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 整理 资源来源网络(https://www.kuaiwen.net)” 庐江县六校联盟2016届高三年级第四次考试 英语试卷 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,每段对话后面有一个小题。从题中所给的A、B、C三个选项中选出最佳选项并标在试题的相应位置。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 is the woman now? A. In her own bedroom. B. In hospital. C. In the office. 2. What did Smith offer her? A. Smith offered her a computer. B. Smith offered her a room. C. Smith offered her a job as a typist. 3. What does the woman want to do? A. She wants to know the time. B. She wants to read a magazine. C. She wants to buy a watch. 4. What are they talking about? A. Houses. B. Piano. C. Space. 5. Why is Smith so successful? A. Because he never makes any mistake.	B. Because he can answer questions quickly. C. Because he is always thinking of others. 第二节 (共15小题; 每小题1.5分,满分22.5分) 听下面段对话或独白。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题的相应位置。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 6-8 题。 6. Where is the noise coming from? A. The car. B. The motor. C. The motorbike. 7. Where did they stop their car? A. A factory. B. A hotel. C. A park place. 8. What's wrong with the car? A. It needs water in the tank. B. It runs out of petrol. C. It needs heating up. 听第 7 段材料,回答第 9-11 题。 9. Where does the flight go? A. To London. B. To Paris. C. To Heathrow. 10. How much is the one-way flight? A. $ 420. B. $ 320. C. $ 210. 11. What time can the woman get the ticket? A. Tomorrow. B. Anytime she likes to. C. The day after tomorrow. 听第 8 段材料,回答第 12-14 题。 12. Why was Nancy away from school yesterday? A. Because she was busy.	B. Because she was ill. C. Because she was at home. 13. What is she going to do? A. Go home. B. Go to clinic. C. Go to her friend's. 14. Why will they stop on the way? A. To buy some medicine. B. To see a doctor. C. To buy some food. 听第 9 段材料,回答第 15-17 题。 15. Why does the man talk to the woman? A. He wants to invite her to spend a holiday with him. B. He wants to give her some advice. C. He wants to get some suggestions from her. 16. Which is mentioned in the talk? A. Mike had intended to travel with Celia this holiday. B. Mike had wanted to go sightseeing with Miguel this holiday. C. Celia had planned to go on a trip with Miguel this year. 17. Why does Mike feel it hard to make the decision to accept the invitation? A. He has not enough money for the holiday. B. He does not want to hurt Celia’s feelings. C. He does not like Miguel very much. 听第 10 段材料,回答第 18-20 题。 18. What does the speaker prefer to do to spend the spare time? A. Stay at home. B. Watch TV. C. Go outdoors. 19. What are needed for a healthy body? A. Fresh air, sunlight and enough physical exercises. B. Sunlight, enough physical exercises and reading. C. Fresh air, enough physical exercises and enjoying music. 20. Which of the following is not the reason for outdoors activities? A. Take a lot of time and money. B. Can meet a lot of people. C. Spend too much time indoors. 第二部分 阅读理解(共20小题;每小题2分,满分40分) 第一节(共15小题;每小题2分,满分30分) A Life gets noisier every day and very few people can be free from noise of some sort or another. It doesn’t matter where you live ---- in the middle of a modern city, or a faraway village --- the chances are that you’ll be disturbed by jet planes, transistor radios, oil-powered engines, etc. we seem to be getting used to noise, too. Some people feel quite lonely without background music while they’re working. Scientific tests have shown that total silence can be a very frightening experience for a human being. However, some people enjoy listening to pop music which is very loud, and this can do harm to their eardrums (耳鼓). The noise level in some discos is far above the usual safety level for heavy industrial areas. One recent report about noise and concentration suggested that although a lot of people say that any noise disturbs their concentration, what really influences their ability to concentrate is a change in the level of noise. It goes on to say that a background noise which doesn’t change too much (music, for example) may even help to concentrate. 21. According to this passage, the noise pollution ____________________. A. has become the worst in the countryside B. has become better in big cities C. has spread from cities to villages D. has been controlled in modern cities 22. Some people have their hearing harmed _____________. A. while listening to pop music B. in complete silence C. when speaking loudly D. while watching TV 23. Which of the following isn’t included among the things causing noise? A. trucks B. motorcycles	C. electric engines D. jet planes 24. Scientists have discovered that what prevents people from concentrating on something is _______. A. all kinds of noise B. great changes in the level of noise C. background noise D. popular music B I am 26. I’m clear that I’m never going to catch up with Mother Teresa. But I want to do something to help people every single day like her. Everybody thinks we just serve food and soda. The safety training is serious and stressful. Caring for 49 people in a business class in 90 minutes is not easy. I had a roommate who was a waitress; she just left a candle and a table cloth burning, and I used a fire extinguisher (灭火器) to put out the fire. If something goes bad at her job, she calls the police. But if something happens up in the air, it’s up to us. I’m single and have no kids. I’ve flown every Christmas since 1995. If I fly, someone else can be with their kids. Christmas in an