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新课标Ⅱ第二辑2016届高三第六次月考 英语


第六次月考英语试题【新课标Ⅱ—2 版】

5. What happened to Tom? A. He?s sick. B. He fell while running. C. He has been out of work for a long time. 第二节(共15小题;每小题1.5分,满分22.5分) 听下面 5 段对话或独白。每段对话或独白后有几个

小题,从题中所给的 A、B、C 三个选项中选 出最佳选项,并标在试卷的相应位置。听每段对话或独白前,你将有时间阅读各个小题 , 每小题 5 秒钟;听完后,各小题将给出 5 秒钟的作答时间。每段对话或独白读两遍。 听下面一段对话,回答第 6 和第 7 两个小题。 6. Where are the speakers probably? A. At a radio station. B. At home. C. On their journey. 7. What hit the US Midwest? A. A snowslide (雪崩). B. A blizzard (暴风雪). C. An earthquake. 听下面一段对话,回答第 8 和第 9 两个小题。 8. What is the relationship between the speakers? A. Friends. B. Salesman and customer. C. Strangers. 9. Why does the woman refuse to try some ice cream? A. There aren?t her favorite flavors. B. She prefers to drink some milk. C. She is on a diet.

听下面一段对话,回答第 10 至第 12 三个小题。 10. What are listed on the paper? A. Home numbers. B. Office numbers.

C. Cellphone numbers.

11. What does the man ask the woman to do? A. Correct the numbers on the paper. B. Confirm the e-mail addresses. C. Check the class schedule. 12. How many people does the woman need to call? A. 23. B. 24. C. 25. 听下面一段对话,回答第 13 至第 16 四个小题。 13. Why was the boy asked to see the woman? A. He doesn?t like her class. B. He disturbs his classmates. C. He is always complaining. 14. What?s the boy talking about during the class? A. The lecture. B. His trips. C. His neighbor. 15. How does the boy feel when asking the woman questions during the class? A. Excited. B. Confident. C. Uncomfortable. 16. What does the woman advise the boy to do? A. Ask her questions after class. B. Talk with his classmates after class. C. Write down all the points of the lecture. 听下面一段独白,回答第 17 至第 20 四个小题。 17. What is the survey about? A. British culture. B. Necessities to survive. C. Ideal (理想的) lifestyles. 18. What is Baloo? A. A fictional character. B. The author of a book. C. A bear in the zoo. 19. What is the most necessary thing for women? A. The Internet. B. Chocolate. C. Hugs. 20. What don?t most people in London realize? A. The importance of love and friendship. B. Their dependence on mobile phones. C. The essence (本质) of happiness. 第二部分 阅读理解(共两节,满分 40 分) 第一节(共 15 小题;每小题 2 分,满分 30 分) 阅读下列短文,从每题所给的四个选项(A、B、C 和 D)中,选出最佳选项,并在答题卡上将 该项涂黑。 A WHAT can help you make a fortune in the future? Graduating from a top university might not be enough. A new study from the University of Essex in Britain has shown that the more friends you have in school, the more money you?ll earn later. The idea that popularity could have a serious influence on one?s earning potential shouldn?t come as too much of a surprise. The researchers noted that if you want to get ahead in life, social skills and networking are easily as powerful as talent and hard work. “If a person has lots of friends, it means that he or she has the ability to get along with others in all kinds of different situations,” said Xu Yanchun, 17, from Nantou High School in Shenzhen, who totally agreed with the recent finding. “Also, friends always help each other. They not only create wider social circles for you but lift your mood when you are occasionally in low spirits,” said Xu. She believed that all this helps you “earn a higher salary.”

