广东实验中学 2015—2016 学年（下）高一级模块 3 考试 英 语
本试卷分选择题和非选择题两部分，共 10 页，满分 150 分，考试用时 120 分钟。 注意事项： 1．答卷前，考生务必用黑色字迹的钢笔或签字笔将自己的姓名、考号填写在答题卡上。 2．选择题每小题选出答案后，用 2B 铅笔把答题卡上对应题目的答案标号涂黑；如需改动， 用橡皮擦干净后，再选涂其它答
案；不能答在试卷上。 3．非选择题必须用黑色字迹的钢笔或签字笔作答，答案必须写在另发的答题卷各题目指定区 域内的相应位置上；如需改动，先划掉原来的答案，然后再写上新的答案；不准使用铅笔 和涂改液.不按以上要求作答的答案无效。 4．考生必须保持答题卡的整洁，考试结束后，将答题卷和答题卡一并收回。 第一部分 听力（共两节，满分 20 分） 第一节 听力理解（共 9 小题，每小题 1 分；满分 9 分） 每段播放两遍，各段后有几个小题，各段播放前有 10 秒钟的阅题时间，请根据各段播放内 容及相关小题，从题中所给的 A、B、C 项中选出最佳选项并在答题卡上将该项涂黑。 听第一段对话，回答 1-3 题。 1. Why does the woman feel tired? A. Because she catches a cold. B. Because she doesn’t have a balanced diet. C. Because she works as a model. 2. What does the woman need to eat? A. Peas and peppers. roast duck. 3. What advice does the doctor give? A. Have more vegetables and fruit. B. Quit her job as a model. C. Combine diet with exercise. 听第二段对话，回答 4-6 题。 4. Where does the conversation most probably take place? A. In a clothes shop. 5. What does the man want? A. A large sweater. sweater. 6. How much does it cost? A. $80 for cash. 听第三段对话，回答 7-9 题。 B. $72 for cash. C. $8 for cash. B. A blue sweater. C. A large blue B. In a changing room. C. In a street. B. Peaches and lemons. C. Chicken breast and
7. Who is woman called Barbara Stone? A. The interviewer. B. The interviewee. C. The astronaut. 8. What topic is not mentioned in the interview? A. The most exciting space experience. B. The most difficult space experience. C. The success in landing on the moon. 9. What can we learn from the conversation? A. The man had to eat specially made food in spaceship. B. The man became an astronaut by accident. C. The man floated weightlessly when he left the earth’s atmosphere. 第二节 听取信息（共 11 小题；每小题 1 分，满分 11 分） 请根据你所听到信息填写相应的空格， 并把答案写在答题卷标号为 10～20 的相应位置上， 录音播放两遍。 （第 10-18 题，每空填 1-3 个词；第 19-20 题，填写完整句子。 ） I travel a lot with my schoolmate, and I’m impressed by their different traditions of ____10____ every time I ask ?How can I get to the post office?? In Japan, people use ____11____ in their directions rather than ____12____. For example, the Japanese will say to travelers, ?____13____ to the corner. Turn left at the big hotel and go past a rose bush. The post office is ____14____ the bus stop.? In the country of the American Midwest, people will give you ____15____. In Kansas or Iowa, for example, people will say, ?Go north two miles. Turn east, and then go ____16____.? This is ____17____. People in Los Angeles, California measure distance ____18____, not miles. ?________19________? you ask. ?Oh,? they answer, ?it’ s approximately five minutes from here.? You say, ?Yes, but ________20________?? They don’t know. 第二部分 语言知识及应用（共三节，满分 55 分） 第一节 单项选择（共 15 小题，每小题 1 分；满分 15 分） 请根据题意，从 21--35 各题所给的 A、B、C 和 D 项中，选出最佳选项，并在答题卡上将 该项涂黑。 21. ___ every one of you succeed in passing the mid-term examination. A. May A. shouldn’t eat C. shouldn’t have eaten A. might B. need B. Could C. Might B. mustn’t eat D. mustn’t have eaten C. should D. would D. Would 22. I have a stomach upset; I ________ so much ice cream just now.
