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泰州中学2015-2016学年度第一学期高三第一次月度检测


江苏省泰州中学 2015-2016 学年度第一学期 高三英语第一次月度检测
第一部分:听力理解(略) 第二部分:英语知识运用 第一节: 单项填空 21. Raising _________ retirement age step by step is in _________ line with China’s labor market realities and should be prioritized. A. the; / B. /; the C. /; / D. the; the 22. Puzzled by this strange natural phenomenon, the scientists started to explored every ________ they knew to figure it out. A. impression B. intention C. avenue D. design 23. —It is said that he is focusing on another book on space exploration. When will it come out? —It is ___________ next year. A. about to be published B. due to be published C. surely to be published D. going to publish 24. It is so good a habit to instruct children to lay things ___________ they belong when are young. A. to which B. that C. in which D. where 25. Dark matter gives out no light and only because of its gravity effect on visible matter _______ see its existence. A. does everyone B. everyone does C. does nobody D. nobody does 26. A wise mother will never get herself into the state of her children ______ to the slightest possibility of danger. A. exposed B. exposing C. being exposed D. to be exposed 27. People all think it strange that the boy should tell what’s written on the paper in another room without looking at it. It really ________ explanation. A. prevents B. confuses C. interrupts D. challenges 28. The program will encourage outstanding Chinese students to apply to Yale and assure them, ______ they be admitted, ______ we will offer them financial support. A. should; that B. would; that C. might; which D. could; which 29. There’s little chance that we will succeed in changing our fate. _______, it is important that we try. A. Meanwhile B. Nevertheless C. Otherwise D. Therefore 30. The fog was so heavy this morning that drivers could hardly _______ the things just ten meters away from them. A. turn out B. look out C. make out D. rule out 31. It’s nearly four years since I worked in that farm. I ______ a band with other fellows. A. operated B. had been operating C. was operating D. am operating 32. —I’m afraid the project may be several days behind schedule due to bad weather. —Don’t worry. Three more assistants will be ______ in no time at all. A. at your convenience B. at your command C. at your risk D. at your request
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33. The manager has decided to put _______ he thinks is energetic and clever in the position of the leadership of the company. A. whomever B. anyone C. those D. whoever 34. This is the most serious and worst situation _______ I have ever experienced as a fan of the NBA. A. where B. that C. what D. which 35. —Mom, I’ll stay in to accompany my grandpa this evening. —________! A. Suit yourself B. Never mind C. With pleasure D. It depends.

第二节 完形填空
Saying you’re grateful for things is easy. But really feeling gratitude is much__36__.It’s something we need to ___37___again .Fortunately ,it’s not very difficult. It just requires a little bit of ___38____and remembering . About a year ago I decided to ___39____the feeling of gratitude. I did a lot of research and felt totally overwhelmed(不知所措的) by so many of the ___40____ presented in books and articles .It was too much for me to give __41____ to every move of mine and feel gratitude for it .But then I hit on the right __42___ for me. I read one sentence which ___43___ all .It was easy ,natural real ,and it wasn’t something I had to ___44___explain in my head and work on phrasing or anything else that was complicated. And I got ___45____straightaway .Each night as I sank into my bed ,__46____,aching and longing for sleep I just let a very heartfelt “Thank you !” flow through my __47___.That “Thank you!” seemed to be flowing through every nerve and fiber of my body__48__ I knew it .I was truly grateful for ____49___at the end of the day. From there everything just flowed ____50____naturally and easily. It all snowballed. Often I fall___51__still thinking of all the things I’m grateful for, and some mornings I even wake up still smiling and ___52___my feeling of gratitude. That one small ,heartfelt “Thank you!”___53___I sank into my bed opened my heart and mind to everything I have and am so grateful for. From one small seemingly ___54__event in the day my life is turning into one where “Thank you! “is not just a(n)___55____response ,but one which comes from the heart and soul as well. 36.A.better B.higher C.harder D.weaker] 37.A.learn B.face C.think D.try 38.A.attention B.patience C.ambition D.practice 39.A.share B.develop C.spread D.enjoy 40.A.imagination B.consideration C.assumption D.suggestion 41.A.thought B.way C.rise D.birth 42.A.order B.answer C.occasion D.agreement 43.A.removed B.defeated C.masked D.changed 44.A.usually B. stubbornly C.artificially D.partly 45.A.paid B.started C.dressed D.caught 46.A.drunk B.upset C.annoyed D.tired 47.A.mind B. conscience C.dream D.memory
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48.A.since 49.A.bed 50.A.ahead 51.A.blank 52.A.putting on 53.A.why 54.A.insignificance 55.A.romantic

