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无锡市普通高中 2015 届高三期中基础性检测考试

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注意:本试卷分第一卷(选择题)和第二卷(非选择题)两部分。答案全部做在答题卡上。 总分为 120 分。考试时间 120 分钟。 第一卷(选择题,共 85 分) 第一部分:听力(共 20 小题;每小题 1 分,满分 20 分) 做题时,先将答案标在试卷上。听力部分结束后,你将有两分钟

的时间将试卷上的答案 转涂到答题卡上。 第一节(共 5 小题;每小题 1 分,满分 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 is the man likely to do? A. To book a room. B.To check in. C.To call William. 2.How does the man feel? A. Hungry. B.Excited. C.Nervous. 3.Where does the conversation most probably take place? A. In a bookstore. B.In a library. C.In an office. 4.What is the man worried about? A. The match may be delayed. B.The traffic is getting worse. C.They'll arrive late for the game. 5. What does the woman mean? A. She saves a lot each month. B.She has a really tight budget. C.She spends more than she earns. 第二节(共 15 小题;每小题 1 分,满分 15 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,并标在试卷的相应位置。听每段对话或独白前,你将有 5 秒钟阅读各 个小题;听完后,每小题将给出 5 秒钟的作答时间。每段对话或独自读两遍。 听下面一段材料,回答第 6 至 7 题。 6.What did the man think of the candidate avoiding making eye contact? A.She was impolite. B.She was unconfident. C.She was unprofessional. 7.What made the candidate fail the interview? A.Work experience. B.Resume writing. C.Meeting manners. 听下面一段材料,回答第 8 至 9 题。 8.How will the woman's hair look? A.Long. B.Short. C. Shoulder-length.

9.Why doesn't the woman want to change the color of her hair? A. She thinks it's too expensive. B. She doesn't like the suggested color C. She's afraid it might damage her hair. 听下面一段材料,回答第 10 至 12 题。 10.What is Jenny's new hobby? A. Reading. B.Travelling. C. Painting. 11.What is Jenny working on now? A. The Brazilian rain forest. B.The Eiffel Tower.C. A Swiss mountain. 12.What does the man think of Jenny's works of art? A.They are well-researched. B.They are carefully chosen. C.They are extremely detailed. 听下面一段材料,回答第 13 至 16 题。 13.Where is the man? A. At home. B.At the office. C. At a travel agency. 14.What are the speakers going to do? A. To travel abroad. B.To go to the theatre.C. To meet their friends. 15.When will the speakers meet? A. At 3:15 pm. B.At 7:00 pm. C. At 6:15 pm. 16.What do we know about the man? A. He is sensitive. B.He is humorous. C. He is dishonest. 听下面一段材料,回答第 17 至 20 题。 17.What should the audience with expensive equipment do first? A. Insure it. B. Lock it up. C. Keep it home. 18.What does the speaker suggest doing when it is too late at night? A.Calling a friend. B. Taking a taxi. C. Avoiding dark streets. 19.Which is not mentioned as a suggestion doing from the speaker? A. Always hang out with friends. B. Take free self-defense classes. C. Stick to the well-lit areas at night. 20.Who is the speaker possibly speaking to? A. Security guards. B. Dormitory staff. C. College students. 第二部分:单项填空(共 15 小题;每小题 1 分,满分 15 分) 从四个选项(A、B、C 和 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。 21. Since three Chinese astronauts piloted Shenzhou IX to link up with Tiangong-l, China's exploration of outer space has reached new stage. A.不填;a B.the; a C.a:the D.不填:不填 22.In the age of microblog or Weibo, common people can make their voice by posting their opinions and attracting public attention. A.hearing B. hear C. heard D. to hear

