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四川省成都外国语学校2017届高三3月月考 英语

来自:查字典高考网 2017-03-31

导读:距离2017年高考时间越来越近,在最后的冲刺阶段该如何复习才最有效呢?有效的题海战术及及时的查漏补缺才是制胜法宝。下面查字典高考网的小编给你们带来了《四川省成都外国语学校2017届高三3月月考 英语》,供考生们参考。

成都外国语学校2017届高三3月月考

 

出题人: 王珑霖      审题人:王珑霖

满分150分,考试时间120 分钟。

注意事项:

1.答题前,考试务必先认真核对条形码上的姓名,准考证号和座位号,无误后将本人姓名、准考证号和座位号填写在相应位置;

2.答选择题时,必须使用2B铅笔将答题卡上对应题目的答案标号涂黑。如需改动,用橡皮擦干净后,再选涂其它答案标号;

3.答题时,必须使用黑色签字笔,将答案规范、整洁地书写在答题卡规定的位置上;

4.所有题目必须在答题卡上作答,在试题卷上答题无效;

5.考试结束后将答题卡交回,不得折叠、损毁答题卡。

I卷

第一部分听力

第一节(共5小题;每小题1.5分,满分7.5分)

听下面五段对话,每段对话后有一个小题,从题中所给的ABC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. What caused the man’s eyes red?

      A. Sadness.             B. Disease.        C. Sand.

(  ) 2. Where are the speakers probably?

      A. On the street. B. In a studio. C. In the woman’s office

(  ) 3. What might the woman be good at?

      A. Looking after kids. B. Taking care of elderly people.

      C. Teaching students.

(  ) 4. What does the woman mean?

      A. The man forgot to do his hair. B. The man forgot to put on a tie.

      C. The man’s tie doesn’t match his shirt.

(  ) 5. What’s the man looking for?

      A. John’s socks.     B. John’s jacket    C. John’s hat.

第二节(共15小题;每小题15分,满分22.5分)

听下面五段对话,每段对话后有一个小题,从题中所给的ABC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至第8题。

(  ) 6. What is the man’ s problem?

      A. He is short of money. B. He doesn’t feel well. C. His Chinese is poor.

(  ) 7. How does the woman practice her Chinese?

      A. By reading newspapers. B. By reading novel. C. By reading magazines.

(  ) 8. How much will the man pay if he makes a subscription of half a year?

     A. $30. B. $39. C. $45.

听第7段材料,回答第9至第11题。

(  ) 9. What did the old lady think the man was at first?

      A. A helper.     B. A policeman. C. A thief.

(  ) 10. What did the old lady almost lose?

      A. A wallet.    B. A cell phone. C. A handbag.

(  ) 11. What did the old lady do in the end?

      A. She apologized.    B. She ran off.    C. She called the police.

听第8段材料,回答第12至第14题。

(  ) 12. Where does the conversation take place?

       A. At an office.   B. At a café.   C. At the man’s home.

(  ) 13. How does the man know the woman?

       A. They went to the same university.

       B. They used to work together.

       C. The man is the woman’s boss now.

(  ) 14. What does the woman think of architects?

       A. Their work is interesting.

       B. They always take business trips.

       C. They don’t get paid enough.

听第9段材料,回答第15至第17题。

(  ) 15. What activity will the speaker have?

       A. A birthday party.     B. A dance party.   C. A picnic.

(  ) 16. Where do the speakers plan to have the activity?

       A. In the classroom.     B. In the canteen.   C. In the meeting center.

(  ) 17. When to the speakers plan to have the activity?

       A. This Saturday.    B. This Sunday.    C. Next Saturday.

听第10段材料,回答第18至第20题。

(  ) 18. What happened to the speaker?

       A. He transferred to another post in another city.

       B. His colleagues started to get along well with him.

       C. His hard work got paid off.

(  ) 19. What contributions did the speaker make for the company?

      A. He increased the sales.    B. He built a branch company.

      C. He made new products.

(  ) 20. What do we know about the speaker?

