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2016年重庆一中2017届高三上半期考试英语试题卷

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2016年重庆一中2017届高三上半期考试英语试题卷

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2016年重庆一中高2017级高三上期半期考试

  2016.11

英语试题卷共9页。满分150分。考试时间120分钟。

注意事项:

1. 答题前,务必将自己的姓名、准考证号填写在答题卡规定的位置上。

2. 答选择题时,必须使用2B铅笔将答题卡上对应题目的答案标号涂黑,如需改动,用橡皮擦擦干净后,再选涂其他答案标号。

3. 答非选择题时,必须使用0.5毫米黑色签字笔,将答案书写在答题卡规定的位置上。

4. 所有题目必须在答题卡上作答,在试题卷上答题无效。

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ABC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. What happened to the woman?

A. She was burned.

B. She was arrested.

C. She was hit by a lawyer.

2. Where are the speakers?

A. On the third floor.

B. On the fourth floor.

C. On the fifth floor.

3. Why didn’t the woman attend the party?

A. The man didn’t invite her.

B. She didn’t see the invitation.

C. She was too busy to attend it.

4. What does the woman ask the man to do?

A. Be quiet.

B. Study more.

C. Run a business.

5. What’s the probable relationship between the speakers?

A. Classmates.

B. Teacher and parent.

C. Vet and pet owner.

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面有24小题,从题中所给的ABC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。

6段材料,回答第6、7题。

6. What might the man drink?

A. Coffee.

B. Wine.

C. Juice.

7. Why is the woman having the party?

A. She wanted to celebrate for a prize.

B. She just came back from Singapore.

C. She just moved to a new house.

7段材料,回答第810题。

8. What do we know about the woman’s apartment?

A. It has a big kitchen.

B. Its a little small.

C. Its near her office.

9. How much earlier did the woman get to work than the man?

A.10 minutes.

B. 15 minutes.

C. 20 minutes.

10. Who might Susan be?

A. The mans wife.

B. The mans boss.

C. The mans client.

8段材料,回答第1113题。

11. What are the speakers mainly talking about?

A. How to feed different kinds of animals.

B. How to escape from dangerous animals.

C. Experiences about being chased by animals.

12. When did the man see the bulls?

A. Yesterday.

B. Last year.

C. A few weeks ago.

13. Why did the bulls start jumping?

A. The man kicked them.  

B. The man wore something red.

C. The man shouted at them.

9段材料,回答第1416题。

14. Why had the speakers missed some classes?

A. Because of a trip.

B. Because of the bad weather.

C. Because of the graduation party.

15. What does the man suggest they do first?

A. Visit Johns house.

B. Call the travel agency.

C. Speak with the professors.

16. When does the woman want to make up the classes?

A. During the spring break.

B. At the end of next semester..

C. At the beginning of the new semester.

10段材料,回答第1720题。

17. What is the speaker mainly talking about?

A. The likes and dislikes of school-age children.

B. What happens when kids start school at a later time.

C. How food affects children’s thinking.

18. Who was in charge of the study?

A. The speaker.

B. The Children’s Research Center.

C. The Children’s Sleep Disorders Clinic.

19. What doesn’t Julie think will happen to well-rested students?

A. They will be happier at school.

B. They will learn better in class.

C. They will buy more energy drinks.

20. What should educators pay attention to, according to Julie?

A. School schedule and teenagers’ sleep needs.

B. Teaching methods.

C. Food quality in the dining hall.

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)

阅读下列短文,从每题所给的四个选项(ABCD)中,选出最佳选项

                                  A

What is “Dads Make a Difference”?

A service-learning opportunity for teens that deals with fatherhood, parenting, and so on.

Older teens, grades 10—12, teach younger teens, grades 6—9, about the importance of fathers in children’s lives, the legal and financial responsibilities of parenting.

