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河南省商丘市2015年高三5月第三次模拟考试——英语


商丘市 2015 年高三第三次模拟考试





注意事项: 1.本试卷分第Ⅰ卷(选择题)和第Ⅱ卷(非选择题)两部分,试题卷共 10 页,答题卡共 2 页。 2.全部答案在答题卡上完成,答在本试卷上无效。 3.考试结束只收答题卡。

第Ⅰ卷
第一部分 听力(共两节,满分 30 分) 第二

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,并 在答题卡上将该项涂黑。 A Born in 1983 in Linyi, Shandong Province, Chen Zhou had an unhappy childhood. When he was only six years old, his parents got divorced. He had to leave his hometown and began wandering at the age of eight. What’s worse, he lost his legs in a train accident. Faced with various difficulties, he never gave up. To make a living, he used to sell newspapers, polish shoes for others, and repair electrical equipment. Anyway, he decided to be a singer in the end. Now Chen Zhou has been a little famous for his songs. ―God took my legs away, but I will make them up.‖ he said. He has strived to achieve more than most able-bodied people would even dream of. He has married and has a beautiful wife and a pair of children. ―I can make my life meaningful, though I have no legs.‖ he said. Chen Zhou is more than a traveling musician. He is a mountain climber, an inspirational speaker and an advocate for the disabled. It is hard enough to climb up a mountain when you have got two legs, but for legless Chen Zhou reaching the summit is an extraordinary achievement, considering he can do so only by using his arms. In fact, he has climbed all of China’s five great mountains including Mount Tai 11 times. To walk up those steps with his arms, he used a pair of home-made wooden boxes that each weighs seven pounds. So far, he has been to more than 700 cities in China and has held over 3000 street concerts. What inspires people most is that he often donates money to those who are in trouble. Chen Zhou, whose story has moved millions of people, has set a good example to us and deserves our respect. ―Everyone may get knocked down in life. However, the winners get up no matter how many times they get knocked down. I’ll keep fighting as long as I breathe.‖ said Chen Zhou. 21. Paragraph I mainly tells us that ________. A. Chen Zhou struggled for his ideal B. Chen Zhou wandered at his young age C. Chen Zhou had an unhappy family D. Chen Zhou had an miserable childhood 22. What is the author’s attitude to Chen Zhou? A. Pitiful. B. Understandable. C. Admirable. D. Supportive. 23. What can we learn from Chen Zhou? A. All is not gold that glitters. B. Better to do well than to say well. C. Where there is a will, there is a way. D. Actions speak louder than words. 24. Which is the best rifle for the passage? A. A Legless Climber. B. A Strong-minded Soul. C. From Beggar to Hero. D. Who Moved Us? B Welcome to the State Park!
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Where fun, fitness, and education come together! Don’t miss our new summer classes, which are available during May 23—Aug 5 ! ● Swimming lessons: Age4 - adult. Cost: $5 per class or $15 for one month. ● Hiking: Have a park keeper hike with you through our paths and teach you about the park’s wildlife and plants. The park is a perfect spot for hiking. ● Soccer: Our youth soccer program is unusual and non-competitive. Different teams are formed every day. The focus is on each player learning to work as a team, not on one team winning it at all. ● Boating: These classes are only for 20-year-olds and above. Fishing is only allowed with a permit. ● Bicycling: We have special paths built for bicyclists. Signs are posted for self-guided tours of our park. Group cycling is also available with a park guide. Paths range from easy to challenging. A message from the director: Hiking paths! Sports fields! Playgrounds! Campgrounds! Fun activities! The Stake Park offers something for everyone. We have a number of plants and animals, which are in danger of dying out, being protected in our park. Sign up for one of our new summer community classes, or take a camping trip with your friends or family. Our facilities are set up with modern systems, so you don’t have to suffer to enjoy nature—unless you want to! Glen Harwood, Park Director Experience being a park keeper: Are you 13-17 years old? Ever wonder what it would be like to be a park keeper? It’s a competitive field, but you can get ahead by volunteering with our Teen Keeper Program. Depending on your age and responsibilities, you can even earn college credits for certain universities! 25. If you plan to swim regularly in the park in June and July, you should pay _______. A. $5 B. $15 C. $25 D. $30 26. The activities mentioned in the passage are available to teenagers EXCEPT _______. A. boating B. swimming C. hiking D. bicycling 27. Which can we infer according to the passage? A. We can see Chinese pandas in the park. B. Special paths will soon be built for bicyclists. C. There are many volunteer programs in the park. D. You needn’t experience a hard time when hiking there. 