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2016-2017学年度上学期省六校协作体高三期中考试
英语试题
命题人:杜慧清   
         
                                  第Ⅰ卷

第一部分  听力(共两节,满分30分) (略)
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,从每题所给的四个选项(A、B、C和D)中,选出最佳选项。
                           
                                       A
A few years ago I was diagnosed with cancer. It was the most difficult time I have ever faced. I think it was my sense of humor that allowed me to hold on my sanity. Like many people who have gone through chemotherapy. I lost all of my hair and I was bald as a golf ball. I had always enjoyed wearing hats, so I ordered several special hats with the hair already attached. It was easy and I never had to worry about how my hair looked.
I have always been a big golf fan. At one point during my cancer treatments, my husband John and I decided to get away from the cold Minnesota winter and take a trip to Scottsdale, Arizona. There was a senior PGA Tour event called The Tradition being played, which seemed like just the ticket to lift my spirits.
The first day of the tournament brought out a huge crowd. It was a beautiful day, and I was in heaven. I was standing and watching my three favorite golfers in the world approach the tee box: Jack Nicklaus, Raymond Floyd and Tom Weiskoph. Just as they arrived at the tee box, the unimaginable happened. A huge gust of wind came up from out of nowhere and blew my hat and hair right off my head and into the middle of the fairway! The thousands of spectators lining the fairway fell into an awkward silence, all eyes fixed on me. Even my golf idols were watching me, as my hair was right in their flight path. I was mortified! I knew I couldn’t just stand there. Someone had to do something to get things moving again. So I took a deep breath and went out into the middle of the fairway. I grabbed my hat and hair, nestled them back on my head as best I could. Then I turned to the golfers and loudly announced: “Gentlemen, the wind is blowing from left to right.”
They said the laughter could be heard all the way to the nineteenth hole. 
21. From the passage, we can see that the author is _____
A. pessimistic   B. optimistic  C. warm-hearted   D. shy
22. What does the underlined word “mortified” in Paragraph 5 mean? 
A. calm        B. excited    C. worried        D. embarrassed
23. What’s the author’s aim to say the underlined sentence?
A. to give a weather report
B. to tell the gentlemen how the unimaginable happened
C. to reduce the embarrassment and get things moving again
D. It’s just a joke

                                    B
Some cases have been reported in Russia lately of people who can read and detect colors with their fingers, and even see through solid doors and walls. One case is concerning an eleven-year-old girl, who has normal vision but who can also become aware of things with different parts of her skin, and through solid walls. This ability was first noticed by her father. One day she came into his office and happened to put her hands on the door of a locked safe. Suddenly she asked her father why he kept so many newspapers locked away there., and even described the way they were done up in bundles.
Her talent was brought to the notice of a scientific research institute and she was given a series of tests. During these tests she was able to read a newspaper through a screen which was not transparent and strange still, by moving her elbow over a game of Lotto she was able to describe the figures and colors printed on it; in another instance, wearing stockings and slippers, to make out with her foot the outlines and colors of a picture hidden under a carpet. Other experiments showed that her knees and shoulders had a similar sensitivity. During all these tests she was blindfolded; and indeed, except when blindfold she lacked the ability to see things with her skin, It was also found that although she could perceive things with her fingers this ability ceased the moment her hands were wet. 
24. Solid doors and walls are __________________.
  A. invisible to those who can read and detect colors with their fingers.
  B. no obstacles for people who can read and detect colors with their fingers.
  C. transparent to those who can read and detect colors.
D. concerned in cases reported in Russia recently.  
25. The girl’s father _______________.
  A. had always known his daughter and her talent. 
  B. found that his daughter could perceive things with different parts of her skin.
  C. described the way newspapers were done up in boundless.
  D. discovered his daughter’s gift by accident. 
26. The scientific research institute _______________.
  A. made the girl read a newspaper   B. set up a game of Lotto with the girl
C. tested the girl thoroughly      D. arranged that the girl should undergo a number of experiments. 
27. Which of the following statements is true?
  A. The girl couldn’t always perceive things with her skin.
  B. The girl was occasionally blindfold when she did the tests.
  C. The girl’s hands had to be wet before she could perceive things through he skin.
  D. The girl’s knees didn’t have the same sensitivity as her fingers.

