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重庆市巴蜀中学2015届高三第二次月考英语试题


重庆市巴蜀中学 2014—2015 学年度第一学期第二次月考

高 2015 级高三(上)英语试题
本试卷分第Ⅰ 卷(选择题)和第Ⅱ 卷(非选择题)两部分,共 150 分。考试时间 120 分钟。

第I卷 (共115 分)
第一部分 听力(共两节,满分30分) 第一节(共5小题;每小题l.5分,满分7.5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 conclusion can we draw from the woman?s remark? A. She doesn?t like it. B. It is expensive. C. She likes it. 2. What was the woman probably trying to do? A. Take a picture. B. Start a car. C. Play a tape recorder. 3. What are the speakers complaining about? A. There are not enough good films. B. It takes too long for new films to arrive at the local cinema. C. Newspapers often give the wrong information about new films. 4. What?s the probable relationship between the speakers? A. Shop assistant and customer. B. Teacher and student. C. Husband and wife. 5. Which aspect of the film does the woman like? A. The plot. B. The dialogue. C. The music. 第二节(共25小题;每小题1.5分,满分22.5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至8题。 6. Who has got a promotion? A. Tracy. B. Paul. C. Sam. 7. What are the speakers talking about? A. Their work. B. Their boss. C.Their workmate. 8. When did the board make this decision? A. Last Friday. B. This Monday. C. This Friday 听第 7 段材料,回答第 9 至 11 题。[来源 9. What?s going on between the man and Gary? A. They had a fight. B. Gary doesn?t talk to the man. C. The man was unhappy with Gary. 10. How did Gary react to the man?s advice? A. Grateful. B. Angry. C. Patient. 11. What will the man do when talking about giving advice to Gary? A. He won?t give any advice to Gary. B. He will continue giving advice to Gary. C. He will give advice to Gary in a proper way. 听第 8 段材料,回答第 12 至 14 题。

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12. What is the man doing? A. Talking about languages with the woman. B. Getting advice from the woman. C. Interviewing the woman. 13. What is probably the woman? A. A writer. B. An actress. C. A singer. 14. Where is probably the woman now? A. In China. B. In England. C. In America. 听第 9 段材料,回答第 15 至 17 题。 15. What are the speakers talking about? A. The resources in their countries. B. The government policies in their countries. C. The environment pollution in their countries. 16. What isn?t mentioned in the conversation? A. Metal. B. Water. C. Mine. 17. What is protected in the man?s country? A. Animals. B. Rivers. C. Plants. 听第 10 段材料,回答第 18 至 20 题。 18. What is the purpose of the scientists in studying tree rings? A. To analyze the composition of different trees. B. To look into the pattern of solar wind activity. C. To find out the origin of carbon-14 on earth. 19. What affects the amount of carbon-14 on earth? A. The lifecycle of trees. B. The quality of air. 20. What do we learn from the passage about the solar wind activity? A. It follows a certain cycle. B. It affects the growth of trees. C. It has been increasing since the Ice Age.

