顺义区2016 届高三第一次统练学科试卷 英语
注意：1. 本试卷共分四部分，满分150 分，考试时间120 分钟。 2. 请将各题答案答在答题卡上相应位置。 3. 考试结束后，请上交答题卡。 第一部分： 听力理解（共三节，30 分） 第一节(共5 小题；每小题1.5 分，共7.5 分) 听下面5 段对话。每段对话后有一道小题，从每题所给的A、B、C 三个选项中选出最佳选 项。听完每段对话后，你将有10 秒钟的时间来回答有关小题和阅读下一小题。每段对话你 将 听一遍。 1. What are the two speakers going to do? A. Watch a movie. B. Buy a book. C. Take a walk.
2. What does the man want to send to his friend? A. Some pictures. B. Some newspapers C. Some flowers.
3. Who took the man’s iPad? A. His father. B. His mother. C. His grandfather.
4. What is the woman doing? A. Having breakfast. B. Reading a magazine. C. Sweeping the floor.
5. What does the man usually have for dinner? A. Rice B. Dumplings. C. Potatoes.
第二节（共10 小题；每小题1.5 分，共15 分） 听下面4 段对话或独白。每段对话或独白后有几道小题，从每题所给的A、B、C 三个选项 中选出最佳选项。听每段对话或独白前，你将有5 秒钟的时间阅读每小题。听完后，每小题 将给出5 秒钟的作答时间。每段对话或独白你将听两遍。 听第6 段材料，回答第6 至7 题。 6. What will the man do on Friday afternoon? A. Take a walk. B. Attend a lecture. C. Have a good rest.
7. Who will the man pick up on Friday night?
A. His sister.
B. His brother.
C. His uncle.
听第7 段材料，回答第8 至9 题。 8. Where are the two speakers? A. At a bus station. 9. How is the bus? A. Safe. B. Dangerous. C. Full. B. In a classroom. C. On a farm.
听第8 段材料，回答第10 至12 题。 10. What are the two speakers mainly talking about? A. The people in the city. B. The prices of daily goods. C. The weather that day.
11. What does the woman think are a little cheaper? A. Eggs. B. Apples. C. Pears.
12. What does the woman think she can afford to buy now? A. Vegetables. B. Cookies. C. Tea.
听第9 段材料，回答第13 至15 题。 13. How many reading rooms does the library have? A. 4. B. 3. C. 2.
14. What kind of books does No.2 reading room have? A. Some books in foreign languages. B. Some books for middle school students. C. Some books about wars. 15. How long can students keep a magazine? A. For a month. B. For two weeks. C. For two months.
第三节（共5 小题；每小题1.5，共7.5 分） 听下面一段对话，完成第16 至20 五道小题，每小题仅填写一个词。听对话前，你将有 20 秒钟的时间阅读试题，听完后你将有60 秒钟的作答时间。这段对话你将听两遍。
第二部分：知识运用（共两节，45 分） 第一节单项填空（共15 小题；每小题1 分，共15 分） 从每题所给的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 将该项涂黑。 21. The post office is closed ______ Saturday afternoon. A. on B. in C. of D. at
22. Sally likes going to school ______ she has got many good friends there. A. or B. because C. unless D. so
23. — Sorry, sir. I ______ follow you. Would you please speak slower? — Ok. A. can’t B. mustn’t C. shouldn’t D. needn’t
24. I ______ football since I left university. A. didn’t play B. don’t play C. won’t play D. haven’t played
25. John ______ an NBA playoff game on TV now. A. watches B. watched C. will watch D. is watching
26. Smoking ______ in the kitchen in my house. A. doesn’t allow B. didn’t allow C. isn’t allowed D. won’t allow
27. He ______ a chance to try it again just now. A. gave B. will give C. is given D. was given
28. The house ______ I live in is very small. A. that B. whom C. when D. what
29. The teacher told the children ______ quiet in the museum. A. keep B. kept C. keeping D. to keep
30. — Do you know ______ the meeting room earlier? — She had a headache. A. why Ann left C. why Ann will leave B. why did Ann leave D. why will Ann leave
31. Anna was in Inner Mongolia for two years, ____ as a volunteer teacher. A. having worked B. working C. worked D. to work
32. Last summer we saw a very good film, ____ was about the Anti-Japanese war. A. which B. when C. that D. where
33. If he ____hard, he would have passed the exam. A. were to work B. had worked C. should work D. was to work
34. The teacher came into the classroom, ____ by his students. A. following B. to be following C. followed D. having followed
35. We should go by bus ___ we can get there earlier. A. as soon as B. where C. in order that D. when
第二节完形填空（共20 小题，每小题1.5 分，共30 分） 阅读下面短文，掌握其大意，从各题A、B、C、D 四个选项中，选出最佳选项，并在答题 卡上将该项涂黑。 During my second year of college, I was a part-time waitress in Chicago. I 36 most of my time on work and as little as possible on conversation. I wasn’t used to 37 to unknown people except when taking orders. One night, a little old man came in and seated himself in my section. I took his 38 and went on my way. But later I noticed that he 39 week after week and always sat at one of my tables. Slowly, I began having short conversations 40 him. His name was Mr. Rodgers, but he insisted that I 41 him Don. I 42 that he and his wife had gone to dinner and a movie every Saturday. Since she had died, he carried on the tradition 43 . 44 the weeks went on, I began to sit and actually talk with Don. We talked about his wife, his days flying in the war, his son who had 45 and also served as a pilot in the army. Eventually, we began to talk about my ambition — going to school, my new boyfriend and the 46 of my future. About four months after meeting him, I 47 a call from a nurse telling me that Don was
