人教版高一英语必修 3 第三单元考试卷 注意事项： 1. 本试卷由选择题和非选择题两大部分组成。选择题包括第一部分和第二 部分；非选择题为第三部分。 2. 考生领到试卷后，须按规定在试卷上填写姓名、准考证号，并在答题卡 上填涂对应的试卷类型信息点。 3. 所有答案必须在答题卡上指定区域内作答。考试结束后，将本试卷和答 题纸一并交回。 第一部分: 英语知识运用（共四节，满分 55 分） 第一节 语音知识（共 5 小题，每小题 1 分，满分 5 分）
从每小题的 A、B、C、D 四个选项中，找出与所给单词划线部分读音相同的 单词，并在答题卡上将该选项涂黑。 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. contrary A. phrase dessert scream spot accounnt A.barber A.breast A.novel A.amount B.passage B.herd B.steak B.envelop B.religious C.amount C.permission C.peach C.consult C.though D.wander D.manner D.beauty D.protein D.ought
第二节 情景对话（共 5 小题，每小题 1 分，满分 5 分） 根据对话情景的内容，从对话后所给的选项中选出能够填入每一空白处的最 佳选项，并在答题卡上将该选项涂黑。选项中有两个为多余选项。 Sherry: Hey, Bob, guess what? I’m going to visit Quebec next summer! Bob: That’s nice, Sherry. 6
Sherry: I mean the province. You know the place? Bob: Sherry: Bob: Yes, I stayed there for about two years. 7 Well, many people think so because it’s the biggest city, but it’s not the
capital. Quebec City is. Sherry: Bob: 8 Well, people speak both French and English there, but you’ll hear French most of the time.
9 Sherry: Bob: Good advice. What about Quebec City? What’s it like? It’s a beautiful city. Many old buildings have been nicely restored. You’ll love it there. Sherry: Fantastic, I can’t wait to go. A. Some of them were built in the 17th and 18th centuries. B. Can I use English there? C. Is Montreal the capital city of the province? D. Is Montreal the biggest city? E. But do you mean the province of Quebec or Quebec City? F. So you’d better practice your French before you go. G. But what do you mean? 第三节：单项选择 11.---Would you permit me ____ here? ----Sorry, we don’t permit ____ here in the lab. A. smoking, smoking smoking 12. Sometimes she’d ask the driver to stop in front of a particular building and would sit ________ into the darkness, saying nothing. A. staring D. noticing 13. After going into the concert hall, the mother ________ a friend and went over to greet him. A. searched realized 14— Do you mind my taking the books away? — ________. A. Certainly, please do. C. Yes, not at all B. No, go ahead D. No, please don’t B. knew C. spotted D. B. glaring C. watching B. to smoke, to smoke C. smoking, to smoke D.to smoke, 10
15 — His mother was ill and he had to look after her in hospital.
— That’s ________ he was absent from the meeting. A. because B. what C. why D. which
16 After the hurricane was over, the citizens looked at ________ was left of their houses, feeling sad. A. what D. all 17 — ________ that he managed to get the information. — Oh, a friend of his helped him. A. Where was it Why was it 18 — Do you know why the teacher asks for me? — He wants you to ________ your absence last night. A. account for send for 19 — Will you go to his birthday party? — No, I won’t ________ invited. A. if even if 20— Did you plan to meet here? — No, we met ________. A. by mistake with chance 21— Mum, hurry up. We’ll be late. — I will be through in a minute. Have a little ________. A. time presence 22________ the visitors around the school, we took them to the library building. A. Have shown To show B. Shown C. Having shown D. B. patience C. custom D. B. by accident C. by the way D. B. as if C. what if D. B. call for C. reach for D. B. What was it C. How was it D. B. that C. which
23We were about to climb up to the top of the mountain ________ it began to rain heavily. A. as D. since 24.He can’t get used to the city life here because he was ____ in the countryside. A. grown up B. brought up C. fed D. trained B. while C. when
25 — I will take my mid-term exam tomorrow. — ________. A. Forget it B. Congratulations C. That’s all right D. Good luck
第四节；完型填空 阅读下面短文，从短文后各题的 A、B、C、D 四个选项中，选取出适合填入空 白处的最佳选项，并在答题卡上将该选项涂黑。 He met her at a party. She was outstanding; many boys were after her, but 26
paid any attention to him. After the party, he invited her for coffee. She was surprised. In order not to appear 28 29 27 , she went along.
they sat in a nice coffee shop, he was too nervous to say anything.
