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2015 届高三第二学期周末练习卷(第 12 周)
Ⅰ 语言知识及应用 (共两节,满分 45 分) 第一节 完形填空 (共 15 小题;每小题 2 分,满分 30 分) Asia has long tradition of tea-drinking. And China is no exception. However, lately more and more Chinese people are turning to a different a/an 2 popular choice of Chinese people living abroad and in the country's 1 . Coffee has become 3 cities. In big cities 4 are not just

such as Beijing, coffee shops seem to be on nearly every major street corner. These Britain are also 5 in China. 6

selling drinks from Starbucks, the world-famous coffee company. Coffee businesses from South Korea and Many young Chinese people drink coffee U.S. but comes from an area in China 7 -- when meeting with friends. Yang Lin lives in the 8 drink tea while in 9

for growing tea. She used to

China. But now, she says, she drinks both and for different reasons. Yang Lin says she was a tea drinker when she was back in China. But she likes coffee and tea cup of coffee. Tea, she says, is more about family the day's events over a steaming pot of tea. So now, family memories. On average a person in China drinks about five cups of coffee a year. This information comes from the China Coffee Association Beijing. That 1.A.business 2.A. abnormally 3.A. huge 4.A. cities 5.A. producing 6.A. passively 7.A. famous 8.A. seldom 9.A. completely 10.A. memories 11.A. work 12.A. even 13.A. rare 14.A. information B. drink B. necessarily B. ancient B. companies B. earning B. deliberately B. appropriate B. only B. gradually B.values B. gather B. still B. tough B. cost 14 is far below the world average of 240 cups a year. But the 15 by about 15 percent every year. D. custom D. increasingly D. conservative D. foreigners D. struggling D. socially D. beneficial D. never D. eventually D. traditions D. pull D. hardly D. warm D. production D. profiting C. attitude C. thoroughly C. remote C. shops C. operating C. elegantly C. anxious C. unwillingly C. equally C. possessions C. cook C. somehow C. lonely C. amount association says the amount of coffee that Chinese drink is 10 12 now. Drinking coffee for her is a social event. She and her co-workers like to sit in a caféand talk over a . She grew up in Fujian province -- an area known 11 together in the evening and talk about 13 the smell of Fujian tea brings back these for its tea. Ms. Yang says that as a child, her family would

