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重庆市巴蜀中学高 2015 级高三(下)第四次月考

英 语 试 题
本试卷分为第Ⅰ卷(选择题)和第Ⅱ卷(非选择题)两部分。满分 150 分,考试时 间 120 分钟。

第 I 卷(共 115 分)
一、听力(共两节,满分 30 分) 第一节 (共 5 小题;每小题 1.5 分,满分 7.5 分) 听下面 5 段对话。

每段对话后有一个小题,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。听完每段对话后,你都有 10 秒钟的时间来回答有关小题和阅 读下一小题。每段对话仅读一遍。 1. What does the woman advise the man to do? A. Stop using headphones. B. Listen to light music. C. Have a good rest. 2. What does the woman mean? A. She couldn’t sleep well. B. She has finished her essay. C. She has difficulty with her essay. 3. When will the man go for his holiday? A. In June. B. In July. C. In August. 4. Where does the conversation probably take place? A. At home. B. In a drugstore. C. In a restaurant. 5. What will the speakers do first? A. Go shopping. B. Make a list. C. Do some cooking. 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。现在你有 10 秒钟的时间阅读这两个小题。 6. When does the plane take off? A. At 1:45 pm. B. At 2:45 pm. C. At 6:45 pm. 7. What did the man put in the woman’s handbag? A. Cough pills. B. Cold pills. C. Sleeping pills. 听下面一段对话,回答第 8 和第 9 两个小题。现在你有 10 秒钟的时间阅读这两个小题。 8. How often will the girl take African Music? A. Three times a week. B. Twice a week. C. Once a week. 9. What else is the girl going to take this term? A. Business classes. B. Basic Spanish. C. Spanish Composition. 听下面一段对话,回答第 10 至第 12 三个小题。现在你有 15 秒钟的时间阅读这三个小题。 10. What is the woman? A. A clerk in a fast food company. B. A researcher in the field of food safety. C. An investigator from National Food Safety Consultants. 11. What kind of fast food does the man often eat? A. Pizzas. B. Sandwiches. C. Pies. 12. When does the man normally eat fast food?
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A. On workdays.