48 . He was experiencing complications (并发症) from a heart operation. I immediately drove to the hospital to see him. The first thing he did was to 49 me for urging him to visit the doctor. At first I didn’t know 50 he was referring to. Then I 51 that about three weeks earlier, Don was complaining (抱怨) about 52 pains and I gave him the number of a doctor I know. A nurse asked, “Are you his daughter?” and I 53 , “No, I’m his waitress.” Strangers can become good 54 . I recently found it enjoyable to talk to 55 at the restaurant and I have had a lot more fun. 36. A. spent 37. A. looking 38. A. place 39. A. came back 40. A. at 41. A. argue 42. A. admitted 43. A. alone 44. A. As B. with B. took C. cost D. wasted D. talking
B. pointing B. order
C. coming C. worry
D. ticket C. came away D. came in
B. came out C. on
D. into C. expect D. call D. said
B. determined B. only B. Because C. nearly C. After
C. learned D. closely D. Before C. built up
45. A. brought up 46. A. expectation 47. A. deserved 48. A. at home 49. A. send 50. A. what 51. A. showed 52. A. chest 53. A. reported 54. A. citizens 55. A. colleagues
B. grown up B. civilization B. received B. in the factory
D. went up D. destination
C. combination C. reserved D. hoped
C. at the market D. notice D. when C. believed D. arm C. agreed D. replied
D. in hospital
B. resist B. that
C. thank C. which
B. remembered B. leg C. head
B. included B. guests B. family
C. classmates C. customers
D. friends D. patients
第三部分：阅读理解（共两节，40 分） 第一节（共15 小题；每小题2 分，共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
该项涂黑。 A A trip to London My family had dreamed of a trip to London for a long time. Luckily it was possible for us to realize our dream because all of us were free on the weekend. We planned to drive into Cambridge and caught the 7: 34 train to Liverpool Street Station.Then my wife and I would separate from Joan, my wife’s sister, to do different things and finally meet again for lunch. And after lunch, we would go to the concert. But we were late because of a thick London fog. The train had to move along so slowly that it was not until 10:30 that it got there. In spite of our late arrival, Joan decided that she would go to see the Crown Jewels in the Tower of London while we went shopping. It was only after her sister had disappeared into the fog that my wife realized that we hadn’t decided where we should meet for lunch. Since I had our three tickets for the concert in my pocket, this was indeed a problem. We didn’t have any mobile phones at that time. There seemed to be nothing we could do except taking a taxi to the Tower of London, and try to find her there. Needless to say, we didn’t find her. It was now one o’clock, and the concert began at 2: 30. “Perhaps she will think of waiting outside the concert hall,” said my wife hopefully. By this time the fog was so thick that road traffic had to stop, and the only way to get there was by subway. Hand in hand we felt our way along the road to where we thought the nearest station should be. An hour later we were still trying to find it.Just when I was about to become angry, we met a blind man tapping his way confidently through the fog. With his help we found the subway station which was just fifty meters down the road. By now it was far too late to get to the concert hall before the performance began at 2: 30, so we decided to return to Cambridge. It took seven hours instead of the usual two to make that journey. Nor were we able to get any food and drink on the train. We were tired and hungry. We finally reached home at ten. Opening the door we were amazed to find Joan at home; she had seen the Crown Jewels, had managed to get another ticket for concert, and had had a wonderful dinner at a restaurant. Of course, she managed to get home, too. Oh my god! 56. What did the writer plan to do after lunch that day? A. Go to the concert. B. Return to Cambridge.
