重庆南开中学高 2016 级高三（上）1 月月考英语试题 本试卷分第一卷（选择题）和第二卷（非选择题）两部分。 共 150 分。考试时间 120 分钟。 第Ⅰ卷（共三部分，满分 115 分） 第一部分听力（共两节，满分 30 分） 做题时，请先将答案划在试题卷上。录音内容结束后，你将有两分钟的时间将试题卷上 的 答案转涂到答题卡上。 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，并标在试题卷的相应位置。听完每段对话后，你都有 10 秒钟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 is the woman trying to do? A. Read a book. B.Watch a movie. C.Work on the computer.
2. When will the girl learn how to surf? A. In 5 years. 3.Why is the woman in Texas? A. For fun. B.For business. C.For study. B.In 10 years. C.In 15 years.
4. What are the speakers mainly discussing? A. Careers. B. Health problems. C. Types of hospitals. 5. What does the woman think of the parrot? A. He's stupid. B. He's quiet. C. He's funny. 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，并标在试题卷的相应位置。听每段对话或独白前，你将有 5 秒钟的时间 阅读各个小题，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. What is the dog's name? A. Harry. 7. What is the dog like? A. Young and fast. 听第 7 段材料，回答第 8 至 9 题。 8. What does the woman show the man last? A.Jupiter. 9.Who might the woman be? A.A doctor. B.A scientist. C.An artist. B.The North Star. C.Mars. B.Old and loyal. C.Big and scary. B.Yoda. C.Luke.
听第 8 段材料，回答第 10 至 12 题。 10. When did the man see the bear? A. At about 9:15 a.m. B. At about 9:30 a.m. C. At about 9:45 a.m. 11. How did the bear act toward the man? A. It attacked him, B. It showed its teeth. C. It ran away quickly. 12. What does the man think of the bear? A. It isn't very dangerous. B. It is a beautiful brown bear. C. It often attacks runners in spring. 听第 9 段材料,回答第 13 至 16 题。 13. How does the woman feel about rock music? A. It comes from the heart. B. It never gets boring. C. It's something you have to think about. 14. What did the woman look like? A. She had long black hair.
B. She wore leather clothes. C. She never wore pants. 15. What was the name of the woman's band? A. Up Your Alley. B. The Blackhearts. C. Rock and Roll.
16. What does the woman suggest in the end? A. She didn't actually have much influence. B. People still don't understand her. C. She still wants to perform. 请听第 10 段材料,回答第 17 至 20 题。 17. Who is Ashanti Branch? A. An assistant principal. B. The company founder of Ergotron. C. A parent of a student at Montera Middle School. 18. What is difficult for students to do according to the interview? A. Adjust to the new education system. B. Work independently. C. Sit still in class. 19. How was the problem solved? A. Hired more teachers. B. Shortened class time. C. Used different furniture. 20. What is the topic of the talk? A. Making kids healthier. B. New education methods. C. Bad behavior in schools.