airport can be depressing, but it’s the little things that make a difference. We’re not robots. It’s hard to put on a smile and just pretend everything is great when it isn’t. I’ve seen co-workers lose a family member the day before a trip and just pull themselves together (take control of their feelings and believe in a calm way). At the end of a 14-hour flight, it’s like, “It was really nice to help you, but I’m ready for you to get off the plane.” Those last 15 minutes can be the longest 15 minutes of your life. You can’t wait to turn off the flight attendant’s voice and get something to eat without anyone saying “Excuse me.” Sometimes I go all day and never hear a “please” or a “thank you.” When you say thank you, it’s huge. It makes us feel like you actually see us as fellow humans. We’re up there together at a height of 30,000 feet, enjoying the miracle (奇迹) of the modern flight. 25. What’s the author’s attitude towards Mother Teresa? A. Grateful B. Fearful C. Doubtful D. Admiring 26. How did the author like her roommate’s job? A. It was the same as hers B. It was more interesting than hers C. It was easier than hers D. It was more serious than hers 27. Why does the author fly every Christmas? A. Because she has nowhere to go. B. Because she’s trying to be a helpful co-worker. C. Because she owes her co-workers some favors. D. Because she’d like to earn more money. 28. What does the author imply by saying the underlined sentence “We’re not robots”? A. Flight attendants are not stronger than robots. B. Flight attendants also experience emotions. C. Flight attendants get tired while robots don’t. D. Flight attendants need to rest now and then. C Freda Bright says, “Only in opera do people die of love.” It’s true. You really can’t love somebody to death. I’ve known people to die from no love, but I’ve never known anyone to be loved to death. We just can’t love one another enough. A hear-warming story tells of a woman who finally decided to ask her boss for a raise in salary. All day she felt nervous and late in the afternoon she summoned the courage to approach her employer. To her delight, the boss agreed to the raise. The woman arrived home that evening to a beautiful table set with their best dishes. Candles were softly glowing. Her husband had come home early and prepared a festival meal. She wondered if someone from the office had tipped him off, or --- did he just somehow know that she would not get turned down? She found him in the kitchen and told him the good news. They embraced and kissed, then sat down to the wonderful meal. Next to her plate the woman found a beautifully lettered note. It read: “Congratulations, darling! I knew you’d get the raise! These things will tell you how much I love you.” Someone has said that the measure of love for his wife is love without measure. What this man feels for his wife is total acceptance and love, whether she succeeds or fails. His love celebrates her victories and soothes her wounds. He stands with her, no matter what life throws in their direction. Upon receiving the Nobel Peace Prize, Mother Teresa said, “What can you do to promote world peace? Go home and love your family. And love your friends. Love them without measure.” 29. The sentence in the first paragraph “Only in opera do people die of love.” means ________. A. no love in the world is believable B. love is one thing, and life is another C. love in operas is truly touching D. love can survive forever, though people die at different ages 30. That the husband prepared her a second letter about her raise suggests that ________. A. he loves her because he believes that she is sure to receive a raise B. he has a great way to promote his wife’s love towards him C. he has a false love for people even if the person is his wife D. he loves his family members truly, whether they are in good conditions or not 31. From the text, we might say the author ________. A. refuse any spiritual emotions as embraced and kissed B. criticizes the attitude of suspicion of the love C. doesn’t believe there is true love in the world D. thinks the true love does not expect repayment D Today, several of the world's nearly 7,000 languages face a serious risk of extinction. "For example, Ainu, a language in Japan, is now seriously threatened, with only 10 native speakers left," said lead study author Tatsuya Amano at the University of Cambridge in England. The scientists found that 25 percent of the world's languages are threatened. After identifying where the endangered languages were, they looked for any environmental and social or economic factors those languages might have in common, such as rugged terrain or rapid population growth. "We found that at the global scale, language speaker declines are strongly linked to economic growth-that is, declines are particularly occurring in economically developed regions," Amano said. One important implication of this new study "is that languages in the tropics and Himalayan region are likely to be increasingly threatened in the near future, because these regions still have many local indigenous languages (土语) with a small number of speakers, and at the same time are experiencing rapid economic growth," Amano said. Economic growth may endanger languages for a variety of reasons. For instance, speakers of endangered languages may view another more dominant language as offering economic opportunities, and thus forego their own languages. There are other important factors that might endanger languages, the researchers said. For instance, policies regarding how languages are used and taught in schools can be very different among countries and even within each country, and these factors may explain more detailed patterns in language endangerment. Amano suggested it could be possible to forecast future threats to linguistic diversity. "There exists detailed information on projected future changes in the environment, economies and climates," Amano said. "Using such information, together with the findings of this study and further analysis, we would like to understand what will happen to the world's languages, where it will happen and which languages will be threatened in particular." 