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 整理 资源来源网络(https://www.kuaiwen.net)” 车胤中学2018-2019学年度上学期高三九月月考 英语试题 第一部分 听力 (满分30 分) 到答题卡上。 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。每段对话后有一个小题, 从题中所给的A、B、C三个选项中选出最佳答案, 并标在试卷的相应位置。听完每段对话后, 你都有10 秒钟的时间回答有关小题和阅读下一小题。每段对话仅读一遍。 例:How much is the shirt? A.£19. 15. B.£9.18. C.£9.15. 答案是C。 1. What does the man think of the lecture? A. Interesting. B.Long. C.Difficult. 2. Why is the woman disappointed? A. She missed the speech competition. B. She has trouble learning English. C. She got the last prize in the competition. 3. How long has the woman been working on the report? A. Two and a half months. B. Three months. C. Half a month. 4. How much did the man save? A.$5. B.$10. C.$15. 5. What part of the movie didn't the man like? A. The first half. B. The middle part. C. The ending. 第二节(共15小题;每小题1.5分,满分22.5分) 听下面5段对话或独白。每段对话或独白后有几个小题,从题中所给的A、B、C三 个选项中选出最佳选项。听每段对话或独白前,你将有时间阅读各个小题,每小题5秒 钟;听完后,各小题将给出5秒钟的作答时间。每段对话或独白读两遍。 听第6段材料,回答第6、7题。 6. What's wrong with the man? A. He has a fever. B. He has a stomachache. C. He has a toothache. 7. What harmed the man's health? A. Surfing the net too much. B. Working at his desk. C. Playing cards late into the night. 听第7段材料,回答第8.9题。 8. Why did the man go to the garage? A. To park his car. B. To get his car back. C. To have his car checked. 9. Why was the man very angry? A. The garage men charged him too much. B. They didn't repair his car properly. C. His friend didn't help him. 听第8段材料,回答第10至12题。 10. What is the man? A. A teacher. B. A vet. C. A businessman. 11. Why do animal owners sometimes annoy the man? A. They beat their animals. B. They abandon their animals. C. They don't take care of their animals properly. 12. What does the man ask some animal owners to do? A. Feed their animals medicines. B. Give their animals the right food. C. Give their animals regular baths. 听第9段材料,回答第13至1 6题。 13. Where did the woman find the forks? A. In the cupboard. B. Under the tablecloth. C. In one of the boxes. 14. How is the new house? A. Large. B. Expensive. C. Satisfying. 15. What is the probable relationship between the two speakers? A. Husband and wife. B. Boss and employee. C. Salesman and customer. 16. What are the two speakers talking about?[来源:] A. Starting a company. B. Decorating the house. C. Preparing to move out. 听第10段材料,回答第17至20题。 17. Where may we hear this announcement? A. In a department store. B. At an airport. C. In a theatre. 18. Why were the people asked to leave the building? A.A shopping bag was giving off harmful gas. B. Something explosive was discovered. C.A fire caused by cigarettes broke out. 19. Where was the explosive material found? A. On the street. B. In a dressing room. C. By the exit. 20. What were the people asked to do while leaving? A. To move away quietly and orderly. B. To hold the elderly and disabled. C. To go anywhere as quickly as possible. 第二部分:阅读理解(共两节,满分40分) 第一节(共15小题;每小题2分,满分30分) 阅读下列短文,从每题所给的四个选项(A、B、C、D)中,选出最佳选项,并在答题卡上将该项涂黑。 A Movie Nights at the Museum brings you classic movies in a classic location. Each film has been chosen for its connection to an area of our knowledge. We start this movie season with ocean-inspired cinema to celebrate the arrival of the noble blue whale in the Museum's typical hall, the site for the series. So get your popcorn, take your seat, and settle in for Movie Nights at the Museum. Jaws Did you know that great whites actually find the taste of human flesh not tasty? However, this legendary Steven Spielberg thriller sees a giant great white shark cause destruction on the shores of a New England beach town in the mid-1970s. Free Willy Did you know that the killer whale is not a whale? It's actually a dolphin. In this heart-warming 90s classic, orphan Jesse makes friends with a trapped killer whale and does whatever it takes to return him to his family and ocean home. Finding Nemo Contrary to popular belief, fish are actually good at remembering things. Follow young clownfish Nemo, taken unexpectedly from his Great Barrier Reef home, and his father and forgetful partner who go on a brave journey to find him, in this charming Disney adventure. The Little Mermaid In this classic Disney tale of a mermaid princess who dreams of becoming human, Ariel falls in love with a handsome prince, much to the sadness of her father and long-suffering friends. But did you know that a fish is actually brown and flat, with both eyes on one side of its body? Ticket: £ 28, Member: £ 25. 21.In which movie do fish memorize things well? A. Jaws. B. Free Willy. C. Finding Nemo. D. The Little Mermaid 22.Who helps a whale return to his home? A. Ariel. B. Jesse. C. Nemo. D. Steven. 