C. Go shopping.
D. See the Crown Jewels.
57. The writer and his wife separated from Joan because _______. A. they were late for the concert B. Joan didn’t want to go to the concert C. there was a thick fog D. they planned to do different things until lunch time 58. Who helped the writer find the subway station? A. A taxi driver. B. A blind man. C. His wife. D. Joan.
59. The writer and his wife felt _______ on the train back home. A. quite interested C. tired and hungry B. rather disappointed D. very enjoyable B When you want to find a job, you have to face the employer and you must know how to introduce yourself well. Then you will be lucky enough. The first impressions can play a major role in how an employer like you as a candidate(求职 者). What you say during the first step of the interview may make a big difference. In fact, some hiring managers may make a decision to refuse a candidate based on what they didn’t do when you met them. That’s why it’s important to pay attention to interview manners and to carefully think through how you will introduce yourself during a job interview. When arriving at the interview site you can introduce yourself to the receptionist (接待员) by giving your name and telling the purpose of your visit. For example: “My name is Tim Jones and I have an interview scheduled with John Smith at 2 pm.” You will be guided into the interview room or the hiring manager will come out to meet you in the reception area. Again, take the time to introduce yourself so the interviewer knows who you are. Offer to shake hands, even if the interviewer doesn’t offer his hand first. Tell the interviewer that it is a pleasure to meet him. Smile, and be sure to make eye contact. Many hiring managers will start an interview with an open-ended question like “Tell me about yourself.” Your response should focus on the key elements in your background. You should carefully analyze the job first to the interviewer, and you can point out the interests, skills, experiences, and personal qualities.
Your introduction should be brief enough to hold the interest of the interviewer so that you can move on to the next question. Your goal is to connect personally with the interviewer as well as to show that you’re qualified for the job. Of course, your comments should show your enthusiasm for the job and organization. However, don’t overdo it and don’t spend too much time talking about yourself. 60. What is the purpose of the author to write this passage ? A. To tell candidates how to go to a reception desk. B. To tell candidates how to introduce themselves when finding a job. C. To give some suggestions on how to be a good interviewer. D. To give some tips on how to be a good receptionist. 61. If the interviewer doesn’t offer his hand first, you should ________. A. ask the interviewer an open-ended question B. shake hands without looking at the interviewer C. offer your hand before the interviewer D. introduce yourself briefly first 62. The passage is very useful for _______. A. anyone who will go to an interview C. a hiring manager B. a future receptionist
D. anyone who wants to visit a company C
Old people are easy to feel lonely because their children are busy with their work and have little time to spend with them. Most of them have to be companied by pet dogs. However, it is sometimes impossible for some old people to keep pet dogs because they are too old or ill to take care of pet dogs. Experts are studying the influence of robotic dogs on old people’s depression（忧郁 症）,physical activity, and life satisfaction. Researchers are placing robotic dogs in the homes of lonely old people to see whether they can improve the quality of life for old people. Alan Beck, an expert in human-animal relationship, said, “Old people should be more active, challenged, excited. The problem is how we promote that, especially for those without friends or help. A robotic dog could be a solution.”
