• 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. The Oxford English Dictionary is necessary for learning English, so you'd

better buy __________.

Athis

Bthat

Cit

Done

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23. Paula waited until all the luggage was cleared, __________ hers never

appeared.

Aor

Bso

Cas

Dbut

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24. The money will be used __________ the school with new computer equipment.

Ato provide

Bproviding

Cprovided

Dto be provided

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22. The girl is sure to become a good actress __________ she gets the right training.

Auntil

Bif

Calthough

Dunless

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25. I have no doubt that he will make it, but I wonder __________ he is really ready enough.

Awhat

Bwhy

Cwhether

Dthat

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26. I thought it hard to complete the project at first, but I __________ my mind.

Achange

Bhave changed

Chad changed

Dwould change

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27. Careers Advice service is only available to people __________ on

day-time courses.

Ato study

Bstudy

Cstudied

Dstudying

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28. Parents often tell their children that they __________ take candy from

strangers.

Aneedn't

Bwouldn't

Cshouldn't

Ddaren't

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29. I've heard that preparations __________ for the coming festival. Let's give them a hand.

Aare being made

Bhave been made

Care making

Dhave made

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30. They have leading experts in this field, and that's __________ they've

made important progress.

Awhere

Bwhy

Cwhether

Dwho

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31. They will run an after-class club __________ kids can have fun and learn

how to protect themselves.

Athat

Bwhen

Cwhere

Dwhat

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32. —You look sleepy today.

—__________ not to miss the flight, I didn't dare to close my eyes the whole night.

AReminded

BBeing reminded

CReminding

DHaving reminded

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33. I've known Sarah for nearly ten years. She __________ once my

customer.

Ais

Bhas been

Cwas

Dhad been

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34. He is very tired, so he needs some time __________ duty for relaxation and rest.

Athrough

Bfrom

Cwith

Doff

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35. —My computer doesn't work!

—Robert is a computer expert. How I wish he __________ with me.

Acame

Bhad come

Cis coming

Dhas come

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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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From: jovangagic56@memail. com

To: kmallory@LN.org

Subject: Hi!

Dear Mr. Mallory,

I am writing to tell you my deep disappointment for my experience at Lingua

Nova English summer school in the first two weeks of July. I had been

thoroughly looking forward to learning English and learning about culture in the

UK, but I am afraid that my time at your summer school failed to live up to my

expectations.

Your brochure states that the student accommodation is situated "in the heart

of Edinburgh". This is misleading as my accommodation was, in fact, situated

a good fifty minutes bus ride from the city center in what I can only describe as

a less than picturesque part of the suburbs.

In addition, the activity programme did not reflect the fact that we were located

in one of Europe's most interesting and historical cities: one evening activity

consisted of a walk to a nearby park, another was a trip to a narrow street

which was not usually used by cars. Finally, on our one trip into the city center

our "guide" readily admitted that she was not from Edinburgh, and had in fact

never visited the city before. I had been eagerly expecting a guided tour of

Scotland's treasures. In fact, I was left in the city center with no map and told to

"check things out" while your employee went shopping in Princes Street.

This was a long awaited trip and cost me over two years' hard work and

saving. Although I do have positive memories of my trip (my English teachers

were knowledgeable and inspiring), the accommodation and activity

programme were wholly unsatisfactory.

I would like to get my money back for the accommodation and would really

appreciate a reply within the next two weeks.

Yours sincerely,

Jovan Gagic

56. Jovan wrote the email to __________.

Aprovide information

Bshare experiences

Cexpress dissatisfaction

Draise expectations

57. According to Jovan, the guide __________.

Aorganized cultural activities

Bfailed to perform duties

Chad a good knowledge of the city

Dreceived punishment for bad behavior

58. What effect does Jovan want his email to have on Mr. Mallory?

ATo make him feel sorry.

BTo cause him worry.

CTo bring him disappointment.

DTo get him into trouble.

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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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B

Alexis, 17, sat quietly in thepassenger seat of her dad's car. She let her

eyes lazily scan the landscape for wildlife. Then adeer came into view about

200 yards in front of them. "Dad, there's a deerthere!" Alexis said. It was a

male deer with sharp antlers (角) on each side of its head.

