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2016届山东省昌乐二中高三上学期期中模拟英语试卷(带解析)

适用年级:高三试卷类型:期中试卷适用省份:山东试卷年份:2015年题数:10浏览数:2162解析人:易题库

一、阅读理解

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1.阅读下列短文从每题所给的ABCD项中,选出最佳选项。
  Sitting at a desk in a classroom all day can be pretty boring.
  The teachers at Ward Elementary in Winston –Salem, North Carolina, picked up on that and traded in their students’ desks for exercise bikes as a part of their Read and Ride program!
  The Read and Ride program began five years agoOne classroom has enough bikes for every student in any given class, and throughout the day teachers bring in their students to the room to ride them and read their books
  Even regular classrooms have one bike in the back of each room for students who just can’t sit still to use to help them burn energy in a good way
Students love being more active! Teachers enjoy seeing students eager to readParents appreciate stronger, smarter childrenHeadmasters value this effective and cost-free program“Riding exercise bikes makes reading fun for many kids who get frustrated(挫败的) when they readThus, they have a way to release that frustration while they ride,” said Scott Ertl, who started the program“As we can see, everyone wants to promote literacy and lose weight! But many students who are overweight struggle with sports and activities since they don’t want to always be the last or lose with others watching on the playgroundOn exercise bikes, however, students are able to exert(发挥)themselves at their own level—without anyone noticing when they slow down or take a break.”
  As it turns out, not only are the bikes helping the students burn calories, they’re also helping them learn better and stay focusedAt the end of the school year the school analyzed testing data and found that students that spent more time reading and riding did more than twice as well on reading tests than their fellow students who spent the least time in the program.
1Why did the teachers start the Read and Ride program?
  ATo get the students out of the classrooms.
  BTo make the students more active in sports
  CTo read effectively in an active way.
  DTo help the overweight students keep fit.
2According to Scott Ertlriding exercise bikes___________.
  Ais the least expensive way for exercise
  Bcan benefit overweight students in both ways 
  Cis the best way to build up students’ body
  Dis a good way to avoid being watched by teachers
3The program helps the students in the following ways except________
  Ahelp them learn better
  Breduce their reading difficulties
  Cbuild up their bodies
  Dimprove their learning concentration
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2.Nanjing and Hangzhou summer camps offered
    We are looking for hard-working and open-minded English teachers to join the Nanjing ( Jiangsu Province) and Hangzhou ( Zhejiang Province) summer camps !
    Both of the summer camps will run from the beginning of July to the end of AugustYou will be expected to teach spoken English to Chinese students of different agesWe encourage you to bring your own culture to the classes to make things more interesting.
The information of the Nanjing camp:
    ● Working hours: 40 hours per week, 5 working days per week.
    ● Salary: about 7, 000 RMB per month.
    ● Accommodation: free (single room).
The information of the Hangzhou camp:
    ● Working hours: 5 hours per day ( = 50 min./class x 6 classes), one day rest per week.
    ● Salary: 20,160 RMB in total (420 RMB per day = 70 RMB/class x 6 classes).
    ● Accommodation: free (shared room).
The requirements of the summer camps:
    ● Native English speakers (US, England, Canada, Australia, New Zealand).
    ● A university degree.
    ● Teaching experience.
    Please send us your resume (简历), copies of certificates and passport if you are interested in the camps.
E-mail: teacher1324@ sinacomcn
For more information you can visit our website at http://wwwEnglish summer camps.comcn.Look forward to hearing from you soon!
1What kind of people is the passage mainly written for?
  AChinese-English teachers
  BForeign-English teachers.
  CChinese-speaking students
  DEnglish-learning students.
2How long will a teacher work for the summer campsa?
  ALess than one month
  BAbout five weeks.
  CAbout eight weeks
  DMore than two months.
3Which of the following people might be accepted as a teacher at the summer camps?
  AWang Li, an excellent teacher from China.
  BRobert, a high school student from the USA.
  CLinda, an experienced university teacher from Canada.
  DJerry, a university student from Australia.
4Compared with the Nanjing camp, the Hangzhou camp __________.
  Ahas longer working hours
  Bhas fewer students to teach
  Cprovides better accommodation
  Dpays a higher salary
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3.  Gregory Kloehn digs through dustbins every day, but not for the reason that most people would thinkHe isn’t homelessIn fact he is trying to help the homeless.
  Gregory began his life as a sculptorBut he often felt that his sculptures, which just stood in rich people’s houses for years, lacked a meaningful purposeSo in 201l he decided to put his artistic energies into creating homes to sell—not ordinary homes but small structures built entirely from recycled materials.
  The thought of creating homes for the homeless didn’t occur to him until the year 2013, when a homeless couple asked him for a tarp(防水布)Instead of a tarp, Gregory offered them something better: a small home with a water tank, a kitchen and a trap for wasteThey were so grateful that Gregory decided to focus his efforts on helping house the homeless population in his cityAnd soon his “Homeless Homes Project” was started.
  Before starting a new home, Gregory, goes hunting for materials by digging through dustbinsEverything he finds is usable—refrigerator doors become house doors; washing machine doors often serve as windows, and the tops of cars become strong roofsHe put wheels at the bottom for users to move their homes around easilyEach home takes two to three days to make 
  So far Gregory has donated dozens of homes to the city’s most needyWhile his small low-cost mobile homes are not the final solution to the problem of homelessness, they are really practical and do provide a warm and safe place for the homeless to stay inThey are simply a way for one man to do something nice for those in need of some help.
