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(2014秋)高三广东专版必修三Modules 5-6综合能力测试题


(2014 秋)高三· 广东专版

必修三 Modules 5-6 综合能力测试题

I 语言知识及应用(共两节,满分 45 分) 第一节 完形填空(共 1 5 小题;每小题 2 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,并在答题卡将该项涂黑。 Reading a

book can stretch the imagination, support independent thinking and widen a person’s world. __1__ a book can do even more. Teachers are now using book-writing to help students __2__ creativity and a love of reading at a(n) __3__ age. In a classroom at Taylor Elementary school, the teacher __4__ students to write their own books, making pictures and talking with their teacher. Each student is inspired and working on it __5__. Avalon Bennett has almost finished writing her __6__ Maleficent. Her teacher said it is a good way for students to __7__ themselves freely. Creating a book begins with the children finding the ideas that __8__ them. Then they write the first version. After that, they will __9__ their work, which means making corrections and changes. During the whole process of writing, students learn to think like __10__ writers. Creating books is one of Holly Karapet’s favorite activities at home with her 6-year-old daughter, Kalina. “We have made books about animals, weather, letters and numbers to strengthen skill. One of our favorite kinds of books to make is a(n) __11__ book. It is about the learning of simple letters by __12__ these letters with some interesting pictures.” She says the way to keep children interested in creating books is to give them __13__ of choice. “Kalina has been more into __14__ with me lately and she usually helps in the kitchen. She wanted to make a cookbook. Holly hopes the skills Kalina is developing — writing, reading, thinking — will help her __15__ in the 21st century job market. 1. A. Reading 2. A. discover 3. A. early B. Writing B. find B. proper C. Borrowing C. develop C. normal D. Using D. form D. old

4. A. forces 5. A. hardly 6. A. diary 7. A. inspire 8. A. teach 9. A. change 10. A. right 11. A. tool 12. A. matching 13. A. opinions 14. A. gardening 15. A. join

B. warns B. actively B. report B. show B. worry B. correct B. false B. animal B. stressing B. ideas B. fishing B. succeed

C. invites C. passively C. book C. impress C. interest C. rewrite C. real C. math C. guessing C. freedom C. sewing C. appreciate

D. encourages D. slowly D. article D. express D. help D. edit D. young D. alphabet D. gathering D. confidence D. cooking D. learn

第二节 语法填空(共 10 小题;每小题 1.5 分,满分 1 5 分) 阅读下列短文, 根据上下文在空白处填写适当的词语, 或使用括号中所给词语的适当形 式填空。 Once there was a free bird: She floated in the sky, __16__ (catch) worms for lunch and swam in the summer rain trickles, like many __17__ birds. But she had a habit: __18__ some event occurred in her life, whether good or bad, the bird would pick up a stone __19__ the ground to memorize it. Every day she sorted out her stones, laughed remembering joyful events, and cried remembering the sad ones. The bird always took the stones with __20__, whether she was flying in the sky or walking on the earth, and she never forgot about them. Years had passed __21__ the free bird got a lot of stones, but she still kept on sorting them out, remembering the past. It was becoming more and more difficult for her to fly. The bird was unable to move on her own __22__ could she catch worms anymore. Only rare rain gave her the necessary energy. But the bird __23__ (brave) endured all the hardships, __24__ (guard) her precious memories. After some time the bird died of __25__ (starve) and thirst. II 阅读(共两节,满分 50 分) 第一节 阅读理解(共 20 小题;每小题 2 分,满分 40 分) 阅读下列短文,从每题所给的 A、B、C 和 D 项中,选出最佳选项。

