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丰城中学 2014-2015 学年高三上学期周练试卷 英 语(1--45 班)
命题人:左琦婧 一、阅读理解(共两节,满分 40 分) A Sport is not only physically challenging, but it can also mentally challenging. Criticism from coaches, parents, and other teammates, as well as pressure to win can create too much anxiety or stress for young athletes. Stress can be physical, emotional, or psychological, and research has showed that it can lead to burnout. Burnout has been described as dropping or quitting of an activity that was at one time enjoyable. The early years of development are critical years for learning about oneself. The sport setting is one where valuable experiences can take place. Young athletes can, for example, learn how to cooperate with others, make friends, and gain other social skills that will be used throughout their lives. Coaches and parents should be aware, at all times, that their feedback to youngsters can greatly affect their children. Youngsters may take their parents? and coaches? criticisms to heart and find a flaw in themselves. Coaches and parents should also be cautious that youth sport participation does not become work for children. The outcome of the game should not be more important than the process of learning the sport and other life lessons. In today?s youth sport setting, young athletes may be worrying more about who will win instead of enjoying themselves and the sport. Following a game, many parents and coaches focus on the outcome and find fault with youngsters? performances. Positive reinforcement should be provided in spite of the outcome. Research shows that positive reinforcement motivates and has a greater effect on learning than criticism. Again, criticism can create high levels of stress, which can lead to burnout. 1. According to the passage sport is positive for young people in that _____. A. it can help them learn more about society B. it teaches them how to set realistic goals for themselves C. it can provide them with valuable experiences D. it enables them to find flaws in themselves 2. According to the passage parents and coaches should _____. A. help children to win every game B. enable children to understand the positive aspect of sports C. pay more attention to letting children enjoy sports D. train children to deal with stress 3. The author?s purpose in writing the passage is _____. A. to emphasize the importance of positive reinforcement to children B. to persuade young children not to worry about criticism C. to discuss the skill of combing criticism with encouragement D. to teach young athletes how to avoid burnout B Do successful businessmen need an office? Increasingly the answer seems to be no. Chris Ward, author of the book Out of Office explains how President Barack Obama?s first inauguration (就职) speech was written by 27-year-old Jon Favreau sitting in Starbucks; how Richard Tait, creator of Cranium, started the board game in a coffee shop; how Michael Acton
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Smith invented the children?s virtual world Moshi Monsters in his local Caffè Nero; and how JK Rowling, the novelist behind Harry Potter, believes a caféis the best place to write. It is a convincing view, and for basic start-ups it makes much more sense to work from home and public spaces such as café s than renting an expensive office. Offices are hard to find, costly to decorate and involve much tiring administration. Moreover, by staying independent you avoid the misery of a daily commute(往返上下班), which for many is the worst part of a job. Thanks to mobile communications, WiFi and cloud storage, together with the increasing heavy-duty equipment such as photocopiers, fax machines and desktop PCs, the traditional office is becoming redundant(多余的) for many sorts of organizations and workers. Of course, factory managers, surgeons, chefs and industrial chemists are still tied to special locations. But many of us – from software engineers and copywriters to architects and fashion designers – can operate almost anywhere. That freedom, and a willingness to adapt, can make one?s career more enjoyable and, sometimes, more efficient. 4. The second paragraph mainly wants to tell us__________. A. Obama didn?t write his inauguration speech by himself B. People don?t have to work in an office C. A caféis the best place to write D. Many writers like to write in a coffee shop 5. Which of the following careers is tied to special locations? A. Software engineers. B. Copywriters. C. Surgeons. D. Fashion designers. 6. The traditional office is becoming redundant due to the following EXCEPT_____. A. mobile communications B. WiFi and cloud storage C. heavy-duty equipment D. the misery of a daily commute 7. What can we infer from the text? A. Many people hate commuting daily. B. The tradition office will no longer exist. C. Working in public places will reduce efficiency. D. Chefs can work anywhere. C Blind tasting is a very strange activity. Contrary to what many imagine, it has nothing to do with blindfolds. It involves tasting a wine without seeing the label and it can deliver shocking surprises. I tasted seven champagnes(香槟) blind with a group of professionals recently. There was a shock when they discovered the wine most of them preferred carried a label they regarded as their least favorite. That sort of result is especially common with champagne, the most image-driven rather than quality-driven wine of all. But it happens all the time when wine is tasted blind. Because