B.before B.work B.along B.silent B.taking on B.where B.unbelievable B.automatic

C.though C.night C.about C.ill C.carrying on C.when C.invisible C.enthusiastic

D.unless D.body D.alike D.asleep D.turning on D.how D.uncertain D.characteristic

第三部分 阅读理解
A I am a senior at the State University interested in being interviewed for a job in Columbia. I believe that Columbia has the ideal culture in which I can pursue(追求) my goal of becoming an innovative and responsible arts administrator and contributing to the Columbia company’s outstanding record as a center fro exhibition and discussion of contemporary art and culture. The company is managed by a team of highly skilled professionals having extensive experience in the export industry. It is a professionally managed organization committed to offering best quality at attractive prices. You are currently exporting your products to various countries across the globe. Academically, my extensive course work in the art history department at the State University has allowed me to gain an understanding and appreciation of the art your company exhibits. I also have studied broader elements of arts management, including audience development and fund-raising as a part of my recent arts management class at the State University. As part of that class, I worked for the BCE Museum examining their marketing strategies, as well as other institutions, in an effort to discover the most effective and efficient manner to promote their upcoming exhibition. This rewarding experience working for the BCE Museum sharpened my desire to continue in this field and helped me develop the tools I need to be an effective arts administrator. I have also been able to spend time working for the BCE Museum specifically as a survey assistant, which has further strengthened my interest in museum studies. I firmly believe that I will be a good fit in Columbia’s innovative environment. Thank you for your time and consideration. Sincerely, Tom 56. What does Tom know about Columbia? A. Its business area. B. Its trading countries C. Its marketing strategies D. Its organizational framework. 57. What is the key message of Paragraph 3? A. Tom’s academic performance in his major. B. Tom’s rewarding experience in the BCE Museum. C. Tom’s reasons for applying for a job in Columbia. D. Tom’s experiences related to his professional skills.
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This could be Micah Fitz’s first spring without football practices. The 14-year-old has been playing since she was 3, but because he’s home-schooled, he can’t try out for the local team at Patriot High School in Prince William Country, Virginia. “I can’t play this half of the year and my friends are going to be playing the five or six times a week,” he said. “They’re going to be getting better and stronger playing with kids that are good.” Micah and his family---along with many other home-schooling families across Virginia---are hoping the Virginia General Assembly will approve a bill this year that would allow kids like him to try out for sports on public school athletic team. The bill, called the “Tebow bill”, is named after football player Tim Tedbow, who was home -schooled but was allowed to play on a high school team before going to the university of Florida, where he led his team to two national championships. Many major statewide education organizations said the bill wouldn’t be fair to public school student. Ken Tilley, the executive director of the Virginia High School League, said the bill would violate two of the league’s most long-standing standards for qualification: enrollment and academic standing. Home-school advocates argued they are required by the law to document academic progress. But many opponents said students always have the option of attending public high school. That might be what Sydney Bowman, a 12-year-old from Lucketts, will do to keep wrestling, although she would prefer to continue to be taught at home. In her case, girls’ wrestling teams are rare enough that there aren’t many options other than public school. But Micah’s mom, Terri Fitz, a former public school teacher, said that although they support the local school and love to cheer on the teams, they like the flexibility of home-schooling. 58. What kind of feeling is expressed in Paragraph 2? A. Disappointment B. Sympathy C. Embarrassment D. Satisfaction 59. If the bill is passed in Virginia, ____________. A. children will have the right to be taught at home B. public high school will accept home-schooled students C. home-schoolers will have to reach high academic standards D. home-schoolers will be able to compete in public school sport events 60. What was Ken Tilley’s attitude towards the bill? A. He doubted it. C. He was curious about it. A. give up team sports C. stop taking part in wrestling B. He was against it. D. He paid little attention to it B. go to public high school D. report her academic progress

