新泰一中高三年级第一次质量检测 英 语 试 题
注意事项： 1 本试卷分第 I 卷（选择题）和第 II 卷（非选择题）两部分。 2 答题前，考生务必将自己的姓名、准考证号填写在本试卷相应的位置。 3.全部答案在答题卡上完成，答在本试卷上无效。 第I卷 第一部分 听力（共两节，满分 30 分） 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 称钟的时间来回 答有关小题如阅读下一小题。每段对话仅读一遍。 1．Where does the conversation most probably take place? A． In a street． A．Go to bed． eat． 3．Why does the woman come to this country? A．To study． B．To go on business． B．Sunny but cold． C．To spend her holiday. C．Windy and cloudy． 4．What is the weather like now? A．Warm and sunny． A．Encourage the man． B．Give the man another chance． C．Help the man go over his subject． 第二节 听下面 5 段对话或独白。每段对话或独白后有 2 至 4 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 5 秒钟的时间阅读各个小题；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、7 题。
B． In a post office．
C．In front of a TV station． C．Have something to
2．What will the woman probably do next? B．Have a cup of coffee．
5．What does the woman intend to do?
6．How will the man probably get to the park? A．By car． B．By bus． C．By bike． 7．What do we know about the man? A．He is a student． B．He will be 18 next month． C．He can do volunteer work on weekends． 听第 7 段材料，回答第 8、9 题。
8．What are the speakers mainly talking about？ A．Moving their factory． bus service． 9．What makes the woman worried? A．The production may decrease． B．There will not be enough money． C．Workers will have difficulty going to work． 听第 8 段材料，回答第 10 至 12 题。 10．How long did the Dreadful Demons movies last? A．For 3 hours． A．In a cinema． B．For 6．5 hours． B．At his house． C．For 7 hours． C．At the woman’s house． 11．Where did theman see Dreadful Demons? 12．How does the woman get pocket money? A．By working in a cinema． B．By doing house work at home． C．By cutting the grass for her neighbors． 听第 9 段材料，回答第 13 至 16 题。 13．What special things does the man suggest taking? A ． Sunglasses ． shorts． 14．What does the man think of his brown shoes? A．Beautiful． shirt? A．To attend a meeting． party． 16．Where are the speakers meeting? A．At an airport． B．At a hotel． C．At home． 听第 10 段材料，回答第 17 至 20 题。 17．Why doesn’t the speaker know when a Spanish test would be? A．He is always absent from the class． B．He forgets to read the timetable carefully． C．He can’t understand either spoken or written Spanish． 18．Why didn’t the professor answer the speaker’s question? A．She couldn’t speak English fluently． B．She couldn’t hear the speaker clearly． C．She wanted the speaker to speak Spanish． B．To go to a theater． C．To go to a B．Expensive． C．Comfortable． 15．Why does the man ask the woman to pack his blue suit and new B. Toothbrushes ． C ． T-shirts and B．Buying a new building． C．Offering a
19．What did the professor do? A．She comforted the speaker．B．She promised to help the speaker later． C．She explained the lessons to the speaker in English． 20．How did the speaker feel in the end? A．He was relieved and relaxed． B．He was surprised and felt at a loss． C．He was satisfied with the professor’s answer． 第二部分: 阅读理解 （共两节，满分 40 分） 一、（共 15 小题;每小题 2 分，满分 30 分） 阅读下列短文 ，从每题所给的四个选项 （A,B,C,和 D）中 ，选出最佳选项 并在答题卡上将该项涂黑。 A Though doing washing is relatively effortless, most people hate the work, which is probably why this new shirt produced by an American company, called Wool & Prince, is producing so much interest. According to Mac Brown, the shirt’s creator, the seemingly ordinary shirt can be worn for 100 straight days without washing! Of course, any shirt can be worn for that long, if smell is not a problem. However, the Wool & Prince shirt is different because it remains as fresh smelling as it was — the first day it was put on. And it never needs ironing, because it never wrinkles. While that may sound magical and even impossible, it is true. The secret to their success lies in the raw material used to make the shirt — wool instead of cotton. Not only are wool fibers about four times stronger than cotton, but thanks to the natural crimp(皱褶), they also do not wrinkle as easily. But most importantly, the fiber is better at allowing moisture to escape. Sweat in itself is not smelly. It just gets that way when in contact with the human skin. Therefore, the fact that the fabric allows it to go off gives the shirt the “super power” to stay fresh after so many wears. You can get this magical shirt for $98, which is the current selling price on fund-raising site Kickstarter. The company hopes to use the funds collected to begin producing the shirts. If things go well, Wool & Prince is planning to introduce other clothing, including similar dresses for women. Well, you’ve got your favorite pair of jeans already. You might as well add your new favorite shirts you’ll never have to wash or hang up either. They are surely a perfect match! 21.What is the character of the special shirt made by Mac Brown? A. It can be worn for straight days without washing. B. It has no smelly problems like other shirts. C. It remains as fresh smell as the first day it’s put on.
