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 整理 资源来源网络(https://www.kuaiwen.net)” 湖北省百校大联盟2016届高三上学期10月联考 高三英语试卷 考生注意: 1.本试卷分第I卷(选择题)和第Ⅱ卷(非选择题)两部分,共150分。考试时间120分钟。 2.请将各题答案填在试卷后面的答题卡上。 3.本试卷主要考试内容:高考全部内容。 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。 1. What time is it in New York? A. It's 5:00 pm. B. It's 7:00 pm. C. It's 10:00 pm. 2. What do we know about the man? A. He dialed the wrong number. B. He was looking for Philips. C. He invited the woman to have ice cream. 3. What does the man think is important? A. To be unexpected. B. To enjoy every song. C. To get what you expect. 4. What may lead to the man finding no job? A. His age. B. His living address. C. His email address. 5. Why isn’t the man's brother bringing Jennifer to the party? A. They are divorced now. B. They live very far away. C. Jennifer broke her leg. 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,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。 听第6段材料,回答第6、7题。 6. Where might the woman usually study? A. In the library. B. At home. C. In the lab. 7. What is the man's major? A. Psychology. B. Physics. C. Maths . 听第7段材料,回答第8、9题。 8. What is the relationship between the speakers? A. They are brother and sister. B.They are roommates. C. They are lovers. 9. Why didn't the man invite the woman at first? A. He was embarrassed about her presence. B. He thought she had other plans. C. He wanted her to go out with her friends. 听第 8段材料 ,回答第 10至 12题 。 10. What is the name of the cat? A. Alice. B. Lola. C. Jenny. 11. What is Alice's advice for the pregnant woman? A. Name her baby what she wants. B. Make her sister get another cat. C. Find another name for her baby. 12. Why does the woman read the advice page? A. To feel better about herself. B. To get good advice. C. To be entertained. 13. How many people went on the trip together? A. Four. B. Twelve. C. Eighteen. 14. According to the man, what is most important on family trips? A. Having some privacy. B. Spending time with the children. C. Visiting as many places as possible. 15. What is the closest city to where the man stayed? A. Cordoba. B. Madrid. C. Sevilla. 16. How does the man feel about the trip now? A. Quite tired. B. Very grateful. C. A little disappointed. 听第 10段材料 ,回答第 17至 20题。 17. Who is the intended audience of this announcement? A. Staff at children's organizations. B. Young people who want to volunteer. C. People who have given money in the past. 18. How much money of the donations will go to services this year? A. 85 %. B. 95 %. C. 100%. 19. Which program would be funded by this foundation? A. After-school programs. B. Future career planning. C. Computers for preschool students. 20. What type of support does the foundation want? A. Equipment only. B. Both volunteers and equipment. C. Both financial donations and volunteers. 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和D)中,选出最佳选项。 A According to RAGBRAI, columnist Donald Kaul and copy editor John Karras in 1973 published a short description about their intention to ride across the entire state. Any readers equally crazy were welcome to join them. The self-described "wannabe hippies(另类嬉皮士)”were surprised when they reached the motel parking lot in Sioux City only to be greeted by some 250 bicyclists. The modern RAGBRAI on its peak days now direct more than 20,000 riders from around the globe into remote rural corners that thirst for such a tourism increase. A woman named Marbro Rush-Osborn had reached out to RAGBRAI director T.J. Juskiewicz because she had unearthed old photos of Kaul and Karras bicycling the rural Iowa roads in 1971-two full years before our official two-wheeled activity. Her late ex-husband, Larry Eckholt, was the Register's bureau chief in Iowa City in 1971 when Karras and Kaul decided that they would ride from Des Moines to Iowa City-a 125- mile, 13-hour journey. ¨We went out to the west side of Iowa City to see them coming down the road," she remembered. The two journalists never had ridden more than 60 miles every time. ¨We used to bike from 44th street out to Waukee four times a week," Karras said. But the Iowa City journey "put a whole different view on possibilities.” Yes, friends, this was the ride on which Karras and Kaul more or less brainstormed RAGBRAI. These rediscovered photos show the journalists with their wannabe-hippie hair blowing in the window-not hidden beneath biking helmets. 21. What can we know about RAGBRAI? A. It owns 20,000 riders in America. B. It is popular worldwide. C. It started with a formal cycling race. D. It organized a riding across Sioux City in 1973. 