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 整理 资源来源网络(https://www.kuaiwen.net)” 乳山市第一中学2016届高三10月月考 英 语 试 题 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) 1.What does the man like about the play? A. The story. B. The ending. C. The actor. 2.Which place are the speakers trying to find? A.A hotel. B.A bank. C.A restaurant. 3.At what time will the two speakers meet? A. 5:20 B. 5:10 C.4:40 4.what will the man do ? A. Change the plan B. Wait for a phone call C. Sort things out 5.What does the woman want to do ? A. See a film with the man. B. Offer the man some help C. Listen to some great music. 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秒钟的做答时间。每段对话读两遍。 听第6段材料,回答6、7题。 www.sdzxlm.com 6.Where is Ben? A. In the kitchen. B. At school. C. In the park. 7.What will the children in the afternoon? A. Help set the table. B. Have a party. C. Do their homework. 听第7段材料,回答第8、9题 8. What are the two speakers talking about? A. A Family holiday. B. A business trip. C. A travel plan. 9. Where did Rachel go? A. Spain. B. Italy. C. China. 听第8段材料,回答第10至12题。 10.How did the woman get to know about third-hand smoke? A. From young smokers. B. From a newspaper article. C. From some smoking parents. 11. Why does the man say that he should keep away from babies? A. He has just become a father. B. He wears dirty clothes. C. He is a smoker. 12. What does the woman suggest smoking parents should do ? A.Stop smoking altogether. B. Smoke only outside their houses. C. Reduce dangerous matter in cigarettes. 听第9段材料,回答第13至16题。 13. Where does Michelle Ray come from? A. A middle-sized city B. A small town. C. A big city 14. Which place would Michelle Ray take her visitors to for shopping? A. The Zen Garden B. The Highlands. C. The Red River area. 15. What does Michelle Ray do for complete quiet? A. Go camping B. Study in a library. C. Read at home. 16.What are the speakers talking about in general ? A. Late-night shopping. B. Asian food. C. Louisville. 听第10段材料,回答第17至20题。 17 Why do some people say they never have dreams according to Dr Garfield ? A. Thy forget about their dreams. B. Thy don't want to tell the truth. C. They have no bad experiences. 18. Why did Davis stop having dreams? A. He got a serious heart attack. B. He was too sad about his brother's death C. He was frightened by a terrible dream. 19. What is Dr Garfield s opinion about dreaming? A. It is very useful. B. It makes things worse. C. It prevents the mind from working. 20.Why do some people turn off their dreams completely? A. To recover from illnesses. B. To recover from illnesses. C. To stay away from their problems. 第一部分阅读理解 www.sdzxlm.com A Doctors are known to be terrible pilots. They don't listen because they already know it all. I was lucky: ] became a pilot in 1970, almost ten years before I graduated from medical school. I didn't realize then, but becoming a pilot makes me a better surgeon. I loved flying. As I flew bigger, faster planes, and in worse weather.,I learned about crew resource management (机组资源管理), or CRM, a new idea to make flying safer. It means that crew members should listen and speak up for a good result, regardless of positions. I first read about CRM in 1980. Not long after that, an attending doctor and I were flying in bad weather. The controller had us turn too late to get our landing ready. The attending doctor was flying; I was safety pilot He was so busy because of the bad turn, he had forgotten to put the landing gear (起落架) down. He was a better pilot - and my boss - so it felt unusual to speak up. But I had to: Our lives were in danger. I put aside my uneasiness and said, "We need to put the landing gear down now!" That was my first real lesson in the power of CRM, and I've used it in the operating room ever since. CRM requires that the pilot/surgeon encourage others to speak up. It further requires that when opinions are from the opposite, the doctor doesn't overreact, which might prevent fellow doctors from voicing opinions again. So when I'm in the operating room, I ask for ideas and help from others. Sometimes they're not willing to speak up. But I hope that if I continue to encourage them , someday someone will keep me from ”landing gear up”. 