61. Sydney Bowman is most likely to_________.

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C Babies, soft, delicate things that they are, typically spend their waking hours surrounded by items of equal softness. When it comes to sleeping , though, to cover a baby in all that softness can be a dangerous choice. Putting infants(婴儿) to bed with blankets and pillows has been linked to sudden infant death syndrome(SIDS), one of the leading causes of infant deaths in the U.S. Even so, more than half of American babies still sleep with unsafe bedding, according to a report published in the journal Pediatrics. “Parents have good intentions but may not understand that blankets, quilts, and pillows increase a baby’s risk of SIDS and accidental suffocation(窒息),” Carrie Shapiro-Mendoza, the study’s lead author, said in a statement. While overall rates of SIDS have decreased in recent years, from 66.3 deaths per 100,000 infants in 2000 to 52.7 in 2010, deaths from sleep suffocation have more than doubled over the same time period. The American Academy of Pediatrics(APP) first recommended that infants sleep on their backs in 1992. In 1996, the AAP declared that sleeping areas should be “free of soft surfaces and gas-trapping objects.” Three years later, the Consumer Product Safety Commission issued a safety warning that babies should be placed to sleep on their backs on a firm, tight-fitting mattress(床垫) in a crib(婴儿床) that meets current safety standards and that pillows, quilts, comforters, sheepskins, and other pillow-like soft products should be removed from the crib. According to the most current guidelines from the National Institutes of Health(NIH), the safest way for a baby to sleep is alone in a crib, on its back, on a firm mattress covered only by a fitted sheet. Often, though, the safest method isn’t the one that parents see. “Parents get a lot of mixed messages about how to put their infants to sleep, ” Shapiro-Mendoza told The New York Time. “A relative will give them a quilt or a furry blanket than they may feel obligated(有义务的) to use, or they look at magazine and see a baby sleeping with a pillow.” “Media messages targeted toward mothers of infants or would-be mothers may also be related to the high popularity of using certain types of bedding,” the researchers wrote, “Seeing images such as these may strengthen beliefs that having these items in the infant sleep area is not only a favorable practice, but also the norm. ” 62. According to the passage, what do parents usually do? A. Let babies sleep on their backs B. Put babies to bed with pillows. C. Let babies sleep alone in a crib. D. Follow the current guidelines of the NIH. 63. What do researchers suggest parents do? A. Parents should get used to the norm of infant sleep. B. Parents should adopt favorable infant sleep practices. C. Parents should share their experiences on infant sleep. D. Parents should be cautious about what the media say about infant sleep. 64. The passage is meant to __________. A. criticize careless parents. B. justify traditional parenting methods. C. discuss the safest way for infants to sleep. D. analyze the causes of infant deaths in the U.S.
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D I stared down at the $14.86 left in my hand after paying the weekly rent for the small house we’d found. We had only a small amount of food in our kitchen. I wondered how I could have gotten my eight-year-old daughter and me to the point where we were so close to homelessness. I made one or two wrong assumptions about being able to find new employment. It seemed that I was on a ladder sliding downward, with no end in sight. Staying here were single moms trying to escape from bad marriages, alcoholics and people who just seemed to have a hard time fitting in. I fell normal, so what was I doing here? More importantly, was there something these people could teach me about surviving until I could climb out of my difficult situation? I swallowed my pride and began to knock on doors. Whether they were single parents or travelers, I was told how to donate blood to earn a bit of money and how one family worked at a local temp(临时雇员) agency that paid daily. Doing everything they recommended allowed me to keep going. The whole time I continued to go to interview after interview in search of a regular job. I landed a job as a receptionist. I saw all the business partners as they came and went. Whenever I had an opportunity to make any kind of a positive impression, whether offering to return calls, making reservations, recommending a solution to a caller ’s problem or anything else, I did so. The effort paid off. My temp-to-perm job was lengthened for another two-week period. I was moved from the reception desk to the second assistant for one of the partners. This gave me the opportunity to see even more of what went on in the firm. I offered the executive assistant help in completing her work so that we could both go home at a more reasonable time. Even though I knew it was rare for this firm to move anyone from a temporary position to a permanent one, I decided I’d do my job as if it were already mine. I organized the file. I set up a follow-up calendar(日程表). I made sure whatever was needed for meeting was there beforehand. I figured that if I could keep working there for over four months, I might have a chance. I had been working there for eight weeks when the executive assistant became ill and was in hospital. Since she was expected back shortly, I offered to step in and do her tasks as well as my own task. Sadly, the executive assistant never did fully recover from her sickness. After working for six of the hardest months of my life, I was permanently offered her position. It provided benefits, stability and eventually the opportunity to move into a better and closer apartment. I worked for that firm for almost five years. I eventually took over the operation of a department and was promoted to the position of manager. Who could have imagined that? My time as a nearly homeless person had given me new compassion(同情) for people in trouble. Instead of simply evicting( 驱 逐 ) everyone who couldn’t pay, my apartment developed an awarding-winning program which allowed them to work off their rents by providing needed services, such as cleaning, gardening or painting, somewhere in our apartment buildings. I went on to have other corporate jobs, and I now live in my house. Whenever I see a person who needs help today, I wonder what his story is. And I try to offer him at least a warm cup of coffee or something to eat. Who knows, some day it might be me again. I’d like to think that someone would help me if they could.