第二部分阅读理解（共两节，满分 40 分） 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 A、B、C、D 四个选项中，选出最佳选项，并在答题卡上将 该选项的标号涂黑。
A Looking back over the years,I sometimes wonder what I could have done differently that day when my father cut down my favorite cherry tree.I should have spat twice over my shoulder when I saw the single magpie(喜鹊)，maybe. But that's the thing about superstitions(迷信).You don't know how much power they have until you break them. We lived in a dark shabby house in Bucks. Wood blocks lay over dirt on the floor. That part of England was full of cherry trees. The rice had caught in the bottom of the pot that morning at breakfast and all I could smell was burned rice. Even now when I think of that day I have the taste of burned rice in my mouth. "I'm going to cut down the old cherry tree," my father announced. "You've been saying that for years," said my mother lightly touching the end of her nose. Her nose ran all year long. Her arms rested on the table,a cup of tea placed between her hands, steam rising into the air. "You'll never get round to it." My stomach, balled into a tight little knot, relaxed itself. "Millie's going to cry if you cut it down," said my younger brother, Simon, his eyes bright as a fox. "Silly Millie, silly Millie." "Hold your noise," said my father, patting Simon on the head. "And put back that butter. That's a week's ration（限额）you've got on your plate." "The war's over," said Simon in a low voice. "We haven't had rationing for ages." Simon was right. Even sugar had come off points. However, we still occasionally received food parcels from distant cousins in Canada, My father glared at him and then went on. "Pigs. Burt says he'll come and help me take the tree down if he can have some of the wood." "No,"I said springing to my feet. "You can't do it.That's my tree. Always has been. Always will be.I won't let you." Tom took a piece of toast, watching my reaction, My older brother, he knew what the tree meant to me. "Now then, Millie," said my father softening his face. "That tree's wild. It's
in the way." 21. The magpie is mentioned to show that A. Millie got much power on seeing the bird B. things seemed to go wrong from the beginning C. the bird caused her father's getting hurt that day D. without the bird Millie would have done differently 22. According to the passage, how many kids does the family have at least? A. 6. B. 5. C. 4. D. 3. . .
23. By saying "balled into a tight little knot", the author means that she A. had a terrible stomachache that morning B. felt like crying on hearing her brother's words C. was afraid of her cherry tree being cut down D. hated to hear her mother saying that way 24. What can be the best title of the passage? A. The Great Power of Superstitions B. The Regretful Day in My Life C. The Importance of Protecting Trees D. The Relationship between My Father and Me B
Research on embryonic stem cells is debatable because it requires the destruction of live human embryos（胚胎）. Supporters find it easy to minimize the significance of this fact because the embryos are only a few days old - nothing more than "blastocysts（胚泡）”． But if it's OK to destroy 5-day-old embryos to further scientific inquiry, is it OK to destroy embryos that are five weeks old? Five months? Eight months? Science can't answer that question. You don't have to be part of the group respecting life to have concerns about this kind of scientific research. James Thomson, the University of Wisconsin biologist has said, "If human embryonic stem cell research does not make you at least a little bit uncomfortable, you have not thought about it enough." However, the president's
new order suggests we should not think too much. Recently, supporters of embryonic stem cell research called on president to allow experiments using "surplus (多余的)" fifty frozen embryos in clinics, arguing that they would be got rid of anyway. But Obama didn't limit his new policy to these fertilized eggs（受精卵）． On the contrary, he left open the possibility of funding studies using embryos created specifically so their cells can be harvested. He did, however, reject another option. "We will ensure," he said, "that our govemment never open the door to the use of cloning for human reproduction. It is dangerous, profoundly wrong and has no place in our society, or any society." But this position is hard to square with his claimed approach. On one hand, the president says his policy is "about letting scientists do their jobs, free from pressure". On the other, he will use pressure to keep them from doing reproductive cloning. What this policy means is simple: It may be permissible for scientists to create cloned embryos and kill them. It's not permissible to create cloned embryos and let them live. Their cells may be used for our benefit, but not for their own. It's the policy that is risky not just to days-old human embryos. The rest of us are sure to receive important medical benefits from this research one day, But we may lose something even more important in a moral sense. 25. It's implied in the fourth paragraph that the group respecting life A. support the research on embryonic stem cells B. don't agree with any kind of scientific research C. agree to James Thomson's opinion D. rarely think of the consequences of embryonic stem cell research 26. The underlined phrase "square with" in the passage is closest in meaning to . A. go against C. quarrel with B. agree with D. pay off .
