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高三英语下册适应性考试题  

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 高三英语下册适应性考试题

 

本试卷分为第一卷(选择题)和第二卷(非选择题)两部分.

第一卷(共三部分, 共计 105分)
第一部分  听力测试(共两节,满分30分)
    第一节(共5小题;每小题1分,满分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,你将有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 will the man do on Saturday?
 A. Mend his computer.        B. Buy software.    C. Learn to use software.
2. Where does the conversation most probably take place?
 A. In a coffee shop.   B. In a restaurant.     C. In a supermarket.
3. How late has Tom been up until now?
 A. Half an hour.             B. An hour.         C. One and a half hours.
4. Which color does the woman choose at last?    
 A. Yellow.       B. Pink.     C. Light blue.
5. What is the woman going to do?
 A. Stay in hospital.   
 B. Turn to another doctor.    
 C. Go back home and have a test.
第二节(共15小题;每小题1分,满分15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。
请听第6段材料,回答第6至7题。
6. What does the man do?
 A. A doctor.       B. A driver.   C. A policeman.
7. Why was the woman driving so fast?
 A. Because her son was ill.     
 B. Because she was very good at driving.
 C. Because she was in a hurry to pick up her son.
请听第7段材料,回答第8至10题。
8. Where does the man want to go?
 A. Oklande Street.      B. Breach Hospital. C. Bruce Hospital.
9. Which part of the city are they in now?
 A. East.      B. West. C. North.

10. How will the man go?
 A. On foot.  B. By bus.  C. By taxi.
请听第8段材料,回答第11至13题。
11. What are they talking about?
 A. Photography.          
 B. The college major.  
 C. A decision.
12. What does the man's father do?
 A. He is a lawyer.        
 B. He is a college teacher. 
 C. He is a photographer.
13. What will the man probably do?
 A. Study law in college.  
 B. Leave school to take photos.
 C. Study photography in college.
请听第9段材料,回答第14至17题。
14. What is Mr Smith? 
 A. A singer.  B. A reporter.    C. A movie star.
15. What is the name of the new disc?
 A. Romance.  B. Forever.     C. The Screen.
16. How many new songs are included in the new disc?
 A. 11.       B. 12.      C.20.
17. Why does Mr. Smith hurry away?
 A. He doesn't like the woman. B. He is going to practice his songs.
 C. He doesn't want to answer questions.
请听第10段材料,回答第18至20题
18. Why do we enjoy watching monkeys?
 A. Because they often act like us.   
 B. They have similarities with us.
 C. They share a common ancestor with us.
19. What do a group of monkeys often do?
 A. Share food.    B. Pull tails. C. Scratch each other.
20. What does d man who makes a monkey of himself do?
 A. Act foolishly.  B. Play tricks.   C. Be playful.
第二部分   英语知识运用 (共两节, 满分45分)
第一节 单项填空 (共15小题;每小题1分,满分15分)
21. What does her handwriting tell you about her ________?
 A. person      B. member    C. character  D. figure
22. She ______ a reward for her efforts.
   A. offered        B. worth     C. respected     D. deserved
23. Could you give me a hand? It seems that my strength has _________.
    A. used up        B. been given out  C. run out      D. been run out
24. His promise ___ he would marry her when he came back turned out to be a lie, ___ left the girl heart-broken.
 A. which; what     B. that; which   C. what; which     D. which ; that

