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重庆市巴蜀中学高2016届高三第三次诊断性考试 2016.5

重庆市巴蜀中学高 2016 届高三第三次诊断性考试
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)

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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 Passage 1 The Information Highway is the road that links computer users to a large number of on-line services: the Web, e-mail, and software, to mention just a few. Not long ago, the Information Highway was a new road with not many users. Now, everyone seems to want to take a drive, with over 30 million families connected worldwide. Not surprisingly, this well-traveled highway is starting to look like a well-traveled highway. Traffic jams can cause many serious problems, forcing the system to close down for repair. Naturally, accidents will happen on such a crowded road, and usually victims are some files, gone forever. Then, of course, there's Mr. Cool, with this new broad-band connection, who speeds down the highway faster than most of us can go. But don't trick yourself; he pays for that speeding. Passage 2 Want to know more about global warming and how you can help prevent it? Doctor Herman Friedman, who is considered a leading expert on the subject, will speak at Grayson Hall next Friday. Friedman studied environmental science at three well-known universities around the world before becoming a professor in the subject. He has also traveled around the world observing environmental concerns. The gradual bleaching (变白) of the Great Barrier Reef, which came into the public eye in 2002, is his latest interest. Signed copies of his colorful book, which was published just last month, will be on sale after his talk. 21. The Information Highway ________. A. is free from traffic accidents. C. offers just a few on-line services. B. is crowded with car drivers. D. appeals to a large number of users.

22. How does Mr. Cool manage to travel the Information Highway so fast? A. By storing fewer files.B. By repairing the system.
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C. By buying a better computer.D. By using a broad-band connection. 23. Passage 2 is most probably ________. A. a poster about a lecture B. an ad for a new book C. a note to a doctor in a university D. an introduction to a professor B AN ESTIMATED 2.5 BILLION adults do not have access to banks. Unsurprisingly, they are among the world’s most destitute: According to a report released by the World Bank and other development groups, about three out of four adults living on less than $2 a day, from farmers in Tanzania to slum-dwellers(贫民) in India to seamstresses(女裁缝) in Bolivia, lack an account with a formal financial institution(机构). But many of these people do have cellphones. Globally, there are some 7 billion mobile-phone subscriptions(订购), up from about 2 billion in 2005. Beyond simply helping people stay in touch, the devices are being used to report fair-market prices for crops, document wartime atrocities (暴行) , and even track the spread of disease. The technology is also reinventing a key tool for economic growth: banking. In countries across the world, mobile operators—think the equivalents (对应物) of Sprint and Version—how offer services that enable individuals to transfer cash via text message. In 2014, according to the international mobile-carrier trade group GSMA, there were 255 mobile-enabled electronic money services wording in 89 countries, and nearly 300 million mobile money accounts. The trend is particularly significant in Africa, where in at least 15 countries mobile-money accounts now outnumber formal bank accounts. With eve the most basic cellphones, users can pay taxes and taxis, send money to far-away families, and even receive salaries and government subsidies(补贴). To be sure, it’s still the early days for this booming industry. Developing economies remain dominated by cash. But mobile money has in many ways already started to reshape the very architecture of financial services for the better. 24. What does the underline word mean? A. rich B. poor C. happy D. upset 25. What is paragraph 2 mainly about? A. The banking service by mobile phones is becoming popular. B. The challenges of mobile phones. C. The running of mobile companies. D. The banking service. 26. In which area does the mobile phone service reinvent a key tool for economic growth? A. Keeping in touch B. reporting prices C. tracking the spread of disease D. banking 27. What can we infer from the article? A. Mobile financial service is playing a more and more important role in the world. B. Mobile financial service has taken the place of cash in most of the developing economies. C. 2.5billion people don’t have access to banks. D. Tracking the spread of disease by mobile phones is impossible now. C I cannot speak Spanish. It is a fact that becomes extremely obvious whenever I visit my mother

