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高三年级阶段性检测英语试题(2015-1-3)
命题人:仇秀萍 王静 第一部分:听力(共两节,满分 10 分) 涂到答题卡上。 第一节(共 5 小题;每小题 0.5 分,满分 2.5 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 does the man mean? A. He doesn't think it useful. A. To learn skills. cultures. 3. How did Diana Nyad feel after receiving Order of Sporting Merit award? A. Amazed. 4. What are they talking about? A. The losses of an earthquake. 5. What was Richard Attenborough? A. An actor and writer. B. A director and reporter. C. An actor and director. 第二节(共 15 小题;每小题 0.5 分,满分 7.5 分) 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 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 和 7 题。 6. What's the relationship between the speakers? A. Friends. 7. How will they keep in touch? A. By phone. 听第 7 段材料,回答第 8 和 9 题。 8. Where are the two speakers? A. In a room. B. In an office. C. In the street. C. The heat. 9. What is mainly troubling the woman? A. That her husband hasn't returned. B. The air-conditioner. 听第 8 段材料,回答第 10 至 12 题。 10. Where does the man want to go? A. To a lecture. B. To a concert. C. To a movie. 11. What is the problem with taking the shuttle bus? A. The bus doesn't go directly to the Music Building. B. The bus goes slowly to the Music Building. C. The bus will not come for a while. 12. What does the man finally decide to do?
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审核人:朱俊 赵锦芳

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B. He thinks well of it. B. To gain financial assistance.

C. He hopes to learn. C. To learn Chinese

2. Why are tens of thousands of Africans studying in China?

B. Lucky. B. An earthquake.

C. Delighted. C. The injured.

B. Husband and wife. B. By letter.

C. Teacher and student. C. By e-mail.

A. Walk.

B. Wait for the bus.

C. Think of another plan.

听第 9 段材料,回答第 13 至 16 题。 13. When was the first Munich Oktoberfest held in Beijing? A. In 2012. 14. What is Jike Junyi? A. A songwriter. A. Curious. 16. What are they talking about? A. 2014 Munich Oktoberfest in Beijing. B. The band forming Black Panther. C. So many Chinese singers at Munich Oktoberfest in Beijing. 听第 10 段材料,回答第 17 至 20 题。 17. Why did I take a plane? A. To go home. 18. How did I feel in a window seat? A. Relaxed. 19. What can we learn from the story? A. I kept in touch with the girl. B. The girl had great influence on me. C. I kept wondering how to meet the girl again. 20. What do I mainly talk about in the passage? A. The connection between strangers. B. Helping others is certain to benefit us. C. Strangers are not always frightening. 第二部分 英语知识运用(共两节, 满分 40 分) 第一节 单项填空 (共 20 小题;每小题 1 分,满分 20 分) 21.Though some bodies and the wreck of the missing plane QZ8501 have been confirmed, the Indonesian authorities are _____ to make public the detailed information of the passengers aboard. A. relative B. remarkable C. relevant D. reluctant 22.The question of _________ English will keep on changing in the future, though most people doubt, is actually easy________. A. if; to be answered B. whether; to answer C. how; answered D. what; to answer B. Lonely. C. Helpless. B. To make a travel. C. To go to school. B. A pianist. B. Shocked. C. A star. C. Satisfied. 15. How did the man feel when hearing of the album Who We Are? B. In 2013. C. In 2014.

23. However, the Norman Conquest didn?t affect the English language___________ the Angles and the Saxons victory about 600 years earlier, which led to Old English ________ Celtic. A. so much as; was replaced C. as much as; replacing B. so good as; being replaced D. as well as; replaced by

24. ______ that after the ash covered the people who failed to flee the city, their bodies nearly completely______ and disappeared, _________ empty spaces in the ash. A. It turned out; broke down; leaving C. It turned out; broke off; leaving B. As turned out; broke up; which left D. What was turned out was; broke down; left
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25. _______the virtual world of RealCine, the headsets even have small openings _______ smells to match the environment. A. Adding to; give out C. To be added to; giving off B. Added to; give off D. To add to; giving out

