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台州市 2015 年髙三年级调考试题 英语 2015.03

命题:张小华(黄岩中学)於晨(路桥中学) 审题:何小怡(温岭中学) 注意:本试卷分为卷丨(选择题)和卷 II (非选择题)两部分,满分 120 分,考试时间 120 分 钟; 所有答案一律做在答题卷上。 选择题部分(共 80 分) 第一部分:英语知识运用(共两节,满分 30 分) 第一节:单项填空(

共 20 小题;每小题 0.5 分,满分 10 分) 从 A、B、C 和 D 四个选项中,选出可以填入空白处的最佳选项,并在答题纸上将该选 项标号涂黑。 1.— I’m afraid I spilled coffee on the tablecloth. A. Be careful B. Think nothing of it C.It,s a piece of cake D. That’s none of my business 2.The foggy and hazy weather has recently been headache for people in city of Taizhou. A. the; a B. a; a C. a; the D. the; the 3.Although the two friends of mine have totally different viewpoints, I don’t particularly agree with ? A. either B. each C. both D. it 4.Ben is fifty years old, but unlike his cautious colleagues, he is still for risks. A. famous B. sorry C. grateful D. thirsty 5.Nowadays, most people prefer to live in a neighborhood they can have easy access to supermarkets, hospitals and schools. A. when B. why C. where D. which 6.A company rejected a college graduate’s job because her 400-word handwritten resume contained 24 incorrect Chinese characters, reported Beijing Youth Daily. A. application B. interview C. offer D. opportunity 7.Many people won't a suggestion without being asked. So don’t hesitate to ask! A. confirm B. volunteer C. reflect D. exhibit 8.The saying “Life is not all roses” conveys the concept we are to meet ups and downs in our life. A. that B. whether C. how D. what 9.In recent years, Apple has successfully its market to every corner of the world. A. divided B. recovered C. expanded D. attracted 10.Charlie is gentle ,but was a little bit out of temper at the class meeting yesterday. A. by chance B. by nature C. by design D. by mistake 11.I a walk the moment I came across an old friend I had not seen for at least a decade. A. had taken B. would take C. was taking D. took 12.The fast popularity of cloud computing means netizens will need to take added measures to

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make sure their data stays in the digital age . A. secure B. stable C. particular D. accurate 13.Some teenagers mind little about manners and use improper words ,often in front of their parents too. A. fluently B. freely C. flexibly D. formally 14.“It’s been a long holiday, so it’s normal enough not to remember what he had learned before that,” Jessie said, her brother. A. to defend B. defended C. having defended D. defending 15.It is good to take off heavy clothing spring is here. A. even if B. now that C. as if D. if only 16.Mr. Cook was gradually picking up, but the doctor recommended that he a few more days in hospital. A. spend B. could spend C. would have spent D. spent 17.On the way home last night, Sarah struggled through the wind, rain beating her face. A. above B. against C. upon D. beyond 18.— The headmaster is said to be absent from school today. — ,we shall not visit him. A.In that case B. As a result C. On the contrary D. What is worse 19.The flat was nice, but compared with my previous one, it actually me . A.lifted...up B. held...back C. let...down D. gave... away 20.—You'd better be careful, Oliver. The knife is sharp. — ,Mum. A.I won't B. Got it C. I can D. Forget it 第二节:完形填空(共 20 小题;每小题 1 分,满分 20 分) 阅读下面短文,掌握其大意,然后从 21 — 40 各题所给的四个选项(A、B、C 和 D)中, 选出 最佳选项,并在答题纸上将该选项标号涂黑。 Moving away from home is both a good and a sad thing. It is every child’s and every parent’s goal to eventually achieve 21 but it is nevertheless sad when it happens. One Sunday in August, my son and I worked to 22 his car for a journey. He would move across the country after twenty years of 23 under my roof. We started early, 24 our work went slowly into the afternoon. 25 I was carefully packing the car, the Sunday baseball game came on. Our hometown Cardinals were playing the Atlanta Braves. 26 unhappy thoughts about his departure, I completely forgot about the game. Just then, my son called, “Dad, come on in. Let’s 27 the rest of the game.” Looking at his red-colored eyes, I 28 realized that he, too, found this to be a 29 passage of time and that he, too, wanted to 30 one last father-son moment. I led the way to the TV set without 31 . There, 32 we found the Cardinals losing 3—1. “How come? They won the champion last season.” He whispered with doubt. “That’s fine,” I 33 , wanting so much to keep this last moment before he left. “Let’s watch anyway.” Then came a 34 . The Cardinals took the lead. In that one moment we were 35 , excitedly jumping up and down and experiencing a joy that I could 36 imagine happening on that bittersweet

