2015—2016 学年第一学期 12 月模块测试 高三英语试卷
注意事项： 1．本试卷分第Ⅰ卷和第Ⅱ卷两部分。第Ⅰ卷为选择题，共 100 分；第Ⅱ卷为非选 择题，共 50 分，满分 150 分，考试时间为 120 分钟。 2． 试卷卷面分 5 分，如不规范，分等级（5、3、1 分）扣除。 第一部分 听力(共两节，每小题1.5分, 满
分30分) 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。 1. How much longer will the woman wait for the bus at most from now on? A. 45 minutes 2. What will they do first? A. Search for a pen． B. Fix the bookshelf. C. Paint the bookshelf. B. 30 minutes. C. 15 minutes. 2015-12
3. What do we know from the conversation? A. The man lost his keys. B. The man didn't want to enter the room. C. The man couldn't open the door. 4. What is the man doing? A. Waiting for a man. B. Calling a taxi. C. Driving a taxi.
5. What does the woman suggest the man take? A. A sweater and boots． B. A sweater and medicines. C. A raincoat and a sweater. 第二节 听下面 5 段对话或独白。每段对话和独白后有几个小题，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。听每段对话和独白前，你将有时间阅读各个小题，每小题 5 秒钟；听完后，每小题将给出 5 秒钟的作答时间。每段对话和独白读两遍。 6. Why has the woman been exercising recently? A. To keep fit． B. To train for a race. C. To lose weight.
7. How does the woman feel after running? A. Tired． B. Energetic． C. Sick. 1
听第 7 段材料,回答第 8 至 10 题。 8. Which of the speakers' things is gone? A. The television． B. The man's coat. C. The radio.
9. Where do they lose the things? A. In the taxi． B. At home. C. In the company.
10. What is the relationship between the speakers? A. Husband and wife. B. Waiter and customer. C. Boss and clerk.
听第 8 段材料,回答第 11 至 13 题。 11. Where are the speakers talking to each other? A. On the Internet． B. In a computer store.
C. Somewhere in front of a computer. 12. How much will the man pay for the player? A. $1,500． B. $1,100． C. $400．
13. What can we learn from this conversation? A. Most people prefer shopping in the stores because of the low prices. B. People can only use credit cards while shopping on the Internet. C. Shopping on the Internet is easier than that in the stores. 听第 9 段材料,回答第 l4 至 l6 题。 14. What is the woman? A. A college student. B. A laid-off worker. C. A computer lover.
15. What is she worrying about? A. Her exam results. B. How to find a job. C. How to send emails.
16. What does the man advise her to do? A. Go to the companies in person. B. Try on the Internet. C. Send out more applications. 听第 10 段材料,回答 17 至 20 题。 17. What is the speaker probably? A. An air hostess. B. A woman clerk. C. A flight engineer.
18. What is the flight number? A. 6157. B. 7156. C. 7517.
19. What should we do in case of emergency according to the speaker? A. Fasten the seat belt. B. Turn off mobile phones. C. Use oxygen masks.
20. When does the speaker give the talk? A. Before a flight. B. During a flight. C. After a flight.
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) 阅读并选出最佳选项。 A Visitor Oyster cards are electronic smartcards that come fully charged with credit. Whether you're making a one-off trip to London or you’re a regular visitor, using an Oyster travel smartcard is the easiest way to travel around the city's public transport network. Simply touch the card on the yellow card reader at the doors when you start and end your journey. Advantages of a Visitor Oyster Card A Visitor Oyster card is one of the cheapest ways to pay for single journeys on the bus, Tube, DLR, tram, London Over-ground and most National Rail services in London: ● Save time----your card is ready to use as soon as you arrive in London. ● It's more than 50% cheaper than buying a paper travel card or single tickets with cash. ● There is a daily price cap----once you have reached this limit, you won’t pay any more. ● Enjoy special offers and promotions at leading London restaurants, shops and entertainment venues----plus discounts on the Emirates Air Line cable car and Thames Clippers river buses. Buy a Visitor Oyster card Buy a Visitor Oyster card before you visit London and get it delivered to your home address. A card costs ￡3 (non-refundable) plus postage. Order online and arrive with your Oyster in hand! You can also buy a Visitor Oyster card from Gatwick Express ticket offices at Gatwick Airport Station and on board Eurostar trains travelling to London. Add Credit to Your Visitor Oyster Card You can choose how much credit to add to your card. If you are visiting London for two days, you can start with ￡20 credit. If you run out of credit, add credit at the following locations: ● Touch screen ticket machines in Tube, DLR, London Over-ground and some National Rail stations. ● Around 4,000 Oyster Ticket Stops found in newsagents and small shops across London. ● TFL Visitor and Travel Information Centers. ● Tube and London Over-ground station ticket offices.
