四川省成都市高新区 2015 届高三英语 9 月月考试题
全卷分第 I 卷（选择题）和第 II 卷（非选择题）两部分。考试时间 120 分钟，满分 150 分。 注意事项： 1．答第 I 卷前，考生务必将自己的姓名、考籍号、考试科目涂写在答题卡上。 2．每小题选出答案后，用 2B 铅笔把答题卡上对应题目的答案标号涂黑。如需改动，用橡皮 擦干净后，再选涂其他答案标号。不能
答在试卷上。 3．答非选择题时，必须将 0.5 毫米黑色签字笔，将答案书写在答题卷规定的位置上。 4．考试结束时，监考人只将答题卡和答题卷收回。
选择题（共 90 分）
第一部分 英语知识运用（共两节，满分 40 分） 第一节 语法和词汇知识（共 10 小题；每小题 1 分，满分 10 分） 从 A、B、C、D 四个
选项中，选出可填入空白处的最佳选项，并在答题卡上将该项涂黑。 1．A few stars from the entertainment industry, such as Ke Zhendong and Fang zuming, have recently been arrested, which shows that drug taking is becoming _____ increasingly serious threat to society. A. the C. a B. an D. 不填
2．Peter, though a green hand, has earned not only the trust of his fellow workers but also ________ of his boss. A．one C．that B．ones D．those
3．Life is like riding a bicycle. _____ your balance, you must keep moving. A. To keep C. Being kept B. Keeping D. Having kept
4．Only after one loses something ________ how precious it is. A．he will realize C．he has realized B．will he realize D．has he realized
5．No student ________ go out of the school campus after 10：00 at night without permission according to the school regulations. A. shall C. should B. must D. would
6．In my opinion, ________ matters is whether we can win together as a team instead of individuals.
7．A big earthquake hit Ludian in Yunnan, ________ many deaths and injuries and a big loss of property. A. to cause C. causing B. caused D. having caused
8．If you find yourself ______ no one will help you, please call me. A. which C. where B. when D. what
9．A new product must be _________ before it comes into use. A. given out C. put out B. tried out D. made out
10. --- Could I ask you a rather personal question? --- Of course, _________. A. go ahead C. pardon me B. good idea D. don’t mention it
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、C 和 D）中，选出可填入空白处的最佳选项，并在答题卡上将 该项涂黑。 People say one man's trash(垃圾) is another man's treasure. That to me as I ago. After Dad was 14 , we looked around the 16 17 15 house where we grew up and that Dad loved so much. At first we felt so so many of their generation, my parents generation, we faced anxious 19 my parents ever saw, I also 18 20 all the stuff(东西) left. Like everything. And like many in my in 1996. My father left the house 13 11 comes 12 the house purchased in 1962 by my parents. My mother passed away my sister and me when he died a few months
about what to abandon and what to keep. many hidden treasures. Mom's pocketbook was 21 her hairbrush with hair,
As we started throwing out old phone books and every medical bill from every in their bedroom closet, which had everything in it, world traveler, during the war 24 22
as if she were still here. And Dad, who was a World War II veteran(退伍兵) and a everything ----- from little spoons from all over the world 23 . The letters he wrote 25 our his thoughts as a young man. Later, in the basement, I to every letter he wrote to his parents while in the
old kitchen table, which brought back breakfast together.
