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2016高三英语适应性练习A卷

适用年段:高三
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更新日期:2017-06-27

 

 

第Ⅰ卷

第一部分  听力(共两节,满分30分)

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)

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

Five years after they disappeared, lost jewels belonging to the wife of a US ambassador to the Netherlands were found.

    Dawn Arnall had already received an insurance payout for her loss. However, the misplaced jewels had been found and held for safe keeping by a hotel she stayed in. Staff were unaware that the jewels were worth $ 9m.

    The world is full of forgetful people. A man in the English town of Reading even left a sausage casserole in a bus. The dish ended up in the Lost Property Office until it was recovered by his mother, eager for her dinner.

    A walker in the Lake District had his food in his mouth but ... , what about his teeth? After climbing a hill in 2007, David Packer stopped for a chocolate bar. He took his false teeth out, wrapped them up in a tissue and just forgot about them. It took more than a year for the walker to be reunited with them.

    But if you find something and can't find the rightful owner, is it finders keepers? It depends on what's found and how, says John Spencer, professor of law at the University of Cambridge.

    If it's a larger sum, you should report it to the police but if the item has been abandoned, the property is yours. One man's loss is another man's gain!

21. Dawn Arnall is mentioned in the first two paragraphs to                .

  A. know the jewellery better                          B. introduce the topic

  C. make a summary                            D. get readers think

22. Judging from the examples given in the third and fourth paragraphs, people can be            .

  A. generous          B. experienced             C. forgettable           D. honest

23. How should you deal with the money you pick up according to John Spencer?

  A. Keep it to yourself.                                      B. Find the rightful owner.

  C. Take reasonable steps.                                  D. Report it to the police.

B

One retired high school teacher in Canada has a great surprise for his former students that is 20 years in the making.

In 1994, Bruce Farrer's ninth grade English class at Bert Fox Community High School in Saskatchewan, got a special task, reported the National Post. Farrer asked his students to write a 10-page letter to their future selves, which he then promised to mail to them 20 years later. Farrer kept his promise to those students, as well as other students he taught during his more than 40-year career.

   Although Farrer retired in 2002, he took several boxes of the letters from his former students with him, and began the long and difficult process of tracking them down and mailing the letters.

    One former student, Scott Fulton, became a teacher himself and even taught for a while at the high school he went to as a teenager, according to CBC News. He got his letter last week. "I was just feeling honored and grateful," Fulton said after receiving the handwritten letter.

    Another former student, DJ Anardi, got the letter from his past self about a month ago. It read "Hey, you good-looking guy, how is your life?" according to the National Post. Anardi's letter said that he had a crush on the woman at the time who is now his wife.

    "I think our society now is a society of non-commitment," Farrer said. " We say we're going to do something, whether it's in a marriage, or with our kids or maybe even with our organizations we join... I think it's important to have a sense of commitment, and maybe in a minor way, the kids see I value that. "

24. Farrer promised his students that he would                   .

  A. grade the tasks carefully                      B. send their letters back in the future

C. write back to them sooner or later                  D. keep in touch with them all the time

25. According to CBC News, Scott Fulton                    .

   A. did well in his lessons at school

  B. often wrote to other classmates                                                   

   C. was very happy to work with Ferrer

   D. used to be a teacher in his mother school                                       

26. The underlined phrase "had a crush on" in Paragraph 5 probably means "    ".

   A. fell in love with                             B. took the place of

   C. caught up with                              D. broke away from

27. According to the passage, once you make a commitment, you should                    .

   A. help others often                              B. keep your promise               

C. join an organization                           D. make your kids satisfied

C

Many people think that if you're a Latino (美籍拉丁美洲人) then you're not an American. Some people assume that Latinos have green cards and that their English is not good. What they don't realize is that people are all the same.

I'm a Puerto Rican (波多黎各人). I had lived in Florida for nine years before my family moved to Ohio, where we have been living since then. When my mother and I went to school to enroll (注册), the secretary asked my mother for a green card. My mother told the lady she didn't have a green card because she's an American. The woman didn't believe her and started to argue. My mother had to homeschool my sister and me for a year. That we look like Hispanics doesn't mean we are not Americans. We have the right to a good education.