● Emirates Air Line terminals. 21. When can you use your Visitor Oyster Card? A. After you become a regular visitor. B. Only when you end your journey. C. Once you arrive in London. D. Before you leave home. 22. What can we learn about the Visitor Oyster card? A. It can reach you before your journey to London. B. It requires you to pay as much as the daily price cap. C. It can provide you a 50% discount at a London shop. D. It can be delivered to your home address free of charge. 23. Where can you add credit to your Visitor Oyster card? A. On the Internet. C. On Eurostar trains. B. At a Tube station ticket office. D. At Gatwick Express ticket offices. B For Canadians, backpacking Europe is a special ceremony signifying a new life stage. Unlike package tours, backpacking is a struggle, full of discovery and chance connections. It is about focusing on something different from our own lives and losing ourselves in a new world, if only for a moment. Well, that's what backpacking Europe is supposed to do. That’s what it used to do before modern communications, social media, and commercial hostelling (旅社). Older Canadians would not recognize the Europe that they backpacked in the 1960s, 1970s and even the 1980s. Far from a rough adventure into foreign cultures, the European experience has been shattered in part by today's technology. A few years ago, I took my then 60-year-old father on a backpacking trip across part of Europe and Turkey. As he is an experienced traveler and someone who possesses a strong sense of adventure, I decided that we'd travel on a budget, staying in hostel dorms. For him, backpacking through Europe in 1969 was about independence and struggle. But two things surprised him at the end of our journey. First was how technology-based backpacking had become: Young people were so directly connected to home that they were hardly away in any meaningful sense. Second, the lack of connections we made with locals. Instead of making us feel closer to a place, he found commercial hostelling actually made us more alienated (疏远的). But there was some room for hope. While technology takes our attention away from the beauty and history before us, there were also ways in which it helped us to connect with our surroundings. Websites like Airbnb have
made it easier to stay with enthusiastic locals. Couch Surfing helps organize meet-ups between locals and travelers. The online marketplace Dopios offers a chance to meet locals through enjoyable experiences like a personalized city tour. Backpacking can never be the way it was for our parents’ generation. But doing a little study of history and culture before leaving, and bravely getting rid of any electronic devices while traveling, will help give young travelers a taste of the glory days. 24. The underlined word “shattered” in Paragraph 2 most probably means ________. A. broadened B. relived C. ruined D. acquired
25. After the recent backpacking trip in Europe, the author’s father finds ________. A. backpackers connect less with locals than before B. young people dislike getting in touch with their family C. a hostel is a nice place for travelers to meet each other D. backpacking in Europe becomes more difficult than before 26 What’s the author’s attitude towards technology? A. Negative. B. Objective. C. Uncertain. D. Uninterested.
