孝感高中 2016 届高三 4 月调考 英语试题
考试时间：120 分钟 分值：150 分 本试卷分第 I 卷（选择题）和第 II 卷（非选择题）两部分。 第I卷 第一部分 听力（共两节，满分 30 分） 做题时，先将答案标在试卷上。录音内容结束后，你将有两分钟的时间将试卷上的 答案转涂到答题卡上。 第一节（共 5 小题；每小题 1. 5 分，满分 7. 5 分） 1.
Why does the man like his new room? A. It is larger than the old one. C. It is close to the school. 2. How much will the man pay for two general tickets and two student tickets? A. $40. B. $30. C. $20. B. He worked there as a boss. 3. What do w e learn about Jack? A. He gave orders like a boss. C. He spoke to the boss. 4. What does the woman sug gest? A. The radio batteries have been replaced. B. They don’t really need to listen to the radio. C. They should get a new radio. 5. What do we learn about the woman? A. She can’t afford any dictionary. B. She will plan for a good dictionary. C. She has a better dictionary. 第二节（共 15 小题；每小题 1 分，满分 15 分） 听第 6 段材料，回答第 6 至 8 题。 6. What kind of color TV was the man going to buy? A. A big one. A. A big one. B. A small one. B. A small one. C. A cheap one. C. A cheap one. 7. What kind of color TV set does the woman suggest the man should buy? 8. Why does the woman give the man such a suggestion? A. It would be a waste of money. B. He might have to change it in a few years’ time. C. His sitting room is not very big. 听第 7 段材料，回答第 9 至 11 题。
B. It is near the friends’ flats.
9. Which language is beautiful and popular, according to the speaker? A. English. B. Portuguese. C. French. 10. What’s true about Spanish? A. It is popular in European countries. B. It is popular in South America. C. It is popular in Central Africa. 11. What determines the importance of a language? A. The number of the people who speak the language. B. The words and the structures of the language. C. The power of the country whose people speak the language. 听第 8 段材料，回答第 12 至 14 题。 12. What is the weather probably like at the weekend? A. Windy. 13. Where will they go? A. Mountains. A. A hat. B. Seashore. B. A cat. C. Desert. C. A bat. 14. What does the man ask the woman to t ake with her? 听第 9 段材料，回答第 15 至 17 题。 15. Why is the woman moving? A. To find a nicer place to live in. B. To have a better job in a new place. C. To live together with her parents. 16. Where do her parents live? A. In a small village. B. In a big city. C. In a nearby country. 17. Why doesn’t the woman take her dog with her? A. She can’t take care of it. B. Her parents don’t want her to take it. C. She thinks the dog might not be happy there. 听第 10 段材料，回答第 18 至 20 题。 18. What is the total number of students at Deep Springs College? A. 24. B. 9,000. C. 17,000. 19. Which of the following is TRUE of the Deep Spring College? A. It is located in a college town. B. Its school buildings are old. C. Its library is often crowded with students. 20. What can students at Deep Springs do in their spare time? A. Go to the cinema. desert.
