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北京四中2017—2018学年度第一学期期中测验高三年级英语学科 第 13 页 共 13 页英语试卷(试卷满分为150分,考试时间为120分钟)第一部分:听力理解(共三节,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。听完每段对话后,你将有10秒钟的时间来回答有关小题和阅读下一小题。每段对话你将听一遍。1. Who will bring food to the party?A. Kris.B. Mary. C. Jill.2. What will the man probably do for the woman?A. Repair her shoes.B. Exchange her shoes. C. Give back her money.3. What happened to the man’s favorite jacket?A. It was held by the coffee shop.B. It was dirtied with some coffee.C. It was taken away by someone.4. What does the man mean?A. The woman had better visit Venice in winter.B. He does not want to go to Venice in summer.C. There are fewer visitors in Venice in winter.5. What are the speakers talking about in general?A. The man’s job.B. A restaurant. C. The man’s pay.第二节 (共10小题;每题1.5分,满分15分)听下面4段对话或独白。每段对话或独白后有几个小题,从每题所给的A、B、C三个选项中选出最佳选项。听每段对话或独白前,你将有5秒钟的时间阅读每小题。听完后,每小题将给出5秒钟的作答时间。每段对话或独白你将听两遍。听第6段材料,回答第6至7题。6. What did the man do last Saturday?A. He sang at a club.B. He prepared for a test.C. He paid a visit to his friends.7. How does the man probably feel when hearing about the Spanish test?A. Confident.B. Surprised.C. Relaxed. 听第7段材料,回答第8至9题。8. Why did the woman take the dancing class?A. To dance in clubs.B. To have fun. C. To teach the man.9. What is the man’s opinion about the dancing class?A. Hard.B. Interesting. C. Tiring.听第8段材料,回答第10至12题。10.What relation is the woman to Mr. Lefkas probably?A. His customer. B. His wife. C. His secretary.11. What is Mr. Lefkas doing now?A. Doing exercise. B. Having a meeting. C. Making a phone call.12.What will the man do next?A. Wait for a phone call. B. Board on his plane. C. Meet some customers.听第9段材料,回答第13至15题。13.What made the white T-shirt popular?A. American soldiers.B. The US Navy. C. Hollywood films.14. When were T-shirts used as “walking advertisements”?A. In the 1950s.B. In the mid-1960s. C. In the 1970s.15. What color T-shirt did Yves Saint Laurent design?A. Blue.B. Black. C. White.第三节 听取信息(共5小题;每小题1.5分,共7.5分)听下面一段对话,完成第16至第20五道小题,每小题仅填写一个词。听对话前,你将有20秒钟的时间阅读试题,听完后你将有60秒钟的作答时间。这段对话你将听两遍。International Social Club Application FormCustomer’s Name 16 FooHome Country 17 English Level• Nice American accent• Find some 18 Australian words difficultTimeEvery Tuesday and 19 Telephone No. 20 第二部分:知识运用(共两节,45分)第一节单项填空(共15 小题;每小题1分,满分15分)从每题所给的A、B、C、D四个选项中,选出可以填入空白处的最佳选项,并在答题卡上将该项涂黑。21. He _____ with English grammar every night over the last three months. A. struggles B. struggled C. has been struggling D. had been struggling22. She has a gift for creating an atmosphere for her students _____ allows them to communicate freely with each other.A. whichB. whereC. whatD. who23. I really doubt _____ he would ask her to marry him in public. A. that B. whetherC. howD. that if24. — Did he decide to take part in the competition? — Yes, of course. He _____ to. A. has been encouraging B. had been encouraged C. has been encouraged D. was to be encouraged25. — Why didn’t Ann see me wave to her? — She _____ in the other direction. A. looked B. was looking C. has looked D. is looking26. Your article has so many spelling mistakes that it needs _____ badly. A. to correctB. being correctedC. correctingD. corrected27. With too much mathematics homework _____, he determined to give up English reading. A. finishedB. having finished C. to finishD. finishing28. Besides _____ to Harvard University, he also received scholarship from Hong Kong University yesterday. A. being admittedB. admitted C. having admittedD. to be admitted29. Beijing No.4 High School is reported in the newspaper _____ its 110th birthday last month. A. to celebrateB. having celebrated C. being celebratedD. to have celebrated30. The man showed us so heavy a stone _____ no man can lift. A. as B. that C. which D. and31. Children, if well _____, are not likely to make any trouble in public places. A. having educatedB. educatingC. to be educatedD. educated32. — Why does she look so angry after reading Still Alice? — She _____ be. She _____ be missing her grandma who has Alzheimer’s. A. can’t; mustB. mustn’t; canC. shouldn’t; shouldD. can’t; would33. His suggestion that she _____ in his home suggested he _____ very warm-hearted. A. would stay; was B. stayed; be C. should stay; be D. stay; was34. I _____ put the phone back into my pocket _____ you reminded me when the teacher approached. A. should; ifB. would have; had C. hadn’t; wouldD. could have; if35. No one _____ cheat or help others cheat in the exam. A. shallB. willC. mustD. need第二节 完形填空(共20小题;每小题1.5分,共30分)阅读下面短文,掌握其大意,从每题所给的A、B、C、D四个选项中,选出最佳选项,并在答题卡上将该项涂黑。