  Gregory has written a book titled Homeless Architecture, where he explains techniques to build those homes and he is now working on weekend workshops“A lot of people who hear about what I’m doing want to get involved,” he said“Maybe we can meet someplace and put a couple of homes together.”
1Why did Gregory turn from making sculptures to creating homes?
  AHe had no home to live in  
  BHe had to make more money.
  CHe lost interest in sculpture.
  DHe wanted to help the homeless.
2The author mentions the story in Paragraph 3 to tell us____________.
  AGregory’s small homes were popular among the homeless   
  Bhow Gregory got the idea of “Homeless Homes Project”
  Cthe homeless couple asked Gregory to produce more homes
  Dhousing the homeless in a city was not an easy task
3What can we conclude from Paragraph 4?
  AGregory has great trouble hunting for materials for his small houses
  BIt takes Gregory a long time to produce a home    
  CGregory’s work requires imagination and creativity  
  DEverything in the dustbins will be used in Gregory’s work 
4What can we infer from the last paragraph?  
  AGregory’s project will help more homeless people.
  BGregory doesn’t need to make small homes now 
  CGregory’s work will completely solve the homelessness problem
  DA single person can make no difference to social problems
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4.    The Puritans (清教徒) get a bad reputation in Americaespecially when it comes to alcohol.
   Mayflower, the first ship that came over from England to Massachusetts Bay, actually carried more beer than waterIn fact the Founding Fathers of America liked a drinkSamuel Adams was a partner in his father’s brewery, and Thomas Jefferson was famous for importing European wines.
    Early Americans took a healthful small drink for breakfast, whiskey was a typical lunchtime drink, ale (麦芽酒) accompanied supper and the day ended with another drink called nightcapMost Americans in 1790 consumed an average of 58 gallons of pure alcohol a yearIn 1830, consumption reached 71 gallons a year and alcoholism was starting to have a serious influence on communitiesWomen and children might be in physical danger if the man of the house began drinkingIf he became ill or lost his job through drinking, there was no social safety net to support or protect his familyEventually, alcoholism was being treated as a disease.
    By the late 19th Century, support for Prohibition, banning the manufacture and sale of alcohol, was powerfulThe first arrest for driving under the influence of alcohol was in 1897On 16 January 1919, Prohibition was set into lawHowever, by the 1930s when American economy was experiencing a hard time it was widely believed that making alcohol legal again would provide badly-needed jobs and taxesSo in February of 1933, Prohibition was endedStill, Prohibition had a great influence on alcohol drinking in this countryIn 1955, Americans drank an average of 2.3 gallons of pure alcohol a yearThe Prohibition movement was still quite strong after Prohibition ended and it led to a lot of local prohibition on alcohol.
    The American presidency has done a lot to rehabilitate alcohol and make it respectable againPresidents Richard Nixon, Jimmy Carter, Bill Clinton, Ronald Reagan and Barack Obama can all be seen on film drinking socially and making official toasts with international celebrities.
1Which is TRUE about the Puritans according to the passage?
  ATheir ancestors came to America to sell alcohol.
  BThey founded the breweries in European countries.
   CThey had a habit of alcohol drinking.
  DThey were the major importer of alcohol.
2In what way was an alcoholic’s family affected by alcoholism?
  AHis family couldn’t afford the drink.
  BHis family might suffer financially.
  CHis wife and children might become ill.
  DHis family ought not be treated equally.
3What can be learned about Prohibition in America?
  AIt came into law in the 19th century.
  BIt discouraged alcohol drinking.
  CIts effect disappeared after its removal.
  DIt failed to forbid drunk driving.
4The passage mainly talks about__________.
  Athe brief history of alcohol drinking in America
  BAmerican presidents’ affection for alcohol drinking
  Cthe Puritans’ bad reputation in America
  Dthe reasons why Prohibition came into law
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报错
5.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。
   If something that you’re doing doesn’t challenge you, then it doesn’t change youWe all need some normal stress in our lives, after all  1  So challenge the following limits:
   Figure out what you’re scared of and do it continuously.
   If you’re a salesman, and you’re scared of talking to people personally or over the phone, now, instead of being scared and thinking you'll fail, spend at least five minutes a day to pick up the phone and make a call  2 But don’t stop on the first try! Eventually, you can look at fear in the eyes and say, “Go on, I’m not scared!”
     3
   Make sure this hobby is not linked to your career; you have to relax and relieve your stress while performing thisSome examples might be cooking, sewing, painting and so onApart from helping you challenge yourself, taking a class for your hobby may also give you extra income.
   Set aside at least nine minutes a day for physical exercise.
      4   A simple 9-minute run around your neighborhood can do wonders for yourselfExercise can not only help you maintain your regular weight, but also make you feel better about yourself.
   Travel and allow yourself to be interested in new people.
   Don’t just limit yourself to your fellow travelers-try to connect with the service staffYou never know what kind of people they’re going to beGet out of your house or go online right now to book your class   5
  AYou should do it continuously.
  BSomeone may hang up on you.
  CYou don't need to go to the gym.
  DRunning in the gym may be a better choice.
  EStart to travel now and learn to challenge yourself.
  FTake a class for a hobby you’ve been wanting to develop.
  GYou can never see any improvement if you stick to your comfort zone.
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二、完形填空

