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天津市河西区 2015-2016 学年度第二学期高三年级总复习质量调查 (二)

本试卷分第 I 卷(选择题) 、第 II 卷(非选择题)两部分,共 130 分,考试用时 100 分钟。 第 I 卷(选择题共 95 分) 第一部分: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) 1.- Can I speak to Ken? - _____ I’ll go and see if I can find her. A. Take your time. C. Who’s that? A. dream C. hesitate A. target C. power A. cautious about C. satisfied with performance in examinations. A. building C. build B. to build D. to have built B.Hang on a minute. D. Of course. B. appeal D. bend B. function D. environment B. allergic to D. fond of

2. If you are in trouble, don’t ____ to ask Mike for help; heisalways willing to lend a hand.

3. As long as you have a clear ____ in study and work hard for it, you will achieve it.

4. If you are ____ a food or drink, you can remove it from your diet.

5. It wasmy confidence for public speaking that I took the course, not to improve

6. —Is there any power left in your cell phone? Mine is dying. —Oh, sorry! There is _____ left in my cell phone, either. A. anything C. none 7. A.Standing on the top of B. no one D. nothing B.If you climb to

the tower building, where you see the whole city.

C.When you reach the top of

D. Get to the top of

8. — Where are my new sneakers? Have you seen them? — How _______ I know? I’m your sister, not your servant. A. shall C. will B. should D. might

9. Frequently single-parent children ____ some of the responsibilities that the absent adult in the house would have served. A. take off C. take in B. take after D. take on

10.They are always short of water to drink, ______ less to bathe in. A. much C. rather 11.-Am I bothering you? -No. _____, I like you to accompany me. A. In a nutshell C. In the end B. On the other hand D. On the contrary B. too D. no

12. His sister had become a teacher, ______ was what he wanted to be. A. which C. that B. what D. who

13. _____ is known to all is that watching TV properly may make our mind broad and our life rich. A. It C. What B. As D. That

14. My bicycle is not available, for it ______ repaired. A. has C. is being B. is D. has been

15.-How much of the foreign expert’s speech have you understood? - Next to nothing. How I wish I ____ harder at English. A. have worked
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B. were working

C. would work

D. had worked

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,掌握其大意,然后从 16~35 各题所给的 A、B、C、D 四个选项中, 选出最佳选项。 On his 67th birthday, Dad had a heart attack. He was 16— he survived. But something17him had died. His passion for life was gone. He refused the doctor’s18, and his bitter attitude made every visitor19. Dad was left alone. I asked Dad to come and live on our small farm, 20the fresh air would do him good. A week later, I 21the invitation. He criticized everything here. Frustrated, I decided something had to be done. One day I read an article saying several depressed patients’ attitudes had22dramatica lly (显著 地) when given dogs. That afternoon I drove to the animal shelter, where a pointer’s eyes caught my attention. They watched me23. A staff member said: “He’s been here for two weeks with nothing heard. His time is24tomorrow.” I turned to the man in horror. “You mean to 25him?” “Madam,” he said coldly. “We don’t have 26 for every unclaimed dog.” The pointer’s calm brown eyes 27 my decision. “I’ll take him,” I said. On arriving home, I took the dog to Dad’s room. “Look what I got you!” I said 28. Dad frowned (皱眉) and murmured. “I don’t want it”. Then, suddenly, the pointer 29from my grasp. He sat down in front of Dad. Dad’s anger 30, and soon he was hugging the animal. It was the beginning of a 31. Dad named the pointer Cheyenne. Together they spent long hours walking down country roads and relaxing on the banks of streams. Dad’s32faded, and he and Cheyenne befriended each other. Then, one night two years later, Cheyenne rushed into my bedroom as if telling something. Running into Dad’s room, I found he had33. Two days later, my grief (悲伤) 34 when I discovered Cheyenne lying dead beside Dad’s bed. While burying him near their favorite stream, I silently 35 the dog for restoring Dad’s peace of mind. 16. A. helpless 17. A. about 18. A. orders 19. A. pitiful 20. A. imagining 21. A. forgot B. dangerous B. for B. descriptions B. upset B. guessing B. regretted C. unusual C. inside C. designs C. concerned C. hoping C. admitted D. lucky D. around D. ideas D. sympathetic D. supposing D. opposed