When I was thirteen, my family moved from Boston to Tucson, Arizona.  36  the move, my father 37 us in the living-room on a freezing January night. My sisters and I sat around the fire, not 38 that the universe would suddenly change its course. “In May, we’re 39 to Arizona.” The words, so small, didn’t seem 40 enough to hold my new life. But the world changed and I awoke on a train moving across the country. I watched the   41   change from green trees to flat dusty plains to high mountains as I saw strange new plants that 42 mysteries yet to come. Finally, we arrived and 43  into our new home. 44 my older sisters were sad at the loss of friends, I 45 explored our new surroundings.One afternoon, I was out exploring 46 and saw a new kind of cactus(仙人掌). I crouched(蹲) down for a closer look. “You’d better not 47 that.” I turned around to see an old woman. “Are you new to this neighborhood?” I explained that I was, 48 , new to the entire state.“My name is Ina Thorne. Have you got used to life in the 49 ? It must be quite a 50 after living in Boston.” How could I explain how I 51 the desert? I couldn’t seem to find the right words.“It’s vastness,” she offered. “That vastness 52 you stand on the mountains overlooking the desert — you can 53 how little you are in comparison with the world. 54 , you feel that the possibilities are limitless.” That was it. That was the feeling I’d had ever since I’d first seen the mountains of my new home. Again, my 55 would change with just a few simple words. “Would you like to come to my home tomorrow? Someone should teach you which plant you should and shouldn’t touch.”36. A. DuringB. UntilC. UponD. Before37. A. gatheredB. warnedC. organizedD. comforted38. A. hopingB. admittingC. realizingD. believing39. A. goingB. movingC. drivingD. flying40. A. goodB. simpleC. bigD. proper41. A. pictureB. groundC. sceneD. area42. A. suggestedB. solvedC. discoveredD. explained43. A. settledB. walkedC. hurriedD. stepped44. A. IfB. AfterC. OnceD. While45. A. bitterlyB. easilyC. proudlyD. eagerly46. A. as wellB. as usualC. fight awayD. on time47. A. moveB. digC. pullD. touch48. A. of courseB. in factC. after allD. at least49. A. desertB. cityC. stateD. country50. A. luckB. doubtC. shockD. danger51. A. foundB. examinedC. watchedD. reached52. A. whyB. whenC. howD. where53. A. proveB. guessC. senseD. expect54. A. HoweverB. OtherwiseC. ThereforeD. Meanwhile55. A. ideaB. lifeC. homeD. family第三部分:阅读理解(共两节,40分)第一节(共15小题;每小题2分,共30分)阅读下列短文,从每题所给的A、B、C、D四个选项中,选出最佳选项,并在答题卡上将该项涂黑。AWelcome to Orlando! It has a host of attractions and activities. Ready to join the party and plan a visit to O-Town? Just print out our list that suits your style. Universal Orlando’s Islands of AdventureThe addition of The Wizarding World of Harry Potter was among the list of must-visits for theme park enthusiasts. Each of the park’s “islands” — Toon Lagoon, Jurassic Park, and The Lost Continent — has unique appeal in the form of rides and interactive attractions. (407-363-8000)GatorlandIt bills itself as “Orlando’s best half-day attraction”, for in a city people are limited by their time and money. Catch Gatorland’s animals and handler(驯化) shows in the afternoon. There’s a nighttime run as well, including the Gator Night Shine and various activities. Gatorland ranks as a comparative theme-park bargain. (407-855-5496)AquaticaOne of the city’s most unique water parks, Aquatica is a fantastical world of twisting, turning rides and sparkling white sand beaches. And if you enjoy a side of terror with your water-park fun, be sure to check out Ihu’s Breakaway Falls. This towering slide is an eight-story mind-bender of a plummet(垂直落下) that is not for the weak heart. The less exciting will still find plenty of fun splashing from one giant wave pool to another or drifting down the lazy river through a world of unusual fish. You can also watch the black-and-white Commerson’s dolphins