Teen teacher training goals & objectives

The goal of the teen teacher training is to better understand the complex problems surrounding legal fatherhood in our society. By discussing what makes healthy families, explaining the meaning of paternity(父亲的身份), and examining the risks people take in their lives, teens will develop the skills needed to make informed decisions in their own relationships and, finally, teach this information to others.

What’s in it for me?

An opportunity to:

Learn life skills like communication, decision making, and problem solving.

Get the chance to use knowledge in meaningful and effective ways.

Develop leadership, planning, teamwork, time management, and organizational skills to help you in every aspect of your life.

Forming lasting relationships with adult mentors(导师).

Comments from teen teachers

“ ‘Dads Make a Difference’ made me realize how permanent and expensive parenthood is.”

“Speaking in form of groups and directing people in activities, I feel, is a valuable skill to have that I will use throughout my life.”

“I wish I would have gone through this program when I was in Junior High. I know it would have helped me to really think about the future and to make good decisions.”

“ ‘Dads Make a Difference’ has helped me to know the effects of my actions before I take them and I know what risks not to take to protect my future.”

21. “Dads Make a Difference” is a(n)_____.

A. name of a school

B. training center

C. social organization

D. education program

22. “Dads Make a Difference” can _____.

A. provide teens a chance to be a teacher in Junior High

B. help teens learn more about parents

C. help teens develop their life skills

D. advise teens how to avoid risks in life

23. According to the passage, who will benefit most from “Dads Make a Difference”?

A. fathers and sons

B. mothers and daughters

C. teen teachers and adult mentors

D. teens and societies

B

Internet use appears to cause a decline in psychological well-being(安康), according to research at Carnegie Mellon University.

Even people who spent just a few hours a week on the Internet experienced more depression and loneliness than those who logged on less frequently, the two-year study showed. And it wasn’t that people who were already feeling bad spent more time on the Internet, but that using the Net actually appeared to cause the bad feeling.

Researchers are puzzling over the results, which were completely contrary to their expectations. They expected that the net would prove socially healthier than television, since the Net allows users to choose their information and to communicate with others.

The fact that Internet use reduces time available for family and friends may account for the drop in well-being, researchers suggested. Faceless, bodiless “virtual”(虚拟的)communication may be less psychologically satisfying than actual conversation, and the relationship formed through it may be shallower. Another possibility is that exposure to the wider world via the Net makes users less satisfied with their lives.

“But it’s important to remember this is not about the technology per se; it’s about how it is used,” says psychologist Christine Riley of Intel, one of the study’s sponsors. “It really points to the need for considering social effects in terms of how you design applications and services for technology.”

24. The best title for this passage would be ________.

A. Internet may Cause Depression

B. The Dark Side of Internet

C. How to Use Technology Properly

D. The Importance of Psychological Well-being

25. Internet use may cause a decline in psychological well-being because ________.

A. people who were already feeling bad spend more time on the Internet

B. Internet users thought the world was wider than it really was

C. people were too eager to turn the “virtual” communication into reality

D. people have less time for actual communication with their family and friends

26. What does the underlined Latin word “per se” (in Para. 5) mean?

A. probably

B. absolutely

C. oneself

D. itself

27. What’s the tone of the passage?

A. Optimistic.

B. Critical.

C. Objective.

D. Pessimistic.

                                 

C

In cities with rent control, the city government sets the maximum rent that a landlord (房东) can charge for an apartment. Supporters of rent control argue that it protects people who are living in apartment. Their rent cannot increase; therefore, they are not in danger of losing their homes. However, the critics say that after a long time, rent control may have negative effects. Landlords know that they cannot increase their profits. Therefore, they invest in other businesses where they can increase their profits. They do not invest in new buildings which would also be rent-controlled. As a result, new apartments are not built. Many people who need apartments cannot find any. According to the critics, the end result of rent control is a shortage of apartments in the city.

