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  	 	整理 	  资源来源网络(https://www.kuaiwen.net)”   武威六中2019届高三上学期第二次阶段性复习过关考试  英语试题 第一部分: 阅读理解(共两节,满分40 分) 第一节: (共15小题, 每小题2分, 满分30分)  阅读下列短文,从每题所给的四个选项(A、B、C和D)中,选出最佳选项。      A  AD.1: April Fool’s Party  On Friday, April 1, Inner Affair goes back to the days of funk! Classes Tunes from the 1970s and 1980s by DJS Den & Sion.9p.m till late.  Tickets: Free entrance for those in costume, otherwise 50 yuan(US$6)  Time/date: 9 a.m, April ,1  Place: Inner Affair, 1/F, Qiankun Dasha, 6 Sanlitun Xiliujie, Chaoyang District  Tel: (412)396-6321  Fax:(412)396-6890  AD.2:Sailing Club  Our Young Sailor’s Course leads to the Stage 1 Sailing qualification.You’11 learn how to sail safely and the course also covers sailing theory and first aid.Have fun with other course member afterwards in the clubroom.There are 10 weekly two—hour lessons(Tuesdays 6 pm~8 pm).  Opening Hours:Tuesdays:6:00 pm一8。00 pm  Phone:(412)396—6644 Fax:(412)396—6644  AD. 3:The “worst” party  Organized by ozone productions, the party is set to be “the worst ever”, with the lamest music from the 1960s,1970s and 1980s. Special prizes will be awarded to the worst dressed or for bad fashion sense.  Tickets :Free entrance  Time/date: 9 a.m, April ,1  Place: Pula Pula, Tianze Lu, Oriental Seven  Colors Plaza, Chaoyang District  Tel:(412) 396-6785 Fax: (412)396--6243  AD. 4:Riding School:       You can start horse-riding at any age.Choose private or group lessons any weekday be 9 am and 8:30 pm(3:30 pm on Saturdays).There are 10 kilometres of tracks and paths for leisurely rides across farmland and open country.You will need a riding hat.  Opening Hours:Monday through Friday:9:00 am一8:30 pm  Phone:(412)396—6754  Fax:(412)396—6752  AD. 5:Diving Centre:  Our experienced instructors offer one-month courses in deep-sea diving for beginners.There are two evening lessons a week,in which you learn to breathe underwater and use the equipment safely.You only need a swimming costume and towel. Reduced rates for couples.    Opening Hours:Monday and Friday:6:30pm一8:30pm  Phone:(412)396—6312 Fax:(412)396—6706 1.Which of the following is NOT true according to AD.I and AD.3?  A. The two parties will be held in the same day.  B. The two parties will be held at the same time.  C. Some old music will be played at the parties.  D. The entrance fees of the two parties will not be charged.   2.If you want to experience a new activity in the countryside in the mornings,you may fax           A.(412)396--6312                  B.(412)396--6752     C.(412)396--6706                  D.(412)396—6876 3.You want to do an activity one evening a week and get a certificate in the end,you can go to              A.AD. 4:Riding School 			B.AD. 5: Diving center  C.AD.2:Sailing  Club   			D.AD. 3:The “worst” party  B  The Golden Egg  “I don’t want to write a story about girls! I don’t know anything about girls,” Louisa May Alcott told her publisher, Mr. Niles. But she was desperate for money. She seemed to be the only one in her family who could make money. Niles had asked her to write about something she knew, instead of the romantic adventure stories she had been writing. “So I plod away,” Alcott wrote,” though I don’t enjoy this sort of thing.” It was 1867, and the horrible Civil War was over. Now Alcott could turn her energy to making money.  Alcott wrote a simple story of life in her family, their pillow fights on Saturday nights and the amateur(业余的) plays they performed.” Our experiences may prove interesting, though I doubt it.”(Good joke,” she wrote years later.) Her book described her days growing up with four sisters in a family that had no money. She sketched a loving mother who took time to be interested in each child, and she told of the death of a beloved sister. She portrayed her family and friends in her book Little Women, Finally, in July of 1868, she finished writing. With a sigh and a headache, she sent off all 102 handwritten pages of her book.  Niles thought the book was dull, and so did Alcott. But when she received her copies of the book, Alcott thought it seemed better than expected. “Not a bit sensational,” she wrote, “ but simple and true. We really lived most of it .” Niles asked some girls to read Little Women, and they loved it. If the girls liked it, Alcott was satisfied.    In three months, all the copies of Little Women had sold. It was already time to print more books! Niles thought he could sell three or four hundred more copies.” An honest publisher and a lucky author made a dull book into a golden egg for an ugly duckling,” Alcott wrote in 1885. Later, with a great sigh of relief, she was able to write, “Paid off all the debts! Now I feel that I could die in peace. If my head holds out, I’ll do all I once hoped to do.”   4.Which of the following would be used to describe Alcott’s book?   A.  Boring .           B.Funny.        C. Magic.       D. Skillful. 