of my parents and sister and me having
I'm realizing all these things 27 my parents' life journey. Each time I go to 28 , I find something that reminded me of my childhood or teaches me something about my parents I 29 knew. 30 11. A. coincidence 12. A. looked for 13. A. to 14. A. retired 15. A. clean 16. A. pleased with disappointed at 17. A. saved 18. A. decisions responsibilities] 19. A. person 20. A. bought 21. A. just 22. A. liked 23. A. countryside 24. A. receive 25. A. repaired 26. A. introductions communications 27. A. represented 28. A. the supermarket 29. A. merely 30. A. Everything B. recognized B. church B. always B. Nothing C. instructed C. my office C. really C. Anything D. confirmed D. the house D. never D. Something B. doctor B. discovered B. even B. bought B. school B. direct B. cleaned B. memories C. neighbor C. buried C. only C. kept C. college C. sense C. spotted C. descriptions D. D. lost D. army D. describe D. set D. child D. lost D. yet B. enjoyed B. bargains C. purchased C. challenges D. D. designed B. goal B. for B. ill B. strange B. familiar with , from the shabby furniture to all the hidden C. principle C. with C. gone C. empty C. astonished at D. thought D. looked after D. by D. injured D. modern] D. treasures, means more to me than all the money in the world. B. looked through C. looked into
第二部分 阅读理解(共两节，满分 50 分) 第一节 阅读下列短文 (共 20 小题；每小题 2 分，满分 40 分) 阅读下列短文，从各题 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 Owning a personal island is a luxurious treat one can imagine. New Holland Island $400 million, 18 acres
Roman Abramovich Investment Banker Located in Saint Petersburg Canal in Russia, the island takes its name after its resemblance to areas in Amsterdam. The owner plans to turn it into a cultural center. The new look of this island is expected to be revealed in another six years. Musha Cay Island $150 million, 700 acres David Copperfield Famous magician World-famous magician David Copperfield has developed the island located in the southern part of Bahamas into a magical resort (度假胜地) with adventures, treasure hunts, luxurious apartments, and water sports. All these, for $32,250 a night! Mago Island $10 million, 5,400 acres Mel Gibson Actor Interestingly, this island is almost the size of a small country! Mel Gibson does not plan on developing it into a resort, thus keeping its natural beauty. Mosquito Island $15 million, 120 acres Richard Branson Investor This island is rich in eco-diversity and is also one of the rich rainforest places. Branson plans to make this island the most eco-friendly and develop the biodiversity (生物多样性) of this island. James Island $19 million, 780 acres Craig McCaw Cell phone pioneer Craig McCaw plans to develop the island, but not at the cost of losing its natural beauty. Smoking is banned on the island, and only electric bikes or cars are used for transport. All power lines are laid underground. The island also has a golf course designed by the excellent golf champion Jack Nicklaus. Allan Island $13.5 million, 292 acres Paul Allen
Investor The island is reportedly named after a hero, and Paul Allen plans on building a vacation home here. However, his vacation home was built on another island nearby. So, the Allan Island now has only a caretaker’s small house without electricity. And it is up for sale. Hands anybody? 31. The island which has been developed now belongs to a(n) ____________. A. investment banker B. famous magician C. actor 32. How many acres does the cheapest island of the six cover? A. 120. B. 700. C. 780. D. 5,400. 33. Who will be potential visitors to the James Island? A. Those who like adventures and treasure hunts. B. Those who like rich cultural atmosphere. C. Those who long to live in a luxurious apartment. D. Those who agree with the environmentalists’ ideas. 34. If you want to buy a personal island, you should pay a visit to _____________. A. the Mago Island C. the Allan Island B. the Mosquito Island D. the James Island B Last week I was riding my special motorbike and then stopped at a convenience store. As I was getting my wheelchair off the back, a man watched me from his car and I noticed a wheelchair in his back seat. We spoke for a moment and I asked him about the wheelchair. He answered that it was for his daughter. “Well, do you think she would like to go for a ride on my motorbike with me?” I asked. He seemed shocked that a total stranger would ask him this. He thought about it for a second and said, “OK, as long as I can follow you.” He introduced me to Amy and he sat her on my back seat. Her father followed me for a few miles and she talked non-stop about what she wanted for Christmas. As we came back to the convenience store, she said, “This ride is the best Christmas present I could ever receive. I have been in a wheelchair my whole life and didn’t know I could do this.” I told her about some of the other things I do (ski, travel the world by myself, etc.). As her father was taking her off my bike, she turned to him and said, “Oh Daddy, I’m going to be OK. Mr. Bryant does all kinds of things, and I will too.” Her father turned away as a tear of joy rolled down his cheek. He hugged me and said, “I was sitting here praying for a gift for Amy that would encourage her. She often felt that her life was dull compared to other children. God answered my prayer just now. Now I pray that God will bless you for your gift to Amy today.” I believed what he said. Being kind and thoughtful to others, D. investor
