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 整理 资源来源网络(https://www.kuaiwen.net)” 2014届高三年级第五次月考英语试卷 命题人:卢虹 第I卷(选择题,满分115分) 第一部分:听力测试(本题有2节,共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 has Paul been busy doing recently? A.Writing a poem B.Getting a novel published C.Collecting poems 2.What does the woman think makes the flowers be in a bad condition? A.Lack of water B.Lack of sunlight C.Lack of nutrition 3.What does the woman think of her job? A.Meaningful B.Boring C.Exciting 4.What do we know about the woman? A.She isn’t confident of herself B.She wants to join in the competition C.She is interested in computer programming 5.What are the speakers talking about? A.A website B.A piece of music C.A T-shirt 第二节 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ABC三个选项中选出最佳项,并标在试卷的相应的位置。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至7。 6.How will the woman travel? A.By ship B.By air C.By train 7.What is the woman probably going to do? A.Go shopping B.Have a sunbath C.Write for a magazine 听第7段材料,回答第8至9题。 8.What is the relationship between the speakers? A.Advertiser and advertising agent B.Business partners C.Workmates 9.Why was the company unsuccessful in Japan? A.The target group between Japan and America is different B.The name of the company scared off customers C.The marketing strategies didn’t work 听第8段材料,回答第10至12题。 10.How many rooms are there upstairs? A.Three B.Four C.Five 11.Where can the woman park her car if she rents the house? A.In front of the garden B.At the back of the house C.On the road outside the house 12.What will the woman do tomorrow? A.Meet Mr Roberts B.Come round to the house C.Discuss the details with the man 听第9段材料,回答第13至16题。 13.Why can the busiest people do urgent things? A.They have more time B.They are better organised C.They act more quickly 14.What is the woman’s advice on the housework? A.Finish them at once B.Think about them until they’re finished C.Put them off until a time people want to do them 15.How does the woman think people can organize their time? A.By listing everything they want to do B.By making a list of their housework C.By writing down the urgent things 16.What is the woman doing? A.Making a speech B.Assigning tasks C.Giving a class 听第10段材料,回答第17至20题。 17.What is the first step of marketing a new product? A.Researching on customers’ love B.Selecting a test market C.Handing out samples 18.How is the cost of the testing produces controlled? A.By reducing the size of the samples B.By keeping the test period short C.By limiting the test areas 19.Who usually does the testing and interview? A.Experienced salespeople B.Producers C.Specially trained people 20.What does the speaker say in the end? A.Everyone’s opinion is very important B.Listeners should stay after the talk to take part in a test C.Companies should try their best to test more new products 第二部分:英语知识运用(共两节, 满分45分) 第一节:单项填空(共15小题,每小题1分,满分15分) 21.—Would you mind my closing the windows? It’s really cold today. --- _________. A. Definitely not B. With pleasure C. Yes, please D. That’s ok 22.Under ______ reform program announced on Nov 15, the government has decided to give ____ green light to couples wanting to have two children if one of the two parents is an only child. A. a ; a B. the ; the C. / ; a D. a ; / 23. ---Mike is often absent from class. ---Tell him he _____ answer for it if he goes on behaving like that. A. shall B. will C. would D. can 24.____ was reported in the newspaper, Nelson Mandela , the former president of South Africa , was given a national funeral on Dec.15th. A. It B. As C. What D. Which 25. Jenny, the new comer, has earned not only the trust of her classmates but also ______ of her teachers. A. one B. ones C. that D. those 26. --- Shangri-la Hotel! May I help you? --- I’d like to _____ a double room with a sea view for two nights. A. observe B. reserve C. deserve D. preserve 27.—How I regret making the stupid mistake and wasting so much of our time! --- Yes. I ______ doing it another way, but in vain. A. have suggested B. suggested C. had suggested D. would suggest 28.Pacific Rim, ______ by Guillermo del Toro, a 2013 American science fiction film, is visually spectacular, especially when seen on the large screen. A. having directed B. being directed C. directing D. directed 29. In my opinion, we need to begin ______ we stopped yesterday to ensure we won’t miss anything. A. how B. what C. when D. where 30. As soon as you get home from school, think about the order _____ you will do your homework assignments and how much time you will spend on each one. A. of which B. at which C. in which D. through which 31.