32. The language of Ainu is mentioned in Paragraph l in order to tell us that _______________. A. Japanese is new seriously threatened B. few people speak Japanese in the world C. Japanese is made up of many languages D. it is most likely to disappear in the future 33. What may endanger the languages most according to Amano? A. The diversity of society. B. The decline of the population. C. The development of economy D. The improvement of the environment. 34. The writer shows us the reasons that languages are endangered by ___________________. A. offering some examples B. performing some experiments . C. telling some interesting stories D. making a list of important facts . 35. It can be inferred from the last paragraph that _______________. A. the study is very important to languages B. world's languages are developing rapidly C. it is rather hard for us to protect languages D. future threats to languages can be predicted 第二节(共5小题;每小题2分,满分10分) 根据下面短文内容,从短文后的选项中选出能填入空白处的最佳选项。选项中有两项为多余选项。 The Mississippi The Mississippi is a great river whose relationship with man goes way back beyond its discovery in the 16th century. The River Indians used it as a highway and as a source of food, and it was they who gave it its name —— “misi” meaning “great” and “sipi” meaning “water”. When the length of its branch, the Missouri, is added to it, the Mississippi becomes greater. 36 . From the source of the Missouri to the tip of the delta (三角洲), it is 2, 480 miles long. Great rivers are likely to suffer floods. In 1927 the Mississippi flooded 26 thousand acres, sweeping away farms, towns, everything in its path. In 1938 its floods drowned or killed 200 people and made millions homeless. Today the river has largely been controlled. 37 . Industries have spread down some of the waterways of the delta, but otherwise the delta is a remote place, the homeland of a little colony of French Canadians that the British drove out of Nova Scotia in the 18th century. They still speak French, mixed with English, Indian, Spanish and Negro idioms. They keep to themselves, fanning the rich soil of the delta. 38 ___ . 39 . Pioneers who first reached its banks wondered not only where it went, but what lay beyond. In 1764 the French founded a city on the right bank of the river, and named it after their king, Louis XV. This city, named St. Louis, became the jumping-off place for the adventurous men and women who opened up the Great Plains, and the way to the Far West. Some 40 years earlier, at the beginning of the 18th century, the French had founded another city just above the Mississippi delta, New Orleans. 40 . New Orleans is one of the great ports of the world, and one of the greatest terminals for both sea and river traffic. A. It was the Mississippi that made the city what it is B. Levees, high banks built of earth, hold back the flood waters C. Therefore, as we know, it’s the third longest river in the world D. It is known that the “Great Water” has also been a frontier river E. However, they paddled up and down the Mississippi in their boats to seek their fortune F. The “Great Water” always remains a thread (分界线), for the streets of the city are below the level of the river G. They call themselves Cajuns, who have actually been leading fairly primitive lives and preserving their own traditions 第三部分 英语知识运用(共两节,满分45分) 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,从短文后各题所给的四个选项(A、B、C、D)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。   I was travelling by the West Coast Express to Mangalore two years ago. Berth (铺位) No. 55, not far from me, was taken by a middle-aged gentleman. When the _ 41 reached Palakkad Junction around 9 pm, a large group of 42 entered with much disturbance. Just then another middle-aged man from the group 43 that he owned Berth 55. He 44 had a paper given by his travel agent to support himself.   The 45 examiner arrived and told the second man that it was not his berth. “No,” said both men. “It’s mine.” A policeman from the Railway Protection Force tried to get the second man to 46 __. But he wouldn’t 47 _ — and he had the support of his many 48 .   Fierce arguments continued, even 49 the train left Palakkad. Then someone even 50 the emergency chain as we were leaving Tirur station, four stops after Palakkad. Nobody could 51 and it was getting late.    52 around midnight, I watched as a teenager, a 53 I’m sure, climbed down from an upper berth close to me. “Please 54 my berth,” he told the second man, who accepted it after a bit of 55 .   To my great surprise, the student then 56 a newspaper on the floor and was soon lost in deep, peaceful sleep. By now everybody was 57 as if nothing had happened! I’m a 58-year-old biology teacher who has 58 two recent generations of students. I was 59 once again that, contrary to popular opinions, young people can often be far 60 than many older ones. And that’s the hope of our nation. 