introduction of formal learning approaches to literacy does not improve children’s reading development, and may be damaging. By the age of 11 there was no difference in the reading ability level between the two groups. But the children who started at 5 developed less positive attitudes to reading. And they showed poorer reading skills than those who had started later. In a separate study of reading achievement in 15 year olds across 55 countries, researchers showed that there was no clear relationship between reading achievement and school entry age. This body of evidence raises important and serious questions concerning the direction of travel of early childhood education policy currently in England. In the interests of children’s academic achievements and their emotional well-being,the UK government should take this evidence seriously. 59. What is the author’s attitude towards early school starting age? A. Cautious B. Approving C. Disapproving D. Unconcerned 60. The author develops this text mainly by______________ A. setting down general rules B. telling an interesting story C. presenting research findings D. providing examples 61. Compared with the current school starting age, a later age_____________ A. may lead to a lower level of academic achievment B. does a lot of good to children’s development C. fails to attract the UK governmnt’s attention D. has gained more support around the country 62. Which of the following shows the structure of the text? A . B. C . D. D One baobab tree in South Africa is so large that a popular pub has been established inside its trunk. Many local cultures consider baobab trees to be sacred 神圣的. Others use them for their nutritious fruits, eatable leaves and beautiful flowers. But the size has not necessarily protected them. According to research published in Biological Conservation, two of Madagascar’s baobab tree species will lose much of their available habitat in the next 70 years. One species may not survive to the next century. Madagascar is home to seven of the world’s eight baobab species, six of which can be found nowhere else. The study-----by scientists from the French agricultural research center CIRAD--- relied on satellite images and field work to develop population estimates and distribution models for three babab species. All three trees are currently listed as endangered on the IUCN Red List. The study suggests that two of the species should now be reclassified as seriously endangered. One of those species, A. perrieri, had the lowest current population, with just 99 trees observed during ten years of field study. The researchers estimate that climate change will decrease the habitat of this species from about 21000 square kilometers today to just over 6500 square kilometers in 2080. The second species, A.suarezensis, had a higher estimated current population of 15000 trees but a far smaller distribution area of just 1200 square kilometers. Based on climate change models, the researchers estimated that the distribution of this species will cover just 17 square kilometers by 2050 and could face potential extinction by 2080. The one bright spot in their study was A.grandidieri, the largest and most populous baobab species. The researchers counted an estimated one million trees with a distribution of more than 26000 square kilometers. This isn’t expected to change much by 2050. As the researchers point out, there’s nowhere left for the baobabs to go. Many baobab trees currently are in Protected Area Networks (PANs) established to preserve Madagascar’s biodiversity, but the areas outside many PANs have been almost completely changed to agriculture or cattle feeding areas, leaving no room for the trees to expand their distribution. The researchers wrote that the existing PAN system in Madagascar“is not likely to be effective for biodiversity conservation in the future” because the PANs will not always contain the ecological features necessary for the survival of the species that live inside them today. They suggest that the PAN system will need to be adapted. 63. According to the text, baobab trees_________. A. don’t bear fruits B .can only be seen in Africa C. are treated with respect in Madagascar D. have about a dozen species 64. It can be inferred from CIRAN’s study that_______________ A. it’s not easy to estimate baobab trees’ population B. the IUCN Red List needs to be adjusted C. satellite images are not totally reliable D. field work plays a great role in saving baobab trees 65. Of the three baobab species researched by CIRAD,___________ A. A.perrieri had the smallest distibution area B. all of them currently are in PANs C. A. grandidieri is the least endangered species D. A.suarezensis is likely to disappear in 2050 66. What is the best title for the text? A. There is an amazing big tree species in South Africa B. Climate change could wipe out baobab trees in Madagascar. C. Expanding baobab trees’ distribution is an urgent task D. More efforts should be made to protect native wildlife E