A In the United States, we love to try new ways to exercise. When an exercise program promises to help us lose weight or get fit, it can become very popular quickly. Such a popular exercise trend is CrossFit. The number of CrossFit centers doubles every two years. What began in a house in Califomia in the 1970s is now international. There are more than 8,500 CrossFit gyms worldwide. People who practice CrossFit live in South America, and across Europe and Asia too. CrossFit is a whole body workout. It is known as one of the hardest training programs in the exercise world. A good word to describe that is hard-core. The hard-core Cross fitters include the U.S. Marines, professional sports teams, fire departments and police forces. And it is also popular with office workers. CrossFit uses weight training and basic movements like running and jumping. The movements are simple but intense. Kate is a trainer in Washington. She says the main goals are to get stronger and to improve cardio or the rate the heart beats. “So you can have power lifting movements, and you can have body weight stuff. We can have what we call single modal. Running, rowing, swimming, and anything can be thrown into a workout with CrossFit.” Most CrossFit gyms are filled with men. But women also practice this extreme workout. Samantha has been doing CrossFit for about six weeks with the goals of losing weight and gaining strength. “I think there are so many things that I didn’t know I could do, and I am already making progress that I didn’t expect to make. So I think I am going to have to revise my goals a little bit.” But critics say CrossFit has a high rate of injury. Members can experience muscle damage, especially shoulder injuries. CrossFit athletes, however, say that a good trainer can help people work out safely and avoid injuries. 26. According to the passage, CrossFit is popular because _______. A. it is a new way to exercise B. it can help keep fit C. it is easy to learn D. it has a long history 27. Which of the following is TRUE? A. CrossFit offers hard training programs. B. CrossFit is totally different from regular exercise.

C. CrossFit aims to serve young people. D. CrossFit is a kind of professional training. 28. According to Kate, the training activities in CrossFit are _______. A. boring B. interesting C. various D single

29. Samantha thinks that ________. A. CrossFit is a sport for men B. CrossFit is quite tiring C. CrossFit isn’t very effective D. CrossFit isn’t so difficult for her 30. What would the passage probably discuss next? A. Advantages of doing CrossFit. B. Disadvantages of doing CrossFit. C. Examples of injury when people do CrossFit. D. Tips for CrossFit trainees to avoid injuries. B Where did you feel the love? Perhaps you got “butterflies in your stomach” or your heart raced with excitement. When a team of scientists in Finland asked people to map out where they felt different emotions on their bodies, they found that the results were surprisingly consistent. People reported that happiness and love sparked activity across nearly the entire body, while depression had the opposite effect: It dampened feelings in the arms, legs and head. Danger and fear triggered strong sensations in the chest area, the volunteers said. And anger was one of the few emotions that activated the arms. The scientists hoped that these body emotions may one day help psychologists diagnose (诊断) or treat mood disorders. “Our emotional system in the brain sends signals to the body so we can deal with our situation,” says Lauri Nummen, a psychologist at Aalto University who leads the study. “For example, you see a snake and you feel fearful, and your nervous system increases oxygen to your muscles and raises your heart rate so you can deal with the threat. It’s an automated system. We don’t have to think about it.” That idea has been known for centuries. But scientists still don’t agree on whether these body changes are distinct for each emotion and whether this pattern serves as a way for the mind to

consciously identify emotions. To try and figure that out, Nummen and his team ran a simple computer experiment with about 700 volunteers from Finland, Sweden and Taiwan. The team showed the volunteers two blank silhouettes (剪影) of people on a screen and then told the subjects to think about one of 14 emotions: love, disgust, anger, pride, etc. The volunteers then painted areas of the body that felt stimulated by that emotion. On the second silhouette, they painted areas of the body that got deactivated during that emotion. “People found the experiment quite amusing.” Nummen tells Shots. “We kept the questions online so you can try the experiment yourself.” 31. What did a team of scientists in Finland find? A. People feel love in their stomachs. B. It’s impossible to map people’s emotion. C. People’s hearts beat faster when feeling love. D. People have similar reaction to emotions on bodies. 32. The underlined word “triggered” in Paragraph 2 can be best replaced by “_________”. A. caused B. reduced C. helped D. expanded

33. In Nummen’s opinion, how do people react when seeing a snake? A. The muscles need less oxygen. B. The heart rate will increase. C. They feel too nervous to move. D. They feel full of strength. 34. The experiment in Finland, Sweden and Taiwan ________. A. has been done in the developing countries B. is helpful to people with emotion problems C. is very complicated but has been quite successful D. is to find out the certain body parts reacting to emotions 35. Nummen thinks that the experiment _________. A. is fun and that we can have a try B. teaches us how to control emotions C. is a study on emotions and health