D. It doesn’t need washing and never wrinkles. 22.The fourth paragraph mainly tells us _______. A. the advantages of the special shirt B. the causes of keeping fresh C. why the special shirt doesn’t wrinkle easily D. it is beneficial to human skin 23. If you want to buy the special shirt, ________. A. you must book in advance B. you’ve to go shopping at a store C. you’ll be presented with dresses for women D. you can click the site Kickstarter B Wikipedia is a free-access, free content Internet encyclopedia(百科全书), supported and hosted by the non-profit Wikipedia Foundation.Wikipedia is ranked among the ten most popular websites and is considered the Internet’s largest and most popular general reference book. Now, Wikipedia is becoming Wookiepedia as scientists hope the informative website will help us reach out to intelligent life forms. So aliens can learn about the human race. Astronomers would like to beam (播送) the entire contents of Wikipedia into space in the hope of contacting aliens. They want to send messages to hundreds of star systems and planets 20 light years away using radio telescopes. The Search for Extraterrestrial Intelligence Institute, in California, wants to use powerful radio telescopes to try to reach Chewbacca and his mates in a galaxy（银河系）far away. The plans will be discussed by astronomers at the weekend as some scientists fear the reply from ET might not turn out to be friendly. Institute scientist David Black said, “One question is if there are dangerous creatures we might be drawing their attention to ourselves. Another is if we go ahead, what message should be sent? There could be many civilizations out there，but if they are all listening and no one is broadcasting or responding, then nothing will happen.” Professor Stephen Hawking, who has warned that intelligent aliens probably exist and we should keep a safe distance from them, is among those. “If aliens visit us, the outcome would be much as when Columbus landed in America which didn’t turn out well for the Native Americans,” he said. Signals from Earth’s radio and TV broadcasts have been heading out in space for some 60 years reaching around 5,000 stars. 24. Wikipedia is becoming Wookiepedia because ________. A. we human beings intend to help and save aliens B. scientists wish to explore other planets similar to the earth C. astronomers hope to get in touch with aliens D. aliens might fight against the human race 25. What does the underlined word those in the fourth paragraph refer
to? A. aliens from space B. astronomers sending signals C. scientists for the plans D. scientists against the plans 26. What has Prof. Stephen Hawking warned? A. intelligent aliens would probably land in America. B. the plans will be in vain and nothing will happen. C. none of the civilizations would reply. D. aliens would bring disasters to the human race. 27. Which can be the best title? A. Wikipedia, the most popular website B. Wikipedia to be beamed into space C. Wikipedia, aliens’ best friend D. Wikipedia to result in a disaster C Have you ever run into a careless cell phone user on the street? Perhaps they were busy talking, texting or checking updates on WeChat without looking at what was going on around them. As the number of this new “species” of human has kept rising, they have been given a new name — phubbers（低头族）. Recently, a cartoon created by students from China Central Academy of Fine Arts put this group of people under the spotlight. In the short film, phubbers with various social identities bury themselves in their phones. A doctor plays with his cell phone while letting his patient die, a pretty woman takes selfie in front of a car accident site, and a father loses his child without knowing about it while using his mobile phone. A chain of similar events eventually leads to the destruction of the world. Although the ending sounds overstated the damage phubbing can bring is real. Your health is the first to bear the effect and result of it. “Constantly bending your head to check your cell phone could damage your neck,” Guangming Daily quoted doctors as saying. “the neck is like a rope that breaks after long-term stretching.” Also, staring at cell phones for long periods of time will damage your eyesight gradually, according to the report. But that’s not all. Being a phubber could also damage your social skills and drive you away from your friends and family. At reunions with family or friends, many people tend to stick to their cell phones while others are chatting happily with each other and this creates a strange atmosphere, Qilu Evening News reported. It can also cost you your life. There have been lots of reports on phubbers who fell to their death, suffered accidents, and were robbed of their cell phones in broad daylight. 28. For what purpose does the author give the example of a cartoon in Para. 2? A. To inform people of the bad effects of phubbing.