23.—1 have warned you of the traffic. You know what to expect around National Day. —Sorry, we really the freeway. Now, we'll spend the holiday on this freeway. A. must have avoided B. should have avoided C. will have avoided D. can have avoided 24.Your handwriting is like your shadow, is why companies sometimes look at it when hiring employees and courts also consult it when dealing with certain cases. A. that B. this C. what D. which 25. Health experts up to 18 people for possible exposure to Ebola (埃博拉) , Five students after coming into contact with the patient, Dallas officials said. A. observed; are monitoring B. observed; have been monitored C. have observed; were monitoring D. were observing; were being monitored 26.China's first Grand Slam(大满贯) winner Li Na announced her retirement knee injuries. A farewell ceremony was held officials from Tennis Associations, several world's top players and her loyal fans. A. due to; to feature B. resulting in; featuring C. due to; featuring D. resulting from; featured 27.I hope my advice will be of some help to is interested in learning English. A. whomever B. whatever C. whoever D. whichever 28.Like A Bite of China, Chef Nic (12 道锋味), a food show, has soon since aired on Zhejiang Television in July. A. caught on B. centered around C. split off D.charged with 29.—Excuse me, but may I share your table? —Of course. . A. It's taken B. Be my guest C. Allow me D. Here you are 30.President Xi Jinping made an inspection tour of Beijing Normal University on the eve of Teachers' Day, saying "To become a good teacher, one must have lofty ideals(理想), good , solid knowledge and a kind heart." A. interests B. regulations C. identities D. virtues 31.Chongqing started the first mobile phone sidewalks in China this September for phone users, ridicule(吐槽) on Weibo, China's version of Twitter. A.attracts B.to attract C.attracting D.attracted 32.—He's never been to Paris. — .But I really want to pay a visit to that beautiful city. A. So do I. B.So I have. C. Neither am I. D. Me neither. 33. , students poured out of the school gate. A.School is over B.School was over C.After school is over D.School being over 34.Prime Minister David Cameron said,“?independence will not be a separation but a painful divorce". When the outcome is still up in the air, he made an emaotional speech to Scottish voters to stay together. A.trial; call upon B.attempted; call for C.temporary; call at D.experimental; call off 35.—Seriously, I will give up smoking this time. —I remember that was your doctor's advice years ago. , anyway.

A. No pains, no gains C. Well begun is half done

B. Better late than never D. It's easier said than done

第三部分:完形填空(共 20 小题;每小题 1 分,,满分 20 分) 阅读下面短文,掌握其大意,从各题所给的四个选项(A、B、C 和 D)中,选出可以 填入空白处的最佳选项,并在答题卡上将该项涂黑。 How many times have you been discouraged by obstacles and difficulties? Most of the time, we think that there is some sort of outside force that 36 prevents us from being happy. Well, the truth is -that“ 37 force" you are thinking of is actually your 38 . Yes, your own attitude is 39 may prevent you from achieving fulfillment ( 成 就 感). Although the heart is the lifeline of the body, _ 40 , the brain actually affects your entire being. If you 41 tell yourself that you are not good enough, then eventually, the body does the same. Knowing this, you must 42 condition your consciousness into thinking that you can have a fulfilling life. People around you may sometimes tell you that you cannot do certain things, but who are they to 43 your life journey? If you tell yourself that people often pull you down in an effort to bring you to their (low) level, then you 44 a small victory. Take 45 that the ones who say that you can never be successful are the ones who are 46 in their own lives. Those losers are not supposed to spoil your life. You are only what you 47 yourself to be. Learning to believe in yourself is overcoming 48 .Many people are afraid of trying because they are afraid of failing.Remember the 49 _, and then being able to overcome it is a victory in itself. So you create a strong belief in yourself. 50 your limits, ever if that means more 51 , and condition your spirit into realizing that all these 52 help you achieve your true strength as a person.Once you learn this, you will quickly find that you are able to do much more than you even 53 that you could. The single most important 54 to becoming successful in any area of your life comes clown to the way you think. Spend time every day feeding your mind with powerful education, mindset (思维模式) and knowledge and find other successful people to see what they did that you can start to 55 . 36.A. naturally B. willingly C. unbelievably D. accidentally 37.A. positive B. interesting C. negative D. optimistic 38.A. body B. mind C. heart D. life 39.A. which B. that C. what D. why 40.A. on the other hand B. on the contrary C. as a result D. in a word 41.A. carefully B. rudely C. gently D. unconsciously 42.A. meanwhile B. otherwise C. seldom D. therefore 43.A. continue B. break C. plan D. strike 44.A. decline B. achieve C. expect D. miss 45.A. charge B. control C. part D. note 46.A. unfortunate B. unsuccessful C. unimportant D. unrealistic 47.A. allow B. make C. force D. object 48.A. shame B. mistake C. crisis D. fear

49.A. 50.A. 51.A. 52.A. 53.A. 54.A. 55.A.