26. The small boat was almost sunk by the dinosaurs which suddenly ________ to the surface, fighting each other, but fortunately the three men ________ get away. A. rose; could C. arose; could have been able to B. rose; were able to D. raised; could have

27. --- Why do you think ________ the Eagles went home, angry and bitter? ---_________ they didn?t win the tournament and because what mattered to them was victory. A. was it that; That Because 28. At the ancient Olympics, all men, ________ had to compete wearing no clothes; while single women took part in their own separate competition, a festival _________Hera, the wife of Zeus. A. in tradition; in favor of C. by tradition; in honor of B. by principle; in celebration of D. in order; in memory of B. that; For C. it was that; Because D. that;

29. Public service ads, also PSAs, often _________ for free, _________ to educate people about health, safety or any other problem that affects public welfare. A. run; meant meant 30.--- Most people say that all ads don?t play tricks on them. ---_______. Some are beneficial and encouraging. A. You can say it again. A. function B. You have me there. B. impression C. You don?t say. C. comprehension D. You got it. D. association 31. He is a newcomer in the team, but I have the __________ that I?ve seen that man before. 32.--- How old can you guess your new English teacher is? --- It?s hard to say. But I guess him to be _________ between 35 and 40. A. anything B. anywhere C. anybody D. anyway 33. The USA shows great concern _______ human rights of all other countries, which is a laughing stock, _______ the many cases of blacks being maltreated in their own country. A. about ; of including 34.The “new” Japanese prime Minister Shinzo Abe wants the USA to promise _________ Japan declares war against China, the USA will give military aid, __________ promises to be impossible. A. if; which B. whether; it C. if; that D. when; it 35.Hackers threatened _______ Sony release the film ‘The Interview’ (also entitled ‘Killing Kim jong un’)on the coming 2014 Christmas, they ______ launch terror attacks resembling 11th Sept in 2001, A should; will be that it was no doubt a result of Alexander the Great?s influence.
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B. are run; are meant

C. are run; mean

D.

run;

are

B. to; relating to

C. for; concerning

D.

with;

B. were to; could

C. were; should have

D. should; would

36. When ________how a statue from distant Greece,

in China, researchers explained

A. they were asked; should appear; C. asked; must have appeared;

B. being asked; can have appeared; D asked; could have appeared;

37. ---I heard your husband had left for Vienna by air. Why didn?t you go there with him? ---I_________. But I________ a fashion design competition two days away. A. was scheduled to; will have attended C. was scheduled to have; am attending B. had been scheduled to; will be attending D.had scheduled to; am attending

38. ________ much media attention is paid to the topic of raising children or caring for elderly parents in their final years, it seems ________ not much is explained on being a parent. A. While; that blind called Braille. A. Louis Braille tried; he announced C. Louis Braille had tried; did he announce B. did Louis Braille try; he announced D. had Louis Braille tried; had he announced B. As; like C. Because; that D. Since; / 39. Not until ________a third time ________that he had given birth to the reading system for the

