• 英语 曲靖市2017年高三第四次月考
简答题(综合题) 本大题共95分。简答应写出文字说明、证明过程或演算步骤。
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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

Traffic jams? Flight delay? You won’t mind so much when you are listening to something terrific.

【语篇导读】本文是七本书籍的简单介绍,展示了各自的特点和优势。

21. What do the seven books above have in common?

AThey can all be listened to

B.They are all popular novels

CThey are all available online for free

DThey are all written by famous writers

22. If you want to improve your sense of humor, you had better choose _____.

AThe Goldfinch

BStill Follin’s Em

CLife After Life

DWhen We Were the Kennedys

23. What do we learn about The Cuckoo’s Calling?

AIt was read by J. K. Rowling

BIt dealt with a romantic topic

CIt was published under a pen name

DIt was written by Robert Galbraith and J. K. Rowling

24. What can we learn from the passage?

AThe Goldfinch is the bestseller

BElizabeth Smart tells us a fictional story

CKate Atkinson is the main character of Life After Life

DThe last book involves a traffic delay caused by a storm

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B

Steve Jobs made technology fun. The co-founder of Apple died on October 5, 2011 at the age of fifty six. He had fought for years against cancer. Mourners gathered outside his house in Palo Alto, California and Apple stores around the world.

Tim Bajarin, president of a high-tech research and consulting company, said "If you actually look at a tech leader, they're really happy if they have one hit in their life.Steve Jobs has the Apple II, the Mac, the iPod, the iPhone, the iPad and Pixar."

Steve Jobs was a college dropout. He was adopted by a machinist and his wife, an accountant. They supported his early interest in electronics.

He and his friend Steve Wozniak started Apple Computer—now just called Apple in 1976. They stayed at the company until 1985. That year Steve Wozniak returned to college and Steve Jobs left in a dispute with the chief executive. Mr. Jobs then formed his own company, called NeXT Computer. He rejoined Apple in 1997 after it bought NeXT. He helped remake Apple from a business that was in bad shape then to one of the most valuable companies in the world today.

Steve Wozniak, speaking on CNN, remembered his longtime friend as a "great visionary and leader'' and a "marketing genius".

President Obama said in a statement: "By building one of the planet's most successful companies from his garage, he exemplified the spirit of American ingenuity. By making computers personal and putting the Internet in our pockets, he made the information revolution not only accessible, but intuitive and fun."

David Carroll is a professor at Parsons School of Design in New York City. He says Steve Jobs not only revolutionized technology, he also revolutionized American business. "The fact that he was able to redesign American commerce top to bottom and across is really amazing. He probably will be considered an industrial giant on the scale of Thomas Edison and Henry Ford, so one of the great of all time."

【语篇导读】本文是作者用别人对乔布斯的评价,例如,乔布斯是销售天才,是一个伟大的创造者,等等,实际是在纪念乔布斯,表达作者对他的敬爱和仰慕。

25. Tim Bajarin wants to tell us in Paragraph 2 that Steve Jobs was _________.

Avery ambitious

Breally a great tech leader

Chappier than any other tech leader

Dthe most popular chief executive of Apple

26.Which of the following can easily prove that Jobs is a "marketing genius"?

AAfter Apple, he founded NeXT Computer

BHe developed a series of Apple products

CHe made Apple very valuable once again in the world

DHe was considered the greatest industrial figure of all time

27. How did Steve Jobs become a very typical example of the spirit of American creativity?

ABy revolutionizing American business

BBy making Apple a most successful company

CBy having the praise of other famous people

DBy making computers personal and putting the Internet in our pockets

28. The author’s purpose in writing this passage is ______.

Ato give the news that Steve Jobs passed away

B.to compare Steve Jobs with Thomas Edison and Henry Ford

Cto show how Steve Jobs became a great tech leader

Dto remember Steve Jobs

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C

When the Internet hits an industry, the result is usually pretty dramatic.

Newcomers with revolutionary business models blow away the old established players. Think what happened to Kodak when photography went digital, and what happened to high street book shops when Amazon got going.

Now it is the turn of higher education. Right now this change is focused on the Mooc—shorthand for massive open online courses. Essentially these are packaged-up pieces of learning that last a few weeks, are often put together by a top professor at a top university, and are available to anyone with a computer. Enrolment(登记)is unlimited, there are no entry requirements, and they are completely free.

Mooc providers will tell you proudly that their product is not an alternative to going to university, it’s an alternative to not going to university. One of the big players in the Mooc world is Coursera, set up by Andrew Ng and Daphne Koller, two computer science professors at Stanford University in the United States.

About two years ago Prof. Ng decided to put lectures from his Machine Learning course online, with surprising results: “I put one of courses online and it reached an audience of 100,000 students,” he says. “To put that number into context, I used to teach 400 students a year at Stanford, which means to reach a comparable sized audience I would have had to teach at Stanford for 250 years.”

