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陕西师范大学初中试题
陕西师大附中高2016届高三第十次模拟考试 高三年级英语试题 本试分为第I卷 和第II 卷两部分。 全卷共150分,考试时间120分钟。
第 I 卷(选择题 共100分) 第一部分 听力(共两节,满分30分) 第一节 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. What does the man say about the paintings? A. They are very expensive. B. They are very beautiful. C. They look like kids’ art. 2. What does the man want to do? A. Look for a pet store. B. Buy something for dogs. C. Let the woman take care of his dogs. 3. What are the speakers doing? A. Taking pictures. B. Doing exercise. C. Playing a video. 4. What day is it today? A. Sunday. B. Saturday. 5. Why does the woman want a later appointment? A. Her flight was delayed. B. She needs to pick up someone. C. She has to take her mother to the hospital. 第二节 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、7题。 6. What are posted on the wall of the cafeteria? A. The food prices. B. Some pictures. C. The introduction to the cafeteria. 7. What will the man probably have? A. Chicken. B. Fish. C. Noodles. 听第7段材料,回答第

8、9题。 8. According to the woman, what was the party like this year? A. It was very relaxed. C. Friday. B. It was too wild and crazy. C. It ended up a failure. 9. What can we learn about the man? A. He has a secretary named Maggie. B. He had never been to an office party before. C. He wore a black suit to the party. 听第8段材料,回答第10至12题。 10. What is bothering the man and his wife? A. The noise. B. The size of their room. C. The service of the elevator. 11. What will the man do? A. Check out today. B. Wait in the hotel. C. Call the police. 12. What did the woman promise to do? A. Repair the elevator. B. Cut down the price. C. Give the man a suite tomorrow. 听第9段材料,回答第13至16题。 13. Why was the man so late? A. He was stuck in traffic. B. The bank opened late. C. He forgot about the time in the bank. 14. Where is Henry from? A. America. B. Germany. 15. What did Henry give the man? A. A guidebook. B. Some money. C. A map of the bus system. 16. What is true of the speakers? A. They both work in a bank. B. They are traveling in Europe. C. They just came back from a holiday. 听第10段材料,回答第17至20题。 17. When is the opening day? A. July 4. B. July 7. 18. What do we find out about the America’s Cup? A. It is a boat race. B. It has been held in San Francisco before. C. The city spent one year preparing for it. 19. Which team won the race last year? A. Italy. B. New Zealand. C. France. C. September 4. C. America. 20. How many teams will be competing in the Challenger Series? A. Five. B. Four. C. Three. 第二部分:阅读理解(共两节,满分40分) 第一节(共15小题;毎小题2分,满分30分) 阅读下列四篇短文,从每小题后所给的A、B、C、D四个选项中,选出最佳选项,并在答題卡上将该选项涂黑。 A. Homestay provides English language students with the opportunity to speak English outside the classroom and the experience of being part of a British home. What to Expect The host will provide accommodation and meals. Rooms will be cleaned and bedcovers changed at least once a week. You will be given the house key and the host is there to offer help and advice as well as to take an interest in your physical and mental health. Accommodation Zones Homestays are located in London mainly in Zones 2, 3 and 4 of the transport system. Most hosts do not live in the town Centre as much of central London is commercial and not residential(居住的). Zones 3 and 4 often offer larger accommodation in a less crowded area. It is very convenient to travel in London by Underground. Meal Plans Available ◇ Continental Breakfast ◇ Breakfast and Dinner ◇ Breakfast, Packed Lunch and Dinner It's important to note that few English families still provide a traditional cooked breakfast. Your accommodation includes Continental Breakfast which normally consists of fruit juice, cereal(谷物类食品), bread and tea or coffee. Cheese, fruit and cold meat are not normally part of a Continental Breakfast in England. Dinners usually consist of meat or fish with vegetables followed by dessert, fruit and coffee. Friends If you wish to invite a friend over to visit, you must first ask your host's permission. You have no right to entertain friends in a family home as some families feel it is an invasion of their privacy. Self-Catering (自助的)Accommodation in Private Homes Accommodation on a room only basis includes shared kitchen and bathroom facilities and often a main living room. This kind of accommodation offers an independent lifestyle and is more suitable for the long stay student. However, it does not provide the same family atmosphere as an ordinary homestay and may not benefit those who need to practice English at home quite as much. 21. The passage is probably written for________. A. hosts willing to receive foreign students B. foreigners hoping to build British culture C. English learners applying to live in English homes D. travelers planning to visit families in London 22. Which of the following will the host provide? A. Free transport. B. Medical care. C. Room cleaning. D. Physical training. 