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failure Challenge inspiration experience sentenced shelter share

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第四部分:阅读理解(共 15 小题;每小题 2 分,满分 30 分) 阅读下列短文,从短文后各题所给的四个选项(A、B、C 和 D)中,选出最佳选项, 并在答题卡上将该项涂黑。 A Good news for middle and high school students. When it comes to sleeping a little longer, physicians are on your side. On Monday, the American Academy Pediatrics(儿科) announced its recommendation that middle and high schools start at 8:30 a. m. or later. "Doing so will match school schedules to the biological sleep patterns of adolescents," the AAP writes in a press release regarding its new policy statement called “School Start Times for Adolescents" . "Chronic(慢性的) sleep loss in adolescents is one of the most common public health issues in the U.S.today," according to Judith Owens, director of Sleep Medicine at Children's National Health System. "The research is clear that adolescents who get enough sleep have a reduced risk of being overweight or suffering depression, are less likely to be involved in automobile accidents, and have better grades, higher standardized test scores and an overall better quality of life," Owens said in the press release. "Studies have shown that delaying early school start times is one key factor that can help adolescents get the sleep they need to grow and learn." Even before the AAP's announcement, school districts across the country have been rethinking start times. Earlier this year The New York Times wrote about Dos Santos, a student at Rock Bridge High School. When Dos Santos learned that school officials were considering starting school 30 minutes earlier than the existing time, she became worried.The student gathered others to her cause. In the end, school officials decided against the earlier start time. One of the organizations that Dos Santos reached out to for help was Start School Later, a nonprofit organization that focuses on getting public schools to set "healthy school hours." "It's going to take collective action, perhaps on a national scale, to get many districts to take on this issue," Terra Ziporyn Snider, PhD, director and co-founder of Start School Later, told Yahoo Health. "The science is clear, the will to change isn't," she explained. "The reason for that is that community life goes around school schedules, and any suggestion of change - earlier, later, whatever - brings powerful opposition from everyone who fears a change in routine." 56.What can be learned about Start School Later? A. Dr.Snider is director of this nonprofit organization. B. It is a commercial organization belonging to Yahoo Health. C. It helps private schools to set healthy schedules for students.

D. It made a policy called。‘School Start Times for Adolescents". 57.Which of the following is NOT mentioned as benefit from enough sleep? A. Students will enjoy a better life. B. Students might feel less depressed. C. Students may achieve higher grades. D. Students are more likely to be on time for school. 58.What can be inferred from the last paragraph? A. Scientific findings are not convincing. B. Changing school start time is no easy job. C. Most people are willing to change schedules. D. The revolution of school schedules is under way. B Alibaba founder Jack Ma has become China's richest person according to a wealth survey by the. Hurun Report. Mr.Ma tops its annual rich list with a fortune of $25bn,.followed, by Wanda Group chairman Wang Jianlin. Internet billionaires account for five of China's 10 richest people this year, beating property giants(房地产巨头) who have traditionally dominated(占优势) the list, which also includes the head of Tencent, Pony Ma.Other technology giants on the list include the co-founder of Chinese search group Baidu, Robin Li, and the founder of online retailer (零售商) JD.com, Richard Liu. CHINARICH LIST

Hurun Report chairman and chief researcher Rupert Hoogewerf said, "Jack Ma is the 11th Number One we have had in China in the last 16 years, showing the dynamism(活力) of the Chinese economy, and an outstanding reminder of the growth potential that is being realized in the new markets". The Hurun Report's rich list is one of the most closely-watched and accurate assessments of wealth in China. The annual report has been published for the past 16 years. Individuals or families required at least $2. 3bn this year to make it onto the list, which is more than 15 times the amount needed a decade ago. There are a record 354 so-called "dollar billionaires" in China this year, Hurun said, which is a 13% increase from last year.Overall, the total wealth of the l,271 people on the list is worth $1.4tn this year Hurun said it had been "an amazing year" for the online retail and other IT sectors and a “good year” for entertainment, investments, cars, renewable energy, pharmaceuticals(药业) and manufacturing. On the other side, Hurun said it had "been a bad year for steel and shipping" and that real estate(不动产) "could have done a lot worse, bearing in mind the state of the market".