As the car moved closer, Alexissaw that the deer's head was bent toward

the ground. Then she heard a scream and saw an arm flyup near the deer's

head. Alexis realized the deer was attacking a woman.Sue, a 44-year-old

mother, had been out for her morning run. The deerfollowed her and edged

closer. "I knew I was in trouble," Sue says.She went to pick up a stick for

self-defense, and the deer charged. It lifted her withits antlers and threw her

into the air. Sue could feel blood flew down her leg.Within seconds, the deer

had pushed her off the road.

When Alexis and her fatherpulled up, the deer was throwing Sue like a

doll. Alexis looked into the woman's terrified eyes,and before her father had

even stopped the car, the teenager jumped quickly outof the car and ran

toward the deer. "I was kicking it to get itsattention," she says. Then her father,

who had followed his daughter, pushed the deer awayfrom the women.

Alexis helped Sue into the car,and then applied a piece of cloth to Sue's

injured leg. "We're going to get you to ahospital," Alexis said. Then she heard

her father shout loudly. He had been knocked to theground. Alexis took hold of

a hammer from the car and ran to where her father layon his back. She beat

the deer's head and neck, but the blows didn't scareit away. "I was losing

faith," she says. "A couple more strikes,Alexis," said her father. "You can do it."

Turning the hammer around, Alexis closed hereyes and beat the deer's neck

with all her strength. When she opened her eyes, thedeer was running away.

Alexis got in the driver's seat and sped toward thenearest hospital.

After Sue was treated, shetearfully thanked her rescuers. "You expect a

teenage girl to get on the phone and call forhelp," she says, "not to beat up a

deer."

59.What was Sue doing when shewas attacked by the deer?

A She was driving home. 

BShe was resting on the road.

CShe was taking exercise. 

D She was feeding wild animals.

60. What did Alexis do to save Sue?

AShe pushed the deer away.

BShe hit the deer with her feet

CShe drove the car to hit the deer.

DShe beat the deer with a hammer.

61. Which of the following words can best describe Alexis?

AStrong.

BCruel.

CEnergetic.

DBrave.

62. What is the best title for the passage?

AA Woman Was Seriously Injured

BA Dangerous Deer Attacked a Woman

CA Girl Rescued Her Father Successfully

DA Teenager Saved Others from a Deer Attack

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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

A Good Night's Steep

Sleep plays a vital role in good health and well-being throughout your life.

While you're sleeping, your brain is forming new pathways to help you learn

and remember information. Although we all know the importance of getting a

good night's sleep, not all of us know the best way of getting it. A sleep expert,

Phil Atherton, gave some top tips for getting the most out of the night, which

will leave you ready for action in the morning.

According to Phil Atherton, not eating a large meal before bedtime is

important for getting a good night's sleep. The time difference between eating

and sleeping should be at least three hours. So you'd better avoid eating any

food three hours before bed, as it will lower your blood sugar during sleep and

help minimize damage from too much sugar floating around.

It's also important to find ways to prepare your body for sleep. You can

follow a routine like trying not to expose yourself to too much artificial light

within 1 hour before bed, as your brain uses light to help set internal "body

clock". Although it might seem unnatural to schedule your sleep, the purpose is

to send a signal to your body and mind that it's time to sleep.

Another way to prepare your body for sleep is to get into a relaxed state by

taking a bath or listening to soft music. Both of them will help to take the mind

off the daytime pressures.

Having a suitable bed, especially a suitable mattress (床垫), is necessary

for a good night's sleep. Sleep is a personalized activity, and we all adopt

different sleeping positions. Finding the mattress that suits you will reduce

back pains that can result from a poor sleeping position. The bed should be

four to six inches longer than its tallest user, allowing for space to move

around.

The recent research is pretty clear that a good night's sleep in a major

component of good health. Since the start of the 21st century, studies have

linked a lack of sleep to many diseases, such as diabetes and obesity. Taking

action now will lead to long-term benefits for you and those around you.

63. What does the author intend to tell us in the passage?

AWhen to start a sound sleep.

BHow to get a good night's sleep.

CWhat to do with sleep problems.

DWhy to form a good habit of sleeping.

64. According to the author, before going to sleep, you'd better __________.

Afree yourself from tension

Bcheck your blood sugar

Crelieve your pain in the back

Drecord your biological clock

65. What does the underlined word "it" in Paragraph 2 refer to?

ANot eating food.

BTaking a meal.