D. tells us love and its effect on our bodies C In 1978, Bill Clinton began serving his first of five terms as Governor of Arkansas. In 1980, Hillary Clinton gave birth to their first daughter, Chelsea Clinton. As the First Lady of Arkansas, she pursued many causes working for children, education and families. She also wrote a weekly newspaper column where she discussed political and social issues. Bill Clinton ran for President in 1992. Hillary Clinton took an active part in her husband’s election with her sharp tongue. Her “no nonsense” manner made Hillary Clinton an easy target for controversy. It became quickly evident that she was not going to stand in the shadow of anyone. Immediately, Hillary Clinton devoted herself to healthcare reform. Her work drew intense criticism, and her first efforts were eventually given up. Hillary did, however, create the Children’s Health Insurance Program in 1997. The program was considered to be her most successful achievement as First Lady. Regardless of whether people agreed with her, Hillary was doing the work that she felt needed to be done. She kept an office in the White House, and attended meetings when her husband was addressing issues that she was working on. She stayed in the spotlight while her husband served as President. Not everyone appreciated Hillary’s involvement. In 1993, it was rumored that she had illegally profited from a development in the Ozarks called “Whitewater”, for which she was charged in the court. In 1998, Bill Clinton admitted having an affair with a White House intern (实习生) named Monica Lewinsky. Hillary stood behind her husband and supported him. In 2000, Hillary Clinton became the First Lady who was elected to public office when she won the U.S. Senate seat from New York State. She once served as both First Lady and U.S. Senator. In 2007, she entered into the Presidential race becoming the First Lady to enter a national political race with Barack Obama. When elected, President Obama asked Hillary to serve as his Secretary of State making her the third woman in history to hold that office and one of the most famous women in recent history in politics. 36. Before becoming American President, Bill Clinton ________. A. served as Governor of Arkansas B. wrote articles for a newspaper column C. made his wife the First Lady of the states

D. devoted himself to working for healthcare reform 37. About Hillary Clinton, it can be inferred that _______. A. she was strongly against political reform in her country B. she had little interest in political activities throughout her life C. her “no nonsense” manner aroused different views from people D. her being the First Lady of the states lasted for more than thirty years 38. Hillary Clinton made her most successful achievement as First Lady in _______. A. Bill Clinton’s presidential election B. the Monica Lewinsky incident C. her involvement in “whitewater” D. the Children’s Health Insurance Program 39. From this passage, Hillary Clinton is a woman of _______. A. importance in politics B. profound knowledge C. great controversy D. attractive appearance 40. The best title of this passage should be “_______”. A. The First Lady B. Hillary Clinton C. Political Stars D. Secretary of State D The Chinese art of paper cutting has a long history. The earliest paper cutting was found in China 1,500 years ago. The United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization has recognized the art, called Jianzhi, on its Intangible Cultural Heritage (无形文化遗产) list. But Jianzhi is at risk of disappearing. Voyo Woo, a Chinese immigrant to the US, hopes to bring the art back to life. Voyo Woo loves paper cutting. And she works hard to celebrate the ancient art form. On a recent Saturday, Ms Woo held a paper cutting show at a shopping center near Washington. She demonstrated the art to crowds for hours at the center.