Maybe that?s why some people think the younger generations are in the age of Friendalholism (交友狂 症). A woman even complained that the networking website Facebook?s 5,000-friend limit was too low for her large reserve of social contacts. But what does a friend mean? Should friends be regarded as a form of currency? “Call me uncool, but I think of a friend as an actual person with whom I have an actual history and whom I enjoy actually seeing. It seems, however, that this is no longer the definition of friend”, said Meghan Daum, who works with The Los Angeles Times in the US. Daum dislikes the idea that quantity trumps quality in the age of Friendaholism. She thought the idea of friendship, at least among the growing population of Internet social networkers, was to get as many of not-really-friends as possible. For example, a friend might be someone you might know personally but who could just as easily be the friend of a friend of some other Facebook friend you don?t actually know. Although she agreed that social ties grease (润滑) the wheels of life, she also warned. “Too bad one thing money can?t buy is a real friend.” 21. What will be needed if you are to achieve success according to the researchers? A. Social skills, friends, good mood and fortune. B. Social skills, networking, talent and hard work. C. Social skills, networking, potential and fortune. D. Social skills, talent, hard work and the facebook. 22. What can friends do in the eyes of Xu Yanchun? A. They can help you with your schoolwork. B. They teach you how to make more money. C. They help you get rid of sadness and cheer up. D. They always get on well with you. 23. We learn that Meghan Daum?s attitude towards friends is somewhat _______. A. up-to-date B. optimistic C. confused D. traditional 24. What does the word “trumps” in the last paragraph mean? A. is better than B. is equal to C. is worse than D. is similar to B A few years ago, pop poets such as Murray Lachlan Young began to set poetry to rock music with some surprising results. People thought that poetry was the new rock ?n? roll. However, despite the brief popularity of a few pop poets, poetry and pop music didn?t seem to mix. But are they really so different? If you look back at the origins of poetry, there is a strong connection between poems and popular music. In Greek mythology, for example, the muse (女神) Erato is pictured with a lyre (里拉琴) in her hand, and looks just like the ancestor of the modern rock star with his electric guitar. In addition, the poets Shelley and Byron were as famous in the nineteenth century as the pop stars of today. But despite their common origins, there are many differences between poetry and pop music. Pop songs are always written for a public performance, whereas poetry often isn?t. And the lyrics in pop songs sometimes have less rhythm than those in poetry. This is because the music provides the rhythm rather than the words. Pop lyrics are also simpler and often keep on saying the same thing. This repetition works well in a performance and means that pop songs are easier for people to sing and learn by heart. Both songs and poems tell a story or talk about feelings. Songs in particular deal with the different stages in a relationship, such as falling in love or breaking up. The words and ideas in songs are usually easier to understand than those in “serious” poetry. However, talented performers like Paul McCartney, or newer stars like Robbe Williams, often give simple songs more expression when they perform them. And

some of the best lines from pop lyrics are as beautiful as poetry. So although pop music and poetry have many differences, they do have one important thing in common: the power to make us think about how we feel. 25. What did Murray Lachlan Young do a few years ago? A. He had poems and rock music combined. B. He surprised people with his beautiful style of writing. C. He wrote beautiful music for some famous poems. D. He invented a new kind of poem for his fans. 26. According to the article, the difference between poetry and pop songs is that _______. A. there is more rhythm in pop songs than poetry B. pop songs are more difficult to understand than poetry C. some words in pop songs are repeated over and over again D. pop songs are not always performed before audience 27. According to Paragraph 4, which of the following statements is TRUE? A. Songs and poems are equally beautiful. B. The main theme of songs is about relationship. C. Songs tell stories but poems tell about feelings. D. Songs and poems express a similar message. 28. What does the writer say about talented performers today? A. They look at poetry to find ideas for their songs. B. They think their songs are more serious than poetry. C. They give songs more meaning when they sing them. D. They consider themselves to be more popular than poets. C TODAY, Friday, November 12 JAZZ with the Mike Thomas Jazz Band at The Derby Arms. Upper Richmond Road West, Sheen. DISCO Satin Sounds Disco. Free at The Lord Napier, Mort lake High St., from 8 a. m. to 8 p. m. Tel: 682—1158. SATURDAY, November 13 JAZZ Lysis at The Bull?s Head, Barnes. Admission £60. MUSICAL HALL at The Star and Garter, Lower Richmond Road, Putney, provided by the Aba Daba Music Hall company. Good food and entertainment fair price. Tel: 789—6749. FAMILY night out? Join the sing-along at The Black Horse. Sheen Road, Richmond. JAZZ The John Bennett Big Band at The Bull?s Head, Barnes. Admission £80. THE DERBY ARMS, Upper Richmond Road West, give you Joe on the electric accordion (手风琴). Tel: 789—4536. SUNDAY, November 14 DISCO Satin Sounds Disco. Free at The Lord Napier, Mort Lake High Street, from 8 a.m. to 8 p.m. FOLK MUSIC at The Derby Arms. The Short Stuff and residents the Norman Chop Trio. Non-members £70. Tel: 688—4626. HEAVY MUSIC with Tony Simon at The Bull. Upper Richmond Road West, East Sheen. THE DERBY ARMS, Upper Richmond Road West, give you Joe on the electric accordion. 29. If you want to enjoy the electric accordion on Saturday, you should ring _______ to find out at what time it starts. A. 789—6749. B. 789—4536. C. 682—1158. D. 688—4626.