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afternoon. The 37 of that day was replaced by enjoying an exciting baseball game. It was a wonderful feeling that made the day, the trip, our life, seem so 38 ? And then he left. I believe in 39 moments that happen when I least expect them. Such moments appear and then disappear, just like my son as he drove off that afternoon to start a new 40 in his life. 21.A. success B. happiness C. separation D. recognition 22.A. decorate B. prepare C. park D. fix 23.A. living B. studying C. working D. staying 24.A. and B. so C. or D. but 25.A. If B. Because . C. As D. Though 26.A. Accustomed to B. Absorbed in C. Annoyed by D. Ashamed of 27.A. watch B. continue C. finish D. applaud 28.A. constantly B. instantly C. occasionally D. frequently 29.A. rapid B. pleasant C. slow D. difficult 30.A. seek B. spare C. share D. stand 31.A. hesitation B. permission C. invitation D. attention 32.A. amused B. exhausted C. disappointed D. embarrassed 33.A. complained B. comforted C. agreed D. argued 34.A. surprise B. conflict C. question D. challenge 35.A. shaped B. occupied C. trapped D. transformed 36.A. ever B. always C. never D. still 37.A. joy B. sadness C. hope D. tiredness 38.A. right B. hard C. busy D. short 39.A. crazy B. tough C. exact D. magical 40.A. project B. career C. chapter D. family 第二部分:阅读理解(第一节 20 小题,第二节 5 小题;每小题 2 分,满分 50 分) 第一节? ?阅读下列材料,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 纸上将该选项标号涂黑。 A In the gym of Croxteth Community School, Liverpool, 50 boys have completed a course on boxing that is seen as a pilot for its return to state schools. The Schools Amateur Boxing Association (SABA) has developed the Kid Gloves scheme (方 案) ,a -non-contact (非接触)version of the sport where outside coaches teach a range of basic skills. Chris Andrews, assistant secretary of the SABA, said the scheme was regarded as a way of changing the decline in boxing in state schools which began 25 years ago. Safety fears and the poor image of professional boxing had accelerated the sport’s decline. Concern was worsened by incidents such as the death of the professional boxer Bradley Stone. But the Croxteth example was winning more supporters. Mr. Andrews said the idea was particularly well received in the north-east of England. “The interest shown so far has been enormous,” he said. “I believe that boxing will come back into schools. A video has been produced to promote boxing in schools, and a bid has been made for a Sports Council grant (拨款).”