Voyo Woo began to study the art of Jianzhi as a 14-year-old girl in her hometown in southeastern China. She said all the students at school had to learn the art. But she developed a special love for it, so her teacher gave her extra training after class. Later, she won second prize in a national painting and calligraphy competition. Ms Woo came to the US after she finished college in 2008. Soon after, she became involved in an event to support and expand understanding of Chinese paper cutting. She has been invited to demonstrate the art at a wide collection of events. She has also shown her skill at famous museums like Sackler art galleries in Washington. Ms Woo says paper cutting represents Chinese cultural values, history and stories of people’s lives. She uses the art as a tool to present Chinese culture to people who know little about it. Ms Woo placed examples of her art around her as she demonstrated paper cutting at the shopping center. Some shoppers, like Ann Russ, took part in a workshop. Ms Russ was struck by the finely detailed nature of the work. She said it put her at ease. Voyo Woo says Chinese art is for all people. “It is amazing how Chinese art can echo with people from other cultural backgrounds.” 41. What can we learn from Paragraph1? A. Paper cutting is popular now in the US. B. Jianzhi is regarded as cultural heritage. C. Paper cutting has a long history in the US. D. Ms Woo worries about the future of jianzhi. 42. Ms Woo held a paper cutting show at a shopping center to _______. A. earn more money B. do her job for the United Nations C. celebrate an art festival D. make paper cutting well-known 43. What is Paragraph 3 mainly about? A. Ms Woo’s success as a paper cutting artist. B. Ms Woo’s experience as a Jianzhi artist. C. The story of Ms Woo and her teacher. D. The school life of Ms Woo in China. 44. The events mentioned in Paragraph 3 are developed ________. A. by time B. by space C. by example D. by comparison

45. We can infer from Ann Russ’ words that ________. A. she was confused about paper cutting B. she thought the art of paper cutting was too detailed C. she admired the art of paper cutting very much D. she wanted to popularize the art of paper cutting 第二节 信息匹配(共 5 小题;每小题 2 分,满分 10 分) 下面是一些应用文及其应用场合的信息, 请阅读下列应用文和相关信息, 并按照要求匹 配信息。 阅读下列应用文及相关信息,并按照要求匹配信息。 首先,请阅读以下各种机器人的图片及简介。 A. Roomba, a domestic robot ■ helping single task work in home use ■ used in simple but unwanted jobs, such as vacuum cleaning, floor washing and lawn mowing

B. Industrial robots ■ working without hands-on control ■ consisting of a jointed arm and an end effector-a gripper assembly

C. TOPIO, a bipedal humanoid robot ■ designed to play table tennis against a human being ■ uses an advanced artificial intelligence system to learn and continuously improve its skill level while playing D. ASIMO, a humanoid robot

■ designed to be a multi-functional mobile assistant and resembling a small astronaut wearing a backpack ■ walking on two feet and helping those who lack full mobility

E. Healthcare robots ■ assisting an individual, such as a sufferer from a disease like Multiple Sclerosis ■ aiding people in the overall systems such as pharmacies and hospitals F. Swarm robots ■ used to research collective behavior and for space exploration missions ■ performing a useful task, such as finding something hidden, cleaning, or spying 下列为五位购买者的情况,请为他们选择合适的机器人。 46. Mr Janson, who is in his 70s, is suffering a disease called Multiple Sclerosis. He needs a robot with a TFT display and a tray with IR sensor surface to take care of him when he is at home alone. Besides, he wants to record the whole process when the robot is conducting healthcare. 47. Alice, a twelve-year-old girl, loves playing ping-pong. However, her parents are busy with their work, so they have no time to play with her. Now she is badly in need of a robot which can help her improve her playing skill. A robot with a human-like look is preferred. 48. Mrs Smith, a busy mother, has little time to do housework and wants to buy a domestic vacuum cleaner robot which can help her with a single, menial job. She thinks it is more satisfying if the robot can assist her in cleaning and washing the floor, whenever she is at home or at work. 49. Mr Black, a boss of a big factory, is searching for robots with end effectors which can be automatically controlled, reprogrammable and multipurpose and are programmable manipulators. Also, they can be either fixed in place or mobile for use m industrial automation

