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武邑中学 2014-2015 高三一轮复习单元检测题 36
第二部分 阅读理解(共两节。满分加分) 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,并在答题卡上将该项 涂黑。 A Humans aren’t the only ones getting a buzz from coffe

e. can improve memory among honeybees and lead to better pollination(授粉).According to a recent study published in the journal Science. The study was conducted by a team of researchers at Newcastle University in the United Kingdom.They found that the nectar(花蜜)of some flowers,such as those from grapefruit and lemon plants,as well as certain coffee flowers,contains low doses of caffeine.To get bees to feed on these flowers,the team trained the insects to associate food with the smell of the flowers.They also trained another group of bees to feed on nectar from flowers that were sweetened with a sugar, but did not contain caffeine.After 24 hours,the bees trained on caffeinated flowers returned to these plants three times as often as those trained on the sweetened flowers returned to the uncaffeinated plants. Professor Geraldine Wright led the researchers.“Remembering floral traits(花部特 征)is difficult for bees to perform at a fast pace as they fly from flower to flower and we found that a statement. Improved memory led to the better pollination. That’s because once bees sip the caffeine nectar, they continue to look for more coffee plants to pollinate.This also suggests that caffeine plays a role in improving the bees’ability to search for food. Researchers found that caffeine’s effect on the bee brain is similar to its effect on mammals. “The change is similar to that produced by caffeine in neurons(神经元)associated with learning and memory in the rat brain,”Wright said. Bee populations have declining since 2007.The dramatic drop in the insects’numbers has serious effects for ecosystems and the farming industry . Bees are needed in the reproduction of crops and spreading wild flower species.Understanding what keeps bees buzzing could help to make sure that the insects are able to remember and pollinate their favorite flowers. 21.Which of the following is mentioned in the passage?
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caffeine helps the bee remember where the flowers are,”Wright said in

A.Caffeine has no effect on the rat brain. C.The nectar of lemon plants contains caffeine. flowers.

B. Bee population has been increasing. D.Bees dislike nectar from sweetened

22.After reading the passage,John,who works in the farming industry, will probably feel __________. A.annoyed B.angry C.nervous D.excited 23.Which of the following relationship is correct according to the passage? A.improved memory—caffeine nectar—better pollination B.caffeine nectar—improved memory—better pollination C.improved memory—better pollination—caffeine nectar D.caffeine nectar—better pollination—improved memory 24.What section of a newspaper may this passage be taken from? A.Science B.Education C.Culture D.Sports B The Best of Alaska Nothing evokes(唤起)Alaska like a whale exploding out of the water or an eagle pulling a and silver fish from the river .Combine these images with high mountains,brilliant icebergs wonderful meals and you really do have the Best of Alaska! Join us for an unforgettable Highlights: JUNEAU:Juneau, the state capital,is rich in culture and scenic beauty.It is here that we start and end our trip. HAINES:Haines is a small community located along the fjords(海湾).The natural beauty and expansive wilderness found here have made Haines a premier center for adventure in Alaska. ALASKA INDIAN ARTS : Alaska Indian Arts is a nonprofit corporation dedicated to the preservation and continuation of traditional native craft and culture of the Northwest Native Tribes.We spend a few hours learning carving, native beading(玻璃珠)and culture from these master artists. SKAGWAY:Skagway is a lively town,which still reflects its gold rush roots and contains colorful shops.In Skagway, we stop by the Klondike Gold Rush National Park Visitor's Center and ride the White Pass Yukon Route Railway. GUSTAVUS : Gustavus is the gateway to Glacier Bay National Park .We’II stay at a comfortable lodge here for two nights.This will be the base for both the whale-watching excursion and a full day cruise in Glacier Bay.
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7-day excursion(远足)to the last frontier!

DATES/PRICES: May 15,June 17,July 16,August 14. 7 days—$3500, including lodging, all meals, excursions, guides, park fees, sales taxes, and transportation between Juneau,Skagway, Haines,and Gustavus.Not included:Alcohol, personal items,airfare to and from Juneau. Contact: E-mail:info@alaskamountainguides.com Call:800—766—3396 Write:Alaska Mountain Guides &Climbing School P.O.Box 1081,Haines AK 99827 25.According to the advertisement, the participants of the excursion_________. A.will spend one day experiencing the local culture at Alaska Indian Arts B.can contact Alaska Mountain Guides & Climbing School by email or fax C.are able to experience some adventurous activities in Haines D.can get lots of traditional native artworks free of charge 26.You can feel the history of the local place at______. A.Juneau B.Skagway C.Haines D.Gustavus B.the Klondike Gold Rush National Park D.the Northwest Native Tribes B.A full day cruise in Glacier Bay. D.Flying from Juneau to his hometown. C Kenji Croman has broken his bones,his shoulder and elbow, and nearly drowned several times.He’s also had three close encounters with sharks over the years.A 10-foot wave landed directly on top of him five years ago,bending his body to the point that he actually kicked himself in the head.”I literally heard every bone in my body crack.”he said. Croman has been photographing ocean waves since 2008,sometimes risking his life to get that perfect shot at the surf break.Despite the risks and certain injuries that come with wave photography, the Hawaii resident,body surfer and former competitive swimmer wouldn’t do anything else. The 36-year-old photographer loves the thrill of meeting breaking waves head on,shooting waves as his interest and shooting surfers to pay the bills. The process of photographing waves requires more than just swimming out to where the
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27.You can watch a whale exploding out of the water at______. A.Glacier Bay National Park C.the White Pass Yukon

