• 英语 朝阳区2016年高三第一次模拟考试
单选题 本大题共15小题,每小题1分,共15分。在每小题给出的4个选项中,有且只有一项是符合题目要求。
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21. --I hear that there was a terrible crash in the subway in Shanghai the other day.

--Yes, _____ news came as _____ shock to all of us.

Athe; the

Ba; /

Cthe; a

D/; a

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34. --Mary, how did your Math test go?

  --I had thought I _________, but in fact I came in the top 10 in my class.

Ashould have failed

Bcouldn’t have failed

Cmight have failed

Dshouldn’t have failed

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35. Temperatures________ quite dramatically at night in mountains, so put on some warm clothes before going out.

Aare dropped

Bdrop

Care being dropped

Dhave dropped

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33. Though a typhoon is on the way, people are still looking forward _____ the outdoor

concert.

Ato canceling

Bnot to canceling

C not to cancel

Dto not canceling

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32. --He didn’t feel a bit nervous when ________.

--No. He’d had a lot of time ________ for it after all.

Ainterviewing; to prepare

Binterviewed; to prepare

Cinterviewing; preparing

Dbeing interviewed; preparing

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31. I ______ to reach the manager for the last two hours but the line is always busy.

Atried

Bhave tried

Chad tried

Dhave been trying

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22. Alibaba has become China’s largest online commercial company, ______ a profit of 1.47 billion yuan in 2010.

Aearns

Bearning

Cearned

Dto have earned

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23. None of the underwater workers has been harmed by the great fish. ______, most fish were so friendly that they played with the instruments.

AInstead

BEven though

CHowever

DThough

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24. --Has James finished his report on his Enquiry Learning yet?

--I’m not sure. She _________ on it last week.

Awas working

Bhas worked

Cworked

Dhad worked

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25. Young people who have got jobs may realize university lessons can’t be the only

preparation for all of the situations ________ appear in the working world.

Awhere

Bwhen

Cthat

Dwhat

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26. --Can I use the telephone on the table, sir?

    --Under no circumstances _________ to use the telephone in the office for personal affairs.

Aanyone is allowed

Bnobody is allowed

Cis anyone allowed

Dis nobody allowed

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27. It is good manners to eat up ______ is left in your plate.

Athat

Bwhat

Cwhich

Dall

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28. _______ me when you get it through and I’ll pick you up at your work place.

ACalling

BCall

CCalled

DTo call

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29. A broad smile spread_____ Jack’s face when he eventually gained a scholarship.

Aacross

Bthrough

Cat

Din

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30. --How do you usually go to work? –– I usually drive, but if it is fine, I ______ by bike.

Awill go

Bwould go

Chave gone

Dhad gone

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完型填空 本大题共20小题,每小题 1.50分,共30分。
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    In 1956, Phoenix, Arizona, was a city with boundless blue skies. One day as I walked around the house with my sister Kathy’s new parakeet on my finger, I wanted to show Perky      the sky looked like. Maybe he could make a little bird  out there. I took him into the backyard, and then, to my  , Perky flew off. The enormous blue sky swallowed up my sister’s blue  and suddenly he had gone, clipping its wings.

    Kathy managed to me. With fake optimism, she even tried to reassure me that Perky would find a new   .But I was far too clever to   that such a thing was possible.

    Decades later, I watched my own   growing. We shared their activities, spending soccer Saturdays in folding chairs with the  of the kids’ friends, the Kissells. The two families went camping around Arizona together. We became the  of friends. One evening, the game was to tell Great Pet stories. One person claimed to    the oldest living goldfish. Someone else had a psychic dog.  Barry, the father of the other family, took the floor and   that the Greatest Pet of All Time was his blue parakeet, Sweetie Pie.

    “The best thing  Sweetie Pie,” he said, “was the      we got him. One day, when I was about eight, out of the clear, blue sky, a little blue parakeet just    down and landed on my finger.”

    When I was finally able to    , we examined the amazing evidence. The dates and the locations and the pictures of the bird all   . It seems our two families had been      long before we ever met. Forty years later, I ran to my sister and said, “You were    ! Perky lived!”