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65. According to Paragraph 1, what happened to the author? A. She was out of work. B. She didn’t have any food to eat. C. She hurt herself falling off a ladder. D. She couldn’t afford to pay the rent. 66. The author knocked on other people’s doors in order to _____________. A. seek some advice B. borrow some money C. ask for some basic necessities of life D. complain about the difficulties she was going through 67. The author was promoted to second assistant _____________ A. because she offered the executive assistant great help B. because she was self-motivated in the company C. because of her skill in dealing with people D. because of her well designed calendar 68. The “six of the hardest months of my life ” probably refers to the time when ___________ A. the author’s daughter was suffering from an illness. B. the author was driven away from her apartment C. the author had an increased workload D. the author had alcohol problems. 69. If people cannot pay the rent in the author ’s apartment buildings, they _____________ A. will be forced to move out. B. will have to pay a heavy fine. C. can get an allowance D. can do some work instead 70. What can we learn from the author ’s experience? A. He who laughs last laughs best. B. Wasting time is robbing oneself. C. Gratitude is the sign of noble souls. D. The first elements of success is determination.

第二卷

非选择题
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第一部分 任务型阅读 With busy lives, it can be hard to find time to volunteer. However, the benefits of volunteering are great to you, your family, and your community. One of the better-known benefits of volunteering is the impact on the community. Volunteering allows you to connect with your community and make it a better place. Volunteering is a great way to meet new people and make new friends, especially if you’re new to an area. Volunteering also strengthens your ties to the community and broadens your support network, exposing you to people with common interests, neighborhood resources, and fun activities. While some people are naturally outgoing, others are shy and have a hard time meeting new people. Volunteering gives you the opportunity to practice and develop your social skills, since you are meeting regularly with a group of people with common interests. Volunteering provides many benefits for both your mental and physical health. You’re doing good to others and the community, which makes you experience the pleasure of success. Your role as a volunteer can also give you a sense of pride and identity. Reducing the risk of depression is another important benefit of volunteering. A key risk factor for depression is social isolation(孤独). Volunteering keeps you in regular contact with others and helps you develop a solid support system, which in turn protects you against stress and depression when you’re going through challenging times. Working with pets and other animals has also been shown to reduce stress and anxiety. Volunteering is good for your health at any age, but it ’s especially beneficial in older adult. Volunteering offers you the chance to try out a new career without making a long-term commitment. Volunteering work can expose you to professional organizations or internship (实习)that could be of benefit to your career. That volunteering work is unpaid doesn ’t mean the skills you learn are basic. Many volunteer opportunities provide extensive training. Volunteering can also help you build upon skills you already have and use them to benefit the community. Volunteering is a fun and easy way to explore your interests. Doing volunteer work you find meaningful and interesting can be a relaxing, energizing escape from your day-to-day routines of work, school, and family commitments. Volunteering also provides you with renewed creativity, motivation, and vision(远见)that can be carried over into your personal and professional life. Volunteering and its surprising benefits
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Volunteering helps you to expand your circle of (72) ________. Volunteering (71) _______ You with others