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because she lives in Argentina, but before sophomore year, she lived in Puerto Rico. When I was a child, I went to Puerto Rico every summer. We lived in a villa on the grounds of the Westin Rio Mar and had family in the small town of Rio Grande. My lack of Spanish skills was met with a mixture of disdain (蔑视) and fascination at the fact that I was a “unilingual” American. Though I explained to them that I studied French, it did little to convince them. After months of pleading(哀求)for a vacation in a French-speaking country, we went to the Canadian province of Quebec. I was looking forward to the role-reversal(角色转换); for once, I would be the bilingual traveler and my mother would be the “Ugly American”. To my surprise, she transitioned (转换) almost seamlessly (无缝) , using her broken French as a jumping off point to start conversations. In doing so, she met many people who were eager for a chance to converse in English with a native speaker. Her ability to connect with others confused me. I did not understand how she could relate to them so easily, that is until I went to Ghana. Though I worked during the day, I was able to spend quality time with the girls attending the Nsaba Diaspora School, a recently built single-sex school in a rural village. They were in the process of learning English and I cannot speak Twi(their language), but we connected immediately. They took me to their classes, showed me the village and worked math problems with me on a chalkboard so we could compare problem-solving methods. What brought us together was a shared desire to relate to each other and to experience life from another viewpoint. What I took away from that experience was that language does not have to function as a barrier if both sides are willing to look past linguistic differences and acknowledge shared humanity(人性). 28. How did the author feel when he couldn’t speak Spanish while in Puerto Rico? A. Satisfied B. unhappy C. Hopeful D. Fascinated 29. Why did the author want to have a vacation in a French-speaking country? A. To demonstrate that he was also bilingual so he could save face. B. To practice speaking French. C. To show that her mother was also fluent in French. D. To show his ability to communicate with people with language barrier. 30. When did he begin to understand his mother’s ability to connect with others? A. When he was traveling in Quebec B. When he was living in Puerto Rico C. When he was in Ghana D. When he was a sophomore 31. What’s the purpose of writing this article? A. To explain that language barrier is not a problem if we are willing to share. B. To show us how to live in a foreign country. C. To introduce foreign cultures. D. To demonstrate that we have to fight back if we lose our face. D “I Went Skydiving at 84!” As a young girl growing up in the 1930s, I always wanted to fly a plane, but back then it was almost unheard of for a woman to do that. I got a taste of that dream in 2001,when my husband arranged for me to ride in a hot air balloon for my birthday. But the experience turned out to be
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very dull. Around that time, I told my husband that I wanted to skydive. So when our retirement community(社区)announced that they were having an essay competition and the topic was an experience of a lifetime that you wanted to have, I decided to write about my dream. In the essay, I wrote about my desire to skydive, stating George Brush Sr. did it at age 80. Why not me? I was just 84 and in pretty good health. A year went by and I heard nothing. But then at a community party in late April 2009, they announced that I was one of the winners. I just couldn’t believe it. Inspired by this, I decided to realize my dream, even though some of my family members and my doctor were against it. On June 11, 2009, nearly 40 of my family and friends gathered in the area close to where I would land while I headed up in the airplane. My instructor, Jay, guided me through the experience. The plane was the noisiest one I had ever been in, but I wasn’t frightened—I was really just looking forward to the experience. When we reached 13,000 feet, Jay instructed me to throw myself out of the plane. When we first hit the air, the wind was so strong that I could hardly breathe. For a second I thought, “What have I gotten myself into?” But then everything got calmer. We were in a free fall for about a minute before Jay opened the parachute(降落伞), then we just floated downward for about five minutes. Being up in the clouds and looking at the view below was unlike anything I have ever felt—much better than the hot air balloon. I was just enjoying it. Skydiving was really one of the greatest experiences of my life. I hope other people will look at me and realize that you don’t stop living just because you are 84 years old. If there’s something you want to experience, look into it. If it’s something that is possible, make it happen. 32. What happened to the author in 2001? A.She flew an airplane C.She went on a hot air balloon ride B.She entered a competition D.She moved into a retirement community .

33. The author mentioned George Bush Sr. in her essay to A.build up her own reputation C.compare their health condition B.show her admiration for him

D.make her argument persuasive

34. How did the author feel immediately after she jumped out of the plane? A.Excited B.Scared C.Nervous D.Regretful

35. What did the author enjoy most when she was skydiving?

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A.The beautiful clouds C.The company of Jay

B.The wonderful view D.The one-minute free fall

第二节 (共 5 小题;每小题 2 分,满分 1 0 分) 根据短文内容,从短文后的选项中选出能填人空白处的最佳选项。选项中有两项为多余选项。 Every person has a great deal of love to give. 36 Here is a general guide to loving.

Say it. When you say the words “I Love You”, make sure you really mean it, and are willing to do anything for that special person. 37 If you love someone, you should understand how they feel, where they come from, and

who they are. Realize how they could also love you back just as well. Love unconditionally. Giving unconditional love requires you to love without anyexpectations. 38 It seems difficult to only love and not demand anything in return in today’s world where everyone is selfish. But even in this world we see many examples of unconditional love, for example the love a mother gives to her child and the love between two life partners. To love unconditionally, you will have to learn to sacrifice(牺牲) yourself and your desires and also realize that someone may have a different way of showing his or her love for you. 39

Realize it can be lost. If you realize that you can lose the one you love, then you have a greater appreciation of what you have. 40 Don’t make an idol of the person you love. This will place them under unnecessary pressure and will likely result in you losing them. Never stop loving. Even if you have been hurt before, you should not stop giving love. A.Try loving just for the sake of love. B.Put yourself in someone else’s shoes. C.There are many different ways to explain love. D.Think how lucky you are to have someone to love. E. Do not expect to be loved back in exactly the same way. F. It does not make you a bad person to desire someone else’s love. G. There are many different ways to love someone (or even yourself).