, he asked the waiter, ―Could you please give me some
? I’d like to
put it in my coffee.‖ They 31
at him. He turned red, but when the salt came, he put it in his
coffee and drank.
, she asked, ―Why salt with coffee?‖ He
―When I was a little boy, I lived near the sea. I could feel it taste salty, like salty coffee. Now every time I drink coffee, I think of my 35 it and my parents, who are still there.‖ She was deeply touched. A man who can must love his home and 37 36 that he’s homesick (想家的) 38 . 34 and my hometown. I
about his family. He must be
She talked too, about her faraway hometown, her childhood and her family. That was the start of their 39 .
They continued to 41
each other. She found that he met all her 42 to think she
. He was tolerant (容忍的), kind, warm and careful.
would have missed the catch if not for the salty coffee! So they married and lived happily together. Every time she made coffee for him, she put in some salt, the way he liked it. After 40 years, he forgive my life-long 43 44 and left her a letter which said, ―My dearest, please . Remember the first time we dated? I was so nervous
that I asked for salt instead of sugar. If I could live a second time, I hope we can be together again, life.‖ 26. A. anybody B. nobody C. everybody D. 45 it means that I have to drink salty coffee for the rest of my
somebody 27. 28. Though 29. A. Actually 30. A. sugar B. Gradually B. milk B. laughed B. Moved C. Suddenly C. water C. looked C. Curious D. Usually D. salt D. stared D. A. ugly A. As B. excited B. Until C. interested C. Before D. rude D.
31. A. shouted 32. Tired 33. claimed 34. A. boat A. explained A. Frightened
childhood 35. 36. realize 37. 38. flexible A. think A. positive B. care B. intelligent C. know C. responsible D. worry D. A. taste A. afford B. feel B. admit C. miss C. recognize D. drink D.
A. love story
B. salty coffee
marriage 40. respect 41. A. debts B. challenges C. requirements D. A. encourage B. date C. write to D.
deadlines 42. 43. away 44. 45. that 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） A In the 1880’s, Mark Twain established and operated his own publishing firm. He also became interested in various investments, especially an elaborate typesetting machine. He lost almost $200,000 in investments in the machine between 1881 and 1894. Also, his publishing company declared bankruptcy (破产) in April 1894. Thus, in January 1895, Mark Twain found himself publicly shamed by his inability to pay his debts.Mark Twain eventually recovered from his financial difficulties, through his continued writing and a successful lecture tour in 1895 and 1896. During this much-publicized tour, Twain lectured in such places as India, South Africa and Australia. By the time he returned, he had become an international hero. Twain enjoyed this attention, and his habits of smoking cigars or a pipe and wearing unconventional white suits contributed to his showy image. He also made use of his position as a public figure to criticize the US foreign policy. Although he was recovering from his financial problems by 1898, Mark Twain had begun to experience tragedy in his personal life. Susy, his oldest daughter, died of A. joke A. as if B. lie B. now that C. truth C. even if D. mistake D. so A. And A. ran away B. When B. moved away C. Or C. walked away D. But D. passed
meningitis (脑膜炎) in 1896, while her parents and sister Clara were abroad. In 1903, Mark Twain sold the beloved house in Hartford, which had become too closely associated with Susy's death. His wife, Olivia, who had developed a heart condition, died on June 5, 1904. His youngest daughter, Jean, died on Dec. 24, 1909. 46. Which is not the reason why Mark Twain found himself in debt? A. Because he devoted all his energy to his writings. B. Because his publishing firm bankruptcy. C. He lost almost $ 200 000 in investments in the machine between 1881 and 1894 D. Because he lost a large quantity of money in various investments. 47.How did Mark Twain pay off his debts? A. By borrowing money from the bank. B. By investing in foreign countries. C. By writing articles and a successful lecture tour. D. By printing his own articles and selling them for money. 48.It can be inferred that Mark Twain ________________. A．hated smoking cigars B。liked wearing black clothes C．hated the US foreign policy at that time D．hated giving lectures in the foreign countries B I went over my grandmother’ house today and she didn’ have time for me. You see, s t the lady’s husband downstairs died and my Grandmother wanted to make some cookies for her. My grandmother did not analyze (分析) how the lady treated her, or if the lady needed any cookies, or even if the lady would like the cookies. She didn’t think how much the lady has done for her. She simply began baking. My Grandmother turned 94 last week and this I believe is her secret to life. My grandmother is generous (慷慨) and hard-working in a way that is rare for our time. She lives by a simple belief: if someone needs your help, you help. Never mind all the analyzing and thinking whether the person deserves (值得) or appreciates (感激) the help. My grandmother doesn’t sit around thinking about who might be making use of her: she simply does what is needed. At 94, she is busy in life. She is making a