C. The intensity of solar burning.

第二部分: 英语知识运用 第一节: 单项填空 (共 15 小题; 每小题 1 分, 满分 15 分) 阅读下面各题, 从题中所给的 A、 B、 C、 D 四个选项中, 选出最佳选项, 并在答题卡上 将该项涂黑。 21. Cycling gives the young and old _____ sense of freedom and independence, _____ effect of which on their well-being is great. A. /; the B. a; an C. a; the D. the; the 22. With a larger screen and upgraded camera, it may come as no surprise _____ Iphone 6 will gain more popularity in no time. A. what B. whether C. that D. whether 23. ---Hi, Linda, would you do me a favor to turn down the radio? ---_____. A. Go ahead B. Why, of course. C. My pleasure. D. That?s fine with me 24. You ______ achieve nothing if you waste your time like this! A. must B. might C. shall D. should 25. He could have avoided the accident, but he _____ a terrible mistake. A. had made B. has made C. makes D. made 26. Punctuality is very important, _______ that comes from a deep respect for other?s time.
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A. something B. one C. everything D. all 27. As one of the fastest growing software in the history of the Internet, Wechat (微信) _____ the way people communicate in China. A. is changing B. will change C. had changed D. changed 28. The middle class families will send kids to college, ______ it takes, _______that means a huge amount of debt. A. what; whether B. whatever, even if C. whatever; and D. that; so 29. Lucy got married after her first date with Tom,_______ us beyond speech. A. surprised B. surprising C. to surprise D. having surprised 30. In the presence of so many people he felt a little nervous, _____ he seldom was. A. which B. that C. as D. because 31. ---How about your interview yesterday? ---______. A. Well, it was not as easy as I had thought. B. Don?t bother me. I did a poor job. C. Don?t ask me such a question. D. It?s none of your business. 32. It?s your physical and mental health rather than your academic performance ______ your parents concern. A. what B. which C. that D. whether. 33. So far, at least hundreds of students in our school, _____, have volunteered in community service. A. if not more B. if not more than C. if any D. if ever 34. ---It?s amazing that Wang and his team won several awards in the National Robot Contest 2014! ---Yes, indeed! They_____ for it for several months. A. have been preparing B. have prepared C. prepared D. had prepared 35. How long do you think _____ scientists find a cure for Ebola (埃博拉)virus? A. it will be that B. it will be before C. will it be that C. is it since 第二节 完形填空(共 20 小题;每小题 1.5 分,满分 30 分) A When Julie Weiss lost her father, Maurice, in 2010, just 35 days after he was 36 with pancreatic cancer (胰腺癌), she was shocked. “Research for pancreatic cancer is so underfunded, and it made me feel 37 ,” she said. “I knew I had to do something.” So this marathon queen, as she 38 herself, did what she knows how to do best: She went running. Having already completed 25 marathons during the previous two years, Julie now vowed(发誓)to run 52 marathons in 52 weeks in 39 of her father. After asking people to donate money for each marathon, she 40 a website, marathongoddess.com, to collect the money and other donations for the Pancreatic Cancer Action Network (PANCAN), a nonprofit organization. Julie, 43, began her 52 -marathon odyssey (艰难旅程) in Rome in March 2012. She focused on pacing herself, often clocking in an hour 41 than her best time of 3:47 and decided to stick to a strict training schedule. “I knew my body 42 quickly (from marathon running),” she said, and, anyway, “nothing can prepare you for what you?re about to 43 .” When her muscles began to 44 , she kept her motivation in mind. “It was like I had angels with me and this amazing energy to keep running no matter 45 ,” she says. To stay focused, she?d think of her father. “He did 46 big,” said Julie. Julie finished her 1,362.4 -mile journey spanning (跨越)two countries and 18 states in March 2013 at the L.A. Marathon, 47 more than $200,000 in the process for PANCAN.

36.A.diagnosed 37. A. hopeful 38. A. taught 39. A. respect 40. A. build up

B. cured B. desirable B. found B. place B. set up

C. treated C. helpless C. called C. recall C. hold up
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D. dealt D. wishful D. knew D. honor D. break up