Some experts argue that the minimum wage law can cause problems in the same way. The federal government sets the minimum that an employer must pay workers. The minimum helps people who generally look for unskilled, low-paying jobs. However, if the minimum is high, employers may hire fewer workers. They will replace workers with machinery. Therefore, other things being equal, the number of workers that employers want decreases. Thus, critics hold the opinion that an increase in the minimum wage may cause unemployment. Some poor people may find themselves without jobs instead of with jobs at the minimum wage.

Supporters of the minimum wage say that it helps people keep their dignity. Because of the law, workers cannot sell their services for less than the minimum. Furthermore, employers cannot force workers to accept jobs at unfair wages.

Economic theory predicts the results of economic decision, such as decisions about farm production, rent control, and the minimum wage. The predictions may be corrected only if other things are equal. Economists do not agree on some of the predictions. They also do not agree on the value of different decisions. Some economists support a particular decision while others criticize it. Economists do agree, however, that there are no simple answers to economic questions.

28. There is the possibility that setting maximum rent may ________.

A. cause a shortage of apartments

B. worry those who rent apartments as homes.

C. increase the profits of landlords.

D. encourage landlords to invest in building apartments.

29. We can safely say that rent control ________.

A. will always benefit those who rent apartments.

B. is unnecessary.

C. will probably bring inactive effects in the long run.

D. is necessary under all conditions

30. There will be the problem of unemployment if ________.

A. the minimum wage is set too high..

B. the minimum wage is set too early.

C. the workers are unskilled.

D. the maximum wage is set for poor workers.

31. The passage tells us about ________.

A. the relationship between supply and demand.

B. the possible results of government controls.

C. the necessity of government control.

D. the urgency of getting rid of government control.

 

D

The concept of culture has been defined many times, and although no definition has achieved universal acceptance, most of the definitions include three central ideas: that culture is passed on from generation to generation, that a culture represents a ready-made principle for living and for making day-to-day decisions, and, finally, that the components of a culture are accepted by those in the culture as good, and true, and not to be questioned. The eminent anthropologist George Murdock has listed seventy-three items that characterize every known culture, past and present.

The list begins with Age-grading and Athletic sports, runs to Weaning and Weather Control, and includes on the way such items as Calendar, Fire making, Property Rights, and Tool making. I would submit that even the most extreme advocate of a culture of poverty viewpoint would readily acknowledge that, with respect to almost all of these items, every American, beyond the first generation immigrant, regardless of race or class, is a member of a common culture. We all share pretty much the same sports. Maybe poor kids don’t know how to play polo, and rich kids don’t spend time with stickball, but we all know baseball, football, and basketball. Despite some misguided efforts to raise minor dialects to the status of separate  tongues, we all, in fact, share the same language.

There may be differences in diction and usage, but it would be ridiculous to say that all Americans don’t speak English. We have the calendar, the law, and large numbers of other cultural items in common. It may well be true that on a few of the seventy-three items there are minor variations between classes, but these kinds of things are really slight variations on a common theme.

There are other items that show variability, not in relation to class, but in relation to religion and ethnic background  funeral customs and cooking, for example. But if there is one place in America where the melting pot is a reality, it is on the kitchen stove; in the course of one month, half the readers of this sentence have probably eaten pizza, hot pastrami, and chow mein. Specific differences that might be identified as signs of separate cultural identity are relatively insignificant within the general unity of American life; they are cultural commas and semicolons in the paragraphs and pages of American life.

32. According to the author’s definition of culture, ________.

A. a culture should be accepted and maintained universally

B. a culture should be free from falsehood and evils

C. the items of a culture should be taken for granted by people

D. the items of a culture should be accepted by well-educated people

33. What can we learn from the passage?

A. Baseball, football and basketball are popular sports in America.

B. Different classes have different cultures.

C. Playing polo is popular among kids.

D. There is no variation in using the American language.

34. It can be inferred that ________ will most probably be included in the seventy-three items.

A. accent

B. polo

C. dream patterns

D. table manners

35. The author’s main purpose in writing this passage is to ________.

A. prove that different people have different definitions of culture

B. warn that variations exist as far as a culture is concerned

C. indicate that culture is closely connected with social classes

D. show that the idea that the poor or the rich establish a separate culture is an absurdity

 