we can be an answer to prayer. 35. How did the father feel at first when the author invited his daughter for a ride? A. He was happy because his daughter could gain excitement. B. He felt surprised because he didn’t know the author. C. He was moved because the author offered to help his daughter. D. He felt nervous because he was worried about his daughter’s safety. 36. What can we know about the author? A. He was a disabled man. store. C. He often helped people who were in trouble. A. used to be a completely healthy person B. was not allowed to do some fierce sports C. usually felt sad about life due to her disability D. was unwilling to communicate with a stranger 38. What did the author’s gift refer to according to the girl’s father? A. The motorbike. ride. C A small piece of fish each day may keep the heart doctor away. That’s the finding of a study of Dutch men in which deaths from heart disease were more than 50 percent lower among those who consumed at least an ounce of salt-water fish per day compared to those who never ate fish. The Dutch research is one of three human studies that give strong scientific support to the long held belief that eating fish can provide health benefits, particularly to the heart. Heart disease is the number-one killer in the United States, with more than 550,000 deaths occurring from heart attacks each year. But previous research has shown that the level of heart disease is lower in cultures that consume more fish than Americans do. There are fewer heart disease deaths, for example, among the Eskimos of Greenland, who consume about 14 ounces of fish a day, and among the Japanese, whose daily fish consumption averages more than 3 ounces. For 20 years, the Dutch study followed 852 middle-aged men, 20 percent of whom ate no fish. At the start of the study, average fish consumption was about two-thirds of an ounce each day, with more men eating lean fish than fatty fish. During the next two decades, 78 of the men died from heart disease. The fewest deaths were among the group who regularly ate fish, even at levels far lower than those of the Japanese or Eskimos. This relationship was true regardless of other factors such as age, high blood pressure, or blood cholesterol（胆固醇）levels. 39. In which section of a newspaper can we read this passage? A. Ads B. Movies C. Briefs D. Health and Diet B. The wheelchair. C. The blessing. D. The D. He usually drove too fast. 37. According to the passage, the girl ____________. B. He worked in a convenience
40. The passage is mainly about _________. A. the high incidence of heart disease in some countries B. the changes in people’s diet C. the effect of fish eating on people’s health D. the daily fish consumption of people in different cultures 41. The phrase “this relationship” in paragraph 6 refers to the connection between ____ and the level of heart disease. A. the amount of fish eaten B. regular fish-eating C. the kind of fish eaten D. people of different areas 42. From the passage we know the author is most probably ___________. A. a heart doctor B. a science researcher C. a supporter of healthy eating D. a university student D Without most people realizing it, there has been revolution in office work over the last ten years. Before that time, large computers were only used by large rich companies that could afford the investment. With the advancement of technology, small computers have come onto the market which are capable of doing the work which used to be done by much larger and expensive computers, so now most smaller companies can use them. The main development in small computers has been in the field of word processor system, or WPS as they are often called. 40% of British offices are now estimated to have a word processor and this percentage is growing fast. There are many advantages in using a word processor for both secretary and manager. The secretary is freed from a lot of daily work, such as retyping letters and storing papers. He or she can use this time to do other more interesting work for the boss. From a manager's point of view, secretarial time is being made better use of and money can be saved by doing daily jobs automatically outside office hours. But is it all good? If a lot of daily secretarial work can be done automatically, surely this will mean that fewer secretaries will be needed. Another worry is the increasing medical problems related to work with visual display units (显示器). The unease of a slow loss of sight among people using word processors seems to have risen greatly. It is also feared that if a woman works at a VDU for long hours, the unborn child in her body might be killed. Safety screens to put over a VDU have been invented but few companies in England bother to buy them. Whatever the arguments for and against word processors, they are a key feature of this revolution in office practice. 43. Ten years ago, large computers were only used by large companies because _________. A. small companies did not have enough money to buy such expensive computers B. large computers could not do the work that small companies can do today
