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2016届浙江省平阳县第二中学高三上学期期中考试英语试卷(带解析)

适用年级:高三试卷类型:期中试卷适用省份:浙江试卷年份:2015年题数:27浏览数:2124解析人:易题库

一、单选题

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1.Five years ago her brother was ______ university student of______ physics  
A.an; the
B.a; 不填
C.an; 不填
D.a; the
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2.We should look up to him as a shinning example of _____ to duty  
A.devotion
B.privilege
C.responsibility
D.burden
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3.----How long have you been in this office?
----Just a few minutesI_____ here together with my cousin  
A.have walked
B.had walked
C.have been walking
D.walked
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4.Take an active part in the activities you enjoy ____ you can make many friends  
A.where
B.when
C.that
D.what
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5.Most students in our class prefer taking pains in our studies to _____ with a better education  
A.equip
B.equipping
C.be equipped
D.being equipped
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6.At the meeting, the boss announced that all things ________ into consideration, the planned trip would have to be called off  
A.taken
B.taking
C.to take
D.being taken
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7._____opportunity has not found any sign of life, the presence of water means life is possible  
A.While
B.Because
C.When
D.Since
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8.---MrJohnson didn’t turn up at the meeting yesterday morning, did he?
--- NoWe ____ till twelve o’clockA whole morning was wasted  
A.had waited
B.have been waiting
C.are waiting
D.were waiting
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9.The young man waited in the park and after ____seemed half an hour the girl finally came  
A.that
B.it
C.which
D.what
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10.—You’ve been in college for half a yearAre you familiar with your president?
—YesHe is an outstanding leader who _____ his reputation
A.looks out for
B.comes up with
C.lives up to
D.looks forward to
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11.______on the opposite wall ____ one map together with dozens of pictures  
A.Hung; is
B.Hung; are
C.Hanging; is
D.Hanging; are
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12.The sports meet, originally _______ be held last Friday, was finally delayed because of the bad weather  
A.due to
B.thanks to
C.owing to
D.according to
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13.--- What do you think of the blind man?
--- I’ve never seen a man with _______ sense of touch  
A.a good
B.the best
C.the better
D.a better
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14.It is in the very village, ________ Mary was born 35 years ago, ________ she will build her first school, ________ inspires everyone to help her  
A.where; that; which
B.that; that; that
C.that; when; which
D.where; when; that
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15.It seems that living green is _____ easy and affordableA small step makes a big difference  
A.exactly
B.fortunately
C.surprisingly
D.hardly
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16.This printer is of good qualityIf it _______ break down within the first year, we would repair it at our expense  
A.would
B.should
C.could
D.might
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17.—Excuse me, I wonder if you can help me?  —Sure, ________?  
A.What help
B.What is this
C.What do you want
D.What is it
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18._______, the idea of having to work under a woman defeated him  
A.Wanting the job very much
B.Although wanting the job badly
C.Though he wanted the job very much
D.He wanted the job badly
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19.— I’m sorry to tell you that you made a mistake in your test
— How can that be? I did it _______ in class  
A.as told
B.as am told
C.as telling
D.as I told
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20.Tourism has already                in South Africa, a country thousands of miles away From West Africa of Ebola, which killed about 4,000 people  
A.increased
B.directed
C.declined
D.boomed
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第二部分 非选择题