15.A. decreasing B. growing C. dividing Ⅱ 阅读 (共两节,满分 50 分) 第一节 阅读理解 (共 20 小题;每小题 2 分,满分 40 分)
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阅读下列短文,从每题所给的 A、B、C 和 D 项中,选出最佳选项,并在答题卡上将该项涂黑。 A With my hands and knees on the floor of the airplane, I was searching for an old lady‘s missing hearing aid during the flight from Sydney to Los Angeles. It occurred to me that this may not be the most dignified posture for a Buddhist nun(尼姑). I had seen the old lady from the seat in front of me as she walked up and down the passage with a flashlight. I asked a few times what was wrong, but she didn‘t answer at first —– she couldn‘t hear me. She was wearing a woolen coat. Judging from her accent, she came from Eastern Europe. Do you know what hearing aids cost? Thousands, especially for the new tiny hidden-in-the-ear type she described. It takes a long time for an appointment to make a new one, and many doctor visits to get the thing adjusted right. Therefore, my dignity seemed less important than finding that hearing aid. But how does one find a tiny black object in a shadowy jet cabin(机舱)? The lady wasn‘t even sure where or when she had lost it. At one point, a couple of flight attendants did a random search around the lady‘s seat; I wasn‘t impressed. They left suggesting that she search the seat of her previous flight! My flashlight turned up all kinds of small objects, bits of plastic, broken pieces of headphones. The old lady said that she gave up. Yet I couldn‘t. After we landed, as passengers streamed past us, I insisted that the lady move aside while awaiting her wheelchair. Then I got into a real down and dirty search among the dust under her seat and on the floor. Look! A little peanut-sized shiny black object caught the light of my flashlight in a floor crack near her seat. What a rush. ―I found it!‖ With great astonishment and gratitude, the old lady responded, ―I haven‘t the words to express my thanks!‖ 26. Why did the author put her hands and knees on the floor? A. She is a religious Buddhist nun. B. She fell down from her seat. C. She helped the old lady look for her hearing aid. D. She wanted to stand out among the passengers. 27. What do we know about the old lady? A. She ignored the author‘s question on purpose. B. She is an American. C. She lost her hearing aid by accident. D. It was not difficult for her to get the hearing aid at all. 28. Where was the hearing aid found? A. On the previous flight. B. Close to the old lady‘ seat. C. On the wheelchair. D. In another jet cabin. 29. According to the last two paragraphs, what is the old lady‘s attitude towards the author? A. Respectful. B. Doubtful. C. Supportive. D. Grateful. 30. What is the purpose of the passage? A. To tell us a story about kind help. B. To warn us to be more careful. C. To teach us how to find the lost thing. D. To present the love from all people on board.
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B This is a true story about a boy who, the world might say, was a terrible underachiever. While in the eighth grade, he failed subjects repeatedly. High school wasn‘t much better; he flunked Latin, algebra, English, and received a grade of zero in physics. The boy managed to make the school golf team, but he lost the most important golf match of the season. It‘s not that his peers(同龄人) disliked this boy; it‘s just that they never really seemed to notice him much. Even ―Hellos‖ in the hall were a rarity. Out of all the failures in his life, there was something that did hold great importance to this boy, his love of drawing. Although in high school, the cartoons he submitted to the yearbook were rejected, once out of school, the boy was so sure of his artistic talent that he approached Walt Disney Studios with drawing works. I wish I could say the studios loved his work and immediately hired him, but such was not the case; another huge rejection. Despite his lack of successes, this boy did not give up. He then decided to write his own autobiography in cartoons, about a little boy who was regarded as a loser and a nobody. The name of this boy was Charles Schulz, the creator of the famous Charlie Brown and comic dog Snoopy. In life, it is sometimes easy to feel like a nobody. We pass hundreds of people on the street on our way to work, or walk through a faceless crowd in a mall, and no one seems to notice or care. Deep inside, we may know we are special and unique and have lots to offer, but unless someone takes the time to look our way and give us a chance, we may feel worthless, just like Charlie Brown who couldn‘t even manage to fly a kite or kick a football properly. Just as Charles Schulz had faith in his artistic talent, so too, we must realize that nobody is a nobody. We all have special gifts and talents, and every human being is deserving and capable of being loved and appreciated. 