A regular stay with people with the same interests increases your (73) __________ skills.

Helping others brings you a sense of (75) __________, pride and identity.

Volunteering is good for (74) _______ and body.

Regular contact with others helps improve your (76) ________ during your times of troubles

Volunteering helps you stay physically healthy regardless of (77) __________.

Volunteering can advance your career.

Volunteering is a great way to participate in professional internships, which are (78)________ to your career. The extensive training you have received can teach you valuable job skills.

Volunteering brings fun and satisfaction to your life.

Doing meaningful and interesting volunteer work can make you feel (79) __________and energetic.

Renewed creativity, motivation, and vision provided by volunteering can (80) _______to exist in your personal and professional life.

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第二部分 书面表达 With the rise in popularity of smartphones and tablets (平板电脑), many Chinese are taking to e-reading. A recent report by E-surfing Reading Culture Communications points to the trend. According to the report, the company’s users in second-and third-tier cities read more digital books than those in Beijing or Shanghai. Taizhou, a coastal city in eastern China’s Zhejiang province, with around 6 million people, topped the chart with an annual average readership of 10.5 e-books in 2014. The national average was 2.48 titles in 2013. The report shows interesting reading habits across different provinces, regions and cities. The advancement of information technology is shaping new reading habits. E-books are becoming more popular with readers of all ages around the world. Compared with traditional paper books, e-books are cheaper, more accessible, easy to carry and environment-friendly. The question is — will e-books some day replace paper books? Or will they always remain just another choice? 【写作内容】 1. 用约 30 个单词写出上文概要 2. 用约 120 个单词发表你的观点,内容包括: (1)说明电子书的优点 (2)电子书会取代纸质书吗?请说明理由。 【写作要求】 1. 可以发表个人观点,但必须提供理由或论据 2. 阐述观点或提供论据时,不能直接引用原文语句 3. 作文中不能出现真实姓名和学校名称 4. 不必写标题 【评分标准】 内容完整,语言规范,语篇连贯,词数适当。

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江苏省泰州中学 2015-2016 学年度第一学期 高三英语第一次月度检测参考答案 听力 CCBBA CBCCA ACBBA CCABC 单选 ACBDA CDABC DBDBA 完形 CADBD ABBCB DABAB DCCAB 阅读 AD ADBB BDC AABCDD

任务型 71 connects 72 friends 73 social 74 mind 75 Success/achievement/accomplishment 76 mood 77 age 78 beneficial/helpful 79 relaxed 80 Continue 作文
A recent report shows the great popularity of e-reading in China nowadays, with readers in small and medium-sized cities reading more e-books than those in big cities. Needless to say, e-books have many advantages. First of all, producing e-books needs no paper, which means numerous forests will be saved. Secondly, e-books are very convenient to carry. With a mobile device, we can take and read e-books wherever we go. Last but not least, e-books are much cheaper than paper books. Despite the great popularity of e-books, there will always be a place and need for paper books. Compared with e-books, paper books have their own unique advantages, too. Not only is reading paper books better for eyes, but it also offers us a more real and pleasant experience. So I don’t think e-books will take the place of paper books completely. Instead, both of them will co-exist in the future.

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