23. What can be inferred from Paragraph 3? A. Zone 4 is more crowded than Zone 2. B. The business center of London is in Zone 1. C. Hosts dislike travelling to the city center. D. Accommodation in the city center is not provided. 24. Why do some people choose self-catering accommodation? A. To enjoy much more freedom. B. To enrich their knowledge of English. C. To entertain friends as they like. D. To experience a warmer family atmosphere. B. Studies show that laughter is something that makes you feel calm or relaxed for both physical and psychological wounds though it may seem futile(无用的) to laugh in the face of pain and fear. When Dan Rather interviewed comedian Bill Cosby just one week after his son, Ennis, was killed, Cosby said, “I think it is time for me to tell people that we have to laugh. You can turn painful situations around through laughter. If you can find humor in anything, you can survive it.” Call it a flashlight for dark times: laughter just seems to adjust attitude better than anything else. Inspirational speaker Steve Rizzo recalls a TV interview with an injured firefighter a few days after 9.11.The man had fallen more than 30 stories in one of the towers and had broken a leg. Everyone was crying, and the reporter asked, “How is it that you’ve come out of this alive?” He looked at her and without missing a beat, said, “Look, lady, I’m from New York and I’m a firefighter; that’ all you need to know.” “Everyone laughed and though the laughter was only a couple of seconds,” says Rizzo. “Sometimes that’s all you need to catch your second breath. Laughter gives you that couple of seconds. You’re sending a message to your brain, and the message is: If you can still laugh even a little among the pain, you are going to be OK.” Of course, there is a difference between laughing off a serious situation and laughing off the fear that results. The firefighter was doing the latter, states Rizzo, the author of Becoming a Humorous Being, and so should we. “If there is anything we have learnt from 9.11, it’s how precious life really is,” she says. “We have to send a message that our spirit won’t die. One important thing that unites us is our ability to laugh.” 25. The writer uses the examples of the comedian and the firefighter to show______. A. it is your attitude that decides whether you can survive the pain or not B. laughter is the best way to cure psychological wounds C. laughter can make people feel calm or relaxed D. laughter is a good way to get rid of pain and fear 26. We can infer from the passage that Steve Rizzo is __________. A. a reporter B. a soldier C. a firefighter D. a doctor 27. From the passage, we can know that Americans are___________. A. really happy after 9.11 C. nearly surprised by 9.11 B. greatly hurt by 9.11 D. hardly united after 9.11 C. In my early 30s, I used an expired(过期的) student ID to buy discounted movie tickets. I’d tell myself, I’m buying a ticket I wouldn’t have otherwise bought. I think many people have done similar things however, we still think of ourselves as honest citizens. Researchers who study these behaviours believe that character isn’t the real reason. We might break the rules under some conditions and in some mind-sets , but not in others . Years ago , Francesca Gino, a professor at Harvard , and Dan Ariely , a behavioural economist at Duke, wondered if people with highter IQs were more likely to cheat. They found that cleverness wasn’t closely connected to dishonesty , but creativity was. The more creative you are , the easier it is to retell the story of what happened when you behaved dishonestly . Harvard University psychologist Joshua Greene argues in his book Moral Tribe that we may be born without having a clear sense