---Tom’s father has decided to _____ smoking and drinking. --- Wise choice. Smoking is harmful, in particular. A. cut out B. cut in C. cut up D. cut down 32. –Look, I bought this CD player for 50 dollars! -- Dear me ! I paid 98 dollars for one the other day, almost ______. A. as twice much B. twice as much C. twice less than D. less than twice 33. – What impressed you most during your stay in Britain ? -- I had the _____ of meeting the Queen when she visited our school. A. treaty B. privilege C. inspiration D. exploration 34. Mary is very clever and _____ worth teaching, but her brother is not. Look, he is now _____ asleep in class. A. very, very B. much, very C. well, very D. well, fast 35. The West Lake, described by Poet Su Dongpo as a beauty, ‘looks charming ______ richly made up or only slightly so.” A. when B. while C. whether D. if 第二节 完型填空(共20小题;每小题1.5分,满分30分) 阅读下面短文,掌握其大意,然后从36—55各题所给的四个选项(A、B、C和D)中,选出最佳选项。 Unlike most of his classmates who rushed into IT or other promising technological businesses, Yin Hongbo went from studying science straight back to kindergarten. During the early days, everyone, including his parents, tried to 36 him from becoming a teacher, 37 teachers used to have poor incomes. But he just thought that teaching children was the most 38 thing in the world. When he was a junior student, Yin was 39 enough to become an intern(实习生)of China’s renowned space scientist, Qian Xuesen. Qian inspired him by 40 that it is too late for children to develop innovative thinking 41 they are in middle school. Yin has published many books about infant and pre-school 42 . the popularity of his books among parents and the 43 of experts both at home and abroad have quickly made him a celebrity educator. In the colorfully 44 buildings, a group of children are playing soccer on the grounds of the kindergarten opened by Yin—the only one among the city’s 2,000 kindergartens that 45 soccer training with a professional coach, Ma Yiwen, 36, who teaches the children soccer, tennis and even golf. We all know that few kindergartens 46 male teachers, even nowadays. But Yin said, “It’s quite important to have male teacher to give a balanced and positive 47 on children, especially boys.” Yin’s educational theories and practices, which 48 outdoor sports, have attracted quite a number of parents. Most Chinese kindergartens require children learn too much on 49 . Rarely have any of them put 50 emphasis on sports like Yin’s kindergarten. As parents, we hope for our children to have physical health the most, 51 expect them to become geniuses. Besides developing 52 methods in his kindergarten, Yin is eager to improve the overall 53 of kindergartens across ChinA. He is 54 giving lectures and training teachers around the country, and 55 to set up a special training college for pre-school teachers, and will soon open a non-profit“online kindergarten”, so parents can teach their children even at home. 36.A.persuade B.protect C.discourage D.excuse 37.A.and B.however C.otherwise D.since 38.A.meaningful B.regretful C.hopeful D.successful 39.A.thrilled B.lucky C.satisfied D.excited 40.A.speaking out B.working out C.pointing out D.bringing out 41.A.before B.though C.unless D.when 42.A.education B.practice C.research D.investigation 43.A.recommendation	B.fame C.confirmation D.status 44.A.decorated B.described C.matched D.covered 45.A.combines B.provides C.meets D.equips 46.A.admit B.bring C.refuse D.recruit 47.A.development B.experience C.influence D.comment 48.A.allow B.explain C.establish D.emphasize 49.A.knowledge B.literature C.books D.exercises 50.A.additional B.equal C.further D.extra 51.A.more than B.other than C.better than D.rather than 52.A.innovative B.active C.selective D.competitive 53.A.model B.quality C.condition D.skill 54.A.accustomed B.busy C.devoted D.cautious 55.A.prefers B.plans C.continues D.demands 第三部分:阅读理解(共20小题,每题2分,满分40分) A Do you think it is ever a good idea for a teenager to have a credit card? My kids watch closely as I swipe the card through the register. They’ve seen me do it hundreds, thousands of times. Cool. They are itching to swipe it through the machine themselves. When we walk out of the store with our groceries or pet food, or