CNot sleeping well.

DHaving a good sleep.

66. Which of the following shows the organization of the passage?

CP: Central Point P: Point Sp: Sub-point (次要点) C: Conclusion

A

B

C

D

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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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D

Is It Worth Buying Organic Food?

Organic food, grown without artificial chemicals, is increasingly popular

nowadays. Consumers have been willing to pay up to twice as much for goods

with organic labels (商标). However, if you think paying a little more for organic

food gets you a more nutritious and safer product, you might want to save your

money. A study led by researchers at Stanford University says that organic

products aren't necessarily more nutritious, and they're no less likely to suffer

from disease-causing bacteria, either.

The latest results, published in the Annuals of Internal Medicine, suggest

that buyers may be wasting their money. "We did not find strong evidence that

organic food is more nutritious or healthier," says Dr. Crystal Smith-Spangler

from Stanford. "So consumers shouldn't assume that one type of food has a

lower risk or is safer."

For their new study, Smith-Spangler and her colleagues conducted a

review of two categories of research, including 17 studies that compared

health outcomes between consumers of organic against traditional food

products, and 223 studies that analyzed the nutritional content of the foods,

including key vitamins, minerals and fats.

While the researchers found little difference in nutritional content, they did

find that organic fruit and vegetables were 20% less likely to have chemicals

remaining on the surfaces. Neither organic nor traditional foods showed levels

of chemicals high enough to go beyond food safety standards. And both

organic and traditional meats, such as chicken and pork, were equally likely to

be harmed by bacteria at very low rates. The researchers did find that organic

milk and chicken contained higher levels of omega-3 fatty acids, a healthy fat

also found in fish that can reduce the risk of heart disease. However, these

nutritional differences were too small, and the researchers were unwilling to

make much of them until further studies confirm the trends.

Organic food is produced with fewer chemicals and more natural-growing

practices, but that doesn't always translate into a more nutritious or healthier

product. The U. S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) states that "whether you

buy organic or not, finding the freshest foods available may have the biggest

effect on taste." Fresh food is at least as good as anything marketed as

organic.

67. The new research questions whether organic food __________.

Ashould replace traditional food

Bhas been overpriced by farmers

Cis grown with less harmful chemicals

Dis really more nutritious and healthier

68. Smith-Spangler and her colleagues found that __________.

Aorganic food could reduce the risk of heart disease

Btraditional food was grown with more natural methods

Cboth organic and traditional food they examined were safe

Dthere was not a presence of any forms of bacteria in organic food

69. Which of the following is relatively healthier according to the passage?

AOrganic chicken and pork.

BOrganic milk and chicken.

CTraditional chicken and pork.

DTraditional fruit and vegetables.

70. What is the author's attitude toward organic food?

ASceptical.

BNeutral.

CUnconcerned.

DApproving.

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补全信息 本大题共5小题,每小题2分,共10分。把答案填写在题中横线上。
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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。

They Just Can't Help It

My theory is that the female brain is mainly built for empathy — the ability

to understand other people — and that the male brain is mainly built for

building systems. __71__ For example, women are more likely to read

magazines on fashion and parenting, while men will choose magazines that

feature computers and sport.

You may think that these preferences are influenced by the way people

are taught to behave when they are growing up. However, this is not the case.

longer at a face, and newborn boys look longer at a mobile. __72__ It has also

been observed (that girls are better at noticing signs of changes in other

people's feelings. Boys, however, seem to enjoy building toy towers and

playing with toys which have clear functions. __73__ People whose jobs are in

the construction industries are almost male. Math and engineering, which

require high levels of systems-thinking, are also male-chosen disciplines.

Why do men and women have the difference? Actually women have four

times as many brain neurons (神经) that connect the right and left part of their

brains. Because of it, women have a better ability to multitask than men.

__74__ Men tend to focus on a limited number of problems at a time. They will

separate themselves from problems and view tasks as independent from one

another.

Some people may worry that I am suggesting one gender (性别) is better

than the other, but this is not the case. My theory says that males and females

differ in the kinds of things that they find easy, but that both genders have their

strengths and weaknesses. __75__ It is not true. The study simply looks at

males and females as two groups, and asks what differences exist, and why

they are there.

biological.

person is like.

Anew study carried out at Cambridge University shows that newborn girls look

BGenerally speaking, there are clear differences.