blanket for a new great grandchild, and worried that I don’t have enough kitchen towels for my home. She is bringing soup to a sick neighbor, and teaching the new wife of her cousin (who is 88) how to cook Italian food. My grandmother had every right to give up, but she didn’t — and amazingly life did bring her good things, like a husband with twinkling blue eyes who was much ahead of his time and believed that men should do an equal amount of cooking and cleaning in the home, three beautiful children (my father and two aunts), 22 grandchildren, and five great grandchildren. My grandmother is not afraid to give someone she barely knows a bowl of soup. She never keeps herself out of the world. 49. The reason why my grandmother made cookies for the lady downstairs is that ________. A. she thought the lady was too busy B. she would make them as thanks to her C. she thought she should do something for the lady at the special time D. they had had an agreement before 50 In the writer’s opinion, ________. A. my grandmother has a secret way of living B. my grandmother does everything on careful consideration C. few people are as generous as my grandmother now D. my grandmother will get something in return 51. Which of the following is NOT true according to the passage? A. My grandmother cares for her children even some strangers. B. My grandfather does not treat women in an unfair way. C. This is a family in which there are nearly 30 people now. D. My grandmother never keeps everything for herself. 52.We may infer from the text that the writer ________. A. thinks his grandmother is living a tired life B. thinks his grandmother is doing what she should do C. thinks his grandmother should not be so kind D. is proud of his grandmother
Ｃ The World Health Organization estimates that more than 4 million people die each year from the effects of smoking tobacco (烟草). That number is increasing. WHO officials expect 150 million people to die from tobacco use in the next twenty years. Seven in ten of those deaths will be in developing countries. These numbers are frightening. Yet people around the world continue to smoke. It is not easy to stop smoking. However, doctors say you will live longer if you do stop smoking. You will feel better and look better. You will also protect the health of family members who breathe in your smoke. The American Cancer Society says there is not just one right way to stop smoking. It says that one method or a unit of methods may be successful. These include attending self-help programs or following directions in a book. The group says any way to stop smoking that is legal, moral and effective is worth trying. This could include taking long walks or spending time in areas where smoking is not allowed. Also, you could eat a small piece of fruit instead of having a cigarette. The American Cancer Society says the sooner smokers stop smoking, the more they reduce (减少) their chances of getting cancer and other diseases. It says blood pressure returns to normal twenty minutes after a smoker smoking the last cigarette. Carbon monoxide (CO) gas levels in the blood return to normal after eight hours. In a day, the chances of a heart attack decrease. In a year, the risk of heart disease is half that of a smoker. 53. Most people who will die from smoking are from ____. A. big countries B. small countries D. developed countries
C. developing countries
54. The author may hold the attitude that ______. A. people can easily give up smoking B. people will feel much better after giving up smoking C. it is not necessary for people to give up smoking forever D. it is hard to say whether it is good to give up smoking or not
