荆州市部分县市 2014—2015 学年度高三上学期期末统 考
考试时间：2015 年 2 月 9 日 15: 00-17: 00 考试时间：120 分钟 2015. 2 满分：150 分
第一部分：听力（共两节，满分 30 分）
转涂到答题卡上。 第一节（共 5 小题；每小题 1.5 分，满分 7.5 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. Who made the cake? A. The man. B. The woman C. The woman?s mother 2. When will the man be here? A. 5:20. B. 5:30. C. 5:50 3. What is the man doing? A. Inviting the woman to a party. B. Asking for the woman?s help. C. Checking time with Tom. 4. What does the man think of the woman? A. She works too hard. B. She doesn?t do her job well. C. She pays too much attention to her health. 5. What do we learn from the conversation? A. The woman got the third place. B. The man didn?t get the first place. C. The man felt bad about the competition. 第二节（共 15 小题；每小题 1.5 分，满分 22.5 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，你将有时间阅读各个小 题，每小题 5 秒钟；听完后，各小题将给出 5 秒钟的作答时间。每段对话或独白读两遍。 听第 6 段材料，回答第 6 至 7 题。 6. Where does the conversation probably take place? A. In a school. B. In a store. C. In a hospital. 7. What does the woman think of the food there? A. Terrible. B. Healthy. C. Delicious.
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听第 7 段材料，回答第 8、9 题。 8. What did the man do yesterday? A. He had an interview. B. He had a meeting. shopping. 9. When will the man know the results? A. By next Friday. B. By this Friday. 听第 8 段材料，回答第 10 至 12 题。 10. What's the weather like now? A. Rainy. B. Cloudy. 11. How does Mike swim? A. Badly. B. Just so-so. 12. What do we know about the woman? A. She can?t swim. B. She is Mike?s mother. C. She didn't know Mike could swim. 听第 9 段材料，回答第 13 至 16 题。 13. When will the men leave? A. August 5. B. August 15. 14. How many tickets did the man book? A. One. B. Two. 15. Why doesn't the woman go to study in Australia? A. Because she doesn't want to study abroad. B. Because she doesn't want to leave her parents. C. Because her parents cannot afford the expense. 16. What does the woman ask the man to do? A. To talk with her online. B. To call her from time to time. C. To do some part-time jobs. 听第 10 段材料，回答第 17 至 20 题。 17. When was Oxfam founded? A. In 1924. B. In 1930. 18. Where did Oxfam send money to during the World War II? A. England. B. Greece. 19. What is the aim of Oxfam? A. To save people in danger. B. To end hunger, poverty and disease. C. To solve social problems. 20. Which is one of Oxfam's ways to get money? A. Selling things from developing countries. B. Collecting money in developing countries. C. Opening big shops everywhere.
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第二部分：词汇知识运用（共两节，满分 40 分）
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第一节：多项选择（共 10 小题；每小题 1 分，满分 10 分） 从 A、B、C、D 四个选项中，选出可以填入空白处的最佳选项，并在答题卡上将该项涂黑。 21. It has exposed that some government leaders ______ their authorities and privileges to get profits for themselves. A. employ B. exploit C. abuse D. absorb 22. He felt guilty that he was unable to ______ his responsibility as a son, husband and father. A. approve B. tolerate C. fulfill D. observe 23. It is surprising that he could ______ such a perfect idea to improve the working method. A. put up with B. keep up with C. catch up with D. come up with 24. My parents expected too much of me. When they heard that I had failed in the college entrance examination, they almost ______. A. broke down B. broke up C. broke off D. broke out 25. With no better way to express feeling of love and ______, it?s easy to see why everyone turns to the flower shop on Mother?s Day. A. appreciation B. inspiration C. satisfaction D. ambition 26. I have battled with ______ whether I should keep the extra money given to me or return it to the seller. A. consciousness B. perseverance C. motivation D. conscience 27. Missiles are now more ______ than even It can hit a target within 20 meters. A. exact B. accurate C. correct D. definite 28. I believe most passengers would expect their flights to be as ______ as scheduled. A. regular B. practical C. punctual D. obvious 29. I ______ hope that I can have the opportunity to meet the famous scientist in Shanghai. A. fortunately B. sincerely C. precisely D. automatically 30. People try to avoid public transportation delays by using their own cars, and this ______ creates further problem. A. in short B. in case C. in doubt D. in turn 第二节：完形填空（共 20 小题；每小题 1 分，满分 20 分） 阅读下面短文，从短文后所给各题的四个选项（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。 I am a man who has been self-centered and I have had a lack of respect for myself and others around me. I participated in various transformation workshops; however, it made no 31 . I remained 32 in my life. As a result, I became separated from my family and reached the rock 33 in my life. Having reached there, I 34 transforming myself. After some time, I 35 to myself: start believing in yourself and it will make a difference in your life. I first started loving myself and then all those around me. I started respecting myself and then others around me. My self-worth 36 .