C. large computers did not come onto the market D. small companies did not need to use this new technology 44. According to the writer, the main progress made in office work over the last ten years is ________. A. the saving of time and money companies C. the wide use of word processors secretaries 45 We can infer from the passage that with the use of word processors, _________. A. some secretaries will lose their jobs B. all jobs can be done automatically outside office hours C. medical problems related to work with a VDU must have increased D. the British companies will make less money 46. Which of the following statements is NOT true? A. There are both advantages and disadvantages in using a word processor. B. The British companies care much for the health of the people using word processors. C. The technology in the field of computers has been greatly advanced over the last ten years. D. Using word processors, secretaries can get more time to do more interesting work for their bosses. E Monitoring the mood of a pet dog could be used as an early warning sign that an elderly owner is struggling to cope, a new report has claimed. Researchers placed movement sensors (探测器) on dogs to track their behaviour and identified 17 distinct activities, including chewing, barking, sitting and digging. This allowed them to map the normal behaviour of a healthy, happy dog, which means any changes can be monitored and could indicate an issue with their owner. Nils Hammerla, part of the team from Newcastle University, said, “Humans and dogs have lived together in close relationships for thousands of years, which has led to strong emotional and social mutual bonds.” “A dog’s physical and emotional dependence on their owner means that their well-being is likely to reflect that of their owner. Any changes such as the dog being walked less often, perhaps not being fed regularly, or simply demonstrating “unhappy” behaviour could be an early indicator for families that an older relative needs help. This is the first system of its kind which allows us to remotely monitor a dog’s behaviour in its natural setting.” D. the decreasing number of B. the use of computers in big
The team of academics, who presented their findings at the 2013 UbiComp conference in Zurich, created a hi-tech, waterproof (防水的) dog collar for the study. Dr Cas Ladha, who led the study, said: “A lot of our research is focused on developing intelligent systems that can help older people to live independently for longer. But developing a system that reassures family and carers that an older relative is well without intruding on (侵犯) the individual’s privacy is difficult. This is just the first step but the idea behind this research is that it would allow us to support people without the need for cameras.” A range of dogs was used for the study, as the team needed to map distinct behaviours that correlated between different breeds. 47. From the text, we know that Nils Hammerla ____________. A. led the study and identified 17 activities of dogs B. thinks some activities of dogs can reflect senior owners’ health C. studied the relationship between humans and animals D. developed a hi-tech, waterproof dog collar 48 The underlined word “reassure” in Paragraph 7 probably means ____________. A. protect the text? A. It can indicate that people aren’t well. B. It can identify different activities of dogs. C. It monitors an elderly owner without disturbing his privacy. D. It lets people see the dog’s behavior clearly. 50. Which of the following could be the best title for the text? A. Dogs’ mood can be an indicator of owners’ health B. Strong bonds between dogs and their senior owners C. Signs that your older relative needs help D. A special way of taking care of the old 第二节 对话理解(共 5 小题；每小题 2 分，满分 10 分) 根据对话内容， 从对话后方框内的选项中选出能填入空白处的最佳选项， 并将其标号填 写在答题卷相应题号的横线上。选项中有两项多余选项。 — Oh，Christina，is that you？How have you been？ — I've been okay. I've just been busy with school. We really should get together and have a chat. 51 — I'd love to，but I'm leaving for Miami at 8 tonight because my brother is getting married on Saturday morning. B. comfort C. warn D. recognize 49. Which of the following is an advantage of the intelligent system mentioned in
I hope that you have a nice time there.
— Well，what are you doing now？Maybe we can go to the coffee shop and chat for a while. — I really wish I could， 53 — Tennis courts？ 54 55 — I'm taking tennis lesson. My roommate is on a tennis team and she's gotten me interested in the sports. I'll join you in taking lessons. — OK. Just give me a call when you get back. — I'll. — A little，but I haven't played for years. When I come back from my trip，
A. I didn't know you could play tennis. B. but I'm on my way to the tennis courts. C. Give him my best wishes！ D. Do you know how to play？ E. Have a good time！ F. How about joining me for dinner tonight？ G. Do you play well？
第 II 卷
非选择题（共 60 分）
注意事项： 以下各题必须使用 0.5 毫米黑色签字笔， 将答案书写在答题卷规定的位置上。 第三部分 写作（共三节，满分 60 分） 第一节 阅读表达（共 5 小题；每小题 2 分，满分 10 分）阅读下面短文并回答问题， 然后将答案写到答题卷相应的位置上（请注意每题的词数要求） 。 There are a number of special days of the year that are celebrated in different countries. One of the most popular of these, even though it is fairly recent, is Mother’s Day. Mothers have always been highly regarded in all cultures. The Ancient Romans had a festival known as Hilaria, during which children took presents to the temple of the “Mother of the Gods”. The Christian Church adopted this idea and called it Mothering Sunday. However, over the years the custom was gradually forgotten and almost disappeared by the end of the 19
Born in 1864 in Virginia, USA, Anna Jarvis was a school teacher and believed children should show gratitude to their mothers for all their love and care.