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。             

When a New Yorker was hiking in Europe, his Swiss friend kept saying “Listen to that!” but he didn’t hear anything. His ears were accustomed to loud city noises and it was days before he was able to notice the sound of a bird.     36    . There is background music in restaurants, bars, stores, rest rooms, elevators, and when you are waiting on the telephone. Russell Baker blames “society’s determination to entertain you whether you like it or not”.

     37    , but in practice they avoid it. They drive with the car radio turned up, switch on the television when they get home, and exercise while listening to music on headphones.     38     They can buy things in stores, but they do not have enough human contact. So they fill their lives with sound.

    39    . Young men play their car stereos loudly in order to create a personal environment around them. Like animals, they are marking a territory to warn rivals away and to attract a mate.

It may also be true that the brain itself wants excitement just as the stomach insists on food.      40    . This seems extreme. Perhaps we would be better off if we sought periods of silence to provide balance.

A. Sometimes the reason for the noise is primitive

B. The noise suggests that people have a spiritual problem

C. They spend too much time in elevators and the like

D. Unlike in the past, we now have modern technology to supply a constant flood of sounds

E. For most of us, silence has become a rare experience

F. A good response would be to use our brains to improve modern technology

G. People may say they yearn for quiet

 

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(ABCD)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。

In a national spelling contest in America, an 11–year–old girl was asked to spell a certain word. But with her   41   voice the judges were not sure if she spelled the word with the letter A or E. They talked it over and   42   decided to simply ask her what she had said. By now, the girl knew she had   43   the word. But instead of lying, she told the truth that she had said the   44   letter — so she lost the contest.

As the girl walked off the   45  , the entire audience stood to their feet clapping to applaud her   46  . Later, dozens of newspaper reporters wrote about this 11– year–old girl’s honesty, even when it   47   her the contest. But the fact is that she   48   the biggest contest that day: the contest of her   49  .

Probably the biggest test of our character and honesty is what we would do if we knew we would never get   50  . This young girl could easily have   51   and nobody would have known it but herself. But that’s just it: She would know she did wrong. It’s been said, “If you   52  , you make yourself cheap.” This young girl was strong and smart enough to prize her own   53   and character more than the prize from a spelling   54  . Her respect for herself was more important than any   55   others might give her for winning a contest. She knew she would have to live with herself and the   56   she made in that moment will have long–lasting influence.

It’s so true that the choices you make today   57   what you are tomorrow. Our children will   58   our behavior much more than our advice. So if we want them to   59   to be honest, we must show them the way by being honest ourselves. Remember, our kids are   60   what we do and how we live even when we don’t think they see or know.

41. A. high

B. sweet

C. tough

D. soft

42. A. finally

B. kindly

C. secretly

D. totally

43. A. forgotten

B. mispronounced

C. misspelled

D. lost

44. A. correct

B. wrong

C. different

D. same

45. A. stage

B. studio

C. test

D. classroom

46. A. bravery

B. honesty

C. courage

D. cleverness

47. A. cancelled

B. cost

C. offered

D. wasted

48. A. achieved

B. broke

C. won

D. defeated

49. A. reputation

B. knowledge

C. life

D. character

50. A. paid

B. awarded

C. caught

D. reported

51. A. escaped

B. lied

C. changed

D. answered

52. A. accept

B. fight

C. cheat

D. insist

53. A. conscience

B. feeling

C. diligence

D. modesty

54. A. contest

B. champion

C. judger

D. expert

55. A. sense

B. pride

C. respect

D. awareness

56. A. plan

B. conclusion

C. discovery

D. choice

57. A. make

B. change

C. keep

D. create

58. A. give

B. take

C. follow

D. set

59. A. grow up

B. bring up

C. take up

D. come up

60. A. recording

B. inspecting

C. correcting

D. watching

 

II

第二节  语法填空(共10小题;每小题1.5分,满分15分)

阅读下面材料,在空白处填入适当的内容或括号内单词的正确形式。

Zoos are places   61   animals are kept. There are some reasons   62  keeping animals in zoos.

