大庆一中高三年级上学期第一次月考
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  大庆一中高三年级上学期第一次月考

  英语试题

  第一部分:听力(共两节,满分30分)

  第一节(共5题;每小题1.5分,满分7.5分)

  听下面5段对话。每段对话后有一个小题,从试题所给的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. Where does the conversation take place?

  A. In a hotel. B. In a department store.    C. At a railway station.

  2. What’s the relationship between the two speakers?

  A. Friends. B. Strangers.      C. Classmates.

  3. Why didn’t Alice go to bed until late at night?

  A. She was doing her housework. B. She was working hard at her lessons.

  C. She was watching TV.

  4. What are the two speakers doing?

  A. Talking about going to the Xinhua Bookstore.

  B. Talking about seeing the woman’s uncle.

  C. Talking about what to do after work.

  5. What does the man intend to do?

  A. To buy a coat.    B. To try on a new coat.    C. To lend money to the woman.

  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。每段对话或读白读两遍。

  听第6段材料,回答第6至8题。

  6. What are the two speakers talking about?

  A. The woman’s school. B. The woman’s family. C. The woman’s plan.

  7. Which of the following is true according to the dialogue?

  A. She hasn’t decided about her job. B. She hasn’t thought about her job.

  C. She doesn’t want to leave school.

  8. What will the woman probably do in the end?

  A. She will go to college. B. She will become a secretary.

  C. She will become a hairdresser.

  听第7段材料,回答第9至11题。

  9. Where are the man and the woman going?

  A. To the bus station. B. To the police station. C. To the railway station.

  10. What does the woman think they should do?

  A. Take a taxi. B. Walk slowly. C. Leave the bags with police.

  11. What does the man find out at last?

  A. Fifteen minutes is too long. B. The traffic is moving too slowly.

  C. He is not able to carry both bags.

  听第8段材料,回答第12至14题。

  12. What is NOT true about the man?

  A. Water is running out from his leg. B. He can not breathe well after a walk.

  C. He hasn’t been sleeping well because of the pain in his leg.

  13. What has caused the trouble?

  A. The woman doesn’t know yet. B. He was burnt by boiling water.

  C. He has tired himself out in his work.

  14. What’s the woman’s name?

  A. Doctor Cook. B. Doctor Martin. C. The conversation doesn’t tell us.

  听第9段材料,回答第15至17题。

  15. What did the man put up on his wall yesterday?

  A. The picture he drew on his vacation. B. The picture he took. C. His picture taken last year.

  16. What doesn’t the man like?

  A. The pictures prepared for the camera. B. The daily life pictures.

  C. The pictures taken by others.

  17. How many cameras does the man use a lot?

  A. Many. B. Twelve. C. Two.

  听第10段材料,回答第18至20题。

  18. Who was Phil?

  A. My friend. B. A traveler. C. A businessman.

  19. What did the man want to know?

  A. He wanted to know where they were.

  B. He wanted to know what was in the sky.

  C. He wanted to know why the sky was strange.

  20. Why didn’t Phil tell him?

  A. Because he had drunk too much. B. Because he was in a strange town.

  C. Because he didn’t see anything in the sky.

  第二部分:阅读理解(共两节20小题,每小题2分,满分40分)

  第一节 (共15小题;每小题2分,满分30分)

  阅读下列短文,从每题所给的四个选项(A、B、C和D)中,选出最佳选项。并在答题卡上将该选项涂黑.

  A

  EFP Courses provide courses in English language and British culture. Our courses are aimed at students aged between 12 and 17 who are at pre-intermediate level or above in English. The courses are held in Guildford, a historic town near London.

  Typical structure of a one-week course

  Ø Up to 25 hours of English courses run by native speakers, qualified in teaching English as a foreign language and specialist drama teachers.

  Ø 2 full-day sightseeing trips to London and Oxford (at weekends)

  Ø Full board (全食宿) with local, English-speaking families.

  When we run the courses

  EFP courses can be organized only during British state school terms. For this academic year, courses can be booked between now and 23 May 2018 and between 30 May 2018 and 30 June 2018.