二、完形填空

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21.  I got a guitar for my birthday, and since then I have been strugglingIt has awakened   1   side of myself within meAnd it couldnt have happened at a   2   time
  Im a senior, Im going to graduate soon and I know what   3   Im going toAnd now I have to deal with this little voice in my head constantly   4  me that Im going to be a rock star, not a scientist
  A few weeks ago I was given the  5   simple task of writing a short storyI sat down to   6   a beautiful work of fiction that would   7   my teacher and classmatesTo be honest, this is an area I generally feel very   8   inI really  9   it and such writing tasks used to take the least amount of timeSo I was trying to write my story, and   10   the room lay my beautiful birthday present
  Once upon a time, I wroteThen I stopped,   11   in my chair, and stared for a moment at the   12  Its dark red paint was   13   and I could see my reflection (倒影) in its perfect surfaceAnd then my reflection started dancing and singingI wasnt   14  , but it sure wasId follow its   15  So I seized my guitar and plucked (拨动) a stringI sat rocking with my guitar until late   16   the nightI was sure I was preparing for the   17   much more efficiently now that I wasnt spending time writing stories
  Needless to say, no story was written, and many   18   arose in my mindSince then, I have constantly asked, Am I   19   for not wanting to do my work anymore? More importantly,   20  , Ive learned I really am going to be a rock star
1Aouter        Banother        Cinteresting         Drelaxing
2Aworse        Bbetter         Cmore certain        Dmore modern
3Aconcert      Bcollege        Cplace               Dcity
4Ateaching     Badvising       Creminding           Dfooling
5Aseemingly    Bactually       Cobviously           Dpartly
6Aplan         Bcarry          Ccreate              Dcontinue
7Aruin         Bamuse          Cadmire              Dsurprise
8Ahappy        Brich           Cfortunate           Dstrong
9Aunderstand   Benjoy          Cfeel                Dmind
10Abelow       Bbeside         Cacross              Doutside
11Adigested    Bedited         Cstayed              D turned
12Apaper       Binstrument     Cfloor               Ddesk
13Arunning     Bfading         Cdeepening           Dshining
14Aplaying     Bdreaming       Cmoving              Drepeating
15Alead        Bmusic          Cspeed               Drule
16Aof          Bat             Cinto                Dfor
17Auniversity  Bfuture         Clife                Dexam
18Adoubts      Bfears          Cdiscussions         Dproblems
19Acurious     Blazy           Calone               Dnormal
20Athough      Btherefore      Cotherwise           Deven
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三、阅读理解

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22.  Miya volunteered abroad in Costa Rica with World Endeavors assisting at an orphanage(孤儿院)and teaching English at a school
  As a freshman at Yale University, Miya had plans to go to medical schoolKnowing that her next two summers would be occupied doing research, Miya decided to go abroad the summer after her freshman year.“I wanted to improve my command of the Spanish language and learn about the culture and history of another country, she explainedIn the summer of 2014, Miya volunteered for six weeks in the World Endeavors program in Atenas, Costa Rica, working in an orphanage and teaching English to children in grades one through six
  A long time before I left, I had positive expectations for the trip, said MiyaBut as the date grew closer she found herself getting more and more nervous.“I thought, what if my host family doesnt like me? What if I get sick?
  Her fears, as fears often are, turned out to be unfounded.“The people were so supportive and loving, said Miya.“I felt like I was part of the family.”
  Miyas host family had a large network of cousins who all lived within shouting distance The family would cook together, and at night would go dancing, talk or eat ice creamShe noted that the World Endeavors staff on locationDiego and Mercedes, and Mercedes husband and daughter were particularly helpful, taking her right to her neighborhood from the airport, and checking up periodically to make sure everything was going well
  While her nights were spent dancing, cooking, and talking with her host family, Miyas days were occupied with the children of her host city.“I would teach in the morning, and work in the orphanage in the afternoon, said Miya, whose placements were within walking distance from her host familyWhile the children were a lot of work, Miya felt a strong connection to the kids in the orphanage
  Miya noted that Costa Rica is one of the more developed countries in Central America A nearby Internet café, for example, helped her to stay in touch with her family while she was awayAnd now, back in the United States, the Internet helps her keep in touch with her host familyTheir correspondence continues in SpanishAnd her host parents, Rosario and Jorge, recently sent Miya a Christmas card through the mail
  Back at school, Miya continues to pursue her instinct to improve education through volunteering She participates in a mentoring group and works on a community health education program for high school studentsHer time in Costa Rica, she says, fits right into my interests in global health.”
1What is World Endeavors?
  AIt is a program to help people do voluntary job
  BIt is an orphanage in Costa Rica
  CIt is a school that needs English teachers
  DIt is a community that has health education program
2What can you know about Miyas host family from the passage?
  AThey took her to her neighborhood from the airport
  BThey checked up periodically to make sure everything was going well
  CThey had a large network of cousins who all lived far away from each other
  DThey treated her as a family member
3Which of the following is correct about Miya?
  AShe taught English in a middle school in Costa Rica
  BThe orphanage she worked in is very close to her host family
  CHer days were occupied with the children of her host family
  DShe did not have much work when she worked in the orphanage
4What can we infer from the last two paragraphs?
  AMiya is not doing some voluntary jobs back at school
  BShe lost touch with her faimly while she was in Costa Rica
  CShe still corresponds with her host family on the internet in English
  DThe experience abroad fits into her interests in global health
5What is the best title for the passage?
  AMiya, Volunteer in Costa Rica
  BMiya, Teach English in Costa Rica
  CMiya, Work in an Orphanage in Costa Rica
  DMiya, Study at Yale University
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23.SELF-REFLECTION OF TEACHING PRACTICES READING, WRITING,TALKING