40. ---Oh, my God! Daring, what?s wrong with your face? ---Forget it! I am allergic to the cream recommended by my colleague, Ms. Fan, a very well preserved woman. ---Oh, no! I have to say ? A. A burden of one?s choice is not felt. B. One man?s meat is another man?s poison. C. Beauty, unaccompanied by virtue, is as a flower without perfume. D. Don?t cross the bridge till you get to it. 第二节 完形填空(共 20 小题;每小题 1 分, 满分 20 分) 阅读下面短文, 掌握其大意, 从短文后所给的四个选项(A、B、C 和 D)中, 选出可以填 入空白处的最佳选项, 并在答题卡上将该项涂黑。 Many theories regarding the causes of juvenile delinquency (crimes committed by young people) focus either on the individual or on society as the major contributing influence. Theories41on the individual suggest that children 42 criminal behavior before they were not sufficiently 43 for previous misbehaviors or that they have learned criminal behavior through interaction with others. Theories focusing on the role of society suggest that children commit crimes in 44 to their failure to rise above their socioeconomic status or as a rejection of middle-class values.
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Most theories of juvenile delinquency have focused on children from 45 families, 46 the fact that children from wealthy homes also commit crimes. The latter may commit crimes for lack of adequate control from parents. All 47, however, are uncertain or unimproved and are of course challenged with criticism. Changes in the social structure may indirectly 48 juvenile crime rates. For example, changes in the economy that 49 to fewer job opportunities for youth and rising unemployment 50 make gainful employment increasingly difficult to obtain. This results in 51 among youths and may in 52 lead more youths into criminal behavior. Families have also experienced 53 these years. More families consist of one parent households or two working parents; 54 ,children are likely to have less supervision at home than was common in the traditional family 55 . This lack of parental supervision is thought to be an influence on juvenile crime rates. Other noticeable 56 of offensive acts include 57 experience or failure in school, the 58
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availability of drugs and alcohol, and the growing phenomenon of child abuse and child neglect. All these conditions tend to increase the 59 of a child committing a criminal act, 60 a direct cause and effect relationship has not yet been established. 41. A. centering 42. A. refer to 43. A. punished 44. A. return 45. A. respected 46. A. considering 47. A. values 48. A. affect 49. A. point 50. A. in general 51. A. discomfort 52. A. case 53. A. failure 54. A. contrarily 55. A. education 56. A. suggestions 57. A. smooth 58. A. increasing 59. A. knowledge 60. A. since B. depending B. know about B. forgiven B. contact B. cultivated B. ignoring B. misbehaviors B. reduce B. lead B. on average B. dissatisfaction B. short B. miseries B. consequently B. concept B. causes B. favorable B. restricted B. aspect B. although C. figuring C. engage in C. forgotten C. reference C. disadvantaged C. highlighting C. criminals C. prevent C. come C. by contrast C. dishonesty C. turn C. development C. similarly C. structure C. ideas C. unfavorable C. reasonable C. strength C. as D. concerning D. learn of D. excused D. response D. immigrated D. believing D. theories D. reflect D. add D. at last D. discrimination D. return D. changes D. occasionally D. economy D. reports D. practical D. popular D. probability D. because

第三部分 阅读理解(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 Chimpanzees, long considered reluctant to share, apparently can display selfless tendencies, revealing one more key way our closest living relatives are like humans, scientists find. These findings could shed light on the evolution of altruism in humans. Previously, a belief was widely held that human altruism evolved only after humans split from their ape cousins about 6 million years ago. In recent years, however, research has revealed just how much chimpanzees have in common with us. They can hunt with spears, play with dolls and mourn their partners? death. "Most of the earlier studies had presented the apes with a complex implement that helped them deliver food to themselves or others, often so complicated that the experiments tested tool skills rather than social tendencies," De Waal told Live Science. "Ours is the first study that uses no such implement at all." In addition to using complex food-delivery systems, past experiments often placed the chimpanzees so far apart that they might not have realized how their actions benefited others. In these new, simplified experiments, two apes were housed next to each other with a screen through which they could see each other. Then, one chimpanzee had to choose between two differently colored tokens (币) from a bin, one of which represented a pro-social (亲社会的) option, the other a
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selfish option. The pro-social option would cause both chimpanzees to receive a piece of banana wrapped in paper. The selfish option only rewarded the ape who made the choice. In a study with seven adult female chimps placed into various pairs, the scientists found all the apes showed a definite preference for the pro-social option. "For me, the most important finding is that like us, chimpanzees take into account the needs and wishes of others," researcher Victoria Horner, said. The chimpanzees behaved especially altruistically toward partners who either patiently waited or gently reminded them that they were there by drawing attention to themselves. They were less likely to reward partners who pressured through making a fuss, begging persistently or spitting water at them. This is opposite to a long-standing view that the chimpanzees only share food under pressure. 61. The word " altruism " (paragraph 1) is closest in meaning to ______. A. selfishness B. selflessness C. willingness D. reluctance 62. Recent researches are performed with less complicated implements mainly to ______. A. show that chimps are only good at using implements B. see whether chimps are willing to share food with others C. find out if chimps are likely to reward partners D. test chimps? social tendencies instead of tool skills 63. Which of the following might be the best title of the passage? A. Evolution History of Altruism in Humans C. Chimps Do Show Selfless Behavior B Energy independence has a nice ring to it. Doesn?t it? If you think so, you?re not alone, because energy independence has been the dream of American president for decades, and never more so than in the past few years, when the most recent oil price shock has been partly responsible for kicking off the great recession. “Energy independence” and its rhetorical (修辞的) companion “energy security” are, however, slippery concepts that are rarely though through. What is it we want independence from, exactly? Most people would probably say that they want to be independent from imported oil. But there are reasons that we buy all that old from elsewhere. The first reason is that we need it to keep our economy running. Yes, there is a trickle(涓涓细 流)of biofuel(生物燃料)available, and more may become available, but most biofuels cause economic waste and environmental destruction. Second, Americans have basically decided that they don?t really want to produce all their own oil. They value the environmental quality they preserve over their oil imports from abroad. Vast areas of the United States are off-limits to oil exploration and production in the name of environmental protection. To what extent are Americans really willing to endure the environmental impacts of domestic energy production in order to cut back imports? Third, there are benefits to trade. It allows for economic efficiency, and when we buy things from places that have lower production costs than we do, we benefit. And although you don?t read about this much, the United States is also a large exporter of oil products, selling about 2 million barrels of petroleum products per day to about 90 countries. There is no question that the United States imports a great deal of energy and, in fact, relies on
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B. Similarities between Chimps and Mankind D. Chimps Only Share Food under Pressure