  Why choose EFP courses

  Ø In addition to our standard English classes, we also run drama and expression English classes, taught by specialist drama teachers.

  Ø We expose our students to British culture for the entire length of the course.

  Ø We tailor courses to each group’s needs, creating a unique experience for our students. Note that any changes to our courses are made within reason and only if all participants from a group share the same language level. Please see further details on our website.

  Length of a course

  EFP courses run for either one or two weeks depending on the specific requirements for your group.

  How to apply

  Please register your interest by sending an email to info@efpcourses.co.uk. By contacting us before you make any travel arrangement you can ensure that we set your courses as you require. For more details, please visit www.efpcourses.co.uk.

  See you in Guildford soon!

  21. What does the leaflet tell us about EFP courses?

  A. Their target students are teenagers of all English levels.

  B. They involve students in British culture activities during the whole course.

  C. Every individual participant is supplied with tailored language support.

  D. They are available on the school campuses in London and Oxford.

  22. Suppose you are to take EFP courses this academic year, you can ______.

  A. experience English dramas with English-speaking families.

  B. enjoy a special series of lessons for a whole school term.

  C. make a reservation from 1 June to 20 June.

  D. hand in an application by posting a letter.

  23. The purpose of this writing is to ______.

  A. offer students access to EFP courses

  B. demonstrate the popularity of EFP courses

  C. attract qualified teachers to EFP courses

  D. illustrate the importance of EFP courses

  B

  My divorce was now final and I needed to find a new home for me and my six-year-old son, Dash. A few days earlier I’d seen an ad. I was willing to try anything, so I contacted the owner, a woman named Camille. When she e-mailed me back I discovered she wasn’t renting a house at all. She was renting the attic (阁楼) apartment. I left her a message calling off our meeting.

  But Camille called me back and insisted I come over. So here I was. I pulled the car to a stop and looked up at the tiny cottage. The house was small as it was. The attic window looked too tiny to let much light in. We couldn’t live in a dark, depressing place. I could make do with almost anything. But Dash needs a good home, a place he really feels safe.

  No sense in wasting her time or mine. I knocked. The woman who opened the door was small and bright-eyed. She was much older than I’d guessed, but I could see she had the energy of someone half her age. She looked so sympathetic that I found myself wanting to keep talking to her. "We have to leave our home," I explained. "My marriage ended. I only have a few days to find something else, but I want it to be right."

  Camille nodded. "You’re a good mother. You never know the miracles that await you around the corner." Camille walked me to the door and wished me well. I got back in the car and snapped out of it. I drove off slowly, hoping to make the feeling last. I turned down a side street I didn’t recognize. I glanced out of the side window. Just up ahead was a cottage with a sign out in front: for rent.

  I pulled over. I found the owners had just bought the house themselves and were decorating it, hoping to find the perfect renters. They took me on a tour of the house that was like a copy of my list: a big bedroom for Dash, a backyard with trees, and a great school nearby. The house was meant for us!

  Camille was right. Miracles await us, just around the corner.

  24.How did the author feel after receiving Camille’s e-mail?

  A.Disappointed. B.Excited. C.Anxious. D.Content.

  25.Why must the author find a good place?

  A.To begin a new life. B.To give Dash a good education.

  C.For her son’s sake. D.For her and her son’s safety.

  26.What does the underlined part "snapped out of it" probably mean?

  A.Say something in an impatient voice.

  B.Stop feeling unhappy or depressed.

  C.Make a sharp noise suddenly.

  D.Lose control of one’s feelings.

  27.What message does the passage mainly convey?

  A.Never lose hope. B.No pains, no gains.

  C.Every little bit helps. D.Well begun is half done.

  C

  A new study by the British government has discovered that the mental well-beings of the country's teenage girls has worsened.

  The survey, which included 30,000 14-year-old students in 2005and 2014,showed 37 percent of

  girls with psychological stress,up from 34percent in 2005.British boys’ stress level was actually seen

  to fall over the same period from 17 percent to 15 percent.