23. You can not imagine such a well-behaved gentleman _______be so rude to a lady. 24. The reason for his success is _____ he worked harder than anyone of you.
A. why A. What; what
B. that B. What; that
C. because C. That; that
D. for D. That; what
25. _______ we can’t get seems better than _______we have. 26. --- Do you know ______ Mr. Black’s address is. --- He may live at No.18 or No.19 of Bridge Street. I’m not sure of ______ A. where; which VR. A. that now. A. which A. that B. what B. what C. the place where C. which D. where D. this 29. It is what you do rather than what you say ______ matters. 30. Has it been announced ______? A. when are the planes to take off C. where are the planes to take off A. to burn large____. A. that; country one 33. The United States is ______ the continent of North America and ______ the east of Japan. A. to; in B. on; to C. in; beside D. at; on 34. ---Would you like to have another cigarette? --- No, thanks. I’m trying to___. A. cut off B. cut up C. cut into D. cut down 35. --- Do you mind if I open the windows? --- ______ I feel hot as well. A. Please don’t. Why don’t? 第二节 完形填空（共 20 小题，每小题 1.5 分；满分 30 分） 阅读下面短文，掌握其大意，然后从 36—55 各题所给的 A、B、C 和 D 项中，选出最佳选 项，并在答题卡上将该项涂黑。 I lifted my wet woollen gloves to my face and wiped the snowflakes from my eyes. B. I’d rather not. C. Go ahead. D. B. it; ones C. that; countries D. it; B. burn B. that are the planes to take off D. when the planes are to take off C. burned D. burning B. if C. whether D. that if 28. Captain John Smith was among the first to settle in ______ is called New England B. where; what C. what; which D. what; where 27. Father made a promise ___ I passed the examination he would buy me a PlayStation
31. It’s dangerous if you have the fire _____ all night long. 32. Some people believe ___ is easier for small countries to develop than for
I could not feel my nose wind was making me could see my 39 home. But Mum and Dad had
formed a thick fog in the air. The biting
37 . I was fed up! I didn’t want to be here. I wanted to go 38 me to go for a Sunday afternoon walk in the park. I 40 . 41 . I could 42 the wind crying like a 44 , which used 45 43 . The once-green tree in the snowy path, like a trail of breadcrumbs (一串面包屑) in
the forest showing me the way I stopped and listened to my
homeless dog hungry for a delicious
to wave gently in the breeze, had become bare, and pale sun. My breath was like silky soft Suddenly there was Mum, smile immediately 48 47 my heart.
the grass was covered with a
blanket of fresh snow. Then I saw a broken spider’s web shining golden beneath a 46 floating up into the freezing cold air. handing me a big cup of hot chocolate. Her big 49 ,? she said as she placed a comforting 51 and felt it slowly dripping down my 54 fed up or cold. I was happy
?Here you are, Jo. This will keep you arm around my shoulders and throat like lava (熔岩) warm, not and 55 . B. breath B. thirsty B. forbidden B. image B. inside B. whispers B. hear B. drink B. branches B. shabby B. rain B. cheerfully B. impressed B. alive B. felt B. liquid B. walking B. abandoned 52 50 I slowly took a mouthful of the hot
her cheek against mine.