whatever, it’s almost as though money has not changed hands, painless, easy. So it shouldn’t be shocking to discover that teenagers are becoming card carrying consumers in their own right. The question is, should they? While some argue it’s best to teach kids how to use a credit card while still living under the family roof, not everyone agrees. Dave Ramsey, financial expert says getting a credit card for your teenager is actually, “an excellent way to teach him or her to be financially irresponsible. ” Now parents are required to co-sign on credit cards for children under 21. “If their name is on the credit card, then the parent may say, ‘Hey, my name is on this. Don’t get me into trouble,” says Mary Beth Pinto, a marketing professor. “When parents were the co-obligors(共同借贷人),the children caused less debt. If the parents are the co-obligors, the tendency is that the parents were explaining how to use the cards.” Still, Pinto believes parents should start the process much earlier. “Yes, there has to be teaching going on and it has to start when they’re younger. You’re not going to get rid of credit cards. They are here to stay. You have to have them. You can’t fight progress,” Pinto said. Ramsey, however, disagrees. “Throwing teens into a pool of (credit)sharks is a sure way to guarantee a life-time of heartache,” he said. “You can make online purchases and rent a car with a credit card. Of course, you must have money in your bank account before you can make a purchase with a credit card. But paying for things with money is what you are supposed to do. ” 56. The author mentioned her experience in Para 2 mainly to_______. A. prove the convenience of using credit cards B. tell what impression credit cards leave on kids C. give advice on using credit cards wisely D. explain the pleasure credit cards bring to customers 57. The underlined word in Para 2 can be replaced by _______. A. eager B. afraid C. embarrassed D. thankful 58. What’s Ramsey’s attitude towards teens’ using credit cards? A. He feels it is worth a try B. He is very supportive C. He is strongly against it D. He considers it as a pleasant experience 59. Pinto will most likely agree that _______. A. parents should let teens own their credit cards earlier B. you shouldn’t be in control of credit cards C. it is never good for anyone to get a credit card D. learning to use credit cards is practical 60. Which may be the best title of this passage? A. Mind your credit card B. Should teenager have a credit card? C. How can teenagers use the credit card? D. What’s the best way of using a credit card? B The word "conservation" has a thrifty meaning.To conserve is to save and protect, to leave what we ourselves enjoy in such a good condition that others may also share the enjoyment.Our forefathers had no idea that human population would increase faster than the supplies of raw materials: most of them, even until very recently, had the foolish idea that the treasures were "limitless" and could "last forever". Most of the citizens of earlier generations knew little or nothing about the complicated and delicate system that runs all through nature, and which means that, as in a living body, an unhealthy condition of one part will sooner or later be harmful to all the others. Fifty years ago, nature study was not part of the school work; scientific forestry was a new idea; wood was still cheap because it could be brought in any quantity from distant woodlands; soil destruction and river floods were not national problems; nobody had yet studied long-term climatic cycles in relation to proper land use; even the word "conservation" had nothing of the meaning that it has for us today. For the sake of ourselves and those who will come after us, we must now set about correcting the mistakes of our forefathers.Conservation should be made part of everybody's daily life.To know about the water table in ground is just as important to us as a knowledge of the basic math formulas.We need to know why all watersheds(上游集水区) need the protection of plant life and why the running current of streams and rivers must be made to give their fall benefit to the soil before they finally escape to the sea.We need to be taught the duty of planting trees as well as of cutting them.We need to know the importance of big, grown trees, because living space for most of man’s fellow creatures on this planet is damaged not only in square