   Things like that happen almost every day. For example, when I was walking through the mall, a lady selling books came up to me and started talking. I stood there, listening, but suddenly she stopped and said, "Oh, I'm sorry! Do you speak English?" In a clear voice, I said, "Yeah, aren't I speaking it now?" And then I walked away. Now I feel that every person believes I don't speak English and only know Spanish. The lady should have approached me differently. She should have said, "Hello, sir. How are you today?" or "Would you like to see what I'm selling?" instead of coming up to me and talking nonstop.

    I want people to know that we are all the same. No matter what ethnic(种族的) group we come from or no matter what background we have, we all have the right to be treated the same — with respect.

28. Why did the secretary ask the writer's mother for a green card?

   A. Because she wanted to get a green card very much.

   B. Because she didn't believe the writer's mother is an American.

   C. Because the writer's mother homeschooled her children.

   D. Because all Americans had to show their green cards at school.

29. What did the writer think the lady selling books should do to him?

  A. Treat him like other Americans.

B. Talk to him in Spanish directly.

   C. Come up to him and talk nonstop.

   D. Avoid approaching and talking to him.

30. How does the writer present Latinos' situation in America?

   A. By giving examples.

   B. By making comparison.

   C. By analyzing the reasons.

   D. By reporting the results of surveys.

31. It can be concluded from the passage that in America Latin-Americans are            .

   A. well known      B. less educated      C. well respected          D. often misunderstood

D

When Bill de Blasio ran for New York City mayor in October, 2014, he promised to end a controversial,  citywide cell phone ban in public schools, which is not equally enforced(实施) in all schools. Now, under his  

leadership, the city is preparing to end the ban. It will be replaced by a policy that allows cell phones inside   

schools but tells  students to keep them packed away during class.

Many schools have a rule about enforcing the ban that says,“If we don't see it, we don't know about it.”    That means teachers are OK with students bringing in cell phones, as long as they stay out of sight and inside    bags and pockets.     

But at the 88 city schools with metal detectors, the ban has been strictly enforced. The detectors were 

installed to keep weapon out of schools, but the scanners can also detect cell phones. So students at these     

schools must leave their phones at home or pay someone to store it for them.      

The ban was put into place in 2007 under mayor Michael Bloomberg. Ending the ban will also likely end  an industry that has sprung up near dozens of the schools that enforce the ban.Workers in vans (厢式货车) that  resemble food tracks store teens' cell phones and other devices(设备) for a dollar a day.

Critics(批评家) of the ban say cell phones are important safety devices for kids during an emergency.      They also say that enforcement of the ban is uneven and discriminatory. Where the ban is enforced, it puts a dis- advantage on students who can't afford to pay to store their phones.

32. What did Bill de Blasio promise to do when he ran for the Mayor of New York?

A. To build more public schools in New York.

B. To make sure the students are equally treated.

C. To create more job opportunities for the citizens.

D. To allow students in New York to carry cell phones.

33. What is the teacher's attitude toward students bringing cell phones to school?

A. Tolerant.        B. Doubtful.         C. Concerned.         D. Supportive.

34. Why are detectors installed in the 88 city schools?

A. To prevent students carrying food to the school.

B. To keep thieves from stealing from the school.

C. To stop students carrying weapons to the school.

D. To monitor how students are behaving in school.

35. What is the last paragraph mainly about?

A. How to make sure of the safety of the students in school.

B. How to get rid of discrimination among students.

C. The disadvantages of banning cell phones in schools.

D. Different opinions on how to use cell phones in schools.

 

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。 

“Culture shock” describes the impact(影响) of moving from a familiar culture to one which is unfamiliar. When familiar sights, sounds, smells or tastes are no longer there you can miss them very much. There are many elements(要素) that contribute to culture clock when you go to Britain.   36   You may just find the grayness, especially during the winter months, difficult to get used to.