22. A. improved 23. A. anxiously 24. A. up 25. A. release 26. A. time 27. A. refused 28. A. patiently 29. A. pulled free 30. A. st ayed 31. A. long patience 32. A. bitterness 33. A. left home 34. A. weakened 35. A. praised

B. differed B. seriously B. over B. adopt B. room B. doubted B. suddenly B. set back B. melted B. painful adoption B. sympathy B. gone out B. deepened B. apologized

C. grew C. restlessly C. off C. kill C. worry C. expected C. carefully C. kept off C. continued C. lonely separation C. regret C. turned up C. stopped C. thanked

D. transformed D. calmly D. out D. reject D. patience D. challenged D. excitedly D. slipped away D. strengthened D. warm friendship D. worry D. passed away D. closed D. begged

第二部分:阅读理解(共 20 小题;每小题 2.5 分,满分 50 分) 阅读下列短文,从每题所给的 A、B、C、D 四个选项中,选出最佳选项。 A Active Challenge Weight loss camp for girls aged 13-18 in Canada
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Location: Beautiful Bear Creek Outdoor Center Near Ottawa, Ontario Season: July 2nd-August 28th Capacity: 40

Activities include: hiking, rafting, canoeing, yoga, cooking, camp skills, mountain biking, nutrition classes, swimming, fitness classes etc. Choose what you like!

Active Challenge is a weight loss program specially for young women. The burden of being overweight is heavier than just the extra pounds. We use outdoor adventures to challenge the girls, to give them something to draw strength from. Because you’ll be losing weight alongside young women just like you, you’ll find no one laughing at you and you’ll help each other. At Active Challenge you’ll make lifelong friends with young women of your own age and learn to love new adventurous activities. Unlike any other weight loss program, Active Challenge is designed so you’ll lose weight and have the strategies and skills to keep the weight off forever. Active Challenge does not put you on a diet. We follow the Canada Food Guide to healthy eating and exercise a ppropriate portion control. We help you develop healthy habits.

The staff at Active Challenge combine experienced outdoor adventure professional with highly qualified clinicians. All of us are absolutely devoted to helping you achieve lasting behavioral change and weigh loss. Most of all we are devoted to having a great time doing it. Pre-Camp: Upon registration in Active Challenge, a registration package will be sent out to you with forms to be completed before camping as well as program preparation materials, an introduction to Active Challenge and pre-program personal challenge assignments to get you on your way toward a healthier you. Post-Camp: Our post program is designed to keep you f ocused and remind you of the goals that you set during the camp. We will send you home with your personal meal and exercise plan and keep in touch with you for a full three months after the camp ends through letters, emails and phone calls, tracking your progress and giving you strategies and support. 36.Why are outdoor adventurous activitiesheld for girls? A. To lose weight quickly B. To have fun. C. T o make them stronger. D. To keep fit.

37. How will girls feel about the atmosphere at Active Challenge? A. Friendly and supportive. B. Competitive and challenging. C. Cold but exciting. D. Lonely but safe. 38. After registration, girls _____. A. should go to buy the program preparation materials B. will be in informed how to get prepared for the program C. should learn some skills and strategies to lose weight D. will have to finish some challenging tasks at home 39. The post-camp help will last until_____. A. the end of November B. girls can keep weight off forever C. the beginning of the next year D. girls achieve success in their lives 40. What is the main purpose of the passage? A. To explain the popularity of Active Challenge. B. To share skills and strategies of losing weight. C. To introducethe importance of losing weight. D. To invite girls to join in Active Challenge.

