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 整理 资源来源网络(https://www.kuaiwen.net)”  成都外国语学校高2016届高三上期10月月考 英语试卷 注意事项: 1.答第I卷前考生务必将自己的姓名、准考证号填写在答题卡上。 2.选出每小题答案前,用2B铅笔把答题卡上对应题目的答案标号涂黑。如需改动, 用橡皮擦干净后, 再选涂其他答案标号框, 不能答在本试卷上,否则无效。 第一部分 听力(共两节,满分30分) 做题时,先将答案标在试卷上。录音内容结束后,你将有两分钟的时间将试卷上的答案转涂到答题卡上。 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. How is the weather today? A. Sunny. B. Cloudy. C. Rainy. 2. When does the train leave for Boston? A. 9: 25. B. 12:00. C. 11: 45. 3. What does the man want? A. A cup of coffee. B. Orange juice. C. Pancakes. 4. What will they do tonight? A. Go to the cinema. B. Go to a concert. C. Go to a restaurant. 5. Where are the speakers probably? A. At a bank. B. At a supermarket. C. At a post office. 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。每段对话后有几个小题,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。听每段对话前,你将有时间阅读各个小题,每小题5秒钟;听完后,各小题给出5秒钟的作答时间。每段对话读两遍。 听第6段材料,回答第6至8题。 6. On which day is there no train to New York City? A. Saturday. B. Sunday. C. Monday. 7. Which train will the man take? A. 10:30. B. 12:20. C. 15:10. 8. How much is a hard seat? A. $15. B. $6. C. $8. 听第7段材料,回答第9至11题。 9. Where is the woman? A. At the doctor’s. B. At the drugstore. C. At the shop. 10. What can we learn about the woman? A. First she went to an African seafood restaurant. B. Then she went to eat Chinese seafood. C. At last she had a lot of Italian things. 11. What is the man’s suggestion? A. Don’t have anything. B. Take some medicine. C. Stay in bed for some days. 听第8段材料,回答第12至14题。 12. Where are the speakers speaking? A. In the hotel. B. In the restaurant. C. On the phone. 13. What kind of room would the woman like? A. Single room. B. Double room. C. Standard room. 14. When would the woman check out? A. December 23rd. B. December 25th. C. December 27th. 听第9段材料,回答第15至17题。 15. What are the speakers talking about? A. An actor. B. An artist. C. A cook. 16. What has Sam mo Hung become? A. A producer. B. A director. C. A producer and director. 17. Where can we see Sam mo Hung cook? A. On the magazine. B. On the Internet. C. On TV. 听第10段材料,回答第18至20题。 18. How often does the speaker go to Soho? A. Every two days. B. Once a week. C. Twice a week. 19. How many languages does the Englishman speak? A. 5. B. 6. C. 7. 20. What’s the Englishman interested in? A. cooking. B. Mountain climbing. C. Languages. 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。并在答题卡上将该选项涂黑. A You may not pay much attention to your daily elevator ride. Many of us use a lift several times during the day without really thinking about it .But Lee Gray, PhD, of the University of North Carolina, US, has made it his business to examine this overlooked form of public transport. He is known as the “Elevator Guy”. “The lift becomes this interesting social space where etiquette(礼仪)is sort of odd” Gray told the BBC. “They are socially very interesting but often very awkward places”. We walk in and usually turn around to face the door. If someone else comes in, we may have to move. And here, according to Gray, lift users unthinkingly go through a set pattern of movements. He told the BBC what he had observed.    He explained that when you are the only one inside a lift, you can do whatever you want--- it’s your own little box.    If there are two of you, you go into different corners, standing diagonally (对角线地) across from each other to create distance.    When a third person enters, you will unconsciously form a triangle. And when there is a fourth person it becomes a square, with someone in every corner. A fifth person is probably going to have to stand in the middle.    New entrants(新进入者) to the lift will need to size up the situation when the doors slide open and then act decisively. Once in, for most people the rule is simple --- look down, or look at your phone. Why are we so awkward in lifts? “You don’t have enough space,” Professor Babette Renneberg, a clinical psychologist at the Free University of Berlin, told the BBC. “Usually when we meet other people we have about an arm’s length of distance between us. And that’s not possible in most elevators.” In such a small, enclosed space it becomes very important to act in a way that cannot be understood as threatening or odd. “The easiest way to do this is to avoid eye contact,” she said. 21. The main purpose of the article is to _____.    A. remind us to enjoy ourselves in the elevator    B. tell us some unwritten rules of elevator etiquette    C. share an interesting but awkward elevator ride    D. analyze what makes people feel awkward in an elevator 22. The underlined phrase “size up” in Paragraph 7 is closest in meaning to _____.    A. judge        B. ignore        C. put up with       D. make the best of 23. According to the article, people feel awkward in lifts because of _____.    