B. To advertise the cartoon made by students. C. To indicate the world will finally be destroyed by phubbers. D. To warn doctors against using cell phones while treating patients. 29. Which of the following is NOT a risk a phubber may have? A. His social skills could be affected. B. His neck and eyesight will be gradually harmed. C. He will cause the destruction of the world. D. He might get separated from his friends and family. 30. Which of the following may be the author’s attitude towards phubbing? A. Supportive. B. Opposed. C. Optimistic. D. Objective. 31. What may the passage talk about next? A. Advice on how to use a cell phone. B. People addicted to phubbing. C. Measures to reduce the risks of phubbing. D. Consequences of phubbing. D For families on vacation，a playground provides a welcome break from sightseeing．It can also provide a glimpse into the local culture ，from the setup of the park to the ways families interact．Here are the designs that live up to that challenge． ¤Fruit and Scent Park, Stockholm Is there a picky eater on a steady diet of chicken fingers and cheese? Perhaps a trip to Sweden’s Fruit and Scent Park will change his or her culinary( 烹 饪 的 )tune ． This playground features a banana slide ， an orange seesaw ， pear huts ， a watermelon jungle gym and a pair of cherry swings，all designed by public artist Johan Ferner Strom．Now， who can say you can’t play with your food? ¤Nishi Rokugo Park, Tokyo Located between central Tokyo and the city of Kawasaki ， Nishi Rokugo combines recycled rubber tires( 橡 胶 轮 胎 )with traditional playground equipment．In total，more than 3,000 tires of different sizes are used to create tunnels，bridges，tall sculptures for climbing and，of course，tire swings．There’s little shade，so you can visit here in the early morning or late afternoon for the most comfortable weather, and be sure to wear your play clothes． ¤Bicentennial Children’s Park, Santiago，Chile Set a top San Cristó bal Hill，the Bicentennial Children’s playground in Metropolitan Park was built to celebrate 200 years of Chilean independence and improve the lives of Santiago citizens ．Dozens of slides are built into the slope ， creating a design completely complementary (补充的)of the surrounding landscape ．Fountains offer some relief from the sun，and ample seating gives parents a place to relax．
32．What is mainly talked about in the text? A．Programs designed for culture exchange． B．Theme parks attracting most tourists． C．Creative sites for family to hang out． D．Top museums around the world． 33．What can be learned about Fruit and Scent Park? A．It is located in Tokyo，Japan． B ． Its design was led by some artists． C．It is aimed to balance people’s diet． D ． Its facilities are modelled after fruits． 34．When visiting Nishi Rokugo Park,it is better to_________． A．wear thick protective clothes B．avoid moments when it’s hot C．take umbrellas and raincoats D．watch out for the equipment 35．Why does the author recommend Bicentennial Children’s Park? A．It becomes part of the surroundings． B．It was built to improve people’s lives． C．It amuses kids and helps parents get relaxed． D．It provides slides for both children and adults． 第二节（共 5 小题；每小题 2 分，满分 10 分） 根据短文内容，从短文后的选项中选出能填入空白处的最佳选项。选项中有两项 为多余选项。(注意：在答题卡上，选项 ABCD 分别涂 ABCD，选项 E 涂 AB，F 涂 BC，G 涂 CD) Does this situation seem familiar to you? Your English is progressing well, the grammar is now familiar, the reading comprehension is no problem, you are communicating quite fluently. 36 First of all, remember that you are not alone. Listening comprehension is probably the most difficult task for almost all learners of English as a foreign language. So, the most important thing is to listen as often as possible. 37 The Internet is really a useful tool for English students. You can download The RealPlayer from RealMedia.com, which allows you to use the Internet like a radio station. Once you have begun to listen on a regular basis, you might still be frustrated by limited understanding. 38 Here is some of the advice I give my students: ? Accept the fact that you are not going to understand everything. Keep cool when you do not understand — even if you continue not to understand for a long time. 39 Don't concentrate on details until you have understood the main idea. 40 This approach usually results in confusion. Translating leads to a kind of block in one’s brain which sometimes doesn't allow us to understand anything at all! By remaining calm, allowing yourself not to understand, and not to translate while listening, your brain is free to concentrate on the most important thing: understanding English in English.