      A. His pay rose to $15,000 this year.

      B. His department sales increased a lot last year.

      C. He refused the pay rise.

 

第二部分阅读理解(共两节,满分40)

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(ABCD)中,选出最佳答案,并在答题卡上将该项涂黑。

A

When travelling abroad, your safest bet is to limit gestures as much as possible. However, you may find that your gestures happen out of habit. Understanding appropriate gestures of the country you’re visiting may prevent you from communicating the wrong message. In North America, eye contact communicates to the speaker that you’re interested and listening. In Asia, people look away to concentrate on what the speaker is saying. Taking the time to get yourself familiar with the gestures of the country you’re visiting will help you connect with the people of the foreign environment.

Gestures in Brazil

Much like the Italian culture, a Brazilian snaps his fingers(打响指)and uses exaggerated(夸张的)hand movements when stressing a statement. The sense of warmth and friendliness with each other is shown through the gesture of eye contact when communicating and standing close together in lineups or when talking to each other. Communicating a greeting is more than the gesture of a handshake, but also involves the touch of the forearm.

Gestures in China

China is affected by Confucius’ way of thinking, which is reflected through its reserved culture. You communicate a greeting in China with the gesture of a slight nod and bow. To communicate respect, you keep your head lowered. In China, the gesture of standing close during a conversation prevents having to communicate with a raised voice. A person will communicate his surprise during a conversation with the gesture of breathing in air loudly, rather than a loud outburst.

Gestures in Russia

Gestures considered common to Americans may be considered rude in Russia. The American gesture to communicate “okay”, with the forefinger and thumb touching and three fingers up, is considered rude in Russia. Looking at your watch is a rude gesture communicating impatience. Russians also feel upset about the gesture of communicating directions by pointing.

Gestures in India

Gestures used in India represent its traditional culture. In India, the gesture of holding out the hand to communicate giving or receiving must be done with the right hand as a person in India uses his left hand for washing. The gesture of communicating respect at a religious ceremony is done by removing your shoes. The proper way of communicating direction is to use either the whole hand or by using your chin. The proper form of communicating a greeting is to press the palms(手掌)together with fingers upward and say, “Namaste”.

21. In China people stand close while talking to ________.

   A. avoid a loud voice           B. show their surprise

   C. exchange greetings       D. express their respect

22. Which of the following is considered bad manners in India?   

   A. Receiving gifts with the left hand.  

   B. Using the whole hand to show the way.

   C. Removing shoes at religious ceremonies.             

   D. Pressing the palms together upward while greeting.

23. In which country is looking at the watch considered impolite during communication ?

A. Brazil.    B. Russia.   C. India.     D. China.

24. The passage is mainly about ________.

   A. some traveling tips for visitors     B. the advantages of using body language

   C. some gestures in communication   D. the comparison between different cultures

B

Sometimes you’ll hear people say that you can’t love others until you love yourself. Sometimes you’ll hear people say that you can’ t expect someone else to love you until you love yourself. Either way, you’ve got to love yourself first and this can be tricky. Sure we all know that we’re the apple of our parents’ eyes, and that our Grandmas think we’re great talents and our Uncle Roberts think that we will go to the Olympics, but sometimes it’s a lot harder to think such nice thoughts about ourselves .If you find that believing in yourself is a challenge it is time you build a positive self-image and learn to love yourself.

  Self-image is your own mind’s picture of yourself. This image includes the way you look, the way you act, the way you talk and the way you think. Interestingly, our self-images are often quite different from the images others hold about US. Unfortunately, most of these images are more negative than they should be. Thus changing the way you think about yourself is the key to changing your self-image and your whole world.

  The best way to defeat a passive self-image is to step back and decide to stress your successes. That is, make a list if you need to, but write down all of the great things you do every day. Don’t allow doubts to occur in it.

  It very well might be that you are experiencing a negative self-image because you can’t move past one flaw or weakness that you see about yourself. Well, roll up your sleeves and make a change of it as your primary task.If you think you’re silly because you aren’t good at math, find a tutor.If you think you’re weak because you can’t run a mile, get to the track and practice.If you think you’re dull because you don’t wear the latest trends, buy a few new clothes.But remember, just because you think it doesn’t mean it’s true.

  The best way to get rid of a negative serf-image is to realize that your image is far from objective, and to actively convince yourself of your positive qualities.Changing the way you think and working on those you need to improve will go a long way towards promoting a positive self-image.When you can pat() yourself on the back, you’ll know you’re well on your way.Good luck!

25.You need to build a positive self-image when you _________.

  A.dare to challenge yourself B.feel it hard to change yourself

  C.are unconfident about yourself D.have a high opinion of yourself

26.According to the passage, our serf-images _________.