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6.阅读下面短文从短文后所给各题的四个选项(ABCD)中选出可以填入空白处的最佳选项。
  One Sunday, a mother took her son and little daughter to watch a circusIn the  1  of the circus, the little girl, Jenny, fell 2  in her mother’s lap(大腿)The brother, Jack, who was six, stayed awake, and  3  the latter half with his motherWhen it was over, the mother  4  Jenny in her arms and carried her to the bus stationIt was 5 that night, so she took off her scarf and gently  6  Jenny’s head with it
  When they arrived home, the mother  7 carried Jenny into the bedroom and  8  her to sleepAfter Jack had changed his clothes, his mother lay down next to him to talk about the evening together 9 , when the mother asked what he liked most, there was no  10  on his partShe was a little  11 He used to speak non-stop whenever something exciting happened
  She was 12  that something was wrong: he had been so 13  on the way home and while getting ready for bedShe  14   hearing nothing from him
  Suddenly Jack  15  on his side, facing the wallShe 16  why and got up to see his eyes welling up with tears
  “What is  17 , honey? ”
  He turned backShe could sense he was feeling some  18 for the tears although he wiped away the tears right away
  “Mom, if I were cold, would you put your scarf around me, too? ”
  Of all the  19  of that special evening out together, the most important for Jack was a little    20  of affection—a momentary, unconscious showing of her love to his little sister
In relationships, little things matter the most.a
1Abeginning    Bmiddle         Cend           Dcourse
2Atired        Bsick           Casleep        Dbored
3Awaited       Bheard          Cperformed     Denjoyed
4Atook up      Bpicked up      Cwoke up       Dheld up
5Adark         Bcloudy         Crainy         Dfreezing
6Acovered      Bshook          Cknocked       Dturned
7Asecond       Bnext           Cfirst         Dlast
8Abegged       Bforced         Cput           Dencouraged
9ATherefore    BFinally        CInstead       DHowever
10Asurprise    Bresponse       Cpleasure      Dimpression
11Apolite      Bdishonest      Crude          Ddisappointed
12Asatisfied   Bconvinced      Camazed        Djudged
13Arelaxed     Bstill          Cquiet         Dsad
14Aregretted   Bremembered     Cforgot        Dappreciated
15Aturned over Bturned up      Ctook over     Dlooked over
16Arealized    Bexplained      Clearned       Dwondered
17Aon          Bup             Cabout         Dover
18Adanger      Btime           Cembarrassment Dexperience
19Apeople      Bprocesses      Cperformances  Devents
20Amovement    Bsupport        Cact           Dbehavior
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三、阅读填空