23.Who will most likely be interested in the passage? A. A scientist on farming. B. A director of war movies. C. A teenager liking ocean life. D. A farmer hating cruel animals. B “You’ll be blind by the time you’re twenty-five,” a doctor at Children’s Hospital predicted. “Your blood sugars are much too high.” It consumed me. No matter where I was or what I was doing, it was overhead like a dark cloud, waiting for just the right opportunity to break open and destroy my world. I liked painting. Losing myself in painting filled me with peace. Painting provided me with the only place where I could escape from those threatening words. When I was twenty-one, my right eye went blind. Precisely three months after my twenty-fifth birthday, I had a massive hemorrhage (大出血) in my left eye because of an accident. For the next twenty years, vision came and went. I went through many eye operations in an attempt to keep my vision. But after one final operation, I lost the battle and all remaining vision. And I buried all dreams of painting. Desperate, I enrolled in (注册) a sixteen-week program for the blind and visually impaired (损伤的). I learned personal adjustment and the use of a computer with adaptive software. A whole new world opened up to me through this program. “Jaws and Window-Eyes are leading software for the blind,” my instructor told me. “You can use the Internet, e-mail and Microsoft with all its tools and features.” It’s amazing! Hope went up for the first time in years. “By learning how to use hot keys to control the mouse, you can use Microsoft Access, Excel and Powerpoint,” my instructor added. For the next several years, I learned that when one door closes, another door opens. There are plenty of choices available for the blind and visually impaired through the gift of technology. Not only do I have a speaking computer, but I have a speaking watch, alarm clock and calculator. 24.What does the underlined word “it” in Paragraph 1 refer to? A. The right opportunity. B. Losing my sight in the future. C. Consuming too much sugar D. The children’s hospital. 25. What happened when the author was 25 years old? A. He gave up painting. B. He went blind completely C. He injured one of his eyes. D. He picked up a new hobby 26. What brought a turning point to the author? A. A special course. B. A meaningful event C. An inspiring speech. D. An important interview. 27. What does the author intend to tell us? A. No pain, no gain. B. Every man has his price. C. Nothing is impossible to a willing heart. D. Be optimistic in the face of life’s difficulties. C Why do people lie? Many psychologists agree that lying can start from childhood. There are various reasons why children make false statements. They usually tell untruthful stories to cover up the mistakes that they have done in the past. Lying is also a way to avoid receiving punishments from parents. If parents fail to reprimand their children for making up false stories, then there is a possibility that they will continue to lie during their teenage years. Teenagers lie because they want to be accepted by their friends. This is the main reason why they create stories that are not true just to become presentable and acceptable to other people. In some instances, teenagers tell untruthful statements to avoid criticisms from their families and friends. As teenagers grow, lying becomes one of their habits. Their knowledge on making up untruthful stories becomes more developed. People lie in workplaces if they fail to meet the deadlines and if they fail to accomplish and do their tasks efficiently. Some of the common lies made in workplaces are getting sick and having emergencies at home. The danger involved in frequent lying is when it becomes a character. Frequent lying causes the development of the condition known to doctors as pathological(病态的) lying. Pathological lying is a mental health condition, which is associated with individuals who have the urge to tell untruthful statements. Patients suffering from it make up stories about everything and anything. These individuals lie to meet the standards of other people who they want to please. These patients deceive other people because it gives them an unexplained pleasure. One of the best ways of treating pathological liars is to help them tell true statements and stories at all times. This may be hard for them, but as they are accustomed to it, they will start to realize that they will be more accepted by their families and other people if they stop themselves from making up false stories. 28. The underlined word "reprimand" in Paragraph l means " ". A. scold B. fine C. praise D. disappoint 29. What's the major reason for teenagers' lying behavior? A. Protecting themselves. B. Pleasing themselves. C. Avoiding embarrassment. D. Becoming popular. 30. Pathological lying is a disease because the patients . A. lose interest in everything . B. are critical about themselves. C. can't help lying all the time . D. have the urge to please others. 