22. The underlined "unearthed" (Para.4)probably means¨____”. A. described B .founded C. discovered D. hidden 23. According to the text, the two journalists A. founded and developed RAGBRAI in a way B. made their living through RAGBRAI C.used to bike to work D. failed to realize their early dream 24. What is the best title for the text? A. The journalists saving RAGBRAI B. Where will RAGBRAI go? C. The first "Bike Day" D. The history of RAGBRAI B Sometimes the best family vacations are those newly-planned trips that require just a little bit of planning and a short drive in the car. Boston to Fitchburg, Mass TIME IN CAR: 1 HOUR Drive northwest out of Boston to this city with a small-town feel. Then head indoors and cool down as you enjoy the artwork at downtown Fitchburg Art Museum. Pit stop: Historic Concord, Mass is the perfect place to stop for lunch. Dallas to Grapevine, Texas TIME IN CAR: 30 MINUTES Kids will love the Grapevine Vintage Railroad in this historic town. Climb aboard trains pulled by an 1896 steam locomotive (蒸汽机车) or a 1953 diesel engine (柴油机车) for a short ride to and from the Fort Worth Stockyards. Pit stop: the 5. 2-acre Nash Farm in Grapevine gives visitors a quick look at life in 19th- century Texas. Philadelphia to the Pocono Mountains TIME IN CAR: 2 HOURS Make a break from the City of Brotherly Love and head for the hills. Miles of trails are perfect for hiking and biking, and sandy lakeside beaches are a great place to relax. Pit stop: Stop at the Crossing Premium Outlets in Tannersville, Pa, and look through more than loo stores for take-home gifts. Washington to Williamsburg, Va. TIME IN CAR: 3 HOURS Pack up the family and head southeast to see Revolutionary War history come to life at Colonial Williamsburg and Yorktown Victory Center, England's first colony at Jamestown. The kids will be amazed at the way people used to make everyday items such as shoes and baskets and they might just learn something, too. Pit stop: Go to Bowling Green, Va. , an "All-American City" with historic ties. 25. This text mainly offers us some information about . A. artwork in Philadelphia B. children's classes C. modern life in Texas D. choices of car trips 26. If we want to go hiking, the trip will take us _ . A. 30 minutes B. 1 hour C. 2 hours D. 3 hours 27. If children want to learn to make something, they should choose . A. Boston to Fitchburg, Mass B. Dallas to Grapevine, Texas C. Philadelphia to the Pocono Mountains D. Washington to Williamsburg, Va. C There are several ways to become knowledgeable about different cultures. One way is to read books written by authors from a particular culture. This allows people to gain a real look into the culture. For example, when a teacher wishes to expose his students to a different culture, he will often read them stories based on the culture. To learn about various tribes of Native Americans, he may read students books like The Rough Face Girl by Rafe Martin or The Windigo's Return: A North Woods Story by Douglas Wood and Greg Couch. He may invite Native American storytellers to visit the classroom so students can listen to authentic tales from that culture. Another way to learn about different cultures is to try to learn a foreign language. Many language-learning books and audio programs are available. A person can choose a language he has always wanted to learn and locate learning programs to help him master the language. If he feels especially ambitious, he can attend a foreign language class. Making contact with native speakers of the language allows him to gain firsthand knowledge of a particular culture as he struggles to learn the language. A person can learn about different cultures if he tastes authentic food from a specific culture. Becoming familiar with a culture's authentic food is a giant step in the right direction. Food allows people to gain insight into a special way of life. Signing up for a pen pal deserves a try. The Internet has made it possible for people to correspond with others from different countries just by logging on to the web. Corresponding with people from other countries through e-mail or snail mail is another useful way to become familiar with different cultures. 28. We can learn from Paragraph 2 that Douglas Wood is _ . A. an American writer B. a famous American teacher C. good at learning world cultures D. an author of The Rough Face Girl 29. Making contact with native speakers _ . A. is a struggle for most language learners B. requires more effort than other approaches C. can help increase one's knowledge in that culture D. is the least effective way to learn about different cultures 30. How many ways of learning about a different culture are mentioned in the passage? A. Three. B. Four. C. Five. D. Six. 31. What is the author's purpose of writing this passage? A. To make comparisons. B. To make arguments. C. To present facts. D. To give advice. D We are surrounded every day by thousands of chemicals. These chemicals have been found to be safe-on their own. But are they still "safe" if mixed with other chemicals? That's the big question. On its own. each chemical seems