of right and wrong, but our culture sharpens it . If your tribe downloads pirated(盗版)music , you’re likely to go with the flow. Harvard researcher Leslie John , along with two colleagues conducted an experiment . They told volunteers that others in the room were making more money than they were for getting questions right on a test . Guess what happened ? That group, which considered itself disadvantaged, cheated more than those who believed that everyone received an equal payment. The real threat is that rule breaking worsens over time . Behavioural psychology offers a few antidotes . Keep yourself fed and well-rested —we’re likelier to bebave badly when hungry or tied . Reflect on how your actions look through others’ eyes and see yourselves in a positive light. In a Stanford study, when researchers uesd the verb cheat —please don’t cheat — participants still cheated freely because they felt distanced (疏远)from the act. When the noun was used —don’t be a cheater —hardly anyone did. 28. According to Francesca Gino , who are likeliest to break the rules in a company ? A. Accountants. B. Designers C. Cleaners. D. Typists. 29. Why did volunteers in Leslie John’s experiment cheat more than others ? A. Because they were not as smart as others . B. Because they thought others cheated too. C. Because they felt a sense of unfairness. D. Because they were tired and hungry. 30. The underlined word “antidotes ” in the last paragraph canbe replaced by _____. A. explanations . B. solutions C. studies D. novels. 31. What’s the best title for the text ? A. Why people break the rules. B. How people break the rules . C. The influence of breaking the rules. D. Different ways of breaking the rules. D. We all have our ways of marking time. My life is measured by taking pictures from one story to the next. My oldest son was born in the middle of a long story about endangered animals. My daughter came along with a pack of gray wolves. It's the story in Alaska that I'll remember best,though. It was the story about the loss of wild land,during which my wife Kathy got cancer. That's the one that made time stand still. With anxiety,I stopped taking pictures on the day when she found that tumor (肿瘤).Cruelly,it was Thanksgiving Day. Early examination saves time. But ours was not early. By the time you can feel it yourself,it's often bigger than the doctor wants it to be. Cancer is a thief. It steals time. Our days are already short with worry. Then comes this terrible disease,unfair as storm at harvest time. But cancer also has the power to change us,for good. We learn to simplify it,enjoying what we have instead of feeling sorry for what we don't. Cancer even makes me a better father. My work has made me a stranger to my three kids. But now I pay attention to what really matters. This is a new way of life and a new way of seeing,all from the cancer. In the end each of us has so little time. We have less of it than we can possibly imagine. And even though it turns out that Kathy's cancer has not spread,and her prognosis (预断) is good. We try to make it all count(重要) now,enjoying every part of every day. I've picked up my camera again. I watch the sky,searching for beautiful light. When winter storms come,Kathy and I gather our children and take the time to catch snowflakes (雪花) on our tongues. After all,this is good. This is what we're living for. 32.What is the writer? A.A sponsor. B. A photographer. C.A doctor. 33.How did the writer feel after knowing Kathy's disease? A.Anxious. B.Innocent. A.He focuses much more on his work. C.Powerful. D.Optimistic. B.He spends more time with his family. 34.What effect has the cancer had on the author? C.He becomes a stranger to his children. D.He devotes much more to medical care. 35.What can be inferred from the passage? A.Cancer steals time. B.Kathy's cancer has spread. C.The author takes a different way of life. D.Snowflakes make the family feel cool. 第二节(共5小题;毎小题2分,满分10分) Everyone is forgetful, but as we age, we start to feel like our brains are slowing down a bit — and that can be a very annoying thing._____36_____Read on for some techniques worth trying. 1.______37______ People who regularly made plans and looked forward to upcoming events had a 50 percent reduced chance of Alzheimer's disease (早老性痴呆症), according to a recent study.