B Police Officer Tidwell left the station just after 8 a.m. on Sunday June 4. He had spent a boring night on ugby Hall road and after a minute or two he saw a man climbing down a drainpipe (雨水管) from an open bedroom window of Number 29. In silence, Tidwell crept into the garden. The man reached the ground and was dusting himself down when he felt his arm caught. “It’s 8:15 on a Sunday morning,” said the officer, “and this sort of thing seems an unlikely adventure at such a time. Would you mind explaining?” The man was obviously scared but tried to keep calm. He said, “I know what you are thinking, officer, but it isn’t true. This is a funny mistake.” “It’s part of my job to take an interest in unusual events. I think you’ve just left this house in a manner other than the customary one. That may be quite innocent, but I’d like to make sure.” Tidwell took out his notebook and a pen. “Name, address and occupation and then, please, tell me your story...” “Charlie Crane, lorry driver, from Nottingham, 51 Breton Street. My story…” “Yes. What were you doing like a fly on that wall, Mr. Crane?” “Well, I had a breakdown yesterday and had to stay the night here. Bed and breakfast. The land-lady’s name is Mrs. Fern. She gave me breakfast at seven, and I was out of here in the right way and down at the lorry by half past seven. Only when I felt around for a cigarette did I realize I’d left $80 in my envelope under the pillow here at number 29. I always put it under my pillow at night. It’s a habit I’ve got into. I even do it at home...” “I see. Why didn’t you miss it when you went to pay Mrs… What’s her name?” “I’d paid her last night. You’ve got to pay when you take the room, see? So I came rushing back, but it’s Sunday, and she’d gone back to bed, and could I wake her? I rang the bell and banged on the front door for ten minutes before I came round here to the back and spotted my bedroom window still open. Up I went, then, up this pipe. It’s a trick I learned in the army. She didn’t make the bed, and money was still there. You know the rest, I hope you believe it because... ” “Mr. Crane, whatever are you doing here? I thought you’d gone an hour ago.” It was Mrs. Fern, speaking from the kitchen at the corner of the house. 41. Why was Tidwel l walking along the path behind Dugby Hall road? A. He usually discovered something suspicious along that way. B. He had an appointment with a man at number 29 there. C. He chose to go that way by chance. duty and was looking forward to his day of rest. By habit he took a short-cutdown the path behind D

D. He knew he would get home quicker that way. 42. The police officer questioned the man because ______. A. he had seen him do a strange thing B. he thought he knew him C. the man had fallen and needed attention D. the man had tried to escape from a window 43. Crane st ayed the night at number 29 because ______. A. he had lost his way in the dark B. there was something wrong with his lorry C. Nottingham was too far for him to drive that night D. he had suddenly fallen ill that night 44. Why didn’t the man realize he had left his money at the landlady’s e arlier? A. Because he trusted the landlady. B. Because he had put the money under the pillow. C. Because he had no occasion to remember the money thing. D. Because he was in such a hurry that morning. 45. In the end, Officer Tidwell would probably ______. A. take Crane back to his office B. accuse Crane of misbehaving C. just let Crane go D. force Crane to pay Mrs. Fern some money

C People may use the expression “birdbrain” in English to talk about someone who is stupid, but crows prove that this is unfair. Now it has been discovered that crows may understand analogies (类推法). It was once thought that only humans could understand analogies, which help us to solve problems creatively, put things into categories, and make scientific discoveries. To test this ability in animals, scie ntists do “relational matching-to-sample”(RMTS) tests, according to the IFL Science website. If a pair was AA, for example, then picking BB to match it would be correct. If the pair was CD, however, then EF would be correct. Apes and monkeys have learned RMTS, but scientists wanted to know if crows could do it, too. An international team led by Edward Wasserman from the University of Iowa in the US first trained two hooded crows to match things by color, shape, and number in what is called “identity matching-to-sample(IMTS) ”, then moved onto RMTS. For the IMTS test, the birds were put in a cage with a plastic tray that had three cards and two cups in it. The card in the middle was the sample card. The cups on either side were covered with the other two cards: One was the same as the sample (in th e color, shape, or number of