31. The writer addresses pathological lying by analyzing A. some typical cases . B. its causes and development. C. its unexplained pleasure. D. the difficulty of its treatment D In cooperation with German experts, Several scientists from the University of Bradford believe that they finally solved a mystery that has been confusing millions of people: why our hair turns gray with age. The researchers came up with their results by examining native hair and cells from human hair follicles(毛囊). They say the secret turns out to be hidden in catalase(过氧化氢酶),which is causing hair to turn gray. Catalase production goes down with age and stress, allowing hydrogen peroxide(过氧化氢)in the hair to do its favorite job—making hair gray, and then white, by blocking the normal production of melanin(黑色素).Melanin is our hair's natural pigment that is responsible for the color of hair.It also determines the color of our eyes and skin. Dr.Gerald Weizmann, an editor of a journal, says,"All of our hair cells make a tiny bit of hydrogen peroxide, but as we get older, this little bit becomes quite a lot, and our hair turns gray and then white." The new study brings hope for millions of people who have to color their hair: to finally obtain some shampoo that will decrease levels of hydrogen peroxide and therefore restore gray or white hair to its natural color or even prevent it from turning gray. The researchers are already conducting an experiment with such a drug on a few volunteers with gray hair and expect to get the results in the next two to three months. If everything works out, millions of people will choose between this drug and other previously used expensive dyes. However, even if the drug works, it will take at least several years before it can be brought to the market. 32.What is the passage mainly about? A. The effect that gray hair has on people. B. The chemical elements of people's hair. C. The reason why people's hair turns gray. D. New drugs to prevent people's hair from turning gray. 33.According to the passage, people's hair turns gray because of______. A. a decrease in catalase B. the death of hair cells C. the production of melanin D. a decrease in hydrogen peroxide 34.Which of the following statements is TRUE according to the passage? A. The new study shows it's harmful to color our hair with dyes. B. Dr.Gerald Weizmann is in charge of the new drug experiment. C. Our hair cells make lots of hydrogen peroxide when we are young. D. We may restore our gray or white hair to its natural color with shampoo. 35.What can we learn from the last paragraph? A. Only a small number of people can use the new drug. B. Most of the volunteers in the experiment are old people. C. The drug cannot be brought to the market soon even if it works. D. The researchers have already known the results of the experiment. 第二节(共5小题;每小题2分,满分10分) 根据短文内容,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。 Did you feel like the negative remark was more influential than the compliments that you received earlier? If the answer to the question is “Yes”, then you are not alone. 36 When negative remarks come about, you remind yourself that it is only someone’s opinion and everyone is entitled to express their opinions. They have the right to say anything they want to say. 37 . You can choose to do whatever you feel necessary with that person’s opinion. When I was a kid, I heard a saying — “A barking dog won’t stop a moving carriage.” That is to say if a carriage is moving and a dog is running after it while barking, the carriage won’t stop because of that dog’s barking. As to campus bullying, I suggest an exercise to kids who are being bullied at school. 38 Take a deep breath, in through your nose. Exhale out of your mouth, and pretend there is a drinking straw in your mouth so that you exhale air in a straight line. This short exercise will be calming, and allow you to stay cool. 39 . I personally do not know anyone who is calm. What I’m suggesting is that you learn to productively deal with other people’s negatively, and take control of your emotions and thoughts. In an article in Psychology Today, Dr Raj Raghunathan says, “The difference between ordinary people and extraordinary people is simple. Extraordinary people choose to listen to their positivity and ignore other people’s negativity.” 40 . So you should learn how to deal with negative remarks and not let them control your emotions and thoughts. A. Meantime, you choose to be affected by the negative remakes. B. They see things differently. C. There are many people feeling like this, but you all need to learn how to handle negative remarks. D. As far as I’m concerned, some else’s opinion is not necessarily a reflection of your reality. E. Now I’m not asking you to become calm. F. Therefore, you must stay calm. G. Please do the exercise next time someone is pushing your buttons or getting under your skin, and you’re about to lose your temper. 第三部分:英语知识运用(共二节,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) 阅读下面的短文,从短文后各题所给的四个选项(A、B、C和D)中,选出可以填入空白处的最佳选项,并在答题卡上将该项涂黑。 It was my first year of graduate school and my professor was standing on the platform. He was telling us about a  41 he made years ago. About a decade earlier, my professor had been a sales manager at a large company. They were  42 a national campaign and preparing for a major brand launch. My professor was  43 the operation. For almost two months before the launch day, he was  44 all over the country to talk with major partners.  