B. Watch TV.
C. Take a walk in the
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） 和 D ）中 ，选出最佳选项。 A The City Bike program rolled into New York last spring and proved a hit, with nearly 12,000 New Yorkers signing up for annual memberships. Since 2010, over a dozen US cities have introduced bike-share programs. There’re plenty of bike stations near parks and other car-free areas. The programs we looked at in major cities work the same way. You buy a 24-hour pass. During the time, you get an unlimited number of 30-minute rides. If you go over your given half-hour ride time, you start paying fees for each following 30-minute period. Here are some of the biggest bike-share program in America. Minneapolis: Nice Ride Minnesota Station : Minnehaha Ave. & Minnehaha Pkwy How much: $ 6 for a 24-hour pass. How it works: The fir st 30 minutes are included in the pass; $ 1.50 for the second 30 minutes; $ 4.50 for the third 30 minutes; later $ 6 for every half an hour. Chicago: Divvy Bikes Station : Lakeshore Drive and Monroe St; also Museum Campus How much: $ 7 for a 24-hour pass, with unlimited 30-minute trips. How it works: The first 30 minutes are included in the pass; $ 2 for the second 30 minutes; $ 6 for the third 30 minutes; later $ 8 for every half an hour. New York City: Citi Bike Station : Central Park So. & 6
阅读下列短文 ，从每题所给的四个选项 （A 、B 、C
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How much: $ 9.95 for a 24-hour pass. How it works: The first 30 minutes are included in the pass; $ 4 for the second 30 minutes; $ 9 for the third 30 minutes; later $ 12 for every half an hour. Boston: Hubway Station : Tremont St. & West St. How much: $ 6 for a 24-hour pass. How it works: The first 30 minutes are included in the pass; $ 2 for the second 30 minutes; $ 4 for the third 30 minutes; later $ 8 for every half an hour. We are volunteers. If you want to know more information, please contact us. 21. According to the text, the City Bike program _______. A. was first set up in New York B. is very popular in American cities C. has a long history in America
D. develops very fast all over the world 22. Which of the following bike-share programs costs the riders most? A. Nice Ride Minnesota C. Citi Bike A. $6 B. $ 30 B. Divvy Bikes D. Hubway C. $ 20 D. $ 36
23. If you visit Boston by riding Hubway bike for 3 hours, you have to pay ______.
B I recently got pulled over for speeding not far from my new home in Virginia. I hadn’t been paying attention, and I had driven a few miles an hour over the speed limit. “Can I see your license and registration?” the police officer asked me. I pulled both out for him, and he saw my Pittsburgh address on my Pennsylvania driver’s license. “What are you doing here?” he asked. “Are you with the army?” “No, I’m not.” I answered. I explained that I had just moved to Virginia, and I hadn’t had time to re-register yet. “So what brings you here?” He had asked a direct question. Without thinking very hard, I gave him a direct answer. “Well, officer,” I said, “since you’ve asked, I have cancer. I have just months to live. We’ve moved down here to be close to my wife’s family.” “So you’ve got cancer,” he said flatly. He was trying to figure me out. Was I really dying? Was I lying? He took a long look at me. “You know, for a guy who has only a few months to live, you sure look good.” He was obviously thinking: “Either this guy is pulling one big fat line on me, or he’s telling the truth.” He was trying to question my honesty without directly calling me a liar. And so he had forced me to prove that I was being honest. “Well, officer, I know that I look pretty healthy. I look great on the outside, but the tumors are on the inside.” And then, I don’t know what possessed me, but I just did it. I pulled up my shirt, showing the operational scars. He looked at my scars. He looked in my eyes. He now knew he was talking to a dying man. Well, he wasn’t taking this any further. He handed me back my license. “Do me a favor.” he said, “Slow down from now on.” The awful truth had set me free. As he went back to his police car, I had a realization. I had been one of those gorgeous blondes (金发美女) who could bat her eyelashes and get out of tickets. I drove home under the speed limit, and I was smiling like a beauty queen. 24. The author was stopped by the police officer because ______.
A. he didn’t have a license re-register C. he drove too fast A. he was homesick cared for C. Virginia had better hospitals there