  The report's authors pointed out the"advent of the social media age"could be a major contributing

  factor for increased stress among teenage British girls.

  "The adolescent years are a time of rapid physical, cognitive and emotional development," Pam

  Ramsden,a lecturer in psychology at the University of Bradford in the United Kingdom,wrote in a blog

  post."Teenagers interact with people in order to learn how to become competent adults.In the past they

  would associate with parents,teachers and other adults in their community as well as extended family

  members and friends.Now we can also add social media to that list of social and emotional development.

  Throughout adolescence,girls and boys develop characteristics like confidence and self-control.

  Since teenage brains have not completely developed,teens don't have the cognitive awareness and impulse control to keep from posting inappropriate content..Moreover,this content can easily be circulated far and wide implications.

  Social media can also feed into girls' insecurities about their appearance, Ramsden said. These

  sites often filled with images of people with body types unsuitable to the normal person.However these images and messages tied to them creep into societal standards.

  28.How does the survey tell the negative impact of social media?

  A.By making experiments B.By analyzing cause and effect

  C.By asking a question D.By telling a story

  29.According to Pam Ramsden, we can know

  A.teenagers interact with people to learn more about life

  B.teenagers hate sharing their thoughts with people around

  C.teenagers interact with others only through social media now

  D.teenagers will not post inappropriate content on the internet

  30.What does the message mainly tell us?

  A.The well-being of the teenagers in Britain.

  B.The social media's negative effect on teenager girls.

  C.The development of teenagers in Britain.

  D.How interact with teenagers in Britain.

  31.What is Ramsden's attitude towards the images with fine body shapes?

  A. Supportive. B. Indifferent. C. Critical D. Concerned.

  D

  Imagine a cat that does not need someone to clean up after it keeps an older person company and help them remember to take their medicine. That is the shared dream of the toy maker Hasbro and scientists at Brown University in Providence, Rhode Island. The researchers received a $3-million-dollar award from the National Science Foundation for a special project. They want to find ways to add artificial intelligence, or A.I., to Hasbro’s “Joy for All” robotic cat.

  The cat has already been for sale for two years. Though priced over 1000 dollars, it sold quite well. It was meant to act as a “companion” for older people. Now the project is aimed at developing additional abilities for the cat. Researchers at Brown’s Humanity-Centered Robotics Initiative are working to decide which activities older adults may need the most. They hope to make the cat perform a small number of activities very well. Such activities include finding lost objects and reminding the person to take medicine or visit their doctor. They also want to keep the cost down to just a few hundred dollars.

  It is an idea that has appealed to Jeanne Elliott. Her 93-year-old mother Mary Derr lives with her in South Kingstown. Derr has dementia (痴呆). The Joy for All cat that Elliott bought this year has become a true companion for Derr. The cat stays with Derr and keeps her calm while Eliot is at work. Elliott said a robotic cat that helps her mother to remember to take her medicine and be careful when she walks would be greater.

  The researchers are trying to learn how the improved cats will complete helpful activities and how they will communicate. They say that they do not want a talking cat, however. Instead they are trying to design a cat that can move its head in a special way to successfully communicate its message. In the end, they hope to create an exchange between the human and the cat in which the human feels the cat needs them. By doing so, the researchers hope they can even help prevent feelings of loneliness and sadness among elderly people.

  32. What’s the purpose of the project?

  A. To relieve the pain of the elderly. B. To promote the sales of a medicine.

  C. To help make the robotic cat smarter. D. To invent a robotic cat for the elderly.

  33. Compared with the old model, the new robotic cat will be .

  A. cheaper B. more expensive C. more talkative. D. smaller

  34. What does Paragraph 3 intend to tell us?

  A. The more functions of the cat, the better.

  B. The cat gives much help to the elderly.

  C. There is no cure for dementia at present.

  D. Mary Derr would have died without the cat.

  35. What can we infer from the last paragraph?

  A. A talking cat is quite popular among the elderly.

  B. Feelings of sadness among the elderly are unavoidable.

  C. Each family can afford such a cat in the future.

  D. The feeling of being needed is vital to the elderly.

  第二节 (共5小题;每小题2分,满分10分)

  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。

  One of the two major types of smog — consisting of smoke fog, sulfur dioxide (二氧化碳), sulfuric acid, ash, and soot (煤烟)一is called London smog. Indeed, the word smog is thought to have originated in England in 1905 as a short form of the words “smoke” and “fog.”