                                      C
I told my friend Graham that I often cycle two miles from my house to the town centre but unfortunately there is a big hill on the route. He replied, “You mean fortunately.” He explained that I should be glad of the extra exercise that the hill provided.
My attitude to the hill has now changed. I used to complain as I approached it but now I tell myself the following. This hill will exercise my heart and lungs. It will help me to lose weight and get fit. It will mean that I live longer. This hill is my friend. Finally I comfort myself with the thought of all those silly people who pay money to go to a gym and sit on stationery exercise bicycles when I can get the same value for free. I have a smile of satisfaction as I reach the top of the hill.
Problems are there to be faced and overcome. We cannot achieve anything with an easy life. Helen Keller was the first deaf and blind person to gain a university degree. Her activism and writing proved inspirational. She wrote, “Character cannot be developed in ease. Only through experiences of suffering can the soul be strengthened, vision cleared, ambition inspired and success achieved.”
One of the main determinants of success in life is our attitude towards adversity. From time to time we all face hardships, problems, accidents and difficulties. Some are of our making but many are no fault of our own. While we cannot choose the adversity, we can choose our attitude towards it.
Douglas Bader was 21 when in 1931 he had both legs cut off following a flying accident.He was determined to fly again and went on to become one of the leading flying aviators in the Battle of Britain with 22 aerial victories over the Germans.He was an inspiration to others during the war. He said, “Don’t listen to anyone who tells you that you can’t do this or that. That’s nonsense. Make up your mind, you’ll never use crutches or a stick, and then have a go at everything. Go to school, and join in all the games you can. Go anywhere you want to. But never, never let them persuade you that things are too difficult or impossible.”
The biographies of great people are full of examples of how they took steps to overcome the difficulties they faced. The common thread is that they did not become depressed. They chose their attitude. They chose to be positive. They took on the challenge. They won. Nevertheless, there is still the problem of how you change your attitude towards adversity.
28. Which of the following is true according to the author of the passage?
A. Going to a gym is greatly beneficial to people’s health.
   B. Climbing hills on bicycles is the best way to take exercise. 
   C. Those who want to achieve success can’t expect to live an easy life.
   D. People’s attitude to adversity is the only factor of their success.
29. By quoting what Douglas Bader said, the author intends to tell us “       .”
  A. Failure is the mother of success.    	    B. A bad workman quarrels with his tools.
C. If you risk nothing, you will have nothing.  D. Nothing is difficult to the man who will try.
30. Following this passage, the author will further talk about        .
  A. how his friend helped him to change his attitude towards the adversity he faced
  B. what steps to take to change your attitude towards the adversity you face
  C. why it is important to keep optimistic in face of adversity
  D. what great people have in common 
31. Which of the following can best function as the title of the passage?
  A. Face adversity with a smile      B. Different attitudes towards adversity
C. Nothing is impossible 			 D. Life is full of adversity 
                                   
D
Adding math talk to story time at home is a winning factor for children’s math achievement, according to a new research from a university. The study from psychologists Sian Beilock and Susan Levine shows a marked increase in math achievement among children whose families used Bedtime Math, an iPad app that delivers engaging math story problems for parents and children to solve together. 
 	Even children who used the app with their parents as little as once a week saw gains in math achievement by the end of the school year. The app’s effect was especially strong for children whose parents tend to be anxious or uncomfortable with math.
	Previous research from this group has demonstrated the importance of adults’ attitudes about math for children’s math success. For example, a recent study found that math-anxious parents who help their children with math homework actually weaken their children’s math achievement. 
 	The new findings demonstrate that structured, positive interactions around math at home can cut the link between parents’ uneasiness about math and children’s low math achievement.
 	“Many people experience high levels of anxiety when they have to solve a math problem, with a majority of adults feeling at least some worries about math,” said Beilock, professor in Psychology and author of Choke, a book about stress and performance. “These math-anxious parents are probably less likely to talk about math at home, which affects how competent their children are in math. Bedtime Math encourages a dialogue between parents and kids about math, and offers a way to engage in high-quality math interactions in a low-effort, high-impact way.” 
 	Study participants included 587 first-grade students and their parents. Families were given an iPad installed with a version of the Bedtime Math app, with which parents and their children read stories and answer questions involving math, including topics like counting, shapes and problem-solving. A control group received a reading app that had similar stories without the math content and questions related to reading comprehension instead. Children’s math achievement was assessed at the beginning and end of the school year. Parents completed a questionnaire about their nervousness with math. 
 	The more times parents and children in the math group used the app, the higher children’s achievement on a math assessment at the end of the school year. Indeed, children who frequently used the math app with their parents outperformed similar students in the reading group by almost three months in math achievement at year’s end.
32.	Bedtime Math is an iPad app that _____.
	A. requires parents and children to answer reading comprehension questions 
	B. assesses children’s math achievement and parents’ nervousness with math
C. teaches children how to count, recognize shapes and solve practical problems
	D. encourages children together with their parents to solve math story problems 
33.	The previous study found that _____.
	A. help from math-anxious parents improves children’s math achievement
	B. children’s math achievement is related to parents’ attitude about math
	C. interactions around math at home will cut off the family relationship
	D. children can achieve more success if they see the importance of math
34.	We can infer from the passage that ______.
	A. children using the app for three months can see gains in math achievement
	B. children whose parents are uneasy about math outperform other students
	C. it is the math problems related to the stories that make the great difference 
	D. the frequency of using the app has nothing to do with children’s achievement
35.	Which is the best title for the passage? 
	A. High-quality math interactions improve performance.
	B. Frequent use of app can develop problem solving ability.
	C. Low-effort activities create good parent-child relationship.
	D. High-anxiety parents influence children’s attitude about math.