I?m interested in how wines really taste instead of how I think they should, I taste wine blind as often as I can, especially when assessing similar young wines. But blind tasting when you know absolutely nothing about the wine in front of you is something completely different. The most difficult Master of Wine exams include three sessions during which you have a dozen glasses in front of you and nothing more helpful than a printed exam paper asking you to identify each wine as closely as possible, and assess its quality. Now that the MW is behind me, I taste wine completely blind only very rarely, and never in public. So my blind tastings these days are round the dinner table with good friends and once a year when I act as a judge, with Hugh Johnson, in the Oxford vs Cambridge wine-tasting competition. This is the most extraordinary match, always held before the Boat Race but taken just as seriously nowadays. This year?s taste-off took place at the end of last month, as usual in the Oxford and Cambridge Club on Pall Mall in London. 8. Which of the following is true about Blind tasting?
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A. Blind tasting is the professional way to identify a wine. B. Blind tasting usually has the right result. C. Blind tasting means tasting a wine with one?s eyes covered. D. Blind tasting is tasting a wine without seeing the label. 9. Why did the professionals get shocked at the result of their blind tasting? A. They got all the results correctly. B. They didn?t recognize their favorite at all. C. The writer made no mistakes. D. Champagnes can not be tasted blind. 10. Which of the following interests the writer most? A. Assessing young wines. B. Master of wine exams. C. Tasting wine blind in public. D. Oxford v Cambridge wine-tasting competition. 11. What can we infer from the last paragraph? A. The Boat Race is taken more seriously than the wine race. B. The Oxford v Cambridge wine-tasting competition is held annually. C. I didn?t act as a judge last year. D. Pall Mall is chosen as the competition place for the first time. D Bangkok has become the world's top tourist destination, with 15.98 million visitors projected to visit Thailand's capital city this year, according to the third annual Global Destination Cities Index released by MasterCard on Monday. Based on data MasterCard collected from governments, central banks, related public agencies and airlines so far this year, the projection (预测) for the entire year says Bangkok is surpassing London, the previous holder of the top place, by a very narrow margin. Monday's report marked the first time any Asian city has been projected to be the top-ranked tourist destination. London came in second, with 15.96 million visitors expected in 2013, and Paris, third, with 13.92 million visitors. MasterCard looked at 132 cities. Other Asian cities that made it to the Top-20 Global Destination Cities in 2013 include Singapore at number four, with 11.75 million visitors; Kuala Lumpur at number eight, with 9.2 million visitors; Hong Kong at number nine, with 8.72 million visitors; Seoul at number 11, with 8.19 million visitors; Shanghai at number 14, with 6.5 million visitors, Tokyo at number 16, with 5.8 million visitors, and Taipei, with 5.19 million visitors. The study found that Bangkok is experiencing a large increase in its number of tourists in 2013, up 9.8% from 2009. That compares to New York's increase at 5.0% and London's at 3.8%. Paris, meanwhile, saw a small dip in its number of tourists (negative 0.7%). Caroline Lledo, who was visiting Bangkok from France, said Thailand has many offerings. “We like culture and the people are so nice. We also love shopping here,” Ms. Lledo said. MasterCard Worldwide's global economic adviser Yuwa Hedrick-Wong cited(引用)overall value for money spent for why Bangkok is attractive. That is true for Thailand overall as well. 12. From the passage we can know that___________. A. Bangkok defeated London by a wide margin B. there are 15.96 million visitors visiting London in 2013 C. London Topped List of World's Tourist Destinations in 2012 D. Paris is experiencing an increase in its number of tourists 13. How many Asian cities have made it to the Top-20 Global Destination Cities in 2013? A. Seven. B. Eight. C. Nine. D. Ten. 14. What attracts visitors to Thailand?
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A. Culture and natural scenery. B. People and buildings. C. Shopping and environment. D. Culture, people and shopping. 15. What can we know about MasterCard? A. MasterCard collected data from private agencies. B. It is the third time that MasterCard has released the Index. C. Caroline Lledo was MasterCard?s adviser. D. MasterCard surveyed 131 cities. 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,并在答题卡上将该项 涂黑。选项中有两项为多余选项。 We all see and hear about extraordinary people around us and wonder why can?t we be more like them? It?s not the big things that make someone extraordinary. Here are some small thi ngs that extraordinary people do every day: ● 16 Just because you?re the boss, doesn?t mean you are right every time. Learn to back up your decisions with reason. Use logic to explain things, not authority. By doing this your decisions might invite criticism, but you will also get an opportunity to improve. ●They are generous with compliments(恭维). Remember the time, when you worked really hard but got nothing in return. Not even a thank- you._____17_______ So every chance you get to praise someone, do it. A simple, “That was some great work, keep it up,” can go a long way in making the employees feel great about themselves. 