A. Secondly, most people repeat themselves constantly. B. What should you do? C. Do not translate everything into your native language. D. This situation leads to less ---not more---understanding. E. The next step is to find listening resources. F. Listen for the general idea of the conversation. G. But listening is STILL a problem. 第三部分英语知识运用（共两节，满分 45 分） 第一节:完形填空（共 20 小题；每小题 1.5 分，满分 30 分） 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，选出可以填 人空白处的最佳选项，并在答题卡上将该项涂黑。 A wave and a smile seems such a small thing to offer high school students, but they noticed, and they figured out a way to thank Tinney Davidson. 41 in the window of their living room, she and her husband Ken began to 42 at students walking to and from Highland Secondary School. Elderly people are mostly invisible to teenagers, 43 these young people found they could not resist returning such 44 smiles and waves. They began 45 for the Davidsons as they passed by their house. Most were 46 with waving, but a few stopped to introduce themselves. One of them, Ginger Long, brought her a cupcake, and some of the students began visiting. When Ken died, Tinney 47 her daily smile. She also knitted(织) hats, sold them to passersby, and gave the 48 to the hospital. She began knitting the 49 when her granddaughter was going through 50 treatments, hoping they would 51 the girl if she lost her hair. She kept knitting them when her 52 survived the cancer, selling them to passersby and donating the money to the hospital. Students were touched by her warmth and 53 . As Valentine’s Day 2014 neared, they decided to 54 the 84-year-old at a school assembly(集会). They made a video for her, painted a banner and made Valentine’s Day cards. They 55 brought in the chair she always sits in. The teary Davidson was 56 . Her smiles had brightened the day for students passing by her 57 . One person, one small gesture. The effect is 58 . The students will remember her friendliness. One day they will pass the 59 on their children. Some will be 60 to do something for others because of it. It takes so little to have an impact. 41.A. Painting B. Sitting C. Chatting D. Begging 42.A. wave B. smile C. laugh D. shout 43.A. and B. so C. but D. or 44.A. false B. natural C. forced D. friendly 45.A. watching B. searching C. making D. caring 46.A. tired B. content C. patient D. disappointed 47.A. doubted B. benefited C. continued D. quitted 48.A. comment B. chance C. yard D. money
49.A. vests 50.A. bone 51.A. cheer 52.A. husband granddaughter 53.A. reputation selflessness 54.A. treat 55.A. even 56.A. amazed B. 57.A. house 58.A. temporary 59.A. humour B. 60.A. forbidden
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C. hats D. C. skin D. C. pay D. C. grandson C. generosity
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B. effort B. ring B. still happy B. car B. lasting courage C. B. permitted 第 II 卷
C. comfort D. honor C. ever D. yet C. shy D. confused C. store D. passage C. changeable D. different story D. moral C. forced D. inspired
注意事项： 用 0.5 毫米黑色笔迹的签字笔将答案写在答题卡上。写在本试卷上无效。 第二节（共 10 小题；每小题 1.5 分，满分 15 分） 阅读下面材料，按照句子结构的语法性和上下文连贯的要求，在空白处填入适 当的内容（不多于 3 个单词）或括号内单词的正确形式。 A recent survey shows that storytelling ranks before television or video games among pastimes （消遣） for kids. The survey was carried out among 500 children aged 3—4 in Britain, of __61 over three—quarters said
they wished their parents could read to them more often. Almost two—thirds of the kids said reading a story with their parents helped them sleep 62 （well） and more easily. According to the survey, there 63 （become） good storytellers. They can
are two ways for parents use
64 （fun） voices to show different characters in a story. They can 65 （interest）
also make their own special sounds to keep the story
and attractive. When Mum and Dad aren’t at hand, over 30％ of kids would like to hear 66 bedtime story from famous people like Harry
Potter star Daniel Radcliffe. Other movie stars like Zac Efron, Miley Cyrus and Emma Watson “ 68 67 （welcome）by children, too.