41. A. slower 42. A. recovered 43. A. express 44. A. stress 45. A. how 46. A. nothing 47. A. spending

C. higher D. shorter C. relaxed D. overcame C. know D. understand C. burn D. pain C. when D. who C. everything D. anything C. wasting D. raising B If an organization is to maximize its efficiency and success, a number of requirements must be 48 . One is that the most 49 people available should be selected for each assignment within the organization. Especially in a technical business where the 50 of progress is rapid, a continuing program of education must be undertaken and maintained. Techniques that are important today will be 51 in the future, and every person in the organization must be continually looking for new and better ways to do his or her work. 52 requirement is that a high degree of enthusiasm should be encouraged at all levels; in 53 , the people in high management positions must not only be 54 themselves, they must be able to engender(营造) enthusiasm among their colleagues. There can be no 55 for halfhearted interest or halfhearted effort. 48. A. met B. demanded C. got D. obtained 49. A. smart B. capable C. demanding D. trustworthy 50. A. rate B. access C. change D. development 51. A. updated B. outdated C. related D. promising 52. A. other B. another C. others D. some 53. A. particularly B. special C. particular D. existence 54. A. enthusiastic B. fantastic C. anxious D. fortunate 55. A. place B. time C. aim D. target 第三部分 阅读理解(共 20 小题;每小题 2 分,满分 40 分) 阅读下列短文,从每题所给的四个选项(A、B、C 和 D)中,选出品佳选项,并在答题卡上将该项涂黑。 A Last December, Doris Low turned 90. Once a week she still drives to the Canadian National Institute for the Blind (CNIB) in Toronto, where she helps put literature into Braille(a language for the blind) to bring the power of story and knowledge to the blind readers. She has been volunteering her time and talents to such projects for more than 40 years. After working in the business world for a while, Low got tired of it. So she turned to teaching at a technical school and later moved into the library. Low?s mother liked reading. As her eyes began to fail, Low read to her. Then “hearing an advertisement encouraging people to learn Braille, I decided to give it a try.” In 1973, she was certified as a Braille transcriber and began transcribing books as a volunteer for the CNIB library. The job was strenuous ---she could get to the end of a page, make a mistake on the last line, and have to do the whole thing again. For a number of years, Low also worked in the CNIB sound studio, reading books onto tape. Three years ago, she took up proofreading at the CNIB?s word factory. In April, during Volunteer Week, the CNIB recognized Low for her great contributions. Thanks to volunteers like Low, the CNIB library has got more than 80,000 accessible materials for people unable to read traditional print. “I can?t imagine how many readers of all ages have benefited from Doris?s contribution.” said a CNIB official. “For me,” said Low, “the CNIB is more than just a place to volunteer. Three things matter most in my life: a little play, a little work, and a little love. I?ve found them all here.” 56. What does Low still do at the age of 90 at the CNIB ? A. Drives a car. B. Teaches the blind Braille. C. Works as a volunteer D. Writes literature.
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B. faster B. relieved B. experience B. ache B. what B. something B. earning