41. A. train B. bus C. car D. plane 42. A. teachers B. villagers C. tourists D. workers 43. A. declared B. promised C. indicated D. advised 44. A. still B. even C. yet D. also 45. A. conduct B. machine C. seat D. ticket 46. A. fight B. leave C. sing D. learn 47. A. go away B. give in C. hold on D. calm down 48. A. companions B. soldiers C. teachers D. passengers 49. A. soon after B. long before C. long after D. ever after 50. A. designed B. stopped C. pulled D. escaped 51. A. read B. enter C. eat D. sleep 52. A. Suddenly B. Immediately C. Unluckily D. Meanwhile 53. A. businessman B. student C. nurse D. reporter 54. A. lend B. rent C. take D. spot 55. A. worry B. hesitation C. delay D. fear 56. A. threw B. found C. spread D. collected 57. A. thankful B. sorry C. happy D. quiet 58. A. controlled B. troubled C. greeted D. taught 59. A. convinced B. satisfied C. disappointed D. encouraged 60. A. prouder B. nobler C. cooler D. lazier 第II卷 第二节 语法填空(共10小题;每小题1.5分,满分15分) 阅读下面材料,在空白处填入适当的内容(不多于3个单词)或括号内单词的正确形式。 During my tour to Kunming in Yunnan Province, I met (61) _____ young Australian at Liuzhou railway station. I learned that he was 21 years old, (62) __________ (study) Asian literature and history at Sydney University. But to my surprise, he could speak four languages and knew much about the Asian culture and history, as well as ancient and modern Chinese literature and philosophy masters such as Confucius and Lu Xun. Young (63) _____ he was, he had travelled a lot, not only in China but also in many other (64) _________ of Asia. He was a college student. (65) __________, he did not get him stuck in classroom reading only. He said if one (66) ________ (real) wanted to know the society and the world, he should go out to see, to hear and to find out about the real life. (67) _________ , many students like him in Australia had part-time jobs (68) ___________ (earn) a living and save enough money for travelling. I (69) _________(impress) a lot. I was a bit older than him but I had (70) ______ (little) knowledge about the world. 第四部分 写作(共两节,满分35分) 第一节 短文改错(共10小题;每小题1分,满分10分) 下面短文中共有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:在缺词处加一个漏子符号(∧),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。 There are more and more students who are developing eating habits in our school, which has attached widely attention of the parents and our school. Some students often go to school without have breakfast. When they are hungry, they prefer eating some snack. Some of them are even particular with food; they only eat what they like and never touch food they don’t like even if they really need it for their health. What’s worse, some students eat or drink too much at a time, which do great harm to their health. As it is known, we are what we eat. It’s important of us to form a healthy eating habit. We should have various healthy diets what generally include proper amounts of fish, meat, vegetables, fruits as well as main food. Only in this way can we built a strong body and enjoy a better life. 第二节 书面表达 你在网络上读到一篇关于“九零后”的英语文章,你打算以“Post-90’s Generation”为题,用第一人称给《二十一世纪英文报》写一篇文章,内容包括: “九零后”的缺点: 1. 依赖性强;2.自私;3.贪图过舒适的生活等 “九零后”的优点 1. 渴望了解周围的世界;2.思想独立;3.有很多新观念等 你自己的感受…… 注意: 1. 必须包括表格中的所有内容;2. 为了使文章通顺完整,可以适当增加内容;3. 词数:120左右。 ________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ ________________________________________________________________________________ 庐江县六校联盟2016届高三年级第四次考试英语答案 听力 1------5 BCBAC	6 ------ 10 BCABC 11------ 15 BBAAC 16 ------20 ABCAA 阅读理解 21 ----- 24 CACB 25 ------ 28 DCBB 29 --- 31 ADD 32 --- 35 DCAD 36 ------ 40 CBGDA 完形填空 41------ 45 ACABD 46 ------ 50 BBACC 51------ 55 DABCB 56 ------ 60 CDDAB 语法填空 61. a 62. studying 63. as 64. countries / places 65. However 66. really 67. Therefore / Thus 68. to earn 69. was impressed 70. less 短文改错 There are more and more students who are developing eating habits in our school, which has attached widely attention of the parents and our school. Some students often go to school without wide have breakfast. When they are hungry, they prefer eating some snack. Some of them are even having snacks particular with food; they only eat what they like and never touch ∧ food they don’t like even if about the they really need it for their health. What’s worse, some students eat or drink too much at a time, which do great harm to their health. d oes As it is known, we are what we eat. It’s important of us to form a healthy eating habit. We for should have various healthy diets what generally include proper amounts of fish, meat, vegetables, that fruits as well as main food. Only in this way can we built a strong body and enjoy a better life. build 书面表达 Post-90’s Generation We, post-90’s generation, are living in a society full of fierce competition, and developing our special manners and values, which has raised people’s concern. It’s true that the post-90’s generation have some weaknesses. Some of us,for example, rely on our parents too much and tend to live comfortable lives. Some are even selfish and care little for others. At the same time,the post-90’s generation desire to learn more about the world around us, and we are independent in thinking. We always keep up with modern science and technology and have many new ideas. 命题人:白山中学 许从道 审题人:白山中学 胡晓峰 资源来源网络,https://www.kuaiwen.net ·10· 
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