55. According to the American Cancer Society, after smokers stop smoking, the quickest effect is that _________. A. the chances of having a heart attack get smaller B. blood pressure returns to normal C. carbon monoxide gas levels in the blood return to normal D. the risk of heart disease for a non-smoker is half that of a smoker 56. We can infer from the passage that________. A. WTO officials say that a person will live longer if he / she stops smoking B. the smoker can affect the health of his or her family members C. following any way can help you stop smoking D. no matter how hard you try it, it is worth doing that Ｄ Nearly half of all women in the United States suffer from increased stress during the holidays. One of the reasons is higher levels of comfort eating, drinking and other things that can lead to weight gain. It is not uncommon for people to eat for comfort when they feel sad, angry, hopeless, bored or lonely. According to a survey, one in four people in the United States agrees that ―when I am feeling down or facing a problem, I turn to food to help me feel better.‖ Comfort eating and unhealthy drinking increases among men too, but is more common among women. Forty-one percent of women in the survey agree that they eat for comfort during the holidays. Among men, 25 percent report holiday-season comfort eating. Women still tend to do more of the planning, and more of the social and family organizing for the holidays. ―Too true,‖ said Sissy McPhearson. ―My husband and I both work, and normally we divide household tasks equally. But during the holidays he doesn’t care as much about decorating（装饰）the house or wrapping presents or hosting dinners — so I end up doing it all even though I work full-time.” McPhearson says that the stress of preparing for holidays, plus more invitations to go out, makes it easier for many to reach out for that extra drink. “I go out a lot more now, maybe three or four nights a week， have a couple of drinks. Usually I just go and out maybe once a week,‖ she said.
Among the healthier methods experts suggest to deal with the holiday stress are saying no to that serving of delicious roast beef, lasagna 烤宽面条） chilled glass of （ or white wine. .
57. How many women do holiday-season comfort eating according to the survey? A. 25%. B. 31%. C. 50% . D. 41%.
58. Who often do more of the family organizing during the holidays? A. The father. C. The parents. B. The mother. D. The children.
59. People go out and have drinks probably because ________. A. they look forward to a new taste B. they have found a peaceful place to relax in C. of the cheap price of an extra drink D. someone invites them for dinner 60. How should women deal with ―holiday stress‖ according to this passage? A. Eat less delicious beef and drink less white wine. B. Have more holidays. C. Go to the gym after the holidays. D. Go out to take invitations. 第二节（共 5 小题，每小题 2 分，满分 10 分） 根据短文内容，从下框的 A – F 选项中选出能概括每一段主题的最佳选项。 选项中有一项为多余项。
A. Make your boss look good B. Discover the chains of commands C. Try to find a common ground with the people you work with D. Discover your company’s corporate culture E. Make yourself outstanding in your workplace F. Don’t spend all your waking hours working. No one will care
Discover your company’s/department’s corporate culture to see if you’re fit. A job contains a range of personalities, life styles and interests. The corporate culture is where all of these things mesh (交错) together to create a set of norms and values that give identity to your company. For example, everyone at your job may wear shorts but you like to wear trousers. No one at your job smokes but you do, or all your coworkers like to get together and gossip but, you’d prefer to be alone. Not ―fitting in‖ may affect your advancement. 62. People like to be around people that they can relate to. Besides the home, work is the second place where you’ll spend the majority of your time. So it’s vital to find similar interests that you and your coworkers share as to pass your time there more smoothly. For example, did you and any of your coworkers graduate from the same school? Do you and any of your coworkers have common friends? or do your children attend the same schools? 63. You take on every project that’s handed to you. You rush to finish your work and offer to assist everyone else’s with theirs. You shorten your lunch or skip it all together to respond to phone calls and emails with the hope that your boss will notice. HE WON’T! WORK SMART! Not hard. Take on only those things that will help to show your talents and your added value to the company. 64. You do it all the time. You rant and rave (大声叫嚷) about your boss’ incompetence and about how much of a fool he is. How much smarter you are and, how you can do his job 100 times better than he can – BLINDFOLDED. OK, that may be true but, trying to outshine him will not get you that promotion. So join forces and help your boss look good by assisting him with his projects and by helping him to become more efficient and organized. 65.