  Probably the worst case of smog in history started in London on Thursday, 4 December, 1952.

  36 A temperature inversion (逆温)placed a blanket of warm air over the cold air. With nightfall, a thick fog and below-freezing temperatures caused the people of London to put coal into their small stoves. Millions of these fires burned throughout the night, pouring sulfur dioxide and smoke into the air. The next day, Friday, the people continued to burn coal when the temperature remained below freezing. 37

  Saturday was a day of darkness. For twenty miles around London, no light came through the smog. The air was cold and still. 38 On Monday, 8 December, more than one hundred people died of heart attacks while trying desperately to breathe. 39

  By the time a light wind cleared the air on Tuesday, 9 December, more than 4,000 deaths had been caused by the smog. This is more people than were ever killed in any single hurricane, mine disaster, shipwreck, or airplane crash. 40 Air pollution events may not seem as serious and shocking as other disasters, but they can be just as deadly.

  A. Where does “smog” come from?

  B. Soot and ash can be removed in a scientific way.

  C. And the coal fires continued to burn throughout the weekend.

  D. A large cold air mass moved into the valley of the Thames River.

  E. The factories added their smoke and chemical gas to the atmosphere.

  F. This is more people than were killed in the attack on Pearl Harbor in 1941.

  G. The city’s hospitals were overflowing with patients with breathing-related diseases.

  第三部分 英语知识运用(共两节,满分45分)

  第一节 完型填空(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、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。

  I worried about my personal image and how I could be remembered during my boyhood. In the fifth grade, there seemed to be only one _41_ -----to be cool. In the sixth grade, suddenly, there were two choices: to be cool, or to be invisible. _42_, one day, when a teacher had us fill out a questionnaire with _43_ questions, I found the _44_ option.

  Assuming(假定)the teacher would read our answers privately, I felt it was _45_ to share my privacy. To my _46_ , she collected and redistributed(重新分发)them to us. We were asked to _47_ the name and our three favorite answers to the whole class. My answers went to the meanest boy in class.

  The first question was "What's your favorite movie?"I read my answer Beauty and the Beast. A laugh erupted and my cheeks _48_ .The next was "Where would you like to travel?"My answer was _49 _ special—"Wherever a book takes me." The _50_ this time had an explosive quality.

  I could _51_ remember what happened next; all that I had in mind was the laughter. But something amazing happened. A(n) _52_ came ,"Guys, cut it out."The room went _53_ .It's Michelle Siever, a popular and cool girl. Then she _54_ ,"Why are you laughing? What is the point of_55_if we just laugh at others?"

  I can't remember the teacher or the kids' names, but I remember Michelle's. When she _56_ for me that day, she _57_ me we actually have three choices if we want to be remembered.

  Be cool, and you might be remembered _58_ .Stay invisible, and you won't be remembered at all. But if you stand up _59_ someone when they _60_ you most, then you will be remembered as their hero for the rest of their life.

  41. A. tool B. choice C. chance D. purpose

  42. A. However B. In addition C. Therefore D. In fact

  43. A. personal B. funny C. various D. strange

  44. A. wrong B. former C. third D. latter

  45. A. terrible B. safe C. nervous D. interesting

  46. A. surprise B. anxiety C. delight D. expectation

  47. A. repeat B. remember C. compare D. read

  48. A. ached B. paled C. changed D. burned

  49. A. even B. still C. never D. always

  50. A. laughter B. question C. air D. class

  51. A. nearly B. exactly C. hardly D. surely

  52. A. request B. message C. order D. voice

  53. A. crazy B. silent C. angry D. empty

  54. A. announced B. smiled C. added D. stopped

  55. A. talking B. chatting C. arguing D. sharing

  56. A. talked about B. calmed down C. left behind D. spoke up

  57. A. reminded B. promised C. showed D. persuaded

  58. A. for a while B. finally C. again and again D. hopefully

  59. A. before B. with C. for D. by

  60. A. miss B. need C. value D. love

  第二节 语法填空(共15小题;每小题1分,满分15分)

  China has once again showed its ability to change the world with its “new four great ___61____(invent )” –high-speed rail ,electronic payment, shared bicycle, and online shopping.