D. he was seriously ill B. his family could be better D. he se rved in the army
25. The author moved to Virginia probably because ______.
26. On hearing about the author’s cancer, the police officer ______. A. said it was an excuse C. asked him to show his scars A. adventurous B. optimistic C After serving as a ski guide in Utah’s back country for more than two decades, a Park City woman is being recognized by Outside Magazine as 2015’s Best Ski Guide. Deb Lovci grew up in Colorado and began skiing when she was five years old. Later she moved to Utah and fell in love with the back country of Wasatch Mountains. Lovci has now served as a Ski Utah Interconnect guide for 27 years. “Anything that you slide on snow, I’m in love with, ” she said. Lovci leads ski tours through the back country of six different resorts located in the Wasatch Mountains. Lovci typically takes a group of eight to ten people on a ski tour each day, and on average, she takes 300 customers on tours through the back country each season. She loves showing off Utah’s wilderness. “I love the back country,” she said. “I love the snow science behind it. I love the safety ? I just love it.” Along with leading ski tours, Lovci is passionate about anything related to activities. She also runs a bed-and-breakfast in Park City, the Old Town Guest House. As “a jack-of- all-trades”, she also runs Alpine skis, Nordic skis competitively, and snowboards, and leads mountain bike tours during the summer. B. showed sympathy for him D. doubted his honesty C. dishonest D. romantic
27. It can be inferred from the passage that the author was ______.
Outside Magazine selected five travel guides in various outdoor fields to
name as the best in their Best of Travel April issue. Lovci said she was unexpectedly cheerful when she was selected as 2015’s Best Ski Guide by Outside
Magazine. “We all work really hard in what we do and we love it and it’s really
nice to get acknowledged,” she said. “I work with a lot of excellent guides and the award could have gone to anybody — any one of us. I often recall my ski
experiences which were fearful at the beginning, but they helped me achieve a success.” In a news release, Ski Utah director of communications, Paul Marshall said, “Deb Lovci is one of the most enthusiastic, focused, knowledgeable guides in the industry. Without her as the forefront of our Interconnect Tour, we would not have the success we have. She has been an enthusiastic part of the Interconnect Tour for 27 years and is thought highly of by our customers.” 28. What helped Deb L ovci to be selected as 2015’s Best Ski Guide? A. Her being ready for any ski risks. B. Her love for Utah’s wilderness and her ski experiences. C. Her dreaming of the best ski job on the planet. D. Her gender and age. 29. The underlined words “a jack-of- all-trades” in Para. 4 probably mean “someone ______”. A. who is very skilled at communicating B. who can be recognized as a workaholic C. who is enthusiastic about doing business D. who can do many different types of work 30. From Paul Marshall’s words, we can infer that _______. A. Lovci should have helped them in the tour B. everyone should think highly of Lovci C. Lovci deserved the award. D. Lovci achieved her success with Interconnect Tour’s help. 31. What would be the best title for the passage? A. Deb Lovci —2015’s Best Ski Guide C. The Ski Utah Interconnect Tour 27 years D Professional courses, such as Masters in In ternational Business or MIB, have been taken by many students in the last two decades. They are choosing new-age non-conventional courses that guarantee a better future. MIB is a specialized course that teaches the international business. There are valid reasons for so much popularity of MIB course. The course content and teaching methods of MIB are quite different from a normal MBA or Master of Business Administration. It has been designed with the sole objective of developing professionals with an in-depth understanding and knowledge of the international trade. The course offers various advantages over
B. Deb Lovci and Outside Magazine D. Deb Lovci — a ski guide for
the conventional MBA degree course. The massive increase in the international business and foreign trade gives excellent job prospects(前景) to the new generation. Acquiring a degree of MIB offers outstanding growth of job opportunities. Those who want to pursue in the field of marketing also have a good future after completing the degree from a reputed MIB college. Big multinational organizations look for talented people who can handle the job profile of International Marketing Manage, and people with MIB degrees are preferred. The profile needs an in-depth understanding of the overseas markets, because it is the strategic post from the perspective of company’s international business growth. Since business finance and economics are covered at length in the curriculum of MIB, students have great job offers in the field of finance as well. Typically, organizations offer the profile of international finance controllers to those who complete MIB with the specialization of finance. The specialization covers aspects of international taxes, accounts, budgeting and so on. People in this field are well-paid, and growth prospects are unlimited. After completing degree course from a reputed MIB college, there is a good scope in the banking and finance sector as well. International banks appoint people who have an excellent grasp over the international banking policies, currency exchange, and international policies. Thus, MIB is the golden key to success with brilliant job opportunities in national and multinational sectors. 32. The second paragraph is mainly developed by _______. A. analyzing causes C. making comparisons B. listing figures D. proving definition
33. More and more people intend to acquire a degree of MIB because _______. A. it is a compulsory course in the colleges B. it offers them conventional economic knowledge C. it offers them opportunities to do small businesses D. it helps them get good jobs in some organizations 34. What can we learn from the last paragraph? A. The international finance controller is a high-quality job. B. People get higher salary in business field than in finance field. C. MIB holders are more promising in all careers than others. D. International banks only accept employees from MIB colleges. 35. What’s the writer’s purpose of writing this article? A. To make an advertisement for the MIB course. B. To analyze the disadvantages of the MIB course. C. To explain why the MIB course is getting popular.