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Sangeeta is my workmate. She's honest and respectful. She's very poor and has a large family to 37 . In addition, her husband doesn?t hold a regular job. 38 , she?s struggling in life. On a cold 39 morning, when she came to work, I found her shaking. I asked whether she had something to keep warm. She didn?t reply. I had my 40 . The next day when she came to work again, I gave her the money to buy a(n) 41 for herself. The expression of 42 in her eyes was something that will 43 with me for a long time. A few weeks ago, she was 44 and didn't come to work. Instead, she sent her 45 to do her work. The moment I realized Sangeeta was sick, I gave her friend the money to buy medicines for her treatment. It 46 Sangeeta some time to recover from her illness. The first thing I 47 was whether she needed any more help of any kind. And she said, “Sir, you?ve done 48 for me. I'm grateful to you.” That was the moment when I realized that I?m walking my path. Sometimes, I still 49 , but I get up and start 50 again even though I may have hurt myself in the process. 31. A. effect B. effort C. difference D. result 32. A. stuck B. stopped C. attracted D. devoted 33. A. top B. bottom C. middle D. side 34. A. resisted B. insisted C. decided D. continued 35. A. nodded B. read C. whispered D. thought 36. A. appeared B. disappeared C. increased D. decreased 37. A. supply B. provide C. hold D. support 38. A. In short B. In all C. In detail D. In fact 39. A. spring B. summer C. autumn D. winter 40. A. reply B. answer C. result D. reason 41. A. overcoat B. meal C. house D. medicine 42. A. happiness B. sadness C. thankfulness D. disappointment 43. A. share B. leave C. keep D. remain 44. A. hurt B. dead C. ill D. retired 45. A. husband B. friend C. brother D. father 46. A. took B. spent C. cost D. paid 47. A. came about B. cared about C. set about D. brought about 48. A. well B. greatly C. enough D. entirely 49. A. get down B. fall down C. pull down D. break down 50. A. going B. passing C. seeking D. walking
第三部分：阅读理解（共 20 小题；每小题 2 分，满分 40 分）
阅读下列短文，从每篇短文后所给各题的四个选项（A、B、C 和 D）中，选出最佳选项， 并在答题卡上将该项涂黑。 A Norman E Borlaug, 95, an American plant pathologist who won the Nobel Peace Prize in 1970 for starting the “Green Revolution” that increased food production in developing nations and saved millions of people from starvation, died on Saturday September 12, 2009 at his home in Dallas. “He has helped provide bread for a hungry world,” the Nobel committee said in honor of him. “Dr Borlaug has introduced a dynamic factor(动态因素)into our assessment of the future of food
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and its potential.” Dr Borlaug was hardly known in the country of his birth, the USA. But in India, Mexico, Russia and other nations with hunger and famine(饥荒), he was known as one of the great Americans of modem times. Edwin Price, director of the Norman Borlaug Institute for International Agriculture at Texas A&M University, once accompanied Dr Borlaug to Russia, where he visited a wheat research institute south of Moscow. “When Norman came in,” Price said, “the scientists at the institute all cried.” From the 1970s until his death, he increasingly took the politically incorrect view that environmentalists were bothering world food production by attacking the use of chemical fertilizers and pesticides (农药). Dr Borlaug's career included his ability of science to increase food production at a high rate and the nightmare(噩梦)of an exploding population beyond its ability to feed itself His work took him from the Iowa farm where he grew up to the primitively planted wheat fields of Mexico in the 1940s, the rice fields of Asia in the 1960s and 1970s to the plains of Africa in the 1980s. In his lecture accepting the Nobel Prize, he said an enough supply of food is “the first term of social justice... Otherwise there will be no peace.” He warned that the world would have too many mouths to feed. 51. Norman E Borlaug died in _______. A. In 1914 B. In 1960 C. In 1970 D. In 2009 52. Why did Norman E Borlaug win the Nobel Peace Prize? A. He started the “Green Revolution”. B. He got so much food from the government. C. He produced bread. D. He helped people become rich. 53. Where was Norman E Borlaug hardly known? A. In Mexico. B. In India. C. In the USA. D. In Russia. 54. What can be the best title for the passage? A. The Visit to Russia B. The Social Justice C. The Green Revolution D. The Father of the Green Revolution B The Oprah Winfrey Show added Chen Luyu to its list of famous co-hosts from around the world when the two talk show queens hooked up via satellite for the first time on Aug 26, 2009. “I was on Oprah?s talk show because the world is focusing on China.” says Chen, who was the first Asian host invited by Winfrey. Chen took Winfrey and her US audience on a tour through her office, studio and dressing room as well as offering a special guided tour around Beijing's famous Houhai area and the capital's popular 798 art district. Winfrey was surprised about Chen's most memorable interviews including HIV victims and lesbian couples. “Chinese people have a wide understanding about Western countries, but it is not the other way around, which causes misunderstanding,” Chen says. “I have interviewed more than 3000 guests