  A.have positive effects B.are probably untrue

  C.are often changeable D.have different functions

27.How should you change your serf-image according to the passage?

  A.To keep a different image of others. B.To make your life successful.

  C.To understand your own world. D.To change the way you think.

28.What is the passage mainly about?

  A.How to prepare for your success. B.How to face challenges in your life.

  C.How to build a positive self-image. D.How to develop your good qualities.

 

C

Evidence of violent storms that destroyed a lost town known as Britain’s Atlantis has been uncovered. The finds were uncovered off the coast of Dunwich, Suffolk - a small village which in the 11th Century was one of the largest towns in England.

The town was hit by a series of storms in the 13th and 14th centuries and is now largely below the sea. Researchers said sediment(沉积物) gathered from the cliffs independently proved the historical record.

“They were like the south coast storms of 2013, at least once a year for decades,” Professor David Sear, of the University of Southampton said.

The three-year research off Dunwich has been funded by Touching the Tide, a £900,000 Heritage Lottery Fund plan to explore the changing Suffolk coast.

A diver used ultrasound(超声波) to “illuminate” findings on the seabed, and the marshes(沼泽) and eroding cliffs were surveyed. “It offers a marvelous history of climate change and coastal erosion,” said Prof Sear with regards to the findings.

In the 11th Century, Dunwich was the 10th largest town in England, but now has about 120 residents. Two great storms in 1286 and 1326 resulted in the loss of its harbour and started its decline. Prof Sear said analysis showed how “people gave up on Dunwich” after 1338, when another great storm choked up the port for good, and food production declined. Sediment gathered from the cliffs, he said, “independently confirmed the sequences of storms recorded in the historical record”.

The underwater research has been carried out using acoustic(声学的) imaging technology, and has unearthed a series of buildings. We found the ruins of about four churches and we’ve also found ruins of what we think was a toll house. We’ve also found shipwrecks(沉船), which no-one’s known before.

A dig in 2015 discovered evidence of Dunwich’s prehistoric origins, as well as evidence it was “a substantial Saxon port, prior to its rapid growth following the Norman invasion”.

Bill Jenman, from Touching the Tide, said: “We found loads of pottery, a lot more than we’ve found before, so sort of High Medieval - the peak of the wealth of Dunwich. We know it was a fairly major town in the Anglo-Saxon period.”

29. Evidence shows that Dunwich declined in history due to ______.

   A. the rise of sea level              B. sediment from the cliffs

   C. the Norman invasion             D. a series of storms

30. What can be learned from the text about Dunwich’s present condition?

   A. It is completely below the sea           B. It still exists with about 120 residents.

   C. It is still hit by storms every year.        D. It is still an important port in England

31. With the help of modern equipment, the researchers have found all the following things underwater EXCEPT_____.

   A. shipwrecks unknown before

   B. ruins of churches and other buildings

   C. the seabed that was like a busy harbour

   D. lots of pottery dating back to the Anglo-Saxon period

32. From the discoveries, we can conclude that______.

   A. Dunwich was thoroughly ruined by the Norman invaders

   B. no one believed those ships could have sink at Dunwich

   C. Dunwich was a prosperous town before its decline

   D. no historical records about Dunwich were kept after 1338

D

The term “ lifelong learning” is often used to define the attitude of staying in a learning mode.It is a term that is used loosely and lacks structure,importance,value and support in India.

Many developed countries,for example Canada,have government programmes based on UNESCO guidelines and even offer financial support under Lifelong Learning Plans (LLPs).In the Indian context,learning is often done to earn a degree.We are a degree-oriented country.A hard fact that these degrees are sometimes mere pieces of paper,which do not establish any fact of real learning happening,or that some degrees do not help get a job in today’s times,is still not an accepted reality.The concept of voluntary and continuous learning,whether to enhance professional or personal skills, is still a long shot in India.

The whole idea of lifelong learning recognizes the fact that not all learning needs to be formal,or restricted to student life until the age of 28.It can be a process that is continuous throughout life,based on situations and varied needs.Take the case of a retired professional.She may be interested in fine arts,but wasn’t able to do so in her career.Can’t she then enroll in (登记) a degree programme of fine arts after retirement?Our current system doesn’t quite support such needs of learning, for it doesn’t admit anybody beyond the age of 45.