D. To predict the development trend of the MIB course. 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。 You can help your firm innovate(创新) by creating a culture in which all employees are actively encouraged to put forward ideas. But how do you get the best from people and enco urage them to be at their most creative. Stress the importance of creativity. thinking risk falling flat. Make time for brainstorming. Find some time for new ideas to come out. For example, set aside time for brainstorming, hold regular group works hops(研讨 会) and arrange team days out. A team involved in a brainstorming session is likely to be more effective. 37 You should also give individuals the space to reflect privately on their work if you think they need it. Challenge the way staff work. differently. 39 Motivate individuals or teams who come up with winning ideas by actively recognizing creativity, for example through an award scheme. You can reward those who just have a rich flow of suggestions, regardless of whether they are put into action at work. Act on ideas. Creative thinking is only worthwhile if it results in action. Provide the time and resources to develop and carry out those ideas worth acting on. 40 In addition, the flow of ideas may well dry up if staff feel the process is pointless. A. Reward creativity. B. The problem is that our minds are lazy. C. Be willing to make mistakes. D. Make sure all your employees know that you want to hear their ideas. E. Individuals within the team can test and improve the ideas together. F. Encourage employees to keep looking at the way they approach their work. G. Failure to do so means that your firm may fail to benefit from innovation. 第三部分 英语知识运用（共两节，满分 45 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四个选项（A、B、C 和 D）中，选出可以填入空
If they don’t understand
innovation can keep your firm competitive, your efforts at encouraging creative
38 Ask people whether they have considered
alternative ways of working and what might be achieved by doing things
白处的最佳选项，并在答题卡上将该项涂黑。 When I was walking through the forest, I heard someone weeping. I with tears for her heavy 42 43 41 the sound of the soft cry until I saw a woman sitting on the snow. Her eyes were filled from life. I sat on the cold snow with her and 44 , my name is Jane, her my shoulder and my ears. “What is your name?”, she asked. I smiled at her. but to comfort her, I said, “My first name is 45 my last name is Compassion(同情) .” I saw a 46 I asked her “what is your name?” “My name is Ann I read her a poem through which I will 48 49 us when we love ourselves. , my middle name is Hope and smile come upon her face as 47 I had given up hope.”
the message of self-worth to her. Others 50 , it was important for one to have
self- worth. After I shared the poem, we talked a while and then I picked a wild rose that was in the snow. It was 51 that there was a wild rose in such weather. I placed the rose in her hand and a big 52 appeared on her face. Then I felt 54 on it. 55 to kind of 53 at her change and handed her a piece of paper with my
I walked away. She called me cheerfully the next day and expressed her hope and her compassion.