______38_______Something as simple as setting a goal to have a weekly coffee date with a friend will do. There's evidence that people who have a purpose in life or who are working on long or short-term goals appear to do better. In other words, keep your brain looking forward. 2. Go for a walk. Mildly raised glucose (葡萄糖) levels can harm the area of the brain that helps you form memories and physical activity can help get blood glucose down to normal levels. In fact, exercise produces chemicals that are good for your brain._______39_______ D.A director. 3. Learn something new. Take a Spanish class online, join a drawing club, or learn to play cards. A study found that mental stimulation (刺激) limits the weakening effects of aging on memory and the mind. But the best thing for your brain is when you learn something new and are physically active at the same time. _____40______Or go dancing with your friends. A. Focus on the future. B. This can be especially harmful to the aged. C. It should be something like learning gardening. D. So take a few minutes each day to do some reading. E. But don't worry if your schedule isn't filled with life-changing events. F. Luckily, research shows there is a lot you can do to avoid those moments. G. In other words, when you take care of your body, you take care of your brain. 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,选出可以填入空白处的最佳选项,并在答题卡上将该项涂黑。 Yesterday, I went to a grocery store to buy myself supper. I actually borrowed money from my friend. On my way out, I saw a lady there with a little girl about nine or ten years old. They had many bags filled with 41 cans. They could get a five-cent refund for each can returned, and 42 they could only get a few dollars. That really struck me, and I couldn’t 43 wondering about them. I reached into my 44 and confirmed that I had 10 dollars left of the money I had 45 .Thus , I walked back to the store and was about to give 46 the $10. However, I was really 47 and I didn’t want to offend her. Maybe she didn’t 48 need it, so I walked back again. I made it a few steps away 49 the store, then turned back around and walked back in. 50 I saw the mother and daughter, I chickened out again. Then I 51 this a couple more times. At the moment, I noticed one of the 52 from the grocery store outside getting ready to go home. I 53 her to give the lady the money for me. She thought it was 54 and asked me why. I just said that I needed to 55 it forward to a stranger and that it was hard to 56 . She asked me to stay there in case she didn’t want to 57 it , but I replied, “she has no 58 , and I’m leaving right now anyway。” I watched the cashier go to her, and then I left 59 .I have no idea what happened--if it helped or was appreciated--but, either way, my conscience is clear。 And I truly believe that no act of 60 , no matter how small, is ever wasted. 41. A. full B. empty C. beautiful D. big 42. A. rarely B. mainly C. totally D. truly 43. A. stop B. consider C. remember D. practise 44. A. can B. bank C. desk D. pocket 45. A. borrowed B. earned C. hidden D. saved 46. A. him B. her C. me D. it 47. A. kind B. honest C. stupid D. shy 48. A. really B. freely C. regularly D. quickly 49. A. in B. from C. into D. with 50. A. If B. Although C. As soon as D. Before 51. A. met B. left C. made D. repeated 52. A. cashiers B. friends C. bankers D. waiters 53. A. forced B. asked C. allowed D. ordered 54. A. interesting B. wrong C. normal D. strange 55. A. pay B. sell C. promise D. lend 56. A. change B. explain C. shout D. complain 57. A. refuse B. avoid C. accept D. receive 58. A. money B. chance C. way D. choice 59. A. immediately B. easily C. seriously D. fortunately 60. A. confidence B. faith C. kindness D. selfishness 第Ⅱ卷(非选择题 共50分) 第二节 (共10分;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(不多于3个单词)或括号内单词的正确形式。 People ___61___ (live) in different countries have made different kinds of ____62____(word). Today there are about fifteen hundred languages in the world. Each contains many thousands of words. A very large dictionary, for example, ___63___(contain) four or five hundred thousand words. But we do not need all these. To read short stories, you need to know only about two thousand words. Before you leave school, you will learn only one thousand ___64____ more. The words you know___65___ (call )your vocabulary. You should try to make your vocabulary ___66___ (big). Read as many books as we can. There are a lot of books ___67____ (write) in easy English. You will enjoy them. When you meet ____68___ new word, look it ___69___ in your dictionary. Your dictionary is your ____70____ (much) useful book. 