can be very difficult for parents to find the time to read with their 69
children. But these moments can help build close relationship
parents and children, and also can play an important part in their child’
（develop）,” said child psychologist Woolfson.
第四部分写作（共两节；满分 35 分） 第一节短文改错（共 10 小题；每小题 1 分，满分 10 分） 假定英语课上老师要求同桌之间交换修改作文， 请你修改你同桌写的以下作文。 文中共有 10 处语言错误，每句中最多有两处。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(∧ )，并在其下面写出该加的词。 删除：把多余的词用(＼)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。 I went shopping yesterday afternoon. It is seven o’clock when I was going home by bus. The bus was full of passengers, all of which kept silent. A mother with her little son was sitting nearby. All of sudden, the son cried loud. The mother tried to do what she could to make him stop crying. Thus, the son went on crying. After a long time, a man sitting next of the mother said angrily, “Why don’t you give the child what he wants it？” The mother answered quietly, “I would if I could, and what he wants is your hat.” Heard this, all the passenger burst into laughter. 笫二节: 书面表达（满分 25 分） 假设你是英语科代表，请根据以下提示，口头通知你班美国学生参加学校为交换生 举办的一次讲座。 1. 时间：周三下午 4 点； 2. 地点：图书馆； 3. 内容：清华大学教授唐文方介绍中美文化差异； 演讲后可以和唐教授交谈，介绍你在中国的经历，有对中国文化不理解的问 题可以询问唐教授； 4. 提示：准时到场。 注意：1. 词数 100 左右； 2. 可适当增加细节，以使行文连贯； 3. 开头和结尾已给出，不计入总词数。 Boys and girls, May I have your attention, please? ________________________________________________________ ________________ ________________________________________________________ ________________
________________________________________________________ ________________ That’s all. Thank you.
听力 ：1-5 ACABA 6-10BCACB 11-15 ABCCB 16-20 ACCAB 阅读理解： A： 一件衬衫连续穿 100 天，不用洗也不用熨烫，这是多少忙碌男士的梦想啊！ 现在，一款优质、持久耐穿的“懒惰”衬衫，让这个梦想变成了现实。 21.C 细节理解题。根据第二段中的句子 However, the Wool & Prince shirt is different because it remains as fresh smelling as it was — the first day it was put on. And it never needs ironing, because it never wrinkles.可知 其特征是“它总是和第一天穿上时一样有清新的气味”，所以选择 C 项。 22.A 主旨大意题。第四段提到：羊毛纤维的强度时棉花的四倍、不褶皱、透气好 等，所以本段主要说的是这种特殊衬衫的好处。 23.D 细节理解题。根据第五段中的句子 You can get this magical shirt for $98, which is the current selling price on fund-raising site Kickstarter.可 知“目前应该在网上买”。 B： 科普新闻类。维基百科要变身星战维基了。科学家向外星文明发送维基百科， 希望这个百科似的网站能帮助地外文明了解地球，帮助我们联系外星人。 24.C. 答案在第一段最后两句和第二段的第一句。 25.D．证据在第三、四段。有些科学家害怕。。。。。。霍金教授也在其中。 26.D．倒数第二段最后一句：如果外星人访问我们，后果也不好，也会像哥伦布到 达美洲时对土著美洲人那样给他们带来灾难。 27.B．能概括全文，含主旨关键词：播放、太空 C： 社会现象类。作者通过描述低头族过度使用手机所带来的危害，提醒我们恰当 使用手机。 28.A. 推断题。参看第二、三段。 29.C. 细节题。根据第三段可知。 30.B． 推断题。 从作者提供的卡通视频和后面提到的各种后果可知，作者是反对的。 31.C．推断题。根据排除法，因为 A、B、D 在文中都已谈论过，下面应该告诉我 们减少危害的措施了。 D：32-35 CDBC 七选五答案：36—40 GEBFC 36.G. 上下文是转折关系。引出本文主题。 37.E．上下文是顺承关系。常听→找资源→网络。 38.B．上下文是问与答的关系。 39.F．起始主题句，关键词重现。general idea 与 main idea 同义。 40.C．起始主题句，关键词重现。下文指出 translate everything 的害处：导致混淆、 大脑空白。 完形填空： 一对老夫妇经常坐在客厅的窗户旁向路过的学生微笑、挥手，并且把自己编织的帽 子卖给路人，然后把钱捐给医院，其善举感染了学生。 42.A 根据后面的句子these young people found they could not resist returning such 44 smiles and waves.判断wave恰当。 43.C 前后句子在逻辑上为转折关系，所以用but。 44.D 这是一种善意的挥手与微笑，判断“友好(friendly)”恰当。