that steady flow to maintain its economy. When that flow is interrupted, we feel the pain in short supplies and higher prices. At the same time, we obtain massive economic benefits when we buy the most affordable energy on the world market and when we engage in energy trade around the world. 64. What does the author say about energy independence for America? A. It sounds very attractive. C. It will bring oil prices down 65. Why does America rely heavily on oil imports? A. It wants to expand its storage of crude oil(原油). B. Its own oil reserves are quickly running out. C. It wants to keep its own environment undamaged. D. Its own oil production falls short of demand. 66. What does the author say about oil trade? A. It proves profitable to both sides. C. It makes for economic prosperity. C The question of whether our government should promote science and technology or the liberal arts(文科) in higher education isn?t an either/or proposition(命题),although the current emphasis on preparing young Americans for STEM(science, technology, engineering, maths)-related fields can make it seem that way. The latest congressional report acknowledges the critical importance of technical training, but also states firmly that the study of the humanities and social sciences must remain central components of America?s educational system at all levels. Both are critical to producing citizens who can participate effectively in our democratic society, become creative leaders, and benefit from the spiritual enrichment that the reflection on the great ideas of mankind over time provides. Parents and students who have invested heavily in higher education worry about graduates? job prospects as technological advances and changes in domestic and global markets transform professions in ways that reduce wages and cut jobs. Under these circumstances, it?s natural to look for what may appear to be the most “practical” way out of the problem “Major in a subject designed to get you a job” seems the obvious answer to some, though this ignores the fact that many disciplines in the humanities characterized as “soft” often, in fact, lead to employment and success in the long run. Indeed, according to surveys, employers have expressed a preference for students who have received a broadly-based education that has taught them to write well, think critically, research creatively, and communicate easily. Moreover, students should be prepared not just for their first job, but for their 4th and 5th jobs, as there?s little reason to doubt that people entering the workforce today will be called upon to play many different roles over the course of their careers. The ones who will do the best in this new environment will be those whose educations have prepared them to be flexible. The ability to draw upon every available tool and insight—picked up from science, arts, and technology—to solve the problems of the future, and take advantage of the opportunities that present themselves, will be helpful to them and the United States. 67. What does the latest congressional report suggest? A. STEM-related subjects help students find jobs in the information society.
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B. It ensures national security. D. It has long been everyone?s dream.