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。
A major source of teen stress is school exams, and test anxiety is not uncommon. When you recognize your teen is under stress, how can parents help your teen stay calm before an exam?
    Be involved. Parents need to be involved in their teen’s work.  36 _ What they look for is your presence — to talk, to cry, or simply to sit with them quietly. Communicate openly with your teen. Encourage your teen to express his or her worries and fears, but don’t let them focus on those fears.
    Help them get organized.  37     Together , you and your teen can work out a time-table in which he or she can study for what he or she knows will be on the test.
    Provide a calm setting. Help your teen set up a quiet place to study and protect his or her privacy. Give them a nutritious diet. It is important for your teen to eat a healthy, balanced diet during exam times to focus and do his or her best.   38   If this happens, encourage your teen to eat light meals or sandwiches. A healthy diet, rather than junk food, is best for reducing stress.
       39    Persuade your teenager to get some sleep and /or do something active when he or she needs a real break from studying. Making time for relaxation, fun, and exercise are all important in reducing stress. Help your teen balance his or her time so that he or she will feel comfortable taking time out from studying to spend time with friends or rest.
   Show a positive attitude.   40   Your panic, anxiety and blame contribute to your teen’s pressure. Make your teen feel accepted and valued for his or her efforts. Most importantly, reassure your teen that things will be all right, no matter what the results are.
A. A parent's attitude will dictate their teen’s emotions.
B. Exam stress can make some teens lose their appetite.
C. They will only make the situation worse.
D. Encourage your teen to relax.
E. The best thing is simply to listen.
F. Help your teen think about what she has to study and plan accordingly.
G. Your teen may also make negative comments about themselves

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、 CD)中,选出可以填入空白处的最佳选项。
A gentle breeze blew through Jennifer’s hair. The golden red sun was  41  . She was on the beach, looking up at the fiery ball. She was   42  by its color, deep red in the middle, softly fading into yellow. She could hear nothing but the waves and the seagulls   43  up above in the sky. 
The atmosphere   44   her. After all she had been through, this was what she needed. “It’s getting   45  ,” she thought, “I must go home. My parents will be   46  where I am.” She wondered how her parents would   47  , when she got home after the three days she was   48  . She kept on walking,   49  herself to the bungalow where she spent every summer holiday. The road was deserted. She walked slowly and   50  . Just in a few hundred meters she would be safe in her house. 
It was really getting dark now. The sun had set a few minutes before and it was getting cold, too. She   51   she had her favorite sweater on — it kept her really warm. She imagined having it   52   her. This thought disappeared when she finally saw her front door. It seemed   53  . The outside garden seemed   54  . She was shocked: her father was usually so strict about keeping everything clean and tidy. 
She entered the house. First, she went into the kitchen where she saw a   55   written by her father. It said, “Ellen, there is some coffee   56  . I went looking.” Ellen was her mother but — where was she?  She entered her parent’s home. Then she saw her. Her mother, lying on the bed,   57  . Jennifer would have wanted to wake her up but she looked too tired. So Jennifer just fell asleep beside her. When Jennifer   58  , something was different. She was in her cozy bed in her pajamas. 
It felt so good being back home.   59  she heard a voice, “Are you feeling better now? You know you got us very, very   60  .” 
41. A. disappearing	    B. setting			C. rising			D. shining
42. A. amazed		    B. excited		C. disappointed	D. frightened
43. A. moving		    B. flying			C. stepping		D. flowing
44. A. surprised		B. confused		C. relaxed		D. exhausted
45. A. early			B. cold			C. warm			D. late
46. A. wondering		B. knowing		C. ignoring		D. finding
47. A. say			B. take			C. like			D. react
48. A. working		B. missing		C. spending		D. traveling
49. A. pointing		B. enjoying		C. directing		D. teaching
50. A. easily		    B. silently		C. happily		D. willingly
51. A. believed		B. wished		C. guessed		D. judged
52. A. with			B. for			C. at				D. in
53. A. same		    B. familiar		C. difficult		D. different
54. A. crowded		B. tidy			C. deserted		D. clean
55. A. text			B. letter			C. note			D. sentence 
56. A. ready		    B. gone			C. present		D. available
57. A. cried			B. laughed		C. coughed		D. slept
58. A. woke up		B. stayed up		C. broke up		D. held up
59. A. Fortunately	    B. Similarly		C. Suddenly		D. Constantly
60. A. moved		    B. lost			C. inspired		D. scared