45.A 路过他们的房子时，学生们开始留心(watch for)这对老人。 46.B 别人善意的行为人们通常不会反感，判断“满意”恰当。 47.C 在丈夫去世后，Tinney继续(continue)每天的微笑。 48.D 前面语境谈到sold them to passersby判断“把钱给医院”。 49.C 根据后面语境hoping they would 51 the girl if she lost her hair.判 断hat(帽子)贴切。 50.D 根据后面的句子She kept knitting them when her 52 survived the cancer可知“她孙女经历了癌症的治疗”。 51.A 怕孙女因为化疗头发没了，所以给她织帽子，希望能够让她快活。 52.D 前面提到her granddaughter was going through 50 treatments由 此可知。 53.C 把织帽子的钱捐给医院，这是一种慷慨，判断C项恰当。 54.D 学生们给老人制作了视频，做了情人节卡片。判断“对她表示敬意”恰当。 55.A 用even表示关系上的递进。 56.B 根据后面语境Her smiles had brightened the day for students passing by her 57 .判断“高兴”恰当。 58.B 根据后面语境The students will remember her friendliness. One day they will pass the 59 on their children.判断“影响是持久的”。 59.C 把老人的故事讲给孩子们，判断story恰当。 60.D 根据后面语境It takes so little to have an impact.判断“会激励一些人为 别人做些事情”。 语法填空： 61. whom 62.better 63.to become 64.funny 65.interesting 66.a 67.are welcomed 68.It 69.between 70.development 短文改错： I went shopping yesterday afternoon. It is seven o’clock when I was going home by bus. The was bus was full of passengers, all of which kept silent. A mother with her little son was sitting nearby. whom All of ∧ sudden, the son cried loud. The mother tried to do what she could to make him stop a loudly crying. Thus, the son went on crying. After a long time, a man sitting next of the mother said However to angrily, “Why don’t you give the child what he wants it（去掉）.” The mother answered quietly, “I would if I could, and what he wants is your hat.” Heard this, all the passenger burst into but Hearing passengers laughter.
参考作文： Boys and girls, May I have your attention, please? There will be a lecture in our library, at 4:00 on Wednesday afternoon. We are very honored to have invited Professor Tang Wenfang, who has been studying cultural differences in Qinghua University for many years, to talk about the differences between American and Chinese cultures, which may be quite an interesting topic. After the lecture, you’re welcome to share your experiences in China with everyone else present. Since you have stayed in China for half a year, if you have anything that puzzles you, it would be great to talk with Mr. Tang.He will be glad to communicate with you.Please be present on time. That’s all. Thank you.