21. What does the author say about doctors in general? A. They like flying by themselves. B. They are unwilling to take advice. C. They pretend to be good pilots. D. They are quick learners of CRM. 22. The author deepened his understanding of the power of CRM when_______. A. he saved the plane by speaking up B. he was in charge of a flying task C. his boss landed the plane too late D. his boss operated on a patient 23. In the last paragraph“landing gear up” probably means ______. A. following flying requirements. B. listening to different opinions. C. listening to what fellow doctors say D. making a mistake that may cost lives 24. Which of the following can be the best title for the text? A. A New Way to Fly B. Flying Makes Me a Better Doctor C. The Making of a Good Pilot D.A Pilot-Tumed Doctor B In 1947 a group of famous people from the art world headed by an Austrian conductor decided to hold an international festival of music, dance and theatre in Edinburgh. The idea was to reunite Europe after the Second World War. At the same time, the “Fringe” appeared as a challenge to the official festival. Eight theatre groups turned up uninvited in 1947, in the belief that everyone should have the right to perform, and they did so in a public house disused for years. Soon, groups of students firstly from Edinburgh University, and later from the universities of Oxford and Cambridge, Durham and Birmingham were making the journey to the Scottish capital each summer to perform theatre by little-known writers of plays in small church halls to the people of Edinburgh. Today the “Fringe”, once less recognized, has far outgrown the festival with around 1,500 performances of theatre, music and dance on every one of the 21 days it lasts. And years early as 1959, with only 19 theatre groups performing, some said it was getting too big. A paid administrator was first employed only in 1971, and today there are eight administrators working all year round and the number rises to 150 during August itself. In 2004 there were 200 places housing 1,695 shows by over 600 different groups from 50 different countries. More than 1,25 million tickets were sold. 25. _________ was the purpose of Edinburgh Festival at the beginning? A. To bring Europe together again. B. To honor heroes of World War 11. C. To introduce young theatre groups. D. To frighten artists from Europe. 26. Why did some uninvited theatre groups come to Edinburgh in 1947? A. They owned a public house there. B. They came to take up a challenge. C. They thought they were also famous. D. They wanted to take part in the festival. 27. Who joined the "Fringe" after it appeared? A. They owned a public house there B. University students. C. Rusts from around the world. D. Performers of music and dance. 28. We may learn from the text that Edinburgh Festival. A. has become an illegal event B. has gone beyond an art festival C. gives shows all year round D. keeps growing rapidly C Given that考虑到 many people's moods (情绪)are regulated by the chemical action of chocolate, it was probably only a matter of time before somebody made the chocolate shop similar to a drugstore of Chinese medicine. Looking like a setting from the film Charlie& the Chocolate Factory, Singapore's Chocolate Research Facility (CRF) has over 100 varieties of chocolates. Its founder is Chris Lee who grew up at his parents' comer store with one hand almost always in the jar of sweets. If the CRF seems to be a smart idea, that's because Lee is not merely a seasoned(经验丰富的,老练的)salesperson but also head of a marketing department that has business relations with big names such as Levi's and Sony. That idea surely results in the imagination at work when it comes to making different flavored(味道)chocolates. The CRF's produce is "green". made within the country and divided into 10 lines, with the Alcohol Series being the most popular. The Exotic Series一with Sichuan pepper, red bean (豆).cheese and other flavors一also does well and is fun to taste. And for chocolate snobs,who think that they have a better knowledge of chocolate than others, the Connoisseur Series uses cocoa beans from Togo, Cuba, Venezuela , and Ghana, among others. 29. What is good about chocolate? A. It serves as a suitable gift. B. It has no use. C. It helps improve the state of mind. D. It strengthens business relations. 30. Why is Chris Lee able to develop his idea of the CRF? A. He knows the importance of research. B. He learns form shops of similar types. C. He has a lot of money. D. He has a lot of marketing experience. 