B. On weekends.

C. On holidays.

听下面一段对话,回答第 13 至第 16 四个小题。现在你有 20 秒钟的时间阅读这四个小题。 13. Who needs two smart phones? A. The boy. B. The boy’s father. C. The boy’s teacher. 14. What food did the boy buy? A. Some fried chicken. B. Some milk. C. An ice cream. 15. When does the conversation probably take place? A. In January. B. In March. C. In July. 16. How did the boy pay for the things? A. In cash. B. By credit card. C. By check. 听下面一段独白,回答第 17 至第 20 四个小题。现在你有 20 秒钟的时间阅读这四个小题。 17. What happened to the shopkeeper on Thursday? A. He was shot dead. B. He was blackmailed. C. He was attacked. 18. What do we know about the gunman? A. He was caught in the act. B. He escaped at once. C. He was put into prison. 19. How many Chinese had been attacked in the first 4 months? A. 9. B. 19. C. 90. 20. What can we learn from the news? A. No one witnessed the whole affair. B. There were not any plainclothes around the supermarket. C. The shopkeeper’s supermarket opened about half a month ago. 二、单项填空(共 15 小题;每小题 1 分,满分 15 分) 从 A、B、C、D 四个选项中,选出可以填入空白处的最佳选项,并在答题卡上将该选项的 标号涂黑。 21. The organizer decided to invite Johnny, _______ president of the group, to deliver _______ third speech as his first two were so well received. A. the; the B. a; the C. /; a D. the; / 22. Stick to what you think is right, _______ you will gain a surprising happy ending. A. and B. but C. or D. so 23. I _______ to go to the concert. But I just couldn’t afford the time. A. intended B. had intended C. have intended D. were intending 24. China lowered the target for GDP this year, _______ it at around 7 percent according to the report. A. to set B. set C. setting D. sets 25. Taking pictures of snow is _______ Ken has spent much of the past years doing. A. that B. which C. what D. how 26. A journal is not necessarily a reliable record of facts, for the writer’s impressions _______ colour the telling of events. A. must B. shall C. should D. might 27. – The pizza tastes terrible. There is not enough sauce. – _______, but we have nowhere else to go. A. I’ve had better too B. It couldn’t be better C. I don’t agree D. It doesn’t matter 28. The difficulties China will face this year may be more challenging than _______ of last year, Li
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Keqiang said. A. these B. those C. them D. ones 29. Over the past few years, concern _______ over China’s worsening air quality. A. has arisen B. has been arisen C. were arisen D. had arisen 30. – I’m considering ordering a new mobile phone for your birthday. – I would rather you _______ me a laptop. A. bought B. had bought C. buy D. would buy 31. Our school has an adviser on hand _______ students have any worries or problems. A. as if B. now that C. even though D. in case 32. Little _______ his experiences, as if he were trying to forget his past. A. he mentioned B. did he mention C. he has mentioned D. mentioned he 33. In Singapore, people _______ eating or drinking on the subway can be fined up to 500 Singapore dollars. A. having caught B. catching C. caught D. catch 34. The price of any product is linked to a complicated system of prices _______ everything depends on everything else. A. which B. where C. that D. how 35. –Would you mind if I smoked here? –_______. Go forward…yeah, at the corner. Yeah, right there. A. Of course not B. Yes, I do C. Never mind D. Sorry, not here 三、完形填空(共 20 小题;每小题 1.5 分,满分 30 分) 阅读下面两篇短文,掌握其大意,然后从 36—55 各题所给的四个选项(A、B、C 和 D) 中,选出最佳选项,并在答题卡上涂黑。 A On September 7, 2014, Tommy and his friend Susan were in the apartment building when they smelt smoke. “My dogs!” Susan yelled as she ran down the hall to her apartment. Tommy, 54, who is 36 , walked toward the smoke. “I was standing across from Susan’s apartment door; I took four or five 37 to the right, and smoke hit me right in the face,” he says, “I banged on the floor, yelling, ‘ 38 home?’ But nobody answered.” Suddenly the door opened, and more smoke billowed out (涌出). Tommy heard 39 and reached behind the door, waving his arm until he 40 someone. It was Diane Marshall, who lived there. He grabbed her arm and 41 her into the hall, then ran back to the smoke–filled apartment. 42 , Susan and an apartment manager arrived, and they three quickly put out the fire. Diane had fallen 43 with a pot on the stove, and it had caught fire, leaving the stove in 44 . She later called Tommy to thank him. “I could have 45 ,” she told a local news station. As it 46 , battling flames was second nature for Tommy – he had been a 47 with St. Lucie County Fire District for about a year in the 1980s. He developed glaucoma ( 青光眼) in 2000 and lost his sight. Last November, the St. Lucie County Fire District awarded him and Susan the Citizen Hero Award for their actions. “I wasn’t 48 ,” says Tommy, “It was something I had to do.”
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36. A. blind 37. A. examinations 38. A. Somebody 39. A. coughing 40. A. kicked 41. A. pushed 42. A. Lately 43. A. ill 44. A. flames 45. A. burnt 46. A. gave out 47. A. pilot 48. A. scared

B. deaf B. measures B. Nobody B. weeping B. felt B. threw B. Unfortunately B. asleep B. ruins B. injured B. brought out B. firefighter B. grateful

C. fragile C. steps C. Everybody C. bleeding C. saw C. pulled C. Suddenly C. silent C. rags C. died C. put out C. surgeon C. embarrassed

D. numb D. ways D. Anybody D. suffering D. hit D. drawn D. Shortly D. apart D. tears D. sacrificed D. turned out D. specialist D. surprised

B It’s natural to greet friends with a smile and a wave. When you do this, your face and body work together to show that you’re happy. 49 , what happens if your face and body send 50 messages? Would someone be more likely to believe the look on your face or the way you hold your body? Scientists have recently dealt with these questions. They found that when a person is looking at your face, he might not believe your body language 51 the feeling that your face shows. This study is nothing new for scientists. 52 , they had found that the tone can be more important words. For example, most people tend not to believe a person who says in a(n) 53 voice, “I’m so excited.” When it came to emotions 54 by facial expressions and body language, most scientists suspected that the 55 what the receiver read. 49. A. Besides 50. A. relevant 51. A. links 52. A. Previously 53. A. loud 54. A. constructed 55. A. word was more important, though body language subtly (微妙地) influences B. Otherwise B. clear B. matches B. Strangely B. low B. hidden B. face C. Instead C. mixed C. involves C. Obviously C. flat C. supported C. voice D. But D. urgent D. substitutes D. Unexpectedly D. cheerful D. conveyed D. body

