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 整理 资源来源网络(” 沈阳二中2015—2016学年度上学期10月份小班化学习成果 阶段验收 高三(16届)英语试题 说明:1.测试时间:120分钟 总分:150分 2.客观题涂在答题纸上,主观题答在答题纸的相应位置上 第Ⅰ卷 (40分) 第Ⅱ卷 (110分) 第I卷 第一部分 阅读理解 (共两节,满分40分) (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,并在答题卡上将该项涂黑。 A In this age of Internet chat, videogames and reality television, there is no shortage of mindless activities to keep a child occupied. Yet despite the competition, my 8-year-old daughter Rebecca wants to spend her leisure time writing short stories. She wants to enter one of her stories into a writing contest, a competition which she won last year. As a writer, I know about winning contests – and about losing them. I know what it is like to work hard on a story only to receive a rejection letter from the publisher. I also know the pressure of trying to live up to a reputation created by previous victories. What if she doesn’t win the contest again? That’s the strange thing about being a parent. So many of our own past scars and destroyed hopes can resurface in our children. A revelation (启示) came last week when I asked her, “Don’t you want to win again?” “No,” she replied, “I just want to tell the story of an angel going to first grade.” I had just spent weeks correcting her stories as she spontaneously (自发地) told them. Telling myself that I was merely an experienced writer guiding the young writer across the hall, I offered suggestions for characters, conflicts and endings for her tales. The story about a fearful angel starting first grade was quickly “guided” by me into the tale of a little girl with a wild imagination taking her first music lesson. I had turned her contest into my contest without even realizing it. Staying back and giving kids space to grow is not as easy as it looks. Because I know very little about farm animals who use tools or angels who go to first grade, I had to accept the fact that I was co-opting(借鉴) my daughter’s experience. While stepping back was difficult for me, it was certainly a good first step that I will quickly follow with more steps, putting myself far enough away to give her room but close enough to help if asked. All the while I will be reminding myself that children need room to experience, grow and find their own voices. 1. What do we learn from the first paragraph? A. A lot of amusements compete for children’s time nowadays. B. Children have lots of fun doing mindless activities. C. Rebecca is much too busy to enjoy her leisure time. D. Rebecca draws on a lot of online materials for her writing. 2. What did the author say about her own writing experience? A. She was constantly under pressure to write more. B. Most of her stories had been rejected by publishers. C. She did not quite live up to her reputation as a writer. D. Her road to success was full of pain and frustrations. 3. Why did Rebecca want to enter this year’s writing contest? A. She believed she possessed real talent for writing. B. She was sure of winning with her mother’s help. C. She wanted to share her stories with readers. D. She had won a prize in the previous contest. 4. The underlined sentence probably means that the author was _______. A. trying not to let her daughter enjoy her own life. B. trying to get her daughter to do the thing as the author wished. C. making sure that her daughter would win the contest. D. helping her daughter develop real skills for writing. B Museum of Fine Arts, Boston HOURS The MFA is open 7 days a week. Monday and Tuesday: 10 am – 4:45 pm Wednesday – Friday: 10 am – 9:45 pm Saturday and Sunday: 10 am – 4:45 pm HOLIDAYS AND CLOSINGS The Museum will be closed on the following holidays: New Year’s Day, Patriots’ Day (third Monday in April), Independence Day (July 4), Thanksgiving, and Christmas Day. The Museum will close early on Wednesday, at 4:45 pm, June 11, and Thursday, July 24. ADMISSION Adults: $25 Seniors (65+): $23 Students (18+): $23 Youths 7 – 17*: FREE* Children 6 and under: FREE *Weekdays after 3 pm, weekends, and Boston public school holidays; otherwise $10. PUBLIC TRANSPORTATION Take the T! Because our limited parking fills up quickly – especially during popular exhibitions, holidays, and school vacation weeks – we encourage you to take advantage of the MBTA, Boston’s public transportation system (known by natives as the “T”). Subway Take the Green Line E train to the Museum of Fine Arts stop, or the Orange Line train to the Ruggles stop. Bus Take the 39 bus to the Museum of Fine Arts stop, or the 8, 47, or CT2 buses to the Ruggles stop. The MFA strives to maintain a safe, comfortable, and respectful environment for all visitors. We also take our role as guardians of the objects in our collection very seriously. Please enjoy all that the Museum has to offer and observe the policies listed here to help protect and preserve the art on view in the Museum. When Visiting the MFA Please Refrain (避免) from the Following: Touching any art objects Getting closer than 12 inches to any unprotected artwork Gesturing within 2 feet of any artwork Smoking Chewing gum Running, yelling, or disruptive behavior Cell phone usage in the galleries Flash photography 5. What day can you spend the longest at the museum? A. On Mondays. B. On Fridays. C. On Sundays. D. On Independence Day. 6. Middle-aged parents with a 10-year-old boy and 5-year-old girl will have to pay ______ for a visit at weekends. A. $50. B. $46. C. $73. D. $60. 