30. You want to spend the Saturday by joining the entertainment with your family. Where should you go? A. Jazz at The Bull?s Head. B. Disco at The Lord Napier. C. The sing-along at The Black Horse. D. The electric accordion at The Derby Arms. 31. Where and when can you hear the Norman Chop Trio? A. At the Bull on Saturday. B. At the Derby Arms on Sunday. C. At the Bull?s Head on Sunday. D. At the Black Horse on Saturday. D In modern society there is a great deal of argument about competition. Some value it highly, believing that it is responsible for social progress and prosperity (繁荣). Others say that competition is bad; that it sets one person against another; that it leads to unfriendly relationship between people. I have taught many children who held the belief that their self-worth relied on how well they performed at tennis and other skills. For them, playing well and winning are often life-and-death affairs. In their single-minded pursuit (追求) of success, the development of many other human qualities is sadly forgotten. However, while some seem to be lost in the desire to succeed, others take an opposite attitude. In a culture which only values the winner and pays no attention to the ordinary players, they strongly blame competition. Among those who are against competition are young people who have suffered under competitive pressures from their parents or society. Teaching these young people, I often observe in them a desire to fail. They seem to seek failure by not trying to win or achieve success. By not trying, they always have an excuse: “I may have lost, but it doesn?t matter because I really didn?t try.” What is not usually admitted by them is the belief that if they had really tried and lost, that would mean a lot. Such a loss would be a measure of their worth. Clearly, this belief is the same as that of true competitors who try to prove themselves. Both are based on the mistaken belief that one?s self-respect relies on how well one performs in comparison with others. Both are afraid of not being valued. Only as this basic and often troublesome fear begins to disappear can we discover a new meaning in competition. 32. What is the best title of this passage? A. Competition! Why friends turn into enemies. B. Competition! What self-respect depends on. C. New meaning found in competition. D. Two mistaken beliefs about competition. 33. Why do some young people suffering from competitive pressures seek failure? A. Because they are aware that they will not succeed in competition. B. Because they don?t think it worthwhile to compete with others. C. Because they are afraid that they would not be valued if they lost. D. Because they are fed up with the great efforts needed to compete with others. 34. Which of the following will the author probably agree with? A. One should treat competition as a life-and-death affair. B. One should make every endeavor to avoid competition. C. One should get rid of the fear of failure in competition. D. One should be given rewards after competing with others. 35. The true competitors and those with a desire to fail both believe _______. A. one?s self-worth comes from how well he performs in comparison with others