  China's new-generation high-speed train, the Fuxing, is now one of the 62 (fast) trains in the world, which can travel at a speed of 350 km/h. Besides high-speed rail, China 63 (improve) people's lives in many other innovative ways over the last decade.

  Bike sharing, for example, is not new itself. But China has made 64 much more convenient and popular both in China 65 overseas. Leading Chinese bike-sharing companies Mobike and Ofo are now operating in foreign countries such as Singapore and Britain.

  And back in China, when riding a shared bike, you can stop 66 (buy) and eat whatever you want 67 (simple) with a tap of your phone. You could easily pay with your smartphone by 68 (scan) the seller's QR code. Cashless payment has grown into a 69 (choose) for Chinese people一even a pancake seller is using Alipay.

  Besides, the four innovative ways of life are most appealing 70 youths from 20 countries participating in the Belt and Road innovation, and they wish their countries would emulate China in terms of technological achievement.

  第四部分:写作(共两节,满分35分)

  第一节: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,请你修改你同桌写的以下作文。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。

  注意:1.每处错误及其修改均限一词。

  2.只允许修改10处,多者(从第11处起)不计分.

  Getting rid of the bad habit of procrastination (拖延症) is now my goal of life. My first step was to set small targets what can be reached realistically. For example, I plan to set a timetable for my study.So after school, I will put finishing homework in the last place. Additionally, I will make a list of my important task including their due dates but follow my schedule strictly. I will avoid find excuses for putting them off. At same time, I will ask for my friends and parents to help me. By achieving this small targets, I have confident that I will overcome procrastination.

  第二节:书面表达(共1题;满分25分)

  假定你校正在开展“根除陋习,创建文明校园”活动。请你以此为主题写一篇发言稿,向全校学生倡议:

  根除:乱扔垃圾,浪费粮食,吸烟…….

  提倡:讲礼貌,互助……

  注意:

  1.词数100左右;

  2.可以适当增加细节,以使行文连贯;

  3.开头和结尾已为你写好,不计入总词数。

  Dear friends,

  As is known to all, our school has launched a campaign against bad habits in order to establish a civilized campus,______________________________________________________________________

  ___________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________

  That’s all. Thank you!

  大庆一中高三年级上学期第一次月考考试英语答案

  I. 听力: 1-5 ABBCA 6-10 CACCA 11-15 CAACB 16-20 ACCBA

  II. 阅读理解: 21-23 BCA 24-27 ACBA 28-31BABC

  32-35CABD 36-40DECGF

  III. 完型填空:41-45 BAACB 46-50 ADDBA 51-55CDBCD 56-60 DCACB

  IV. 语法填空:

  61 inventions 62. fastest 63. has improved 64. it 65. and

  66. to buy 67. simply 68. scanning 69. choice 70. to

  V. 短文改错

  1.was---is 2.what ---that/which 3.last ---first 4.task---tasks 5. but—and

  6.find--- finding 7.same前加the 8.for 去掉 9.this ---these 10.confident---confidence

  VI书面表达:

  Dear friends,

  As is known to all, our school has launched a campaign against bad habits in order to establish a civilized campus.But I have noticed that a lot of bad behavior still exists in our school, which does great harm to the image of our school.

  Therefore, I strongly suggest that we students stop throwing rubbish everywhere and spitting in public.Besides, no one should make dirty remarks or waste food.Such bad manners as smoking and fighting should also be removed from our campus.At the same time, we should perform good manners all the time and everywhere.We also promote the spirit of helping each other and healthy competition.

  Once again I’m here earnestly calling on everyone to take action and contribute to making our school a nicer place.

  That’s all.Thank you

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