高三英语5月第三次周考试卷(无答案)


江西省吉安县二中五月第三次周考英语试卷
第一部分:听力(共两节,满分 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, 并标在试卷的相应位置。听完每段对话后,你都有 10 秒钟的时间来回答有关小题和阅读下一 小 题。每段对话仅读一遍。 1. When will Susan come? A. At 4:45. B. At 5 :00. C. At 5 :15. 2. What is the woman doing? A. Apologizing. B. Asking for directions. C. Asking for advice. 3. What is the relationship between the speakers? A. Student and teacher. B. Bookseller and customer. C. Reader and librarian. 4. What does the man mean? A. He agrees with the woman. B. He enjoys the whole lecture. C. The lecture was more than an hour long. 5.What are the two speakers talking about? A.Their school life. B. The hot weather. C.The air conditioner. 第二节(共 15 小题;每小题 1.5 分,满分 22.5 分) 听下面 5 段对话或独白。每段对话或独白后有几个小题,从题中所给的 A、B、C 三个选项中 选 出最佳选项,并标在试卷的相应位置。听每段对话或独白前,你将有时间阅读各个小题, 每小题 5 秒钟;听完后,各小题将给出 5 秒钟的作答时间。每段对话或独白读两遍。 听第 6 段材料,回答第 6 至 7 题。 6. Who can play the violin well? A. The woman’ S sister. B. The woman herself. C. The man himself. 7. What did the man learn for several years? A . Piano. B . Violin. C. Flute. 听第 8 段材料,回答第 11 至 13 题。 11. Which way helps the woman keep in good shape? A. Joining a healthy club. B. Doing exercise with special equipment. C. Keeping to a special diet. 12. How often does the woman play tennis? A. Several times a week. B. Every day. C. Once a week. 13.What is the man working for probably? A. A local radio station. B. A local newspaper. C. A local TV station. 听第 9 段材料,回答第 14 至 16 题。 14. Why is the man going to call Dr Anderson? A. To tell him the woman is coming. B. To make an appointment. C. To fill the prescription(处方).

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15. What can we learn from their conversation? A. The woman needs drugs to kill her pain. B. The woman thinks aspirin will solve her problem. C.The man and the woman both like Dr Anderson. 16.Why does Dr Anderson stay late at his clinic? A. Many patients need him. B. He does experiments. C.He loves his work. 听第 10 段材料,回答第 17 至 20 题。 17. What is the speaker mainly telling the listeners about? A. Vacation arrangements .B. College facilities. C. Dormitory management. 18. How long will most of the Dormitories be closed? A. For about 5 days. B. For about 10 days. C. For about 15 days. 19. Which of the following will be open as usual? A. The college store and the dining halls. B. The library and the computer center. C. The post office and the college office. 20. What do you know about the speaker? A. She is president of the college. B. She normally lives in Butler Hall. C.She is incharge of general afairs. 第二部分:英语语言知识运用(共两节,满分 3 0 分) 第一节多项选择(共 io 小题;每小题 1 分,满分 10 分) 从 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.Poorer families often lack _____to a car ,which they would need to drive their children to a more successful school outside their own district. A. talent B. concept C. access D. affection 22. Even though wind,tide,solar and nuclear technologies are regarded as new fuel sources,there is no _____to the oil at present. A. acquaintance B. adjustment C. advantage D. alternative 23.Doctor often advises us to pay more attention to our diets and mental health and to take _____examinations. A. relevant B. regular C. adequate D. accurate 24.These private schools offer a ( n) _____ schedule for students who may be working or are even in school at university. A.abstract B.admirable C.distinct D.flexible 25.Though sending text messages or writing micro blogs allows us to exchange thoughts, bits and pieces of online connection cannot for a “ real conversation ”. A.charge B.tolerate C.distinguish D.substitute 26.The adults have to work harder than ever to provide for the needs of the children, who cannot _____to the economy until they are older. A.appeal B.contribute C.donate D.corespond