underwater. (407-351-3600)Warbird AdventuresFew attractions are more hands-on historic than Warbird Adventures, which offers thrill-seekers the opportunity to fly like the hero aces of World War II in the North American T-6 Texan. Flights range from 15 minutes to an hour. A visit to the nearby Kissimmee Air Museum is a wonderful way to round out the experience. (407-870-7366)56. For fans of Harry Potter, there’s _____.A. Universal Orlando’s Islands of AdventureB. GatorlandC. AquaticaD. Warbird Adventures57. According to the fourth paragraph, we know Ihu’s Breakaway Falls _____. A. needs a strong heartB. lies under the waterC. ranges from 15 minutes to an hourD. is suitable for some after-park drinks58. If you want to experience the fly like a hero in World War II, you can call ______.A. 407-363-8000B. 407-855-5496C. 407-351-3600D. 407-870-7366BA handsome middle-aged man walked quietly into the café and sat down. Before he ordered, he couldn’t help but noticed a group of younger men at the table next to him. It was obvious they were making fun of something about him and it wasn’t until he remembered he was wearing a small pink ribbon(丝带) on the lapel of his suit that he became aware of what the joke was all about.The man pretended not to notice it, but the whisper and laughter began to get to him. He looked one of the rude young men straight into the eye, placed his hand beneath the ribbon and asked, “This?”With that the young men all began to laugh out loud. The man he spoke to said, “Hey, sorry, man, but we were just commenting on how pretty your little pink ribbon looks against your blue jacket!”The middle-aged man calmly invited the joker to come over to his table, and politely seated him. As uncomfortable as he was, the young guy had to, not really sure why. In a soft voice, the middle-aged man said, “I wear this ribbon to bring awareness about breast cancer. I wear it in my mother’s honor.”“Oh, sorry. She died of breast cancer?”“No, she didn’t. She’s alive and well. But her breasts nourished me as a baby, and were a soft resting place for my head when I was scared or lonely as a little boy. I’m very grateful for my mother’s breasts, and her health.”“Umm,” the young replied, “yeah.”“And I wear this ribbon to honor my wife,” the man continued. “And she’s okay, too?” the young guy asked.“Oh, yes. She’s fine. Her breasts have been a great source of loving pleasure for both of us, and with them she nurtured and nourished our daughter 23 years ago. I’m grateful for my wife’s breasts, and her health.”“Uh, huh. And I guess you wear it to honor your daughter, also?”“No. It’s too late to honor my daughter by wearing it now ……”Shaken and ashamed, the young guy said, “Oh, I’m so sorry, mister.”“So, in my daughter’s memory, too, I proudly wear this little ribbon, which allows me the opportunity to enlighten others. And here…” With this, he reached in his pocket and handed the young man a little pink ribbon. The young guy looked at it, slowly raised his head and asked, “……?” 59. The young men joked about the middle-aged man’s _____.A. looks B. ribbon C. attitude D. clothes60. What may have happened to the man’s daughter?A. She died of breast cancer. B. She was ill with cancer.C. She had gone abroad. D. She got married.61. What will the young man probably ask? A. May I give it to my mother? B. Can you help me put it on? C. Will you please forgive me? D. Shall we have some drink together?62. What is the best title for the passage? A. An Unusual Meeting. B. An Impressive Lesson. C. Be Grateful to Your Beloved. D. Little Pink RibbonCOnly two countries in the advanced world provide no guarantee for paid leave from work to care for a newborn child. Last spring one of the two, Australia, gave up the bad distinction by setting up paid family leave starting in 2011. I wasn’t surprised when this didn’t make the news here in the United States — we’re now the only wealthy country without such a policy.  The United States does have one explicit family policy, the Family and Medical Leave Act, passed in 1993. It entitles workers to as much as 12 weeks’ unpaid leave for care of a newborn or dealing with a family medical problem. Despite the modesty of the benefit, the Chamber of Commerce and other business groups fought it bitterly, describing it as “government-run personnel management” and a “dangerous precedent (先例).” In fact, every step of the way, as (usually) Democratic leaders have tried to introduce work-family balance measures into the law, business groups have been strongly opposed.  