25. The scene of the film ____ me of those happy days that we spent together in the beautiful countryside last summer vacation.
 A. informed     B. recalled      C. reminded     D. remembered
26. – I was going to the concert with you his weekend, but I can’t now.
   -- ______.
    A. Good luck     B. Bad luck  
 C. You’re welcome    D. That’s right
27. Though he doesn’t achieve his goals, he is not a failure. ____, he is remembered as a true hero.
   A. In particular    B. On the contrary    
 C. Generally speaking   D. To be honest
28. Unfortunately, ____ stone hit him on ______ head and he got injured.
   A. the; a  B. a; 不填   C. a; the   D. the ; the
29. _____ all my teachers, Mr. Moore is the one who impresses me most.
  A. At   B. On    C. To   D. Of
30. I really appreciate ____ to help me with my maths, but I’m afraid that I have no time this week.
 A. you to offer    B. it you offer     
 C. your offering    D. this you are offering
31. She ___ volleyball regularly for many years when she was young.
 A. was playing    B. played     
 C. has played    D. had played
32. _____ I say Clancy is a smart boy, he still needs to work hard to achieve his goal.
   A. Then    B. When     C. While    D. As
33. ________ a precious diamond necklace for his wife, Martin could hardly afford a tie for himself.
   A. Having bought    B. Buying         
 C. Being bought      D. To buy
34. Hurry up!  The train ______. You know it______ at 8:30 am.
   A. leaves; leaves    B. is leaving; is leaving   
 C. leaves; is leaving    D. is leaving; leaves
35. – You look so upset, Jane. _____?
   -- I have been told my father has got skin cancer.
    A. What’s for    B. What’s up     
 C. So what      D. How’s up
从A、B、C、D四个选项中,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。
第二节: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的最佳选项,并在答题卡上将该项涂黑。
Our thoughts, words, and actions often cause harm to others and to us. Without reconciliation
(和解), we cannot deepen our understanding and only cause more suffering. "Beginning Anew" is
a(n)   36   of reconciliation. It involves three steps ---- sharing appreciation, expressing  37 , and expressing hurt and difficulties.
In the first step, we share appreciation. We acknowledge the  38  qualities of the other person. The second step -- expressing regret, is to   39      with the other person our regrets for the things we have done or said that might have caused him or her  40 . This requires humility (谦逊), and the   41  to let go of our own pride. In the third step, we    42  our own hurt with mindful and loving  43   without blaming or criticizing. We speak in such a way that the other person can listen and  44  our words. If we  45  the other person, his heart will  46  and he will not be able to hear us. We ask the other person to help us to understand  47  he has spoken and acted as he has , causing us so much pain. Perhaps, later, he can share his feelings  48  we can understand him more deeply. If a strong  49   arises in us while we are expressing our suffering,  we should simply  50  and come back to our breathing until the emotion becomes   51 . The other person can  52  us by following his breathing until we are ready to continue. We can enjoy practicing "Beginning Anew" with our partner, our family, or our friends  53 . By doing this, we will    54   misunderstandings from accumulating. Rather, we will take care of them as they arise,   55  we take care of our children.
                                                                               