Please do not sign your nameMark the responses that most nearly reflect your teaching practicesThis is one way to reflect your practices and how much you got out of it
Keep one copy and give one to your tutor(s0
HOW OFTEN:
0=never                    1=rarely            2=sometimes (1-2x/ week)
3=moderately(3x/week)         4=often(4x/week)      5=daily

1According to the passage, who most probably mark the responses in the form?
  AProfessional tutors
  BLanguage teachers
  CPersonal physician
  DPsychological therapist
2According to the passage, which frequency degree would you choose if you carry out the practice in the form not at all often?
  A0
  B1
  C2
  D3
3MrKent bears EXTENTION OF LEARNING idea in mind, he quite often tends to ______
  Aalways set groups to encourage students to work out something by putting heads together
  Bprepare grade-level materials for teaching
  Cdevelop students reading skills during pre- while-and- post-reading stage
  Dprovide students with extra learning materials to further their study
4MrsGrace likes to share her version of tasks outcome in class, which could be labeled ____
  AASSESSMENT OF LEARNING
  BKNOWLEDGE CONSTRUCTION
  CDEVELOPMENT OF STRATEGIES
  DSELF-SELECTION
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24.  Heres something that might make you feel a little better the next time you have a serious case of hanger - youre not being irrational or unreasonable, its just science
    The concept of being hangry - angry because youre hungry - comes up among ScienceAlert staffBut theres nothing wrong with being hangry - theres a scientific reason why having low blood sugar can make some people aggressive
    According to a study published earlier this year, blood sugar levels directly related to how married couples were likely to treat each otherWorking with 107 couples over three weeks, the researchers, led by psychologist Brad Bushman from the Ohio State University in the US, found that when individuals experienced lower than usual blood sugar levels, they became increasingly aggressive and mean towards their significant others
    This was measured through the use of a good old-fashioned voodoo doll the volunteers were each given one, along with 51 pins, to represent their spouse-a partner in marriageEach persons aggressive impulses冲动were then measured based on how many pins they stuck into their spouse-dolls every night throughout the experiment
    Aggression, on the other hand, was measured by volunteers blasting炮轰their spouse with a loud and unpleasant noise in the headphones they had to wear
Turns out that the volunteers who experienced the lowest blood sugar levels stuck more pins into their voodoo dolls, and forced louder and longer blasts of noise on their spouses than those who had plenty of glucose(葡萄糖) in their system
    "People are often the most aggressive against the people to whom they are closest intimate partners, the researchers concluded"Intimate partner violence might be partly a result of poor self-controlSelf-control of aggressive impulses requires energy, and much of this energy is provided by glucose from the food we eat"
    As Susannah Locke explains at Vox, glucose is the only molecule(分子) that our brains will accept as fuelThis means, quite simply, that when were not producing enough glucose, our brains wont function properlyIt also means that we lack the energy we need to maintain self-control, which is why were more likely to hit or criticize others suddenly in an uncharacteristic manner when we havent eaten in a while
1According the passage, what can make you feel better? 
  AKnowing that your are being irrational
  BKnowing that your are being angry
  CKnowing that you are being hungry
  DKnowing that you are angry for a reason
2How did the researchers get the final result of the experiments in various ways? 
  ABy making good use of a doll to represent their spouse
  BBy using voodoo dolls , pins and headphones to measure their aggression
  CBy measuring aggression based on how many pins they stuck into their dolls  
  DBy measuring aggressive impulses in terms of their blasting their spouse with a noise
3Which of the following is right according to Susannah Locke?
  AGlucose is our brain's fuel
  BWe lack energy to control ourselves
  C Without glucose, our brain will function properly
  DWe are more likely to lose control if we produce enough glucose
4From the passage, in which condition will you be more likely to feel angry? 
  AAt 8:00 am, you are driving a car alone after having breakfast 
  BAt 1100 am, you are in your office with colleagues waiting for the lunch
  CAt 5:00 pm, you are cleaning the house at home while your wife is cooking
  DAt 6:00 pm, you are taking a walk with your family after having dinner