31. Which line of the CRF produce sells best? A. The Connoisseur Series. B. The Exotic Series. C. The Alcohol Series. D. The Sichuan Series. 32. The words "chocolate snobs" in Paragraph 3 probably refer to people who A. are particular about chocolate B. know little about cocoa beans C. look down upon others D. like to try new flavors D Low-Cost Gifts for Mother's Day Gift No. I Offer to be your mother's health friend. Promise to be there for any and all doctor's visits whether a disease or a regular medical check-up. Most mothers always say "no need," another set of eyes and ears is always a good idea at a doctor's visit. The best part ? This one is free. Gift No. 2 Help your mother organize all of her medical records, which include the test results and medical information. Put them all in one place. Be sure to make a list of all of her medicines and what times she takes them. "Having all this information in one place could end up saving your mother's life," Dr. Marie Savard said. Gift No. 3 Enough sleep is connected to general health conditions. "Buy your mother cotton sheets and comfortable pillows to encourage better sleep," Savard said. "We know that good sleep is very important to our health." Gift No. 4 Some gift companies such as Presents for Purpose allow you to pay it forward this Mother's Day by picking gifts in which 10 percent of the price you pay goes to a charity (慈善机构) Gift givers can choose from a wide variety of useful but inexpensive things -many of which are "green" - and then choose a meaningful charity from a list. When your mother gets the gift, she will be told that she has helped the chosen charity. 33. What are you advised to do for your mother at doctor's visits? A. Take notes. B. Be with her. C. Buy medicine. D. Give her gifts. 34. Where can you find a gift idea to improve your mother’s sleep? A. In Gift No. 1. B. In Gift No. 2. C. In Gift No. 3. D. In Gift No. 4. 35. Buying gifts from Presents for Purpose allows mothers to A. enjoy good sleep B. be well-organized C. bet extra support D. give others help 第二节(共5小题;每小题2分,满分10分)www.sdzxlm.com 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。选项中有两项为多于选项。 Public Speaking Training ·Get a coach 36 ,so get help. Since there are about a billion companies out there all ready to offer you public speaking training and courses, here are some things to look for when deciding the training that's right for you. ·Focus on positives Any training you do to become more effective at public speaking should always focus on the positive aspects of what you already do well. Nothing can hurt confidence more than being told that you aren't doing well. 37 , so good public speaking training should develop those instead of telling you what you shouldn't do. · 38 If you find a public speaking course that looks as though it's going to give you lots of dos and don'ts, walk away! Your brain is so full of what you're going to be talking about. 39 . As far as we're concerned, there are basically no hard and fast rules about public speaking. Your audience can be your friends. ·You are a special person not a clone Most importantly, good public speaking training should treat you as a special one, with your own personal habits. 40 . Your training course should help you bring out your personality, not try to turn you into someone you're not. A. You aren't like anybody else B. You already do lots of things well C. Turn your back on too many rules D. Check the rules about dos and don'ts E. Whatever the presentation, public speaking is tough F. The one thing you don't want is for them to fall asleep G. So trying to force a whole set of rules into it will just make things worse 完形填空(共20小题;每小题1.5分,满分30分) 阅读下面短文,从短文后面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。 Michael Greenberg is a very popular New Yorker. He is not famous in sports or the arts, But people in the streets 41 him, especially those who are 42 . For those people, he is "Gloves" Greenberg. How did he get that 43 ? He looks like any other businessman, wearing a suit and carrying a briefcase (公文箱). But he's 44 _. His briefcase always has some gloves。 