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He said, “I think there is a genuine recognition that there are aspects to boxing, if it is controlled and properly run, that really are very beneficial for children. This scheme takes away the dangers. I hope boxing can be promoted throughout the country in a more coordinated way.” Such an idea horrifies such groups as the British Medical Association (BMA) and the British Safety Council, both critics of the idea. Dr Jeffrey Cundy, the joint author of a BMA report on boxing, accepted that the scheme in Liverpool was non-contact, but he was still opposed. He said, “We feel that children should still not be introduced to boxing, because they will then be encouraged to take up an activity which is uniquely dangerous when actual contact takes place.” He added, “There is a whole range of sports which will teach the discipline that comes from boxing without the dangers. We see this reintroduction in schools as an unhealthy development.” At the 800-pupil Croxteth school, Steve Stewart, head of PE, said boxing had helped to improve self-confidence, self-discipline, self-awareness and self-respect in those taking part. Everybody could get involved and, because all were starting from scratch, the improvements could be quickly seen. Certificates were presented to the pupils at the end of the course by Paul Hodgkinson, a local boxer who is a former world champion. Next year, the course will be repeated and if possible girls will be allowed to take part following requests from them. Gerry Thompson and Tony Curry, both 12,have enjoyed the boxing sessions and say they will both join a local boxing club. “I thought it was brilliant,” said Gerry. “I would rather be a professional boxer than a footballer. It’s more enjoyable? ” 41.What’s the present situation of the Croxteth school boxing course? A.It’s declining due to the safety worries. B.Girls can be admitted as long as they’re willing to. C.It’s becoming increasingly popular among the children. D.Some pupils have been trained to be world champions. 42.Dr. Cundy ’s attitude towards the return of boxing to schools can be described as . A. supportive B. unconcerned C, disapproving D. objective 43.The Kid Gloves scheme is developed by SABA primarily to . A.provide more fun for students B.encourage students to be better-behaved C.help students gain a sense of achievement D.promote the boxing course in a less dangerous way 44.The underlined part “all were starting from scratch” probably means . A.starting the course was difficult B.scratching was the first step to learn boxing C.students would easily get hurt during the course D.everyone was inexperienced and started from the very beginning 45.In which section of a newspaper can we most likely read the passage? A.Lifestyle B. Education C. Science D. Business B

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Below are the latest books I’d like to recommend: Title: Zero to One Subtitle: Notes on Startups, or How to Build the Future Author: Peter Thiel “Doing what someone else already knows how to do takes the world from 1 to n, adding more of something familiar. But when you do something new, you go from 0 to 1.” This excerpt vividly sums up the concept of Thiers book. The next Bill Gates will not build an operating system, for progress comes from the most important skill: Learning to think for yourself. This bestseller is welcomed by the startup community as it offers precious advice on what to consider and what to avoid before moving forward. Additionally, the author offers his philosophy on business, which helps the reader generate new ideas he or she may not have considered previously. Title: ThinkerToys Subtitle: A Handbook of Creative-thinking Techniques Author: Michael Michalko “By changing your perspective, you increase your possibilities until you see something that you were unable to see before.” This is what you will experience when you use Thinkertoys. This new and different way of seeing things will lead you to new ideas and unique insights. Regarded as a creativity “bible” for startup founders, the author describes the ability to create as a developable one, which can be learned and improved upon much like any other competence. With 33 different exercises and 56 cards that will spark your creativity, ThinkerToys is intended to inspire the innovation monster within. Title: Unbroken Subtitle: A World War II Story of Survival, Resilience, and Redemption Author: Laura Hillenbrand 47 days of floating on the vast ocean with nothing to eat, 700 days and nights of being tortured as a prisoner of war and more than 1800 days of struggling to forgive definitely make the true story an incredibly unbelievable legend of a man who refused to be broken. There’s a reason why this book is number one on Amazon and a Hollywood motion picture. While entrepreneur ism isn’t quite the theme of this book, the lessons of personal sacrifice, survival and resistance are. After reading this book your perspective on founding a startup may change because if the main character, Louie Zamperini, overcame the challenges and catastroohes he faced, then so can you. Title: Abundance
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Subtitle: The Future is Better Than You Think Author: Peter Diamandis and Steven Kotler “Humanity is now entering a period of complete transformation in which technology has the potential to significantly raise the basic standards of living for every man, woman, and child on the planet. Within a generation, we will be able to provide goods and services, once reserved for the wealthiest, to any and all who need them.” While this book is impractical to some extent, it raises questions and concerns about current industrial and societal trends and where they will lead in the future. From a startup perspective, the global challenges the authors predict also serve as business opportunities.