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27.Bill Gates was _____the richest man in the world,but he was moved down from the top in 2010 after he decided to give away $ 28billion to good causes. A. previously B. obviously C. initially D. genuinely 28.Electricalproductsnolongerinusecontaindangerousmaterialswhichcanbereleasedint otheenvi- ronment when they are _____. A.taken apart B. given away C. fixed up D. handed over 29 My classmates were all _____their smartphones during a high school friends meeting, busy taking pictures of their meal and uploading them to their micro blogs. A. fed up with B. exposed to C. occupied with D. linked to 30.With some physical training in the morning,even after a couple of days,you will feel energetic,and _____,you will benefit greatly from your perseverance. A. in a way B. on the other hand C. on the whole D. in the long term 第二节完形填空(共 20 小题,每小题 1 分,满分 20 分) 阅读下面短文,从短文后所给各题的四个选项(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。 On the first day of the new year,when I went into the bank,the bank person,an elderly gentleman with a white beard,as usual greeted to me politely “Happy New Year. ” He nodded and I sat in front of him. Minutes passed and 31 _____ happened. Then very 32 _____ I put my form in front of him. He was very busy. After a few minutes he took my form and 33 _____ filling it. After waiting for a few more minutes ,I began to show all signs of being 34 _____ . I asked him if my work was done. The 35 _____ I uttered the words,I felt as if a bomb had fallen on him. He 36 _____,“ Nothing is done,it will take time ! ” Just then I saw his morning cup of tea ,which had been 37 _____ there for the last ten minutes,untouched. The tea had turned almost 38 _____while he was doing his work. Suddenly I felt what this man must be feeling when customers like me come 39 _____ to get their work done. But we do not even feel the need to 40 _____ them for being there. Very softly I told him,“Sir, you please have your 41 _____ , I am not in a hurry. ” This man,whom I had been seeing for the last few years, 42 _____ looked up at me and for the first time we had 43 _____ contact. I saw a 44 _____ person there,another human being who was as hard-pressed for time as I always am. He was also 45 _____the small things in life like a hot cup of tea or lying in a warm bed for a few more minutes like me. He gave me a rare smile and said,“ It is a 46 _____ affair with me ; you are not in a hurry but somebody else will be in a hurry. ” He really 47 _____ my heart with his words. I felt 48 _____ that all this time I thought of him as a robot ,someone who was there for my 49 _____. I promised to be more 50 of people who help me with myworkandbethankfulthattheyarethereforme. 31 A.something 32 .A immediately . 33 .A finished B. anything B. B hesitantly stopped C.nothing D C. desperately D C. continued D K everything .curiously .started

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第三部分:阅读理解(共 2 小题;每小题 2 分,满分 4 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) During the early 1980S,I was a sales manager for a large training company. One of my responsibilities was to train people on how to sell My mother lived near me for nearly 30 years,who has just had a third-grade education. The population in our area grew sufficiently and the committee members think about building a new church in our neighborhood. They decided to raise the initial capital by selling lottery (彩票)tickets. My mother jumped at the chance to participate. She had no formal training in the art of selling,but that never entered her mind. Her plan was simple: talk to as many people as possible about buying tickets and make them feel guilty if they didn’t. That’s where I came into the picture. She said I was a big shot and that I must know a lot of people. She gave me 10 booklets of 10 tickets, each one worth one dollar,
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adding up to a grand total of $ 100. A week later,I showed up with only half of the tickets sold. “ If only I had more time,I would have been able to sell all these tickets you gave me,” I said to my mother. “I simply didn’t have the time. ” “ What a load of nonsense! You either do something or you have all the excuses why not, ,’ my mother shot back. “You made time to go out to dinner ,watch TV ,jog , go to the movies. What does time have to do with it? Nothing! ” After that blast of the truth,she started to cry. I was defeated. I quickly agreed to buy the rest of my tickets myself. She stopped crying instantly and said,“ When you want something ,then you do whatever it takes to get the job done ,even cry. ” With a smile she said,“I knew that crying would work with you,and for being so weak with your excuses,here are 10 more books. Now ,go and sell them all. ’,As a sales manager, I paled(苍白)by comparison. My mother went on to demonstrate that by not making excuses , she could produce outstanding results. She managed to out-sell every other volunteer,14 to 1. She sold 7000 tickets. Her closest challenge came from a neighbor who sold 500. I learned a new level of distinction between time and results. I had always wanted to have my own business but had kept saying that it wasn’t the right time and I didn’t have the money. But I kept hearing my mother’s voice in my mind : “You either do something that you want or you have all the reasons why you can ’ t. ” Six months later,I quit my job and started my own business,training people in time management. 51.The author ’ s mother sold tickets to_______. A. to keep her from being lonely B. to practice the skills of selling C. to help her daughter start a busines D. to collect money for building a church 52.The author’s mother suddenly cried because_______. A. she was defeated by others B. she was sad at the bad news C. she was eager to get her job done D. she was disappointed with her daughter 53.It is implied in the underlined words in the passage_______. A. success can only be achieved by action B. experience is the best teacher C. one is never too old to learn D. all is well that ends well 54. What’s the theme of the passage? A. Practice makes perfect. B. Rome was not built in a day. C. Where there is a will, there is a way. D. Never put off till tomorrow what you can do today. (B) Teachers say the digital age has had a good influence — and a not-so-good influence