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who come from various classes and working backgrounds. They tell their stories and my audience shows great respect.” Known as “China?s Oprah”, the 39-year-old TV personality decided to model her show, A Date With Luyu, on the Winfrey's popular show after visiting the US more than a decade ago. “It is flattering to be called China?s Oprah, which means people say ?you are really good?,” she says, “I am curious and ask some tough questions. But I tend to be protective of my guests. If they don?t want to answer those questions, that?s fine.” Over the past 10 years of being a public face in a rapidly changing China, she has gone from interviewing celebrities(名流) to talking with people from all walks of life. Her guests share their story with a live audience of 300 and a viewing audience of more than 60 million every day. “It has become more than a show,” Chen says, “Chinese audience tend to be shy. I cannot expect my viewers to act like those on Oprah's show, who would shout and scream,” she says, “but Chinese audience can respond to the interviewees' stories and show me their smiles and tears.” Chen's daily chat show is on Phoenix satellite television station, the first foreign-funded station to be beamed into the mainland. Winfrey was surprised by Chen5s high ratings and expressed a desire to visit China and be a guest on Chen's talk show. “The cooperation enables Western audiences to know more about China. And I think that Chinese talk shows can be as spirited as any other country?s” Chen says. 55. Where did Chen Luyu co-host the Oprah Winfrey show? A. In the satellite. B. In Hong Kong. C. In the USA. D. In Beijing. 56. In paragraph 4, the underlined word “flattering” means being _______. A. looked up to B. thought highly of C. looked down upon D. made fun of 57. From the passage, we can infer _______. A. westerners seem not to know much about China. B. in A Date With Luyu, Chen mainly interviews famous people. C. Chinese audience often shout and scream while watching the talk show. D. Phoenix satellite television station is the first to be beamed into the mainland. 58. The passage mainly talks about _______. A. how Chinese people like the Oprah Winfrey Show. B. the difference between Chinese and American talk show. C. the two talk show queens co-host talk show for the first time. D. how westerners like A Date With Luyu. C In Europe, small cars have always been more popular than large cars. In the United States, large cars and midsize cars are more popular than small cars. As a result, European automakers used to make a wider variety of compact(小型的)cars while American automakers used to build bigger, heavier cars. However, these days, automakers in both America and Europe produce cars of different sizes. This is because most automakers export their cars all over the world. The price of gasoline (汽油)is one reason for differences in automobile preferences. Since gasoline is more expensive in Europe, many Europeans want smaller, lighter cars that will travel a
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long way on a gallon of gas. This increased gas mileage makes the cars more economical to run. Other reasons also enter into the big or little car decision. Many old cities have narrow, winding streets. In these cities a small car is easier to drive than a large one. For a long time, few Americans bought small cars. Instead, they chose large cars, because these roomy cars were more comfortable for large families and long trips. Some people also liked the powerful engines that large cars had. Since gasoline was cheap, drivers did not mind that the large cars used a lot of gas. But in the 1970s, there were gas shortages in the United States. The price of gas went up. Though large cars were still more popular than small cars, sales of small cars that used less gas increased. Some people also bought small cars because these cars caused less air pollution than large cars. Today, Americans' car preferences are still changing. Though Americans are still buying many small cars, the fastest growing sales are for certain kinds of large cars. These types of cars are called minivans (微型客货车)and sport utility (多用途的)vehicles. They are very popular today. But of course, that could change tomorrow. 59. From this passage we know that cities in Europe often have _______. A. Heavier cars B. Less gasoline C. No air pollution D. Narrow, winding streets 60. Why did Americans choose large cars? A. Because their powerful engines caused less air pollution. B. Because they had enough space for large families. C. Because it was necessary for a long trip. D. Because they used a lot of gas. 61. The phrase “gas mileage” in paragraph 2 refers to the distance _______. A. a car has travelled since it was made. B. that is covered by a country?s roads or railways. C. a car can travel using a particular amount of energy. D. someone travels in a car in a particular period of time. 62. According to this passage, which of the following statements is true? A. No large cars are sold in Europe. B. Small cars are not expensive to run. C. Most American buy European cars. D. The price of energy-saving small cars dropped. D A policeman is asking three men who are training to become detectives. To test their skills in recognizing a suspect, he shows the first man a picture for five seconds and then hides it. “This is your suspect. How would you recognize him?” The man answers, “That?s easy, we?ll catch him fast because he has only one eye!” The policeman says, “Sir! That?s because the picture I showed you is his profile.” Then the policeman flashes the picture for five seconds at the second man and asks him, “This is your suspect. How would you recognize him?” The second man smiles and says, “Ha! He?d be too easy to catch because he has only one ear!”