As Yale law professor Anne Alstott argues, justifying parental support depends on defining(定义)the family as a social good that, in some sense, society must pay for. Parents are burdened in many ways in their lives: there is “no exit” when it comes to children. Society expects — and needs — parents to provide their children with continuity of care. And society expects — and needs — parents to persist in their roles for 18 years, or longer if needed.  While most parents do this out of love, there are public punishments for not providing care. What parents do, in other words, is of deep concern to the state, for the obvious reason that caring for children is not only morally urgent but important to the future of society. To classify parenting as a personal choice for which there is no collective responsibility is not merely to ignore the social benefits of good parenting; really, it is to steal those benefits because they accrue (累积) to the whole of society as today’s children become tomorrow’s citizens. In fact, by some estimates, the value of parental investments in children, investments of time and money, is equal to 20-30% of GDP. If these investments bring huge social benefits — as they clearly do — the benefits of providing more social support for the family should be that much clearer. 63. What do we learn about paid family leave according to Paragraph 1?A. It came as a surprise when Australia adopted the policy.B. Setting up this policy made Australia less influential. C. It has now become a hot topic in the United States. D. No such policy is applied in the United States.64. What makes it hard to take work-family balance measures in the States? A. The incompetence of the Democrats. B. The opposition from business circles. C. The lack of a precedent in American history.D. The existing Family and Medical Leave Act.65. What is Professor Anne Alstott’s argument for parental support? A. Children need continuous care. B. Good parenting benefits society. C. The cost of raising children has been growing. D. The U. S. should keep up with other developed countries.66. Why is the author against classifying parenting as a personal choice? A. Parenting is regarded as a moral duty. B. Parenting relies largely on social support. C. Parenting produces huge moral benefits. D. Parenting is basically a social undertaking.DThe Loss of InnocenceInnocence is such a precious gift. It’s explained as freedom from guilt or wrong doing. Just imagine never having to worry about anything and having a guilt free mind. Some people wish to save this kind of innocence from being lost from childhood to adulthood. What would the world be like if innocence were never lost? One way it would benefit humanity is the lack of hatred (仇恨)among the world. During youth, there may be an occasional argument, even a little physical fight, but nothing like firing a handgun at a fellow human being. And children are blind towards the racial differences of others. A kid will hang out with any other kid. It is the lack of innocence and the ignorance we learn from adults that influence children otherwise. Another benefit is the constant desire for fun and adventure. With very little if any time at all for fun,the adventurous mind is lost in time with the responsibilities placed upon adults. If innocence were kept alive, these ambitions would never depart from our lives. However, other people actually hate the idea of innocence lasting for ever. They feel that the lack of organization and mental power of those with innocence would cause extremely destructive consequences to society in general. A large number of individuals would never have the urge to learn, work, and act upon the necessary needs for humanity to survive. Without a proper education which is usually provided by those who no longer live in a world of innocence, people would not have the desire to succeed, get a good job in life, or provide income for their families, which would hurt the lives of children. The