28.Which of the following is a participant required to pay additional fees? A.Going from Gustavus to Juneau by train. C.Having the last supper at Juneau.

surf breaks and waiting,he says.The night before a photo shoot Croman checks Surfline.com, a website and the coastal camera network that provides live and predicted ocean weather information,to see what the winds,waves and tide will be like at certain times.Croman has both a primary camera and a backup for emergencies.He goes without a wetsuit and uses heavy duty underwater housing to protect his camera.There is no great way for him to protect himself.He admits there are probably protective clothes he should be wearing,but there is little he could have done to decrease the impact of the 10-foot wave that crashed on top of him. The hardest part of Croman’s job is staying calm in the face of breaking waves when his initial reaction is to panic and swim away.At most.Croman will take two to three shots of a single wave .”I've shot waves for so many years now that I see the wave in slow movement,”he said. 29.What do we know about Kenji Croman’s job from the first paragraph? A.It is a game of death. C.It requires patience. A. By taking swimming races. C.By shooting surfers. B.It is full of mysteries. D.It calls for courage. B.By teaching photography. D.By surfing waves.

30.How does Kenji Croman make a living?

31.Why does Kenji Croman check the websites like Surfline.com? A.To get better prepared for shooting.B.To predict something about weather. C.To learn more about surfing waves.D.To buy better equipment for safety. 32.What would be the best title of the text? A.Taking adventures around the ocean C.Making preparations for life risks D Robots that can chat, find misplaced glasses, draw aeroplanes and play with your children are attracting thousands of visitors during an expo in Tokyo as Japan adapts to changes Robots,such as the sound.sensitive Chapit,answer simple questions and even joke with people to help them fight loneliness and stay alert in old age. Japan has one of the world’s fastest-ageing societies and the government predicts that by 2050 the proportion of people over 65 will reach 40 percent.”Many older people in Japan live alone and have no one to talk to,”said Kazuya Kitamura representative of the expo organizer.“Communication robots accompany people and don’t mind listening to the
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B.Risking his life for the perfect wave D.Appreciating breaking waves in danger

in society.

same stories over and over again.” Matsumoto’s“Personal Mobility Robot,”equipped with four cameras and a sensor to recognize the user's centre of gravity, is designed to help elderly move around without pressing buttons. using joysticks(操纵杆)or rotating wheels as in traditional wheelchairs. The robot can also help find misplaced glasses by identifying them with a sensor. Other robots, such as the award-winning“DiGRO”can support busy parents who have little time to play with their children.The robot can use the Internet to find a simple image and then draw pictures,keeping children company while parents work. While Chapit,a relatively simple robot,managed to attract a corporate partner many researchers,such as Kiyoshi Matsumoto,a professor at the University of Tokyo,struggle to attract sponsors for more expensive projects. “We have developed a robot that can assist many people,but we still haven’t found a sponsor,”said Matsumoto,who added that the cost of the machine,if mass-produced, would be comparable to that of a car.”In the current economic environment there are few companies willing to invest in such a costly project,”he said. 33.It can be inferred from the text that_______. A.many children lack love from parents demand C.robots are the most useful to children A.Japan is suffering economy depression C.the production of robots costs a lot A.Unsatisfied. B.Doubtful. D.robots do better than people in healthcare B.the robots are of poor design D.the future market is worrying 34.It is difficult to find sponsors for robots because______. B.robots helpful to the old will be in great