31. The underlined word ―flunked‖ in Paragraph 1 is closest in meaning to ________. A. failed B. learned C. achieved D. misunderstood 32. What can we infer about the boy in Paragraph 2? A. He was hated by his peers. B. He achieved great success in drawing in high school. C. His work was refused by Walt Disney Studios. D. He earned the praise from Walt Disney Studios. 33. When the boy suffered many defeats, he ________. A. gave up his dream finally B. wrote some articles in magazines C. he turned to others for help D. he wrote himself as a loser in cartoons 34. In the last two paragraphs, we are advised _______. A. to open up our eyes B. to believe we can make some difference C. to learn more skills for development D. to ask for more appreciation and love 35. Which of the following is the best title of the passage? A. Nobody Is a Nobody. B. A Hard-working Boy Is Successful. C. We Should Turn Failure into Success.
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D. One Cannot Succeed without Talents. C For pet owners, the hundreds of pet food recalls taking place each year has raised a lot of alarm. ―Most people are caring pet owners, and they want to do what helps protect their pet,‖ explains Will Post, founder and CEO, Hound & Gatos Pet Foods Corporation. ―Yet the problem is that most are not sure what that means and how to go about it. The more they learn about pet food, the better able they will be to make an informed decision that will keep their pet healthier and safer.‖ Here are several tips that consumers may want to keep in mind when it comes to choosing a pet food that will help reduce the risks. Get to know the company. Most people may know a company name simply because they spend millions on advertising. But that doesn‘t mean they know much about the company or their morals. Research companies to find one that offers high standards, quality products, and great customer service. Ask questions. Don‘t be afraid to get in touch with a pet food company and ask them where something was made, where ingredients(原料) came from, or any other questions. They should have no problem answering questions about their products, or with being able to provide proof of their quality standards. Read reviews. Do some searches to read some reviews about various brands of pet food. Keep in mind that some reviews can be one-sided and even planted by the company itself, so look for fair third-party sources giving the review. Investigate(调查) ingredients. The source of ingredients is of major concern when it comes to reducing the risks of pet food recalls and keeping pets healthy. Read the labels and ask questions to determine where the ingredients are coming from. Understand pet foods. Cat and dog food should contain 100 percent protein, which will supply them with the nutrients their bodies require. The problem with many commercial pet foods is that it is full of numerous fillers, such as cheap fillers and grains. 36. How can people provide a safer and healthier environment for their pet? A. By giving more food to their pet. B. By getting a better understanding about pet food. C. By accompanying their pet more. D. By knowing more about their pet. 37. How many pieces of advice on choosing a pet food are given by the author? A. Three. B. Four. C. Five. D. Six. 38. As for reducing the risks of pet food recalls, what should be mainly taken into consideration? A. Where the ingredients come from. B. Whether the company has good reputation. C. Whether the food supply enough nutrients. D. Whether most people choose the food. 39. The passage is mainly about __________. A. the increasingly serious problem about food safety B. the ways to choose a safer pet food C. the opinion about food safety D. the advice on caring pets 40. Who are the intended readers of the passage? A. People in general. B. Food companies.
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C. Pet shop owners.

