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青浦区 2016 学年高三年级第二次学业质量调研测试
英语学科试卷
(时间 120 分钟,满分 140 分)
考生注意: I.本试卷共 12 页。满分 140 分。考试时间 120 分钟。 2.答题前,考生务必在答题卡(纸)上用钢笔或水笔清楚填写姓名、准考证号,并用铅笔正确涂写准考证号。 3.答案必须全部涂写在答题卡(纸)上。第 1-20 小题,第 31-70 小题,均由机器阅卷,考生应将代表正确答案的 小方格用铅笔涂黑。注意试题题号和答题纸编号一一对应,不能错位。答案需要更改时,必须将原选项擦去, 重新选择。答案不能涂写在试卷上,涂写在试卷上一律不给分。第 21-30 小题,第 IV, V 大题(即第 72-75 小题) 和 VI 大题,其答案用钢笔或水笔写在答题纸上,如用铅笔答题或写在试卷上也一律不给分。

I. Listening Comprehension Section A Directions: In Section A, you will hear ten short conversations between two speakers. At the end of each conversation, a question will be asked about what was said. The conversations and the questions will be spoken only once. After you hear a conversation and the question about it. read the four possible answers on your paper, and decide which one is the best answer to the question you have heard. 1. A. At a train station. B. At a travel agency. C. At a bus station. D. At an airport.

2. A. Receptionist and guest B. Teacher and student. C. Boss and secretary. 3. A. $5. 4. A. Confused. D. Husband and wife. B. $10. B. Annoyed. C. $15. C. Embarrassed. D. $50. D. Bored.

5. A. Planning to phone a friend. C. Touring in a wonderful city. 6. A. The woman will soon be a superstar. C. The woman should find a new partner. 7. A. To a dress-up party. C. To the theater. 8. A. Youngsters don't really know what fashion is B. Styles change more quickly than necessary. C. People should care more about their appearance. D. It's not sensible to go after designer clothing. 9. A. He will have an agent serve the woman. C. He will talk to the woman in a moment. 10. A. Keep working at the restaurant.
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B. Camping in the countryside. D. Discussing a weekend plan. B. The woman did not practice hard. D. The woman should not give up. B. To the tailor's. D. To a shopping mall.

B. The woman should buy an apartment. D. The woman should pay the rent first. B. Wash dishes for her in the kitchen.

C. Stop delivering flowers every day.

D. Leave the present job to work for her.

Section B Directions: In Section B, you will hear several longer conversation(s) and short passage(s), and you will be asked several questions on each of the conversation(s) and the passage(s). The conversation(s) and the passage(s) will be read twice, but the questions will be spoken only once. When you hear a question, read the four possible answers on your paper and decide which one is the best answer to the question you have heard. Questions 1 I through 13 are based on the following passage. 11. A. The location. B. The scenery. C. The seafood. D. The culture.

12. A. Attract whales to the closer shore. C. Warn people to stay away from shore. 13. A. It is held every other year in summer. B. It helps Whale Crier to show his talents.

B. Tell people where to see whales. D. Go around to gather enough visitors.

C. It guarantees everyone to find something to enjoy. D. It is one of the best eco-arts festivals in South Africa.

Questions 14 through 16 are based on the following passage. 14. A. Weak bones. B. Loose teeth. C. Skin problems. D. Heart diseases.

15. A. Having food rich in vitamin. B. Walking midday in the sun with no suncream. C. Taking vitamin D pills every day. D. Wearing darker coloured clothes and sunhats. 16. A. To analyze the common causes of lack of vitamin D. B. To encourage people to be exposed to the sun for vitamin D. C. To emphasize the importance of vitamin D in one's health. D. To introduce some different ways to gain vitamin D.

Questions 17 through 20 are based on the following conversation. 17. A. She wants to find a topic for her research. C. She hopes to learn how to write a paper. 18. A. In 1813. B. In 1826. B. She tries to help the man with his paper. D. She plans to work on a similar topic. D. In 1856.