lack of a good education and career would also harm the economy. As long as innocence is kept alive, no one would be terribly angered at the lack of effort people put out in the workplace, resulting in a strong decline in production and quality of needed goods. Maybe it is wrong in wanting to save innocence. It sure is a nice thought, though. Perhaps innocence was meant to be lost. It was God’s will to make things the way they are, and there is a good purpose for everything. All that remains to be said about innocence is to enjoy it while it lasts.67. The author believes that the loss of innocence in adulthood should be _____.A. avoidedB. ignoredC. accepted D. encouraged68. Lifelong innocence would be beneficial to society in that _____. A. proper education would be provided B. there would be no racial discrimination C. more happy families would be guaranteed D. people would realize their childhood dreams69. According to the author, people with innocence can hurt the economy with their lack of _____.A. motivational willB. mental abilityC. adventurous ambitionsD. needed goods70. Which of the following shows the structure of the passage?CP: Central Point P: Point Sp: Sub-point (次要点) C: Conclusion第二节(共5小题;每小题2分,共10分)根据短文内容,从短文后的七个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。Speaking in public is most people’s least favorite thing. The reason is that we are all afraid of making fools of ourselves. 71 But stop biting your finger-nails. Public speaking is easy. It’s just plain talking, and you talk all the time. Although I’m basically shy (honest!), I’ve been making speeches and talking on radio and television for more than 30 years, and I can tell you that public speaking is not a “gift” like musical talent. 72 Here are some of the lessons I have learned:Your audience is going to come away with one or two of your main ideas. One or two. Not ten or 20. 73 And if you don’t have a clear idea of what you want to say, there’s no way your audience will. 74 — how you are going to open, what major points you want to make and how you’re going to close.When I do a radio or TV piece, I often write the last sentence first. 75 A strong close is critical: the last thing you say is what your audience will most likely remember.The standard length of a vaudeville (杂耍) act is usually 12 minutes. If all those performers singing and dancing their hearts out couldn’t go on longer without boring the audience, what makes you think you can?A. Some people are born to be good at making speeches. B. Anybody who can talk can speak in public.C. Try to relax yourself before making the speech. D. The more important the speech is, the more frightened we become.E. If you can’t express in a sentence or two what you intend to get across, then your speech is not focused well enough.F. When you know where you’re headed, you can choose any route to get there.G. No matter how long or short your speech is, you’ve got to get your ducks in a row. 第四部分:书面表达(共两节,35分)第一节 (15分)假设你是红星中学学生会主席李华。你校将要组织美国交换生参观中国美术馆(National Art Museum of China)。请你根据下面提供的信息,口头通知活动安排。1、活动具体安排(集合时间、地点,交通方式等);2、活动内容;3、活动意义。注意:1.词数不少于50;2.开头和结尾已给出,不计入总词数。Hi, everyone! May I have your attention, please?________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________That’s all. Thank you!(请务必将第一节答题内容写在答题纸指定区域内)第二节 (20分) 假设你是红星中学高三(1)班的学生李华,请根据以下四幅图的先后顺序,为校刊 “英语园地” 写一篇短文,记述你和同学们在寒冷冬日清晨为环卫工人送“爱心粥”(hot porridge)的志愿活动。词数不少于60。(请务必将第二节答题内容写在答题纸指定区域内)13答题纸听力 (7.5分)16. ______________17. _____________18. ______________19. ______________20. _____________书面表达密封: 姓名_____________ 班级__________ 学号____________第一节 (15分)Hi, everyone! May I have your attention, please?__________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________5_________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________10_________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________15_______________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________That’s all. Thank you! 20第二节 (20分)__________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________5_________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________10_________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________15_________________________
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