down a mountainside. My wet woollen gloves were now
53 . My breath warmed, and I was
36. A. sweat 37. A. hungry 38. A. forced 39. A. shadow 40. A. up 41. A. surroundings 42. A. see 43. A. chocolate 44. A. roots 45. A. colourful 46. A. ice 47. A. finally unwillingly 48. A. melted 49. A. calm 50. A. raised 51. A. soup 52. A. flowing 53. A. damaged
C. tears C. cold C. allowed C. shoes C. home C. heartbeat C. feel C. bone C. trunks C. plain C. smoke
D. words D. tired D. needed D. footprints D. there D. mind D. smell D. snowball D. leaves D. white D. light D. D. stopped D. awake D. pressed D. cup D. squeezing D. worn
C. gradually C. broke C. warm C. dropped C. meal C. jumping C. frozen
54. A. either 55. A. surprised
B. sometimes B. contented
C. no less C. determined
D. no longer D. warm-hearted
第三节 语法填空（共 10 小题，每小题 1 分；满分 10 分） 阅读下面短文，按照句子结构的语法性和上下文连贯的要求，在空格处填入一个适当的词 或使用括号中词语的正确形式填空，并将答案填写在答题卷标号为 56～65 的相应位置上。 Sam went to a mall and saw a nice-looking watch. He loved it so was still hesitating no idea 58 57 56 (violent) that he made up his mind to buy it. However, the owner asked 50 dollars for it. Sam a young man rushed into the shop, grabbed the watch and 59 Sam found the very young man at the next ran away with it. The whole thing happened in just a few seconds and the owner had to do. It so happened corner after he left. He said to Sam in a low voice about selling a second-hand watch for 30 dollars. time and left with 60 (pretend) to know nothing about the robbery, Sam paid in no 61 light heart. Sam showed off his new watch, thinking that 62 carefully, one of his friends 63 most. Realizing the owner 65
it was really a bargain. But, after examining and the young man
said that it must be fake and was worth 2 dollars (cheat) that he was totally speechless. 第三部分 阅读理解（共两节，满分 40 分） 第一节 阅读理解（共 15 小题，每小题 2 分；满分 30 分）
64 (plan) the trap together, Sam was so embarrassed about
阅读下列短文，从每题所给的 A、B、C 和 D 项中，选出最佳选项，并在答题卡上将该项 涂黑。 A It was a late Wednesday night when the dreading phone call reached our home. I sat up, somehow terrified, so I could hear the phone call better. To my surprise, I heard my mom burst into tears. ?Get the car, Dean! Andrea has been in a car accident.? We ran every stop sign on the way to the hospital and our tires screeched around every corner. We got to the hospital, but were not allowed to see Andrea. The next morning, after wearing masks, we were allowed to go to the ICU to see Andrea. Well, the least I could say was that everything was injured in her body and she lost all of her memories. It was a fatal accident. Over the next two months, I lived more at the hospital than I did at my house. I watched as Andrea worked so hard to gain back everyday motor skills. She never once complained or pitied herself; her determined spirit was shining through. After two weeks in the ICU and two months of the regular hospital treatment, Andrea was able to come home. She missed several months of school, so it was hard for her to catch up. Andrea had tasks to accomplish, and no matter how hard it was, she stuck with
them until the job was done. Though busy with dealing with pain and therapy, she always found time to love and play with me. I’ll never forget the impact that this incident made on my life. I admire her strong-willed personality and her determined spirit. Today she is perfectly normal, despite the scars and the pins holding her leg in place. I couldn’t ask for a better sister, hero, or best friend. 66. The writer sat up to hear the call because he _______. A. sensed that something terrible had happened. B. might be very concerned about who phoned so late. C. wanted to scold the people who phoned so late. D. was not sure whether the telephone concerned him. 67. From the underlined sentence in the second paragraph, we can infer that _______. A. the family did not obey the traffic rules. B. the writer’s father was not good at driving. C. the whole family were too anxious to see Andrea. D. their house was very far from the hospital. 68. __________ mainly made the writer’s sister recover from the car accident. A. The family’s encouragement C. The treatment A. had to give up all her studies C. refused to be accompanied. A. My Sister –– the Hero in My Life C. An Accident Which Changed My Sister Much B THURSDAY, July 9 (Health Day News) — A new study that found that a lower calorie diet slowed the aging process in monkeys could be the best proof yet that restricted diets might do the same for humans. ?The big question in aging research is, ‘Will caloric restriction in species closely related to humans slow aging？’ ? said Richard Weindruch, senior author of a paper appearing in the July 10 issue of Science. This is the first clear demonstration that, in a primate species, we’ re inducing a slowdown of the aging process — showing increased survival, resistance to disease, less brain atrophy and less muscle loss. ?This predicts humans would respond similarly， ? added Weindruch, professor of medicine at the University of Wisconsin and an investigator at the Veterans Hospital in Madison. Another expert noted that, despite some highly publicized studies in B. Andrea’s strong will D. The eagerness for study B. stopped playing with the writer. D. showed unbelievable strength. B. A Miracle Happening to My Sister D. An Incident Which Influenced Me