7. To get to the museum, you are advised to arrive ______. A. on foot. B. by bike. C. by car. D. by bus. 8. According to the rules of the museum, ______. A. you cannot take photos of the artworks. B. you need to put your bags in lockers before tours. C. you have to keep your distance from the artworks. D. you should set your cell phone to silent mode. C ONE day my 5-year-old daughter, Mini, ran to the window crying: “A Cabuliwallah (从喀布尔来的水果商贩)! A Cabuliwallah!” In the street below was a Cabuliwallah, passing slowly along. Mini called him loudly but when he looked at her she ran away scared. Shortly after this, the two became friends. They started to hang out together, laughing and talking. Mini’s new friend would give her raisins (葡萄干) and almonds (杏仁) , spending the little money he had on her. The two of them enjoyed joking together. The Cabuliwallah, who was called Rahmun, would say: “Well, little one, when are you going to the father-in-law’s house?” Mini did not understand this and was puzzled. One morning, I heard uproar (骚动) in the street, and saw Rahmun being led away by the police. There were bloodstains on his clothes. I gathered that a neighbor had owed Rahmun money for a shawl (披肩) but had falsely denied having bought it, and that in the course of the quarrel Rahmun had struck him. On a charge of murderous assault (攻击), Rahmun was sentenced to jail. Time passed, and he was not remembered. Mini grew up and we were making arrangements for her wedding. I was sitting in my study when someone entered. It was Rahmun, the Cabuliwallah, released from prison. Barely recognizable now, he asked to see Mini and said that all those years ago she had reminded him of his own daughter in Kabul. It was his belief that Mini was still the same. He had pictured her running to him calling “Cabuliwallah!”. He had imagined that they would laugh and talk together. In fact, he had brought her, wrapped up in paper, a few almonds and grapes. The two were reunited but Mini had grown up. She now understood the meaning of the word “father-in-law,” and when he made this joke once more she flushed up (脸红) at the question. He could not revive (还原) their old friendship. When Rahmun left, I gave him a bank note, saying: “Go back to your own daughter, and may the happiness of your meeting bring good fortune to my child!” Having made this present, I had to give up the electric lights and the military band I had intended for the wedding and the ladies in the house were disappointed. But to me the wedding feast was all the brighter for the thought that in a distant land a long-lost father met again with his child. Adapted from Tagore’s (泰戈尔) short novel The Cabuliwallah 9. Which of the following is TRUE about Mini and Rahmun’s friendship? A. They felt close to each other at first sight. B. The author didn’t like Mini making friends with Rahmun. C. Rahmun liked Mini more when the author often bought fruits from him. D. Though not understanding all Rahmun’s jokes, Mini liked hanging out with him. 10. Why was Rahmun put into prison? A. He hurt a man. B. He stole a shawl. C. He cheated his neighbor. D. He was dishonest in his business. 11. From the article, we can conclude that the author was ______ Rahmun. A. not fond of B. worried about C. not supportive of D. sympathetic to D The smell of fresh air is becoming something of a distant memory, thanks to our increasing use of fragrance (香气). From air fresheners to scented (有香味的) candles, we live in a world of scent. Recent figures show seven in ten people use air fresheners or scented candles to keep our homes smelling sweet. Yet recent records suggest that perfumed products could affect our health, causing problems including allergies (过敏), headaches and asthma (哮喘) . One leading expert believes nearly a third of people suffer health effects from being exposed to scents. A major problem is so-called “contact” allergy—where perfumes and scented products cause eczema (湿疹) when they come into contact with the skin. About one in 20 is thought to be affected by fragrance allergy. “Often it may not be immediately