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高中三年级英语首次月考试题

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核心提示:高中三年级英语试题1、部分 听力 (共两小节,共30分)1、节 (共5小题,共7.5分)听下面5段对话。每段对话后有一个小题,从题中

高中三年级英语试题1、部分 听力 (共两小节,共30分)1、节 (共5小题,共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三个选项中选出选项,并标在试题的相应地方。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. What does the woman mean?A. It is too late to say that.B. The man will never win.C. She asked the man not to give up.2. How does the woman feel about driving to work?A. Tired. B. Good. C. Bored.3. What is the woman doing?A. Asking for a favor. B. Giving advice. C. Offering help.4. When should the man return the book?A. June 6th B. June 7th C. June 9th5. Where is the man going?A. To a park. B. To a party. C. To a school.2、节听下面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三个选项中选出选项,并标在试题的相应地方。听每段对话或独白前,你或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、7题。6. What festival is it the day after tomorrow?A. Christmas. B. Halloween. C. Thanksgiving.7. Who will the woman have dinner with on Christmas?A. Sam B. Paul. C. Paul’s parents听第7段材料,回答第8、9题。8. What did the man buy last week?A. A bag. B. A clock. C. A watch.9. What does the woman ask for?A. A check. B. An alarm C.A receipt.听第8段材料,回答第10至12题。10. How long will the man probably stay in New Zealand?A. One week. B. Two weeks. C. Three weeks.11. What advice does the woman give to the man?A. Booking his flight as soon as possible.B. Going to New Zealand after Christmas.C. Saving more money for his trip.12. How does the woman feel in the end?A. Annoyed. B. Pleased. C. Excited.听第9段材料,回答第13至16题。13. How long is the journey?A. 5km. B. 10km. C. 15km.14. Why doesn’t the man take exercise often?A. He isn’t interested in it.B. He is healthy enough.C. He has no time for it.15. What can we learn about the man’s life?A. He eats a lot and sleeps a little.B. He eats an unbalanced diet and sleeps late.C. He eats junk food and sleeps early.16. What’s the man’s attitude to the woman’s words?A. Happy. B. Thankful. C. Impatient.听第10段材料,回答第17至20题。17. How many ways are mentioned to help the environment?A. Two. B. Three. C. Four.18. What can we learn about some laws helping the environment?A. Helping people to save resources.B. Being against driving the cars.C. Helping learn information in school.19. What can people do on their own to help the environment?A. Control the population.B. Work at home.C. Refuse harmful products.20. What new resources can we find in the future according to the speaker?A. Mechanical energy and atomic power.B. Atomic power and solar energy.C. Electric energy and solar energy.2、部分 阅读理解(共两节,满分40分)1、节 阅读下列短文,从每题所给的四个选项中,选出选项。AOur oldest daughter is having trouble letting go of an old red sofa.It’s not the sofa she’s having trouble letting go of as much as the memories. It was their first sofa. It has been loaded and unloaded onto moving trucks seven times. Three kids have eaten on it, dripped on it, and jumped on it.Yet she’s having a hard time letting go and asked if I thought that was strange.“Completely,” I said. “You get it from me.”When we were ready to get rid of our baby things, I sold our crib at the neighborhood garage sale. I had pieces of it in the garage and the other pieces of it still in the house. A young woman said she wanted to buy it.My throat tightened and the tears began to well. She pulled out cash and I cheered up.But by the time I returned with the other pieces to the crib, I was all sobbing. “Have you considered that maybe you’re not ready to sell it?” the woman asked.“No-o-o-o,” I cried. “It’s fine, really,” I said. “Take it.”Our attachment to stuff grows in direct relationship to the amount of time it has sat in one place. The longer it sits, the harder it is to get rid of it. You think: “Hey, we’ve hung onto it this long – it must be valuable!” As though yellowing and a layer of dust increase value.People who find it extremely hard to part with things have been made into entertainment in a television show called Hoarders. If an episode of that isn’t depressing enough for you, producers now offer Extreme Hoarders. Both of which are not to be outdone by Storage Wars, a show about aggressive people who bid on other people’s storage units.Let the sofa go, I told my daughter. It served its purpose. You can get a new one. Give the kids some crackers and juice and it will be like the old one in six weeks.21. What does the author mean by saying the underlined sentence “You get it from me”?A. “You can get another sofa from me.”B. “You can get mental support from me.”C. “You behave just the same wa y I do.”D. “You are asking the right person to help you.”22. When the writer was selling the