18 ●They are helpful. Never hesitate to help someone. It?s fairly simple but it goes a long way. Don?t be non-committal (不负责的) and say something vague like, “Can I help you?” because they might just say, “No, I?m good.” 19 “I had the same problem with this coffee machine in the morning. I think I have figured a way to make it work.” Offer in a way that feels mutu ally beneficial. ●They?re in charge of their emotions. Sometimes it is very important to stay silent. Especially when you?re angry, you don?t want to end up saying things you didn?t really mean to. So they take their time to think back to what happened, and then come to a decision about how to deal with it. 20 Never be too casual with words or actions. A. They are sensitive to others. B. The key is to be specific. C. A compliment can have a positive impact on their lives. D. When you feel awkward receiving a compliment, give the person a smile. E. They are open to criticism. F. It hurts when your efforts are not recognized. G. Before you say anything, consider others? feelings. 二、完形填空 (共 20 小题;每小题 1.5 分,满分 30 分) Most shoplifters (商店扒手) agree that the January sales offer wonderful opportunities for the hard-working thief. 21 the shops so crowded and the staff so busy, it does not require any extraordinary talent to help you to take one or two little things and escape 22 . It is known, in the business, as “hoisting”. But the hoisting game is not 23 it used to be. Even at the height of the sales, shoplifters today never know 24 they are being watched by one of those evil little balls that hang from the ceilings of so many department stores above the most desirable goods.
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As if that was not trouble enough for them, they can now be filmed 25 and obliged to attend a showing of their performance in court. Selfridges was the first big London store to install closed-circuit videotape equipment to watch its sales floors. In October last year the store won its first court 26 for shoplifting using an evidence of a videotape clearly showing a couple 27 dresses. It was an important test case which 28 other stores to install similar equipment. When the balls, called sputniks, first make a(n) 29 in shops, it was widely believed that their only function was to 30 shoplifters. Their 31 ridiculous appearances, the curious holes and red lights going on and off, certainly make the theory believable. It did not take long, 32 , for serious shoplifters to start showing suitable 33 . Soon after the equipment was 34 at Selfridges, store detective Brian Chadwick was sitting in the control room watching a woman 35 putting bottles of perfume into her bag. “As she turned to go,” Chadwick 36 , “she suddenly looked up at the ?sputnik? and stopped. She could not 37 have seen that the camera was trained on her because it is completely hidden, but she 38 have had a feeling that I was looking at her.” “For a moment she paused, but then she 39 to counter and started putting everything 40 . When she had finished, she opened her bag towards the camera to show it was empty and hurried out of the store.” 21. A. As B. With C. For D. Since 22. A. noticed B. noticing C. unnoticed D. unnoticing 23. A. how B. that C. which D. what 24. A. if B. that C. how D. why 25. A. at rest B. at attention C. at work D. at shock 26. A. case B. theft C. discussion D. conversation 27. A. trying B. wearing C. stealing D. packaging 28. A. stopped B. kept C. encouraged D. called 29. A. difference B. influence C. appearance D. function 30. A. attack B. calm C. excite D. frighten 31. A. somehow B. somewhat C. anyhow D. somewhere 32. A. however B. thus C. therefore D. anyway 33. A. respect B. interest C. fright D. courage 34. A. in operation B. in case C. in trouble D. in advance 35. A. publicly B. bravely C. quickly D. secretly 36. A. replied B. repeated C. recalled D. requested 37. A. possibly B. politely C. pleasantly D. patiently 38. A. could B. would C. should D. must 39. A. came B. left C. returned D. rushed 40. A. off B. in C. up D. back 三、语法填空(共 10 分;每小题 1.5 分,满分 15 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。 Once upon a time there was a girl who was beautiful, but lazy and careless. Nowhere can people find a girl like her,__41__was so illtempered when spinning (纺织). If there was a little knot in the cotton, she at once pulled out all of it, and__42__(throw) it on the ground beside her. She had a servant who was hardworking. __43__gathering together the discarded (丢弃的) cotton, cleaning it
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and spinning it well, she made a beautiful dress out of it for__44__. A young man, who looked forward to__45__(marry) a good wife, courted (求婚) the lazy girl, and the wedding was about to take place. __46__the eve of the wedding, the hardworking girl was dancing in th e hall merrily in her__47__(beauty) dress, and the bride said, “Ah, it is because I discarded the cotton__48__the girl can make such a beautiful dress!” The young man heard this, and asked the bride what she meant by it. So she told him that the girl was wearing a dress made from the cotton which she had thrown__49__. When the young man heard this, he knew it was a lazy girl whom he was going to marry, while in the hall__50__(stand) a poor hardworking girl. So he gave up the bride and went to the other girl, and chose her as his wife.