measure of surface but also in cubic(立方体的)volume above the earth. In a word, it should be our goal to restore as much of the original beauty of nature as we can. 61.The author's attitude towards the use of natural resources is _____. A.positive B.uninterested C.optimistic D.critical 62.According to the author, the greatest mistake of our forefathers was that . A.they had no idea about scientific forestry B.they had little or no sense of environmental protection C.they were not aware of the importance of nature study D.they had no idea of how to make good use of raw materials 63.To avoid repeating the mistakes of our forefathers, the author suggests that _____. A.we plant more trees B.natural sciences be taught to everybody C.environmental education be directed toward everyone D.we return to nature 64.How can you understand the underlined sentence in the last paragraph? A.Our living space on the earth is getting smaller and smaller. B.Our living space should be measured in cubic volume. C.We need to take some measures to protect space. D.We must preserve good living conditions for both birds and animals. 65. Which of the following is likely to consist with the main idea of the passage? A. Many hands make light work B. All rivers run into the sea C. A bit more green, more than a chance. D. Save for a rainy day C Sniff your way to love? Singles who attend so-called pheromone parties (费洛蒙派对)haven't ruled it out. The get-togethers started as an experiment in matchmaking by a California woman weary of online dating, but it turns out they also have a root in science. Researchers have shown that humans can use“scent”to sort out genetic combinations that could lead to weaker offspring. At an art gallery in Los Angeles on a recent night, partygoers huddled around several tables covered with plastic freezer bags stuffed with shirts and an index card bearing a number. Once they found one they liked, a photographer snapped a picture of them holding the bag and projected it onto a wall so the shirt's rightful owner could step forward and meet his or her odor's admirer. Judith Prays, a Web developer, said she came up with the idea for pheromone parties after she failed to find a match online. Prays said she'd date men for a month or so before things soured (变糟)until she started seeing a man who wasn't what she was looking for and wound up in a two-year relationship. What she remembered was his smell. At first, it was an experiment. Prays invited 40 friends to a party in New York and asked them to sleep in a T-shirt for three nights, put it in a plastic bag and freeze it, then bring it to the party. Bags were coded with blue cards for men and pink for women and numbered so the shirts' owners could pinpoint their admirers. The night was a hit, Prays said, adding that half a dozen couples hooked up and one pair formed a relationship. Since then, she has held similar parties in New York and Los Angeles and is planning others for Atlanta and San Francisco. Research studies using similar T-shirt experiments have shown that whose smell a person prefers is dictated by a set of genes that influence our immune response, which researchers say is nature's way of preventing inbreeding and preserving genetic adaptations developed over time. Humans can pick up this incredibly small chemical difference with their noses. It is like an initial test. 66.What does the underlined word “scent”mean in Paragraph 2? A.Image B.Smell C.Character D.Gene 67.When did Judith Prays initiate the special get-togethers, according to the passage? A.After she constructed her own website B.After she became frustrated with online dating C.After she dated a man for about one month D.After she invited 40 friends to a special party 68.Where did Prays first held the pheromone parties? A.In Los Angeles B.In Atlanta C.In New York D.In San Francisco 69.Which of the following were involved in Prays’s first experiment? a. a plastic bag b. T-shirts C. index cards d. blue cards e. pink cards f. camera A.a b c e B.a d e f C.a b c f D.a b d e 70.The author’s attitude towards the new way of meeting new friends in the USA is . A.indifferent B.positive C.objective D.negative D For decades, families settled on the sofa to share the latest news and TV series, until additional bedroom TV, computer games and the Internet almost put an end to family rows over who held the remote control. Now, however, the traditional living room