36.A. method        B. practice          C. example D. experience
37.A. concern        B. belief            C. regret D. sympathy
38.A. positive        B. poor         C. confident   D. selfish
39.A. chat           B. compare        C. debate          D. share
40.A. pain           B. anxiety          C. confusion       D. loss
41.A. willingness    B. kindness         C. happiness    D. weakness
42.A. charge         B. argue         C. express   D. combine
43.A. speech         B. letter            C. story   D. question
44.A. choose         B. accept           C, spread             D. change
45.A. trust           B. praise           C. envy            D. blame
46.A. open          B. close            C. beat           D. melt
47.A. when          B. how         C. what          D. why
48.A. so that         B. even though      C. as though       D. in case
49.A. emotion       B. responsibility    C. value  D. interest
50.A. continue       B. stop             C. leave           D. repeat
51.A. quieter         B. warmer         C. deeper   D. stronger
52.A. forget          B. support          C. hate   D. remember
53.A. quickly       B. carefully         C. regularly    D. willingly
54.A. prevent      B. protect           C. separate         D. forbid
55.A. for          B. so C. like             D. if
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,选出最佳选项,并在答题卡上将该项涂黑。
                                             A
It was a week before Christmas, but things were far from cheery. Our task was to deliver as many boxes of food as possible to those in need in Camden, New Jersey. There were no Christmas carolers (唱颂歌的人) walking these streets that were lined with boarded-up (用木板封住的) houses and broken windows. Mothers kept their children close as they hurried down the streets.  It was mid-afternoon, but even the bright sun couldn't warm this place.
Red tickets in the windows marked which houses we were to visit. Our white truck stopped in front of one townhouse and our group knocked on the door. In our arms were boxes filled with ham, bread and other essentials to make the perfect Christmas dinner. Four small faces glanced through the curtains and one exhausted mom answered the door. She seemed embarrassed to be caught in her nightgown with undone hair. She was in her mid-20s, but her rough skin and tired eyes added years.
"Sacred Heart food delivery service," I smiled. "Where can we put this for you?"
She pointed and as we entered the house, I noticed the conditions they lived in. The children climbed around, wearing only diapers (尿布). There were no carpets, only cold concrete beneath our feet. There was no Christmas tree or decorations. My heart sank. It was so cold, and I found it hard to believe that this was reality for this family. We set the boxes down and the mother grabbed my hand.
"You don't know how much of a blessing this is to me and my family," she said, crying. "We are just getting by." I opened my arms and gave her a hug.
"Happy holidays!" I replied before I headed out the door. I realized how warm I felt inside.
This was unlike anything I had ever experienced. We cannot help what family we are born into, but we can help each other.
56. From Paragraph 1, we can infer that Camden may be a place where ________.
 A. the living conditions were terrible B. people had no belief
 C. there was no sign of life D. little sunshine was received
57. What impression did the woman leave on the author?
 A. She was shy and cold to visitors. B. She was confident and energetic.
 C. She wasn't good at dressing herself up. D. She looked much older than her age.
58. By saying "We are just getting by", the woman meant __________.
 A. they were waiting for help B. they were looking for food and clothing                                              
 C. they were going to move away D. they were living a very poor life                                                    
59. The passage mainly tells us that _______________.
 A. the poor can also help others B. assisting the poor needs actions
 C. people should help each other D. having more children causes poverty
B
 Lawmakers in the United States have expanded an investigation into the use of location-tracking systems on mobile devices. The action follows recent reports about the storing of information on the Apple iPhone. Some people consider location tracking to be a threat to personal privacy and security.
 Allan Friedman, the research director, says, “All wireless companies do some location tracking as part of their networks. This information is usually stored by the companies, not the devices, and there are laws to protect it. Law enforcement(执法) agencies, for example, have to have a fairly high standard before it can access that data. And the phone company is also prohibited from selling that information.
 Now, two researchers report that location tracking information is being stored directly on Apple devices. They said Apple’s newest operating systems gather global positioning system and timestamp information. The information is stored on the device in a file that is also uploaded (上传) to any computer that the device is connected to. The researchers say the information is available to anyone who has access to the device or computer.
Allan Friedman says, “This raises additional concerns. There’s the idea that because it’s on my phone and on my computer, rogue applications(恶意程序) that I pay for or that I’m tricked into downloading may be able to access this data and somehow misuse it.”
Apple says it is “not tracking the location of your iPhone”. It is simply keeping a database of Wi-Fi hotspots and cellphone towers near the user’s location. This information is meant to help the iPhone quickly find its location when needed.
Letters have been sent to some of the leading mobile device developers, including Apple and Google. The letters asked for more information about their location tracking systems. Allan Friedman calls this an important start to strengthening privacy laws. He says, “There aren’t strong controls over things like location information, what they are doing with it, how long they are keeping it. And perhaps the most important question is, is my location data with other facts about me?”


60. Why did American lawmakers investigate the use of location-tracking systems on cell-phones?
A. Because the systems can store users’ information
B. Because many users have suffered loss after using them.
C. Because it is thought to threaten users’ privacy.
D. Because many reporters have shown the problem of the systems.
61. Allan Friedman believes that ________.
A. wireless companies focus on personal privacy.
B. people are forbidden to get access to private data at will
C. phone companies may sell private information secretly
D. customers may ask wireless companies to locate their tracking
62. What do we know from Paragraph 3?
 A.  Location tracking information is stored online.
B. Apple’s newest operating systems collect all kinds of information.
C. Location tracking information may be uploaded to any iPhone.
D. Apple’s newest operating systems may reveal the private information of users.
63. Which of the following statements is TRUE according to the passage?
A. Apple denies that it tracks the location of users.
B. The researchers may misunderstand the Apple’s systems.
C. The global positioning system is to blame for rogue applications.
D. The iPhone can quickly find its location by using its user’s information.
C
If you're into sports, you've seen it happen. You've probably even experienced it: basketball players shaking hands after four quarters of knocking each other around, tennis players leaping over the net to shake hands with their opponents (对手)  after a hard-fought match, soccer players exchanging sport shirts after an intense 90 minutes, even boxers touching gloves at the beginning of each round, then hugging each other after beating each other into a pulp for 12 rounds. It seems like competitors in every event, from spelling bees to hockey, behave this way. What's going on?
It's all part of sportsmanship, a great tradition in sports and competition that means playing clean and handling both victory and defeat with grace, style, and dignity.
What is sportsmanship? Sportsmanship is defined as: playing fair, following the rules of the game, respecting the judgment of referees and officials, treating opponents with respect.
Some people define good sportsmanship as the "golden rule" of sports --- in other words, treating the people you play with and against as you'd like to be treated yourself. You demonstrate good sportsmanship when you show respect for yourself, your teammates, and your opponents, for the coaches on both sides, and for the referees, judges, and other officials.
But sportsmanship isn't just reserved for the people on the field. Cheerleaders and fans also need to be aware of how they behave during competition. Sportsmanship is a style and an attitude; and it can have a positive influence on everyone around you.
Learning good sportsmanship means finding that the positive attitude learned on the field carries over into other areas of life. At school, for example, you're able to appreciate the contributions made by classmates and know how to work as part of a team to complete a project. You may enjoy more success at work as well, because a big part of learning good sportsmanship is learning to be respectful of others, including customers and co-workers.