四、短文改错(共 10 小题;每小题 1 分,满分 1 0 分) Good morning, everyone! Today, I?d like to talk about culture shock. Perhaps you think studying in the different country is something that sound very exciting. It is a new experience, where brings the opportunity of discovering amazed things. It also brings a feeling of free. Despite of these advantages, therefore, there are also some challenges you will face. You may have difficulty adjust to quite different things. To be exact, culture shock is a feeling of anxiety, uncertainty and confusion felt by people when you first arrive another country.

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丰城中学 2015-2016 学年高三上学期周练答题卡


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三.短文改错(共 10 题,每题 1 分,满分 10 分)只有 10 处错误。 Good morning, everyone! Today, I?d like to talk about culture shock. Perhaps you think studying in the different country is something that sound very exciting. It is a new experience, where brings the opportunity of discovering amazed things. It also brings a feeling of free. Despite of these advantages, therefore, there are also some challenges you will face. You may have difficulty adjust to quite different things. To be exact, culture shock is a feeling of anxiety, uncertainty and confusion felt by people when you first arrive another country.

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周练英语答案(2015.10. 14 )
阅读理解 CCA BCDA DBAB CBDB EFCBG 完形填空 BCDAC ACCCD BAAAD CADCD 语法填空 41. who 42. threw 43. By 44. herself
46. On 47. beautiful 48. that

45. marrying 49. away 50. stood 3. where 改成 which 6. despite of 的 of 去掉 9. you 改成 they

短文改错
1.the 改成 a 2. sound 改成 sounds 4.amazed 改成 amazing 5. free 改成 freedom 7.therefore 改成 however 8. adjust 改成 adjusting 10. arrive 后加 in

阅读理解 CCA BCDA DBAB CBDB EFCBG 完形填空 BCDAC ACCCD BAAAD CADCD 语法填空 41. who 42. threw 43. By 44. herself
46. On 47. beautiful 48. that

45. marrying 49. away 50. stood 3. where 改成 which 6. despite of 的 of 去掉 9. you 改成 they

短文改错
1.the 改成 a 2. sound 改成 sounds 4.amazed 改成 amazing 5. free 改成 freedom 7.therefore 改成 however 8. adjust 改成 adjusting 10. arrive 后加 in

阅读理解 CCA BCDA DBAB CBDB EFCBG 完形填空 BCDAC ACCCD BAAAD CADCD 语法填空 41. who 42. threw 43. By 44. herself
46. On 47. beautiful 48. that