四、阅读理解(共 20 小题,每题 2 分,满分 40 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 Mum, it’s me. Hopefully, this Mothering Sunday you will get to hear those three words. I will try to phone you. I hope we will be able to speak for the allowed 10 minutes. But if I can’t, this is what I want to say: It’s not your fault that I am here. I know that deep in your heart you have questioned whether my current circumstance is somehow your fault. It is not. Only one person is to blame — me. You have always taught me that when the room goes dark, you can wait for the lights to be switched on
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or you can search in the dark and turn the light on yourself. You are my light, always have been and always will be. There is nobody I have strived harder to please in my life, which is why my current failure hurts me so much. I am so sorry that I will not be there to see you, but now, as always, you are here with me. A parent’s job is to make sure that they pass on the best of themselves to their children. You have done that. I shed tears when Dad left. You held me and you told me we’d be OK, and we will be. Childhood heroes such as footballers, actors and rock stars are clichéd. You are mine. The strength you showed after the divorce from Dad to find your biological parents, to go to university and get your teaching qualifications, to begin your life again, is the strength that I draw on now. Once I am released I can and will rebuild my life. I will make you happy to have me as your son. So this Mothering Sunday, please think back to the first Mother’s Day, when a six-year-old me got up early and made breakfast for you. Do you remember it? You didn’t have to eat it, but you did, chewing every dry mouthful. I love you so much. I am sorry I have let you down, but you have taught me that we will always pick ourselves up and become better than we were before. Thank you for everything. Happy Mothering Sunday. Love, your son 56. Which of the following is closest in meaning to the underlined word “clichéd” in Paragraph 4? A. Common. B. Desperate. C. Ridiculous. D. Controversial. 57. According to the passage, what made the author most upset at present? A. Losing his freedom temporarily. B. Being unable to phone his mother. C. Having no chance to stay with mother. D. Failing to live up to his mother’s expectations. 58. What did the author do in the loneliness of his past months? A. He summed up the causes of the failure in his life. B. He planned to help his mother find her birth parents. C. He recalled the fond memories of being with his mother. D. He prepared himself to go to university for further studies. 59. Which of the following can best describe the author’s mother? A. Selfish and stubborn. C. Intelligent and responsible. B. Optimistic and determined. D. Caring and sensitive. B

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60. Where would you be most likely to find items e – h? A. On a travel website. B. In a hotel guide. C. In a teenage magazine. D. In a local newspaper. 61. Sarah wants to stay for only two months with a British family to improve her English. She may call __________. A. 01223 34109 B. 01223 73926 C. 01223 43673 D. 01223 56220 62. Tony is a heavy smoker. He needs to pay at least _______ per month to find a place to live. A. ?200 B. ?220 C. ? 280 D. ? 295 63. What type of writing is this text? A. A rent contract. B. An exhibition guide. C. A registration record. D. An accommodation advertisement. C Plastic bags that can help bread and cheese remain fresh for a long time have been developed by scientists. The technology, which uses chemicals that prevent bacteria and fungi (真霉) from growing, allows food to last longer. It could put an end to throwing away supermarket bread after just a couple of days in the bread bin and cheese that goes mouldy (发霉的) after just a few weeks. The company, Janssen, has spent two years developing the technology with the plastics manufacturer, Symphony Environmental. The technology could also be used to make credit cards and the new plastic bank notes more hygienic (卫生的). Tests have shown that the plastic can increase the shelf life of bread and cheese without letting the food go bad. Michael Stephen,