shapes pictured), while the other wasn’t. The cup with the card that matched the sample card contained two wormsto eat. In the second part of th e experiment, the birds were tested with relational matching pairs. A card with two same-sized circles, for example, meant they should pick the test card with two same-sized squares and not two different-sized circles. The birds did well in the more difficult test and picked the correct card more than three quarters of the time, Science News reports. Wasserman was surprised that crows were able to solve the problem without any training in RMTS. “What the crows have done is extraordinary,” he said in a news rel ease. “Honestly, if it was only by force that the crows showed this learning, then it would have been an impressive result. But this was spontaneous .” So perhaps it’s time to stop saying “birdbrain” permanently! 46. Why does the author mention the expression “birdbrain” in the opening paragraph? A. To get the reader interested in the origins of the expression. B. To urge people to stop saying that birds are stupid. C. To introduce the topic of Edward Wasserman and his experiments. D. To introduce recent findings about crows’ intelligence. 47. Which of the following is TRUE about the tests on the hooded crows? A. The birds did better in RMTS than in IMTS. B. The birds were first made to do RMTS, then IMTS. C. The birds picked almost all the correct cards in RMTS. D. In the IMTS test, the birds needed to identify the s ample card to get rewards. 48. In the RMTS test, if the birds were given the sample card with two same-sized triangles, they had to pick the test card with _____. A. two same-sized circles B. one circle and one triangle C. two different-sized circles D. two different-sized triangles 49. The underlined word “spontaneous” in the second-to-last paragraph is closest in meaning to _____. A. central B. creative C. natural D. predictable 50. Which of the following can be the best title for the passage? A. Monkeys Are Clever Than Crows B. Crows Show Cleverness C.Crows Did Well in RMTS D. Crows May Understand Analogies
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D Many French academics, teachers and parents complain because they feel that intellectual levels are falling rapidly! The figures prove it: young people visit museums less, spend their lives chatting on the Internet, read nothing but Stephen King, while watching American soaps such as Friends or reality shows like Star Academy on television, music player glued to their cars, and the games console handy.
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It is, however, easy to see these habits in a positive light. Music is the favorite leisure activity: 86% of 14-to18-year-olds put it at the top of their activities, above the cinema(71%), clubbing(68%), sport(56%) and television(48%). For 90% of young people aged 14 to 18, radio is also very popular: they listen to it every day without exception. International popular music has a strong showing, but songs in French are still in the majority(60%). Young people do, of course, watch a lot of television, but less than their elders, and if they tend to choose mostly soaps and reality TV shows, that is because these are the programs people talk about, which encourages social interaction. Do young people read less than they used to? Maybe, but that’s also true of the elders. Young people still read more than their elders. When asked, “Do you like reading?”, 94% of 14-to-18-year-olds say they do, and 81% are convinced that computers will never replace books. Contrary to popular belief, reading continues to occupy an extremely important place in leisure-time activities, but the reading matter young people choose has changed considerably: there is a greater variety of media(computers and new technologies) and young people admit to taste they would perhaps have been ashamed of in the past. For example, comic strips, Stenphen King or other authors not recognized by mainstream culture, such as Betty Mahmoody (Not Without My Daughter), Mary Higgins Clark or Jostein Gaader (Sophie’s World). As Beatrice Toulon, Editor in Chief of the magazine Phosphore, see it, “They don’t read the same things as their parents did, but they are not afraid to admit it. They have their own culture, which they flaunt(炫耀) openly!” 51. The underlined part “in a positive light” in Paragraph 2 can best be replaced by _____. A. in the long term B. during the daytime C. from an optimistic angle D. beyond reasonable doubt

52. Wh ich activity is the most popular with young French people? A. Music. B. Sport. C. Cinema. D. TV. 53. We can infer that young French people _____. A. are ashamed of their tastes B. are proud of their own culture C. share their parents’ tastes in reading D. admit that they read less than their parents 54. What is the author ’s attitude towards intellectual levels in France? A. Worried. B. Doubtful. C. Uninterested. D. Approving.
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55. Which of the following can be best title for the passage? A. The Future of Books B. More Books, Less TV C. Young People and Culture in France D. Young People and Their Elders in France