69. During the treatment, Andrea _______.
70. What would be the best title for the passage?
certain species, the link between restricted eating and longer lifespan has been far from proven. ?The idea that dietary restriction extends lifespan in all species is not true. Many strains of rats and mice do not respond. In some strains, it ’ s actually deleterious,? explained Felipe Sierra, director of the biology of aging program at the US National Institute on Aging (NIA), which supported the new study. ?The fact that it doesn’t work in some mice but it does seem to work in monkeys is surprising and it gives us hope.? But there’ s a larger question: how to change humans’ increasingly careless eating habits. ?This finding doesn’t give me hope that humans are going to go into dietary restriction, ? added Marianne Grant, a registered dietitian at Texas A&M Health Science Center Coastal Bend Health Education Center in Corpus Christi. 71. The underlined word ?restricted? means ?________?. A. limited B. satisfied C. reserved D. fascinated 72. Which of the following statements about Weindruch is true? A. Adequate sleep is another way to reduce the speed of aging process. B. This experiment indicates restricted diets could extend humans’ lifespan. C. The experiment was a failure in some species such as mice. D. The experiment which had been tested on humans got a great success. 73. According to Felipe Sierra’ s idea, we know that________. A. the restricted diets experiment really had no distinct effect on rats and mice B. humans are finding new ways to slow down the aging process of all the species C. the experiment is unnecessary to be carried on because of the response of the mice D. the experiment confirmed that restricted diets extend lifespan in all species 74. It can be inferred from the underlined sentence that ________. A. the result of the experiment shows that humans are not pigging out（大吃特吃） nowadays B. nowadays humans are turning unhealthy diets into lower calorie diets C. how to change humans’ careless eating habits is a long way to go D. the experiment changed humans’ increasingly careless eating habits 75. The author most likely wrote this text to________. A. compare the two experiments on rats and monkeys B. illustrate the data from the research C. call on people to pay attention to their daily diets D. introduce a lively debate to amuse the reader C For thousands of years comets have been a mystery to man. They travel across the
sky very fast and have a bright ?tail? of burning gas. The comet Tempel 1 has an orbit（轨道） far outside the orbit of the furthest planet in our solar system, Pluto. It has been there for 4.6 billion years, 133 million kilometers from Earth. Last week a little American spacecraft crashed into Tempel 1. The spacecraft had a camera and it took a photograph of the comet every minute before it finally crashed into its surface. The space mission to Tempel 1 cost $335 million and was called Deep Impact. The spacecraft was travelling at 37,000 kilometers per hour when it hit the comet and the crash completely destroyed the spacecraft. But before it hit the comet, the spacecraft took some amazing photographs. The last one was a close-up picture which the spacecraft took just 3 seconds before it crashed into the comet. ?Right now we have lost one spacecraft,? said a delighted NASA engineer. Deep Impact was like a American Independence Day fireworks display. It took many years to plan and ended in an enormous explosion. The spacecraft which crashed into the comet was made of copper and was the size of a washing machine. It was dropped from a mothership into the path of the comet and the mothership then photographed the cloud of ice, dust and organic chemicals that rose from the surface of the comet after the crash. The crash completely destroyed the spacecraft but nothing really happened to the comet: experts believe that the crash slowed the comet down by no more than 1/10,000 of a millimeter a second.The aim of the mission was to study for the first time the interior of a comet. The mothership was 480 km from the explosion and observed the crash and the explosion with instruments for 800 seconds. Seven satellites, including the Hubble space telescope, watched the moment of drama, and over the next day and night about 50 telescopes on Earth were watching the distant comet. 76. How many hours did it take for the spacecraft from the earth to touch the comet Tempel 1? A. About 2,500 1? S=solar P=Pluto T= Tempel B. About 3,500 C. About 4,500 D. About 5,500 77. Which of the following shows the possible orbits and positions of the comet Tempel