B. one?s dream can be achieved if he has mastered good communication skills C. one?s failure happens when he is suffering from emotional problems D. one?s success is based on how hard he has tried 第二节(共 5 小题;每小题 2 分,满分 10 分) 根据短文内容,从短文后的选项中选出能填入空白处的最佳选项。选项中有两项为多余选项。 The kitchen is one of the most important parts of the house. You may think that, since it?s only used for cooking, there?s no need to pay much attention to its color. 36 Color influences people?s mood and creates an atmosphere, and surely you want to be in a good mood when you?re cooking. To decorate a kitchen, first look for a theme which will then influence the color scheme (方案). The most common colors in kitchens are white, yellow and other light colors. Kitchens are usually painted in one color to create a clean and neat look. 37 Also, since kitchens tend to have smaller windows, the light colors help make it brighter. Neutral colors such as gray and cream can also be used to create some contrast. 38 Start with your favorite color, or two light colors that balance each other. Make sure that you test them thoroughly first so that you can be sure they?ll actually work. For more adventurous kitchen owners, three colors next to each other can also work. But these need to be carefully chosen, because one wrong color can ruin the whole look of the kitchen. When the kitchen color scheme has been chosen, other elements must be considered. Some important things, such as cupboards, in the kitchen can affect its look. Tiles (瓷砖) and the floor must be chosen to fit the look. 39 Last but not least, no matter what color scheme you use, make sure that it really is the one you want. 40 A. Many people want to decorate their kitchens with bright colors. B. Different colors have different effects on people?s mood. C. Otherwise, get advice from other members of the family. D. The light colors make the room seem bigger than it is. E. There are different ways to create a color scheme. F. In a word, kitchen decoration must go together with the color scheme. G. But in fact, the color schemes of kitchens are as important as those of any other rooms. 第三部分 英语知识运用(共两节,满分 50 分) 第一节 完形填空(共 20 小题;每小题 1.5 分,满分 30 分) 阅读下面短文,从短文后各题所给的 A、B、C 和 D 四个选项中,选出空白处的最佳选项,并在 答题卡上将该项涂黑。 I went deaf in my right ear and was left with 50% hearing in my left when I was a little boy. My doctors 41 that I would be completely deaf by now, and today, my remaining hearing 42 to 20%, so I think I?m doing pretty 43 . For my 18th birthday, my dad asked me to deejay at the restaurant he owned. I was 44 . I e-mailed a well-known New York City DJ: “I know you like a challenge. How about teaching a deaf person to deejay?” He wrote back the next day: “Challenge 45 .” He tutored me twice a week for two years, helping me develop proper skills. I practiced four hours a day. Now when I?m 46 , muscle memory takes over. 47 I started, I wouldn?t tell the club managers I was deaf. I would just 48 , introduce myself and start playing music. At the end of the night, someone would say, “Oh, here?s the check.” And I?d say, “What? Oh, I can?t hear.” They were always so 49 . Sometimes I would bring doctor?s 50 because they wouldn?t believe me. It was reassurance (安心) that they were giving me gigs (特约演奏) not out of 51 , but because I was good. 52 people started calling me “Deaf DJ”.