crib, _____.A. she felt relieved that there was someone willing to buy itB. she showed a strong attachment to the old itemC. she couldn’t decide whether or not to sell it in the endD. she changed her mind in hopes of keeping it and increasing its value23. The writer refers to the television shows to _____.A. prove that it’s depressing to get attached to old stuffB. explain what contributes to people’s attachment to old stuffC. show that people in TV shows live the same lives as ordinary people doD. prove that it’s actually common for people to find it hard to get rid of old stuff24. Which opinion might the writer agree with according to the article?A. If you give away old stuff regularly, you are wasteful.B. If the old stuff has done what it was supposed to, then let it go.C. Nothing is more valuable than your love for your old stuff.D. The older your stuff is, the less trouble you have getting rid of it.BGeorge Gershwin, born in 1898, was one of America’s greatest composers. He published his first song when he was eighteen years old. During the next twenty years he wrote more than five hundred songs.Many of Gershwin’s songs were first written for musical plays performed in theatres in New York City. These plays were a popular form of entertainment in the 1920s and 1930s. Many of his songs have remained popular as ever. Over the years they have been sung and played in every possible way—from jazz to country.In the 1920s there was a debate in the United States about jazz music. Could jazz, some people asked, be considered serious music? In 1924 jazz musician and orc hestra leader Paul Whiteman decided to organize a special concert to show that jazz was serious music. Gershwin agreed to compose something for the concert before he realized he had just a few weeks to do it. And in that short time, he composed a piece for piano and orchestra which he called Rhapsody in Blue. Gershwin himself played the piano at the concert. The audience were thrilled when they heard his music. It made him world-famous and showed that jazz music could be both serious and popular.In 1928, Gershwin went to Paris. He applied to study compositionwith the well-known musician Nadia Boulanger, but she rejected him. She was afraid that classical study would ruin his jazz-influenced style. While there, Gershwin wrote An American in Paris. When it was first performed, criticswere divided over the music. Some called it happy and full of life, to others it was silly and boring. But it quickly became popular in Europe and the United States. It still remains one of his most famous works.George Gershwin died in 1937, just days after doctors learned he had brain cancer. He was only thirty-nine years old. Newspapers all over the world reported his death on their front pages. People mourned the loss of the man and all the music he might have still written.25. Many of Gershwin’s musical works were    .A. written about New Yorkers B. composed for Paul WhitemanC. played mainly in the countryside D. performed in various ways26. What did Gershwin do during his stay in Paris?A. He created one of his best works.B. He studied with Nadia Boulanger.C. He argued with French critics.D. He changed his music style.27. What do we learn from the last paragraph?A. Many of Gershwin’s works were lost.B. The death of Gershwin was widely reported.C. A concert was held in memory of Gershwin.D. Brain cancer research started after Gershwin’s death.28. Which of the following best describes Gershwin?A. Talented and productive.B. Serious and boring.C. Popular and unhappy.D. Friendly and honest.CGuide to Stockholm University LibraryOur library offers d ifferent types of studying places and provides a good studying environment.ZonesThe library is divided into different zones. The upper floor is a quiet zone with over a thousand places for silent reading, and places where you can sit and work with your own computer. The reading places consist mostly of tables and chairs. The ground floor is the zone where you can talk. Here you can find sofas and armchairs for group work.ComputersYou can use your own computer to connect to the wi-fi specially prepared for notebook computers; you can also use library computers, which contain the most commonly used applications, such as Microsoft Office. They are situated in the area known as the Experimental Field on the ground floor.Group-study PlacesIf you want to discuss freely without disturbing others, you can book a study room or sit at a table on the ground floor. Some study rooms are for 2-3 people and others can hold up to 6-8 people. All rooms are marked on the library maps.There are 40 group-study rooms that must be booked via the website. To