78. Which of the following is the closest in meaning to the underlined word in Paragraph 5? A. position. distance. 79. Which of the following is NOT true according to the passage? A. The name of the space mission is called Deep Impact. B. Deep Impact was a fantastic success but the scientist regretted losing a spaceship. C. The crash didn’t have much effect on Tempel 1. D. The aim of the mission was to study the interior of a comet. 80. The author’s main purpose in writing the passage is to ____________. A. inform people the discovery of a new comet show the power of America in space. C. introduce the knowledge of comets 第二部分 七选五（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。请把答案填涂在答题卡上。 You might dream of fluency in this or that language, and maybe you’ve already achieved fluency in a foreign language. ____81____. Fluency, like all abstract terms, has no universal meaning. Each individual must determine what the term means. ____82____. Perfect fluency means knowing every word you encounter, speaking quickly, clearly and easily and having no accent. ____83____. You aren’t familiar with every word of your native language, and sometimes you have to search for the right word, even in your mother tongue. Quick fluency is the type of fluency you see in advertisements, because ?Master a Language in Two Months!? sounds way catchier than ?Fluency in Twenty Years!? ____84____. It is possible to achieve quick fluency, but the fluency achieved after such a short time frame will be a very thin, superficial fluency. ____85____. Native-like fluency means that you generally know all the same words D. introduce an experiment B. B. relation. C. inside. D.
that a native knows and can speak at the same pace with the same amount of ease as a native speaker. You will likely have an accent, but as long as your conversation partner can understand you, it doesn’t matter. Literary fluency is like graduating from native-like to educated-native-like fluency. It focuses on the more intellectual（知识性的） side of a language: indulging in literature, attending university, composing song lyrics, etc. There are a ton of other things that fluency could potentially（可能地） be, but that’s up to you to figure out. A. It sounds too good to be true. B. However, Nobody is ?perfectly fluent? in any language. C. Quick fluency is good if you have some sort of deadline. D. But have you ever considered what fluency really means? E. But does fluency have the same meaning to other person as it does to you? F. Unlike perfect fluency, native-like fluency is a reasonable and attainable goal. G. To assist you in determining what fluency is, I’ll describe a few different types of fluency. 第四部分 课本知识运用（共三节，满分 20 分） 第一节 单词拼写（共 10 小题，每小题 1 分；满分 10 分） 请根据句子逻辑、首字母或中文提示，从模块 3 课本所学的词汇中选用恰当的单词并且 使用其正确的形式填空，每空限一词。 86. He a__________ to me for not having kept his word and asked me to forgive him. 87. My aunt is deeply _________（虔诚的）and goes to church twice a week. 88. The old man does seem to have _________（受益）from the treatment. 89. I usually eat dumplings with a little vinegar because it helps us d__________ food. 90. Coursework is taken into a__________ as well as results. 91. Have you got a _________（许可证）to fish in this lake? e___________ without food or water. c___________ my guess that she was really quite wealthy. 92. We human beings can’t 94. Her clothes and behavior
93. Some v_________ scenes in the film were cut when it was shown on television. 95. Canadians live w__________ a few hundred kilometers of the USA border. 第二节 完成句子（共 6 小题，每空 0.5 分；满分 9 分） 请根据中文句子含义，从模块 3 课本所学的短语中选用恰当的表达把对应的英语句子中 空缺部分补充完整, 每空限一词。 96. 这样做恐怕弊大于利。 I’m afraid it will ______ ______ ______ than good.