57. Which of the following has the closest meaning to the underlined word “strenuous” in paragraph 4? A. relaxing B. tough C. convenient D. complex 58. What can be inferred from the passage about Low? A. She decided to learn Braille because her eyes began to fail. B. When she was in her sixties, Low was recognized as a Braille transcriber. C. Her contribution to the CNIB is limited only in transcriber. D. Working in the CNIB is more than a voluntary work for her. 59. Which of the following words can best describe Low? A. Thoughtful and sensitive B. Unselfish and hardworking C. Considerate and graceful D. Courageous and honest B Weekend Miracles Weekend Miracles give children aged 9 and older in the Children?s Center the opportunity to visit a host family who partners the child to find the child a permanent family. The host family arranges activities that the child will enjoy and introduces the child to their circle of friends—in order to develop a lasting connection with someone. Organization: Kidsave International Location: the United States Duration: 2 days to 6 weeks Web Designer Needed We need the skills of a Web designer to help us redesign our website. The project will be fun and fulfilling, and give much needed visibility (能见性) to our grass-roots projects that are serving children and mothers in every corner of the world. Organization: Children?s Fund Location: the United States Duration: 3 weeks to 2 months Living Miracles Doctors and dentists are needed as volunteers at Shechen Medical Clinic in Nepal for two months or longer. In Tibet, we need doctors for only 1-2 months. Dentists can come for one month or longer. Please understand that modern conveniences are not available here. Organization: Dilgo Khyentse Fellowship Location: Nepal Duration: 21 days to 6 years Teaching English to Children in India The Salus Foundation, Inc. needs help from volunteers, teachers, college students or recent college graduates trained in ESL, or who are willing to be trained in ESL to teach English to the students at the Sulaxim School. Organization: The Salus Foundation, Inc. Location: India Duration: 6 weeks to 9 months Chimpanzee Sanctuary in Cameroon In Defense of Animals in Africa needs help from highly motivated, mature volunteers who care about the conservation of great apes and are willing to live in an isolated, challenging, French-speaking environment for six months to benefit our future generation. Organization: In Defense of Animals in Africa Location: Cameroon Duration: 6 months 60. We can infer from the passage that .
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A. serving children in every corner of the world is the Web designer?s duty B. volunteers going to Cameroon should be able to speak French C. more dentists are needed than doctors in Nepal D. the time you work in one of these places can be changed 61. Which of the following fields is NOT mentioned in the passage? A. Health B. Education C. Politics D. Wildlife conservation 62. Which of the following is suitable for John, an American college student, who wants to learn about the lives of children in other countries? A. Weekend Miracles B. Chimpanzee Sanctuary in Cameroon C. Web Designer Needed D. Teaching English to Children in India 63. The purpose of Weekend Miracles is mainly to help children _____ . A. enlarge their circle of friends B. learn more about the outside world C. find a family who is willing to raise them D. get chances to communicate with other children C Last night?s meteor(流星) shower left many people in the community dissatisfied and demanding answers. According to Gabe Rothsclild, Emerald Valley?s mayor, people gathered in the suburbs of the city, carrying heavy telescopes, expecting to watch the brightly burning meteors passing through the sky. What they found instead was a sky so brightened by the city?s lights that it darkened the light of the meteors passing overhead. “My family was so frustrated,” admitted town resident Duane Cosby, “We wanted to make this an unforgettable family outing, but it turned out to be a huge disappointments.” Astronomers---scientists who study stars and planets----have been complaining about this problem for decades. They say that light pollution prevents them from seeing objects in the sky that they could see quite easily in the past. They call on people and the government to take measures to fight against it. There is yet a population besides professional and amateur star observers that suffers even more from light pollution. This population consists of birds, bats, frogs, snakes, etc. For example, outdoor lighting severely affects migrating(迁徙的)birds. According to the International Dark-Sky Association, “100 million birds a year throughout North America die in crashes with lighted buildings and towers.” Countless more animals casualties(伤亡)result from the use of artificial lighting. Clearly, people enjoy the benefits of lighting their evenings, but some scientists think it can be harmful for humans, too. They worry that exposure to light while sleeping can increase person?s chances of getting cancer. Emerald Valley is only one community that is becoming aware of the negative effects of hight pollution. For years, Flagstaff, Arizona, has enforced lighting regulations in its city in order to assist astronomers at the Lowell Observatory. Similar efforts have been made worldwide, and a movement is underway to remind us to turn off lights when we are not using them, so that other creatures can share the night. 64. What do the astronomers complain about? A. Meteor showers occur less often than before. B. Their observation equipment is in poor repair. C. Light pollution has remained unsolved for years. D. Their eyesight is failing due to artificial lighting. 65. What the author concerned about according to Paragraph 4? A. Birds may take other migration paths. B. Animals? living habits may change suddenly. C. Varieties of animals will become sharply reduced. D. Animals? survival is threatened by outdoor lighting.
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66. Lighting regulations in Flagstaff ,Arizona are put into effect to________. A. lessen the chance of getting cancer. B. create an ideal observation condition. C. ensure citizens a good sleep at night. D. enable all creatures to live in harmony. 67. What message does the author most want to give us? A. Saving wildlife is saving ourselves. B. Great efforts should be made to save energy. C. Human activities should be environmentally friendly. D. New equipment should be introduced for space study. D Millions of Americans began 2014 with the same resolution(决定) they started 2013 with, a goal of losing weight. However, setting weight loss as a goal is a mistake. To reach our goal of losing weight --- the output, we need to control what we eat --- the input. That is, we tend to care about the output but not to control the input. This is a bad way to construe goals. The alternative is to focus your resolution on the input. Instead of resolving to lose weight, try an actionable resolution: “I?ll stop having desert for lunch,” or “I?ll walk every day for 20 minutes.” Creating a goal that focuses on a well-specified input will likely be more effective than concentrating on the outcome. Recently a new science behind incentives (激励) , including in education, has been discussed. For example, researcher Roland Fryer wanted to see what works best in motivating children to do better in school. In some cases, he gave students incentives based on input, like reading certain books, while in others, the incentives were based on output, like results on exams. His main finding was that incentives increased achievement when based on input but had no effect on output. Fryer?s conclusion was that the intensives for inputs might be more effective because do not know how to do better on exam, aside from general rules like “study harder.” Reading certain books, on the other hand, is a well-set task over which they have much more control. As long as you have direct control over your goal, you have a much higher chance of success. And it?s easier to start again if you fail, because you know exactly what you need to do. If you want to cut down on your spending, a good goal would be making morning coffee at home instead of going to a cafe, for example. This is a well-specified action-based goal for which you can measure your success easily. Spending less money isn?t a goal because it?s too general. Similarly, if you want to spend more time with your family, don?t stop with this general wish. Think bout an actionable habit that you could adopt and stick to, like a family movie night every Wednesday. In the long run, these new goals could become a habit. 68. The writer thinks that setting weight loss as a goal is a mistake because _______ . A. it is hard to achieve for most Americans B. it is focused too much on the result C. it is dependent on too many things D. it is based on actionable decisions 69. In Roland Fryer?s research, some students did better than the others because ______ . A. they obeyed all the general rules B. they paid more attention to exams C. they were motivated by their classmates D. they were rewarded for reading some books 70. The writer strongly believes that we should ________ . A. develop good habits and focus on the outcome B. be optimistic about final goals and stick to them
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C. pick specific actions that can be turned into good habits D. set ambitious goals that can balance the input and output 71. What is the best title for the passage? A. Building a Good habit B. Setting the Right Input C. Choosing the Right Resolution D. Reaching a Big Goal E Dr. Jack M Gwaltney, a professor at the University of Virginia School of Medicine, infected six student volunteers with virus, the most common cause of colds. A few days later, when they were coughing and sneezing, he gathered 37 more people and divided them into three groups. Group 1 members spent three days and nights in the same room with one of the infected students, separated by a screen so they couldn't touch one another. Group 2 sat around a table while an infected volunteer talked, coughed and sang to them. Group 3 held hands with an infected student for ten seconds, and then touched their own noses or eyes. Although most scientists at the time, the mid-70s, believed colds were spread by virus-laden droplets spread through the air when infected people coughed or sneezed, Gwaltney suspected physical contact might play an important role. Sure enough, of the 15 people who had touched a student volunteer, 11 became infected—compared with only one of those who had been sitting at the table, and none who had spent three days and nights together. "The best evidence we have is that hand-to-hand contact is the most efficient way of transmitting virus," says Gwaltney.The study was one of a series that helped establish Gwaltney's reputation as a leading authority. Dr. Robert Couch says, "It would not be inappropriate to call him Mr. Common Cold." When Gwaltney is asked how close scientists are to finding a cure, he replies: "If you mean ?get rid of?, I don't think we're going to be able to do that with cold viruses any time soon. But if you look in the dictionary, you'll see that 'cure' is explained as a successful treatment. And we're not just getting more effective at treating the symptoms—we're getting at the root cause too. " 72. Dr. Jack M. Gwaltney conducted the experiment in order to__________. A. find out the most common cause of colds B. infect the student volunteer C. find out the role physical contact plays in the common colds D. find out the role virus-laden air plays in the infection of colds 73. The result of the experiment shows that _________ plays an important role in the infection of colds. A. sneezing at the infected person B. touching the infected person C. sitting together with the infected person D. talking with the infected person 74. Which of the following statements is TRUE according to the passage? A. Dr. Gwaltney was sure that hand-to-hand touch is the cause of the common cold. B. Only one of the people who had spent three days and nights together became infected. C. Dr. Gwaltney conducted many an experiment as to the cause of colds. D. Dr. Gwaltney tested altogether 43 volunteers to see how they could develop colds. 75. When Dr. Gwaltney gives a reply in the end of the passage, he means that______. A. they have found the fundamental cause of colds B. they have managed to wipe out the cold viruses C. they have meant to experiment more D. they have made much progress in dealing with colds