A. someone’s odd behaviors              B. the lack of space    C. their unfamiliarity with one another    D. their eye contact with one another B I was born and raised in England in a culture where privacy and “keeping yourself to yourself” were valued traditions. Speaking to strangers was not encouraged. People were most hospitable and friendly—but only once they had been introduced to new people. However, I have been lucky enough to spend some time in both Italy and the US, where I found traditions of hospitality and politeness to be very different. I experienced Italian hospitality first-hand on a crowded railway carriage travelling, one afternoon, from Genoa to Florence. Sinking gratefully into an empty seat, I was berated(斥责) in rapid Italian by a gentleman who was returning to this seat-it had not been “spare” after all. I apologized in English, and got up to allow him back into the seat. The gentleman obviously had no understanding of the English language, but he, too, realized my genuine mistake. He smiled and gestured for me to remain in the seat, and he himself remained standing in the corridor for the remainder of the journey. The other occupants of the carriage smiled and nodded at me and made me feel quite welcome amongst them. I feel that if this had been in England, a foreigner who made a mistake would not always be so kindly treated. Transport also featured in the differences I noticed between English and American culture. I flew to New York on a plane with mainly English passengers. We sat together in near silence. Nobody spoke to me nor, as I expected, to anyone else they did not know. They felt it was not polite to intrude on someone else's privacy. However, when I travelled across the United States, whether by plane or Greyhound bus, I was never short of conversation. Conversation was going on all around me and whoever sat next to me was happy to introduce themselves and ask me about myself. They obviously felt it would have been rude not to speak to another person, whether they were strangers or not. 24. The purpose of the author is to tell us ________. A. his travelling experience B. cultural differences to show hospitality and politeness C. the culture shock he experienced in Italy and the US D. how to adapt ourselves to a new culture 25. What do we know about the occupants of the carriage when the author was travelling in Italy? A. They all laughed at the author for his mistake. B. They would not bear a mistake like the author's in public. C. They were all on the side of the gentleman. D. They all showed their understanding of the author's mistake. 26. The author probably believes the Italian people are________. A. cold        B. rude           C. hospitable       D. helpful 27. The last paragraph mainly tells us ________. A. the difference between English and American culture B. why Americans like to start a conversation C. different attitudes of Englishmen and Americans towards conversation D. the importance of privacy among Englishmen C For history fans, Margaret Thatcher is one of the most interesting of the British Prime Ministers. She is praised by both British and American conservatives for her firm principles and accomplishments of her term.    Being so popular, it is only appropriate that a solid movie be made to detail the life of the first female Prime Minister of the United Kingdom. The film Iron Lady focuses on Thatcher (Meryl Streep) and her dementia(痴呆症), with certain items in her house reminding her of periods of her life, which then start series of flashbacks. Thatcher also fantasies of her husband, Denis (Jim Broadbent), and holds conversations with him throughout the film.    In a world controlled by men and where women are thought to belong to the kitchen, Thatcher struggles to break through the barriers of sex to win a seat in Parliament(国会). Not only does she struggle with her sex, but being the daughter of a simple shopkeeper, she struggles with class barriers.    After winning a seat in Parliament in 1959, Thatcher was appointed Secretary of State for Education and Science(SES). The film details how the leadership of her party didn’t take her or her opinions seriously. Thatcher became tired of being unheard and decided to challenge the leadership of the party and run for Leader of the Opposition. Not expecting to win the position, she took off in popularity, continuing a strong campaign even after her manager was killed by the Irish Republican Army.    Thatcher, after the conservative party won a majority in Parliament, became the first woman Prime Minister of the UK. She took off in popularity until an economic decline hit the country. She regained popularity after the Falklands War.     