97. 他们损坏了汽车却逃之夭夭。 They ______ ______ ______ damaging the car. 98. 你既然已经长大，就该像样一点了。 ______ ______ you are a big boy, you must ______ ______. 99. 与其说这颜色是蓝色，不如说它是绿色。 The color seems green ______ ______ blue. 100. 他爷爷手拿报纸坐在扶手椅里。 His grandfather ______ ______ in the armchair ______ a newspaper. 101.夜色渐近，远山变成了深蓝色。 Evening came slowly. The hills ______ ______ ______ turned dark blue. 第三节 课文背诵考察（共 2 小题，每小题 0.5 分；满分 1 分） 102. People say it is Canada’s most beautiful city, __________ and the Pacific Ocean. 103. It is so wet there that the trees are extremely tall, some __________ 90 meters. 第五部分 写作（共 1 小题，每小题 15 分；满分 15 分） 请写一篇介绍小说《百万英镑》的短文，要求包括如下内容： 1、作者、语言风格； 2、故事梗概； 3、你印象最深的地方。 故事梗概：伦敦的两位富翁打赌，把一张无法兑现的百万支票借给落魄的美国穷人 亨利· 亚当，看他在一个月内如何收场。一个月的期限到了，亨利不仅没有饿死或被捕， 反倒成了富翁，并且赢得了一位漂亮小姐的爱情。 语言风格：幽默、讽刺
[参考词汇] 讽刺的 sarcastic
广东实验中学 2015—2016 学年（下）高一级模块 3 考试·英语答案
第一部分 听力（共两节，满分 20 分） 第一节 听力理解（共 9 小题，每小题 1 分；满分 9 分） 1-3 BCC 4-6 ABB 7-9 ACA 第二节 听取信息（共 11 小题；每小题 1 分，满分 11 分） 10. giving directions 11. landmarks 12. 13. Go straight 14. across from 16. another mile 17. impressive 18. 19. How far away is the post office? 第二部分 语言知识及应用（共三节，满分 55 分） 第一节 单项选择（共 15 小题，每小题 1 分；满分 15 分） 21-25 ACCBA 26-30 CDBAD 31-35 DBBDC 第二节 完形填空（共 20 小题，每小题 1.5 分；满分 30 分） 36-40 BCADC 41-45 ABCBD 46-50 CBACD 51-55 BACDB 第三节 语法填空（共 10 小题，每小题 1 分；满分 10 分） 56. violently 57. when 58. what 59. that Pretending 61. a 62. it 63. at 64. had planned cheated 第三部分 阅读理解（共两节，满分 40 分） 第一节 阅读理解（共 15 小题，每小题 2 分；满分 30 分） 66-70 ACBDA 71-75 ABACC 76-80 BCCBD 第二部分 七选五（共 5 小题，每小题 2 分；满分 10 分） 81-85 DGBAF 第四部分 课本知识运用（共三节，满分 20 分） 第一节 单词拼写（共 10 小题，每小题 1 分；满分 10 分） 86. apologized 87. religious 88. benefited 89. digest 90. account 91. permit 92. exist 93. violent 94. confirmed 95. within 第二节 完成句子（共 6 小题，每空 0.5 分；满分 9 分） 96. do more harm 97. got away with 98. Now that, behave better 99. rather than 100. settled down, with 101. in the distance 第三节 课文背诵考察（共 2 小题，每小题 0.5 分；满分 1 分） 102. surrounded by mountains 103. measuring over 第五部分 写作（共 1 小题，每小题 15 分；满分 15 分） 参考范文： The novel The Million Pound Banknote was written by Mark Twain, a great American writer. Through his humorous and sarcastic language, Mark Twain successfully depicted
street names 15. directions and distances in time 20. how many miles away is it
60. 65. being
an unbelievable adventure of Henry Adams, a penniless American in London. Two rich men in London have a bet on Henry and want to see what will become of him a month later if they give him a million pound banknote which can’t be cashed for even a penny. A month later, Henry isn’t starved nor arrested, but becomes a millionaire dramatically. What’s more, he even wins the love of a pretty lady. What impresses me most is that in the story, Henry’s note is not even spent, only exhibited for the eyes of others as a symbol of wealth. He cannot even prove that the bank note is his own but still fools everyone. But on second thought, maybe it is not Henry, but people’s crazy love for money, that fools the world.