46.According to the passage, who are the intended readers of the recommended books? A.The aged who have made a fortune. B.Students freshly graduated from college. C.Those who attempt to start their own companies. D.Young people who have a preference for travelling. 47.As for Peter Thiel, the most important quality for a businessman is . A.creativity B. courage C. determination D. selflessness 48.What’s the reason for the book Unbroken to top the ranking? A.The book was adapted into a hit movie. B.The main character is a survivor of World War II. C.The author offers remarkable lessons on business. D.The personal story presented in the book is so inspiring. 49.Which of the following statements is true? A.The future for business is not challenging and competitive. B.The viewpoint implied in the book Abundance is pessimistic. C.Thinkertoys offers some interesting and practical techniques for thinking. D.Both Michael Michalko and Peter Thiel attach great importance to technology. C The use of animals for research is a controversial issue — many people oppose their use on the grounds that the experiments are cruel and unnecessary. Sixteen-year-old Laura thinks differently. Although she appears healthy, she has to take 30 different drugs each day and is expected to live for only another ten, maybe twelve years. Every year, hundreds of children are born, like her, with cystic fibrosis(囊胞性纤维症).There is no cure 一 at least not yet. Laura may, just may, be one of the first cystic fibrosis children to be saved. A few years ago,
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scientists developed a new mouse with the similar disease as Laura. This made it much easier to develop new treatments. Within ten years, there will probably be ways of curing Laura, as long as that research, using those animals, continues. There are plenty of emotional arguments both for and against animal testing, but let’s start with the most obvious facts. If you examine the history of medicine, you find that experiments on animals have been an important part of almost every major medical advance. Many cornerstones of medical science — the discovery that blood circulates through our veins (静脉),understanding the way lungs work, the discovery of vitamins and hormones — were made this way. Most of the main advances in medicine itself also depended on animal experiments. In the Fifties, between 2000 and 4000 people each year in the UK were paralyzed or killed by polio (,J、 JL 麻瘦 症)but, thanks to the polio vaccine, this number has now dropped to just one or two cases a year. Modern surgery would be impossible without today’ s anaesthetics (麻醉学).The list goes on: organ transplants, heart surgery, hip replacements, drugs for cancer and asthma (哮端) 一 animals played an important part in these medical advances. Animal experimentation wasn,t the only type of research necessary to the medical advances that save human lives. Studies on human volunteers were also essential, and test-tube experiments were vital in many cases. But the history of medicine tells us that animal experiments are essential if we want to deal with the diseases. This is the dilemma we face. We want to prevent suffering. The crucial issue is how we use animals in research. Modem science has developed humane experimental techniques. It is possible to do animal experiments using methods that the animals don’t even notice. The worst these animals have to put up with is living in a cage with regular food and water, with animal keepers and vets looking after them. The golden rule of laboratory animal welfare is to minimize any pain involved using the principle of the three Rs. First you reduce the number of animals used in each experiment to the minimum that will give a scientific result. Then, whenever possible, you replace animal experiments with alternatives — that don’t use animals but will give equally scientific results. Finally, you refine the animal experiments that you do, so they cause the least possible harm to the animals. If an experiment involves surgery on the animal, give it an anaesthetic. When it comes around, give it painkillers and medicine to fight infection. 50.The writer mentions Laura in Para. 2 and 3 to show that . A.cystic fibrosis is a deadly disease B.cystic fibrosis children may appear different C.taking different drugs is an effective treatment D.many lives may be saved by animal experimentation 51.The underlined word “This” in Para.3 probably refers to . A.the new medicine B. the new animal C.the child D. the disease 52.The fifth paragraph is developed mainly by . A.making comparisons B. analyzing the cause C.offering examples and facts D. describing interesting stories