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The policeman angrily responds, “What's the matter with you two? Of course only one eye and one ear are showing, because it?s a picture of his profile! Is that the best answer you can come up with?” Extremely disappointed at this point, he shows the picture to the third man and in a very testy voice asks, “This is your suspect. How would you recognize him?” The man looks at the picture carefully for a moment and says, “The suspect wears contact lenses (隐形眼镜).” The policeman is quite surprised because he really doesn?t know whether the suspect wears contact lenses. “Well, that?s an interesting answer,” he says. “Wait here for a few minutes while I check his information and I?ll get back to you on that.” He leaves the room, goes to his office, checks the suspect?s information in his computer, and comes back smiling. “Wow! I can?t believe it. It?s true! The suspect does in fact wear contact lenses. Good work! How were you able to make such a good observation?” “That?s easy,” the man replies. “He can?t wear regular glasses because he has only one eye and one ear.” 63. Why does the policeman ask the three men the question? A. He suspects them. B. He expects to check their memory. C. He wants to know if they are fit to be detectives. D. He longs to find the man in the photo. 64. What does the underlined word “profile” in the third paragraph mean? A. A photo taken from one side. B. A quick-made drawing. C. An unclear drawing. D. A half-length photo. 65. When asking the third man the question, the policeman was probably _______. A. angry B. impatient C. surprised D. suspected 66. It can be inferred that the third man made his judgment by _______. A. knowledge about the man. B. information in a computer. C. careful observation. D. foolish reasoning. E Some people act sick to get out of work. Others act sick to get work. For medical actors like Ted Bell, the stage is an examination room with a future doctor, nurse or others health care professional. Mr. Bell is playing a 55-year-old patient with stomach pains that began three months ago. He is also playing a teacher. But in a way he really does teach. He helps students like Emily Tyrrell at the University of Maryland School of Nursing learn to work with patients. In real life, Mr. Bell is a retired civil engineer. He now works as what is known as a “standardized (标准化的)patient”. He stays busy working at local medical schools. About 700 standardized patients work in the area. Pay starts at 17 dollars an hour. It can go as high as 35 dollars an hour depending on the project. Becoming a standardized patient does not require medical knowledge. The schools provide the training. Nor does it require acting experience. In fact, standardized patient Tom Wyatt is a professional actor —— yet he does not even think of his work with the students as acting. Standardized patients spend hours training for each of their “performances”. They have to remember the medical history of the person they are playing and be able to answer questions as if
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they were really sick. Tom Wyatt says remembering all the patients he has to play and their conditions can be difficult. After each session ( 学 期 )the standardized patients talk to the students to discuss their performance, that is, the performance of the students. Kurt Haspert is studying to become a nurse practitioner (护理师). He said,“It is always good to do the standardized patients because it keeps you thinking about how your thought process has to go, and how you can narrow down your differential diagnosis while you?re asking questions.” The actors enjoy it too. Retired engineer Ted Bell says the students find the experience very helpful, and that makes him feel good. 67. What is Mr. Bell doing at present? A. Playing ball sports. B. Studying medicine. C. Working as a future doctor. D. Acting as a patient. 68. Before he retired, Mr. Bell was a _______. A. civil engineer B. part-time teacher. C. professional doctor D. standardized patient 69. From the passage we can infer that in order to become a standardized patient,_______. A. one must receive some training. B. medical knowledge must be needed. C. acting experience must be needed. D.one must have been a professional actor. 70. From the last paragraph we know that _______. A. the actors aren't satisfied with their work. B the students benefits a lot by working with the “actors” C. Ted Bell thinks his job helpless. D. the students and the “actors” feel sorry for each other.