In the study, the robot, called AIBO, is placed for six weeks in the houses of some old people who live alone. These old people will keep a diary to note their feelings and activities before and after AIBO. Researchers will collect basic data for six weeks. Then, the researchers will review the data to decide if there are any changes in the life of its owner. “I talk to him all the time, and he responds to my voice,” says a 70-year-old lady. “When I'm watching TV, he'll stay in my arms until he wants down. He has a mind of his own.” The AIBOs respond to certain orders. The researchers say they have some advantages over real dogs, especially for old people. Often the elderly are disabled and cannot care for an animal by walking it or playing with it. A robotic dog needn’t any exercise and feeding concerns. “At the beginning, it was believed that no one would prefer the robotic dog because it was metal and not furry (毛茸茸的) ,”Beck says. “But it’s amazing how quickly we have given up that belief.” Hopefully, these robotic pets could become a more valuable health helper. They will record their masters’ blood pressure, oxygen levels, or heart rhythms. AIBOs may even one day have games that can help exciting older people’s minds. 63.From the passage we can learn that old people can easily feel lonely because_____. A. their children don’t like to stay with them B. they don’t have pet dogs C. their children are too busy to stay with them D. they don’t have robotic dogs 64. The underlined word “note” in the third paragraph means “_____”. A. to give notice B. to pay attention C. to write down D. to talk about
65. The author may believe that the future robotic dogs can_________. A. help excit old people’s minds C. cure a lot of serious diseases B. take the place of real dogs D. change people’s beliefs
66. Which is the best title for the passage ? A. Pet Dogs Need Robotic Dogs C. All People Need Robotic Dogs B. Old People Need Robotic Dogs D. Researchers Need Robotic Dogs D Attention to detail is something everyone can and should do — especially in tight job
market. Bob Crossley, a human-resources expert notices this in the job applications that come across his desk every day. “It’s amazing how many candidates eliminate (淘汰) themselves,” he says. “Resumes (简历) arrive with faults. Some candidates don’t bother to spell the company’s name correctly. Once I see a mistake, I refuse the candidates,” Crossley concludes,” If they cannot take care of these details, why should we trust them with a job?” Can we pay too much attention to details? Absolutely not. Perfectionists(完美主义者) struggle over little things instead of something larger they work toward. “To keep from losing the forest for the trees,” says Charles Garfield, the professor at the University of California, San Francisco, “We must constantly ask ourselves how the details we’re working will influence the larger picture. If they don’t, we should drop them and move to something else.” Garfield compares this process to his work as a computer scientist at NASA. “The Apollo II moon launch was slightly off-course 90 percent of the time,” says Garfield. “But a successful landing was still likely because we knew the exact position of our goal. This allowed us to make adjustments as necessary.” Knowing where to go helps us judge the importance of every task we undertake. Again and again, we see that by doing little things within our grasp well, large rewards follow. 67. According to the passage, some job applicants were refused because they are ________. A. too limitedly educated to write a perfect resume B. so careless that they make some spelling mistakes in their resume C. so careless that they forget the company’s name D. too foolish to spell the company’s name correctly 68. From the passage, we can infer that a perfectionist will _________. A. change their goals as the situations change B. lose their jobs by paying too much attention to details C. pay attention to details as much as to their major goals D. pay attention to details more than their major goals 69. Garfield makes his opinion believable by _________.
A. giving ideas of experts C. providing an example of his work.
B. offering examples of resumes D. showing the results of experiments
70. Which of the following best shows the structure of the passage?
I: Introduction P:Point Sp: Sub-point （次要点）C: Conclusion 第二节（共5 小题；每小题2 分，共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。 You go to a store to buy food for a party. But when you get to the cash register, there are no plastic bags for the things you buy. If you live in San Francisco, this situation might not surprise you. 71 Many cities and towns around the United States may ban plastic bags. 72 Instead, they’d like people to use their own cloth bags when they shop. 73 They say they wouldn’t buy as much if they couldn’t get a free bag. Store owners don’t want to lose business. So they want to keep offering plastic bags. Stores should be banned from using plastic bags. Here’s why: ? All those plastic bags fill upgarbage dumps (垃圾站). That hurts the environment. ? People can use cloth bags instead.74 Stores should not be banned from using plastic bags. Here’s why: ? People might buy less if stores don’t offer plastic shopping bags. Some stores might go out of business. ? Som e people reuse plastic shopping bags for things like garbage. If they don’t get them for free, they’ll have to buy some.
