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 整理 资源来源网络(https://www.kuaiwen.net)” 大庆实验中学2015—2016学年度上学期 高三年级第一次月考英语试题 说明:本试卷分第一卷(选择题)和第二卷(非选择题)两部分,满分120*1.25=150分,时间100分钟 第一卷 第一部分 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和D)中,选出最佳选项。 A When most fathers discover their daughter is getting married, they set to work planning a witty speech. But when John Butcher's little girl tied the knot, he wanted to get one better than that. So the 50-year-old from Allington, Kent, spent 200 hours learning to sing so that he could surprise his daughter, Natalie, on her wedding day. John had secret singing lessons for more than six months and practised at home so he could be perfect when he performed in front of 100 people on the big day. John then sang a version of the Elvis classic “Always On My Mind” to his shocked daughter during her wedding reception in October. She said: “We had the most amazing day which was finished off perfectly with the surprise of my dad singing after the speech. I was in shock but touched by the choice of song and the amount of effort that had gone into the preparation. Everyone seemed to be as blown away as I was and it is something I will never forget.” John's wife, Mel, 47, was equally as shocked and touched by her husband bursting into song. John said: “My wife Mel was in tears as she knew nothing about the performance.” John said he came up with the idea to sing at the reception in April but as he admitted he wasn't previously able to carry a tune, he signed up for lessons to help him impress the wedding guests. He said: “I really can't sing and don't pretend to. I spoke to Darren in April about the idea and started lessons in May. I've had a lesson every other week and have practised the song for an hour a day since then.” Housewife Mel, said she was proud of her husband's efforts to make their daughter's day even more memorable. 1. John takes __________ hours to learn to sing. A. 100 B.150 C. 180 D. 200 2. What can we infer from the text? A. John had singing lessons without telling his family members. B. John’s song only moved his family. C. John learned to sing to please guests . D. John liked to sing songs. 3. The passage mainly tells us __________. A. John secretly practiced singing for his daughter. B. John’s strange behavior. C. John’s daughter’s wedding. D. the story of John’s practicing songs. B I learned my first lesson from my grandparents when I was young. They both grew up in very large families and lived through the Great Depression. Saving for a rainy day was their life philosophy. Rather than seeking fulfillment through material items, they chose to spend really simple life together with their family. Over the years my grandparents notice dramatic changes in their community. Every year more farmland was destroyed to build larger and larger homes. As real estate(地产) prices rose, many of their neighbors sold their little homes and land. Soon theirs was the only small house surrounded by a sea of mansions(漂亮的住宅). My grandparents built and lived in a small 600-square-foot cottage for most of their adult lives. Lots of family members encouraged my grandparents to expand their little old house. But they didn't want a bigger one. They loved their little house and were content with what they had. My grandparents avoided a consumptive (浪费的) lifestyle by painting and repairing the house themselves. They lived in a small home, but had a huge garden. They loved gardening and planting because it reduced their grocery bill, improved their health, and gave them an excuse to be outside. They also reused and recycled many things. For instance,they had driven the same car for over 15 years and didn't buy a new one until the old Chevrolet was worn out. From my grandparents, I learned an important lesson: it is possible to live a simple life. My grandparents taught me that living a simple life isn't about self-deprivation(自我牺牲). Instead ,it's about giving yourself the time, freedom, and money to pursue your dreams. Becoming debt free, downsizing to a smaller home, and going out on foot instead of by car are good ways to take control of your life and start pursuing your dreams. 4. The community’s changes include all the following EXCEPT that _______. A. many mansions were built there B. many neighbors sold their houses C. the houses became more expensive D. people built more farmland 5. The author's grandparents didn't expand their house because ______. A. they didn't understand the family members' advice B. their house was really new and large enough C. they were satisfied with the house they lived in D. they were too old to do any house-building job 6. Which of the following is a consumptive lifestyle in the grandparents' opinion? A. Changing cars in a short time. B. Planting vegetables in the garden. C. Reusing and recycling things. D. Repairing the house themselves. 