obvious that you have developed a fragrance allergy,” says Dr. Baron. “You don’t react immediately. Gradually, as you are exposed more and more, the body increases its reaction, until it becomes noticeable to you.” People with pre-existing eczema are particularly vulnerable (易受影响). “The eczema worsens in areas in contact with perfumes,” says Dr. Baron. “But even those without allergies can be at risk of fragrance allergy.” You can become suddenly allergic to perfumes and personal care products that you have been using for years. “Even if you know which fragrance causes a problem, it can be difficult to avoid, as most personal care products –soap, shampoo, sun cream and washing powder—contain fragrances,” says Dr. Baron. And strong scents can also cause headaches. Fragrances activate the nose’s nerve cells, stimulating the nerve system associated with head pain. To minimize risk, sufferers are advised to minimize the contact. “Fragrance suggests cleanliness – yet people are smelling a potentially dangerous chemical mixture,” says Anne Steinemann, professor of the University of Washington. “We often use them to mask one problem – as with air fresheners – but create a greater one – adding poisonous chemicals to the air.” 12. What is the text mainly about? A. The world trend of using fragrance. B. The benefits of using non-fragranced products. C. The health problems caused by fragrance. D. The ways of removing allergy. 13. Which of the following questions does the text NOT answer? A. Which products contain fragrance? B. What’s the influence of fragrance in the air? C. What are the air fresheners made up of? D. How are headaches caused by fragrance? 14. According to Dr. Baron, . A. our bodies have an immediate reaction to fragrance. B. seven in ten have suffered fragrance allergy. C. fragrance can affect people who don’t have allergy. D. people can avoid contacting with fragrance easily. 15. The following paragraph might discuss . A. the asthma caused by strong scents. B. people’s efforts to protect fresh air. C. the methods of curing eczema. D. the bad effects of air fresheners. 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。 Any car accident is frightening, but an accident in which your vehicle is thrown into the water, with you trapped inside, is absolutely terrifying. 16 However, most deaths result from panic, without a plan or understanding what is happening to the car in the water. By adopting a brace (支撑) position, acting decisively and getting out fast, you can save yourself from a sinking vehicle. Brace yourself for impact (撞击力). As soon as you're aware that you're going off the road and into a body of water, adopt a brace position. The impact could set off the airbag system in your vehicle, so you should place both hands on the steering wheel in the "ten and two" position. Undo your seatbelt. 17 Untie the children, starting with the oldest first. Forget the cell phone call. Your car isn't going to wait for you to make the call. 18 Leave the door alone at this stage and concentrate on the window. A car's electrical system should work for up to three minutes in water, so try the method of opening it electronically first. Many people don't think about the window as an escape option either because of panic or misinformation about doors and sinking. Break the window. If you aren't able to open the window, or it only opens halfway, you'll need to break it with an object or your foot. It may feel counter-intuitive (有悖常理的) to let water into the car. 19 Escape when the car has equalized. If it has reached the dramatic stage where the car cabin has been filled with water and it has become balanced, you must move quickly and effectively to ensure your survival. 20 While there is still air in the car, take slow, deep breaths and focus on what you're doing. A. Open the window as soon as you hit the water. B. Surviving a sinking car is not as difficult as you think. C. It takes 60 to 120 seconds for a car to fill up with water usually. D. Such accidents are particularly dangerous to the risk of drowning. E. In conclusion, if you know what to do in the water, you will be safe. F. This is the first thing to attend to, yet it often gets forgotten in the panic. G. But the sooner the window is open, the sooner you can escape directly through it. 第Ⅱ卷 第二部分: 英语知识运用 (共三节,满分75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,从短文后所给各题的四个选项(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。 