B. It improves economic efficiency. D. It saves the cost of oil exploration.

B. Higher education should be adjusted to the practical needs of society. C. The liberal arts in higher education help enrich students? spiritual life. D. The humanities and STEM subjects should be given equal importance. 68. What kind of job applicants do employers look for? A. Those who have a strong sense of responsibility. B. Those who are good at solving practical problems. C. Those who are likely to become innovative leaders. D. Those who have received an all-round education. 69. What advice does the author give to college students? A. Seize opportunities to explore their potential. B. Try to take a variety of practical courses. C. Adopt a flexible approach to solving problems. D. catch as many chances as possible to change their jobs. D At the beginning of the World Series of 1947, I experienced a completely new emotion, when the National Anthem was played. This time, I thought, it is being played for me, as much as for anyone else. This is organized major league baseball, and I am standing here with all the others; and everything that takes place includes me. About a year later, I went to Atlanta, Georgia, to play in an exhibition game. On the field, for the first time in Atlanta, there were Negroes and whites. Other Negroes besides me. And I thought: What I have always believed has come to be. And what is it that I have always believed? First, that imperfections are human. But that wherever human beings were given room to breathe and time to think, those imperfections would disappear, no matter how slowly. I do not believe that we have found or even approached perfection. That is not necessarily in the scheme of human events. Handicaps, stumbling blocks, prejudices — all of these are imperfect. Yet, they have to be dealt with because they are in the scheme of human events. Whatever obstacles I found made me fight all the harder. But it would have been impossible for me to fight at all, except that I was sustained by the personal and deep-rooted belief that my fight had a chance. It had a chance because it took place in a free society. Not once was I forced to face and fight an immovable object. Not once was the situation so cast-iron rigid that I had no chance at all. Free minds and human hearts were at work all around me; and so there was the probability of improvement. I look at my children now, and know that I must still prepare them to meet obstacles and prejudices. But I can tell them, too, that they will never face some of these prejudices because other people have gone before them. And to myself I can say that, because progress is unalterable, many of today's dogmas (教条)will have vanished by the time they grow into adults. I can say to my children: There is a chance for you. No guarantee, but a chance. And this chance has come to be, because there is nothing static with free people. There is no Middle Ages logic so strong that it can stop the human tide from flowing forward. I do not believe that every person, in every walk of life, can succeed in spite of any handicap. That would be perfection. But I do believe — and with every fiber in me — that what I was able to attain came to be because we put behind us (no matter how slowly) the dogmas of the past: to discover the truth of today; and perhaps find the greatness of tomorrow.
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I believe in the human race. I believe in the warm heart. I believe in man's honesty. I believe in the goodness of a free society. And I believe that the society can remain good only as long as we are willing to fight for it — and to fight against whatever imperfections may exist. My fight was against the barriers that kept Negroes out of baseball. This was the area where I found imperfection, and where I was best able to fight. And I fought because I knew it was not doomed to be a losing fight. It couldn't be a losing fight-not when it took place in a free society. And in the largest sense, I believe that what I did was done for me — that it was my faith in God that sustained me in my fight. And that what was done for me must and will be done for others. 70. Why did the author say he had experienced a completely new emotion? A. Because he won game. B. Because he was an American. C. Because he could compete in the game and won the game. D. Because the National Game was played for him. 71. From the passage, we know that the author is ___________. A. an African. B. a Chinese C. a white man D. a black man 72. The author firmly believed that____________. A. humans are imperfect if they all unite together to overcome the difficulties. B. humans needn?t approach perfect even if they can. C. humans should face the obstacles and fight for it bravely. D. humans are becoming kind and honest if they have freedom. 73. We can infer from the passage that_________. A. the fight between Negroes and Whites never ends B. the civil war broke out because the Negroes fought for their freedom C. In the past Negroes were kept out of baseball. D. the fight ended up with a game. 74. The underlined word ?vanished? most probably means __________ A. disappear B. increase C. appear D. happen 75. The best title of this passage may be_________. A. Nothing matters except fighting C. freedom is everything B. Success lies in hard work D. Free Minds and Hearts makes a difference