harmless. But in combination with other chemicals, they may become deadly. That is the finding of a two-year study by a high-profile task force of scientists. The task force was told to investigate the cancer-causing possibility of chemical mixtures. I.inda Gulliver was one of 174 scientists on the task force. Their job was to study the cancer-causing potential of 85 chemicals. All 85 are said to be common in the environment. Ms Gulliver explains that chemicals have the potential to form dangerous mixtures. Even simple minerals can become dangerous when mixed with chemicals found in plastics or beauty products. While the chemicals are safe on their own. she says, the researchers found that many chemical compound cause cancer in human cells. Working in groups, the scientists explored how different chemical mixtures could lead to cancer. Ms Gulliver's team looked at the ability of different combinations to support the increase of malignant (恶性的) human cells. She says the big issue-what she calls "the $ 64 million dollar question"-is, "Which common, everyday chemicals do people need to avoid?" "The $ 64 million dollar question that everybody wants to ask is, ‘Which chemicals should we be looking out for?'’And the answer to that is, ‘We don't know yet. ’" She says the current way to identify whether chemicals cause cancer is to test them one at a time. This method leads, she adds, to a long list of supposedly "safe" chemicals. She and her team say that approach needs to change. "We definitely need certain research ... to find out what mixtures of chemicals would be more harmful than others; what groups of chemicals, when together, would produce more harmful effects. And at the moment, that is not known. " 32. The purpose of the researchers' work is . A. to find ways to protect human cells B. to study the character of the chemicals C. to study the cancer-causing possibility of mixtures D. to study how deadly the chemicals in our homes are 33. According to Ms Gulliver's words, their research work is . A. still limited B. completely successful C. practical to other researchers D. not well received 34. What's the best title of the passage? A. Chemicals are everywhere B. Chemicals can lead to cancer C. What is in chemicals in our daily life? D. Mixture of safe chemicals may cause cancer 35. What can be inferred from the passage? A. Harmful chemicals are throughout our homes. B. Scientists know which mixture does harm to our health. C. Researchers have quick approaches to study the chemicals. D. It is hard to tell what mixture of chemicals is harmful. 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。 Whether you' re a child, teenager, young adult or are middle-aged, respect for your parents is an important value. Your parents are the people who raised you, devoting time, energy and money to your development. 36 No matter your age, there are 5 ways to show respect. ●Respect their belongings. One important way to show respect is to show regard for the things important to your parents. For younger children, this may mean not touching jewelry or other valuable things. For grown children, respect may mean returning a borrowed tool in good condition and on time. Lack of respect for a parent's belongings is a violation of personal boundaries. 37 And never borrow things without asking first. ●Punctuality . 38 Therefore, always be on time. For teenagers, showing up on time means coming home by curfew(宵禁).Adult children should show up on time for family dinners or events, or to pick a parent up for a medical appointment. Call if you're going to be late because parents worry about children, no matter their age. ●_39 Remembering birthdays, anniversaries and other special days is a sign that you honor your parents. Make plans to take them to lunch or dinner or bake a cake or cookies. Most parents don't expect expensive gifts, but a handmade gift is always appreciated .A phone call from a grown child who lives too far for a visit is a welcome sign of respect. ●Be kind. Kind words and affection are simple ways to show respect. Tell your parents you love them. Listen and allow your parents to speak without interruption. Show a sincere interest in what your parents have to say. Be patient with your parents and don't rush them. Never talk back or be rude or disrespectful. Acknowledge your parents' achievements. 40 A.Be a good listener. B.Celebrate with them. C. Lateness indicates a lack of respect. D. Treat your parents the way you would like to be treated. E. And they love you unconditionally throughout your life. F. Being respectful helps build positive relationships with others. G. Don't take advantage of your parents' kindness and generosity. 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和D)中,选出可以填入空白处的最 佳选项。 