高 三 英语 试 卷
（满分：150分 用时：120分钟 命题：高三英语备课组）
1. What are the speakers talking about?
A. Having a birthday party.
B. Doing some exercise.
C. Getting Lydia a gift
2. What is the woman going to do?
A. Help the man. B. Take a bus. C. Get a camera.
3. What does the woman suggest the man do?
A. Tell Kate to stop B. Call Kate’s friends C.Stay away Kate
4. Where does the conversation probably take place?
A. In a wine shop B. In a supermarket C.In a restaurant.
5. What does the woman mean?
A. Keep the window closed.
B. Go out for fresh air.
C. Turn on the fan.
6. What is the man going to do this summer?
A. Teach a course. B. Repair his house. C. Work at a hotel.
7. How will the man use the money?
A.To hire a gardener. B. To buy books. C.To pay for a boat trip.
8. What is the probable relationship between the speakers?
A. Schoolmates. B. Colleagues. C. Roommates.
9. What does Frank plan to do right after graduation?
A.Work as a programmer. B. Travel around the world. C. Start his own business.
10. Why does the woman make the call?
A. To book a hotel room.
B. To ask about the room service.
C. To make changes to a reservation.
11. When will the woman arrive at the hotel?
A.On September 15 B.On September 16 C. On September 23
12. How much will the woman pay for her room per night?
A. ＄179 B. ＄199 C. ＄219
13. What is the woman’s plan for Saturday?
A. Going shopping. B. Going camping. C. Going boating
14. Where will the woman stay in Keswick?
A. In a country inn. B. In a five-star hotel. C. In her aunt’s home.
15. What will Gordon do over the weekend?[:]
A. Visit his friends. B. Watch DVDs. C. Join the woman.
16. What does the woman think of Gordon’s coming weekend?
A.Relaxed B.Boring C. Busy
17. Who is Wang Ming?
A. A student B. An employer C. An engineer
18. What does the speaker say about the college job market this year?
A. It is unpredictable B. It is quite stable C. It is not optimistic
19. What percentage of student job seekers have found a job by now?
A. 20% B. 22% C. 50%
20. Why are engineering graduates more likely to accept a job?
A. They need more work experience.
B. The salary is usually good.
C. Their choice is limited.
Weekend Miracles give children aged 9 and older in the Children’s Center the
opportunity to visit a host family who partners the child to find the child a
permanent family. The host family arranges activities that the child will enjoy
and introduces the child to their circle of friends—in order to develop a
lasting connection with someone.
Organization: Kidsave International Location: the United States
Duration: 2 days to 6 weeks
Web Designer Needed
We need the skills of a Web designer to help us redesign our website. The
project will be fun and fulfilling, and give much needed visibility (能见性) to our
grass-roots projects that are serving children and mothers in every corner of
Organization: Children’s Fund Location: the United States
Duration: 3 weeks to 2 months
Doctors and dentists are needed as volunteers at Shechen Medical Clinic in Nepal
for two months or longer. In Tibet, we need doctors for only 1-2 months.
Dentists can come for one month or longer. Please understand that modern
conveniences are not available here.
Organization: Dilgo Khyentse Fellowship Location: Nepal
Duration: 21 days to 6 years
Teaching English to Children in India
The Salus Foundation, Inc. needs help from volunteers, teachers, college
students or recent college graduates trained in ESL, or who are willing to be
trained in ESL to teach English to the students at the Sulaxim School.
Organization: The Salus Foundation, Inc. Location: India
Duration: 6 weeks to 9 months
Chimpanzee Sanctuary in Cameroon
In Defense of Animals in Africa needs help from highly motivated, mature
volunteers who care about the conservation of great apes and are willing to live
in an isolated, challenging, French-speaking environment for six months to
benefit our future generation.
Organization: In Defense of Animals in Africa Location: Cameroon
Duration: 6 months
21. Which of the following fields is NOT mentioned in the passage?
A. Health B. Education C. Politics D. Wildlife conservation
22. Which of the following is suitable for John, an American college student,
who wants to learn about the lives of children in other countries?
A. Weekend Miracles B. Chimpanzee Sanctuary in Cameroon
C. Web Designer Needed D. Teaching English to Children in India
23. The purpose of Weekend Miracles is mainly to help children .
A. enlarge their circle of friends
B. learn more about the outside world
C. find a family who is willing to raise them
D. get chances to communicate with other children
“Would you mind lying in a coffin (棺材)? Would you shave your head? Are you
willing to take out your false teeth?”