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7.阅读下面材料在空白处填入适当的内容(1个单词)或括号内单词的正确形式。
  Scientists have discovered that__(stay) in the cold could help us lose weightResearchers at the University of California found that exposure to the cold increases levels of a protein that helps form brown fat--the type of fat that produces heat and keeps us warmBrown fat burns energy,   2  helps us lose weightWhite fat stores extra energy, which results  3    weight gainThe researchers said that because air conditioning and heating give us constant,    4    (comfort) temperatures, our body’s need for brown fat has decreasedThey found that: “Outdoor workers in northern Finland who  5   (expose) to cold temperature have  6    significant amount of brown fat when  7  (compare) to same-aged indoor workers.” The research was conducted on two different control groups of mice  8  group was injected with the protein that helps create brown fatThis group later gained 30% less weight after both groups were fed high-fat dietsThe researchers say this could be good news in the fight against obesityPeople who are obese have  9  (low) levels of brown fat than thinner peopleHead researcher Hei Sook Sul said, “This protein could become an important target for research into the treatment and prevention of obesity and obesity-related diseases.” She added, “If you can somehow increase levels of this protein, you could  10   (possible) lose more weight even if eating the same amount of food.”
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四、完成句子

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8.1It would be ___________________(believe) that such an honest fellow should have betrayed his friend.
2The smelly water has been found ______________(pollute) and no longer usable until the chemicals and wastes are removed from it.
3What impressed me in Greece was that the oceans _______________(surround) the islands were deep blue
4I’m having some flowers _______________(deliver) for her birthday.
5__________________(bring) up in the countryside made MrWilson very hard-working when he was very young.
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五、短文改错

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9.文中共有10处语言错误每句中最多有两处。每处错误涉及一个单词的增加、删除或修改。
  添加:在缺词处加一个漏词符号(),  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:在错的词汇的下面画一横线(__,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10多者(从第11处起)不计分。
  On the first day when I went to high school, I felt excitingAfter 9 years’ study, I felt I was so closely to universityDuring the first year, I made many friendsI got to know all of my  classmatesBecause the school work was tough, I shared happiness and sorrow for my friendsWhen second year came, I was arranged to other classI was worried that no one could talk to me, but I made new friends quicklyNow it was the last year of my high school life, but I'm determined to study harder and make a greater progressHigh school life is challenging for me, but I won’t give out 
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六、书面表达

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10.  Bookcrossing.com 是一个面向全球的图书分享网站。该网站组织的分享活动有两种参与方式:一种是自由分享(wild release), 即把书放在指定地点,由其他参与者自由获取;二是定向分享(controlled release), 即直接传递给另外一位参与者。
假设你实是李华,请用英文写信申请参加。内容应包括:
 1表明写信目的
 2选择一种分享方式
 3简述做出该选择的理由
 4希望了解更多的信息
Dear Mr or Mrs,
    I’ve learnt that ·
____________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________
__________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________
Yours, 
Li Hua
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