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53.According to the passage, which of the following practices is NOT acceptable? A.Giving animals timely medical treatment. B.Limiting the number of animals used in research. C.Using more mice rather than rabbits in experiments. D.Developing equally effective ways without using animals for research. 54.What would be the most suitable title for the passage? A.Less killing, less suffering B.Say no to animal experimentation C.Animal experimentation 一 an essential step D.More animals in experiments, more medical advances Rosemary sat at her kitchen table, working a crossword puzzle. Crosswords were nice; they filled the time, and kept the mind active. She needed just one word to complete this morning’s puzzle; the clue was “a Swiss river,” and the first of its three letters was “A”. Unfortunately, Rosemary had no idea what the name of river was, and could not look it up. Her atlas was on her desk, and the desk was in the guest room, currently being occupied by her grandson Victor. Looking up over the tops of her glasses, Rosemary glanced at the kitchen clock: it was almost 10 a.m. Land sakes! Did the boy intend to sleep all day? She noticed the pain in her wrist again, and put down her pen. Anyhow, at 87 years of age, she was glad she could still write at all. She had decided long ago that growing old was like slowly turning to stone; you couldn’t take anything for granted. She stood up slowly, painfully, and started walking to the guest room. The trip, though only a distance of about 25 feet, seemed to take a long while. Rosemary arrived at the door to the guest room. It stood slightly open, and she looked through the opening. Victor lay sleeping on his side, his arms bent, his expression slightly pained. Get up, lazy bones, she wanted to say. Even in childhood, Rosemary had never slept past 4 a.m.; there were too many chores (杂 iS) to do. How different things were for Victor’s generation! Her youngest grandson behaved as if he had never done a chore in his life. Twenty-one years old, he had driven down to Florida to visit Rosemary in his shiny new car, a gift from his dear parents. Victor would finish college soon, and his future appeared bright — if he ever got out of bed, that is. Something Victor had said last night over dinner had disturbed her. Now what was it? Oh yes; he had been talking about one of his college courses ——a “gut” ,he had called it. When she had asked him to explain the word, Victor had said it was a course that you took simply because it was easy to pass. Rosemary, who had not even had a high school education, found the word unpleasant. If she had been allowed to continue her studies, she would never have taken a “gut” ... The memory flooded back then, still painful as an open wound all these years later. It was the first day of high school. She had graduated from grammar school the previous year, but her father had forbidden her to go to high school that autumn, saying she was needed on the farm. After much tearful begging, she had gotten him to promise that next year, she could start high school. She had endured (忍、受)a whole year of chores instead of books, with animals and rough farmhands for company instead of people of her own age. Now, at last, the glorious day was at hand. She had put on her best dress (she owned two), her heart racing hopefully. But her father was waiting for her as she came downstairs.

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“Where do you think you’re going?” he asked. “To high school, Papa.” “No you’re not. Take that thing off and get back to work. ” “But Papa, you promised!” “Do as I say!” he thundered. There was no arguing with Papa when he spoke that way. Tearfully, she had to drag herself upstairs to change clothes. Rosemary still wondered what her life would have been like if her father had not been waiting at the bottom of the stairs that day, or if somehow she had found the strength to disobey him... Suddenly, Victor moved slightly, without waking, and whispered something unintelligible. Waken from her daydreaming, Rosemary stared at Victor. She wondered if he were having a nightmare (恶 梦). 55.From the second paragraph we know that Rosemary felt it to be getting older. A. acceptable B, terrible C. unbearable D. enjoyable 56.By saying “if he ever got out of bed” (Para. 3) Rosemary thought Victor was . A. too tired to get up B. promising but lazy C. impolite to oversleep D. old enough to help with chores 57.Why did Rosemary dislike Victor’s use of the word “gut”? A.Because it showed that V ictor didn’t take education seriously. B.Because it reminded Rosemary of her grammar school classes. C.Because it indicated that college courses were too easy to pass. D.Because it implied that Rosemary was lacking in high school education. 58.The year after Rosemary graduated from grammar school was . A.used for reading and writing B.ruined by illness and hardship C.filled with travel and adventure D.spent entirely away from her fellows 59.Rosemary’s memory of the day when she finally prepared to start high school indicates that A.she had already decided to take up a job B.she had hesitated over her choice of clothes C.she had done especially well in grammar school D.she had strongly desired to continue her education 60.The passage as a whole is mainly about — . A.Rosemary’s concern for Victor’s study B.Rosemary’s struggle to keep painful memories C.whether Rosemary will go up to wake Victor up D.whether Rosemary should fight for her schooling opportunity 第二节下面文章中有 5 个段落主题句(第 61—65 题)Q 请从以下选项(A、B、C、D、E 和 F) 中 选出适合各段落的主题句,并在答题纸上将该选项标号涂黑,选项中有一项是多余选项。 A.We don’t care about the things we get easily. B.It takes time and effort to be an expert in any area.