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director of Symphony Environmental, said the plastic also has the potential to do the same for fruit, vegetables and even meat. In Britain, around 15 million tons of food is thrown away each year, mostly because it has spoiled or gone bad. Bread is the most wasted food, with families throwing away 4.4 million tons a year — about a third of all the bread purchased by UK families. The technology, which is called D2P, fixes antibacterial and antifungal chemicals to the plastic. They have found it can control bacteria which can cause food poisoning. It can also control the growth of fungi on bread and others. Mr. Stephen added, “Initially we expect that it is only used in pipes and door handles, for example, to help reduce the spread of bacteria. It can also be put into man-made fibers so we are doing some experiments to put it into clothes to stop the bacteria that can cause them to smell.” 64. The author mentioned the problem in Britain in Paragraph 3 to ________. A. prove the popularity of bread B. scold the behavior of the British C. show the short shelf life of bread D. describe the serious situation 65. D2P technology can be applied to the following aspects EXCEPT ________. A. pipes B. bins C. credit cards D. meat 66. What would happen if people use the plastic bags produced by Janssen? A. The sales of bread and cheese would increase sharply. B. Food wrapped in plastics will never go mouldy. C. Bread and cheese could be kept for a longer time. D. Vegetables and meat stored in these bags will be more hygienic. 67. It can be inferred from Mr. Stephen’s words that ________. A. more daily uses for this technology will be available in the future B. man-made fibers should be improved with the adoption of this technology C. they are doing a series of experiments on food wrapping and clothes smell D. people’s preference for this technology cannot be expected D Vanessa Brown, a senior lecturer of art at Nottingham University, explores the cultural and psychological relation between sunglasses and our modern idea of “cool.” Her research has uncovered about why most of us look better in shades. Because they really make your misshapen face look better. Put on a pair of sunglasses, and an instant beauty as a result of balance! The dark lenses cover up any unbalanced oddities around your eyes, and research on facial attractiveness shows a clear link between balance and our sense of beauty. Because of mystery. Many of the quick judgments we form about people come from looking in the eyes; shade yours, and you’re instantly a more attractive presence. Eye contact helps us form judgments about someone’s intelligence, confidence, and sincerity and sunglasses keep us literally in the dark about forming those perceptions. And it works both ways, because the wearer of the sunglasses feels more mysterious, too. Because of their historical link with sharpness and attraction. We take their existence for granted today, but sunglasses are relatively modern, Brown said. Sales started to pick up in the 1920s, but they didn’t become commonplace until about two decades after that. The way sunglasses were most used prior to their commercialization helps explain their inside coolness,

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Brown said, because in their early days sunglasses were primarily used during risky water and snow sports, which made them seem “daring and thoroughly modern.” Soon after that, Hollywood stars of the 1950s and 1960s started wearing sunglasses to defend themselves from being recognized by the public or bothered by paparazzi, whose flashbulbs would often explode violently, Brown said. Anyhow, movie stars’ adoption of them strengthened a sense of romance. Also—and this is more from my own personal research than Brown’s—hang-overs. They’re really great for hiding hang-overs. 68. The writer believes that Hollywood stars prefer to wear sunglasses _________. A. to escape the flashbulbs of paparazzi B. to avoid being recognized by the public C. to be more attractive and romantic D. to hide their hang-overs 69. Which of the following would Vanessa Brown agree with? A. Sunglasses cover up unbalanced oddities on the face to give people a sense of mystery. B. Sunglasses deliver mystery to the observers as well as the wearers. C. Sunglasses are relatively modern and they became commonplace in the 1920s. D. Sunglasses were mainly used in risky sports after their commercialization. 70. Which of the following best shows the structure of this passage? (①=Paragraph 1 ②=Paragraph 2 ③=Paragraph 3 ④=Paragraph 4 ⑤=Paragraph 5)

71. Which one would be the best title of this passage? A. Sunglasses are Cool B. Mystery and Beauty C. Look Better in Shades D. Attractive Sunglasses E I watch documentaries, not movies. I read history books, not fiction. I use every free moment to accomplish one of the tasks on my never-ending checklist, and I am completely filled with thoughts of productivity. An hour sleeping is an hour wasted. And like the rest of 21st century American, I like it. But this fixation on productivity is increasingly destroying character. New York Times columnist David Brooks warned American University students of this cultural decline in a speech. “We cut off all things spiritual and emotional in a competitive urge to stand out”, he said, “The pressure to succeed professionally, to acquire skills, to do the things you need to do to succeed in an information age economy really became the overwhelming (难以应付的) pressures, and it weakens thinking about character and morality.” Many students happily go to college, viewing it as a next step on their rise to professional achievement. “Today’s outstanding kids are likely to spend their afternoons and weekends shuttling from one skill-improving activity to the next,” Brooks said, “We fear failure more than we desire success.” A century ago, college was about character building. Today, our characters are in decline. We