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— on this generation of American teenagers. More than 2,000 middle and high school teachers took an online survey. Researchers also spoke with teachers in focus groups. Three-quarters of the teachers said the Internet and digital search tools have had a “mostly positive” effect on their students’ research habits and skills. But 87 percent agreed that these technologies are creating an “easily distracted(分心的) generation” . And 64 percent said the technologies “do more to distract students than to help them academically. ” Many students think doing research now means just doing a quick search on Google. The Pew Internet Project did the survey with the College Board and the National Writing Project. A majority of the teachers came from Advanced Placement classes, which provide college-level work for high school students. Judy Buchanan is director of the National Writing Project and a co-author of the report. Ms. Buchanan says digital research tools are helping students learn more, and learn faster. “Teachers really like these tools because they are ways to make some of learning exciting and engaging. Young people like these tools. And the goal is to really help them become creators of content , and meaningful content , and not just sort of consumers. ” But one problem the survey found is that many students are lacking in digital literacy. In other words,they trust too much of the information they find on the Internet. Judy Buchanan says these students have not developed the skills they need to judge the quality of online information. “It’s just a lot to learn about how to distinguish authentic sources. And it’ s something that really has to be taught and paid attention to. It’s like everything else — in a world in which things can happen quickly,you really do need to have a way to step back ,reflect and analyze the information you have. And teachers can do a lot to teach that., Another problem the survey found is blamed on something that might not seem like a problem at all : being able to quickly find information online. Teachers say the result is a reduction in the desire and ability of their students to work hard to find answers. They say students are overly dependent on search engines and do not make enough use of printed books or research librarians. Many teachers are also concerned that the Internet makes it easy for students to copy work done by others instead of using their own abilities. 55.Most teachers who took the online survey thought the internet tools help students in_______. A. becoming more independent B. being more serious in study C. doing a quick search on Google D. developing their research ability 56.According to Ms. Buchanan,the survey aims_______. A. to help students become more creative B. to draw students attention away from the internet C. to make people learn the benefits of the internet tools

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D. to persuade students to use traditional ways of research 57. According to the researchers,which of the following do students lack when facing the internet? A. The ability of doing research online. B. The interest in using the internet tools. C.The skills of judging online information. D.The methods of obtaining online information. 58.Which of the following is the disadvantage of the internet tools? A.Offering little useful information. B. Search engines are very convenient. C.Making students unwilling to work hard. D.Making students addicted to online information. (C) Everyone hates to wait in lines. We get that anxious feeling that our precious life is slipping away while we ’ re doing something so meaningless. But it ’ s not always the length of the wait we find so unbearable.SomepeoplecampoutsideApplestoresforanentirenightjusttogettheirhandsonth elatest product. But waiting 10 minutes in a grocery store just to buy a drink? Forget it. Our behavior when waiting is only partly decided by the length of the wait. “Often the psychology of queuing is more important than the statistics of the wait itself,” notes the MIT researcher Richard Larson. One apparent aspect of queuing psychology is that we get bored when we wait in line. This issue is solved in many ways, from magazines in hospital waiting rooms to mirrors in elevators so that we can check our appearance. We really hate it when we expect a short wait and then get a long one. But studies show that we are much more patient when we are given an idea of how long we ’ 11 be waiting. Walt Disney Co knows this better than anyone else. It posts estimated waiting times for attractions in its theme parks. But according to Larson , these times are overestimated so that visitors get to the front of the queue more quickly than they expect. It keeps them happy. But perhaps the biggest influence on our feelings about waiting in a line has to do with our sense of fairness. When it comes to queues, the universally acknowledged standard is first come, first served. Any departure from this principle is regarded as unfair and can lead to violent queue anger. You’ve probably experienced mild queue anger yourself in fast food restaurants, watching people in the other line zoom ahead of you,cursing yourself for having chosen the “wrong” line. In order to solve this problem,the serpentine(蛇形)line was invented. The serpentine line guides all customers into one big snaking queue , separated by ropes or barriers. When you reach the head of the queue,you are directed to the next available server,or teller,or customs official. The serpentine line isn’t always faster than multi-lines before an array(排)of cash registers. But it offers important comfort: you absolutely never have to see someone arrive after you