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第 II 卷 (共 35 分) 第四部分 写作(共两个写作任务,满分 35 分) 写作一(满分 15 分) 请结合材料,按要求用英文写作。 It is possible to teach every branch of human knowledge with the internet and most teachers would soon be out of job. 要求: 1: 应紧扣材料,有明确的观点 2: 次数不少于 60 3: 在答题卡上作答
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写作二(满分 20 分) 假设你是李华,你的朋友 Jenny 因上网过多,成绩一落千丈,情绪低落。请你用英语给他写一封 e-mail,内容 应包括: 1. 指出过度上网可能带来的不良后果 2. 结合自身实际,提出应对方法 3. 鼓励她努力学习 注意:1.词数不少于 80. 2.开头已给出,不计入总词数。 3.可适当增加细节,以使行文连贯。 4.在答题卡上作答。 Dear Jenny. I?m sorry to hear that _________________________________________________________________________________________ _________________________________________________________________________________________ _________________________________________________________________________________________ _________________________________________________________________________________________ _________________________________________________________________________________________ _________________________________________________________________________________________ _________________________________________________________________________________________ _________________________________________________________________________________________ _________________________________________________________________________________________ _________________________________________________________________________________________ _________________________________________________________________________________________ _________________________________________________________________________________________ _________________________________________________________________________________________ _________________________________________________________________________________________ _________________________________________________________________________________________

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