7. Which can be the best title of this passage? A. How to Live Simply B. My Grandparents C. A Simple Lifestyle D. A Lesson from My Grandparents C Top Four Ways to Build a Wonderful LifegkstkCom 1. Live Below Your Means There will always be temptation to give up the future for immediate pleasure. We all want to buy that new piece of technology, treat ourselves to an expensive night on the town, or take out a loan for the flashy car we can’t afford. It might feel great at the time but unwise spending hurts a lot later on. Enjoy life’s simple pleasures and save as much as you can. Expensive things don’t create lasting happiness and security. Careful spending will bring you greater leisure and enjoyment in the long run. 2. Put Your Money to Work Saving is great, but to make the most of your money you need to put it to work. Good investments can be the difference between retiring in your 40’s or in your 60’s. A post today at The Simple Dollar really got me thinking. According to Trent’s estimates, if a person in their early 20’s invests 20% of their income in an S&P index fund, the interest they earn will equal their current salary when they reach their early 40’s. They could retire without a drop in income! Wise investing is the surest path to financial independence and it’s something everyone can work on. It’s definitely an area I’ll be devoting more attention to in my personal life. 3. Educate Yourself To be happy we need continuous growth. The best way to grow is life-long education. This doesn’t mean you need to pursue a doctorate or spend 2 hours reading every day. Self-education can be anything that takes you out of your comfort zone. The important part is keeping an open mind and searching for fresh ideas and perspectives. Education builds over time. It might feel like the bits of wisdom you acquire don’t mean much, but over the years they add up to form a wiser, kinder, more interesting person. 4. Develop Lasting Personal Relationships Suppose you had everything you wanted. Would you be happy without anyone to share it with? The personal relationships we develop with friends and family members are the greatest source of happiness in our lives. Don’t forget about them. Taking the time to cultivate and enjoy personal relationships is essential to long-term happiness. Without the people you care about you’ll probably be miserable, no matter how successful you become. 8.	According to the passage, in order to achieve financial independence after retirement, we’d better ________. A. get along well with our family and friends B. bring ourselves leisure as well as enjoyment C. invest our money wisely when we are young D. learn some new skills and try to find a new job 9.	From the passage we can infer that some people try to ________. A. gain happiness by buying themselves expensive things B. save everything they can to help those in need C. devote more attention to their personal life D. take out a loan to promote technology 10.	The author of the passage may agree that the key to self-education is ________. A. gaining as many degrees as possible B. being open to new ideas and views C. only focusing on very big events D. creating long-term happiness 11.	The above passage is written in order to ________. A. explain what true happiness is about B. offer ways to achieve a happy and successful life C. introduce different definitions about happiness D. persuade readers to find out the meaning of life D There is a common belief among parents that schools are no longer interested in spelling. No school I have taught in has ever considered spelling unimportant as a basic skill. There are, however, quite different ideas about how to teach it, or how much priority (优先) it must be given over general language development and writing ability. The problem is how to encourage a child to express himself freely in writing without holding him back with spelling.      If spelling becomes the only point of his teacher's interest, clearly a bright child will be likely to "play safe". He will write only words within his spelling range. That's why teachers often encourage the early use of dictionaries and pay attention to content rather than technical ability.      I was once shocked to read on the bottom of a sensitive piece of writing about a personal experience: "This work is terrible! There are far too many spelling mistakes." It may have been a sharp criticism of the pupils' technical abilities in writing, but it was also a sad thing for the teacher who had omitted (略过) to read the composition, which contained some beautiful expressions of the child's deep feelings. The teacher was not wrong to draw attention to the mistakes, but if his priority had centered on the child's ideas, an expression of his disappointment with the presentation would have given the pupil more hope to seek improvement. 