The film, in many cases, shows archive footage(资料片)to convey the historic timeline of the movie. The film does an excellent job in recording the complex life of one of Britain’s most complex women. It examines the price that Lady Thatcher paid for power, the class and sex struggles she overcame, and the burden of dementia. The film strikes an astonishingly dear portrait of the “Iron Lady” and will be sure to stand the test of time.    28. According to the passage, the film Iron Lady is mainly about__________.   A. Margaret Thatcher and her dementia B. Thatcher’s principles and achievements   C. the British Prime Ministers’ interests D. Margaret Thatcher and her husband 29. When Thatcher worked as Secretary of SES, _________.   A. her party took her and her opinions seriously         B. she tried hard to break through the barriers of sex   C. she struggled to break through the class barriers          D. she wasn’t respected by the leaders of her party 30. This passage is possibly a(n) ___________.?   A. autobiography B. political report C. film review D. life story 31. What is the author’s attitude towards the film Iron Lady?   A. Negative B. Positive C. Disapproving D. Casual D They may have text, email, Facebook and Twitter, but young people are still lonelier than any other age group. The Loneliness in New Zealand report, published by Statistics New Zealand, shows under 30s are more likely to feel lonely than older people because loneliness decreases with age. Loneliness and poor mental health were strongly related across all ages. Young people were not as likely to feel lonely because of financial hardship, but among older people, lack of money was a significant influence on loneliness. Women were more likely to feel lonely than men. Philip Walker, spokesman for the General Social Survey, said because it was relatively new it was hard to know whether loneliness among young people was a new trend. But overseas research had found that levels of loneliness in youth today are growing.  Mr. Walker said the finding needed more exploration, including looking at the role of technology and social media. “It could be that people’s expectations of connection have gone up, so we expect increased levels of connection,” he said. “While technology like cell phones could help young people stay connected, on the other hand for those who do get bullied, especially bullied online, it’s quite isolating. A lot of the time potentially it is a big contributor to loneliness.” Figures from online dating website FindSomeone also confirmed more young people were looking for love. Manager Rick Davies, said younger dating hopefuls were the fastest growing group on the site. Mr. Davies noted that since the report data was collected in 2010 there had been huge growth in smart phones, which meant people were online even more. He believed online tools, such as Skype, could help people stay connected. “People can keep in touch with a wide range of friends from all over the world much more easily now. It’s like you’re sitting in your living room having a chat with them.” Bemardine Reid, operations committee chairwoman for Samaritans, which operates a free helpline, said many of their calls came from people who were lonely. “It might be that they’ve got some problem, just like all the things people would normally talk to a friend about, but people who are alone lack those normal contacts.” The Statistics New Zealand report also showed people who didn’t have face-to-face contact with family and friends were more likely to feel lonely, as were those who lived alone.  32.Which of the following may Mr. Walker agree with?  A.High technology may become a reason for loneliness. B.Social media should play an important role in helping lonely people. C.It’s hard for people to get enough connection online as expected. D.People shouldn’t use the Internet to get to know strangers. 33.It can be inferred from the passage that ________.  A.high technology results in the older being lonely B.FindSomeone is a website where you can find old friends C.without technology, young people would not feel lonely D.those cheated or hurt online tend to feel lonely 34.Form the last two paragraphs, we can conclude that___________. A.people living alone have more connection online  B.people chatting a lot online tend to be optimistic  C.people communicating less in the real world risk loneliness  D.Internet can keep people free from loneliness  35.What is the best title of the passage? A.Young people online.  B.Loneliness around you.  C.Technology and young people.  D.Young but lonely. 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。 