C. In 1839.

19. A. They are mainly grown for the domestic market. B. They were introduced to China from Australia. C. They were the first plant to be planted in England. D. They are kept warm in large plastic houses.
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20. A. Growth of domestic economy in Australia. B. Export and import of bananas in Australia. C. History of banana cultivation in Australia. D. Role of agriculture in Australian economy.

II. Grammar and Vocabulary Section A Directions: After reading the passage below, fill in the blanks to make the passage coherent and grammatically correct. For the blanks with a given word, fill in each blank with the proper form of the given word; for the other blanks, use one word that best fits each blank.

From street food to museums, Chinese food hot in US From baozi in Boston to jianbing in New York, traditional Chinese street food are popping up in the US. Meizhou Dongpo opened its first US restaurant in Beverly Hills, California, in 2013, with offerings from its menu in China. Locally (21)_________(hire) chefs were sent to China for training. Next spring, Beijing?s Dadong, known for its Peking Duck, (22)__________(open) a flagship US restaurant in Manhattan. Xi'an's Famous Foods is about to have its 12th location in New York near the Museum of Modern Art. Its original location, established in 2005, was the first restaurant (23) _________ (bring) Xi'an cuisine to the US. Chinese food is also the stuff of museum exhibits. A current exhibition at the Museum of Chinese in America in New York called Sour Sweet, Bitter, Spicy: Stories of Chinese Food and Identity in America (24)__________(raise) the food to an art form, literally. On a recent October afternoon, people stood on line for the offerings of Hangzhou-based Gan Qi Shi's first overseas baozi shop, in Harvard Square in Cambridge, Massachusetts. The US chain adopted the English name of Tom's BaoBao. “I used to grab burgers and Korean tofu soup (25) _________I needed a quick bite,” said Wang Na, a Chinese grad student at Harvard. “Now I get two baozi. They are (26)_________ (healthy), and taste like home.” In New York, Mr. Bing, a food stand serving Beijing jianbing, was named “Rookie of the Year” at the 2016 Vendy Awards, (27) _________recognizes the city's best food carts. Mr. Bing is Brian Goldberg, a New York native who, as a student in 1998 in Beijing, settled on his favorite (28) _________40 different jianbing and purchased the recipe from a street vendor(小贩). He then flew the vendor to Hong Kong, where the first Mr. Bing booth opened in 2012, (29) _________the master could teach his employees how to make the real deal. Meanwhile, (30) _________growing number of bubble tea shops can be found in the US, helping diners to wash down the tasty food from China.

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Section B Directions: Fill in each blank with a proper word chosen from the box. Each word can be used only once. Note that there is one word more than you need. A. acknowledging G. handle B. bottled C. consequences I. negative D. demanding J. neglect E. financial K. unresolved F. further

H. inappropriately

Emotional Debt Many people today live under the weight of debt from loans or credit cards. As harmful as__31___ debt is, there is another form of debt that is even more damaging--emotional debt. Dr. James Richards states that emotional debt occurs “when we experience emotional pain that remains__32___.” If the pain is not dealt with, it will affect us our entire lives. Throughout the years, we have chances for happiness, love and success. But unresolved pain can emerge, causing us to respond in ways that aren?t reasonable, resulting in destroyed relationships and lost opportunities. Another__33___ result of emotional debt is that our friends and loved ones are affected by it and pay a high price. When we have a tendency to respond__34___, we often hurt those around us. Unfortunately our unsettled problems sometimes become too much for them to__35___, causing them to abandon the relationship. People with destructive patterns should check their lives for signs of unresolved pain, for your emotional debt can come from various forms of past unfair, cruel or violent treatment or__36___. You may be holding onto painful memories of controlling parents or very__37___ teachers, also you may not have dealt with the pain of a broken relationship or the death of a loved one. Any negative emotion that you have controlled over the years can come back to cause harm when you least expect it. Recognize your feelings, but don't focus on them all the time, because __38___and challenging your pain is difficult, but recognizing it is the first step toward dealing with it. Admit you are angry about the past, and discuss it with someone you trust. or write it down because this will ease some of the anger and hatred you've kept__39___ up for years. Refuse to be a victim and accept responsibility for dealing with your painful past because this puts you in charge and limits the power your emotions have over you. Take specific steps to resolve your emotional debt now rather than deal with the__40___ later.