5.In which order did the following happen?  a. Alcott began writing Little Women  b. Niles asked Alcott to write about girls  c. Alcott wrote romantic adventure stories  d. Alcott performed plays with her sisters	  e. Niles was not pleased with Alcott’s work.   A. a, b, e, d, c       B. d, c, a, b, e        C. c, b, e, d, a          D. d, c, e, b, a 6.We learn from the story that, after Little Women sold out,_________   A .Alcott wrote another book   B. some girls started to read the book 	   C. Alcott paid off all her debts               D. Niles published hundreds of books girls liked 7.When she handed her first writing in Niles was__________  A. unsatisfied with the work     B. happy about her work  C. sure of her success          D. unpleased with the publish      C  Many Americans think of driverless cars as a futuristic technology that will revolutionize travel in cities and along state highways. But recent experiments are proving that autonomous (自动的)vehicles also have the potential to improve the quality of life for millions of Americans underserved by traditional ways of transportation, such as the elderly and disabled, so long as lawmakers make smart policies that pave the way for innovation.  A retirement community in San Jose, Calif. , which has been transformed by a small fleet(车队)of driverless taxis, shows the potential of self-driving cars to transform people’s lives. Built by a tech start-up called Voyage, the modified(被改进的) Ford Fusions are currently limited to a two-mile road, but residents are already having the benefits of these autonomous vehicles, which allow them to participate in social activities they would otherwise be unable to enjoy simply because they could not get to them.  When the trial run finally expands to 15 miles of road, these residents—whose average age is 76—will also have a convenient and reliable new way to appointments. As these cars continue to serve residents there, it is easy to understand why California is moving to simplify regulations for the industry.  In Michigan, forward-thinking policies have the potential to unlock other hidden benefits of autonomous vehicles, especially for those with physical disabilities. The Michigan Disability Rights Coalition has strongly advocated for the development of this technology, saying that it could give people with disabilities greater opportunities in the workforce and enable them to lead more fulfilling(满意的), independent lives.  Many recognize that autonomous vehicles will be the future of transportation, but it is too often overlooked that this future cannot arrive fast enough for millions of Americans who are forced to depend on others for day-to-day travel. The policymakers should follow the lead of places like California and Michigan, and pass rules and regulations to unlock these hidden benefits of driver-less cars. 8.What’s the attitude of most American people to the future of autonomous vehicles?  A. uncertain    B.optimistic    C. indifferent     D. doubtful 9.What is the modified Ford Fusion?  A. The collection of social activities.   B. The name of a retirement community.    C. A kind of autonomous vehicle.     D. A two-mile road for self-driving cars. 10.Examples are given in the third and fourth paragraphs to prove  A.how driver-less technology benefits the aged and disabled   B. why driver-less cars are restricted in many states in America    C. what are preventing the development of the technology  D. when driver-less cars can enter people’s life eventually 11.What does the author attempt to inform us in the last paragraph?  A. The concept(概念)of autonomous vehicles has been widely recognized.  B. The weak groups are often overlooked despite technology advances.  C. The benefits of driver-less cars have been fully unlocked.  D. Regulations should go hand in hand with driver-less technology.      D  We all know what a brain is. A doctor will tell you that the brain is the organ of the body in the head. It controls our body’s functions, movements, emotions and thoughts. But a brain can mean so much more.  A brain can also simply be a smart person. If a person is called brainy, he is smart and intelligent. If a family has many children but one of them is super smart, you could say, “He’s the brains in the family.” And if you are the brains behind something, you are responsible for developing or organizing something. For example, Bill Gates is the brains behind Microsoft.  Brain trust is a group of experts who give advice. Word experts say the phrase “brain trust” became popular when Franklin D. Roosevelt first ran for president in 1932. Several professors gave him advice on social and political issues(问题)facing the U.S. These professors were called his “brain trust”.  