Many students may find British food strange.   37   Or it may seem heavy compared to what you are used to. If you have no condition to cook for yourself, you may find yourself relying on “fast” food instead of your usual diet. Therefore, many people have to try to find a supplier of familiar food.

You may find that you miss your familiar language which at home would have been part of your everyday environment. Even if you are a fluent English speaker, it is possible that the regional(地区的) accents you discover when you arrive in the UK will make the language harder to understand.   38   Then you may feel constantly listening and speaking in a foreign language is tiring.

  39   For example you may find people appear cold or always in a hurry. Or you may be surprised to see couples holding hands and kissing in public. You may find the relationship between men and women more formal or less than you are used to.

As well as the obvious things that hit you immediately when you arrive, every culture has unspoken rules which affect the way people treat each other. For example there will be differences in the ways people decide what is important.   40   If you are going to be late, do try to let whoever you are meeting know.

A. Climate is the natural one.

B. Social behaviors may confuse or offend you.

C. It may taste different, or be cooked differently.

D. You may find it uncomfortable to wear heavy winter clothes.

E. You should always be on time for lectures, classes, and meetings.

F. It can be felt to a certain extent even when you go abroad on holiday.

G. Actually, you may be embarrassed to ask them to repeat what they have said.

 

第三部分 英语知识运用(共两节,满分45

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,选出可以填入空白处的最佳选项,并在答题卡上将该项涂黑。

When my oldest son was in high school, he invited me to attend a youth concert with him. He knew I  41  the music of one of the performers. I readily  42  but my youngest son had been  43 , and I was concerned about him. My husband  44  me to attend the concert, assuring(保证) me he was able to take care of our youngest. I was still  45 .

Finally, it  46  me. Aaron was sixteen years old. How many opportunities would I have to do something  47  with him before he went away to college? The  48  was made.

At the concert,I sat with Aaron, filling cotton in my ears to  49  the loud, deafening music of the first performer. I stood when the kids stood, and I clapped when they clapped. Aaron was  50   at my enthusiasm.

By the time we left the concert, my ears were  51  , but it  52  passed. So did my son's teenage years. In no time he was in college. I missed him  53  I could say. On days when I especially  54  for his ready smile and his  55  manner, I would think back to the concert we attended and be  56  once again that I didn't pass up an opportunity to spend time with my son.

Aaron is now a  57  man and has a family of his own, but we are still very  58 . Some days he calls just to chat. We  59  recalls that concert of years ago when my teenage son and I made a lifetime  60 .

41.A. hated                    B.enjoyed              C.heard                                D.wrote

42.A. planned                B.refused              C.accepted                            D.replied

43.A.ill                          B.sad                              C.curious                            D.naughty

44.A. expected                      B.allowed                        C.promised                          D.encouraged

45.A. doubted                B.puzzled                        C.undecided                        D.uncertain

46.A. caught                  B.hit                                C.persuaded                          D.changed

47.A. fun                      B.important                            C.alone                                D.unusual

48.A. preparation          B.courage                        C.decision                                  D.discovery

49.A. burst out                      B.hold up                        C.turn down                        D.block out

50.A. amused                B.guilty                          C.excited                              D.shocked

51.A. shaking                B.ringing                        C.holding                                    D.drying

52.A. slowly                  B.gradually                      C.quickly                              D.quietly

53.A. more than             B.less than                      C.as much as                        D.as far as

54.A. cared                    B.searched                      C.hunted                              D.longed

55.A. talking                  B.laughing                      C.performing                        D.acting

56.A. thoughtful            B.fearful                          C.careful                              D.thankful

57.A. grown                  B.boring                      C.divorced                           D.disgusting

58.A. active                    B.close                            C.polite                                D.open

59.A. once                      B.never                                  C.sometimes                        D.hardly

60.A. impression            B.friendship                            C.relationship                      D.memory

 

II

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。将答案填写在答题卡的相应位置。

The giant panda loves bamboo. An adult panda requires 12.5 kilograms of bamboo, which it   61  (hungry) pulls out with its powerful paws, to satisfy its daily needs.