Firstly, zoos are entertaining and interesting places of children. Most children like to see animals in zoos. Zoos also offer people   63   (live) in big cities a chance of getting close to nature.

Secondly, it is easier for scientists to research animals lives when they are kept in zoos than they are in forests. Scientists can study animals   64   (relate), their life cycles, or their habits to learn how to breed animals,   65   can reduce animal  66   (extinct).

Furthermore, the risk of dying out of some   67   (endanger) animals is reduced because they are kept in safety.

   68  , zoos also cause some problems for animals, such as restrictions on their freedom. They also lose their “wild” character. For example, tigers might lose their   69   (hunt) skills. Besides, zoos cost a lot of money for land, animals’ food and labors. This may charge   70   (expense) for people who want to visit zoos.

 

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。每处错误仅涉及一个单词的增加、删除或修改。

增加:在缺词处加一个漏字符号(),并在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。

The earthquake affects the students of the destroying areas in many ways. How can we help them? One expert says the child will have feelings of fear, angry and feel they are not safe after the quake. They will find it hardly to focus. They will tend to cry and shout and tremble. And they might be afraid to be alone.The teenagers will find it difficult to live in a balance way. If things get worse they might not be able to focus to their studies. He also say we can do something to help the children. The first thing is that to build up trust with them, and be their friend. Then you have to give them sense of safety. Thirdly, try to satisfy their psychological needs. Be a good listener whether he or she needs to talk.

 

 

第二节 书面表达(满分25分)

高三年级是高中生活的最后一年,这一年中,学生们面临着沉重的升学压力。因此,很多学生课间也坐在教室里用功,但学习效率和成绩并不理想。由此你想告诉他们:适当的休息很有必要。现在就请你以A Ten-minute Break”为题,按下列要点写一篇短文,让这些同学从中有所启发。要点如下:

1.十分钟的课间休息很有必要。

2.要注意适当的休息方式。

3.你是怎样利用这十分钟的。

注意:①开头已经给出,不计入总词数;②词数100左右。

A Ten-minute Break

As a Senior Three student, time seems much limited._______________________

_______________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________

 

 

命题人:邓文科     审题人:杨世立

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

2016年重庆一中高2017级高三上期半期考试

        2016.11

 

听力理解

1-5 BCBAA

6-10 BACCB

11-15 CCBBC

16-20 BBBCA

 

阅读理解

21-23 DCD

24-27 ADDC

28-31 ACAB 

32-35 CADD

 

七选五

36-40 EGBAD

 

完形填空

41-45 DACBA

46-50 BBCDC

51-55 BCAAC

56-60 DACAD

 

语法填空

61. where

62. for

63. living

64. relationships

65. which

66. extinction

67. endangered

68. However

69. hunting

70. expensively

 

 

 

短文改错

71. destroying destroyed

72. child  children

73. angry  anger

74. hardly  hard

75. balance  balanced

76. to → on

77. say  says

78. 去掉that

79. a sense of safety

80. whether  if

 

书面表达

A Ten-minute Break

As a Senior Three student, time seems much limited. As a result, more and more students try to study from early morning till late afternoon, even during the ten-minute break. In my opinion, to take a ten-minute break between classes is necessary. Otherwise we will feel tired both physically and mentally.

During the ten-minute break, we do something to get rid of tiredness. What we need is to have a real rest, instead of getting more tired. So doing nothing tiring in that period is really good for us.

My ten-minute break is always pleasing. Sometimes I do some simple exercises. Sometimes I have a free chat with my classmates or just take a walk outside. When the next class begins, I feel fresh again.

 

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