Music is not all about 53 . For each show, I can hear some of the lower frequencies and feel the 54 in my feet. I can feel the energy of the song and the 55 goes crazy. The next time you go dancing 56 your ears, and you?ll feel a little bit of 57 I do it. You?ll start using your other senses. You?ll start seeing that you?re able to hear the music in a 58 way. Now, I play all sorts of get-togethers on various occasions. I also go to schools for the deaf and talk to the students about 59 and believing in themselves. I tell their parents, “My 60 to you is to let your kids chase their dreams. I?m a deaf DJ, so why not?” 41. A. agreed B. confirmed C. predicted D. admitted 42. A. increased B. stayed C. dropped D. kept 43. A. well B. much C. bad D. little 44. A. disappointed B. moved C. embarrassed D. hooked 45. A. refused B. accepted C. found D. obtained 46. A. singing B. watching C. performing D. listening 47. A. When B. While C. After D. Until 48. A. cheer up B. show up C. look up D. call up 49. A. satisfied B. frightened C. worried D. surprised 50. A. notes B. orders C. schedules D. letters 51. A. encouragement B. favor C. sympathy D. respect 52. A. Occasionally B. Eventually C. Regularly D. Immediately 53. A. sensing B. playing C. feeling D. hearing 54. A. beat B. noise C. clap D. wave 55. A. music B. song C. crowd D. manager 56. A. fold B. cover C. close D. touch 57. A. what B. that C. why D. how 58. A. funny B. traditional C. strange D. different 59. A. motivation B. talent C. ability D. qualification 60. A. chance B. advice C. idea D. motto 第 II 卷(满分 50 分) 注意:请用黑色中性笔把答案写在答题纸上。写在本试卷上无效。 第三部分 英语知识运用(共两节,满分 50 分) 第二节 单词考查(共 10 小题; 每小题 1 分,满分 10 分) 根据所给汉语提示选用适当的单词完成句子,每空仅限一词。 (共 10 小题;每小题 1 分,满分 10 分) 61. My parents suggested ______________ (推迟) our visit to the pyramids because we did not have enough time. 62. I?m afraid something ______________ (紧急) has come up; I won?t be able to see you tonight. 63. These exercises are designed to ______________ (加强) your stomach muscles. 64. Some teenagers cannot afford to go to universities because the financial ______________ (负担) is too much. 65. I?m starving. I suggest we eat at ______________ (无论哪一个) restaurant has a free table. 66. All the living _____________ (费用) of the disabled are provided by the local community. 67. The President hopes to visit Ireland in the not too _____________ (遥远) future. 68. My cousin _____________ (提交) his thesis to the university last week. 69. Dr King believed the _____________ (分离) of blacks and whites was wrong. 70. Having no children of their own, they decided to _____________ (收养) one.

第三节 语法填空(共 10 小题;每小题 1 分,满分 10 分) 阅读下面材料,在空白处填入适当的内容(不多于 3 个单词)或括号内单词的正确形式。 I enjoy doing physical training in my free time. Yesterday, when I was working out at a gym on my lunch hour, I saw 71 elderly lady there riding on a bike. She couldn?t walk very well, so she had a cane (手杖) near her, 72 she was still there 73 (work) hard. After I finished my exercising, I told her that I was going to wait for her 74 she got done and that I would walk her out to her car. It was a little far to her car and it was a 75 (fog) day yesterday in Missouri. I walked her to the car and opened the car door for her, 76 won me her big smile and gratitude. I know 77 is a small thing, but I felt so good inside for helping her. 78 my help, she could have fallen so easily out in the wet parking lot, and no one would have known she had fallen. I knew she 79 (need) my help, and her smile was enough 80 (make) my day. 第四部分 写作(共两节,满分 30 分) 第一节 单句改错(共 5 小题;每小题 1 分,满分 5 分) 注意:此题要求改正所给句子中的错误,每处错误及其修改均仅限一词,并按下列情况改正: 多一词:把多余的词用斜线(\)划掉。 缺一词:在缺词处加一个漏字符(∧) ,并在下方写出该加的词。 错一词:在错的词下划一横线,并在下方写出改正后的词。 81. If she worked hard enough, she would have passed the English exam. 82. The daughter began treating her father disrespectful after she had got all she could from him. 83. The doctor, whom the nurse is talking to him, is leaving for Africa next month. 84. Among them were a soldier who was wounded in the stomach. 85. Considering to be a great writer, Shakespeare is more famous today. 第二节 书面表达 (满分 25 分) 假设你是李华,你的朋友 Lucy 要来长春参观,请你用英文给她写一封邮件,简要介绍长春。要 点如下: 1. 长春坐落在中国东北部,是吉林省的省会城市; 2. 是经济、文化中心, 被誉为汽车城; 3. 气候四季分明、城市整洁、交通便利、人民热情友好。 注意: 1. 可根据要求加以必要发挥,但不要逐字翻译; 2. 词数为 100 左右; 3. 电子邮件的开头和结尾已为你写好(不计入总词数)。 参考词汇: 汽车城 City of Automobile 四季分明 four distinct seasons Dear Lucy, I?m so happy that you will come to Changchun. ______________________________________________________________________________________ ______________________________________________________________________________________ ______________________________________________________________________________________ ______________________________________________________________________________________ ______________________________________________________________________________________ ______________________________________________________________________________________ ____________________________________________________________________________ Looking forward to seeing you here in Changchun. Sincerely yours, Li Hua