The world's second-largest economy has been slowing down. Its property industry may have 'overheated and that levels of local debt are too high. As a result, the government has taken measures to cool the housing market, which has slowed down for several quarters.Perhaps reflecting this shift, four of the six property giants in last year's top 10 list have dropped down the rankings. 59.According to Rupert Hoogewerf, Jack Ma's being the 11th richest in China in the last 16 years indicates that . A. China will surely have the 12ffi Number One next year B. the growth of China's economy in the last 16 years is incredible C. new markets are providing China with great potential for economic growth D. China has successfully sailed through the global financial crisis started in 2008 60.What is true about the Hurun Report's rich list? A. Accurate assessments lend credit to the rich list. B. Only individual billionaires can make it onto the list. C. The list has been published every other year for 16 years. D.It favors investments and cars rather than steel and shipping. 61.What can be inferred from the changes in the top 10 list during the past two years? A. Property giants are no longer rich due to the shift. B. China has become the world's second-largest economy. C. Internet billionaires traditionally dominated the top 10 list. D. The Government has played a role in the changes of house prices. C Tomorrow’s cities: Sensor networks for the elderly Helge and Kari Farsund, who live in Oslo, Norway, have been a couple for 50 years. Mr Farsund worrked as an engineer, while his wife was an intensive-care nurse at one point serving with the Red Cross in Rwanda, helping victims of the violent war in that country. Three years ago, a personal tragedy struck, when Mrs Farsund was found to have developed Alzheimer's(老年痴 呆). 'As the condition became worse, Mr Farsund began looking for a system that could help both of them live as normal a life as possible. He came across the healthcare technology company Abilia, which has come up with just such a network. At the center \of the system is an iPad-like device. The screen has Skype, which allows carers to regularly check in with patients. It also has a planner for patients or carers to record up-coming events and provides spoken reminders about daily tasks, such as when they need to take medicine. Some l,000 people now have the system installed in their homes, and 25 of them, including the Farsunds, are testing the latest version, which combines the screen with wirelessly connected sensors. The motion sensors know if you are in the room or open a door, and send out alarms, for instance, if the stove(电炉) is left on for more than 15 minutes or a per.son opens a door in the middle of the night. The second is a particular issue in Oslo, where sub-zero winters mean some Alzheimer's patients are freezing to death. "With.this kind of system, it allows people to take care of themselves, which is the most important thing," says vice president Oystein Johnsen. For him, any move to improve city life needs to begin with people. "Smart cities are coming and they need to start with individuals in

their own home," he says. "It also saves the govemment money. In Norway it cost£100,000 per year to have someone in a home, while this system costs 15,000. That is a lot of money to save." 62.Which section of BBC news is most likely to.include this passage? A. Health. B. Technology. C. Entertainment. D. Business. 63.The case of Helge and Kari Farsund in the first paragraph serves to . A.introduce the main topic B. expose a social problem C. show sympathy to the elderly D. arouse medical workers' interest 64.Which of the following functions can all be performed by the system? ① To warn people of possible dangers. ② To help check in with patients. ③ To offer people some medicine. ④ To cure people of Alzheimer's. ⑤ To remind people of daily tasks. ⑥ To play movies like an iPad. A.②③⑤ B.①④⑥ C.③④⑤ D.①②⑤ 65.According to the last paragraph, Oystein Johnsen will approve that . A.the system should reduce its cost B.smart cities should be human-based C.mass production is still impossible D.individuals are responsible for future D "I left Tangier, my birthplace, the 13th of June 1325 with the intention of making the pilgrimage(朝圣) to Mecca... to leave all my friends both female and male, to abandon my home as birds abandon their nests." So begins an old manuscript(手稿) in a library in Paris- the travel journal of Ibn Battuta. Almost two centuries before Columbus, Ibn Battuta set off for Mecca, returning home three decades later as one of history's great travelers. Driven by curiosity, he journeyed to remote comers of the Islamic world, traveling through 44 modern countries, three times as far as Marco Polo. Little celebrated in the West, his name is well known among Arabs. In his hometown of Tangier, a square, a hotel, a cafe, a ferry boat, and even a hamburger are named after him. Ibn Battuta stayed in Mecca as a student for several years, but the urge to travel soon took over. In one adventure, he traveled to India seeking profitable employment with the sultan of Delhi.On the way, he described his group being attacked in the open country by 80 men on foot, and two horsemen. "We fought? killing one of their horsemen and about twelve of the foot soldiers? I was hit by an arrow and my horse by another, but God in his grace preserved me? ". In Delhi, the sultan gave him the position of judge, based on his prior study at Mecca. But the sultan had an unpredictable character, and Ibn Battuta looked for an opportunity to leave. When the sultan offered to finance a trip to China, he agreed. Ibn Battuta set off in three ships, but misfortune struck while he was still on the shore. A sudden storm grounded and broke up two ships, scattering treasure and drowning many people and horses. As he watched, the third ship with all his belongings and slaves (one carrying his child) , was carried out to sea and never heard from again. After a lifetime of incredible adventures, Ibn Battuta was finally ordered by the sultan of Morocco to return home to share his wisdom with the world. Fortunately, he agreed and wrote a book that has been translated into numerous languages, allowing people everywhere to read about his unparalleled journeys. 66.What is the main topic of the article? A.Visitors to Mecca. B.A great travel joumal.