第四部分 任务型阅读(共 10 小题;每小题 l 分,满分 l0 分) 请认真阅读下列短文,并根据所读内容在文章后表格中的空格里填入一个最恰当的单词。 注意:每个空格只填一个单词。 Research shows that the summer before college can be a dangerous time for teenagers, as they are between home and high school on the one side, and a more challenging and independent existence as a college student on the other. Take drinking for example. Research has reported that teenagers tend to increase their alcohol use during the summer before college and in their first term. Such drinking can lead to tragedy: it?s estimated that more than 1,100 college students at 18 to 24 years of age die each year from alcohol-related injuries, including car crashes, and almost 600, 000 are injured under the influence of alcohol. In addition to drinking, future freshmen may also have gaps in their knowledge about other aspects of university life. A study has found that students are “generally aware” of the fact that they
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have to place them into college courses and their school?s curricular requirements. In addition, many students hold misunderstandings such as “Getting into college is the hardest part”, and “I can take whatever classes I want when I get to college”. In fact, students? courses may be determined by their level of preparation. It is found that college-bound high-school graduates are faced with a number of potentially frightening tasks during the summer. For example, colleges typically require students to take placement tests(分班考试)and fill out a lot of paperwork, including housing and medical forms, over the summer. Completing these tasks may be especially frightening for low-income and first-generation college-bound students whose families may be short of experience with the college-going process. In addition, it?s only in the summer after high-school graduation when students face the reality of paying the first college bill, which often includes unexpected costs like required health insurance. For college-intending students, successfully controlling the post-high-school summer thus requires a level of finance that may be unrelated to their ability to succeed in the classroom. As a result, students who have already broken through many barriers to college admission may fail to enter college. Paring college-bound students with “fellow advisers”---students already in college who have been trained to support and coach their learners through the summer---improves the rate at which the learners show up at college. Even more wonderful, a low-cost campaign of text messages---in which researchers sent recent high-school graduates and their parents a series of eight to ten text-message reminders of key tasks to complete over the summer---is just as effective in increasing the rate of students who successfully make the change to college. A little “summer pushing” could be a key step in getting students all the way across the finish line. The Key to College Success: Summer Facts The summer before college throws (76) graduates. College life is challenging and needs students? (77) Reasons for college failure . . dangers to high-school

Many misfortunes happening to future freshmen are related to (78) Future freshmen have false (79) about college life.

Tasks related to going to college may create some (80) group of high-school graduates. Finance may become a threat (81) academic performance. Get ready, as the level of preparations really does (83) (82) Future freshmen may be recommended to (84) Text messages can be used as (85) .

for a certain

to those who can give good

to “fellow advisers”.

of completing key tasks.

第五部分 单词拼写(共 10 题;每小题 1 分,满分 10 分) 请认真阅读下列句子,根据所读内容在空格里填入一个最恰当的单词。
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86.The Queen often _______( 咨询,请教)her advisors before making a speech to the Parliament. 87.The plane crashed, its bombs _________ (爆炸) as it hit the ground. 88.Would you mind my ________ (打断) for a while? I have some questions to discuss with you. 89.The days spent with you are very______(宝贵的,珍贵的) to me, so I?ll always treasure them. 90.She backed away from the window in fear when bullets ___________(呼啸) past her ears. 91.The idea of a holiday abroad is surely a___________, but I don?t have sufficient money. 92.B_________ her self-confident surface, she?s quite unsure of herself. 93.Most of us hate the i_________ of not being able to use credit cards to buy things in this shop. 94.After years of efforts, his business started to make a p_______. 95.The s ________theory was easier to understand, which saved the instructor much explanation. 第六部分 书面表达(共 1 题;满分 20 分) 阅读下面的短文,然后按照要求写一篇 150 左右的英语短文。 Chocolate has come a long way through history, and one of the reasons is the Ferrero family, the creators of the world-famous Ferrero Rocher chocolate treats. The history of this family business starts back in the 1940s, when Pietro Ferrero and his wife, Piera, transformed a pastry shop into a factory. There, Pietro and his son, Michele, let their creativity lead them to form the building blocks of the company. Eventually, Michele took over the operation and set his sights on making the best products possible. Michele?s efforts paid off. He turned his father?s creations into globally sold and consumed products. One of their most successful products, Nutella, had become a staple food in many homes. The third generation now runs the company. Michele?s sons, Pietro and Giovanni worked side by side as managing directors for ten years until an accident resulting in Pietro? death. Still inspired by his family and their hard work and determination, Giovanni is guiding Ferrero into the future. While staying true to the Ferrero motto of “work, create, and donate”, he is making sure his family?s business is an example of success in the past, present, and future. [写作内容] 1. 以约 30 个词概括上文的主要内容。 2. 以约 120 个词谈谈 Ferrero 及其家人成功制作巧克力对你的启迪,内容包括: (1)描述人们创业的艰辛。 (2)分析人们创业成功的原因。 (3)Ferrero 及其家人成功制作巧克力对你的启迪。 [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,语篇连贯。