45. marrying 49. away 50. stood 3. where 改成 which 6. despite of 的 of 去掉 9. you 改成 they

短文改错
1.the 改成 a 2. sound 改成 sounds 4.amazed 改成 amazing 5. free 改成 freedom 7.therefore 改成 however 8. adjust 改成 adjusting 10. arrive 后加 in

阅读理解 CCA BCDA DBAB CBDB EFCBG 完形填空 BCDAC ACCCD BAAAD CADCD 语法填空 41. who 42. threw 43. By 44. herself
46. On 47. beautiful 48. that

45. marrying 49. away 50. stood 3. where 改成 which 6. despite of 的 of 去掉 9. you 改成 they

短文改错
1.the 改成 a 2. sound 改成 sounds 4.amazed 改成 amazing 5. free 改成 freedom 7.therefore 改成 however 8. adjust 改成 adjusting 10. arrive 后加 in
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阅读理解 1-3 CCA
得益于移动通信、无处不在的 WiFi 无线网络和云存储,以及复印机、传真机和台式电脑等重型设备变得越来越无关紧 要,传统办公室对许多组织和员工来说日益显得多余。 4.B. 推理判断。第二段作者引用 Chris Ward 的话,主要是想告诉大家人们不必非要在办公室里工作。 5.C. 细节理解。根据最后一段 Of course, factory managers, surgeons, chefs and industrial chemists are still tied to specialist locations.可知答案。 6.D. 细节理解。根据最后一段第一句话可知答案。 7.A. 推理判断。根据第三段 Moreover, by staying independent you avoid the misery of a daily commute, which for many is the worst part of a job.可知答案。 盲品(blind tasting)并不是大多数人想象中的蒙着眼睛品酒,而是通过纯品尝而非看酒标来对葡萄酒进行评价。这是一种 奇特的活动,因为它常常为参与者带来无比的震撼。 8.D. 细节理解。根据 It involves tasting a wine without seeing the label 一句可知答案。 9.B. 细节理解。根据第一段 There was a shock when they discovered the wine most of them preferred carried a label they regarded as their least favorite.(当他们发现自己挑选出来的自己“最喜欢的”的酒竟然贴着他们平时最不喜欢的酒的标签时,吃惊非 小。 )可知答案。 10A. 细节理解。根据第二段 Because I?m interested in how wines really taste instead of how I think they should, I taste wine blind as often as I can, especially when assessing similar young wines.可知答案。 11.B. 推理判断。根据第三段 and once a year when I act as a judge, with Hugh Johnson, in the Oxford v Cambridge wine-tasting competition.可知答案。 D篇 据万事达卡(MasterCard)周一发布的年度全球旅游目的地城市指数(Global Destination Cities Index)显示,泰国首都曼谷 成为世界第一大旅游目的地,曼谷以极微弱的优势超过上年的冠军伦敦夺得第一名。 12.C. 推理判断。根据文章第一段 Bangkok is surpassing(超过)London, the previous holder of the top place 可知答案伪 C。 13.B. 细节理解。由第三段可知进入前 20 名的全球旅游目的地亚洲城市有 Bangkok, Singapore Kuala Lumpur, Hong Kong ,Seoul, Shanghai, Tokyo, Taipei 共 8 个。 14.D. 细节理解。由最后一段可知吸引人们到泰国旅游的因素有文化、人民和购物。 15.B. 推理判断。 根据文章第一段 according to the third annual Global Destination Cities Index released by MasterCard on Monday. 可知答案为 B。

语法填空 41.who who 引导定语从句,修饰 a girl。 42.threw 并列连词 and 连接两个并列谓语 pulled 和 threw。 43.By by doing sth“通过做某事”。 44.herself 女仆用扔掉的棉花给自己做了条漂亮的裙子。 45.marrying look forward to 中的 to 为介词,后接动名词做宾语。 46.On on the eve of“在……的前夕”。 47.beautiful 修饰名词 dress 应用形容词。 48.that 本句是强调句,强调 because I discarded the cotton。 49.away throw away“扔掉”。 50.stood 根据文中的时态应用一般过去时。

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