me. She told me I truly 56 my name. Obviously, she had found her faith, her We all need someone in life to say I believe in you. 57 is as rare as a rose in the snow. When you 58 it, don’t let it ever die. Life is too encouragement rather than let unimportant things stand 60 our way. 41. A. heard 42. A. heart 43. A. shared 44. A. Eventually 45. A. Career 46. A. puzzled 47. A. but 48. A. transformed 49. A. tolerate 50. A. Therefore 51. A. usual 52. A. worry 53. A. interest 54. A. name 55. A. regret 56. A. lived up to B. followed B. head B. brought B. Inspiration B. forced B. so B. left B. serve B. However B. rare B. satisfaction B. security B. number B. apology C. waited C. body C. fetched D. enjoyed D. waist D. offered D. Specially D. Faith D. worried D. or D. took D. treasure D. Moreover D. admirable D. shock D. relief D. concern D. made up for
thank all the people who have encouraged us. We should receive and give
B. Deliberately C. Actually C. tired C. because C. conveyed C. hate C. Otherwise C. dreadful C. smile
C. disappointment C. address C. gratitude
B. looked up to C. came up to
57. A. Pleasure 58. A. pass 59. A. good 60. A. in
B. Friendship B. receive B. slow B. on
C. Passion C. choose C. short C. by 第 II 卷
D. Encouragement D. create D. happy D. under
注意事项： 用 0.5 毫米黑色笔迹的签字笔将答案写在答题卡上。写在本试卷上无效。 第三部分 英语知识运用（共两节，满分 45 分） 第二节 （共 10 小题；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（1 个单词）或括号内单词的正确形式。 I was traveling in a small place in New York. That place had no taxi for a short I I 64 61 (distant). One had to take a rickshaw(人力车). I called out for an old man in the waiting line. Before I got on the rickshaw, 62 (automatic) asked how much he would charge to take me across to the Mall. 63 (tell) “10 dollars”. Then I started bargaining. He just gave a hard
smile and said, “Whatever you feel like, please give me. It is not necessary (bargain) on this small amount.” I was a bit ashamed at myself and kept quiet while he continued, “ runs on my sweat. So please give it to me feed so many 65 (like) 66
those taxis, my vehicle does not run on petrol or diesel(柴油) or even gas; 68 (hunger) mouths at home.” 69
67 a smile, for the money has to requested
When we reached the Mall, I gave him the money and the smile and I would preserve his smile for 第四部分 写作（共两节；满分 35 分） 第一节 修 改。 增加：在缺词处加一个漏字符号(∧)，并在其下面写出该加的词。 删除：把多余的词用(＼)划掉。 修改：在错的词下画一横线，并在该词下面写出修改后的词。 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。 短文改错（共 10 小题；每小题 1 分，满分 10 分） 70 long time.
and added a gentle pat on his back. He smiled back as if to give me a receipt
文中共有 10 处语言错误，每句中最多有两处。错误仅涉及一个单词的增加、删除或
It was the break time, and the students was playing on the playground. Jacky was playing the basketball with a group of boys while Lily told him that the headmaster wanted to see him. Jacky seemed confusing. He thought, “I did
something wrong. Why did the headmaster ask me to his office?” Then he walked there nervously. In his surprise, the headmaster praised him, as he learned from some teachers that Jacky usually volunteered to helping others. The headmaster told Jacky he had set example for other students. Hearing that, Jacky was very happily. He promised the headmaster that he will continue to be a caring student. 笫二节 书面表达（满分 25 分）
假如你是李华，是英国某所学校的交换生，你于 2015 年 10 月 14 日在商店购买的电 脑坏了，请你根据下列提示给商店客服写一封信。 主要内容： 1. 写作目的； 2. 描述具体情况（黑屏，无法使用） ； 3. 建议解决办法（更换或退钱） ； 注意：1. 可适当增加细节，使行文连贯； 2. 词数 100 左右。
Dear Sir or Madam, My name is Li Hua, _____________________________
Yours Sincerely, Li Hua
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Dear Sir or Madam， My name is Li Hua, an exchange student from China. I’m writing to complain
about the quality of the computer which I purchased from your store on October 14, 2015. It unexpectedly went wrong a few days after I bought it. The monitor turned out to be a black screen while I was preparing an important report. I tried to restart it according to the instructions, but it still failed to work. Therefore, I’m sure there is something wrong with the computer. I am hoping that you direct me to a store where I may return the faulty item for a new one within the next 3 days. Since your store has gained a good reputation for customer satisfaction, I am confident you will process my complaint at your earlier convenience. Looking forward to your early reply.
Yours Sincerely, Li Hua