36.

Awhat

Bhow

Cwhich

Dwhere

37.

Afood

Bnest

Cfriend 

Dfamily

38.

Ajoy

Bhorror

Cdisappointment

Dsatisfaction

39.

Apleasure

Bsadness

Ctreasure

Dsense

40.

Aforgive

Bcomfort

Chelp

Ddelight

41.

Aparent

Bhome

Cmaster

Dlife

42.

Aimagine

Bsuppose

Cdoubt

Dbelieve

43.

Abirds

Bhappiness

Cworries

Dchildren

44.

Aparents

Bbirds

Cinterests

Dgames

45.

Afirst

Bbest

Clast

Dhappiest

46.

Acatch

Bfind

Cbuy

Dhave

47.

ASuddenly

BFortunately

CThen

DHowever

48.

Aannounced

Bsaid

Ctold

Dhoped

49.

Ain

Babout

Cof

Don

50.

Aday

Bplace

Cway

Dstory

51.

Afloated

Bdived

Csettled

Dwent

52.

Athink

Bspeak

Cinterrupt

Dexplain

53.

Acame up

Bturned up

Cturned out

Dmatched up

54.

Aknown

Bfastened

Cconnected

Dintroduced

55.

Aright

Bwrong

Csilly

Dmad

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阅读理解 本大题共4小题,每小题2分,共8分。阅读短文,完成下列小题。
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A

    First, you ought to know that I’m only fourteen. My mother points this out often. I can make my own decisions when I’m old enough to vote, she says. Second, I should tell you that she’s right — I’m not always responsible. I sometimes take the prize for grade-A dork(呆子). Take last weekend for instance. I was staying at Dad’s, and I decided it was time I learned to drive. It was Sunday morning, 7 A.M., and I hadn’t slept well. I’d been up thinking about an argument, which I’ll tell you about in a minute. Well, nobody was up yet in the neighborhood, so I thought it couldn’t hurt to back the car out of the garage and drive around the block. But Dad has a clutch(离合器)car. The “R” on the shift handle was up on the left side, right next to first gear(档位). I guess you can guess the rest.

    Dad’s always been understanding. He didn’t say, “Okay, little Miss Know-It-All, you can just spend the rest of the year paying this off,” which is what Mom would have said. Instead, Dad worried about what might have happened to me. And that made me feel more guilty than anything. I think he’d be a better number-one caregiver, but I can’t say things like that to Mom. To her, I have to say, “But Mom, Dad’s place is closer to school. I could ride my bike,” to which she replies, “Amy Lynn, you don’t own a bike. Remember? You left it in the yard, and it was stolen. And you haven’t got the patience to earn the money to replace it.”

56. The writer feels guilty because she ________.

Amade her dad worry

Bruined the car

Cbroke the law

Ddidn’t tell her mom about the car incident

57. The main conflict between the writer and her mother is about whether she ________.

Acan make her own decisions

Bshould live with her mom or her dad

Cshould be allowed to drive

Dshould pay for things she loses or breaks

58. The writer’s mother thinks the writer is ________.

Atoo attached to her dad

Btoo emotional

Ctoo shy

Dirresponsible

59. In the first sentence, the writer used “only” to suggest that she ________.

Adoesn’t want to grow old

Bthinks fourteen is old enough for some things

Cwishes she were older

Dthinks fourteen is an embarrassing age

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阅读理解 本大题共4小题,每小题2分,共8分。阅读短文,完成下列小题。
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A

    First, you ought to know that I’m only fourteen. My mother points this out often. I can make my own decisions when I’m old enough to vote, she says. Second, I should tell you that she’s right — I’m not always responsible. I sometimes take the prize for grade-A dork(呆子). Take last weekend for instance. I was staying at Dad’s, and I decided it was time I learned to drive. It was Sunday morning, 7 A.M., and I hadn’t slept well. I’d been up thinking about an argument, which I’ll tell you about in a minute. Well, nobody was up yet in the neighborhood, so I thought it couldn’t hurt to back the car out of the garage and drive around the block. But Dad has a clutch(离合器)car. The “R” on the shift handle was up on the left side, right next to first gear(档位). I guess you can guess the rest.