12. Teachers differ in their opinions about   _______ . A. the difficulties in teaching spelling B. the necessity of teaching spelling C. the importance of the basic writing skills D. the role of spelling in general language development 13. The expression "play safe" probably means ______. A. to write carefully         B. to avoid using words one is not sure of C. to use dictionaries frequently   D. to do as teachers say 14. Teachers encourage the use of dictionaries so that______. A. students will be able to express their ideas more freely. B. teachers will have less trouble in correcting mistakes. C. students will have more trust in writing. D. students will learn to spell words correctly. 15. The main idea of the passage is _______. A. the importance of developing writing skills B. the importance of spelling C. the correct way of marking composition D. the relationship between spelling and the content of a composition 第二节 (共5小题;每小题2分,满分10分) 根据对话情景和内容,从对话后的选项中选出能入空白处的最佳选项。选项中有两项为多余选项。 Each Indian tribe had a different language. Many Indians never learned any language except their own. Do you know how Indians from different tribes talked to each other? They had two ways to talk without sound. __16__ Sign language is a way of talking by using signs. Indians used sign language when they met strangers. In this way, they could find out whether the stranger was a friend or an enemy. In the Indian sign language, signs were made with the hands. Indians usually used signals when they wanted to send messages to someone far away. To make signals, an Indian might use a pony. __17__ Or he might use smoke, a mirror or fire arrows. To signal that he had seen many animals, an Indian rode his pony in a large circle. Sometimes the Indian gave a signal like this and then went away to hide. __18__ The blanket signal was visible from far away. An Indian held the corners of a blanket in his hands. Then he began to swing the blanket from side to side in front of him. __19__ He could also send many signals with a mirror. He usually used the mirror to warn someone of danger. Or he attempted to get the attention of a person far away. But he also used it to send messages in code. __20__ At night, Indians used fire arrows for signaling.    An Indian also sent signals with smoke. He made a small fire of dry wood. Then he put grass or green branches on it. He held a blanket over the fire for a minute. When he removed the blanket from the fire, there was a cloud of smoke. The number of clouds of smoke told his message in code. Now you can see that Indians didn’t need to learn each other’s language. They could talk to one another by using signals or sign language. A. Of course, mirrors could be used only when the sun was shining. B. An Indian could send many different signals with his blanket. C. But they still can make themselves understood. D. This meant that there was danger . E. Different things mean different to them. F. He might use a blanket. G. One way was by sign language ; the other way by signals. 第二部分 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和D)中,选出可以填入空白处的最佳选项。 Many years ago, Dad worked as a farmhand (农场工人). At that time, he had a horse. Every Saturday he __21__ to the town after dinner and spent a few hours on social  __22__ with other farmhands, such as drinking, chatting, and playing cards in the café. On Saturday evenings, the café was  __23__ because many farmhands were there. Before midnight Dad returned home on his horse, quite satisfied with his __24__ . In his words, he  __25__ thought of changing his job. At the age of 31, Dad married my mother who was a schoolteacher. In the following spring I came  __26__  into the world. Life became hard, so my mother felt  __27__. She told Dad that they must make a  __28__. My mother had __29__ of how some famous persons, especially Thomas Edison who was born in a poor family, fought against fate and achieved greatness and  __30__. And she  __31__ that I would some day become a great leader  __32__ men or cities and Dad should be a successful businessman. So she  __33__  Dad to give up his job as a farmhand, sell his horse and  __34__  a small business of his own. And I went to high school and college. She even sent me abroad for __35__ education when I graduated from college. Under the drive of my mother’s hope, Dad and I  __36__ what we have today. Dad runs a big international   __37__  and I am a successful lawyer  __38__  great fame in my country,  __39__ not a leader as my mother expected. Dad said, without my mother, we wouldn’t be what we are today; at least, he would remain a farmhand.   __40__  he got a lesson of life —sometimes we really need drive from outside. 21A.rode B.walked C.ran D.drove 22 A.conversations B.games C.relationships D.activities 23 A.cold B.crowded C.quiet D.dirty 24 A.horse B.entertainment C.life D.beer 25 A.often B.ever C.never D.sometimes 26 A.laughing B.singing C.sleeping D.crying 27 A.unimportant B.busy C.unsatisfied D.tired 28 A.living B.change C.decision D.house 29 A.dreamed B.heard C.thought D.spoken 30 A.honesty B.money C.fame D.energy 31 A.cared B.knew C.forgot D.hoped 32 A.training B.ruling C.helping D.protecting 33 A.warned B.wanted C.allowed D.persuaded 34 A.start B.find C.design D.sell 35 A.farther B.higher C.easier D.closer 36 A.showed B.kept C.lost D.achieved 37 A.company B.school C.farm D.café 38 A.suffering B.sharing C.enjoying D.following 39 A.though B.if C.and D.since 40 A.So B.However C.Or D.Because 第二卷 第二部分 英语知识运用 (共两节,满分45分) 第二节 (共10个空,每空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。 Dear Miss Smith, I think it’s time I __41__(tell) you why I cried at school. My dad has __42___ drinking problem. It’s called “alcoholism”. It means that he can’t control his drinking. Sometimes when he comes home, he is really drunk and shouts at all of us .Then Mom shouts at him because he has spent all the money. Sometimes he hits not only my mom___43___ also my sister and me for no good reasons, just because he is drunk. Sometimes my sister and I are so ___44___ (frighten) that we hide in our room. I __45__(use) to hate my mom and dad for all that—Mom for shouting at Dad and making him even__46___(mad), and Dad for his drinking. Now I don’t hate them any more because I find out why they were like that. One day a lady came and told us about Al-Anon. It is an organization which helps families and friends of problem drinkers understand the disease of alcoholism and how to stop drinking. My mom went to Al-Anon. Now __47__ don’t quarrel like before. Meanwhile I went to Alateen; that is for kids___48___(affect) by a drinking parent or friend. If you know of any kids who might have a problem ___49___ a drinking parent of a drinking friend, you could tell them where they can get help. It ___50___ (real) helped me . 第三部分: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) 短文中共有10处语言错误,每句话最多两处错误。错误涉及一个单词的增加、删除或修改。 增加:在此处加一个漏字符号(∧),并在其下面写出增加的词; 删除:把多余的词用斜线(\)划掉; 修改:在错的词下划一横线,并在其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(从十一处起)不计分。 Great changes have been taken place since World War II. But perhaps a biggest change is the telephone. People no longer write letters for one another. They pick up the telephone. Every house has at least two, sometimes three, four and five telephones. Every office has many telephones. There have more telephones than people in American. My little house has three telephones. In the morning the first thing wakes me is my telephone ring. Long distance telephone calls are very cheap before 7 o’clock in the morning. So my friend Jane in Boston often telephone me to say “Good morning”. You never have to write a letter. You simple take up the telephone and say what I want to say. 第二节 书面表达(满分25分) 假如你是李华,你的笔友Tom 针对他们学校课间跑操的问题向你抱怨,认为那是浪费时间而且消耗体力。请你就这个问题给Tom写一封电子邮件,内容如下: 1. 感谢Tom对自己的信任; 2. 谈谈你们学校的做法; 3. 你对课间运动的看法。 注意: 1.词数100左右; 2.可以适当增加细节,以使行文连贯; 3.开头和结束语已写好,不计入总词数。 参考词汇:physical exercises during breaks 课间运动学 Dear Tom, I’m glad to receive your letter .____________________________________________________ _________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ __________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ Yours sincerely, Li HuagkstkCom 高三英语月考题答案 阅读理解; DAA DCAD CABB DBAD 七选五: GFDBA 完形填空: ADBCC DCBBC DBDAB DACAA 语法填空:41.told/should tell 42. a 43. but 44.frightened 45. used 46.madder 47. they 48. affected 49 with 50. really 短文改错: 1 . 去掉been 2. a 改为the 3. for 改为to 4. and 改为or 5. have 改为are 6. American 改为America 7. me 后加up 8. telephone 改为telephones 9. simple 改为simply 10. I 改为 you 书面表达Dear Tom,:] I’m glad to receive your letter . It is an honor for me to share with you the ideas about physical exercises during breaks . In my school, we also take exercises during breaks .We run twice each day in the form of the whole class . I think physical exercises during breaks are beneficial to our health . We students sit still for most time of a day,which is bad for our health. Lack of sports can lower our ability to prevent diseases. If we are ill , we can’t study. So I hope you can take an active part in physical exercises during breaks . I’m looking forward to your reply. Yours sincerely , Li Hua 资源来源网络,https://www.kuaiwen.net ·9· 
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