These are just a few of the questions Anne Marie Stewart and her staff
sometimes ask the "talent" who serve as non-speaking "extras" in special films,
television series, and made-for-TV movies produced in Toronto.
Of course, the majority of extra calls are for more ordinary people, and
Stewart has a list of about 650 registered extras. Crowd scenes, which are
common, call for everyday people of all ages, ethnic backgrounds, and sizes.
Over at Movie People, last-minute requests are not unusual. "We got a request
once for an entire brass band of 30 people. They wanted it within the hour,"
said manager Yvonne McCartney. Another time, the company got a last-minute
request for a newborn baby. "We found a baby that was three weeks premature,"
said Jonathan Aiken, an owner of the company.
Then there was the worried call from a casting director whose "Star" got
doggone stubborn one day and decided to just lie down and not work. The director
needed a replacement dog, fast. "We got them two in one hour." said Aiken. "It
was a matter of good connections and fast phone work." The eight phone lines
needed to make 350 to 400 calls a day are one of Movie People's major expenses.
Phone lines are the only way to stay in touch with casting directors and
extras; but the latter are a group not necessarily interested in a long-term
relationship. Most extra jobs pay only $7 an hour (with a six-hour minimum),
while most agencies charge an annual $75 registration fee and get 10 to 15 per
cent of extras’ earnings. It's no wonder that the turnover rate is fairly high.
Some people who are between jobs do extra work as a temporary measure, said
McCartney. But professionals, such as lawyers, also do the work because it's
interesting. Others with flexible jobs have a desire to do something different.
Some homemakers want to get out of the house and onto a movie set. Money's not
the motivating reason.
"One of the first things I say to people who walk in and ask about being an
extra is, ‘You have to be available,' "said a person at Karen Clifton Agency.
Inc. "The next thing I say is, 'You can't make a living at this.' ”
24. What kind of people are movie extras?
A. TV series makers. B. Casting directors.
C. Non-professional movie actors. D. Agents for movie stars.
25. According to the passage, movie extras should _____.
A. have special talents B. have a flexible schedule
C. make good connections D. make hundreds of phone calls daily
26. Why do white collar workers most probably like to be movie extras?
A. They want to make more money. B. They want to start a career in acting.
C. They think their regular job is boring. D. They think being on the stage is
27. The underlined word “turnover” in the sixth paragraph probably means _____.
A. business profit B. the loss of staff
C. market demand D. operation expenses
Given that many people's moods (情绪)are regulated by the chemical action of
chocolate, it was probably only a matter of time before somebody made the
chocolate shop similar to a drugstore of Chinese medicine. Looking like a
setting from the film Charlie& the Chocolate Factory, Singapore's Chocolate
Research Facility (CRF) has over 100 varieties of chocolates. Its founder is
Chris Lee who grew up at his parents' comer store with one hand almost always in
the jar of sweets.
If the CRF seems to be a smart idea, that's because Lee is not merely a
seasoned salesperson but also head of a marketing department that has business
relations with big names such as Levi's and Sony. That idea surely results in
the imagination at work when it comes to making different flavored(味道
The CRF's produce is "green", made within the country and divided into 10
lines, with the Alcohol Series being the most popular. The Exotic Series一with
Sichuan pepper, red bean .cheese and other flavors一also does well and is fun to
taste. And for chocolate snobs，who think that they have a better knowledge of
chocolate than others, the Connoisseur Series uses cocoa beans from Togo, Cuba,
Venezuela , and Ghana, among others.
28. What is good about chocolate?
A. It serves as a suitable gift. B. It helps improve the state of mind.
C. It works as an effective medicine. D. It strengthens business relations.
29. Why is Chris Lee able to develop his idea of the CRF?
A. He knows the importance of research. B. He learns form shops of similar
C. He has a lot of marketing experience. D. He has the support of many big
30. Which line of the CRF produce sells best?
A. The Connoisseur Series. B. The Exotic Series.
C. The Sichuan Series. D. The Alcohol Series.
31. The words "chocolate snobs" in Paragraph 3 probably refer to people who
A. are particular about chocolate B. know little about cocoa beans
C. look down upon others D. like to try new flavors
The Republic of Vanuatu is an island nation located in the South Pacific Ocean.
It was one of the poorest nations in the region. Within the last five years,
however, it has become a hot spot for adventure travelers. In 2006 it was voted
the happiest place on Earth. The reason is not that Vanuatu are the richest but
that Vanuatu has white-sand islands, clear waters, the world’s most accessible
live volcano, great diving and food that grows faster than it can be picked.