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III. Reading Comprehension Section A Directions: For each blank in the following passage there are four words or phrases marked A, B, C and D. Fill in each blank with the word or phrase that best fits the context. Ask Siri if she?s a woman. Go ahead: try it. She'll tell you she?s____41____. “Like cacti, a certain species of fish,” she might say. So is Amazon?s Alexa, Microsoft?s Cortana, Samsung?s S Voice, and Google Now. But, man, do they ever sound a lot like women? ____42____, we think of them as ladies too. In Old Norse(古挪威语), Siri translates to “a beautiful woman who leads you to victory”. We assign female pronouns to them, and, in turn, they fold female turns of phrase into their robotic and occasionally silly answers to our requests. If we prize gender diversity(多样性) in other areas of daily life, why does our tech sound so____43____? The biggest reason for the female phone fixation rests in social science. “Research indicates there?s likely to be greater acceptance of female____44____,” says Karl MacDorman, a professor at Indiana University who specializes in human computer interaction. MacDorman and his team played clips of male and female voices to people of both genders, then asked them to identify which they____45____. The researchers also measured the way participants responded to the voices. In a 2011 paper, they reported that both women and men said female voices came across as warmer. ____46____, women even showed a subconscious preference for responding to females; men remained subconsciously neutral. Why the____47____? Stanford University communications professor Clifford Nass wrote that people tend to see female voices as helping them solve their problems by themselves, while they view male voices as authority figures who tell them the answers to their problems. We want____48____ to help us, but we also want to be the boss of it, so we are more likely to choose a female interface(接口程序). This tendency suggests that companies will make a better impression on a ____49____ group of customers with a woman's voice. But not just any voice. It has to ____50____ a brand?s personality. For help with that, companies often turn to Greg Pal, vice president of marketing, strategy, and business development at Nuance Communications, which licenses its ____51____of more than 100 voices. Pal insists that some brands choose male speakers. He turned on his iPhone and pulled up the Domino's Pizza app, which has an assistant, Dom. He sounded like a high school English teacher--educated and helpful but not ____52____. That's about right for a brand attempting to ____53____ guys ordering pies before the big game. As voice technology improves, though, designers say diversity will too. Many devices already let you ____54____ a voice interface. For example. Homer Simpson, a famous cartoon character can tell you where to take a left on our GPS device. And Siri can become a sir, if you take the time to____55____. Want to know how to do it? Ask her. She'll tell you in her uniquely warm, helpful--and female--tone. 41. A. robotic 42.A. Culturally B. high-tech B. Obviously C. genderless C. Grammatically
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D. creative D. Undoubtedly

43.A. female 44. A. charm 45.A. accepted 46. A. In practice 47. A. neutrality 48. A. interaction 49. A. more sociable 50. A. improve 51. A. market 52.A. strange 53. A. appeal to 54. A. educate

B. ridiculous B. professors B. misunderstood B. On the contrary B. prejudice B. technology B. more talented B. develop B. business B. bossy B. look into B. customize

C. professional C. speech C. studied C. By this means C. authority C. personality C. broader C. admire C. research C. reliable C. meet with C. leave

D. reasonable D. participants D. preferred D. At first D. conscience D. society D. wealthier D. suit D. library D. unique D. run after D. answer