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C.We should stick to rules undoubtedly and bravely. D.Sometimes we have to ignore or break the regulations. E.It takes great amount of courage to take the road less traveled. F.You don’t have to live your life in a way society wants you to. Most of the time, we learn the lessons from the old and wise as they have already been where we are and have done what we do. But rarely does life teach us something in an easy way. It always takes tests and then fails for us to learn anything worthwhile. Here are five life lessons which people will learn the hard way in majority of cases. 61. People usually get discouraged when it takes more time than they thought it will. First and foremost,keep in mind that people refer only to those who have already achieved what you want to be, which most people fail to do. They look at other unsuccessful people and apply those criteria to them even before they take action. Look at any successful person and you’ll notice one thing common in all of them. They took time to learn and mastered their craft like no one else. There is no elevator to success; you have to take the stairs. 62. Decades of old beliefs, customs and practices are being performed these days and are followed blindly without being questioned. Parents sometimes force their children to select a career they don’t want because other children have selected that career. Girls are made to follow some practices in their family which makes no sense to them at all. Worst of all, people follow them without even asking. There is no harm in old customs and beliefs but when you pursue them before your interest, sooner or later you’ll realize that you should first do what you think is right. 63 . Undoubtedly, this is true in all the areas of life. Take health for example. Very few people take their health seriously. They know that if their health is lost, they won’t be happy, still they eat junk food and never exercise, keep accumulating fat and keep spending on weight loss programs. Still nothing works. Why? The real reason behind is that they have got health for free. We spend thousands on cars and take care of them nicely. Imagine what would have been the price of human body if we had to pay for it? And then imagine how well we would take care of it if we had paid a huge amount of money to get our body. 64 . More often, we are always asking ten people before taking any step. We always want to confirm that we are sure and do not make any mistake. We follow the same path that everyone suggests, do the same thing everyone does, and hang out with the same people we work with. Why? Because we are scared. But when you get bored of life, you realize that you are not meant to do what everyone does and that your destiny is different from anyone else’s out there in the world. However it always takes a tremendous amount of guts to follow your own trail. 65 . Rules are everywhere. We follow rules so that things are in order and no one is disturbed unnecessarily. This is true in case of traffic and other company rules but when it comes to your life, there are rules made by people who are scared to do something apart from their routine and

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therefore they made rules to prevent others jdoing so. But when time passes by and you think you are not being directed towards your goal and these so called rules are your biggest obstacles, break them down. Sometimes, we need to be bold and act courageously. 非选择题部分(共 40 分) 第三部分:写作(共两节,满分 40 分) 第一节:短文改错(共 10 小题;每小题 1 分,满分 10 分) 下面短文中有 10 处语言错误。请在有错误的地方增加、删除或修改某个单词。 增加:在缺词处加一个漏字符号(八) ,并在其下面写上该加的词。 删除:把多余的词用斜线(\)划掉。 修改:在错的词下划一横线,并在该词下面写上修改后的词。 注意:1.每处错误及其修改均仅限一词; 2.只允许修改 10 处,多者(从第 11 处起)不计分。 When I was 10, once my parents were away on business, but I had to stay at home alone for a day. I got up early in the morning, thinking about different activity I could do. The first idea was that I could play computer games all through the day without blamed by my mother. Minutes later, I said to me, “Why don,t I do something meaningful?” So I planned to cook the meal for my parents. I tried to recall how my mother usually did in the kitchen and arrange everything on my own. With a whole day’s effort, I finally made it. I felt it very happy when I saw my parents eating the meal cheerful. They couldn’t help say that their son had grown up. 第二节:书面表达(满分 30 分) 生活中充满了选择,学会自主选择有助于我们的成长。请以“An important choice I have made” 为题,用英语写一篇 100—120 词的短文,记述一次对你影响深远的选择。短文内容 包括: 1.记述选择的经过; 2.结合此次经历,简要说明自主选择的重要性。 注意:文章的标题已给出,不计入词数。 An important choice I have made

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