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注意事项: 1.第Ⅱ卷共 2 页,用黑色的钢笔或圆珠笔直接答在试卷中。 2.答卷前,请将密封线内的项目填写清楚。 第三部分:写作(共两节,满分 35 分) 第一节 阅读表达(共 5 小题;每小题 2 分,满分 10 分) 阅读下面短文,按照要求完成阅读任务。
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[1]We all have stories to tell about a father and some of these stories are funny, some are of encouragement and some are filled with sorrow. One such story happened many years ago but I always remember it as if it had happened yesterday. M y father was a music teacher who traveled to farm homes in smaller communities to teach his students. He left home around one p.m. each afternoon to start teaching and would return around ten or eleven o’clock long after everyone, except my mother, was asleep. [2]Mother was the ruler of the home. She was a strict taskmaster, demanding that we all obey the rules without any excuse. When we didn’t, there were always immediate consequences. [3]However, one day I made a big mistake and my mother warned me that my father would deal with me. I was relieved because I knew I would be in bed long before he got home. At night, I went to bed early just in case my dad came home. I figured it this way: I would fall asleep when he got home and therefore he wouldn’t wake me up to punish me, and by the time morning rolled around, he would forget the whole thing. But I was fallacious. I got up thinking all was well but instead, dad called me in to the playroom. He told me how disappointed he was in me. He then told me that I would lose the privilege of playing with any of my toys for the next two days. [4]I still remember that incident vividly. The reason why I remember it so well is that it taught me a good lesson. And, that lesson is that consequences will befall you no matter how much you don’t want them, or how much you hope that they will just go away like a bad dream.

56.Why didn’t the author see his father in the evening? (no more than 10 words) 57.What was the author ’s mom like? (no more than 8 words) 58.What does the underlined word “fallacious” in Paragraph 3 mean? (1 word) 59.What punishment did the author get from his father? (no more than 10 words) 60.How are you inspired by the author ’s story?(no more than 15 words)
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假设你是李津。下文节选自你的美国朋友 Harry 的来信,请就信中提到的问题给他写一 封回信。(词数不少于 100)

...Have you ever thought what you are going to do in the future? As for me, I really don’t know what career to choose although my parents say it’s time I made a choice. What kind of job would youprefer to do? Have you asked your parents for advice? Would you like to follow in their footsteps? Anyway, we ’ve got some time. Let me know what you think about it.

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河西区 2015—2016 学年度第二学期高三年级总复习质量调查 (二)

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单项填空 1-5 BCABB 6-10CDBDA 11-15DACCD 完形填空 16-20 DCABC 21-25 BADAC 26-30 BCDAB 31-35 DADBC 阅读理解 36-40CABAD41-45DABCC 46-50 DDACB51-55CABDC 阅读表达 Some possible versi ons: 56. Because he had fallen asleep when his father came back. /Because his father w ouldn’t return until around 11o’clock at night. 57.She was stric t with her children. 58.Wrong/Incorrect. 59.He couldn’t play his toys for two days. 60.If we made a mistake, we should face it bravely instead of avoiding /escaping it. 书面表达 One possible version: Dear Harry, Thank you for writing to me. I'd like to tell you something about what I am going to do in the future. Well, I agree that it’s difficult to choose our future occupation as there are a lot of different jobs. However, I wouldn’t like to follow in my parents’ footsteps as I’m not interested in their professions. I’ve asked my parents for advice and they believe I must choose my career according to my preferences. As for me, I enjoy travelling and I want to see the world. So I’d rather be engaged in tourism-related occupations but I haven’t made the final choice yet. Some people turn their hobbies into their careers. Do you have any hobbies? What are your favorite leisure activities? Hope this helps. Remember to drop me a line when you can. Best wishes! Yours, Li Jin

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