D. Pet owners.

D Experts estimate that one out of every five fish sold was caught illegally. It threatens(威胁) food security and hurts the environment. Officials are using new observational technology to fight illegal fishing. ―Thank you for taking the time to join us here in Harwell (UK) in the Operations Center to what we call ?Project Eyes on the Seas.‘‖ says Tony Long, who leads the Ending Illegal Fishing program for Pew Charitable Trusts. The group created Project Eyes on the Seas. Large three-dimensional images of a globe can be seen on a video. ―It looks different from what you might expect because this globe only shows you the boats that are coming into this system from a live automated information system or AIS.‖ The screen shows 120,000 fishing boats have AIS. They are required to have the technology. But those who are fishing illegally often turn it off. The technology does not tell observers when that happens. Project Eyes on the Seas combines satellite information with secret government records on every ship‘s past activities. Mr. Long says that permits researchers to understand exactly where the fishing boats are operating. The Pew team gives the information it gathers to port officials to help them decide if they should take action against a ship. Tony Long says he would like to be able to provide port officials all over the world with clear lists. They would inform the officials about ships to inspect, ships to bar from entrance, and ships to permit entrance for trade activities. The Pacific island nation of Palau was an early user of the technology. Palau has one of the richest fishing areas in the world. Last year, it announced a plan to ban commercial fishing in a 630,000 square kilometer area. K.B. Sakuma is a special adviser to the president of Palau. He says Palau is trying to deal with a recent increase in illegal, unsupervised(无人监管的)and unreported fishing. ―And it‘s come to a head in the last year or two. From our southern island in the evening you can see on the horizon just dotted lights of these illegal fishermen that come into our waters, fill their ships with our fish, our resources, our food security...‖ 41. According to the estimation, what is the percentage of illegal fishing? A. 1% B. 5% C. 23.5% D.20% 42. The information is collected by the Pew team so as to ________. A. leave written records for the country only B. help fishermen to catch more fish on the Seas C. prevent all of the fishing practices on the Seas D. assist port officials in deciding whether to ban a ship from fishing 43. What does the underlined word ―they‖ in Paragraph 5 refer to? A. The clear lists. B. The investigators. C. The fishing boats. D. The Project Eyes. 44. Which of the following statements is closest in the meaning to the underlined sentence in the last paragraph? A. The issue is urgent. B. The problem begins to appear. C. The number of fishermen is increasing.
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D. The head of the fishermen is coming. 45. Which of the following is TRUE according to the passage? A. When the fishermen turn off the AIS, the inspector will know the situation. B. The special adviser to the president of Palau leads the Ending Illegal Fishing program. C. The new technology contributes to solving the problem of illegal fishing. D. Commercial fishing is permitted in Palau. 第二节 信息匹配 (共 5 小题;每小题 2 分,满分 10 分) 阅读下列应用文及相关信息, 并按照要求匹配信息, 请在答题卡上将对应题号的相应选项字母涂 黑。 首先,请阅读下列宠物的介绍: A.Not named yet: baby, female It‘s a small grey cat with long hair and deep blue eyes. It‘s friendly and can get along well with dogs. I can‘t keep it because I have too many pets, but I can‘t just let it go outside. If you are looking for a cat, please let me know. And I will send it to you, but you‘ll have to pay me travel fees. B. Brooke: orange and white, young, female She‘s a shy cat and likes to be alone at first. Once she gets familiar with you, she is very sweet and loves to be in your lap and play with you. She also loves to talk. The owner shouldn‘t be a smoker. For free. C. Sammi Hammi: adult, male Sammi Hammi, a blue and gold bird, is looking for his forever home. He loves dogs and likes to sing and dance. He will talk your ear off while you cook! He loves delicious food and he is a great boy who loves attention. The new owner will have to pay an adoption fee and for his cage. D. Buster: black and white, young, male He will be the sweetest cat you will never meet. He likes to play and gets along well with other pets. Anyone who gets this guy will love him! For free. E. Zoey: American Bulldong, adult, female My dog Zoey is three years old and is very outgoing. She loves the outdoors and she loves kids. She is good at looking after other dogs. She also likes being around people. I need to find her a good home. I would like someone with children and other dogs to take her. For free. F. Rebel and Maverick: young, male Both Rebel and Maverick will be 2 years old soon. They are wonderful dogs, but I can no longer keep them for some reasons. They love children. A home with children would be the best. They also get along well with other animals. The most suitable place for them is a home with a yard because they love to be outside. 600 dollars. 阅读以下人员的信息,然后为他们选择合适的宠物。 46.Alice and her 10-year-old twin sons live in a house with a big yard. She‘s looking for some pets to play with the boys. A pair of dogs is preferred. Money isn‘t a problem. 47. Tom, 63 years old, has no children. His wife died last year and he‘s very lonely. He would like to have a pet that he can talk to. He used to be a cook and loves birds very much, but he doesn‘t like cats. 48. Bruce has a dog and he‘s looking for another pet. It must be male and be able to get along well with his
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dog. Also, the pet has to be free. 49. Neil plans to find a female pet for his daughter. She loves orange and white cats. There are no smokers in the family. Free pets are preferred. 50. Max is looking for an adult dog to join his family. He has 3 children and two baby dogs. He hopes the new pet can help look after the baby dogs and play with his children. 第二节 语法填空 (共 10 小题,每小题 1.5 分,满分 15 分) The Italian dinners we had every Sunday when I was a boy were feasts fit for a king. There were loaves of Italian bread ready to be eaten. 16 were great with butter and even 18 17 (good) when you dipped them in the sauce(调味汁). My grandma, help but only because I wanted to have One day I 20 19 we called "Nanny", would always bake them a day