 

64. The author introduces the topic of the passage by___________.
 A. showing an interesting discussion
 B. comparing several sport events
 C. explaining some game rules  
 D. giving some specific examples
65. When players play clean, ____________.
 A. they play in fresh air B. they play in a skilled way
 C. they play within the rules D. they play without hurting each other
66. The purpose of writing this passage is to ____________.
 A. advise readers to take some exercise B. provide some basic sport knowledge
 C. show the meaning of sportsmanship D. expect players to compete actively
D
We've all experienced a "good cry". Shedding (流) some tears can often make us feel better and help us put things in perspective. But why is crying beneficial? And is there such a thing as a "bad cry"?
The researchers analyzed the detailed accounts of more than 3,000 recent crying experiences and found that the benefits of crying depend entirely on the what, where and when of a particular crying episode (一段经历). The majority of persons reported improvements in their mood following a short period of crying. However, one third reported no improvement in mood and a tenth felt worse after crying. Criers who received social support during their crying episode were the most likely to report improvements in mood.
Research to date has not always produced a clear picture of the benefits of crying, in part because the results often seem to depend on how crying is studied. The researchers note several challenges in accurately studying crying behavior in a laboratory setting. Volunteers who cry in a laboratory setting often do not describe their experiences as making them feel better. Rather, crying in a laboratory setting often results in the study participants feeling worse;  this may be due to the stressful conditions of the study itself, such as being videotaped or watched by researchers. This may produce negative emotions, which neutralize (使无效) the positive benefits usually connected with crying.
However, these laboratory studies have provided interesting findings about the physical effects of crying. Criers do show calming effects such as slower breathing, but they also experience a lot of unpleasant stress, including increased heart rate and sweating. What is interesting is that bodily calming usually lasts longer than the unpleasant. The calming effects may occur later and overcome the stress reaction, which would account for why people tend to remember mostly the pleasant side of crying.
Research has shown that the effects of crying also depend on who is shedding the tears. For example, individuals with anxiety or mood disorders are least likely to experience the positive effects of crying. In addition, the researchers report that people who lack insight into their emotional lives actually feel worse after crying.
67. We can infer from the passage that __________________.
 A. people don't like being seen crying 
 B. crying in public makes people feel better
 C. a bad cry is as common as a good cry
 D. a good cry can sometimes help us face problems rightly
68. The beneficial effects of crying can be shown when _________.
 A. your breath becomes slow           B. you sweat a lot.
 C. your face turns pale               D. you are being watched