With a population of about 221,000, Vanuatu has 113 languages, which is a
result of 3,000 years of immigration from many Pacific countries. There are
three official languages: English, French, and Bislama. Bislama developed from
South Pacific English, a simplified language that traders and other foreigners
used it to communicate with speakers of the many local languages.
Most of the islands are mountainous and of volcanic origin. There are several
active volcanoes in Vanuatu, including Yasur on the island of Tanna, one of the
world’s most accessible volcanoes. If you’ve ever fancied getting close to a
volcano, here’s your chance.
Vanuatu Post’s Underwater Post Office has quickly become one of the busiest
post offices for postcards in the world! Visitors from around the world want to
experience the world’s first underwater post office. The Post Office is only 50
meters offshore and at just three meters below the surface, very appealing to
the young and young at heart. Since opening in 2003, the underwater post office
has received about 100,000 visitors. They have posted one of the waterproof
postcards available in Vanuatu; these cards are collected regularly by one of
Vanuatu Post’s four trained divers. The underwater branch is manned daily for
usually about an hour, longer with demand.
32. Vanuatu was voted the happiest place on Earth because _______.
A. it’s the poorest nation in the region B. it’s Vanuatu that are the richest
C. it’s a favorite place for adventurers D. it’s blessed with abundant nature
33. From the text, _______ led to over one hundred languages spoken in Vanuatu.
A. immigration B. location C. dialects D. foreigners
34. Which of the following is true about Vanuatu?
A. Bislama developed from local Pacific French.
B. Yasur is one of the live volcanoes in Vanuatu.
C. Vanuatu has more than 113 official languages.
D. Underwater Post Office has opened for 5 years.
35. Which of the following would be the most proper title for the text?
A. Working at the underwater branch B. Great diving in amazing Vanuatu
C. A hot spot for adventure travelers D. The busiest post office on Earth
You may have grown up living with sisters and brothers, or this may be your
first time sharing your living space with someone else. 36 However, it can also
be a great part of your college experience. Follow these tips to make sure you
and your roommate keep things pleasant and supportive throughout the year.
Be clear from the beginning.
Maybe you hate it when someone interrupts you when you are sleeping every
morning. Maybe you need ten minutes to yourself before talking to anyone after
you wake up. 37 It's not fair to expect him or her to pick up on them right
away, and communicating what you need is one of the best ways to get rid of
problems before they become problems.
This may seem simple, but it's probably one of the biggest reasons why roommates
experience conflicts. Don't you think he'll mind if you borrow his shoes for a
quick soccer game? For all you know, you just stepped over an uncrossable line.
Don't borrow, use, or take anything without getting permission first.
Be open to change.
You should expect to learn and grow and change during your time at school. 39 As
the term progresses, realize things will change for both of you. Be comfortable
addressing things that unexpectedly come up, setting new rules, and being
flexible to your changing environment.
Follow the Golden Rule.
40 No matter what your relationship is at the end of the year, you can take
comfort knowing you acted like an adult and treated your roommate with respect.
A. Respect your roommate's things.
B. Let your roommate know about your preferences.
C. Treat your roommate like you'd like to be treated.
D. Living with a roommate is really a wonderful thing.
E. Having a roommate surely has its challenges.
F. You should correct your bad habits first.
G. And the same should happen to your roommate, if all goes well.
The Beginning of Drama
There are many theories about the beginning of drama in ancient Greece. The one
most widely accepted today is based on the 41 that drama evolved from ritual(
宗教仪式). The argument for this view goes as follows. In the beginning, human
beings 42 the natural forces of the world—even the seasonal changes—as
unpredictable, and they sought through various means to 43 these unknown and
feared powers. Those measures which appeared to 44 the desired results were then
kept and repeated until they changed into 45 rituals. 46stories arose which
explained or masked the mysteries of the rituals. As times passed, some rituals
were 47 , but the stories, later called myths, continued to exist and provided
material for art and drama.
Those who believed that drama evolved out of ritual also argue that those
rituals contained the 48 of theater because music, dance, masks, and 49 were
almost always used. 50 , a suitable site had to be provided for performances and
51 the entire community did not participate , a(n) 52 division was usually made
between the “ area of acting “ and the “ area in which an audience sits ”.
Besides, there were performers, and, since considerable importance was 53 to
avoiding mistakes in the practice of rituals, religious leaders usually 54 that
task. Wearing masks and costumes, they often imitated other people, animals, or
supernatural beings, and mimed (用哑剧表演出) the 55 effect—success in hunt or battle,
the coming rain, the revival of the Sun— 56 an actor might. Eventually such
dramatic representatives were separated from 57 activities.