scene is making a comeback. A study by the communications watchdog Ofcom has found families are once again gathering around the main television set, but they are bringing their pads and smartphones with them. “The 1950s living room is making a comeback as a family entertainment centre,” said Jane Rumble, head of media research at Ofcom. “We are watching on much better, bigger, and more delicate television sets, but we are coming into the living room holding our connected devices.” While the family are coming together once more, comparisons with the past end there. With a range of smaller screens on hand, not everyone sitting on the sofa shares the same viewing experience. The coronation (加冕礼) may have drawn the undivided attention of 20 million viewers in 1953, but those watching the Queen’s Jubilee celebrations 50 years later were as likely to be commenting online about BBC’s broadcast as watching it. “Just a few years ago, we would be talking about last night’s TV at work or at school,” said a viewer, “Now, we’re having those conversations live while watching TV, using social media, text and instant messaging.” It is a behaviour of media meshing(联网), whose influence was underlined during this year’s Wimbledon men’s tennis final. As Andy Murray pushed towards his victory, 1.1 million people worldwide sent an average of over two microblogs about the match. People use the Internet to enhance their television experience, for example, by reading a newspaper live blog about a football match while watching the action on the main screen. For a huge number of younger viewers, the portable screen offers a chance to do something unrelated, such as online shopping, listening to music or watching another television programme. Some 70% of 16-to-24-year-olds claim to be absorbed in what Ofcom calls “media stacking” at least once a week. For TV viewers, the Internet scanning is the most popular activity, but they are also calling friends on the phone or sending emails and texts. Surprisingly, 12% claim to have listened to the radio with the television on, and 6% say they have watched another video in the meanwhile. 71. According to the study by Ofcom, family members nowadays _______. A. care more about who holds the remote control B. share the same programmes in the living room C. watch better and more delicate television programmes D. enjoy TV together with various smaller screens on hand 72. It can be inferred from Paragraph 3 that _______. A. so many people worldwide prefer watching TV B. people prefer watching live matches to BBC’s broadcast C. people have less undivided attention on TV than before D. the Queen’s Jubilee celebrations are less attractive now 73. Which shows the phenomenon of “media stacking” in the last paragraph? A. People are watching TV while shopping online. B. People are watching a broadcast of a coronation. C. The Internet makes people spend less time on TV. D. The Internet enriches people’s television experience. 74. The underlined word in paragraph 4 line1can be replaced by______. A. drawn a line B. highlighted C. treated D. put up 75. The passage is written to _______. A. describe the changes connected devices bring to TV watching B. report the comeback of the traditional living room scene C. show the influence of connected devices on people D. present the different roles TV plays in people’s life 第II卷(非选择题 满分35分) 第四部分 写作(共两节,满分35分) 第一节 阅读表达(共5小题;每小题2分,满分10分) [1]Satellite images of Africa’s Congo Basin show that deforestation(伐木)has fallen by about a third since 2000. [2]Researchers believe this is partly because of a focus on mining and oil rather than commercial agriculture, where swathes(边沿)of forest are cleared. [3]The work is published in the Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society B. It is part of a series that is examining the state of Africa’s forests. [4]Dr Simon Lewis, from the University of Leeds and University College London, said, “Most of the focus has been on the Amazon and South East Asian tropical rainforests, and a big of the missing picture is what is going on the Congo Basin in Central Africa.” [5]“We really wanted to pull together information about this amazing region that we know very little about.” Sprawling (蔓延)across the heart of Africa, the Congo Basin rainforest is second only to the Amazon in size. It covers nearly 2 million sq km. [6]This latest study reveals that it is in far better