“I think Moocs have a huge potential. The technology that allows one professor to teach not just one student, but 100,000 really changes the economics of higher education,” Prof. Ng says. “Once you have created the course content it costs almost nothing to sigh up another student. What that means is we can afford to connect everyone in he world to a great education.”

【语篇导读】本文是一篇议论文,主要讲述了慕课的强大影响力,以及慕课的好处,作者表示对慕课有很大的期待。

29. What is the best title for the passage?

AThe New Will Replace the Old

B.Science Is Developing Very Quickly

CGreat Changes Take Place Every Day

DTraditional Industries Can Hardly Survive

30. What do we learn about Moocs?

AThey are usually very cheap

BThey are limited to college students

CThey are given by famous professors

DThey have limit to students’ number

31. Prof. Ng gave some numbers in Paragraph 5 to show ________.

Athe higher quality you Moocs

Bthe large influence of Moocs

Cthe great convenience of Moocs

Dthe quick development of Moocs

32. What’s Prof. Ng’s attitude towards Moocs?

AUnclear

BDoubtful

CObjective

DOptimistic

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D

My family is Canadian, although my sister moved down to Australia a few years ago to study speech pathology. She was graduating just before Christmas, but due to my own scholarly schedule, I couldn’t attend her graduation. I felt guilty that I wasn’t able to there for her on this special occasion.

However, I didn’t want to disappoint her and I asked special permission from me teacher to leave school earlier than scheduled. I wanted to give my sister a pleasant surprise. Then slowly an idea appeared in my mind. For me, Christmas surprises mean presents. Or at least boxes. What if I could arrive in a box?

One of the first I came across was CouriersPlease. At first the branch manager said no, but he later warmed up to the idea and actually volunteered to dress up and deliver me himself.

Upon arrival in Australia, the manager met me in full uniform, and he brought one of his workers, plus a CouriersPlease truck along for the ride as well! They even had a strong box prepared for me. I’d thought it would be easier to walk up to the doorway, and jump in the box while they rang the doorbell. But we, they wanted, my ask might as me through the window and they didn’t want to jeopardize my Christmas surprise. Instead, they pushed a few husband meters up the street, where they located me in the box and carried me all the way to my sister’s, where they was the doorbell and announced they had a deliver for her.

I couldn’t see the look on my sister’s face, but I could tell from her write that she was than a little puzzled. This soon changed into total disbelief and shock when the box was opened.

【语篇导读】本文是一篇记叙文,主要讲述了作者求职时的经历,体现了他的分经理很通情达理,给他展示的机会。

33. CouriersPlease is probably the name of ________.

Aa charity organization

Ban educational stubborn

Ca company that delivers goods

Da shop that sells Christmas presents

34. What does the underlined word “jeopardize” in Paragraph 4 probably mean?

ADiscover

BExpose

CRefuse

DDestroy

35. The branch manager can be described as ______.

Aflexible and understanding

Bstrict and stubborn

Ccreative but serious

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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,并在答题卡上将该项涂黑。选项中有两项为多余选项。

How to Achieve Your Full Potential

Once you have known your full potential, it’s time to work continuously towards achieving it. 36bd_blank

Determine what your full potential is. At its heart, achieving your full potential is about being the best person that you can be and is about expressing yourself to the fullest. Since everyone is different person, however, full potential is a relative term and you’ll view the concept in a different way from your best friend, your teacher, and from other people in your life. 37 _

Is there something I have ever wanted to do, such as dancing, singing, writing, or playing aporta?

Are there any physical aspects of myself I could work on, such as losing weight or building up muscles?

Commit to achieve your goal. Once you have confirmed that your goal is achievable and realistic, got to work. ___38 _ However, once you get past that first step, you’ll be onto success!

___39 _ You don’t go from crawling to running –you have to take your baby steps first. Once you gather the energy and mindset(思维模式)needed to take on our task, no matter how big, slow down and take a peek (看一眼)at eye level.

Accept pain. Failures will happen; they’re a natural part of life. 40 _ They will help you figure out what you are capable of, and what needs work as you move towards achieving your goals.

A. Take small steps

B. Determine what you’re shooting for

C. Once you get going, do challenge yourself

D. The most difficult part of beginning anything is beginning

E. Sail your own ocean, and you never know what you might find

F. Failures are a simple way of showing you what works and what doesn’t

G. As you continue to discover your own potential, consider these questions.

【语篇导读】本文是一篇议论文,主要讲述了如何发挥自己最大潜力,首先要挖掘自己的潜力,然后一步一步走好每一步。不拍失败,认清自我,才能最后取得成功。

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第二节 完型填空(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。

As a boy, my family used to vacation to Oregon. Without even   41 _   it at the time, I formed a (n)   42 _  attachment(impression) to those beautiful mountains and forests. Years later, this attachment would   43 _ itself in a powerful and life-changing way.