Thirsty? Think twice before you drink. You won’t believe what it’s doing to you once it’s in your mouth and body. Some foods are fine indoderation适度, but soda isn’t one of them.”You may not think a soda every day is an issue,” says researcher Frances Fleming Milici, “but just one eight- ounce soda every day increases your chances of becoming obese by 60 percent.” Another problem with soda is that it doesn’t make you feel as full as you’d be after eating the same number of calories. So you end up taking in more calories than your body needs, which leads to extra pounds. Beverage companies deny that their drinks are to blame for obesity. They say soda can be part of a healthy lifestyle. Coca-Cola has even started an anti-obesity campaign called “Coming Together”. Our goal is to provide education and awareness about nutrition,” says Ben Sheidler, a spokesman for Coca-Cola. “Coca-Cola is committed to helping solve the obesity problem by offering more choices, no and low calorie beverage options, clearly communicating the calorie content of our products, and supporting physical activity and nutrition education programs”. Public health experts aren’t impressed. “Coca-Cola can’t afford to ignore the problem of obesity; it would make them look bad,” says Dr.David Katz, director of the Yale University Prevention Research Center. “ but they can’t afford to go out of business either. They are looking for a way to take credit for doing good while staying focused on making money.” And what about soda companies claiming that the real culprit罪魁祸首 behind obesity is inactivity? “Soda can pour hundreds of calories down the throat in a matter of seconds,” says Katz. “It is far easier to out-eat exercise than to out-run all those extra calories.” In fact, you’d need to walk quickly for 60 minutes to work off just one 20-ounce bottle of soda. These widespread health concerns have had a real impact: Sales of soda in the US have gone flat among both kids and grown-ups. A recent study found that the number of kids drinking no soda at all is now more than 30 percent. 67. According to Paragraph2, drinking soda__________ A. is not a great way to satisfy your hunger B. leads you to take inadequate calories C. makes people thirstier D. has no impact on people’s health 68. “Coming Together” mentioned in Paragraph3 __________ A. was started by an anti-soda organization B. aims to encourage people to give up soda C. aims to teach people about healthy eating D. was started by several beverage companies 69. Dr David Katz may agree that_________ A. soda can be part of a healthy lifestyle B. Coca-Cola’s drinks are to blame for obesity C. the real culprit behind obesity is inactivity D. Coca-Cola can solve the obesity problem 70. What is the author’s purpose in writing this text? A. To persuade readers not to drink soda B. To explain how Coca-Cola became popular C. To show readers the advantages of soda D. To stress the importance of doing exercise 第四部分: 书面表达 第一节: 完成句子(共10 小题;每小题2分满分20分) 根据汉语意思,用句末括号内的英语单词完成句子。 71.Tom, rather than his classmat, always________________________________.(get) 汤姆,而不是他的同学们常常考试作弊而侥幸逃脱。 72.He___________________________for what he has done. (deserve) 他做了这样的事应该得到回报。 73 Due to the practical situations , the committee admitted that the new law _____________________________. (carry) 基于实际情况,委员会承认这条法律实现起来很困难。 74.Thetrees are extremely high ,__________________________________. (measure) 这些树非常高,有些超过了90米。 75.___ _______________________________any bold proposal of his own, the president would leave it to Congress. (rather) 总统自己没有提出一些大胆的提议而是将它交给了国会。 76. He, _________________________________his foolish mistake, was to blame.((account) 他无法解释他愚蠢的错误,该受到责备。 77.________________________________the job in hand , and you will finish it in time. (apply) 尽全力做手头的工作,你会及时地完成。 78.He wonders___________________________post the letter for him. (convenient) 他不知道你方不方便为他寄这封信。 79.So _____________________________that he forgot to inform her of it. (bury) 杰克专心于工作,忘记通知她这件事。 80.He insisted that the bag___________________________________the LV’s new style.(model) 他坚持认为这个包是按LV 的新款仿制的。 第二节:短文写作(满分30分) 请根据以下提示,并结合事例,用英语写一篇短文。 Many of us envy others now and then. But envy never benefits any man. It does us no good to envy others. 注意:1 无须写标题 2 除诗歌外,文体不限 3 内容必须结合你生活中的一个事例 4文中不得透露个人姓名和学习名称 5 词数不少于120, 如引用提示语则不计入总词数 2014—2015学年度黄石市级示范三校 1月高三联合考试英语科试题答案 Key 1—5 CBACA 6—10 BABAC 11—15 BACBC 16—20 ACACB 21—25 BCADC 26—30 DCCAB 31—35 DDCCA 36—40 ADCBD 41—45 BBCBD 46—50 BDCBB 51—54 CABD 55—58 DABB 59—62 CCBB 63—66 CBCB 67—70 ACBA 71.gets away with cheating in the exams 72.deserves to be rewarded /deserves rewarding 73.was difficult to carry out 74.some of which measure over 90 meters / some measuring over 90 meters 75.Rather than put forward /Rather than set out 76.who can’t account for /not being able to account for 77.Apply yourself to 78.whether it is convenient for you to 79.buried was Jack in his work 80.was modelled after 资源来源网络,https://www.kuaiwen.net ·13· 
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