Writing a film analysis essay is an assignment that is less likely to terrorize those who fear the idea of writing an essay, because it allows them to write about something most people enjoy. 36 _.Then watch it again. Take notes during the first viewing and, if you are analyzing a movie that is available on DVD, be ready with your remote control to pause and rewind. Critically engage the movie so that you can effectively produce a strong essay. 37 . Ideas for essays taking this route could include an analysis of how the film is photographed, how the movie relates a historical event in a dramatic way without compromising the facts or how a single sequence within the film relates to larger cinematic concepts, like overlapping dialog or the use of dramatic irony. 38 . Include the name of another technician on the film if your analysis will be focusing on that aspect. Write your film analysis with the movie at hand if this possible. Provide a brief overview of the story, but avoid the temptation to pad your word count by writing what amounts to a synopsis of the story rather than analysis. 39 . Familiarize yourself with technical languages related to the art of filmmaking. Write about subjective camera work if the analysis is dealing with a part of the movie shot from the point of view of one of the characters. 40 . A. Reveal plots if they relate directly to your analysis. B. Rely on your memory to write your film analysis. C. Watch the movie carefully. D. Write about the emotional tone of the film. E. Introduce the film and its major participants. F. Properly using filmmaking terms will strengthen your essay. G. Focus on a single thematic concept related to the film. 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,并在答题卡上将该项涂黑。 In my friends’ eyes I am a lucky dog. Beijing Foreign Studies University (BFSU) had  41 me 49 days before the “big day”. The college entrance exam lost its  42 to me. It became a problem that others would have to deal with.   43 , like all my friends and everyone else around me, I worked hard every  44 of the way in order to achieve my goal. The chance to take BFSU’s pretest was a turning point in high school. It was a dilemma(困难的抉择)at first because BFSU 45 on the humanities (人文科学)and I had never 46 that route. I did not make up my mind  47 my teacher told me that nobody should ever 48 an opportunity. Having 49 with the decision all night, I decided at last to give it a go. The following week I 50 no effort in getting fully prepared for BFSU’s test. I worked so hard that I often  51 myself studying at my desk at four o’clock in the morning. I  52 began to understand the saying, “No pains, no gains.” After I had been  53 , my friends asked me if I  54 not being able to achieve my 55 dream. And yes, I sometimes  56 what would have happened if I had kept on moving. But I have no regrets. As a 19 - year - old girl, I don’t have a clear view of my  57 . But after I got to BFSU’s campus and saw devoted professors and students, I realized that this is the place for me to make a(n) 58 in society. Recently, I have been busy helping my classmates put their school registration in 59 . We all used to work so hard together. Without as much pressure from the examination as before, I 60 every opportunity to do whatever I can for my classmates. I hope they can make use of their precious time to prepare for the war, the university entrance examination. And I hope that they can win this battle. 41. A. allowed           B. permitted   C. admitted     D. approved 42. A. pressure       B. importance C. advantage   D. strength 43. A. Besides     B. Otherwise   C. However    D. Indeed 44. A. step          B. moment     C. minute           D. action 45. A. rests         B. depends      C. bases       D. focuses 46. A. heard       B. considered  C. seen        D. met 47. A. until         B. unless     C. when      D. before 48. A. miss         B. risk         C. take        D. catch 49. A. stayed      B. competed   C. struggled    D. complained 50. A. spared      B. took         C. shared     D. avoided 51. A. forced      B. made      C. promoted   D. found 52. A. gradually     B. suddenly    C. quickly      D. naturally 53. A. hired        B. accepted     C. received     D. elected 54. A. hated        B. remembered C. regretted    D. minded 55. A. satisfactory  	B. unique      C. big         D. original 56. A. wonder     B. doubt      C. question     D. ask 57. A. past          B. future     C. present       D. experience 58. A. opportunity  	B. chance     C. difference   D. sense 59. A. number           B. order      C. size         D. amount 60. A. appreciate    B. issue       C. understand  D. change 第Ⅱ卷 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(不得超过三个)。答案写在答题卡上。 