    Wild pandas live only in the high bamboo forests of southwest China. These mountain forests are cool and wet — just as pandas like them. In the summer, they may climb as high as 4 000 meters to help   62  (they) to bamboo growing at higher altitudes.

    Frequently, pandas   63  (see) eating in a relaxed sitting position, with their back legs stretching out before them. Though they may appear inactive, they are in fact skilled tree-climbers and   64  (swim).

    Giant pandas are unsociable. They have a highly developed sense of smell males use   65  (avoid) each other and to find females in the spring. After   66   five-month pregnancy, a female panda gives birth   67   a young one. The blind baby pandas weigh only about 142 grams and cannot crawl(爬行)   68   they reach three months of age. They are born white and develop their much loved coloring later.

    There are only about 1 000 giant pandas   69   (leave) in the wild, with perhaps another 100 in zoos. Because they are so rare, much of   70   we know about pandas comes from studying these zoo animals.

 

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仅限一词;

      2. 只允许修改10处,多者(从第11处起)不计分。

On Saturday afternoon, Li Ming and Wang Ping, members from “Green Eyes”, was having an environmental protection activity near the riverside when they catch sight of a bird on the ground. They picked it out and found it wounded. Thinking it should die without timely help, they took it home. Under their treatment and care, the lucky bird got recovered soon. When time came for them to flying the bird, they felt a bit of pity but very delightful. I think it’s worthwhile for him to do such a thing. Here I call on the public to show respects for the nature. Only by changing the way we treat the environment can we get well with it.

 

第二节  书面表达 (满分25分)

厦门外国语学校校刊English World专栏广泛征集话题。假设你是李华,请你根据以下要点用英文给该专栏的编辑发一封电子邮件,向其推荐话题。

写作要点:

1.你推荐的话题;

2.推荐该话题的原因。

注意:

1.词数100左右;

2. 结尾已为你写好,不计入总词数;

3.可以适当增加细节,以使行文连贯。

                                                                                             

 

I have been looking forward to your reply.

                                                                  Yours,

                                                                  Li Hua

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

2016高三英语适应性练习A

参考答案

第一部分:略

第二部分:

第一节:

21-23BCC                    24-27BDAB                28-31BAAD                  32-35DACC                     

第二节:

36-40 ACGBE

第三部分

第一节:

41-45BCADC            46-50BACDA            51-55BCADB               56-60DABCD

第二节:

61. hungrily            62. themselves          63. are seen    64. swimmers        65. to avoid

66. a                67. to              68. until              69. left                  70. what

 

第四部分

第一节:

On Saturday afternoon, Li Ming and Wang Ping, members from “Green Eyes”, was having an environmental

                                                              were

protection activity near the riverside when they catch sight of a bird on the ground. They picked it out and found it

                                      caught                                   up

wounded. Thinking it should die without timely help, they took it home. Under their treatment and care, the lucky

                might/ could

bird got recovered soon. When time came for them to flying the bird, they felt a bit of pity but very delightful. I

                                            fly                                  delighted

think it’s worthwhile for him to do such a thing. Here I call on the public to show respects for the nature. Only by

                    them                                          respect

changing the way we treat the environment can we get ∧ well with it.

                        along/ on

第二节:One Possible Version

Dear Editor,

     I'm Li Hua, a Senior 2 student from Yuxin High School in Fuzhou. Recently, when visiting your school website, I happened to find you’re collecting topics for English World. So interested in this activity am I that I’m writing to recommend my favorite topic — being thankful.

     As we know, being thankful is one of the most important Chinese traditional virtues. In our daily life, we get much help from others, such as our parents, teachers, etc. We should be grateful to them. Actually, most students haven’t come to realize the importance of being thankful. Therefore, I think it' s necessary to educate students to be thankful.

     I have been looking forward to your reply.

                                                                      Yours,

                                                                     Li Hua

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