In winter, Mr.Greenberg does not 45 like other New Yorkers, who look at the sidewalk and 46 the street. He looks around at 47 .He stops when he 48 someone with no gloves. He gives them a pair and then he 49 ,looking for more people with cold 50 . On winter days, Mr.Greenberg 51 gloves. During the rest of the year, he52 gloves. People who have heard about him 53 him gloves, and he has many in his apartment. Mr. Greenberg 54 doing this 21 years ago. Now, many poor New Yorkers know him and 55 his behavior. But people who don't know him are sometimes 56 him. They don't realize that he just wants to make them 57 . It runs in the 58 .Michael's father always helped the poor as he believed it made everyone happier. Michael Greenberg feels the 59 .A pair of gloves may be a 60 thing, but it can make a big difference in winter. 41. A. know about B. learn from C. cheer for D. look after 42. A. old B. busy C. kind D. poor 43. A. job B. name C. chance D. message 44.A.calm B. different C. crazy D. curious 45.A.act B. sound C. feel D. dress 46.A.lie down B. drive along C. hurry down D. keep off 47. A. cars B. people C. street D. traffic lights 48.A.helps B .chooses C. greets D. sees 49.A.holds up B. hangs out C. moves on D. show off 50. A. hands B. ears C. faces D. eyes 51. A. searches for B. stores up C. gives away D. puts on 52. A. borrows B. sells C. returns D. buys 53. A. call B. send C. lend D. show 54. A. delayed B. remembered C. began D. enjoyed 55.A.understand B. dislike C. hate D. excuse 56.A.sorry for B. satisfied with	C. proud of D. surprised by 57.A.smart B. rich C. special D. happy 58.A.city B. family C. neighborhood D. company 59.A.honor B. pain C. same D. cold 60.A.small B. useful C. delightful D comforting 第三部分 完成填空: Julie enjoyed reading when young. She grew up in    61    key middle school in her city,    62    her parents both taught Chinese. That meant she was surrounded by either teachers who were busy  teaching or students who    63     (devote) to their studies. So she developed her love of    64    . Her interest    65    reading also benefited from the fact that    66    parents only let her watch half  an hour of TV a day. She learned to use her mind and imagination to entertain    67   . It’s not really     68   (surprise) that reading became her vocation. When not reading she enjoyed watching films,  walking and relaxing with her friends. Reading brought her much    69   (please) and she never wanted to stop learning. Not only did reading enrich her knowledge    70    it improved her learning scores. 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:把缺词处加一个漏符号(∧),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 中学联盟网 The book I’m reading of talks about afternoon tea in Britain. It is said to have started in the early 1800’s. Have tea in the late afternoon provides a bridge between lunch and dinner, that might not be served until 8 o’clock at night. This custom soon becomes other meal of the day. Interesting, it had a connection by the British porcelain(瓷器) industry. Tea in China was traditionally drank from cups without handles. When tea got popular in Britain, there was a crying need for good cup with handles to suit British habits. This made for the grow in the porcelain industry. 第二节 书面表达(满分25分) 假定你是李华,自制一些中国结(Chinese knot)。给开网店的美国朋友Tom写封信,请他代卖,要点包括: 1.外观(尺寸、颜色、材料) 2.象征意义 3.价格 注意:1.词数100左右; 2.可以适当增加细节,以使行文连贯; 3.开头语已为你写好。 高三阶段检测一英语试题答案 Text1 W: Jack, how do you like the play? M: It’s a simple story with a happy ending, but, luckily, they had a very strong actor, he managed to carry the whole play. Text 2 M: Have we missed it? The man said it’s only five blocks away opposite the bank. W: Wait a minute, the Chinese restaurant, the national bank, there it is, the Radisson Hotel. Text 3 M: Let’s meet at 20 to 5. W: Well. Could we make it 20 past 5? W: That’s a bit late for me. I could manage 10 past. M: OK. See you then. Text 4 M: What time are we leaving for the outing? W: I’ll phone you tomorrow. I should have everything sorted out by then. Text 5 W: Thanks for all you’ve done for me. Hey, listen, would you like to go to see a film sometime? M: Yeah, that’d be great. I’d love it. Text 6 www.sdzxlm.com W: Hey, where is everybody? M: They took Ben to the park. Where have you been? W: Sorry, I’m late. I picked up the cake and it took me longer than I expected. When will the party start? M: Ben invited eight children from school. And they’ll arrive at about 2 in the afternoon. W: OK. Then I’ll put the candles on the cake and leave it in the kitchen and then I’ll come and help set the table. Text 7 M: So, Macy, how was your holiday? W: Oh, we loved it. Tom liked Germany best, but France was my favorite. M: So did Rachael finally go with you? W: No, she wasn’t