When someone has deeply hurt you, it can be very difficult to let go of your anger. But forgiveness is possible --- and it can be surprisingly 61 (benefit) to your physical and mental health. So far, research 62 (show) that people who forgive can have more energy, better appetite and better sleep. “People who forgive show 63 (little) anger and more hopefulness,” says Dr. Frederic Luskin, who wrote the book Forgive for Good. “So it can help reduce the tiredness out of the immune system and allow people 64 (feel) more energetic.” So when someone has hurt you, cool down first. Take a couple of breaths and think of something 65 gives you pleasure: a beautiful scene in nature, or someone you love. Don’t wait for an 66 (apologize). “Many times the person who hurt you may never think of apologizing,” says Dr. Luskin. “They may have wanted to hurt you or they just don’t see things 67 same way. So if you wait for people to say sorry, you could be waiting a very long time.” Next keep in mind that forgiveness does not necessarily mean 68 (accept) the action of the person who upsets you. Instead, learn to look for the love, beauty and kindness around you. Finally, try to see things 69 the other person’s perspective. You may realize that he or she was acting out of ignorance. To gain perspective, you may want to write a letter to 70 (you) from that person’s point of view. 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处错误,每句中最多有两处。错误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(Λ),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。 I was in college where my father passed away. One evening, a man visited me and after a while, he inquires about my studies. I told him I could not go to the college because I did not want to study anymore. He reminded how my father had sent me to the best college in our city. Did I want to fulfill his father's dream or did I want to be called a failure? I wept and said I do want to do my best and I just couldn't concentrate. He gave me all the encouragements I needed to be able to carry on. His calming, gently voice did wonders and I decided to study harder and complete my graduation early. 第二节 书面表达 (25分) 假设你是李华,你的英国笔友Tom打算来北京旅游两天。请写一封e-mail给他,向他介绍以下有关北京的情况,及建议在京期间两天的日程安排,并欢迎他来北京玩。 地理位置:位于华北地区,是全球拥有最多世界文化遗址的城市 面积:16000平方公里 人口:1300万 第一天:游览长城、拍照并购买纪念品 第二天:登天安门城楼俯瞰紫禁城、参观故宫博物院感受中国传统文化 注意:1. 信件开头和结尾已写好,且不计入总词数。 2. 120~150字。 3. 不能使用真实姓名和学校名称。 4. 参考词汇:天安门城楼--Tiananmen Gate-tower 故宫博物院--the Palace Museum Dear Tom, __________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ Best wishes Li Hua 10月月考英语参考答案 第一部分 听力 (1.5*20/共30分) 为听力教材最后一篇 1~5 BAABC 6~10 BABAC 11~15 BCCCA 16~20 CBBCB 第二部分(2*20/共40分) 阅读 : 21-23 BAB 24-27 BDCA 28-31 ADCB 32-35 ADCD 阅读七选五: 36~40 CGEAF 第三部分 完型 :(1.5*20/共30分) 41~45 CBCAD 46~50 BAACA 51~55 DABCD 56~60 ABCBA 语法填空 : (1.5*10/共10分) beneficial 62. has shown 63. less 64. to feel 65. that 66. apology 67. the 68. accepting 69. from 70. yourself 第四部分 短文改错(1.5*10/共15分) I was in college where my father passed away. One evening, a man visited me and after a when while, he inquires about my studies. I told him I could not go to the college because I did not inquired \ want to study anymore. He reminded how my father had sent me to the best college in our ∧me city. Did I want to fulfill his father's dream or did I want to be called a failure? I wept and my but said I do want to do my best and I just couldn't concentrate. He gave me all the encouragements did encouragement I needed to be able to carry on. His calming, gently voice did wonders and I decided to study gentle harder and complete my graduation early. earlier 作文:(25分) 评分建议: 获悉Tom打算来北京旅游两天 (2分) 北京简介 (位置、面积、人口、遗址:4*2分) 第一天的安排 (游长城、拍照、纪念品:3*2分) 第二天的安排 (登城楼俯瞰、故宫、感受文化:3*2分) 欢迎 (2分) 书写 (1分) Dear Tom, I’m glad that you are going to visit Beijing for two days. As the capital city of China, Beijing lies in the north of China(North China / northern China), covering a land of 16000 square kilometers with a population of 1.3 million. As an international city, it is blessed with the most world cultural heritage (heritage sites) on the earth. As for your 2-day schedule, my suggestions are as follows. On the first day, you may pay a visit to the Great Wall, where you can take some photos as well as buy some souvenirs. On the second day, you could stand on the Tiananmen Gate-tower to overlook the Forbidden City. After that, you could look around the Palace Museum, so as to immerse yourself in the charm of traditional Chinese culture. What do think of this plan? Welcome to Beijing! I hope you’ll fall in love with it when arriving here. Looking forward to seeing you soon. Best wishes Li Hua 要点定档(关键词,句子结构,主谓一致出错扣半个要点,出现两处本要点不给分,不得多扣) 小错5处扣1分 资源来源网络,https://www.kuaiwen.net ·12· 
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