Encouraged by a friend, she wrote to thousands of important people --- politicians, churchmen, doctors, city officials---and asked them to support her ideas: a special day of the year for thanking mothers. In 1910 the Governor of West Virginia introduced Mother’s Day into the state. The date chosen was May 10---the second Sunday in May, which is still observed in America today. This date was chosen because May 10 was the date on which in 1908 Anna Jarvis’s mother died. In 1914 President Woodrow Wilson made May 10 the official date for Mother’s Day throughout the United States. Soon there was a Mother’s Day International Association and the custom began to be adopted in many countries of the world. Anna Jarvis, a sad and disillusioned (大失所望的) woman died in 1948. The custom she had worked so hard to establish and which had become almost universal had lost its original purpose. It had been taken over by business. As with Christmas, the giving of presents and the sending of cards had become a multi-million-dollar industry. 56. What is the story about? (no more than8 words) _____________________________________________________________________ 57. In which country was Hilaria celebrated as a festival? (no more than2 words) _____________________________________________________________________ 58. What did Anna Jarvis want to do for mothers? (no more than5 words) _____________________________________________________________________ 59. When is the date for Mother’s Day? (no more than5 words) _____________________________________________________________________ 60. Why was May 10 the date for Mother’s Day? (no more than10 words) _____________________________________________________________________
成都高新区高 2015 届高三上期 9 月统一检测 英语试题答题卷
55 ． ____________________________________________________________________ ____ 56 ． ____________________________________________________________________ ____ 57 ． ____________________________________________________________________ ____ 58 ． ____________________________________________________________________ ____ 59 ． ____________________________________________________________________ ____ 60 ． ____________________________________________________________________ ____ 第二节 短文改错（共 10 小题；每小题 1.5 分，满分 15 分） 共有 10 处语言错误，每行中最多有两处。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(∧)，并在下面写出该加的词。 删除：把多余的词用斜线( \ )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。 As a tour guide, I am glad to tell you that more and more tourists are paying attention on environment protection. Several years before, in one place of interest, I saw rubbish throwing away everywhere, such as waste paper, plastic bags. Besides, some tourist climbed trees and pick flowers. Some even scared or catch little animals. What’s more, some of them made a fire to cook, which may cause a forest fire. Recently great changes have been taken place. Most tourists take rubbish away with them while they leave. They no longer hurt
little animals. Trees and flowers are well taken care. In the forest, smokers give up smoking so as not to start a fire. Now I sing high praise for so good deeds.
书面表达（满分 35 分）
毕业前夕，你班决定给李老师送一份礼物，大家提出两条建议： (1) 送影集(album)，里面有每个同学的照片；(2) 送磁带，录有每个同学对老师的祝 福。 请以"An Album or a Tape"为题，用英语写一篇短文。首先简述以上两条建议，然后表 明你同意其中哪一条．并说明理由（至少两点） 。 注意：1．短文必须以第一人称书写。 2．词数：100 词左右。开头已经给出，不计入总词数。
We are leaving school and we decide tove a gift to Mr. Li who has taught us for three years_____________________________________________________________________
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成都高新区高 2015 届高三上期 9 月统一检测 参考答案 语法和词汇：1-5 ACABA 6-10DCCBA 完形：11~15 DBACC 16~20 CAABB 21~25 BCDDC 26~30 BADDA 阅读：31-34 BDDC 35-38 B A C D 39-42 DCBC 43-46ACAB 47-50 BBCA 对话理解：51～55 FCBAD 阅读表达 Answers 56. The origin of a special day for mothers. 57. Ancient Rome. 58. Introduce a celebration for mothers. 59. The second Sunday in May. 60. Because people were too interested in making it a business.
短文改错 AS a tour guide, I am glad to tell you that more and more tourists are paying attention on environment to protection. Several years before, in one place of interest ago I saw rubbish throwing away everywhere, such as waste thrown paper, plastic bags. Besides, some tourist climbed tourists trees and pick flowers. Some even scared or catch or caught little animals. What’s more, some of them made a fire to cook, which may cause a forest fire. Recently great changes have been taken place. Most tourists take rubbish away with them while they leave. They no longer when of hurt little animals. Trees and flowers are well taken care. In the forest, smokers give up smoking so as not to start a fire. Now I sing high praise for so good deeds. such 作文范文 We are leaving school and we decide to give a gift to Mr. Li who has taught us for three years. Two suggestions have been provided by our classmates. One is that we may give him an album with photos of all the students in our class. The other
suggestion is that a tape in which our best wishes are recorded should be given to him. In my opinion, we had better buy an album for Mr. Li. First, an album is easier to be kept than a tape. A tape may be easily destroyed a few years later and does not work. Second, I think, the photos in the album can easily remind Mr. Li of his lovely students and the good days when he got together with us. Third, voice may be changed a lot after many years as to us young students, while faces do not have such great changes. In a word, I suggest .we take photos in time and present them in the album to Mr. Li.
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