Sometime during my first year in college I began to get really restless. I grew__44 _  school and wanted to do something else. Without analyzing the   45 _  , I quit school and took a job in a big construction company. It was my 46 _ that this temporary change would provide me with a whole new idea. Well it 47 _,  because I soon realized that I wanted something   48 _  . I wanted peace and quiet. I also wanted lots of space around me and a much slower pace.

Then it 49 _ me what I really wanted was those beautiful forests of Oregon that I had visited when I was a(n)50 _ . This is 51 _ my restlessness gained some focus and my wants changed into intention. At the time, I had no idea how I was going to be successful, 52 _  I was completely certain that I would turn this new vision into  53 _  .

My wants became the seeds of my   54 _   to create a whole new life for myself. __55 _ , that intention moved me to take decisive action in the direction of my goal. Within two years, I had bought 56 _ , pulled up stakes in Southern California, and was living in the forests of Oregon. I had left everything familiar   57 _  . Besides the property, I had a tent, a jeep, and $1,000. I was 21 years old and it was an amazing adventure.

41.

Ahandling

Brealizing

Cfocusing

Denjoying

42.

Adeep

Bbitter

Csimple

Dhonest

43.

Aprove

Bdrag

Cshow

Dpay

44.

Acurious about

Binterested in

Clost in

Dtired of

45.

Asituation

Bpressure

Cpay

Dpart

46.

Astory

Bhope

Cexcuse

Dshame

47.

Astuck

Brose

Cworked

Dfaded

48.

Awrong

Bdistant

Ctight

Ddifferent

49.

Aoccurred

Bstruck

Clifted

Dlit

50.

Agrown-up

Bworker

Cartist

Dboy

51.

Awhere

Bwhen

Cwhich

Dthat

52.

Areally

Bstill

Clikely

Dnever

53.

Areality

Bservice

Cpower

Dshape

54.

Adoubt

Bintention

Ceffect

Dstate

55.

AOn the whole

BIn particular

CIn turn

DOn average

56.

Anursery

Bfurniture

Cjewels

Dproperty

57.

Abehind

Bout

Coff

Dfor

58.

AKeeping

BTaking

CActing

DCalling

59.

Ago

Bstrike

Cstay

Dhappen

60.

Afail

Bdisturb

Cchange

Dpick

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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,并填在答题卡的相应的位置。

Why Are Teenagers Always Hungry?

Teenagers who have high activity levels tend to experience more hunger attacks and have higher caloric intake demands. Teens involved in 61 _ (exhaust) physical activities, such as team or individual sports, skateboarding, or physical labor may need as much as 3,500 calories per day. Many active teens eat large main meals with a lot 62 _ (small)snacks in between meals. As long as 63 _ teen’s diet includes plenty of protein, healthy fats, fruit and vegetables, there is no need 64 _ (worry) about how often their hunger demands

Some teens are hungry all the time 65 _ they lack self-control and eat because it is fun, tasty, and relaxing. Comfort foods, such as chips, cookies, and high-fat pre-packaged foods are convenient and 66 _ (enjoy) because they don’t require preparation and contain appetizing salts, fats and sugars. Some teenagers get in the bad habit of binge (暴食)eating-eating 6 _ 7 (usual) large amounts of food even when they feel full. Teenagers 68 _ binge eating problems often feel powerless to stop eating while they 69 _ (do) it, and feel ashamed afterwards. Parents can help by establishing eating guidelines, purchasing healthy foods and 70 _ (consult) medical professionals when binge eating become routine.

【语篇导读】本文是一篇说明文,讲述了现在有很多孩子暴饮暴食,或者少饮少食,这样都不利于孩子健康成长,家长可以选择建立饮食指南,购买健康食品和咨询医疗专业人士来帮助孩子摆脱这坏习惯。

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71.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)不计分。

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书面表达 本大题共25分。
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72.第二节 书面表达(满分25分)

假设你是李华,你的一位美国朋友正在收集世界各地的民族文化资料,他请你帮忙给他介绍一些中国的传统民族文化。请根据以下要点写一篇短文介绍中国少数民族之一傣族的传统节日-----泼水节。

内容包括: (1)泼水节又名“泼佛节”,每年阳历四月中旬举行,持续3至7天;

(2)节日期间庆祝活动丰富多彩,如:穿着节日的盛装清水浴佛;相互泼水以示祝福;赛龙舟,歌舞晚会;

(3)节日的意义(水对这个民族的重要性)

注意:(1) 词数120左右;

(2)可以适当增加细节,以使行文连贯。

参考词汇:泼水节 the Water-Splashing Festival; 阳历 solar calendar; 浴佛bathe the Buddha

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