5What did researchers conclude from the research?
   ALower blood sugar level had less pins stuck than higher blood sugar
   BPoor self-control could cause aggression between intimate partners
  CPeople are often the most aggressive against the strangers
  DPeople with more glucose force louder blasts of noise
6What does the underlined word aggressive in the second paragraph mean?
  A有进取心的
  B好争斗的
  C积极的
  D乐观的
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25.下面文章中有5个段落需要添加小标题(第81—85题)。请从以下选项(ABCDEF)中选出符合各段意思的小标题。选项中有多余选项。
  The engine in your body
  The location, size and heartbeat of a heart
  What happens when the heart beats?
  How does your heart work?
  How do we know about the heart?
  What can a doctor tell by feeling your pulse?
  1_______ Your heart is sometimes called the engine or the motor in your body and sometimes called the pumpIt works away, both day and nightFirst it pumps out some blood, rests for a few seconds, and then it pumps some moreIn a normal day, the heart pumps about 2,500 gallons of blood from the auricles and ventricles
  2________ When your heart beats, it is pumping blood to all parts of your bodyIf you could examine your heart closely, you would see that it is really two pumps placed side by side, and working at the same timeEach pump has two parts, the upper part called the auricle(心房), and the lower part called the ventricle(心室)The auricles receive the blood as it comes into them after it has been pumped through the bodyThe ventricles pump the blood outThe right one pumps the blood to the lungs and the left one pumps the blood to all other parts of the bodyAt the top and bottom openings of each ventricle are valves(阀门) which make the blood go in only one direction
  3_______ Your heart is located in your chest, a little to your leftThis heart of yours, which is about the size of your two fists held together, beats about 90 times a minuteA grown person’s heart beats about 60 to 80times a minuteThe heartbeat is not just the same in all persons, and it is not the same in any one person at all times
  4________ By using a stethoscope to listen to the heart, the doctor can tell whether your heart is beating evenly and whether the valves are closing tightlyThe stethoscope makes these sounds so clear that the doctor can hear them easilyThe stethoscope has an earpiece that he places on your chest and tubes that he places in his earsThe earpiece carries the sound of your heart’s beating along the tubes to the doctor’s ears, and it makes the sound seem much louder than it really isThe doctor could listen to your heartbeat by pulling his ears against your chest
  5________ An easy experiment can help you understand what happens when the heart beatsYou can do this experiment with a hollow rubber ballMake a small hole in it, and fill the ball with water through the holeWhen you squeeze the ball, you will notice how the water comes out in a spurt each time you squeezeAfter each spurt the ball comes back to its round shape againSomething like this happens when your heart beatsThe muscles in your heart grow smaller, or contract, and squeeze the blood out of the heartEach time this happens, we say your heart is beatingPerhaps you have noticed that the doctor places his finger on the pulse in your wrist when you are illBy doing this he can tell how fast your heart is beating
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四、短文改错

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26.  A group of frogs were traveling through the woodsAnd two of them fall into a deep holeWhen the other frogs saw how deeply the hole was, they told the two frogs that we were as good as deadThe two frogs ignored the comments and try to jump up out of the hole with effortsThe other frogs kept telling them to stopping, and that they were as good as deadFinally, one of the frogs believed that the other frogs were saying and gave upHe fell down and diedThe other frog continued to jump as hard as he couldOnce again, the crowd of frogs shouted him to stop and just die
  He jumped even the harder and finally managed itWhen he got out, the other frogs said, “Didn’t you hear us? “The frog explains that he was deafHe thought they were encouraging him the entire times
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五、书面表达

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27.假设你是李华,最近你的朋友Lily写信说他们学校有演讲比赛,但是她不打算提前准备。
请给她写一封回信,内容包括:
    1.举例说明充分的准备和成功之间的重要关系;
    2.作为高三学生,你认为如何才能做好充分准备迎接高考。
注意:
    1.词数120左右;
    2.短文须包括所给要点,但不必逐句翻译;
    3.可以适当增加细节,以使行文连贯;
    4.文章的开头和结尾已经给出,不计人总词数。
Dear Lily,
  I am writing to tell you that making full preparations is vital to success_______________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________
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