答案 听力:1-5 BACBC 6-10 ACACA 11-15 CABCA 16-20 AABBA 单项选择:21-25DBCAD 26-30 BCCDA 31-35 BBCA D 36-40 DCACB
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完形填空 41-45 ACADC 46-50BDABA 51-55 BCDBC 56-60 BCADB 阅读理解:61-63BDC 64-66AAC 67-69 DDC 70-75CDCCAD 任务型阅读: 76. potential 77. independence 78. alcohol/drinking 79. expectations/understandings 80. difficulties/trouble 81. even 82. Solutions 83. count 84. turn 85. reminders. 单词拼写: 86 consults/consulted 87. exploding 88. interrupting 89. precious 90. whistled 91. appealing 92. Beneath 93. inconvenience 94. profit 95. simplified 书面表达: One possible version: With three generations? efforts of the Ferrero family, Ferrero, a chocolate company, has developed into a world-famous business from the then pastry shop through their creativity, hard work and determination. It?s no easy job to start a business. You may not only suffer from hardships but also run across unexpected risks. You need to deal with all kinds of people and learn many new things through your work, especially when you are green hands in a new field. What account for one?s success in his work include determination and hard work. It also requires of him qualities like honesty, patience and bravery. As for us students, we all have a dream of our future. After setting a goal of our life, we must devote ourselves to achieving it. No matter what difficulty we meet, just try our best to overcome it. Only in this way can we live our dreams. (150 words) 听力材料 第一部分 听力 第一节 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。 Text 1 W: Some sugar farmers in Australia have been using a computer program to learn how to deal with climate change. M: Sounds good. Hope they will make use of such a good chance. Text 2 W: Tens of thousands of Africans are studying in China. M: Oh, yes? W: The country provides students with financial assistance for education to develop skills that Africa needs most. M: Wish them to use their knowledge to serve their countries in the future. Text 3 W: Diana Nyad became the first person to swim from Havana to Key West without a shark tank. M: How lucky she was! W: So she was honored in Cuba with the country's Order of Sporting Merit award. M: Diana Nyad called this the most famous award she'd received.
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Text 4 W: Have you heard that a strong earthquake struck the north of San Francisco? M: Sorry, I havn't. How about the losses? W: It has caused significant damage.About 90 people were injured in the overnight quake. M: Hoping no people were killed. Text 5 W: The news says that a British actor and film director Richard Attenborough passed away. M: What? I know he began his career in the theater but soon moved to the films. 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 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、7 题。 Text 6 W: I heard you're moving to New York. Oh, that's great! But I'm going to miss you. M: Yes. I've got an offer in upstate New York. I'll miss you too. Let's keep in touch. W: Yeah. Don't forget to drop me a line when you settle down. You have my address? M: Trust me. I won't. I have your e-mail address. I'll keep you posted. W: All right! I look forward to hearing from you soon. Good luck! 听第 7 段材料, 回答第 8、9 题。 Text 7 M: Don't you have air-conditioning in your apartment? It's too hot here! W: Well, there's air-conditioning. Did you see that window air-conditioner there? The problem is that the window unit is not powerful enough. M: I guess not. W: Well, I'm going to move out anyway. The new apartment has central air-conditioning. M: You should have moved out long, long ago. W: Well, I have to wait until my husband comes back. So.... M: So how can you stand the heat? W: Well, I open the windows and...and I've got an electric fan here. It helps a little. 听第 8 段材料, 回答第 10 至 12 题。 Text 8 M: Can you tell me how to get to the Music Building from here? I have a lecture to attend there. W: Oh, are you new here? M: Yes, I just got here last night. W: Well, to go to the Music Building, you have two choices. If you want to go right now, you can walk straight down this street until you pass a post office, and then turn right. The Music Building will be straight ahead. M: How long will it take to get there? W: About twenty minutes. M: What's my other choice? W: If you don't mind waiting around for a while, you can take the shuttle bus. The bus only takes about five minutes to get there. M: But I have to wait for the bus?
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W: That's right. M: Well, I guess I might as well walk. 听第 9 段材料, 回答第 13 至 16 题。 Text 9 W: Munich Oktoberfest returned to Beijing from Aug. 15 to 30 for a celebration of beer and Bavarian culture at the Olympic Forest Park after its successful appearance in 2013. M: Oh, great. In addition to German beer and food, how festival-goers were treated? And how about bands or singers? W: To be honest, they were treated to Bavarian music and dance performances. Chinese rock band Black Panther, rock singer-songwriter Zheng Jun and pop star Jike Junyi performed at the opening ceremony on Aug. M: Sounds interesting. How many songs did Black Panther perform? W: Mmm…, they sang four songs, mostly new works from their album Who We Are, which was released last year. In addition, the album introduced a new singer, Zhang Qi, the band's 10th leading vocalist in 25 years. M: If I have the chance, I will listen to the songs in it. By the way, who is the guitarist for Black Panther? W: Oh, it's Li Tong, who first appeared at a beer festival in Qingdao, Shandong province, around 1993, which was very impressive. M: I know, he was very famous at that time. 听第 10 段材料, 回答第 17 至 20 题。 Text 10 I was 23 years old on a plane, returning home to Dallas, Texas. Like tens of thousands of others, I was just trying to get home without incident. I sat, in uniform, in a window seat and avoided eye contact with my fellow passengers. No one was sitting in the seat next to me, which made me lonely. A young girl, not more than 10 years old, suddenly appeared. She smiled and handed me a magazine. I accepted her offering, her quiet “welcome home”. Her small gesture of pity was the first I had experienced in a long time. I believe in the connection between strangers when they reach out to one another. That young girl undoubtedly has no memory of what happened years ago. I like to think of her as having grown up, continuing to touch others and teaching her children to do the same. I know she might have been told to give me the “gift” by her mother. It doesn't matter why she gave me the magazine. The important thing is she did. Since then, I have followed her example and tried, in different ways for different people, to do the same for them. Like me on that long ago plane ride, they will never know why a stranger took the time to extend a hand. But I know that my attempts since then are all because of that little girl. Her offer of a magazine to a tired, scared and lonely soldier has echoed throughout my life. I have to believe that my small gestures have the same effect on others. And to that little girl, now a woman, I would like to take this opportunity to say again, thank you.