45 crossing the country on flights, he was also trying to  46 his department. For weeks he would have meetings all day, answer  47 and phone calls all night, and  48 three or four hours of sleep. The week before the big launch day, his body  49 . He had to be rushed to the hospital. Major organs had started to  50 from the long-term stress. He spent the next eight days in hospital,  51 to do anything as the launch day came and went. Imagine that your  52 and energy are a bucket of water. In your daily life, there are things that  53 your bucket up. These are inputs like sleep, nutrition, laughter, and other forms of  54 . There are also forces that drain(使排出) the water from your bucket. These are  55 like stress from work or school, relationship problems, or other forms of anxiety. The forces that drain your bucket aren’t all  56 . To live a productive life, it can be important to have some things  57 out of your bucket. Working hard in the gym, at school, or at the office allows you to produce something 58 . But positive outputs are still outputs and they drain your energy  59 . These outputs are gradual. Even a little leak can result in significant water loss 60  time. 41 A. prediction B. decision C. fortune D. mistake 42 A. at the end of B. in the middle of C. at the mercy of D. at the mercy of 43 A. sponsoring B. leading C. assisting D. adopting 44 A. researching B. driving C. flying D. inspecting 45 A. Before B. Though C. While D. Since 46 A. run B. promote C. expand D. observe 47 A. emails B. charges C. problems D. door 48 A. pull in B. squeeze in C. take in D. bring in 49 A. give up B. give in C. give out D. give away 50 A. disappear B. suffer C. function D. fail 51 A. ready B. unwilling C. eager D. unable 52 A. health B. status C. success D. reputation 53 A. break B. pack C. fill D. cover 54 A. rest B. recovery C. entertainment D. accommodation 55 A. restrictions B. consequences C. examples D. outputs 56 A. uncontrollable B. unpredictable C. uncomfortable D. unfavorable 57 A. flowing B. slipping C. escaping D. growing 58 A. typical B. valuable C. casual D. exotic 59 A. suddenly B. surprisingly C. partly D. thoroughly 60 A. over B. beyond C. after D. before 第二节(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(1个单词)或括号内单词的正确形式。 Recently, an Internet slang word Foxi- or "Buddhist"- is becoming increasingly popular as it encourages people, especially  61 young to remain calm and peaceful and avoid conflicts as much as possible- in other words, to live like a Buddha.     The phrase 62  (create) for the first time in 2014 in Japan to describe young men who no longer bother to start relationships with women or follow someone else's life path. They prefer to stay in their own peaceful world without  63 (disturb) and care little about passion and success.     In this fast-changing and  64 (compete) world, many people are 65  heavy pressure. It's only natural that people are seeking for a spiritual bay. However, some would compare "foxi" with "demotivational (无动力的) culture"- a phrase 66 describes young people who feel aimless and powerless. They say that foxi actually reflects the reality that young people are losing their will to fight. They are pretending  67 (keep) a healthy and wise attitude towards failure simply 68  they are incapable(无能力的) of succeeding.     All in all, there is one thing that "Buddhist Youngsters" should  69 (basic) keep in mind: You may want to keep a calm mindset, 70 you should never stop fighting for yourselves! 第四部分 写作(共二节,满分35分) 第一节:短文改错(共10小题;每小题1分,满分10分) Last weekend, after pay a visit to the city of New York, I visited the Smithsonian Institutions National Air and Space Museum, where lies in Washington, D.C. The museum, which covers a area of 18,000 square meters, is made of 24 exhibition halls. All kinds of planes, rockets, missiles and spaceship of great importance and variously old instruments that famous pilots and astronauts used are on display. In addition, I see copies of some satellites and aircraft. More interestingly, I tried operating on some aircraft by myself. During the visit, I took lots of pictures as well. This brief visit helped myself learn much about the history of human’s space exploration. It made me more interesting in science and technology. 第二节 书面表达(满分25分) 假如你是李华,正在英国交流学习。为了让希望来中国旅游的英国同学更好地了 解中国民俗(folk customs),你希望可以成立一个中国民俗社团。请你用英语给你校学 生会负责人Mr. Green写一封信,申请成立该社团。要点如下: 1.你对该社团的构想(原因、具体措施、可能的好处等); 2.希望得到批准。 提示: 1.词数100左右; 2.可以适当增加细节,以使行文连贯; 3.开头和结尾已经给出,不计人总词数。 Dear Mr.Green, I'm Li Hua, an exchange student from China.____ Yours sincerely, Li Hua 2018-2019学年度上学期高三英语九月月考答案 第一部分 听力(每小题1.5分,满分30分) 听力部分 1-5 BBAAC 6-10 AACAB 11-15 CBBCA 16-20 CCBBA 第二部分 阅读理解(共20小题;每小题2分,满分40分) 21-25 CBCBC	26-30 ADADC 31-35BCADC 36-40 CDGEB 第三部分 完形填空(共20小题;每小题1. 5分,满分30分) 41—45. DBBCC 46-50 AABCD 51-55 DACBD 56-60 DABCA 语法填空 (共10小题;每小题1. 5分,满分15分) 61the;62was created;63 being disturbed/disturbance; 64competitive; 65 under; 66 which/that; 67 to keep;68 because;69 basically;70 but 短文改错(共10小题;每小题l分,满分10分) 1, pay(paying 2, where(which) 3 a (an) 4 made(∧up) 5 spaceship (spaceships) 6 variously (various) 7 see(saw) 8on(去掉on) 9 myself (me) 10 interesting( interested) 书面表达 (满分25分) 资源来源网络,https://www.kuaiwen.net ·14· 
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