C.Ibn Barttuta and the sultan. D.Ibn Battuta and adventures. 67.Which word below might share similar meaning with the underlined word "prior' ? A.formal B.flexible C.former D.final 68.What is Ibn Battuta's main character reflected in this article? A.optimistic B.sympathetic C. submitted D. committed 69.It can be inferred from the text that . A.Ibn wasn't fond of the sultan of Delhi B.Ibn never liked ancient China C.Ibn was a good friend of Marco Polo D.Ibn dedicated the book to his child 70.What brought Ibn Battuta finally back to his motherland? A. His love for the country. B. His faith in God. C. His plan to write a book. D. His sultan's order. 第二卷(非选择题,共 35 分) 第五部分:任务型阅读(共 10 小题;每小题 1 分,满分 10 分) 阅读下面短文,根据所读内容在文章后表格中的空格里填上一个最恰当的单词。 注意:请将答案写在答题卡上。 DO you want to be more courageous? Bravery isn't something you're born with-you acquire it-over time as you gain life experiences. You can practice being brave by acting on what your heart tells you to do and challenging yourself with new experiences, even when you're afraid. 1. Admit that you're scared. Bravery doesn't mean that you're never afraid-it Means that you're'-afraid; but you’ll move forward. Try these tips for acknowledging.Your fear. Say it out loud,.Verbalizing what you're afraid of can bring it out into the open and make it seem more ordinary. You don't have to say it to anyone else, just to yourself. Accept that everything is risky. All the things you do in a day-from getting out of bed to eating dinner - carry some level of risk. But that doesn't stop you from living your life. Why should what you're afraid of stop you, either? Focus on what you can control. You can't help being afraid of something-it's an emotional response you can't change. However, you can control what you do about it.Focus on your actions, not your involuntary responses. 2.Find a role model. If you're having a hard time seeing your way out of a situation, try modeling your behavior after someone else who's faced adversity(逆境).Not only can this give you a good dose of perspective ("Wow, at least my problem isn't as bad as that'’) ,it might inspire you to be more courageous. Look for a role model among people you already know. If you feel comfortable enough, consider asking them how they dealt with situations that required bravery. Read about brave historical figures. Look up the life stories of people who are noted for facing adversity with bravery, such as Theodore Roosevelt, Harriet Tubman or Joan of Arc, freedom fighters, etc. 3. Make a decision。 If you're facing a situation that might mean making a brave but difficult decision, take some time to think it over. If you feel strongly about what needs to be done, you can use that to help increase your cour4ge in the moment. Ask yourself: Is this the right thing to do? The right thing isn't always the easiest, nor the most popular.Rely on your conscience to help you decide. Is this. the only way to settle the situation? Consider whether there's a way to get around your problem.Is there a workaround(变通)you haven't thought of yet?

Are you prepared to face the consequences? If the action you're about to do has huge consequences, take an extra second to think about it.If the worst thing happened, would you be able to handle it? 4.Don't think – act。 After a certain point, it's better if you stop thinking of what you are are about to do and just do it. Take a deep breath, try to clear your mind, and go forward with what you've already decided on. Try not to hesitate, and focus on just getting through it.\

第六部分:书面表达(满分 25 分) 阅读下面段落,根据阅读内容,按照要求写一篇 150 词左右的英语短文。 It's show time! China’s TV channels have ever been full of various shows since the craze for Super Girl in 2004. Regarding voice as the only ruler, The Voice of China quickly became popular around Chinese mainland and topped a league of all shows broadcast by the country's local TV stations. Its popularity also drew record advertising, the final episode (集) attracting an ad spend of 500,000 yuan per second. Plus, the episodes of If You Are the One(非诚勿扰), both hot and controversial,became an instant hit,proving that dating shows can be entertaining and mainstream at the same time. Another TV show Where Are We Going, Dad? produced by Hunan Satellite Television, has been wowing (使??叫好) audiences across the nation, filling the Internet with heated discussions about the father's figure. 【写作内容】 1.用约 30 个英语单词写出上文概要; 2.用约 120 个英语单词就各类“秀”节目谈谈你的看法,内容包括: (1)探究节目受到追捧的原因; (2)分析节目存在的潜在问题; (3)请你对改进节目提出至少两点建议。 【写作要求】 1.作文应涵盖写作内容所有要点,可以适度发挥; 2.可以参考阅读材料的内容,但不得直接引用原文中的句子; 3.不得提及有关考生个人身份的任何信息,如校名、人名等。 【参考词汇】 1.选秀节目 talent show

2.真人秀 reality show 注意:请将作文撰写在答题卡上。


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