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and get served before you. In life ,waiting is inevitable. But a better understanding of the psychology of waiting can help make it a bit more bearable. When all else fails,bring a book or a smartphone will also do. 59.In the 1st para ,the author intends to tell us_______. A. why people are crazy about Apple ’ S products B. people waste their precious time in queuing C. waiting time is not the only cause for people’ S hate in queuing D. the psychology is the real reason why people hate to wait in lines 60.Walt Disney Co makes people queuing happily by_______. A. having people queue in serpentine lines B. letting people know how long they will wait exactly C. making people queue shorter than they are informed D. offering people magazines to read when waiting inlines 61.Serpentine line is invented to_______ A. make the waiting line move faster B. guarantee the first-come-first-served principle C. solve the problem of feeling bored in queuing D. guide all customers into one big snaking queue 62.The main purpose of the passage is_______. A. to explain the advantages of serpentine line B. to introduce ways of saving time in queuing C. to offer an explanation of the psychology of queuing D. to analyze the psychology of people queuing for Apple products (D) It’ S human to want light and warmth. God’ S first recorded words were “Let there be light”. And night belongs to the dark side. Electricity ’ S triumph over the night keeps us safer as well as busier. We now live in a fast-moving,fully lighted world where night still happens , but is optional to experience. Our all-weather culture has washed out the night. In fact we treat the night like failed daylight. Yet slowness and silence—the different rhythm of the night—are a necessary correction to the day. I think we should stop being night-resisters,and learn to celebrate the changes of the seasons,and adjust ourselves to autumn and winter , not just turn up the heating,leave the lights on and complain a lot. Night and dark are good for us. As the nights grow longer,it’s time to reopen the dreaming space. Have you ever spent an evening without electric light? We have all experienced negative darkness—those long nights when we can ’ t sleep, and worry about everything, and so we know that “dark time” can seem endlessly long , compared with daytime. Yet this slowing of time can be the most relaxing and beautiful experience. Spending the evening in candlelight , and maybe by the fire—without TV—talking,telling stores,we let the lit-up world go by without us ,expand the hours,and change the thoughts and conversations we usually have. I have noticed that when all the lights are on,people tend to talk about what they are doing—their outer lives. Sitting round in candlelight or firelight,people start

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to talk about how they are feeling——their inner lives. They argue less,there are longer pauses. To sit alone without any electric light is curiously creative. I have my best ideas at dawn or at nightfall ,but not if I switch on the lights. Fire,dreams, slowness, time, quietness, books, seasons—all these things, which are not really things ,but moments of life—take on a different quality at night-time,when the moon reflects the light of the sun,and we have time to reflect what life is to us,knowing that it passes and that every bit of it,in its change and its difference,is the here and now of what we have. 63.Life is too short to be all daylight. Night is not less ; it’s more.By saying the underlined words,the author implies_______. A. we need more light to feel safer B. it is necessary to turn off the lights C.it is good to be silent during the day D.people are often too busy in a noisy world 64.The author claims to _______with lights turned off at night. A. have more original ideas B. be lonely C. have a strange feeling D.feel safer 65.In the second paragraph from bottom the author intends to tell us_______. A. night is good time for us to think B. time flies and we should treasure it C. things take on a different form at night D. everything has a different quality in different time 66. What’ S the best title of the passage? A. Light and night. B. Why I love the night? C. Home for rest and thought. D. How to enjoy a different life. (E) Mr Amabile,a respected business thinker,taught a lot of companies his theories of competitive advantage. Mr Amabile claims that competition can save even America’ S troubled health-care system,the largest in the world. He and Elizabeth Olmsted Teisberg argue in their book “Redefining Health Care” that competition,properly applied,can fix what troubles this sector(部门). That is a daring claim, considering the horrible state of America’ S health-care system. Just consider a few of its failings : America pays more for health care than most countries,but it still has some 45 million citizens with no health insurance at all. While a few receive outstanding treatment,most do not. The authors conclude that it is “ on a dangerous path,with a poisonous combination of high costs, uneven quality,frequent errors and limited access to care. ” The authors offer a package of solutions to fix this mess,and thereby to put the sector on a genuine competitive footing. First,bring the data in the broad daylight. Second,transform competition from the level of doctors and hospitals to the level of medical conditions,which is completely absent. The authors argue that the right