? 75 That could get expensive. A. These bags don’t get thrown away until they’ve been used many times. B. There should always be a choice. C. If shoppers forgot a cloth bag, they would have to buy one. D. But many people don’t want to buy their own cloth bags. E. Many people throw them away after using them. F. That city has banned most plastic shopping bags from stores. G. They hope that shoppers won’t use paper bags either. 第四部分：书面表达（共两节，35 分） 第一节应用作文（15 分） 假设你是李华,上周末你们班新来的美籍学生Jack邀请你去了他家做客，请你给他写一 封邮件。内容包括： 1. 感谢他和家人对你的热情款待； 2. 你们在一起玩得很开心的具体情况； 3. 邀请他下周日到你家做客。 注意：1.词数不少于50。 2.开头和结尾已给出，不计入总词数。 提示词：邀请做客invite someone to have dinner Dear Jack, ___________________________________________________________________________ ___________________________________________________________________________ ___________________________________________________________________________ 第二节情景作文（20 分） 假设你是红星中学高三学生李华，请根据以下四幅图先后顺序，介绍在“国画之旅”活动中， 向 国画艺术家学习国画的过程，并以“A Day with an Artist of Traditional Chinese Painting”为题， 给校 刊“英语角”写一篇英文稿件。 注意：词数不少于60 提示词： 国画traditional Chinese painting
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Dear Jack, I am writing to thank you for your kindness. It is nice of you to invite me to have dinner with your family. I had a great time in your house, having western food, learning about American cultures and chatting about what happened in our class. Your mother has good cooking skills and your father knows a lot about China, which impressed me a lot. They are really friendly and generous. By the way, would you like to come to my house at 6 pm next Sunday if it is convenient for you? We will have dinner together and you can make some new friends. I am looking forward to your reply. Yours Li Hua Last Friday, our class invited a well-known artist to teach us how to draw a lotus in Chinese painting. As soon as the artist came into the classroom, he was given warm welcome which made him so happy. All of us wore big smiles. First, he showed us some skills of drawing a lotus. We watched him carefully around him. Then each of us made an attempt to do it by ourselves under the careful instruction of him. Finally, because of my excellent performance, I was awarded “Outstanding Young Artist”. Looking at the award, I felt very excited. Through this experience, we are all amazed at Chinese painting and proud of being Chinese. We hope we can have more activities of this kind in the future! 书面表达评分参考： 1．第一档: (13—15 分) 完全完成试题规定的任务。内容完整，条理清楚；交际得体，表达时充分考虑到了交 际的需求；体现了较强的语言运用能力；完成了预期的写作目的。 2．第二档: (9—12 分) 基本完成了试题规定的任务。内容、条理和交际等方面基本符合要求；所用语法和词 汇满足了任务的要求；语法和用词方面有一些错误，但不影响理解。基本达到了预期 的写作目的。 3．第三档: (4—8 分) 未恰当完成试题规定的任务。内容不完整；所用词汇有限语法或用词 方面的错误影响了对所写内容的理解。未能清楚地传达信息。
4．第四档: (1—3 分) 未完成试题规定的任务。写了少量相关信息；语法或用词方面错误较 多，严重影响了对所写内容的理解。 0 分未传达任何信息；所写内容与要求无关。 1．第一档: (20—18 分) 完全完成试题规定的任务。覆盖了所有内容要点；运用了多样的句式和丰富的词汇， 语法或用词方面有个别错误，但为尽可能表达丰富的内容所致；体现了较强的语言运 用能力。有效地使用了语句间的连接成分，体现了较强的语言运用能力，所写内容连 贯、结构紧凑。完全达到了预期的写作目的。 2．第二档: (15—17 分) 完全完成试题规定的任务。覆盖了所有内容要点；运用的句式和词汇能满足任务要求； 语法和用词基本准确，少许错误主要为尽可能表达丰富的内容所致；使用了简单的语 句间连接成分，所写内容连贯。达到了预期的写作目的。 3．第三档: (12—14 分) 基本完成试题规定的任务。覆盖了所有内容要点；运用的句式和词汇基本满足任务要 求，语法和用词方面有一些错误，但不影响理解。基本达到了预期的写作目的。 4．第四档: (6—11 分) 未恰当完成试题规定的任务。漏掉或未描述清楚内容要点；所用句式和词汇有限；语 法或用词方面的错误影响了对所写内容的理解。未能清楚地传达信息。 5．第五档: (1—5 分) 未完成试题规定的任务。明显遗漏内容要点；句式单调，词汇贫乏；语法或用词方面 错误较多，严重影响了对所写内容的理解。 0 分未传达任何信息；所写内容与要求无关。 听力原文 1. W: We’d better hurry. It’s already 3:45. We’re running late for the movie. M: Don’t worry. That clock is 15 minutes fast. 2. M: Excuse me. I’d like to send some flowers to my friend. W: Let me see…These fresh roses are very nice. 3. M: You’ll never guess what my mother did. She took my iPad! W: Why would she do a thing like that? M: She said she wanted to teach me a lesson. She always complains that I waste too much time