    Dad’s always been understanding. He didn’t say, “Okay, little Miss Know-It-All, you can just spend the rest of the year paying this off,” which is what Mom would have said. Instead, Dad worried about what might have happened to me. And that made me feel more guilty than anything. I think he’d be a better number-one caregiver, but I can’t say things like that to Mom. To her, I have to say, “But Mom, Dad’s place is closer to school. I could ride my bike,” to which she replies, “Amy Lynn, you don’t own a bike. Remember? You left it in the yard, and it was stolen. And you haven’t got the patience to earn the money to replace it.”

56. The writer feels guilty because she ________.

Amade her dad worry

Bruined the car

Cbroke the law

Ddidn’t tell her mom about the car incident

57. The main conflict between the writer and her mother is about whether she ________.

Acan make her own decisions

Bshould live with her mom or her dad

Cshould be allowed to drive

Dshould pay for things she loses or breaks

58. The writer’s mother thinks the writer is ________.

Atoo attached to her dad

Btoo emotional

Ctoo shy

Dirresponsible

59. In the first sentence, the writer used “only” to suggest that she ________.

Adoesn’t want to grow old

Bthinks fourteen is old enough for some things

Cwishes she were older

Dthinks fourteen is an embarrassing age

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阅读理解 本大题共3小题,每小题2分,共6分。阅读短文,完成下列小题。
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B

Environment Awareness Week

Regal Convention Centre, Halls 1-4

24-30 March 2011 10:00 am-9:00 pm

Free admission for all!

Save the environment, Save our future

Our environment needs help. With the participation of more than 50 organizations, Environment Awareness Week is the biggest public education event dedicated to environmental protection and conservation. Don’t miss it! Come and know more about:

The Threats to Earth (Hall 1) – What is global warming? How serious is pollution? Learn about different environmental problems from our university students. Protect our environment!

The Search for renewable Energy (Hall 2) – can we get electricity from wind, solar energy, waves, rivers and underground heat? Get the answers from Solar Ace, Tefron, Touch Wind Resources and other participants.

The Quest for Fresh water (Hall 3) – is the shortage of freshwater worsening? What are Singapore’s solutions for treating wastewater? Hear from Flow Technologies, HydroMax Solutions and other participants.

The 3 Rs and Save Earth (Hall 4) – How can we REDUCE, REUSE and RECYCLE to cut down household wastes? Find out from the Global Gala Network, Green Earth Foundation and other participants.

For more information, please call Mr. Philip Koh at 65531188, send an email to Mrs. Daisy Soh at daisy_soh@ief.org or visit the events web at http://www.ief.org/caw

60. The main aim of Environment Awareness Week is to ________.

Aeducate the public on protecting the environment

Bdiscuss global warming and other environmental problems

Cexplain ways for producing freshwater to save the environment

Dlearn about renewable energy sources that protect the environment

61. The organizer of the event is ________.

AGlobal Gaia Network

BClean Energy Agency

CGreen Earth Foundation

DGlobal Environment Fund

62. Which of the following statements is NOT true of the event?

AIt will last a week and the halls will be open 11 hours a day.

BYou can send an email to Mrs. Daisy Soh for more information.

CEach hall charges the same amount of money as the other.

DLectures in Hall 1 will be given by university students.

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阅读理解 本大题共4小题,每小题2分,共8分。阅读短文,完成下列小题。
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C

    If asked if space exploration should continue, most Americans would give an immediate response either in favor of continuing or in favor of ending space exploration. A common response would be that space exploration is a waste of money. An average American, uneducated on the subject, might believe that the government is wasting billions of dollars on the research that has no merit. Someone strange to the subject might say that a space shuttle goes up once in a while and that is about all that happens. Research is ongoing and continues when there are no shuttles being launched. This also costs the government money. Does the extreme cost of space exploration make sense?