CTheir preference for building systems may change over time.

DYou can see the same kind of pattern in the adult workplace.

EThey will consider many sources of information at the same time.

FIt is important to stress that the female brain may be built more for empathy.

GThat suggests certain differences between male and female brains are

Others may think the theory creates a belief of what a particular type of

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书面表达 本大题共15分。
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假设你是红星中学高三学生李华,请给你的美国同学Jim 写一封电子邮件,

告知周末你不能参加他的生日聚会,希望他谅解。邮件的内容包括:

1. 表达歉意;

2. 说明理由;

3. 告知已准备了生日礼物。

注意: 1.词数不少于50;

2.开头和结尾已给出,不计入总词数。

 

Dear Jim,

______________________________________________________________

Best wishes,

Li Hua

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书面表达 本大题共20分。
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假设你是红星中学高三学生李华,请根据以下四幅图的先后顺序,介绍你在

寒假期间参加“丝绸之路文化行”敦煌站的活动过程,并以“Silk Road Travel”

为题,给校刊“英语角”写一篇英文稿件。

注意:1. 词数不少于60;

2. 开头已给出,不计入总词数。

提示词:莫高窟the Mogao Caves

Silk Road Travel

This winter vacation I went to Dunhuang to explore theSilk Road with my

classmates.

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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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Communication with a Stranger

Last weekend I sat on the bus talking with excitement and so ready to

spend time in New York City with one of my best friends from college. As I took

the window seat and wore headphones over ears, I almost didn't __36__the

elderly man sitting beside me.

Two hours passed and I was still absorbed in my own world. __37__the

elderly man asked me a question, a simple question __38__ the bus's Wi-Fi

connection, which turned into a two- hour __39__. In fact, it directly __40__ my

personal life.

We talked a lot about my dreams, my fears and my life. I __41__ more

with this stranger on the bus than I have with any friend or family member in

months. Maybe it had something to do with me just being __42__ to let anyone

I know close to me. I was __43__ that the stranger was not only so deeply

interested in getting to know me, but also just as willing to __44__ me to my

greatest abilities. He listened carefully to every word I said and made some

useful __45__ at times. Instead of politely __46__ his head when I mentioned

my major, he told me that my strong liking seemed to be psychology, but not

the one I was studying. He said that he knew I would face difficulties if I studied

psychology and that he fully understood my __47__ for the failure.

This elderly man made me __48__ the plans that I had laid out for my life

with just that simple statement. He helped me realize that my neatly __49__

plan for the next five years of my life wasn't all that neat, but actually complex

and filled with __50__. Most of all, he helped me __51__ the complex, not stay

away from it because of my fear for the unknown. I _52__ a lot from talking

with the elderly stranger.

A few days later, he emailed me, saying, "I think you're __53__ for great

things no matter what you decide to do." The email was filled with words of

__54__. In a few hours a stranger showed me a sense of kindness that made

me realize that life is sometimes __55__ but it is going to be okay.

36.

Acheck

Bnotice

Cexcuse

Dbelieve

37.

AThen

BInstead

CAgain

DAlso

38.

Athrough

Bwith

Cduring

Dabout

39.

Aintroduction

Bexplanation

Cconversation

Dcompetition

40.

Aaffected

Bcontrolled

Cinterrupted

Dcreated

41.

Asearched

Bshared

Cdemanded

Dreviewed

42.

Asorry

Bcurious

Canxious

Dafraid

43.

Apuzzled

Bbothered

Camazed

Ddisappointed

44.

Apush

Binvite

Ctreat

Dadmit

45.

Achoices

Bsuggestions

Cdecisions

Defforts

46.

Araising

Bdropping

Cturning

Dnodding

47.

Aregret

Bchange

Cfear

D. desire

48.

Aprepare

Bdevelop

Capprove

Dquestion

49.

Areplaced

Borganized

Cdiscussed

Dpredicted

50.

Auncertainty

Bdanger

Cresponsibility

D. conflict

51.

Aidentify

Bignore

Cseize

Daccept

52.

Asuffered

Bincreased

Cbenefited

Dexperienced

53.

Aleaving

Bheading

Cwatching

Dcaring

54.

Aencouragement

Bprotection

Cadmiration

Ddescription

55.

Astable

Bnormal

Cpainful

Dserious

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