playing on my iPad, but I never did think about it. 4. M: Hi, Marie. What are you doing? W: I’m just reading a magazine. Are you going to watch TV again? M: Aha, no. Can I turn on the radio? W: Sure, go ahead. 5. M: I’m so hungry. W: Didn’t you eat supper yet? M: Well, I usually have rice for dinner, sometimes some noodles, but I was too busy to cook dinner today, so I just ate some bread. W: No wonder you feel hungry. 6. W: Hi, Jack. Are you doing anything on Friday night? M: Hmm, the day after tomorrow. Well, I will attend a lecture in the afternoon, and…oh, yes! My brother just called to say he would be flying in that night. I told him I would pick him up. W: Oh, that’s too bad! M: What’s the matter? W: Well, it’s my birthday. I thought I’d invite a few friends and make it a party. M: Oh, I’m really sorry, but I won’t be able to make it. W: I’m sorry, too, but that’s OK. 7. W: Why is there never a bus when you want one? M: Good question. There aren’t enough buses on this route. W: Sometimes I feel like writing a letter to the paper. M: Good idea. You should say that we need more subway lines, too. W: Yeah. There should be more public transportation in general. M: And fewer cars! There’s too much traffic. W: Say, is that our bus coming? M: Yes, it is, but look. It’s full! W: Oh, no! Let’s go and get a cup of coffee. We can talk about this letter I’m going to write. 8. M: And you're finding it hard to find a suitable house. W: Yeah, you’re right, because the prices keep going up and up and up. It’s just beyond reason. M: So what do you think has gone up most recently?
W: Well, meat is quite expensive now. M: Yes, it certainly is, and what about fish? W: Fish is just as expensive or perhaps more so than meat, and we have to buy sausage and eggs. Eggs are a little cheaper because of the time of the year, but bacon costs quite a lot. M: What about things like butter and cheese? W: Cheese and butter prices are getting quite high indeed. The only thing I can still afford to buy is tea. We haven't been able to afford to buy this new coffee, though that's fine with most of us, because it's full of caffeine. 9. If this is the first time for you to come to our library as a new student, let me tell you a bit about the services we offer here. The library has four reading rooms. On the first floor is the No.1 Reading Room, which is for newspapers and magazines. On the second floor, on the left as you go up the stairs, is the No.2 Reading Room, which has books written in foreign languages. Immediately above it on the third floor is the No.4 Reading Room, for works in Chinese. The No.3 Reading Room on the second floor is for the use of teachers and graduate students. There is also a Reference Materials Center on the third floor which is for teachers only. Each student is given five library cards for borrowing books and one for magazines. Of the five cards for books, only one can be used to borrow works of history. Books can be kept for up to a month and magazines for two weeks. 10. W: Good afternoon, Ginger's Restaurant. May I help you? M: I'd like to book a table for Wednesday evening, please. W: Certainly. For how many people? M: Nine people. Could we book a private room at around 7:30? W: I'll check. Yes. We can book a private room for you at that time. Would you give me your name, please? M: My name is Jenkins, J-E-N-K-I-N-S. My phone number is 7539-7382. W: OK. Do you want to order your dishes from the menu or will you be having our seafood? M: Oh, seafood, please. We've heard it's very good. By the way, what wines do you have to offer? W: Well, we have wines from all over the world for a variety of prices, something to suit every pocket. What about some red wine from Australia? It's delicious, though it's a bit expensive.
M: OK. That sounds great.