Know the people that have seniority in your company and work to create an alliance (联盟). Be aware though, that the key players may not be the CEO, the Director of Operations or the Senior Executive (主管). They may take the form of receptionist, doorkeeper or administrative assistant or someone who’s been with the company for years. 第三部分：写作 第一节：单词拼写（共 10 小题，每小题 1 分，满分 10 分） 根据下列各句句意和空白后的汉语提示词， 在答题卡指定的横线上写出对应单 词的正确形式，每空只写一词。 66. We thought he disliked eating steak. On the _____(相反),he disliked it very much. 67. He is a person with good _____ (礼貌 ) . He always says hello to those who he knows. 68. My parents don’t _____ ( 允许 )me to go out alone at night. 69. They saw a penniless man ___( 游荡 70. I’m afraid it’ll cost a large ____( 数量 71. The thief was ___( 发现 72. We ____( 寻找 ) on the pavement. ) of money.
) by the police as he was leaving the bank.
) an answer to the question, but couldn’t find one. ) , because she didn’t do any
73. She failed the test but it was her own _____ ( 过错 work. 74. The flower is _____( 的确 75. The boy was ____ ( 尖叫
) beautiful, but it produces no fruit. ) with pain.
第二节：短文改错（共 10 小题，每个 1。5 分，满分 15 分） 假定英语课上英语老师要求同桌之间交换修改作文，请你修改同桌写的作文。 文中共有 10 处语言错误，每句中最多有两处。错误涉及一个单词的增加、删除 和修改。 增加：在缺词处加一个漏词符号，并在其下面写出该加的词。 删除：把多余的词用斜线划掉。 修改：在错词下划一横线，并在该词下面写出修改后的词。 注意：1。每处错误及修改均仅限一词
2．只允许修改 10 处，多者（从第 11 处起）不记分。 I have been to only the few foreign places. Visit those places has made me eager to do even more traveling. There were so many places that I wish to visit, but at present would like to see Hawaii above all. I have read books and magazine article about Hawaii, or I have even seen some films that were made there. To me Hawaii seem like heaven on earth. I can imagine myself swimming in the clear sea water as free as fish. I can not imagine myself lying relaxed under a tree in a beautiful beach watching the setting sun. 第三节：书面表达（满分 30 分） 假定你是某英文报的小记者， 最近你对大学生的就业观点及专家对此的看法 进行了采访。请根据以下要点写一篇题为“Different Job Outlooks”的短文， 词数 100 词左右。 学生观点：1．大部分想找一份薪金丰厚的工作； 2．部分持观望态度，等待良机； 3．少数想自己创业。 专家观点：不应坐等，要尽快找份工作，理由是： 1．积累经验； 2．挣钱养活自己； 3．明年就业形势或许更严峻。
参考答案： 语音知识：CBCAA 情景对话：6-10 ECBFA 单项选择 完形填空 11—15 DACBC 26-30 BDACD 41-45 CADBC 阅读理解 46-50ACCCD 51-55 BDCBB 56-60B DBDA 16—20 ACADB 21—25 BCABD
31-35 DCADC 36-40 BBCAB
61-61 DCFAB 单词拼写：66.contrary 67. manners 68. permit 71. spotted 短文改错 I have been to only the few foreign places. Visit those places has made me eager to do even a Visiting 72. sought 73. fault 69. wandering 70. amount
74. indeed 75. screaming
more traveling. There were so many places that I wish to visit, but at present ∧ would like to see are I
Hawaii above all. I have read books and magazine article about Hawaii, or I have even seen some articles and
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Different Job Outlooks
Nowadays university graduates have different job outlooks. For most of them, to find a job with satisfactory pay is their most important wish while majority want to be self – employed. However, a certain number of graduates are not in a hurry to hunt for jobs. They are just waiting for better chances. Toward this point of view, some experts warn that it is not wise to be just waiting. They advise that graduates should find a regular, full-time job as quickly as possible so that they can earn money to support themselves and get working experience, which will help to find a better position later. Moreover, it might be more difficult to find a satisfactory job next year.
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