书面表达 One possible version: Dear Lucy, I?m so happy that you will come to Changchun. I?d like to introduce my hometown to you. Situated in the northeastern part of China, Changchun, the capital of Jilin, is the economic and cultural center of the whole province. Famous for its developed automobile industry, Changchun is hailed as City of Automobile. With its four distinct seasons, Changchun has a very pleasant climate. Here, you can see a dynamic city with its clear appearance, friendly citizens and a convenient traffic system. When you come here, I would be happy to be your tour guide to travel around every place of interest in my hometown. Looking forward to seeing you here in Changchun. Sincerely yours, Li Hua

听力原文

Text 1 W: Party of two? M: No, five. Three others are coming later. May I see the menu, please? Text 2 M: May I see Mr. Black the day after tomorrow? W: Let me see… Er… It's November 1st today… Oh, sorry, you can't. But what about tomorrow afternoon? M: That's OK. Thank you. Text 3 W: Which of the two shirts do you like better, the brown one or the black and white one? M: It is not an easy question for me to answer. Brown is not my favorite color and the other is too fancy for me. Text 4 W: I telephone to see if you'd like to go to the movies this afternoon. M: I'd love to, but I just broke my glasses and I have to get another pair before the shop closes. Text 5 W: I haven't seen Tom for quite a long time. What's the matter with him? M: As far as I know, he's been running a fever. Text 6 W: ⑥Those are the headlines for today, and now for the international weather report with Mike Sanderson. M: Thank you, Amy! A series of events occurred this past week around the world. In Switzerland, a major snowslide was reported in the Alps. Fortunately, no one was injured. ⑦Due to the extreme cold this winter, a blizzard has struck the US Midwest, causing classes in schools and universities to be temporarily canceled. Text 7 M: Would you like to have some ice cream? I've got a variety of flavors for you to choose from. W: Wow! What choices you have! ⑨I wish I could, but I just can't. I'm trying to lose weight. M: Come on. It's just a bite. It doesn't really hurt to have just a bite. W: I'd better not. Please don't tempt me. Please! M: Gee! You are really strong-willed. W: You're damn right. I'm not so easily persuaded into doing something that I think is wrong. M: Well, I'd better not tempt you. Otherwise, if I give you a piece of cake, you might ask for a glass of milk. Text 8 M: (12)Monica, can you help me contact these 25 people? (11)I need to confirm the time of their classes. ⑩Their telephone numbers are all listed here on this sheet of paper. W: Are they their home, office or cellphone numbers? M: ⑩They're their home numbers. W: OK. What if I can't get hold of them by phone? M: Their e-mail addresses are also listed on the paper. W: OK. Have you called any of them yet? M: (12)I called the first three people, but the first didn't pick up. You'd better call her again. Text 9 W: OK, Timmy. Do you know why I asked you to come to see me? M: No, not really, Professor Li. I like your class. W: I am glad you do. (13)But you're disturbing the other students with your constant talking.

M: I am? W: Yes. Your classmates are complaining about it. They can't concentrate because you're talking. M: (14)But I am talking about your lecture. I'm not just making conversation. W: Look, Timmy. When I am talking, you should be listening. M: I am sorry, but sometimes I don't understand your point, so I ask someone about it. W: OK, I really don't think you're disturbing the others on purpose. If you have questions, don't ask your neighbor during the class.


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