55. A. repeat B. assist C. reprogram D. communicate Section B Directions: Read the following three passages. Each passage is followed by several questions or unfinished statements. For each of them there are four choices marked A. B, C and D. Choose the one that fits best according to the information given in the passage you have just read. (A) This is the opening of a short story in a town in the United States by Alison Randall … When Frank and I stepped through the post office doors. there was a crowd gathered, looking at the new device on the wall with amazement like a crowd of wide-mouthed frogs. I had to get closer. and that was where being a girl that?s skinnier than a wire fence came in handy. Fortunately, Frank, my twin of eleven years, was just the same. “Come on.” I said, grabbing his hand, and we slid through the cracks between people until we spilled out in front. Finally I got a good look. It was fixed to the plaster(石灰板) next to the postmaster's window, the place of honour usually reserved for the Wanted posters. Beady-eyed Zedekiah Smith, the bank robber, still hung there, but even he had been pushed aside for something more important. A telephone. The first one in town. “How?s it work?” Noah Crawford called out. Noah?s the best fix-it man around, and I could tell he was dying to get his fingers on those shiny buttons. “Don?t rightly know,” answer the postmaster, and he pulled hard at his beard as if it might tell him. “I do know the sound of your voice moves along wires strung on poles. It?s sort of like the telegraph, only you hear words instead of dots and dashes.” “Ah,” the crowd whispered, and I felt my own mouth move along. I gazed at the shiny wood box and something happened inside me. Something--I can only guess--that might be like falling in love. The thought of talking into that box--of making my voice sail through wires in the sky--it took over my brain. I couldn't get it out. “Frank,” I whispered to my twin. “I have to use that telephone.” Five minutes later, Frank dragged me to Main Street, toward borne. “Liza--” he began, but I cut him off. We two thought so much alike, I had Frank?s questions answered before he even asked. 56. People crowded in the post office because________. A. a new poster grabbed their attention B. the postmaster was delivering a speech
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C. they were curious about the telephone D. there was a wanted bank robber captured 57. Which of the following is not true according to the passage? A. Many people stared at the new device in open-mouthed amazement. B. The slight-figured twins managed to push to the front of the crowd. C. Even the best fix-it may in the town got no idea about the new device: D. The postmaster didn?t know anything about how the telephone worked. 58. By “…it took over my brain. I couldn't get it out.”, we get a clear picture of the girl?s______. A. eagerness to use the telephone B. fascination for the wood box C. puzzlement over the strange sound D. determination to fly in the sky 59. What is the passage mainly about? A. The twins? frustrating experiences in the town. B. A special assembly called in the local post office. C. People?s reaction to the arrival of tile first telephone. D. A great celebration of the start of telephone service.

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Exoplanets(外行星): The Hunt Is On Today scientists believe that planets could outnumber the stars. For centuries, scientists and natural philosophers have proposed that stars in the night sky have planetary systems similar to our own solar system. The existence of extrasolar planets, or exoplanets, has long been discussed. 67 Although not the first exoplanet discovery. a

planet near a sun-like star was discovered by astronomers in 1995. This kicked off an era of exoplanet hunting, with thousands of discoveries and confirmations following in its wake. 68 However, in 2015 NASA?s Kepler space telescope found its first Earth-sized planet in a “habitable” zone. This is the distance from a star where surface temperatures of a planet wouldn?t be too hot or too cold for liquid water. So far, only a small slice of our galaxy, the Milky Way, has been explored. Even so, scientists have confirmed over 3,500 exoplanets, with more being added every day. To detect exoplanets, scientists use data from a variety of sources. Larne ground-based telescopes, earth-circling and sun-circling satellites all collect different types of information. Because exoplanets are so far away and very close to stars, it is very difficult to see them directly. 69 For example, when an exoplanet moves between its star and us, it causes a small drop in the star?s brightness. Measuring this drop is the transit(凌日) method of discovery. NASA?s Kepler space telescope has discovered many exoplanets this way. As a planet circles a star, it pulls on it and causes it to shake. 70 Measuring these slight changes is the

radial velocity(径向速度) method of discovering planets. It is one of the most productive methods for finding and confirming exoplanets. These are just two examples of the many methods scientists use in their hunt for exoplanets, hoping for more information and enhanced detail. As time progresses and technology improves, who knows what else we may find!