book, you need an active University account and a valid University card. You can use a room three hours per day, nine hours at most per week.Storage of Study MaterialThe library has lockers for students to store course literature. When you have obtained at least 40 credits, you may rent a locker and pay 400 SEK for a year’s rental period.Rules to be FollowedMobile phone conversations are not permitted anywhere in the library. Keep your phone on silent as if you were in a lecture and exit the library if you need to receive calls.Please note that food and fruit are forbidden in the library, but you are allowed to have drinks and sweets with you.29. Library computers on the ground floor   .A. help students with their field experimentsB. contain software essential for schoolworkC. are for those who want to access the wi-fiD. are mostly used for filling out application forms30. A student can rent a locker in the library if he   .A. can afford the rental feeB. attends certain coursesC. has nowhere to put his booksD. has earned the required credits31.What should NOT be brought into the library?A. Mobile phones. B. Orange juice.C. Candy. D. Sandwiches.DLast night’s meteorshower left many people in the community dissatisfied and demanding answers. According to Gabe Rothschild, Emerald Valley’s mayor, people gathered in the suburbs of the city, carrying heavy telescopes, expecting to watch the brightly burning meteors passing through the sky. What they found instead was a sky so brightened by the city’s lights that it darkened the light of the meteors passing overhead.“My family was so frustrated, ”admitted town resident Duane cosplayby. “We wanted to make this an unforgettable family outing, but it turned out to be a huge disappointment.”Astronomers—scientists who study stars and planets—have been complaining about this problem for decades. They say that light pollution prevents them from seeing objects in the sky that they could see quite easily in the past. They call on people and the government to take measures to fight against it.There is yet a population besides professional and amateur star observers that suffers even more from light pollution. This population consists of birds, bats, frogs, snakes, etc. For example, outdoor lighting severely affects migrating birds. According to the International Dark-Sky Association.“100 million birds a year throughout North America die in crashes with lighted buildings and towers.”Countless more animal casualtiesresult from the use of artificial lighting. Clearly, people enjoy the benefits of lighting their evenings, but some scientists think it can be harmful for humans, too. They worry that exposure to light while sleeping can increase a person’s chances of getting cancer.Emerald Valley is only one community that is becoming aware of the negative effects of light pollution. For years, Flagstaff, Arizona, has enforced lighting regulations in its city in order to assist astronomers at the Lowell Observatory. Similar efforts have been made worldwide, and a movement is underway to remind us to turn off lights when we are not using them, so that other creatures can share the night.32. It happened last night that   .A. the city’s lights affected the meteor watchingB. the meteors flew past before being noticedC. the city light show attracted many peopleD. the meteor watching ended up a social outing33. What do the astronomers complain about?A. Meteor showers occur less often than before.B. Their observation equipment is in poor repair.C. Light pollution has remained unsolved for years.D. Their eyesight is falling due to artificial lighting.34. What is the author concerned about according to Paragraph 4?A. Birds may take other migration paths.B. Animals’ living habits may change suddenly.C. Varieties of animals will become sharply reduced.D. Animals’ survival is threatened by outdoor lighting.35. What message does the author most want to give us?A. Saving wildlife is saving ourselves.B. Great efforts should be made to save energy.C. Human activities should be environme ntally friendly.D. New equipment should be introduced for space study.2、节(共5小题:每小题2分,满分10分)依据短文内容,从短文后的选项中选出能填入空白处的选项。选项中有两项为多余选项。How to Improve Eyesight NaturallyEyes are important for everybody. You must take care and try everything in your hand to keep them in good condition. Here are some of the tips to improve your eyesight naturally.36Strain is known to be a factor in many health conditions and eyestrain is no exception. Try meditation, yoga or other methods of stress relief to improve your vision and overall health.Try palming.Sit upright in a comfortable chair. 