69. Who will be least likely to feel worse after crying?
 A. People who receive help in course of crying.
 B. People who fail to understand their emotions.
 C. People who are anxious and nervous.
 D. People whose mood is not in order.
70. The passage is mainly about ___________.
 A. the types of crying                 B. the way of crying
 C. the psychology of crying            D. the causes of crying
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。(注意:涂在答题卡上,E涂 AB  F 涂 AC   G涂 AD)
    ______71__________. Since that time, we've provided people like you --- teachers, doctors, salespeople, full-time parents --- with a way of having a great time, challenging themselves and reconnecting with family and friends.
The non-stop routine of everyday life – answering e-mails, sitting in staff meetings ---- can have a dulling effect on people's senses. _____72_____. Otherworld provides just such an opportunity. It is an experience participants cherish and remember for years afterwards.
Coming to Otherworld is like stepping into the pages of an adventure novel. You'll meet a host of characters, portrayed by our staff, who'll start bringing the world to life. Mysteries will begin to unfold around you.    73_____. You' ll see amazing sights and do things you never dreamed possible.
Suppose you were traveling to a foreign country. When you arrived, you might read a guidebook or visit a tourist booth to familiarize yourself with the laws and customs of the place you were visiting.      _______74______. Before the weekend, you'll receive a handbook, explaining Otherworld's customs and conventions. When you arrive at the weekend itself, there'll be a short briefing to review the handbook's contents.
Then you and your group are taken to the front door of the Inn at World's Edge. You'll see candles on each of the tables. A fire will burn in the fireplace. At many of the tables, people will sit talking, arguing, and laughing. These people are our staff volunteers. _____75_____.But now they are all costumed and playing roles as citizens of the village of World's Edge.
 A. And at that moment, the adventure begins.
 B. Otherworld Adventure Weekend starts in much the same way.
 C. They are the same people who welcomed you and helped you unload bags.
 D. Maybe some of the local people would talk to you, telling you about nearby attractions. .
 E. Otherworld was founded in 1992 with an idea: to give people an extraordinary adventure.
 F. Therefore, everybody needs a relaxing weekend - a good adventure to refresh themselves.
 G. As you and your friends work together to solve them, you'll find yourselves challenged in ways that are exciting, unexpected and fun.

第二卷(共四部分,共计45分)

第一节:单词拼写(共10小题;每小题1分,满分10分)
根据下列句子及所给汉语注释,写出空缺处各单词的正确形式。(每空只写一词)
76. My _________(本国的)language is Chinese.
77. He went through the forest under the __________(保护)of his dog.
78. There are seven ____________ (大洲) on the earth.
79. She is ____________(挑剔) about what she eats.
80. The patient was lying on the floor __________(失去知觉).
81. Some fossil __________(燃料)result in increase in carbon dioxide.
82. I was feeling_________ (不舒服) hot.
83. He has gained ______ (实践的) experience of sailing as a sailor.
84. The ten most ____________(频繁地) asked questions are listed below.
85. Nowadays we still can see rivers p________ with chemical waste from factories.
第二节:短文改错(共10小题;每小题1分,满分10分)
假定英语课上老师要求同桌之间交换修改作文,请你修改你同桌的以下作文。文中共有10处语言错误,每句中最多有两处,每处错误仅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。
The world is not only hungry, but also thirst. This may sounds strange, since nearly seventy percent of the earth's surface is covered with water. But about ninety percent of this is sea water. Man and most of the animals can only drink and use the remained ten percent of water --- fresh water. The need for water is increased day by day. Only when steps are taken to deal with this problem immediate can we avoid a severe worldwide water shortage later on. One of the first steps are to develop ways to reuse them. Experiments have already carried out in this field. The used water has been pumped to a water purifying plant that it can be separated from waste matters and treated with chemicals so that it can be reused again.
第三节:书面表达(满分25分)
留意一下我们的周边,可以发现陪读现象已然成风。请你根据以下要点写一篇短文,内容应包括:
1. 简要描述陪读现象;
2.分析父母陪读的原因(2至3个);
3.发表你对此的看法。  注意:词数100—120词。
 

参考答案

听力:1-20 ABABC    CACAC     CACAB   BBABA
单选:21-35CDCBC   BBCDC     BCADB  
完形:36-55BCADA    ACABD      BDAAB     ABCAC
阅读:56-70 ADDC      CBDA       DCC     DAAC   EFGBC
单词拼写:
1. native  2. protection  3. continents  4. particular  5. unconscious 
6. fuels   7. uncomfortably  8. practical  9. frequently  10. polluted
改错:
1.thirst-thirsty  2.sounds-sound  3.remained-remaining  4.increased-increasing 5.immediate-immediately  6.are-is  7.them-it   8.already carried 中间加入been  
9.that-where     10.again去掉
书面表达
Should Our Parents Accompany Us in Studying at School?
In recent years, many parents choose to accompany their children in studying, which has aroused a wide concern.
These parents are willing to leave their hometown, even quit their jobs to follow their children into the campus. Most of them rent an apartment nearby so as to take good care of their children. Parents consider it necessary to offer a better living condition to the kids. Meanwhile, it can allow them to keep track of the kids’ academic performance.
Nevertheless, what they’ve ignored is that it will get their kids into the habit of being dependent. Thus, they will never develop the ability of self-control in the future.
Trust leads to independence. So it seems to me that parents should create room for children’s growth and study, in order to ensure their overall development.
 

 

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