health than expected. Images allowed researchers to track how the dense leaves were changing over time. [7]They found that during the 1990s nearly 3,000 sq km of forest were being cut down each year. But from 2000 to 2010, the rate of deforestation had slowed. Fewer than 2,000 sq km of rainforest were lost every year. “The results were surprising,” Dr Lewis told BBC News. “This is partly because there is a network of protected areas. But it is also because of a lack of expansion in agriculture, and the way these countries have organized their economies. They are very dependent on oil sales and also minerals from mining, and they are investing in that and not investing so much in agricultural expansion.” 76.What is the main idea of the passage?(no more than 8 words) 77.What areas do researchers usually focus on when they usually are into research of forests? (no more than 10 words) 78.What does the word “It”(Line 2, Paragraph 5) probably refer to? (4 words) 79.Fill in the blank in Paragraph 6 with proper words. (no more than 4 words) 80. List 2 reasons why the rate of deforestation had slowed in Central Africa. (no more than 12 words) ① ② 第二节、书面表达(满分25分) 请结合生活中的一个事例,用英语写一篇短文,谈谈你对下面一句英文的理解。 Faced with difficulty, different people have different attitude, which leads to different results. 注意: 无须写标题,不得照抄英语提示语; 词数120左右。 2014届高三年级第五次月考英语试卷答题卡 一、听力(共30分,每小题1.5 分) 题号 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 答案 题号 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 答案 二、单选题(15分,第小题1分) 题号 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 答案 题号 31 32 33 34 35 答案 三、完形填空(共30分,每小题1.5 分) 题号 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 43 44 45 答案 题号 46 47 48 49 50 51 52 53 54 55 答案 四、阅读理解(共40分,每小题2分) 题号 56 57 58 59 60 61 62 63 64 65 答案 题号 66 67 68 69 70 71 72 73 74 75 答案 五、阅读表达(共10分,每空2分) 76. 77. 78. 79. 80. 六、书面表达 答案 听力: 1—20:BBCAC ABCBB CABAA CACCA 单项选择: 21-35: ABCBC DCDBC ABCDA 完形填空: 36—55:CDABC DAAAB DCDAB DABBB 阅读理解: 56---60: BACDB 61-65: DBCDC 66-70: BBCDC 71-75:DCABA 阅读表达: 76. Deforestation in Africa’s Congo Basin has fallen. 77. The Amazon and South East Asian tropical rainforest. 78. The Congo Basin rainforest. 79. taken from space/taken by satellite 80. ①A focus on mining and oil; ②A network of protected areas ③a lack of expansion in agriculture 作文: Different attitudes lead to different results. Those who take a positive attitude towards work will be rewarded. Let’s take Li Ming and Li Lei for example. They were both not very good at maths when entering high school. Li Ming put all his heart into study and he has become a top student in our class. With his diligence and concentration, he is bound to succeed in entering his ideal university. However, Li Lei, who was gradually addicted to playing computer games, never cared about his study and turned a deaf ear to the teachers’ advice. As a result, he has fallen behind others in his study. In my opinion, attitude is everything. No matter what you do, you must do it well even if you may fail many times. Sooner or later you will be rewarded for your positive attitude toward your work or life. 答案 听力: 1—20:BBCAC ABCBB CABAA CACCA 单项选择: 21-35: ABCBC DCDBC ABCDA 完形填空: 36—55:CDABC DAAAB DCDAB DABBB 阅读理解: 56---60: BACDB 61-65: DBCDC 66-70: BBCDC 71-75:DCABA 阅读表达: 76. Deforestation in Africa’s Congo Basin has fallen. 77. The Amazon and South East Asian tropical rainforest. 78. The Congo Basin rainforest. 79. taken from space/taken by satellite 80. ①A focus on mining and oil; ②A network of protected areas ③a lack of expansion in agriculture 作文: Different attitudes lead to different results. Those who take a positive attitude towards work will be rewarded. Let’s take Li Ming and Li Lei for example. They were both not very good at maths when entering high school. Li Ming put all his heart into study and he has become a top student in our class. With his diligence and concentration, he is bound to succeed in entering his ideal university. However, Li Lei, who was gradually addicted to playing computer games, never cared about his study and turned a deaf ear to the teachers’ advice. As a result, he has fallen behind others in his study. In my opinion, attitude is everything. No matter what you do, you must do it well even if you may fail many times. Sooner or later you will be rewarded for your positive attitude toward your work or life. ·14· 
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