ahead so they would be ready. I remember watching her hand make the dough(面团). I would often ask to bite of the dough before she placed it in the pans to bake. (save) time. (fool) asked Nanny why she didn‘t just buy bread at the store 21

―Because they‘re not as good,‖ she said 22 her thick Italian accent. Then she laughed, smiled, and gave me a piece of dough to eat. Nanny was right. Today I buy my bread at the store and it isn‘t as good. It is factory-made and homemade joy. 24 23 (lack) all the taste, warmth, and love that Nanny put into hers. Store-bought happiness is a sad substitute for you want lasting love, permanent peace, and endless joy, then you have to bake them 25 your own. Ⅲ 写作(共两节,满分 40 分) 第一节 基础写作 (共 1 小题,满分 15 分) 请用英语写一篇短文,介绍我国即将发行的首部中小学校园足球教材。内容如下: [写作内容] 首部中小学校园足球教材 出版目的:促进我国校园足球的发展 出版单位:人民教育出版社 使用对象:小学三至六年级学生、初中生和高中生 发行时间:今年秋季 编写人员:足球专家,教练和体育教师 教材内容:讲授基本技能和规则,培养团队精神和责任意识 教材特点:每页都使用了二维码、3D 图像等最新技术。学生扫描二维码,就能用智能手机 观看教学视频。 参考词汇:人民教育出版社 the People's Education Press 二维码 the QR codes 首部足球教材 the first series of football textbooks [写作要求] 只能用 5 个句子表达全部内容。 [评分标准] 句子结构准确,信息内容完整,篇章连贯。
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第二节 读写任务 (共 1 小题,满分 25 分) 阅读下面短文,然后按要求写一篇 150 词左右的英语短文。 A researcher at the Institute of Atmospheric Physics of the Chinese Academy of Sciences says that cooking emissions(排放物) is a main pollutant in the atmospheric pollution. According to the researcher, cooking emission occupies 15% to 20% in the whole PM2.5 pollution sources in the urban area in Beijing during the summer time. Authorities in Kunming, Yunnan province, have banned restaurants from using firewood to cook a popular chicken dish in order to reduce the air pollution. The Environmental Protection Bureau of Kunming has stopped approving new restaurants that serve Chaihuoji, or firewood chicken, and asked the existing ones to replace firewood with clean fuel. Dozens of firewood chicken restaurants that opened in the past six months will need to switch to the environment-friendly fuel. The city follows the example of Chongqing in its attempt to control smog by asking restaurants to change the way they cook some of the traditional dishes, though it remains to be seen whether the move can reduce the air pollution level. Earlier this year, Chongqing said no to smoked bacon, open-air barbecue and chicken cooked by burning firewood. [写作内容] 1.以约 30 个词概括上文的主要内容。 2.以约 120 个词就―空气污染‖这个话题谈谈你的看法,内容包括: (1) 你对昆明―禁止燃烧柴火‖举措的评价; (2) 简述你所在地存在的空气污染现象; (3) 作为中学生,谈谈你如何为防治空气污染作贡献。 [写作要求] 1.作文中可以使用亲身经历或虚构的故事,也可以参照阅读材料的内容,但不得直接引用原文中 的句子。 2.作文中不能出现真实姓名和学校名称。 [评分标准] 概括准确,语言规范,内容合适,语篇连贯。

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2015 年高三第二学期周末练习卷参考答案(第 12 周) Ⅰ 语言知识及应用 (共两节,满分 45 分) 第一节 完形填空 (共 15 小题;每小题 2 分,满分 30 分) 1—5. BDACC 6—10. DABCA 11—15.BADCB 第二节 语法填空 (共 10 小题,每小题 1.5 分,满分 15 分) 16. They 17. better 18. whom/who 19. A 20. foolishly 21. to save 22.in/with 23. lacks 24. If 25. on Ⅱ 阅读 (共两节,满分 50 分) 第一节 阅读理解 (共 20 小题;每小题 2 分,满分 40 分) 26—30. CCBDA 31—35. ACDBA 36—40. BCABD 41—45. DDAAC 第二节 信息匹配 (共 5 小题;每小题 2 分,满分 10 分) 46—50 FCDBE Ⅲ 写作(共两节,满分 40 分) 第一节 基础写作 (共 1 小题,满分 15 分) With the aim of promoting the development of campus football in China, the People's Education Press is scheduled to publish the first series of football textbooks this autumn. Written by football experts, coaches and PE teachers, the textbooks are designed for primary school students from grade three to six as well as junior and senior middle school students. Apart from teaching basic skills and rules, the textbooks will also foster team spirit and sense of responsibility. The latest technologies such as 3D pictures and QR codes have been added to each page of the textbooks to better illustrate the football skills. By scanning the QR codes, students can view educational videos on their smart phones. 第二节 读写任务 (共 1 小题,满分 25 分) According to a research, cooking emissions pollute the air. To reduce the air pollution, the city of Kunming, following the example of Chongqing, required restaurants to use clean fuel to replace firewood. I am totally in favour of the measures taken by the Kunming government. Although we may lose a traditional way of cooking, we‘ll get cleaner air. Anyway, a blue sky is far more important than a delicious dish/cuisine. Just like many places in China, there also exist the phenomena of air pollution in the place where I live. In the neighborhood, rubbish is burned directly before being classified and processed, which pollutes the air severely. On the roads, cars and trucks fill the roads, giving off waste gas. In the chemical plants not far away, harmful gases are emitted without being dealt with. As middle school students, we should do our share in fighting against the air pollution. Firstly, we are supposed to go to school by bike or public transportation rather than by car. Besides, we can plant trees in and around the city as they absorb carbon dioxide from the air. Last but not least, we should arouse people's awareness of environmental protection and call on them to make a contribution to stopping the air pollution. 欢迎访问―高中试卷网‖——
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