applications. 50. Tom, a fifteen-year-old boy, would love a robot that looks like a spaceman and can move its hands and walk freely. It can help the disabled move around. In addition, it is frequently used in demonstrations across the world to encourage the study of science and mathematics. Ⅲ写作(共两节,满分 40 分) 第一节 基础写作(共 1 小题,满分 15 分) 以下是一项旅游活动的安排和收获,请你写一篇英语游记发表在校报。 1. 活动地点和时间: 1)北京; 2)8 月 18 至 8 月 22,为期五天。 2. 参加人员:班上 50 名学生和 5 位老师。 3. 活动安排: 1)8 月 18 日至 8 月 20 日,亲临天安门广场,走进故宫博物院,游玩颐和园; 2)8 月 21 日,登临世界七大奇迹之一 —— 长城; 3)8 月 22 日,走进北大、清华。 4. 收获: 1)放松了心情,增进了同学之间的友谊; 2)让学生们体会到了中国历史文化的博大精深; 3)激励同学们努力学习,考上名牌大学。 【写作内容】 请根据以上信息为校报英语专栏写一篇短文。内容包括: 1.夏令营的时间与地点; 2.参加人员与日程安排; 3.夏令营的收获。 【写作要求】 只能用 5 个句子表达全部内容。 【评分标准】 句子结构准确,信息内容完整,篇章结构连贯。 第二节读写任务(共 1 小题,满分 25 分)

阅读下面的短文,然后按照要求写一篇 150 词左右的英语短文。 The recent survey shows that very few teens participate in common household chores in the UK this year. Here are the survey’s findings: More than three quarters of teenagers aged between 11 to 16 have yet to load a washing machine. Around 63 percent of them do not iron the clothes and 75 percent of them are strangers to bathroom cleaning. Around 63 percent of teenagers do not iron and many have no idea even how to do it. The study shows that more than 35 percent of teenagers have never cooked a meal, and that 92 percent of them have never done the household shopping. The result is obviously representing the fact that parents are taking on all housework at home. Teenagers aged between 11 to 16 do not handle things by themselves. And the researcher said that it was hoping to focus the obvious difference on the life of average teenagers and their parents in the UK. In the past years, parents carried out similar household chores when they were five years old. This survey has taken place in the UK, and it’s easy to imagine that the trend already exists in other countries around the world. 【写作内容】 1. 用约 30 个词概括上文的主要内容; 2. 用约 120 个词就“小孩该不该做家务”谈谈自己的想法,内容包括: (1)分析小孩不做家务的原因; (2)说明小孩做家务的好处; (3)你对父母鼓励小孩的建议。 【写作要求】 1. 作文中可以使用亲身经历或虚构的故事,也可以参照阅读材料的内容,但不得直接引用 原文中的句子; 2. 作文中不能出现真实姓名和学校名称。 【评分标准】 概括准确,语言规范,内容合适,篇章连贯。 _______________________________________________________________________________ _______________________________________________________________________________ _______________________________________________________________________________ _______________________________________________________________________________

_______________________________________________________________________________ 参考答案 1-5 BCADB 11-15 DACDB 16-25 (One possible version) 16. catch 17. other 19. from 6-10 CDCDC

18. When / Whenever 20. her 22. nor 24. guarding 26-30 BACDD 36-40 ACDAB 46-50 ECABD

21. and 23. bravely 25. starvation 31-35 DABDA 41-45 BDBAC

基础写作(One possible version) From the 18th to the 22nd of August, our class, including 50 students, together with our five teachers went on a five-day summer trip to Beijing. During the first three days, we visit the impressive Tian’anmen Square, the Forbidden City and the beautiful Summer Palace. On the 21st of August, we climbed the Great Wall, which is one of the seven wonders of the world. On the last day of our trip, we walked around the campus of Peking University and Tsinghua University. Besides relaxing ourselves and strengthening our friendship during the trip, we also learned more about Chinese wonderful history and were inspired to study harder to have the chance to be admitted to top universities. 读写任务(One possible version) According to the survey, few teenagers in the UK help out with doing household chores, which their parents began to do from an early age. So it’s with other countries. Why do the kids seldom do household chores? Probably many parents take on all the housework, for fear that their children have no time for schoolwork. On the other hand, the less housework these kids do, the more unwillingly they will do the chores. In fact, doing housework has quite a few advantages. It can help the kids learn responsibility and the basic skills, with which they will live independently in life. Besides, kids can improve

their self-respect and family values by doing housework. How do parents encourage kids to do housework? To begin with, small, frequent housework can be given to your kids. Then you should always praise them if they do a good job. Finally you must set a good example to them, which is the best way to achieve your aims.


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