    One argument is that the government is wasting money on the research not being used on Earth. Actually, the money goes to workers and scientists that support National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) missions (任务), and goes to major companies that play important roles in major sectors of the US economy. Boeing is a partner of NASA for aircraft, the same company that makes commercial aircraft for the airline industry.

Another benefit to continuing space exploration is the many spinoff (衍生的) technologies it provides. The artificial heart resulted from experiments on the space shuttle. The handheld Jaws of Life used to save victims from car accidents originated from the system used to separate the space shuttle from its booster rockets. Insulation in homes that keeps them warm and energy efficient is based on the technology used to insulate the space shuttle.

    There are direct benefits to the economy provided by NASA missions as well as spinoff technologies. These advances are found in food, building materials, medical procedures and the vehicles we drive. While it can be proven that billions of dollars that could be used elsewhere is being spent on space exploration, the benefits it provides outweigh the terrible aspects. As a matter of fact, the money spent helps to improve the quality of our lives.

63. How is Paragraph 2 mainly developed?

ABy offering analyses.

BBy making comparisons.

CBy giving some examples.

DBy presenting research findings.

64. The function of Jaws of Life is to _____.

Asave people from traffic accidents

Bdo experiments on the space shuttle

Ckeep houses warm and energy efficient

Dseparate the space shuttle from its booster rockets

65. In the author’s opinion, space exploration _____.

Ahas changed our life completely

Bcosts too much of our time

Cbenefits us in many ways

Dhas nothing to do with us

66. What would be the best title for the text?

ABenefits of space exploration

BIs space exploration worth the cost?

CHow to make space exploration affordable

DMissions of the NASA space shuttle program

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简答题(综合题) 本大题共10分。简答应写出文字说明、证明过程或演算步骤。
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      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。

    Forthe rest of March, a disease will sweep across theUS. It will keep kids home fromschool.  __71__ Employees will suddenly lose their ability toconcentrate.  

    Thedisease, known as “March Madness”, refers to the yearly 65-team US men’scollege basketball tournament(锦标赛).  __72__ Teams competeagainst each other in a single-elimination(单局淘汰) tournament that eventually crowns anational champion.  

    __73__The fun comes partly from guessing the winners for every game. Friends competeagainst friends. Husbands against wives. Colleagues against bosses.  

    Big-nameschools are usually favored to advance into the tournament. But each year thereare dark horses from little-known universities.  This adds to the madness.Watching a team from a school with 3,000 students beat a team from a schoolwith 30,000, for many Americans, is an exciting experience. Two years ago, thelittle-known George Mason Universitywas one of the final teams. __74__

    Collegebasketball players are not paid, so the game is more about making a name fortheir university and themselves.  __75__ About $4 billion willbe spent gambling on the event. According to Media Life magazine, the eventwill bring in $500 million in advertising income this year, topping thepost-season income of everyUSprofessional league, including that of the NBA.

A.  Nearly20 million Americans will find themselves prisoners of basketball festivalMadness.

B.  The players will go all out forthe games.

C.  But that doesn’t mean money isn’tinvolved.

D.  College students will ignorepiles of homework.

E.   People are willing to spend moremoney on watching it.

F.   Itbegins on March 15 and lasts through the beginning of April.

G.  Many people had never even heardof the university before the tournament.



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书面表达 本大题共15分。
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76.假如你是北京阳光中学的李涛,今年暑假你打算到纽约自助游,你在沙发网上找到了一位愿意免费为你提供住宿的美国人Peter,请根据下表提供的信息,给Peter 写一封信,介绍你的情况以及你的需求。

注意:

1. 词数不少于50;

2. 可适当增加细节,以使行文连贯;

3. 开头和结尾已给出,不计入总词数。

ear Peter,

_____________________________________________________________________

Yours,

Li Tao

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书面表达 本大题共20分。
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77.假设你是红星中学高二(1)班的学生李华。下面四幅图描述了上周五你在放学路上,撞倒一位骑车老人并实施救助的过程。请根据图片的先后顺序,写一篇英文周记。

注意: 

1.文章的开头已为你写好;

2.词数不少于60。

Last Friday _____________________________________________________________

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