37 Cup your hands so that there is no pressure on your eyes. Let your fingers rest across your forehead. There should be no light entering your eyes. Palming should be done for a period of 5 to 10 minutes to start. Palming should be relaxing. It may help to do palming in a darken ed room.Avoid sugar as much as possible.38 It will unpleasantly affect your eyesight, which affects the eyes by producing a larger amount of insulin in the blood. Therefore you shouldn’t be having much fruit juice or something that contains a lot of sugar.Exercise your eyes.The only exercise most eyes get is that daily rubbing we give them when we're tired or suffering from eyestrain. But eye exercises are actually good for your eyes and can improve your vision. 39 Blink as fast as you can for a few seconds then close your eyes tightly, open and repeat. Do this exercise 3 to 4 times daily.Eat healthy.You probably hear that statement all the time but eating the right foods are necessary to good health. 40 Foods that are high in fiber, vitamin C, D and beta carotene as well as other vitamins and minerals can help improve your vision. Here are a few foods that can be beneficial to good vision: carrots, eggs, blueberries, spinach, kale, grapes, and fresh garlic.A. Reduce eyestrain.B. Keep your eyes moist.C. Sugar is your eye’s worst enemy.D. Give your eyes a workout with the following exercise.E. You may not be aware that your diet affects your vision but it does.F. Close eyes and cover them with the palms of your hands.G. Be sure to get plenty of sleep so your eyes don’t strain to stay open during the day.3、部分 英语常识运用(共两节,满分45分)1、节 完形填空(共20小题;每题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选项。At a gathering, we were all telling stories of our most embarrassing moments. It came around to Frank.Frank began to tell us of his childhood. "I 41 in San Pedro. My Dad was a fisherman, and he loved the sea. He had his own boat, but it was 42 making a living on the sea. He worked hard and would stay out until he caught enough to 43 the family."He looked at us and said, "I 44 you could have met my Dad. He was a big man, and he was strong from pulling the nets and fighting the seas for the 45 . When you got close to him, he 46 like the ocean. He would wear his old coat and his overalls. No matter how much my mother 47 them, they would still smell of the sea and of fish."Frank's voice dropped a bit. "When the weather was bad he would 48 me to school. He had this old truck that was older than he was 49 he would drive toward the school, I would shrink down into the seat hoping to disappear. He would 50 right in front of the school gate, and it seemed like everybody 51 be standing around and watching. Then he would 52 over and give me a big kiss on the cheek and tell me to be a good boy. It was so 53 for me. I was twelve years old, and my Dad would lean over and kiss me goodbye!"He 54 and then went on, "I remember the day when I said 'No' ”It was the first time I had ever talked to him that 55 , and he had this surprised look on his face.I said, 'Dad, I'm too 56 for a goodbye kiss. 'My Dad looked at me for the longest time, and his eyes started to tear up. I had never seen him 57 . He turned and looked out the windshield. 'You're right,' he said. 'You are a big boy....a man. I won't kiss you anymore.'”Frank got a sad look on his face, and the tears began to 58 in his eyes, as he spoke. "It wasn't long after that when my Dad went to sea and never came back.”Tears were running down Frank’s cheeks. He spoke again. "Guys, you don't know what I would 59 to have my Dad give me just o ne more kiss on the cheek....to feel his rough old face....to smell the ocean on him....to feel his arm around my neck. I wish I had been a man then. If I had been a 60 , I would never have told my Dad I was too old for a goodbye kiss."41. A. kept up B. grew up C. came up D. started up42. A. hard B. absurd C. easy D. necessary43. A. remove B. reach C. feed D. urge44. A. prefer B. request C. suggest D. wish45. A. fish B. favorite C. benefit D. glory46. A. sounded B. looked C. smelled D. felt47. A. processed B. washed C. handled D. managed48. A. drive B. limit C. adapt D. devote49. A. Before B. After C. Since D. As50. A. back up B. pick up C. pull up D. speed up51. A. could B. would C. should D. might52. A. lean B. hold C. run D. watch53. A. frightening B. challenging C. embarrassing D. entertaining54. A. recovered B. paused C. requested D. admitted55. A. day B. time C. aspect D. way56. A. old B. delighted C. anxious D. proud57. A. sigh B. shout C. cry D. yell[58. A. break down B. hold back C. well up D. start off59. A. demand B. give C. rush D. infer60. A. boy B. seaman C. backbone D. man

 
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