These ways we use the word “brain” all make sense. But other ways we use the word are not so easy to understand. For example, to understand the next brain expression, you first need to know the word “drain”. As a verb, to drain means to remove something by letting it flew away. So a brain drain may sound like a disease where the brain flows out of the ears. But, brain drain is when a country’s most educated people leave their countries to live in another. The brains are, sort of, draining out of the country.    However, if people are responsible for a great idea, you could say they brainstormed it. Here, brainstorm is not an act of weather. It is a process of thinking creatively about a complex topic. For example, business leaders may use brainstorming to create new products, and government leaders may brainstorm to solve problems.  If people are brainwashed, it does not mean their brains are nice and clean. To brainwash means to make some accept new beliefs by using repeated pressure in a forceful or tricky way. Keep in mind that brainwash is never used in a positive way. 12.According to the text, if you’re the CEO of Bai Du you can be called         .  A. the organ of Bai Du    				B. the brain drain of Bai Du  C. the brains behind Bai Du    			D. Bai Du’s brain trust 13.Roosevelt successfully won the election probably because         .  A. he got his brain trust    			    B. he got the help of word experts  C. he was smart at giving advice    		D. he was the brains behind America 14.From the passage, we can infer that         .  A. to drain a lake means to fill it with a lot of water  B. brainy and brainwash are never used in a negative way  C. brainstorming is not a good choice for a political leader for lack of creativity  D. a country suffers a “brain drain” when educated people move to other countries 15.The author explains the “brain” expressions by         .  A. making comments    B. making comparisons	  C. using examples      D. analyzing origins  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。  Does your mood change with the seasons?  Some people find that when the temperature goes down, so do their spirits.    16    They eat more and gain weight. They have trouble sleeping. They can’t think clearly.  Here are some ways you can beat the winter blues:  Get out in the sun. Some experts say that winter blues happen because we get less sunlight in the winter than we do in other seasons. Some say that the decrease in sunlight can make us feel sad.    17        Get some exercise. A walk or other exercise will make chemicals called endorphins (内啡肽) flow through your body. Endorphins are natural “feel good” chemicals.    18  Avoid having too much sugar. If you crave sugary foods (like cookies or candy), it may be a sign that you need more protein (蛋白质), like meat, chicken, or fish.  Avoid holiday stress. Cut back if you have too many things to do. Make sure you have some quiet time to yourself.  19  Get some rest. Studies show that most teens need about nine hours of sleep each night. The average teen, though, gets only about six or seven hours of sleep per night.  Get help. Be cautious if you feel sad all the time and the feeling won’t go away.    20    Talk to an adult who you trust or get help from a doctor.  A. Eat more healthful foods.  B. Choose different foods in season.  C. Don’t be so busy that you get run-down.  D. Those people sometimes feel sad for no reason.  E. You may have a bigger problem than the winter blues.  F. Getting extra sunlight each day can help brighten your mood.  G. A regular pattern of sleep is the most important thing to maintain. 第二部分: 英语知识运用(共两节,满分45分) 第一节: 完形填空(共20小题;每小题1.5分, 满分30分) 	 阅读下面短文,从短文后各题所给的四个选项(A、B、C和D)中,选出可以填入空白处的最佳选项。    My parents always made extra Christmas specials for my sisters and me. Of course the big    21    was that my sisters and I would run down the stairs to see our Christmas tree surrounded by mountains of    22   . We got bikes, microscopes, cameras, and    23    else a kid might want. They were great, though I didn’t    24    appreciate all that my parents did. It was quite common for me to be trapped in    25    the endless gifts. As a result, I’m unable to remember everything I    26   .  As my husband Joe and I were ready to welcome our first child    27    the world, we thought about how to give Christmas gifts in advance. Finally we    28    the decision to set the three-gift    29    for our holiday celebrations. I had ever    30    about the idea in a few magazine articles. And I really liked how it made the    31    decide the things they truly wanted. Mostly, I loved the idea of    32    our holiday. I would see my kids get the same    33    of gifts. I expected a Christmas day when we could actually    34    each other’s company, as well as the gifts and the spirit that our children were given.     35    those ideas that Joe and I came up with before they were born, such as never letting them eat junk food, or    36    TV time to only one hour a day, the three-gift rule is one thing that    37    the test of time. We’ve done it each year since Tom was born 18 years old,    38    it’s actually done in the way that we had hoped. Joe and I are less    39    because we just need to focus on giving each child the top three things that they desire. And we find the kids do    40    and enjoy the gifts. 