I learned from several friends we could make big changes in our life without doing big things. Donna taught me about the importance of word 41 and reminded me that it was absolutely 42 ,taking away my imagined economic barrier. I decided to__43 it. Slowly I stopped using the word "can't". Instead of saying “I can't go with you tonight",1 would say,¨1 wish I could go with you, but I already have plans with my friends and I cannot 44 .”Sometimes it forced me out of old 45 . The 46 word to go was "should". This word symbolized something that I had to do but I didn't want to do. 47 ,I started doing what I liked. So when busy ,I came to get my workouts at home in the morning instead of at my 48 club in the evening as before. Nora helped correct the change of my workout 49 . "Why? Early morning is the only time you 50 . After that, your job can easily take over.” Then I got rid of "never", 51 it with "not yet". Instead of closing a door, this expands the 52 of doing something someday. My example went like this. 。You've never been to Dubai(迪拜)?”Regina ,a partner of my friend, asked. “No, not yet.” “Well, come visit! I'd love the 53 ;you can stay with me!" 1 was 54 because of the invitation from someone who barely knew me. So I 55 an excuse to avoid. Regina 5 6 her head. "Darling, I'm a very straightforward(直接的)person.I invited you, so I 57 it.” 1 was too terrified t0 58 that day. Less than a year later, 59 ,I gathered my courage and went to visit Regina.1 was taken to amazing places. All 60 I used the words “not yet". 41.A.style B. number C. length D. choice 42.A.free B. functional C. regular D. similar 43.A.forget B. try C. complete D. doubt 44.A.cancel B. practice C. reflect D. explain 45.A.friends B. days C. activities D. habits 46.A.last B. first C. next D. short 47.A.Suddenly B. Instead C. Nowadays D. Unfairly 48.A.music B. driving C. wealth D. health 49.A.routine B. amount C. effect D. place 50.A.miss B. own C. set D. allow 51.A.connecting B. replacing C. equipping D. mixing 52.A. failure B. trouble C. possibility D. dream 53.A.journey B. company C. suggestion D. chat 54.A.happy B. desperate C. ashamed D. shocked 55.A.depended on B. paid for C. looked for D. got to 56.A. raised B. held C. used D. shook 57.A. make B. mean C. accept D. claim 58.A. refuse B. speak C. look D. act 59.A.eventually B. generally C. personally D. surely 60.A.because B. if C. where D. that 第Ⅱ卷 第三部分英语知识运用(共两节,满分45分) 第二节 (共10小题;每小题1.5分,满分15分) 阅读下面材料,在空白处填人适当的内容(1个单词)或括号内单词的正确形式。 One sentence from the news in Washington 61 (remain)in my mind since a trip last summer: When you see people run 62 the crowd escaping from the danger, they are 63 (probable) firefighters, police or journalists .I think this is most true for the firefight- ers. Whenever and wherever 64 (disaster) happen-9/11 Attacks in New York 14 years ago or the explosion in Tianjin on Wednesday night-it is always the firefighters 65 take the lead to run to the very center, 66 (save) lives by risking their own. I cried today near the explosion site, not because of the smoke from the ongoing fire 67 because of a short message a firefighter sent to a trusted friend that went viral online. It reads, "If I cannot make it, my father is 68 (you) father; and please remember69_(sweep) my mother's tomb .“I was thrilled later to learn that he did make it. “Everyone knows it's dangerous to be a firefighter. But he has always liked it and has done it for 12 years," his father said. "He survived this time, but no one knows what 70 (happen) next time.” 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) 假定英语课上老师要求同桌之间交换修改作文,请你修改你同桌写的以下作文。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:在缺词处加一个漏字符号(),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:在错的词下画一横线,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。 Dear Tom, Recently ,I have heard that you feel stressing as a student of Senior Three. Here is some advices on how to study effective. First of all, learn in the relaxing way. This will remove our pressure, making study as an easy job. Another way to keep up our spirits is to take part in sports. Not only exercise build up the body, but also it provides us time to relax and refresh our mind, helping us memorize things faster and long. Music, too, are another effective means of refreshing and helping them concentrate better. Last but not least, we should exchange ideas with our classmates. Through the communication we can find support, that will encourage us to overcome difficulties in our study. Yours, LiHua 第二节 书面表达(满分25分) 假设你是李华,最近你的朋友Lily写信说他们学校有演讲比赛,但是她不打算提前准备。 请给她写一封回信,内容包括: 1.举例说明充分的准备和成功之间的重要关系; 2.作为高三学生,你认为如何才能做好充分准备迎接高考。 注意: 1.词数100左右; 2.短文须包括所给要点,但不必逐句翻译; 3.可以适当增加细节,以使行文连贯; 4.文章的开头和结尾已经给出,不计人总词数。 Dear Lily, I am writing to tell you that making full preparations is vital to success. Looking forward to hearing from you. Yours faithfully, Li Hua 资源来源网络,https://www.kuaiwen.net ·14· 
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