A man who loved to hunt bought two setters( 塞特猎犬) that he trained to be fine bird dogs. He kept them in a large, fenced pen( 围栏 ) in his __21__ . One morning he __22__a little bulldog (牛头 ) running down the path behind his home. It saw the two dogs and squeezed under the fence. The man thought he should perhaps __23__the setters so they wouldn't hurt the little dog, but __24__his mind. Maybe they would teach that bulldog __25__ he thought. As he __26__, fur began to fly, and all of it was bulldog fur. The bulldog soon had enough and __27__. To the man' s __28__, the incident was repeated the following day with the __29__results. The man left early the next morning __30__a business trip and returned after several weeks. He asked his wife what finally __31__to the bulldog. "You won't __32__it, "she replied. "At the same time every day that little dog came to the backyard and __33__our setters. He never __34__ a day! Now when our setters hear him barking down the __35__, they ran down into the basement. Then the little bulldog walks around our backyard __36__he owned it. " How do you manage those problems you __37__daily? Dale Carnegie made this observation: "Most of the important things in the world have been. __38__by people who have kept on trying __39__there seemed to be no hope at all. " In the end, it's the __40__bulldog that will own the backyard. 21. A. backyard B. cave C. garage D. cage 22. A. glared B. noticed C. stared D. glimpsed 23. A. round up B. throw up C. hold up D. lock up 24. A. changed B. made up C. turned D. closed 25. A. a class B. a course C. a lesson D. a subject 26. A. ensured B. predicted C. informed D. responded 27. A. took away B. broke away C. kept away D. got away 28. A. satisfaction B. joy C. surprise D. disappointment 29. A. only B. same C. different D. sensitive 30. A. on B. for C. with D. in 31. A. turned out B. became of C. happened D. came up 32. A. prepare B. believe C. conclude D. perform 33. A. fought with B. fought for C. fought off D. fought back 34. A. missed B. increased C. appointed D. acquired 35. A. avenue B. path C. street D. road 36. A. even if B. what if C. only if D. as if 37. A. come up with B. come round C. come across D. come through 38. A. advocated B. adopted C. accomplished D. approved 39. A. why B. where C. when D. whether 40. A. naughty B. smart C. strong D. determined 第二节:根据句意或用所给单词的正确形式完成句子。 (共30小题;每小题1分,满分30分) 41. In some countries, people eat with chopsticks, while in ________, knives and forks. 42. People around the world should _____ _____ _____ (知晓,意识到) the real situation of water shortage. Nine in ten parents said there were significant differences in their approach to ________ (educate) their children compared with that of their parents. Some people may say how to dress is _____ _____ _____ (......的问题) personal freedom, but for businesses it is more about whether to make or lose money. Few laws are so effective that you can see results just days after they _____ _______ (生效). The hill looks more beautiful ______ ______ _____ ________. (在蓝天的映衬下) It is widely acknowledged that students should be evaluated _____ _____ ______(就......而言) overall quality. The students of the boarding school _______ _____ _______(有权利,可以) going out once a week. Parents should ______ _______ _______ (参与) their children’ s education. If you want to join the after-school club, just ______ _______ ______ (报名参加) it before next Friday. They worry that exposure _______ light while sleeping can increase a person’s chances of getting cancer. He wanted to get someone ________ (determine) to succeed regardless of any difficulty. The reform of public hospitals is ________ (benefit) to the improvement of hospitals’ public image. On the accident scene, a kind policewoman was comforting a girl _________ with fear. (freeze) It is ______ ______ (超出我的理解) why she married him. Recycling is one way to protect the environment; reusing is ____________. One thing I do admire is the polite manner ______ ______ British people eat. We’ve applied ______ the council ______ a home improvement grant. ______ is only by listening to and understanding each other that problems between parents and children can be settled. Mr Green asked me to borrow a book for him, ______ about how to be a good volunteer. He waited behind to have a word with her ______ _____(私下地). I sincerely hope you can ______ ______ ______ (道歉) to him and understand him. Armed with the information you have gathered, you can set about _________ (prepare) your business plan. Being poor, he hoped to ______ _____ ____ (赢得奖学金) when he entered Berkeley. I was buried in my studies the whole year and successfully ______ _______ (通过) the entrance examination. Only when you ________ what you have learned _____ _____ will you master it. (把......付诸实践) If we _______ _____ (复习) our notes and textbook regularly, they will be remembered easily. M y English is just OK but I have a poor memory and always feel it difficult to ______ words ______ _______. (背单词) The price of oil fell ______ a further 2 dollars a barrel. An average of just 18.75 cm of rain fell last year, making ______ the driest year since California became a state in 1850. 