第三部分 英语知识运用(共两节,满分 45 分) 第一节 完型填空 (共 20 小题,每小题 1.5 分,满分 30 分)
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阅读下面短文,从短文后所给各题的四个选项(A、B、C、D)中,选出可以填入空白处 的最佳选项。 I have chosen to take road___41___ traveled by. I have chosen to be different than other members of my family. In the past, members of my family chose to take the ___42___, well-known highway traveled by their ancestors. Some, I am sure they did not have a choice, but others I believe chose the ___43___ path out of fear. I understand this fear, for I too experience it. It is a (an) __44__of the new and of the different. My curiosity, however, helps me to ___45___ this fear, it makes me look for bigger things and not to be __46__ with what I always have. Throughout my life I have chosen less traveled roads. I chose the road of a __47__--a choice requiring hard work and total dedication(奉献), things my family and friends do not always understand. ___48__ it causes me pain that my father does not ___49___ this choice, it has also taught me responsibility, independence, and survival. Another road I decided to travel was that of a scholar, a path__50___ to walk on and easy to be pushed off(离开). Again it is a choice which ___51___ of my family members and friends understand or dare to take. Yet, I know___52___ things lie ahead for me on the road of ___53___. This is what I am fighting for. So far the roads I have traveled have been __54___, I guess because they are the less traveled, the lesser__55___ roads. Yet, I continue to travel them knowing it is worth the __56__ and the heartache, for one day it will all be ___57___. In many ways I could even say I already have. Dance has brought me the joy of ___58___ and the freedom of self-expression. Scholarship has given me knowledge, a(an) __59__ mind, and a new perspective(观点)on life. I do not ___60__ my family for not helping me down roads different from theirs, I just hope one day they will understand my choices. 41. A.more 42. A. dangerous 43. A. familiar 44. A. trust 45. A.forget 46. A. content 47. A. singer 48. A.While 49. A. care 50. A. tough 51. A. many 52.A. bad 53.A. teaching 54.A. rocky 55.A. experienced 56.A. title 57. A. rewarded 58. A. encouragement 59. A. open 60. A.understand B. less B. nice B.unfamiliar B.understanding B.overcome B.upset B.writer B.Since B.support B.easy B.few B.dangerous B.writing B.smooth B.understood B.money B.afforded B.movement B.closed B.like C.often C.beautiful C.formal C.distrust C.enjoy C.afraid C. teacher C.So C.make C.entertaining C.some C.good C.training C.wide C.enjoyed C.risk C.replaced C.appreciation C.anxious C.blame D.slowly D.safe D.unlikely D.appreciation D.challenge D.familiar D.dancer D.But D.ignore D.interesting D.most D.normal D.scholarship D.sticky D.forgotten D.knowledge D.tested D.curiosity D.easygoing D.support

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第 II 卷 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)或者括号内单词的正确形式。 We can always hear voices comparing the education systems in China and the US. It's true that 61 exist a lot of differences, but this cannot be an excuse 62 having a passive attitude toward studying in China. When I came back from the US last year and continued my senior middle school education in China, I sensed many great differences. I thought that school in China was too hard for 63 (we) students, and that we didn't get to do enough fun exercise except running around playgrounds together. My mom had a long talk with me. After that, I realized that though high school life in China is harder, it can give us 64 (much). The pressure helps us learn the true meaning of competition 65 we step into society. It gives us a strong heart and 66 (teach) us to step forward no matter what the 67 (real)is. It's like climbing a mountain. You might feel dizzy and nervous, but the top is always there 68 (wait) for you as long as you are strong enough 一 69 (take) one more step. We complain 70 (main) because we can't see the whole picture. We all need to understand that success takes efforts and tears. 第四部分 写作 (共两节,满分 35 分) 第一节 短文改错 (共 10 小题;每小题 1 分,满分 10 分) 假定英语课上老师要求同桌之间交换修改作文,请你修改你同桌写的以下作文。文中共有 10 处语言错误,每句中最多有两处,每处错误仅涉及一个单词的增加、删除或修改。 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:把多余的词用斜线(\)划掉。 修改:在错的词下划一横线,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限一词。 2.只允许修改 10 处,多者(从第 11 处起) Being responsible is actually not that difficult. I used to think it is hard to grow up into a responsible member of the society. An incident happening in a rainy Sunday afternoon changed my attitude. I was on my way to the bookstore and was waiting for the green light while a girl was knocked down by passing car, which drove off quickly. A man immediately gave her first aid and I had joined in without hesitation. Soon many help was given to the girl. Because we sent her to the nearest hospitals in time, she was able to receive properly treatment. Not badly injured, I expressed gratitude to those giving help. Compared with the escaping driver, I was proud of what I did.

第二节
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书面表达(满分 25 分) 身体是革命的本钱,可中学生目前的健康状况让人十分堪忧。家长,学校,专家忧心忡忡。于 是有人献良策将体育纳入高考。请结合实际谈谈你的看法,作短文一篇,将其发表。 注意:1.短文词数不少于 100; 2.可以适当增加细节,以使行文连贯 3.文章的开头已给出,不计入词数。 The fact that high school students are currently experiencing a sharp declineI health has aroused wide concern among parents, schools and experts.

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参考答案: 阅读 DDA 完型填空 BDACB 语法填空

BADA

BACA

CDDB

GBAED CABAC

ADABA

BCDAB

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injured, I expressed gratitude tAAo those giving help. Compared with the escaping driver, I was she proud of what I did. escaped

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