27. Which of the following statement is TRUE according to the passage?
A. The author thinks there's a big difference between a 5-day embryo and a 8-month embryo. B. In Obama's policy, embryonic researchers can only use surplus embryos in clinics. C. President Obama hasn't expressed his attitude toward human reproductive cloning. D. The research on embryonic stem cells may bring people medical benefits in the future. 28. The author thinks the policy is worrying because A. the research is against the law B. we may suffer morally for the research C. scientists are not really working without pressure D. the ban on.human cloning is in the long run harmful to human development C Many critics worry about violence on television, mostly out of fear that it stimulates viewers to violent or aggressive acts. Our research, however, indicates that the consequences of experiencing TV's symbolic world of violence may be much more far-reaching. We have found that people who watch a lot of TV see the real world as more dangerous and frightening than those who watch very little. Heavy viewers are less trustful of their fellow citizens, and more fearful-of the real world. Since most TV "action-adventure" dramas occur in urban settings, the fear they inspire may contribute to the current flee of the middle class from our cities. The fear may also bring increasing demands for police protection, and election of law-and-order politicians, While none of us is completely dependent upon television for our view of the world, neither have many of us had the opportunity to observe the reality of police stations, courtrooms, corporate board rooms, or hospital operating rooms. Although critics complain about the fixed characters and plots of TV dramas, many viewers look on them as representative of the real world. Anyone who questions that statement should read
the 250,000 letters, most containing requests for medical advice, sent by viewers to "Marcus Welby, M.D." —a popular TV drama series about a doctor—during the first five years of his practice on TV. Violence on television leads viewers to regard the real world as more dangerous than it really is, which must also influence the way people behave. When asked, "Can most people be trusted?" the heavy viewers were 35 percent more likely to choose "Can't be too careful." Victims, like criminals, must learn their proper roles, and televised violence may perform the teaching function all too well. Instead of worrying only about whether television violence causes individual displays of aggression in the real world, we should also be concerned about social reality. Passive acceptance of violence in the face of injustice may result from far greater social concern than occasional displays of individual aggression. We have found that violence on prime-time network TV develops overstated assumptions about the threat of danger in the real world. Fear is a universal emotion, and easy to exploit. The overstated sense of risk and insecurity may lead to increasing demands for protection, and .to increasing pressure for the use of force by established authority. Instead of threatening the social order, television may have become our chief instrument of social control. 29. What's the passage mainly about? A. Watching televised violence and aggression. B. Violence on television and social disorder. C. The great influence of watching violence on TV. D. Police protection and election of law-and-order politicians. 30. According to the passage, why did "Marcus Welby, M.D." receive so many letters? A. Because viewers believed the doctor did exist in the real life. B. Because certain TV programmes recommended him to viewers. C. Because he was an experienced doctor and saved many lives. D. Because the TV appealed to people to pay attention to health. 31. According to the author, is mainly to blame for people's fear of the
real world. A. network TV C. individual display of violence 32. We can infer from the passage that B. social reality D. televised violence .
A. people tend to be aggressive or violent after watching televised violence B. people can learn to protect themselves from dangers by watching violence on TV C. the occasional displays of individual aggression may threaten the social order D. watching TV may cause the misuse of authority and disturb the social order D Kuringai Chase National Park Guided Walks and Nature Activities SUNDAY MAY EASY FRIDAY JUNE6 EASY
Early Morning Stroll in Upper LaneCove Valley Poetry around a Campfire
Meet at 7：30 a．m．at the end of Day RD． Cheltenham,while the bush is alive with birdsong． Round trip：4 hours Meet 7：00 p．m．Kalkaari Visitor Center． Share your favourite poem or one of your own with a group around a gently cracking fire．Drinks and food to follow．Bring a cup and a blanket(or a chair)． Cost：$4.00 per person． Duration：2.5 hours FRIDAY MAY12 MEDIUM SUNDAY JUNE 25 EASY
Meet 7：30 P．m．at Seaforth Oval carpark． Enjoy the peace of the bush at night． Lovely water views．Bring torch and wear non-slip shoes as some rock climbing involved．Coffee and biscuits supplied． Duration：2 hours
Morning Walk at Mitchell Park
Meet 8：30 a.m．entrance to Mitchell Park， Mitchell Park Rd．Cattai for a pleasant walk wandering through rainforest，river flats and dry，forest to swampland(沼泽地)． Binoculars(双筒望远镜)a must to bring as many birds live here．Finish with morning tea．
Duration：3 hours SUNDAY JUNE4 HARD -------------------------------------------------------------GRADING EASY， suitable for ALL fitness levels
Baime Basin Track
Meet 9：30 a.m．Track#8，West Head Road，Magnificent Pittwater views． visit Beechwood coRage．Bring lunch and drink．Some steep sections． Reasonable fitness required．