第三节(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(不多于3个单词)或括号内单词的正确形式。 World Read Aloud Day is celebrated each year on the first Wednesday of March. It ___71___ (start) by the LitWorld. Org website in 2010 and has now reached 65 countries. ___72___ aim is to encourage people worldwide who cannot read to enjoy the benefits of a book. The website asks everyone ___73___ (celebrate) the day by taking a book, finding an audience, and reading out aloud. It is about taking action to show the world that the right to read and write ___74___ (belong) to all people. The website asks visitors to join in the movement to reduce the number of illiterate (不识字的) people in the world. It is ____75____ (absolute) necessary to help those who cannot read. The website says, “It’s time to start by reading aloud to ____76____ might like it. Share a book with a child who might need it, share a story with someone who would treasure it, listen patiently ___77___ someone else’s story as they share with you.” The United Nations says, “Literacy involves a variety of learning in ____78____ (able) individuals to achieve their goals, to develop their knowledge, ___79___ to participate fully in society.” In that way, World Read Aloud Day ___80___ help make a difference. 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) 文中共有10处语言错误,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(∧),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 Bob, Thank you for your email, in which you had told me you would celebrate Easter soon. I am very curious about this holiday and have some question to ask you. First, how long does Easter last? Is it as important as Christmas in your country? I am also interested in their origin. I guess there should have some stories telling people why it started. Could you share some with me? Beside, I am wondering what people usually do celebrate the holiday. I hope I can learn more from Easter. In your email, you mention that you were going to spend Easter with your family. Could you please send me some pictures if it is possibly? Thank you very much and have lots of fun at Easter! Yours, Li Hua 第二节:书面表达(满分25分) 假定你是我校高三学生李华,学校将为高一新生举办主题为 “What to learn in senior high school?” 的英语沙龙活动,特邀请你结合自身经历谈谈自己的体会。请根据一下提纲准备一份英语发言稿。 学会学习:方法、习惯等; 学会做人:真诚、友善等; 学会其他:考生自拟。 注意:1. 词数120左右; 2. 发言稿开头和结尾已给出,不计入总词数。 Good morning everyone! It is my honor to be here _____________________________________ _____________________________________________________________________________ ______________________________________________________________________________ ______________________________________________________________________________ That’s all. Thank you! 高三(16届)英语答案 第一部分:阅读理解 A篇1-4: ADCB B篇5-8:BADC C篇9-11:DACB D篇12-15:CCA 16-20:DFAGC 第三部分:英语知识运用: 21-25:ABDAC 26-30: BDCBA 31-35:CBAAB 36-40: DCCBD 41.others aware of 43.educating 44.a matter of 45.take effect 46.against the blue sky terms of 48.have access to involved in 50.sign up for 52.determined 53.beneficial 54.frozen 55.beyond me 56.another which; for 59.It private 62.make an apology 63.preparing a scholarship through 66.put ...into practice 67.go over heart 第三节: 1.was started 2.Its/ The celebrate 4.belongs 5.absolutely 6.whoever 8.enabling 9.and 10.does 第四部分:写作: 第一节:短文改错: 1. 第一句:去掉had 2. 第二句:question改为questions 3. 第五句:their改为its 4. 第六句:have改为be 5. 第六句:why改为how 6. 第八句:beside改为besides 7. 第八句:celebrate前加to 8. 第九句:from改为about 9. 第十句:mention改为mentioned 10. 第十一句:possibly改为possible                                                                                                                   第二节:书面表达 范文: Good morning everyone! It is my honor to be here to share with you my opinions on what to learn in senior high school. In the coming three years, our school life will be challenging. Firstly, we should learn to learn efficiently. Personally, I used to try effective methods to achieve my academic goals. Developing a good habit is also of importance. It really benefited me a lot to preview lessons, get actively involved in class, and review what had been taught after class. In addition, we should learn how to get along well with others. In school, I respected teachers and was friendly with classmates. It was with sincerity and faithfulness that we created a harmonious atmosphere. Finally, we should take part in sports and outdoor activities frequently, because they were really helpful to build up my body and enrich my school life. No pains, no gains. I am sure that with your great efforts, you will enjoy a colorful and harmonious environment. That’s all. Thank you! 资源来源网络, ·11· 
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