27. The text mainly discusses the relationship between ________. A. adventures and cultures C. young people and their family B. technology and traveling D. Canadian travelers and Europeans C Think about the last time you felt afraid. Was it a fear of height? Did you oversleep on a weekday and fear you’d get into trouble at the office? In any case, you know what it feels like to feel fear. But one woman doesn’t The woman, code-named “UM”, gave her first-ever interview after years of being studied by a team of researchers. The woman is given a code name because the researchers want to protect her from anyone who would take advantage of her inability to feel afraid. UM can’t tell you what fear is because she’s never experienced it. “I wonder what it’s like to actually be afraid of something,” she said. The formal name for the disease is Urbach-Wieth disease, which is characterized by a hoarse(粗哑的)voice，small bumps around the eyes, and calcium deposits(钙沉积的)in the brain. In the case of UM，the disease has transformed the part of her brain that controls the human response to fear. In the interview, UM talks about an event in her life where she was held at knifepoint and gunpoint, “I was
walking to the store，and I saw a man on a park bench．He said. “Come here，please,” so I went over to him. He grabbed me by the shirt，put a knife to my throat and told me he was going to cut me. I told him, cut me,” I wasn’t afraid at all. And for some reason，he let me go.” Doctors who have been studying UM’s condition for years have been trying different things that could strike fear into her. They finally figured something out—increasing UM’s carbon dioxide levels．Extra carbon dioxide concentration in the blood is known to cause fear and panic in health individuals. Increasing UM’s carbon dioxide levels did manage to give her a fright． 28. The text starts by_______． A. challenging the reader B. solving daily problems C. listing situations D. giving explanations 29. Why is the woman with Urbach-Wieth disease given a code name? A. To tell her case from other patients B. To respect her privacy C. To meet the researchers’ demands D. To ensure her safety 30. From UM’s case，we can know that Urbach-Wieth disease may________. A. stop the brain from functioning normally B. lead to a decrease in calcium deposits C. stop the brain from responding quickly D. lead to an increase in carbon dioxide 31. What will probably happen to UM from the last paragraph? A. Dying of the Urbach-Wieth disease． B. Getting the sense of panic． C. Experiencing another danger． D. Speaking with a hoarse voice． “Go ahead and
D With around 100 students scheduled to be in that 9:00 am Monday morning lecture, it is no surprise that almost 20 people actually make it to the class and only 10 of them are still awake after the first 15 minutes; it is not even a surprise that most of them are still in their pajama’s(睡衣). Obviously, students are terrible at adjusting their sleep cycles to their daily schedule. All human beings possess a body clock. Along with other alerting systems, this governs the sleep/wake cycle and is therefore one of the main processes which govern sleep behaviour. Typically, the preferred sleep/wake cycle is delayed in adolescents, which leads to many students not feeling sleepy until much later in the evenings. This typical sleep pattern is usually referred to as the “night owl” schedule of sleep. This is opposed to the “early bird” schedule, and is a kind of disorder where the individual tends to stay up much past midnight. Such a person has great difficulty in waking up in the mornings. Research suggests that night owls feel most alert and function best in the evenings and at night. Research findings have shown that about 20 percent of people can be classified as “night owls” and only 10 percent can be classified as “early birds” ------ the other 70 percent are in the middle. Although this is clearly not true for all students, for the ones who are true night owls, this gives them an excellent excuse for missing their lectures which unfortunately fall before midday. 32. What does the author stress in Paragraph 1 ? A. Many students are absent from class. B. Students are very tired on Monday mornings. C. Students do not adjust their sleep patterns well. D. Students are not well prepared for class on Mondays. 33. Which of the following is true according to Paragraph 2? A . Most students prefer to get up late in the morning. B. Students don’t sleep well because of alerting systems. C .One’s body clock governs the sleep/wake cycle independently. D. Adolescents’ delayed sleep/wake cycle isn’t the preferred pattern. 34. Which of the following is closest in meaning to the underlined word “classified”? A. Criticized B. Grouped C. Organized D. Named