able to. She was called away for a business trip to China. M: That’s a pity. So where exactly did you go and visit? W: Well, we traveled all over, Italy, Spain and Holland; we even bathed in a Swiss lake M: You did, really? Text 8 W: Bob, I’m sure you know about second-hand smoke. M: Of course, I do. W: But have you heard about third-hand smoke? M: Third-hand smoke? I’m afraid not. What is that then? W: Well, it is here in today’s paper. Parents may think they are protecting children from second-hand smoke when they smoke outside their home or only when the children are not there. But now researchers are warning about what they call third-hand smoke. When you smoke dangerous matter from cigarettes get into your hair and clothing. As babies are the weakest, when you come to a baby, you pass it to the baby and increase the chances of disease in the baby. M: Is that so? In that case I have to say that I should never get close to a baby. W: That’s right. Actually all smoking parents should do the same or better give it up completely. Text 9 M: Hello, welcome to our program “Today City”. I’m Larry. We’re going to Louisville Kentucky where our guest Michelle Ray comes from. She is proud of her middle-sized city with a small town feel and big city dreams. Now, Michelle, tell us about your city. W: Thank you, Larry. Here is my city. Louisville is my city. The first place I take visitors from out of town is to the Highlands for shopping and night life. When I have delicious Asian food I always go to the Zen Garden which provides wonderful all vegetable dishes. M: Wow, that’s interesting. Many people go for healthy food now. W: You can say that again. If I want to go camping and fishing, I go to the Red River area. For complete quiet I can hide away in my house with a good book from one of our public libraries. M: That all sounds very exciting. I’m sure some of our listeners will include Louisville in their travel plan for their next holiday. Thank you, Michelle. Text 10 M: We are glad to have Dr. Garfield to talk to us today about dreams. Let me start by asking the first question. Does everyone dream? W: It appears that everyone does. Mostly when people say that they never dream, what they really mean is that they don’t remember their dreams or they don’t think their dreams are important. The reason behind is that they might have been made fun of with a child when they first reported their dreams or it was so frightening that they just turned off dreaming completely. The other day, someone named Davis came to me and said that he used to be a great dreamer, but suddenly he stopped having dreams. I asked him what it happened. It turned out that his brother died by heart attack and he never expected that such a terrible thing would happen to a young person. Generally, when there was some frightening event and dream about it was too terrible. People prefer not to dream about it. Actually the worst thing you can do is stop dreaming. Because it means that the bad experience would be too painful to even appear in dreams. As long as you dream about it and even the dream is frightening, your mind is working on it. My personal opinion about what dreams do is that they help us deal with our problems. We see certain patterns take place in dreams. When a person is hurt deep inside, when a person is seriously ill or when a person has been really sad, if people turn off their dreams totally, it means they don’t love themselves to even think about it. 听力:CABBA CBACB CAABC CABAC 阅读答案 BADBA DBDCD CABCD EBCGA 完形答案ADBBA CBDCA CDBCA DDBCA 语法填空 www.sdzxlm.com 1. a     2. where     3. were devoted     4. reading      5. in 6. her     7.herself      8. surprising  9. pleasure  10. but (also) 改错: The book I’m reading of talks about afternoon tea in Britain. It is said to have started in the early 1800’s. Having tea in the late afternoon provides a bridge between lunch and dinner, which might not be served until 8 o’clock at night. This custom soon became another meal of the day. Interestingly, it had a connection with/to the British porcelain(瓷器) industry. Tea in China was traditionally drunk from cups without handles. When tea got popular in Britain, there was a crying need for good cups with handles to suit British habits. This made for the growth in the porcelain industry. 资源来源网络,https://www.kuaiwen.net ·15· 
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