NEDIUM for those who PERIODICALLY exercise HARD only if you REGULARTY exercise
33. If you seldom exercise, prefer nature to literature and are used to getting up early, you're most likely to join .
A. Early Morning: Stroll in Upper Lane Cove Valley B. Baime Basin Track C. Poetry around a Campfire D. Morning Walk at Mitchell Park 34. If you want to enjoy the peace of the bush at night, you are required to A. meet at 7:30 p.m. June 6 C. prepare a torch B. bring slippers with you D. climb rocks for two hours . .
35. In the activity "Morning Walk at Mitchell Park", one may have no chance to A. appreciate bird watching C. take a relaxing walk 第二节（共 5 小题；每小题 2 分，满分 10 分） B. enjoy mountain climbing D. have morning tea
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。 Ways to Create Wonderful Time with Your Kids Children are a reward from the Lord according to the Bible. I have certainly found that to be true. 36 . In spite of a tight schedule, I do several things to develop my relationships with my kids.
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Take one child along on a short trip. Last year I bad a lecture in Kamloops, and I took my daughter Hannah with me.
The time we spent together in the car that day was invaluable, and now she always asks me, "Dad, when are we going to go on a trip together again?" 37 . * 38 I try to have regular dates with each of my children. They deserve to have my attention every once in a while. I build the time around them, doing things they enjoy or just walking together. * Eat one meal together each day. In our home breakfast is chaos, and by lunchtime we are not at home. But as much as possible we try to have dinner as a family. 39 . It's our chance to celebrate victories, and to help each other through the tough things. 40 . I picture myself taking aim, pulling back the bow and sending them into the world. The target that they hit depends largely on the amount that I put in them today. Does it make effort? Yes. Are there tough choices sometimes? Yes. Is it worth it? Certainly! A. Put their activities into your schedule. B. Take them on dates. C. Focus on your children. D. The Bible speaks of children as arrows. E. This is our time to reconnect and recharge after a busy day. F. I've also found it's important to find the time to give each child the attention they need. G A one-or-two-day trip like this is a great chance for you to connect with one of your kids. 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，掌握其大意，然后从短文后各题所给的 A、B、C、D 四个选项中，选出可 以填入空白处的最佳选项，并在答题卡上将该选项的标号涂黑。 It was time to go. It was the 41 time of year for my line of work.I got to the
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city square casually, and
42 ,many visitors were there.