28. Where can we most probably read this passage? A. CNN: Current News. B. Foxsports: Special Events. C. MSN: Recreation & Entertainment. D. USA today: Focus Reports. C Whether it shines, rains or snows, you hope that your local mail carrier can get your parcels to you in a hurry. But that could soon be changing, as big online shopping and technology companies, including Amazon and Google, are looking up to the sky for the new mail carrier—the drone. Drones are like planes, but come in many shapes and sizes. They have no pilot and are controlled from outside the drone. They have been used in the military to attack targets or to move goods in dangerous areas recently. But now, small drones are a part of regular people’s lives. For example, drones can now be used by extreme sports fans to take selfies. But a drone delivery service could be much more successful, according to experts. Online store Amazon wants to deliver packages weighing up to 2.3 kg to customers in just 30 minutes by using drones. It is going to build several drone stations, where packages can be loaded and flown out. This plan could completely change our shopping experience. Soon, we could be ordering a new coat in the morning and having it delivered before we finish breakfast. Many startup companies (初创公司) around the world are also jumping at the opportunity to bring drone deliveries to our doors. A UK startup has created a delivery service for small goods. Open a smart phone app, enter your address, set a time, and pay 10 pounds. Then in minutes, a drone will fly and do tasks for you. The service, like others, is still young and has problems, but it shows that drone deliveries
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might be more common in the future. Other companies have big plans for drones too. Google have been testing drones with their ―Project Wing‖, which is designed to get around traffic on the ground. Drones can also carry food and water to areas damaged by earthquakes, floods, and other natural disasters. However, Google and Amazon still need government permission to fly their drones in many countries. But it may not be too long before we're waving hello to our new mail carrier in the sky. 29. The function of the first paragraph is to _______. A. arouse the readers’ interest B. contrast with the rest of the passage C. show how to use drones D. explain the importance of drones 30. From paragraph 4, we know that _______. A. we can get our packages by drone deliveries in minutes now B. many startup companies in the world are willing to use drone deliveries C. we can spend less money on drone deliveries D. we don’t need any mail carriers in the future 31. The phrase ―get around‖ in paragraph 5 most probably means ―_______‖. A. put up with B. keep away from C. make use of D. run out of 32. According to the passage, the future of drone delivery services is ________. A. hopeless B. uncertain C. difficult D. promising D In the Social Media Age, teenagers are sharing more information about themselves on social media sites than ever before. According to a Common Sense Media research, more than eight in ten teenagers have visited a social networking site, and three out of four teenagers now have an account on a social networking site. Although social media sites can improve teenagers’ communication abilities, experts say that social networking could be harmful to healthy teenage self-esteem(自尊). Health educator and motivational speaker Scott Fried began working with teenagers 22 years ago. He recently developed a new lecture, Broken-Heartedness and Intimacy in the Age of Social Media, to discuss with teenagers the differences between their personalities online and their true selves. ―The definition of growing up is bringing together many different parts of your personality.‖ Fried said. ―As you grow, they turn into one whole personality. Now, you have a personality at school, at home, and online. The goal of being a teenager is to bring together all those different parts that are shown online in a complete way.‖ Fried uses the phrase ―compare and despair‖ to describe the bad effect of social media on teenager self-esteem. ―If you compare yourself to someone else, you’re usually going to end up despairing,‖ Fried said. ―One of the problems with social media is that we throw our best selves out there, or what we like to think of as our best self.‖ Psychologist Nadine De Giordany says that teenagers who already have low self-esteem can easily get depressed and give o