IV. Summary Writing Directions: Read the following passage. Summarize the main idea and the main point(s) of the passage in no more than 60 words. Use your own words as far as possible. Hope Nothing in my life had prepared me for what I had to do. Choosing my words carefully, and fighting to stay calm, I told my 4-year-ofd daughter that her grandmother had suffered a stroke(中风), that she was unconscious, and that the doctors said she would probably never wake up. As she moved closer to me. Ameba looked at me, eyes bright, and said, “Maybe Grandma will be okay.” “Maybe she will,” I said, keeping back the tears. But I knew better. I was tying up to Myrtle Beach, South Carolina, from our Florida home in the morning to say good-bye to my mom. The rest of that awful week, I joined my brother, and father sitting by my mother?s side in the hospital room. I held her hand and talked to her. I told her that we still needed her. I told her that it wasn?t time to leave yet. I told her how much I loved her. And I told her that her little granddaughter, Amelia, believed that she?d get better. The doctors,
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with all their years of training and experience, offered no hope for recovery. The damage was simply too extensive. A couple of weeks later, an odd thing happened. Mom woke up! And then she persevered through a long and tough process of restoration to health. during which she had to learn to walk, read, and write all over again, and eventually returned home to Dad. The only one who wasn?t shocked was Amelia. The doctors couldn?t explain it. Amelia didn?t need to. Hope came as naturally to her as breathing. So why are we so afraid to hope sometimes? Maybe it?s because over the years, life?s disappointments can turn us to disillusionment(理想破灭). How many times have you heard someone say: “Hope for the best, expect the worst”? That?s not really hope at all. Hope is being able to look at our world with all of the joy and wonder of a child.

________ _______ _______ _______ _________ ________ ________ ________ ________ ________ ________ _______ _______ _______ _________ ________ ________ ________ ________ ________ ________ _______ _______ _______ _________ ________ ________ ________ ________ ________ ________ _______ _______ _______ _________ ________ ________ ________ ________ ________ ________ _______ _______ _______ _________ ________ ________ ________ ________ ________ ________ _______ _______ _______ _________ ________ ________ ________ ________ ________

V. Translation Directions: Translate the following sentences into English, using the words given in the brackets.

72. 演讲前,花点时间看一下提纲,你会更自信。(spend)

73. 两年后这个主题公园将对公众开放,但是它是否会盈利尚未确定。(remain)

74. 诗歌大赛吸引了大批观众,他们从中领略到了汉语的魅力。(which)

75. 不管那个推销员如何极力鼓动,我还是能保持冷静没有买那套位于城东的房子。(No natter)

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VI. Guided Writing Directions: Write an English composition in 120-150 words according to the instructions given below in Chinese.

某英文网站正举办征文活动,题目是 The Most Useful Skill I Have Ever Learned,请以此写一篇征文。你 的文章比须包括: ● ● 这项技能是什么?你是通过什么方式学会的? 举例说明为什么你觉得它最有用。

(注:文中不得出现真实的姓名及学校名称)

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青浦区 2016 学年高三年级第二次学业质量调研测试英语学科试卷 参考答案
I. Listening Comprehension 1-5 DCABB 6-10 DCDAD 11-13 ABC 14-16 CBB 17-20 ADAC

II. Grammar and Vocabulary 21. hired 26. healthier 22. will open 27. which 23. to bring 28. among/from 24. raises 29. so 25. when/if 30. a

31-35 EKIHG

36-40 JDABC

III. Reading Comprehension 41-45 CAACD 51-55 DBABC 60-62 BAD 46-50 ABBCD 56-59 CDAC 63-66 CDAD 67-70 EBAC

IV. Summary writing Doctors were pessimistic about my mother?s stroke while my little daughter, Amelia, full of hope. I passed on Amelia?s hope when our family gathered to bid farewell to her in hospital. Incredibly, she recovered and came back home after a period of restoration. Everyone was astonished except Ameba. Hope does bring people in trouble amazement. (55 words)

V. Translation 72. Before making a speech, spend some time taking a look at the outline so that you will be more confident. 73. This theme park will be open to the public in two years, but whether it will make profits remains to be seen. 74. Poetry contest attracted a large audience, from which they had a taste of the charm of Chinese. 75.No matter how hard the salesman urged me, I still kept cool and didn't buy the flat located east of the city.

VI. Guided Writing (略)

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