Another aspect of lifelong learning is “life-deep learning”.It is another word for value education or value-based teaching.In earlier times,there used to be periods in classroom learning called moral science that taught the importance of right versus wrong.

Further,“ life-wide learning” is a term that refers to lateral(横向的)learning—from experiences and situations different from formal,structured education.

These three concepts—lifelong learning,life-deep learning and life-wide learning—constitute the framework of UNESCO’s recommendation to take education to the next level.

33.Which of the following is TRUE according to Paragraph 2?

A.Degrees are designed to get a job.B.Canada is also a degree-oriented country.

C.India has a long way to go in “lifelong learning”.D.Lifelong learning doesn’t need money support.

34.Which of the following cannot be used to describe “lifelong learning”?

A. Formal. B. Voluntary. C.Important. D.Continuous.

35.What can we infer from the example of the woman in Paragraph 3?

A.She didn’t do well in her career before retirement.

B.She didn’t become an artist until the age of 45.

C. The elderly lose the right of study in the current system.

D.She gained a chance to study fine arts after retirement.

第二节(共5小题,每小题2分,满分10分)

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,选项中有两项为多余选项。

In many parts of the world, cars play an important role in daily life and many societies would not exist without them. 36.But this is the prediction made by a team of transport researchers who are taken seriously, not only by government but also by car manufacturers(制造商).

The Human Science and Advanced Technology Institute at Loughborough in the UK is part of an international research program. 37. That will mean much saving, no accidents and better use of roads.The super-intelligent car of the 21st century will drive itself, 38Instead, we will have a choice of cars and change them as frequently as we change our clothing.

According to Dr.David Davis, who leads the research team, these predictions are based on the rising cost of the car culture, which had blocked up our cities, polluted our air, and caused more deaths than both world wars put together.

Davis says, cars will be fitted with some intelligent devices(装置) to regulate(调节) the distance between one car and another.39.Computers are much safer drivers than people, so cars in a road train will be able to drive much closer together than cars driven by people.

By 2010, Dr.David Davis believes, car technology will give motorists a clear view of the road, whatever the weather conditions, by projecting an image(影像)of the road ahead on to the car’s windscreen. 40.  Cars will be connected by an electronic bar to the car in front to form “road-trains”.“The front vehicle in such a train burns the normal amount of fuel.” says Davis.“ But all the others in the train would burn about ten percent of the normal amount, and so produce about ten percent of the pollution.”

A.The team there believes that by 2030 all cars will be computerized.

B.They believe that cars will become more important in 20 years.

C.And it will not be owned by one individual.

D.And by 2030, cars will travel in line, linked to each other electronically.

E.So the idea that in 20 years’ time, no one will own cars may be hard to believe.

F.Every driver will use less fuel in the car he owns.

G.The car will automatically speed upor slow downto match the speed of the front car.

第三部分英语知识运用(共两节,满分45分)

第一节:完形填空(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, 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。

About two years ago, I was at a stop sign when I heard whimpering(微弱的叫声)coming from inside a car parked on the street next to me. It was very41 and the dog was trying to get some of the cooler fresh air outside the car. Without thinking I 42 my car and got out to help him. 

The car was locked and there was no way to 43 the dog. Thinking of the irresponsible owner I became44.I didn’t know if I should 45 the window and take the dog or try to contact the owner. Just then, I 46a police car on the opposite side of the street. I ran out and flagged it down. 

When the police officer helped open the door, the dog 47 both of us and ran quickly behind the house the car was parked in front of. We48 the dog to make sure he was OK. Then we saw 49 the dog had run. The dog’s owner was 50in the middle of his garage. 

Apparently the man had a condition that caused him to have a(n) 51.This one was particularly 52 and required medical attention. After the incident I learned that had I not 53,both the dog and the man would likely have died. I was overcome with 54 and my eyes swelled up. I realized how much of an effect you can have on other people’s  lives by doing the 55thing. I was so quick to 56 assuming the dog’s owner was neglecting his pet. And had the police officer not have been around I may have just left a(n) 57 on the car after I took the dog. 

I cannot 58 what I would feel if I knew that man had died because of any number of things that may have went 59.It made me understand that things are not always as they 60,and there are always several sides to every story. 