35.What is the author’s attitude towards the robots referred to? C.Favorable. D.Regretful. 第二节(共 5 小题;每小题 2 分,满分 10 分) May the first is an important date in the college admission process in the United States.This is the last day for high school seniors to accept or reject offers of admission in the fall.But according to a recent report,there is a great change.Acceptance rates at the top colleges this year were lower than ever.36 . These days,college applicants are applying to more colleges because online and common applications make the process easier. 37 On the other hand,deciding students for top colleges to accept can be difficult because it takes much time.Students may not like being put on waiting lists.Also,common colleges work more to get the students they accept to accept them.Some colleges hold visiting days that offer a chance to attend classes and
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stay overnight.Some universities send gifts. 38 For many families,the most important thing colleges can do is show them the money, especially this year;the weak economy makes parents nervous. 39.The recent problems that spread from the housing market to credit markets have even affected student’s loans.So lately,top schools have to spare lots of money to increase their financial aid for students. 40.The Education Department expects the number of high school graduates to start to go down.This will happen as the last of the children of the baby boom generation finish A.Besides,top colleges are facing changes in the population. B.What contributes to it? C.But a mistake can be costly if it happens. D.But top colleges ignore them. E.They have international students who know English. F.It can mean several acceptances to choose from. G.They cannot afford college as planned. 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) When studying in Australia, do not worry about understanding the local language.General English programs are offered to help you 41 English . As a General English 42 at Greenwich College,I will tell you what you can learn from these programs. I teach English at all levels from 43 to advanced.My classes usually 44 with a fun activity.We play vocabulary and grammar 45 .Sometimes we listen to Australian 46 and decide if we like the lyrics(歌词).After we have all 47 up,we move onto the grammar or vocabulary of the day.We 48 it through writing or speaking. We 49 on our other skills(reading,writing or listening)in the afternoon,and use these skills to better understand the grammar or vocabulary. 50,at the end of the day, we talk about 51 to live and work in Australia.We discuss the problems, 52 how to understand different accents.new words and make new friends.If there are any problems,we help each other, offering advice and 53 . General English also offers 54 classes to improve your speaking ability.We offer special grammar and conversation classes,as well as a movie club! You can also come with us to the Opera House,the beach,the zoo or even to a museum. If you feel 55 about using your spoken English,don’t worry! Everyone feels the 56. So, in General English we have activities that 57 you talking to classmates, excursions(远 足)that 58 your confidence,and student parties that help you talk to others. It's a great way to 59 all you English skills as well as have a fantastic 60 . Maybe I’ll see you in my class soon. 41.A.test B.grasp C.cover D. teach
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high schoo1.The number is not expected to start rising again until 2015.

42.A.student 43.A.beginners 44.A.deal 45.A.toys 46.A.songs 47.A.turned 48.A.catch 49.A.depend 50.A.Firstly 51.A.why 52.A.including 53.A.house 54.A.1istening 55.A.nervous 56.A.opposite 57.A.take 58.A.build 59.A.value 60.A.feeling

B.worker C.teacher D. guide B.1earners C.courses D. subjects B.work C.compete D.start B.sports C.games D. music B.dialogues C.news D. reports B.shut C.looked D.warmed B.practice C.appreciate D.enjoy B.keep C.focus D.base B.Secondly C.Thirdly D.Finally B.how C.when D.whether B.remaining C.deciding D.judging B.disadvantage C.support D.challenge B.writing C.accent D. reading B.comfortable C.excited D.proud B.fixed C.same D.forced B.imagine C.get D. remind B.catch C.appreciate D. draw B.improve C.instruct D. arrange B.thought C.adventure D. experience 第 II 卷(非选择题 50 分)

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。 The Internet is an 61_____ (amaze)information resource . Students , teachers , and researchers use it as 62______ investigative too1.Journalists use it to find information for stories . Doctors use it to learn more about unfamiliar diseases and the 63_____ (1ate)medical development.Ordinary people use it 64____ shopping,banking,bill-paying, and communicating with family and friends.People all over the world use it to connect with individuals from 65_____ countries and cultures.However, while there are many positive developments 66_______ (associate)with the Internet,there are also certain fears and 67_______ appears on the 68 ______ concerns . One concern relates to a lack of control over

Internet . With television and radio there are editors to check the accuracy or appropriateness of the content of programs , and with television there are (restrict)on other aspects, for example, what kinds of programs can 69 ______(broadcast)and at what time of the day. With the Internet, parents cannot check a published guide to determine what is suitable for their children 70______ (see). 第四部分 写作(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) Dear schoolmates, In order to get high school students to attaching importance to the environment and raise our awareness to protect the environment,and China Daily is planning to hold an interest knowledge contest.A contest starts on October 14th and end on 31 st.Remember, you can take the contest in China Daily newspaper, that is very popular among high school student.The answer sheet must cut from the newspaper and sent to China Daily after the deadline. Please pay more attention to the related information of the contest and take an active part in them on time. Students’ Union 第二节 书面表达(满分 25 分) 假如你是李华,从报纸上看到中老年英语培训机构 Mid.Senior ESCH 面向高中毕业生招聘暑期 兼职辅导员,负责学员课间服务事项。请根据下面的广告内容用英语写一份求职信。 ASSISI ANTS WANTED Valuable chances ale open for high school graduates who are good at English.Their work is to tend the senior students during the break. Requirements attached: 1.Good at English. 2.Experienced priority. Contact us by e-mail:midesch@163.com. 注意: 1.短文词数 100 字左右; 2.不能使用真实姓名和学校名称; Dear Sir/Madam,

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Yours sincerely, Li Hua

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