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答案 听力: 1-5 BACBC 6-10 ACACA 11-15 CABCA 16-20 AABBA 单项选择: 21-25DBCAD

26-30 BCCDA 31-35 BBCA D

36-40 DBACB

完形填空 41-45 ACADC 46-50BDABA 阅读理解: 61-63BDC

51-55 BCDBC 56-60 BCADB

64-66ACA

67-69 DDC

70-75CDCCAD

任务型阅读: 76. potential 77.independence 78.alcohol/drinking 79.expectations/understandings/knowledge 80. difficulties/trouble 81. even 82. Solutions 83. count 84. turn 85. reminders. 单词拼写: 86 consults/consulted 87. exploding 88. interrupting 89. precious 90. whistled 91. appealing 92. Beneath 93. inconvenience 94. profit 95. simplified 书面表达: One possible version: With three generations? efforts of the Ferrero family, Ferrero, a chocolate company, has
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developed into a world-famous business from the then pastry shop through their creativity, hard work and determination. It?s no easy job to start a business. You may not only suffer from hardships but also run across unexpected risks. You need to deal with all kinds of people and learn many new things through your work, especially when you are green hands in a new field. What account for one?s success in his work include determination and hard work. It also requires of him qualities like honesty, patience and bravery. As for us students, we all have a dream of our future. After setting a goal of our life, we must devote ourselves to achieving it. No matter what difficulty we meet, just try our best to overcome it. Only in this way can we live our dreams. (150 words)

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