41.A.hot         B.dark C.quiet      D.dry

42.A.drove       B.parked C.took   D.locked

43.A.find        B.save C.walk   D.touch

44.A.sad         B.bored      C.puzzled    D.angry

45.A.break        B.open C.clean      D.replace

46.A.hit B.called C.stopped    D.noticed

47.A.disappointed B.frightened C.surprised     D.excited

48.A.went after B.looked after C.shouted at     D.pointed at

49.A.how B.why          C.when D.where

50.A.lying B.sleeping      C.standing     D.working

51.A.opportunity B.rest C.attack     D.fight

52.A.bad B.strange C.important     D.clear

53.A.known B.continued C.stayed D.helped

54.A.uncertainty B.anxiety C.exhaustion D.emotion

55.A.right B.hard         C.risky      D.big

56.A.act B.judge C.blame D.agree

57.A.note B.address       C.mark        D.number

58.A.believe     B.imagine    C.face       D.remember

59.A.quickly     B.perfectly     C.differently D.smoothly

60.A.seem        B.happen     C.expect      D.prefer

第二节:语法填空(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。

Sichuan has long been known as the "Province of 61________(abundant)". 62_______(history) speaking, Sichuan was the home of the ancient states of Ba and Shu. Their conquest by Qin—63_________(strength) it and paved the way for the First Emperor's unification(统一) of China under the Qin Dynasty. During the Three Kingdoms era, Liu Bei's Shu 64____________(base) in Sichuan. The area became one of China's 65___________(productive) areas by the 19th century. The people of Sichuan speak a unique form of Mandarin, which took shape during the area's repopulation 66_______ the rule of the Ming Dynasty. The family of dialects is now spoken by about 120 million people, which would make 67________ the 10th most spoken language in the world 68________counted separately. The area's warm damp climate long caused local people 69__________(advocate) spicy dishes. The native Sichuan pepper was supplemented by Mexican chilis during the Columbian Exchange to form modern Sichuan cuisine, 70________dishes—including Kung Pao Chicken and Mapo Tofu—have become famous around the world.

第四部分写作(共两节,满分35

短文改错 (共10小题; 每小题1. 5分,满分15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.错误涉及一个单词的增加、删除或修改。增加:在缺词处加一个漏词符号(∧),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. 每处错误及修改均仅限一词;2. 只允许修改10处,多者(从第11处起)不计分。

Dear Mr. Li,

How is everything going with you?

I am writing to tell you the good news that I have already been admitting into BeijingUniversity in advance. Actual speaking, you are very person I should first say thanks to. It is you who has helped to develop my interest in English. With yourhelp, I would not be good at English. So my gratitude to you was beyond any description.

BeijingUniversity is my dream place that I can enrich my knowledge and broaden my horizons. I am sure of that I will learn a lot there. I will also take part in all kinds of activity.

I know you are always busy with your teaching work. Do take care of you. May you and your family be healthy and happy as well.

Best wishes!

                                                                Yours,

Li Hua

书面表达(满分25)[

假如你是李华,最近你的美国友Bob看到成都共享单车(shared-bike)非常流行但是也有各种乱象的新闻来e-mail询问你成都共享单车的现状。你给他写一封回信,介绍共享单车并分享你的看法,回信包含以下要点:

1.共享单车的好处(两点) 2.共享单车的乱象(两种)  3.你对共享单车的看法

注意:1词数100左右

2.可以适当增加细节,以使行文流畅。

      3.开头已为你写好,不计入总词数。

Dear Bob,

How’s everything going? In your last letter you were asking about the current situation of the Bike-sharing Program in Chengdu.___________________________________________________

Yours,

Li Hua


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Dear Bob,

    How’s everything going? In your last letter you were asking about the current situation of the Bike-sharing Program in Chengdu. I’m writing to tell you something about it and share some of my ideas with you.

    Undoubtedly, the Bike-sharing Program can bring lots of benefits. To begin with, riding a bike is not only economic but also time-saving, especially when your destination is not far away. What’s more, the program makes contributions to reducing air pollution.

    However, there is also some disturbing news connected with it. Some shared-bikes are parked everywhere, making the city roads messy and dangerous. Worse still, some shared-bikes have been damaged, stolen or even burnt.

  As far as I’m concerned, as long as people park the bikes in the right places and obey the traffic rules, I’m definitely in favor of such a program. What do you think?

I’m looking forward to hearing from you.

Yours,

Li Hua

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