35. What does the text mainly talk about? A. Functions of the body clock. B. The “night owl” phenomenon. C. Human beings’ sleep behaviour. D. The school schedule of “early birds”. 第二节 根据短文内容，从短文后的选项中选出能填入空白处的最佳选项，选项中有两项为多余选项。 （共 5 小题，每小题 2 分，满分 10 分） （请注意涂卡方式：选 E 涂 A 和 B, 选 F 涂 A 和 C， 选 G 涂 A 和 D） Today it is common to see people who walk about with colored wires hanging from their ears wherever they go. They move about in their personal bubbles, sometimes unaware of what’s happening around them. 36 . Outside life is shut out. So are you one of “them”? For me, walking around in my own personal bubble is perfect. 37 What’s even better, wearing
earphones seems to give a signal to people which says: “I’m not available for chatting at the moment!” Suppose you’re at work and about to make an incredible breakthrough, but a colleague suddenly turns up. At this precise moment, the slightest disturbance would break your concentration. 38 Once
again, those wires hanging from your ears would be sure to give that “Go away!” signal. 39 It’s probably part of the growing up stage when they just want to ignore their whole
family. While their mothers give them lectures about why they should do their homework, they can just turn up the volume(声音) on their MP3 player, smile, and say “Yes, Mum.” Problem solved. Pretty soon, not only will we have pretty colored wires hanging from our ears—but also our brains will be directly plugged into some new high-tech instrument. We’ll be in a virtual(虚拟) world, communicating with everyone else, or choosing not to, as we like. In this world, we will all be permanently plugged in. And they are changing our social habits along the way. In the end, there is a thin line between using technology as a tool for making life better and being a slave to it! It’s so strange—suddenly, I don’t feel like wearing my earphones any more! A. Listening to music through earphones is the perfect way to ignore such interruptions. B. I also have wires hanging from my ears. C. They walk around in their own spaces, with their personal “digital noise reduction systems.” D. I don’t have to deal with the noise from the environment. E. After all, I am listening to my favorite music and would rather not be disturbed. 8 40
F. Our instruments are changing quickly. G. In the home situation, teenagers love these wires. 第三部分 英语知识运用(共两节，满分 45 分) 第一节 完形填空(共 20 小题；每小题 1.5 分，满分 30 分) 阅读下面短文，从短文后各题所给的四个选项 (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。 As I rushed among the tables, suddenly, a 41 asked if I could mind a child. I was quite 42
but I could tell the man was quite desperate. So I had to make a ______43 son to stay and wait for him, he had to This was quite 45 44 something in the shop． 46
with him that if he wanted his
for the man to do; I could 48
he was quite poor by the
dressed. It looked as if he had tried to come in his 49
clothes. But they still looked a bit old and worn out 50 were
he had often worn them, just to make himself look best. Looking down I could see his
also a bit torn and the heels were in a terrible state. I thought he was going for a job interview. In the end he bought a small box of and only could 51 52 for his little son and seated him down in the corner. I could tell the boy was feeling down with a bit of cheering up． 53 as the poor little kid was sitting 54 55 to see one of them
Seeing that the kid sat there for quite a while, I was a bit
his own. People watched him and some kids even came over to pick on him. I was
even knocked his cookies off the table．He quickly went and got them back without saying a word．I was hoping his father would 56 up and come back for his son's 57 .
At closing time, the only person left was the little boy．After a while, the father finally came in with a tiresome look. I 58 man rejected it. I 59 he didn't get any job．As they were leaving, I offered the kid a little cake, but the he felt as if I had just abused him． Of course I didn't mean to． But I could understand 60 whatever happened．
why he felt like that．I only wished them good
The man opened the door to leave－father and son hand in hand． 41．A．sound 42．A．pleased 43．A．date 44．A．do 45．A．easy 46．A．tell B．voice B．frightened B．decision B．leave B．hard B．explain C．noise C．annoyed C．promise C．buy C．natural C．think D．tune D．interested D．deal D．eat D．possible D．prove
47．A．manner 48．A．oldest 49．A．even though 50．A．socks 51．A．cookies 52．A．laugh 53．A．relaxed 54．A．on 55．A．touched 56．A. hurry 57．A．chance 58．A．hoped 59．A．assumed 60．A．night
B．means B．poorest B．as if B．gloves B．sweets B．do B．nervous B．of B．disappointed B．give B．benefit B．imagined B．clarified B．progress
C．method C．prettiest C．so that C．shoes C．cigarettes C．speak C．satisfied C．by C．astonished C．turn C．future C．doubted C．confused C．luck 第Ⅱ卷(满分 50 分)
D．way D．best D．now that D．pants D．cakes D．help D．worried D．for D．excited D．run D．job D．guessed D．ignored D．supper