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evaluation of “value” for the health sector should be how well a patient improves over the entire treatment,and what the cost is for that entire cycle. If there is a drawback in this book , it is that the authors sometimes appear over-optimistic. They argue ,for example,that their solutions are so reasonable that private clinic could practise them well without waiting for the government to fix its policy mistakes. That seems to be an attractive idea,but it falls into a trap(陷阱)that economists call the fallacy(谬论)of the $20 bill on the street. If there really were easy money on the pavement,surely previous passers-by would have bent over and picked it up by now! In the same way,if Mr Amabile ’ S prescriptions (处方)are so sensible that companies can make money in the absence of government policy changes,why have they not done so already? One reason may be that they can make more money in the current mess than in a perfectly competitive market. In the end,though,that is small criticism of a very big book. 67.Mr Amabile argues in his book that_______. A. America’s health-care system leaves nothing to be desired B. it is no easy task to improve America ’ S health-care system C. competition can help improve America’ S health-care system D. Americans enjoy one of the best health-care systems in the world 68.It is implied in the 3 rd paragraph that_______. A. competition may help improve medical conditions B. America ’ S health-care system is under severe competition C. there is too much competition among doctors and hospitals D. few patients in America have received qualified treatment 69.In the author ’ s opinion,the book cannot be considered perfect in that_______. A. the solutions given are impossible to be applied B. optimistic thinking often leads to careless judgment C. the authors of the book have offered an economic fallacy D. companies may make less money in a competitive market 70.The author takes a(n) _______attitude toward the book “Redefining Health Care”. A. critical B. positive C. negative D. ironic 第四部分:书面表达(满分 50 分) 第一节完成句子(共 10 小题,每小题 2 分,满分 20 分) 根据每小题题后的汉语提示,以及句末括号内的英语单词完成句子,并将答案写在答题卡上 的 相应题号后。 71.However_______to clear up the misunderstanding between them,they still ended up arguing with each other. ( try ) 不管我怎样努力去消除他们之间的误会,他们最后还是以争吵告终。 72.A meteor exploded over Russian’s Ural Mountains. So far ,around 1200 people are reported _______. (injure) 一颗陨石在俄罗斯乌拉尔山脉地区上空划过并爆炸。到目前为止,据报道已有大约 1200 人受 伤。 73 Mary _______the dictionary, because she didn’t give me an accurate explanation of the word. ( refer)

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玛丽一定没查过词典,因为她没给我这个词的准确解释。 74.It was completely wrong that not until the accident happened _______the problem.( focus) 直到事故发生之后人们才关注这个问题,这是完全错误的。 75 . _______whether a favorite among Chinese viewers ,Lengend of Zhen Huan ,will be accepted by foreign audience. ( remain) 备受中国观众喜爱的电视剧甄娘传能否被外国观众接受还有待观察。 76.Had it not been for the worsening air quality,the flight _______by the heavy fog for such a long time. (delay) 如果不是空气质量越来越差,航班不会因为大雾延误如此之久。 77.It was only after serious consideration _______to sponsor the poor children to finish his compulsory education. (decide) 他就是在慎重考虑后,才决定资助这个贫困孩子完成义务教育。 78.He used only half of the money,_______for other purposes. (save) 他仅用了一半的钱,其佘的节省下来留作它用。 79.By the time her father retires ,probably she _______the company. (take) 到他父亲退休时,很可能她已经接管了公司。 80. _______the possible snowstorm at hand,they determined to stay at home for the holiday. ( warn ) 得到告诫可能有暴风雪即将到来,他们决定假期呆在家里。 第二节短文写作(满分 30 分) 请根据以下提示,并结合事例,用英语写一篇短文。 Remember one thing : there is a bright day after every dark night. So no matter how hard your situation is ,stick your chest out, keep your head up and deal with it. —Tupac Amarn Shakur,American rapper and actor. 注意: ①无须写标题; ②除诗歌外,文体不限; ③文中不得透漏个人姓名和学校名称; ④词数为 120 左右,如引用提示语则不计入总词数。 (提示:请将写作答案写在答题卡上的相应位置,写在此处无效。 )

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