第四部分：书面表达（共两节，满分 50 分）
第一节：完成句子（共 10 小题；每小题 2 分，满分 20 分） 阅读下列各小题，根据汉语提示，用句末括号内的英语单词完成句子，并将答案写在答 题卡上的相应题号后。 71. With _____________________ on the family album, Jack thought of the fun he had when he lived with his grandparents. (fix) 眼睛盯着家庭影集，杰克想起了他和爷爷奶奶生活在一起时的欢乐。 72. It is strange that _____________________ the test at his first attempt. He is so absorbed in computer games. (pass) 让人惊讶的是他在初次尝试时竟然通过了考试。他如此沉迷于电脑游戏。 73. Wuhan, different every day! It is no longer _____________________. (use) 武汉，每天不一样! 它已经不是以前的样子了。 74. There used to be a tall building here. But it is said to _____________________ in a big fire several months ago. (destroy) 这儿过去有一栋大楼。但据说几个月前在一场大火中毁了。 75. Not only the Governor of Hong Kong but also most citizens _____________________to put an end to Occupy central protests. (mind)
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不仅仅是香港行政长官，还有大多数香港市民已经下定决心来终止占中抗议活动。 76. I'm sorry you've been waiting so long, but it'll still be some time _____________________. (before) 对不起让你久等了，但是还需要一段时间他才会回来。 77. There are two thousand students in our school, _____________________ are girls. (whom) 我们学校有两千学生，其中三分之二是女生。 78. Don't go and ask for her idea about our plan. By no means _____________________to it for the trip.(agree) 不要去问她关于我们计划的想法。为了这次旅行她绝对会同意的。 79. The runway for jet planes is _____________________ than the one constructed 15 years ago. (long) 喷气式飞机的跑道的长度是十五年前建成的跑道的四倍长。 80. Maria passed the driving license test. She came back _____________________. (wear) 玛丽规通过了驾证考试，她面带微笑地回家了。 第二节: 短文写作（共 1 题；满分 30 分） 请你根据以下提示，并结合事例，用英语写一篇短文。 We are what we eat, so healthy eating plays an important role in our daily life. 注意: ①无须写标题； ②除诗歌外，文体不限； ③内容必须结合你生活中的一个事例； ④文中不得透露个人姓名和学校名称； ⑤词数不少于 120，如引用提示语则不计入总词数。 英语试题参考答案 第一部分：听力（每小题 1.5 分，满分 30 分） 1-5 BBAAB 6-10 CAABC 11-15 CCCAC 16-20 ACBBA 第二部分： 第一节：多项选择（每小题 1 分，满分 10 分） 21-25 CCDAA 26-30 DBCBD 第二节：完型填空（每小题 1 分，满分 20 分） 31-35 CABAD 36-40 CDADB 41-45 ACDCB 46-50 ABCBD 第三部分：阅读理解（每小题 2 分，满分 40 分） 51-54 DACD 55-58 DBAC 59-62 DBCB 63-66 CABD 67-70 DAAB 第四部分： 第一节：完成句子（每小题 2 分，满分 20 分） 71. his eyes fixed
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72. he should have passed 73. what it used to be 74. have been destroyed 75. have made up their minds 76. before he comes back 77. of whom two thirds/ two thirds of whom 78. will she agree 79. four times longer 80. wearing a smile 第二节：书面表达（满分 30 分：五档给分） 1.第五档 30-25 分（漂漂亮亮）： 要点完整，表达清楚，无重大语法错误。 2.第四档 24-19 分（清清楚楚）：基本清楚，缺少个别要点，有些语法错误。完成任务。 3.第三档 18-12 分（马马虎虎）：尚能表达，缺少多个要点，语法错误较多。基本完成任务。 4.第二档 7-11 分（稀里糊涂）：表达含糊不清，不能成篇。未恰当完成试题规定的任务。 5.第一档 1-6 分（一塌糊涂）：动了笔，仅罗列了不成句的单词。未完成试题规定的任务。 As we all know, we are what we eat. Therefore, healthy eating is of great significance in our successful life. It was not until I witnessed my classmate Wanghui that I realized how important it is to keep a healthy diet. Wanghui is a distinguished student in my class and always highly spoken of by our teachers. However, faced with the pressure of the national college entrance examination, she had been working hard. Sometimes, she even went to school without breakfast or lunch. Day by day, she got weaker and weaker, resulting in her feeling sleepy in class. Yesterday, it?s a pity that she should fail in the English exam. To make matters worse, she was diagnosed with a terrible disease and had to stay in hospital for treatment. From the above example concerning with Wanghui, we may safely draw a conclusion that only if we keep a balanced diet will we have a healthy body to achieve our goals.
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