第一节(共 10 小题；每小题 l 分，满分 l0 分) 阅读下面材料，在题后空白处填入适当的内容(每空一词)或括号内单词的正确形式。 Ireland， Japan， China scientists share the 2015 Nobel Prize for medicine． William Campbell， Satoshi Omura and Tu Youyou jointly won the prize 61 Monday． Campbell 62 Ireland and Japanese Omura won half of the prize for a new drug，63 64 has their work against diseases，the award-giving body said on
helped the battle against river blindness，as well as showing
(power)effect against other diseases． 65
The Chinese scientist Tu Youyou also discovered artemisinin( 青 蒿 素 ) ， a drug that has (sharp)reduced the death rates for patients citizen 67 66
(suffer)from malaria(疟疾)．She is also the first Chinese 68 honor for China’s
(win)the Nobel Prize for medicine．The prize winning is
science cause and traditional Chinese medicine． “These two 69 (discover)provide humankind with a new way to fight these diseases that affect
hundreds of millions of people annually． The award for Tu Youyou is the result of a major change in the way China performs scientific research. China 70 (spend)a lot of money on such research over the past
years，”a member of the Nobel committee said． 第二节：用所给单词正确形式或句意填适当副词、冠词、介词或代词，每题 0.5 分。
71. With high technology introduced, the average output of the factory is __________(steady) increasing. 72. I had been working on math for the whole afternoon and the numbers ___________(swim) before my eyes. 73. All kinds of promotion activities were launched, _________(intend) for the New Year Market. 74. Students loans are supposed to provide financial support for the students who would _____________not be able to go to college. 75. We can never expect ____________bluer sky unless we create a less polluted world. 76. The policeman stopped him when he was driving home and accused him ______ speeding. 77. Some hobbies are relaxing; ______________ are creative. 78. _____________ is your address? 79. We used to mistake that heavy objects fell faster than light ______________. 80. Health experts believe that even a little exercise is far better than ______________ at all. 第三节 短文改错(共 10 小题；每小题 l 分，满分 l0 分) 假定英语课上老师要求同桌之间交换修改作文，请你修改你同桌写的以下作文。文中共有 10 处错误， 每句中最多有两处。错误涉及一个单词的增加、删除或修改。 增加：在缺词处加一个漏字符号( ? )，并在其下面写出该加的词。 删除：把多余的词用斜线(＼)划掉。 修改：在错的词下划一横线，并在该词下面写出修改后的词。 注意：1．每处错误及其修改均仅限一词； 2．只允许修改 l0 处，多者(从第 11 处起)不计分。 One year ago, I had a special English lesson hold at the railway station. It was quite different from the regular English classes we were familiar to, for we had no textbooks, no blackboard and no fixed seats. Gathered at the entrance of the station, we were told to collect as much English words and sentence as possible there. Curious and excited, we walked around the station and looked everywhere, search for any information in English. Whenever an English word comes into sight, the class would burst into the cheers as if we had discovered a new world. With the Chinese translation and vividly pictures, we could figure out its meaning with ease. Now, this unforgettable lesson still encourages me to be an active learner where I go.
第四节：写作（25 分） 假设你是李华， 你的加拿大朋友 Bob 给你发了一封电子邮件，想了解一下中国高中生对于大学的选择 意向，于是你在班里进行了一次调查。请根据下表的信息，给 Bob 回复一封电子邮件，告诉他调查结果， 并说明原因。 选择意向和比例 省内大学 25﹪ 省外大学 70﹪ 国外大学 5﹪ 注意: 1.词数 100 左右； 2.电子邮件的开头和结尾已给出，不计入总词数。 Dear Bob, Last week I did a survey among the students in my class on what university they want to choose. ______________________________________________________________ 原因 录取机会大；生活习惯相似 培养独立性；可选学校多 了解外国文化；有助于学外语
Yours, Li Hua
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改错： One year ago, I had a special English lesson hold at the railway station. It was quite held different from the regular English classes we were familiar to, for we had no textbooks, no blackboard and no fixed seats. with Gathered at the entrance of the station, we told to collect as much English words and Gathering many sentence as possible there. Curious and excited, we walked around the station and looked sentences everywhere, search for any information in English. Whenever an English word comes into sight, searching came the class would burst into the cheers as if we had discovered a new world. With the Chinese translation and vividly pictures, we could figure out its meaning with ease. vivid Now, this unforgettable lesson still encourages me to be an active learner where I go. wherever 作文 Dear Bob, Last week I did a survey among the students in my class on what university they want to choose. Now I’m writing to tell you the results. Twenty-five percent of my classmates want to choose universities in our province. They say they are more likely to be admitted if they apply to these universities. And they needn’t change their lifestyle too much. Seventy percent of them would like to choose universities in other provinces. Being away from home, they can become more independent and there are more universities for them to choose from. The rest five percent of my classmates plan to choose foreign universities. One reason why they want to go abroad is that they can learn more about different cultures. Besides, it will be a great help to their foreign language study.