第Ⅱ卷

第三部分  英语知识运用 (共两节,满分45分)
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。
Hangzhou in Zhejiang province got a lot of attention last month. The host city of the G20 Leaders Summit  61   (welcome) heads of the world’s 20 major economies and international organizations on Sept. 4-5.
For two days, they discussed global topics and enjoyed  62    (show). But for young people around the world, the G20 Summit had more to offer. More than 4,000 students from China and abroad took part in  63   (volunteer) service during the summit. An impressive 15 local universities and colleges gave the event many of  64  (it) students volunteers . Students with language skills  65   (prefer) . 
     66  ( choose) as a volunteer for the summit, they had to go through several rounds of  interviews and receive training. In addition, international students were happy to help.   67  total of 26 international students served as volunteers. Australian Tim,   68   is studying medicine in China said he was honored that West Lake district government had invited him to take part in the making of a TV program that taught English to people  69   (live) in Hangzhou. In the program, he showed popular places for morning exercises, how to bargain at the market and how to make dumplings. He thought it was interesting to tell stories about Hangzhou   70   a foreigner’s point of view so that more people fall in love with Hangzhou. 

第四部分  写作(共两节,满分35分)
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处语法错误,每句中最多有两处。每处错误仅涉及一个单词的增加、删除或修改。
    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:把多余的词用斜钱(\)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。
Dear Sophia,
   I’m Li Hua from Beijing ABC Senior School. I’m happy to learn that you’re going to stay with my family while you’re in Beijing.
   While you are here, we’ll provide you with a room of your own with a bed, a desk, a couple of chair and a TV. You’ll also have your own bathroom. Our school is quite close from our home, because we could go to school by bike. In noon we’ll eat at the school dining hall. I’m surely you’ll like the delicious Chinese food there, and enjoying talking with friends over lunch. Classes in our school usually finish at 4 in the afternoon. You can then join in other students in playing ball games or swimming. There will be a lot of funs.
   If you have any questions or requests, please let me know. We’ll try our best to make my stay here in Beijing pleasant experience.
  Best wishes
  Li Hua 
第二节 书面表达 (满分25分)
近来,走班制(changing classrooms)的上课方式成为了全国的热门话题。在走班制度下学生可以根据自己的爱好自主选择上课的老师和科目。请写一篇短文来表达你对走班制的看法,字数不少于100字。
阅读: 21-23 BDC  24-27 B DCA   28-31 CDBA  32-35 DBCA    36-40 EFBDA
完形: 
语篇填空:61. welcomed   62.shows   63. voluntary  64. its     65.were preferred   
66. To be chosen   67. A     68. who     69. Living    70. from 
I’m Li Hua from Beijing ABC Senior School. I’m happy to learn that you’re going 
to stay with my family while you’re in Beijing.
    While you are here, we’ll provide you with a room of your own with a bed, a desk, a 
couple of chair and a TV. You’ll also have your own bathroom. Our school is quite 
        chairs
close from our home, because we could go to school by bike. In noon we’ll eat at the 
     to             so                            At
school dining hall. I’m surely you’ll like the delicious Chinese food there, and 
                   sure
enjoying talking with friends over lunch. Classes in our school usually finish at 4 in 
enjoy
the afternoon. You can then join in other students in playing ball games or swimming. 
There’ll be a lot of funs.
                fun
If you have any questions or requests, please let me know. We’ll try our best to make 
my stay here in Beijing∧ pleasant experience.
your               a
书面表达:
A famous saying goes that: “Interest is the best teacher.” This new system is a good way to inspire students’ study enthusiasm because students have the chance to choose the lessons and the teachers according to their own interest. Since students have to think about it carefully before they choose the lessons, this system can also improve the ability of making decisions.
On the other hand, there are, however, some disadvantages lying in this new system. For one thing, students may feel embarrassed when they talk with classmates they are not very familiar with because classrooms and classmates are all unfixed. For another thing, during breaks, students have to find the classroom where they will have the next class. Does it mean that students have less time to relax?
In all, this is totally a new idea. We might as well have a try and we will see if it is suitable for students or not.

 














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