"It looks to be a very good day."I thought 43 to myself, saw a dark man, looking kind of 44 ."Perfect! Time to 45 .”I thought.I 46 and confidently stepped
up to the man. "Hello, sir. Can I help you?" "Yes.I am 47 for the Madison Hotel." "Yes, yes... Oh, okay. Go three blocks down, and take a right. It will be on your left." "Thank you." "You're welcome. Have a good day, sir." I walked away with not only a smile on my face, but with the man's pocket.I 48 in my
49 at the name on a card, Mr. Johnson. After a feast,I started on my way
home. In a small alley,I saw him, Mr. Johnson.A little white girl had fallen down, and Mr. Johnson was 50 helping her up. The mother saw it,cried for 51 Mr. Johnson with her bag.A few men, all white, came out of a house 52 ,and hit bats. They
started to hit him with the bats. I 53 .to scream: "Stop! Stop!" But I just stood there, 54 ,and was unable to say anything.1 was in an inner. 55 whether I should do something when one man 56 a knife, and stabbed（刺）Mr. Johnson several times. There, he was the man I had stolen from, lying dead in his own 57 of blood — alone in a dark alley, Then it 58 me:I killed him. He probably came looking for me when he was killed.1 was stolen his 60 . 41.A.worst 42.A.as a rule 43.A.yelling 44.A.lost 45.A.steal 46.A.hurriedly 47.A.heading 48.A.money B.best B.as well B.smiling B.delighted B.do B.nervously B.walking B.card C.purest C.as a whole C.replying C.satisfied C.work C.calmly C.leaving C.wallet
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59 _.I realized that I had not only stolen his wallet — I had
D.riskiest D.as usual D.complaining D.angry D. play D. excitedly D.searching D.bag
49.A.glanced 50.A.indifferently 51.A.attention 52.A.fetching 53.A.managed 54.A.patient 55.A.desire 56.A.pulled out 57.A.bank 58.A.amazed 59.A.innocent 60.A.soul
B.noticed B.eagerly B.affection B.carrying B.offered B.thoughtful B.struggle B.set aside B.pool B.puzzled B.responsible B.blood
C.leapt C.kindly C.instruction C.lifting C.intended C.unconcerned C.feeling C.put out C.ground C.hit C.doubtful C.life
D. eyed D.greedily D.help D. equipping D.promised D.frozen D.secret D.held back D. source D.inspired D.relieved D.fortune
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（不多于 3 个单词）或括号内单词的正确形式。 Academy Award nominees（被提名的人）who go home empty-handed may not have a shiny Oscar to show off, but they may tum out to be the bigger 61 (win) in the game of life. According to a study 62 (publish) in British Medical Journal, Oscar-winning
screenwriters are 63 (success), more productive, and more respected than losing nominees; however, they die sooner by about four years. "Because success is 64 (usual) linked to better health, this is the first improved long life," says Donald
occupation ever that success is not associated 65
Redelmeier, leading author of the study. Researchers have tracked down information about every person 66 Was ever nominated for an Oscar since the awards out 73 years ago. 68 (explain) the puzzling findings, he offers two theories. 69 first is the "work-to-death theory." Screenwriters are leading unhealthy lifestyles, 70 (mean) 67 (hand)
they smoke more, exercise less, and work a lot of late—night hours, which translates into not enough sleep. The other is the "party-hearty theory”which leads to more alcohol, more parties, and more obesity. 第 II 卷（共两节；满分 35 分）
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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。错误仅涉及一个单词的增加、删除或修改 i 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(＼)划掉。 修改：在错的词下画一横线，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仅限一词； 2．只允许修改 10 处，多者（从第 11 处起）不计分。 Mountain Jinyun is a place of interest that there are lots of tourists every day. Years ago, some of
them paid much attention to environmental protection. They threw about waste papers, plastics bags
and tins. So they killed animals, caught birds, and destroy plants. Worse still, they often made fire to
cook in the forest, which was dangerous. Changes have taken place recently. When tourists leave, they
take away from rubbish. They no longer hunt animals and plants are also protecting. Many tourists
carry his lunch in order not start a forest fire. We must sing high praise for the good deeds.
第二节书面表达（满分 25 分） 年度才艺展即将来临， 假设你是李华， 代表戏剧社团写信邀请喜爱戏剧的外教 Mr, Johnson 来参加会议。 时间：10 月 5 日，星期六下午 4 点
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地点：402 教室 内容：讨论表演哪部英语戏剧； 希望 Mr. Johnson 给出建议。 注意：1．词数：100 左右。 2．词汇：才艺展 talent show。 3．可适当增加内容。 Dear Mr. Johnson, ________________________________________________________________________________ _________ ________________________________________________________________________________ _________ ________________________________________________________________________________ _________ ________________________________________________________________________________ _________ ________________________________________________________________________________ _________ Y ours , L i Hua
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