21. A. dream				B. event				C. party				D. game 22. A. clothes				B. foods				C. gifts				D. books 23. A. everything			B. something			C. nothing			D. anything 24. A. suddenly			B. gradually			C. really				D. nearly 25. A. sending			B. sharing			C. sparing			D. opening 26. A. received			B. refused			C. bought			D. imagined 27. A. for				B. into				C. on				D. of 28. A. offered				B. picked			C. took				D. made 29. A. condition			B. role				C. tradition			D. position 30. A. read				B. sold				C. argued			D. hated 31. A. children			B. parents			C. students			D. friends 32. A. questioning			B. simplifying		C. challenging		D. satisfying 33. A. number				B. name			   	C. size				D. color 34. A. enjoy				B. doubt				C. praise				D. require 35. A. With				B. Unlike			C. About				D. From 36. A. adding				B. saving				C. limiting			D. spending 37. A. tries				B. enters				C. reaches			D. stands 38. A. or					B. but				C. and				D. yet 39. A. stressed			B. excited			C. surprised			D. confused 40. A. recognize			B. appreciate			C. believe			D. compare 第二节:语法填空题(共10小题;每小题1.5分,满分15分) 阅读下面短文,在空白处填入1个适当的单词或括号内单词的正确形式。  Today I am staring to take the stairs instead of the elevator and also walking to the person's desk instead of  41      (send) an email about a question at work.  It is the small steps each day  42    make a big difference. I am excited to hear about other people's   43      (story) for inspiration and motivation(动机). We can all help each other and make   44    ( we) better and make this world a better place.  My husband and I have been married    45     1997 and had our daughter in 2006. When she was born I wanted to make sure that instilled(灌输) in her the values of good self-esteem(自尊), eating healthily and being  46     (act) so she would live a healthy and long life. Four years ago at 288 pounds my friend and I joined a gym for personal training to lose weight and get fit. I   47     (lose) 100 pounds so far. I teach at the gym to help others with their weight loss journey. I have completed 43 half marathons(马拉松)   48    ran my lst marathon this past October in Columbus, Ohio. I want to be   49   example to others and inspire them  50  (lose) weight and get healthy. 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)  假定英语课上老师要求同桌之间交换修改作文,请你修改你同桌写的以下作文。文中共有10处语言错误,每句中最多有两处。每处错误仅涉及一个单词的增加、删除或修改。    增加:在缺词处加一个漏字符号(∧),并在其下面写出该加的词。    删除:把多余的词用斜线(\)划掉。    修改:在错的词下划一横线,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。 Hi, Janice,  It's been a month since I came to this new school and I really want share with you some of the problems I have been experiencing.  As I tell you last time, I made three new friend here. We hang out together during lunch and after school. We've been spending a lot of time sing in karaoke bars. It's been three Saturdays and it really costs me many. And I started to see this as a time-wasting activity! In fact, I don't like to go anymore, so I'm afraid I'll lose our friendship. How do you think I should do? If you are me, would you talk to him?  Please help with me and give me some advice.  Grace 第二节: 书面表达(满分25分)  成语(Chinese idioms)是中国文化的重要组成部分,它能用简单的词语表达出丰富并且深刻的意义。假定你是李华,你的外国笔友James对中国成语很感兴趣,来信向你咨询有关中国成语的信息,请你写一封回信,包括以下内容:  1.简单介绍成语;  2.介绍学习成语的益处;3.分享自己学习成语的感受和体会。  注意: 1.词数100左右;  2.可以适当增加细节,以使行文连贯。          2019届9月底高三英语月考试卷答案  阅读理解  A篇 1.D   2. B    3. C          B篇4.B   5.D   6.C   7.A        C篇 8.B   9.C  10.A  11.D      D篇 12.C  13.A  14.D  15.C    七选五16-20 DFACE    完形填空:21--30 BCACD, ABDCA		31--40 ABAAB, CDCAB    语法改错 41. sending   42. that  43. stories  44. ourselves  45. since   46. active  47. have lost  48. and  49. an    50. to lose    短文改错 51.第一句want后加to    52.第二句tell- > told  53.第一句friend- -friends 54.第四句sing-singing    55.第五句many- >much  56.第七句so- >but 57.第八句How-What     58.第九句are- +were  59.第九句him->them 60.最后一句去掉with    作文 Dear James,  I am glad that you are interested in Chinese idioms. Chinese idioms, mainly consisting of four Chinese characters, have been appealing to those absorbed in the Chinese language because they are indispensable part of Chinese culture. The benefits of learning can be listed as follows.  First, with many of Chinese idioms widely used in our daily life, a good knowledge of them contributes to a better understanding of both spoken and written Chinese. Second, they usually possess vivid and profound meanings, making what you try to convey more convincing.  As far as I am concerned, I have a preference for the interesting stories behind some of the Chinese idioms. Not only are they interesting, but they also tend to teach some wisdom, which helps me a lot.  I sincerely hope you can learn them well.  Yours,  Li Hua      资源来源网络,https://www.kuaiwen.net  	 	·10·   
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