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are experts on economics, material things and professional skills. We fail to discuss and understand relationships, emotions and all things spiritual. To prevent the death of man’s character, Brooks urges rediscovering our human natures through falling in love. And by love he means love for a task, job, or another person. Rather than crazily increasing our long lists of accomplishments, we need to lose ourselves in what we do, and success will come on its own. 72. From Paragraph 1, we can learn that people ________. A. are eager to achieve more B. are destroying their character C. are keen on reading books D. are rigidly controlled by time 73. Paragraph 4 is mainly developed by ________. A. making comparisons B. following the time order C. giving examples D. analyzing causes 74. The last paragraph mainly tells us that ________. A. love is more important than tasks B. the focus on human natures counts C. success comes from devotion to work D. more work contributes to happiness 75. The purpose of this passage is to ________. A. stress the importance of productivity B. raise awareness of character building C. warn about the pressure to seek success D. criticize students’ desire for achievements

第 II 卷(共 35 分)
五、写作(共两个写作任务,满分 35 分) 写作一(满分 15 分) 请结合材料,按要求用英文写作,词数不少于 60。

要求:(1) 就此材料发表你的感想; (2) 应紧扣材料、有明确的观点; (3) 在答题卡上作答。 写作二(满分 20 分) 第 十 二 届 中 国 国 际 绿 色 建 筑 与 节 能 展 览 会 (The 12th International Green and Energy-efficient Building Conference) (The 12th IGEBC) 将于 2015 年 5 月 15 日在重庆举行。你作 为被选中的志愿者之一正在全力为服务工作做准备。你的好友 Nora 对此非常感兴趣。假设你

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是李华,请写信告知好友如下内容: ● 你有幸被选中,成为一名志愿者 ● 你作为志愿者的初衷 ● 志愿者所接受的培训内容 ● 表达你要做好工作的决心并预祝会议圆满成功 注意:(1) 词数不少于 80; (2) 符合语言规范; (3) 书信格式及开头均已给出(不计入总词数)。 Dear Nora, I am glad to tell you something exciting. _____________________________________________ _________________________________________________________________________________ _________________________________________________________________________________ _________________________________________________________________________________ ___ Yours sincerely, Li Hua

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重庆市巴蜀中学高 2015 级高三(下)第四次月考

英 语 试 题
参考答案
一、听力 1-5 ABCCB 6-10 BCABA 11-15 BAACA 16-20 BCBBC

二、单项选择 21-25 CABCC 26-30 DABAA 31-35 DBCBD 三、完型填空 36-40 ACDAB 四、阅读理解 A: ADCB 41-45 CDBAC 46-48 DBA B: DBCD C: CBCA 49-50 DC D: DBDA 51-55 BACDB E: AACB

五、写作 写作一 As is vividly depicted in the cartoon, the two goats failed to feed themselves when they only strived for their own goals. However, with cooperation both of them managed to have a great feast. Apparently, the two contrasting scenes remind us of the importance of teamwork. Taking a look around, we can find abundant examples to prove this point. For instance, a basketball team would never win a game should its members forget to act together. Individual competence can hardly guarantee a great achievement in such a competitive world. In conclusion, effective teamwork is absolutely an essential element of success. After all, it is combined efforts that work wonders. 写作二 Dear Nora, I am glad to tell you this exciting news. The 12th IGEBC is approaching. On hearing the news that volunteers’ enrollment is under way, I applied for it without any hesitation. Being a volunteer offers me an opportunity to know more about this great meeting and learn something from contacting with different people. A strong desire to provide considerate service to honorable guests gives me tremendous driving force and fortunately, after three rounds of interviews, I became a lucky dog. All-round training courses are taken to improve volunteers’ knowledge and skills relating to service regulations, foreign language terms about international conferences, tourism, etiquette, medical treatment and cultural information about Chongqing. Determined to make a small contribution to this great event, I will spare no effort to equip myself with satisfactory service. May the 12th IGEBC get a brilliant outcome! Yours sincerely, Li Hua

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