Another theory traces the theater’s origin from the human interest in 58 .
According to this view , tales about the hunt , war or other things are told and
gradually spread. 59 through the use of action and dialogue by a narrator and
then through the assumption of each of the roles by a different person. A
closely related theory traces theater to those dances that are primarily
gymnastic or that are 60 of animal movements and sounds.
41. A. background B. assumption C. evidence D. theory
42. A. viewed B. employed C. imagined D. dismissed
43. A. take B. possess C guarantee D. control
44. A. start B. show C. bring D. continue
45. A. usual B. direct C. convincing D. fixed
46．A. Apparently B. Actually C. Eventually D. Naturally
47. A. spread B. abandoned C. followed D. celebrated
48. A. seed B. content C. myth D. history
49. A. costumes B. routines C. instructions D. performances
50. A. As a result B. In fact C. On the contrary D. In addition
51．A. when B. although C. unless D while
52．A. deep B. equal C clear D extra
53. A. attached B. related C. committed D. tied
54. A. put up B. took up C. took on D. put on
55. A. unexpected B. unpredicted C. prepared D. desired
56. A. whenever B. as C. whatever D. so
57. A. social B. political C. economic D. religious
58. A. accounts B. story-telling C. descriptions D drama-writing
59. A. at that time B. at a time C. at first D. at once
60. A. imitations B. creatures C. presentations D. exhibitions
By “luxury(奢侈品)”, we mean "a pleasant and often expensive thing that is not
necessary". From a historical point of view, things which were a luxury when
they first came into being all became necessities later.
Anything, no matter _____61____luxurious it is, will become a necessity, when
it is widely used. This is true of many of the present luxuries, among which
mobile phones, cars, computers and many other things______62_____(include). It
is known to all that the purpose of the development of science is _____63______
(make) things easy for the mankind, not for only____64_____small number of
people. _____65______, the first thing to do after a new invention occurs is to
spread it so as to benefit ______66_____ many people as possible. In the course
of the spread, the luxury becomes decreasingly luxurious until ____67______the
end it becomes a necessity. This is an objective law, and nothing can be an
With the quick____69____ (develop) of science and technology, the process for
many things to become a necessity from a luxury will be greatly shortened.
Anything that can be imagined will be invented and in no time becomes a
necessity _____70__ (access) to ordinary people.
Nearly five years before ,and with the help by our father, my sister and I
planted some cherry tomatoes（圣女果）in our back garden. Since then---for all these
year---we had been allowing tomatoes to self seed where they please . As result,
the plants are growing somewhere. The fruits are small in size, but juicy and
taste. There are so much that we often share them with our neighbors .Although
we allow tomato plants to grow in the same place year after year, but we have
never had any disease or insect attack problem. We are growing wonderfully
tomatoes at no cost!
假设你是李华，你校外教老师Mr. Hans 组织英语小组的同学周六下午去他家交流阅读2015年雨果奖(Hugo Award)科幻巨著《三体》（The
Dear Mr. Hans,
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阅读: 21-23 CDC 24- 27 CBDB 28-31 BCDA 32-35 DABC
完形填空: 41-45 BADCD 46-50 CBAAD 51-55 ACACD 56-60 BDBCA
语法填空:61 how 62. are included 63. to make 64. a 65. Therefore/Thus
66.as 67. in 68. exception 69. development 70. accessible
改错:Nearly five years before, and with the help byour father, my sister and I
planted some cherry tomatoes
（圣女果）in our back garden.Since then---for all these year---wehad been allowing
tomatoes to self
seed where they please . As∧result, the plants are growing somewhere. The fruits
are small in size, but
juicy and taste. There are so muchthat we often share them with our neighbors
.Although we allow
tomato plants to grow in the same place year after year, butwe have never had
any disease or insect
attack problem. We are growing wonderfullytomatoes at no cost!
Dear Mr. Hans,
I really regret to say that I cannot attend the lecture to share thoughts about
The Three-body Problemin your apartment this Saturday afternoon, and I am
writing this letter to express my apology.
The reason for my absence is that I have to meet an English teacher from America
at the airport this Saturday afternoon. The plane is due to arrive then and it
is impossible to rearrange the time. It is really a pity that I will miss such a
valuable opportunity to exchange ideas about the novel, which has won the 2015
I am wondering if you could send me a summary of the discussion next Monday, for
I believe it will be interesting and informative.
I am truly sorry for my absence and hope you will accept my sincere apologies.
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