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处错误,每句中最多有两处。错误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(Λ),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:在错的词下划一横线,并在该词下面写出修改后的词。 注意: 1.每处错误及其修改均仅限一词; 2.只允许修改10处,多者(从第11处起)不计分。 Last night, I went to my friend’s birthday party, where I make some new friends. We talked happily, and one of my new friend showed us the pictures of the places he had been visited. We were extreme envious because all of you had the dream to travel to different places, but none of us had taken action. He told us that we had the energy to see the world and we should carry out our travel plan once we had an idea. That he told us is right, and most of the young people haven’t realized this. We should do what we want to do instead of waste our youth. 第二节 书面表达(共1小题,共25分) 假定你是某国际学校的学生会主席李华。学生会准备组织同学们本周日去残疾人活动中心义务劳动 。请你用英语写一份通知,要点如下: 1. 活动目的:关爱、尊重残疾人; 2. 注意事项:保持微笑、不问有关残疾的问题等; 3. 开头和结尾已给出,但不计入总词数。
参考词汇:the disabled 残疾人 Activity Center for the disabled残疾人活动中心 Notice Dear fellow students, Student Union 听力:1—5 CBABB 6—10 ABABA 11—15 BCCAC 16—20 BAACC 阅读:A篇. 21-24 CCBA B篇. 25-27DAB C篇. 28--31 BCBA D篇. 32-35 BABC 36-40 FAEGC 答案41-45 BCADA 46-50 BDABC 51-55 DABDA 56-60 BCDAC 语法填空 61. living 62. Words 63. contains called 66. bigger 67. written 68. a 69. up 70. most. 短文改错 Keys: make改为made; friend 改为friends; been 去掉;extreme 改为extremely; you 改为us; and 后加that; an 改为the; That 改为What; and 改为but; waste 改为wasting Text 1 M: What are all those paintings on that wall over there? They look like they were done by a child. W: Actually, I paid about two thousand dollars for each of the small ones. And the larger one was three times as much。 Text 2 M: Excuse me. Where would I find vitamins for dogs? W: We have some on aisle five. If you need a wider selection, however, I would suggest going to a pet store. Text 3 M: OK, why don’t you try putting your leg out a little bit more? W: All right… Ouch。
Mark, I think we need to stop for a minute. M: What are you talking about? These pictures are looking great。 We can’t stop now。
W: I think I pulled a muscle during that last pose… Text 4 W: Didn’t you have an interview with an advertising company yesterday? How did it go? M: They called to reschedule it for next Monday. W: Well, that’s the day after tomorrow. Text 5 M: We’re scheduled to be at your place later this afternoon. W: I’m afraid we have to push it back a couple of hours. My mother’s flight was delayed, so I won’t be back from the airport until about
3:00 p.m. Text 6 W: Oh, it’s super crowded here. M: Yes. People like to eat in cafeterias. They’re cheap and quick. W: What shall we do now? I’m a bit lost in here. M: Just pick up a plate and put a knife, fork, spoon, and a paper napkin on it. Then, just start walking down the line. W: I see. Are those the food prices that are posted on the wall? M: Yeah. You can choose whatever you want. W: What a variety of foods。
Barbecued chicken, fried fish, spaghetti…they all sound delicious. M: They sure do. What are you going to have? W: I’d like that fried fish. M: OK. That’s also my favorite. Text 7 M: Hey, did you have fun at the company party on Friday night? W: Yeah, I guess it was OK. Those parties usually end up the same way. M: What do you mean? W: Oh, you know…someone ends up drinking too much, things like that. M: Really? This was my first office party. And I didn’t notice any of that stuff going on at all. W: Yeah, you know what? You’re totally right. This year’s party was different. Everything was totally relaxed. It was actually fun to be around our coworkers for a change。
M: Did you see the dress that Maggie was wearing? W: Which Maggie? The one from the accounting department or Mr. Bradley’s secretary? M: The secretary. W: Oh, yeah. I liked it a lot. It was really pretty. And blue is my favorite color. M: Mine, too. I just think it’s cool to see people dressed up differently from boring old black and white business clothes. Text 8 W: Good morning, sir. What can I do for you? M: This is Roger Bell in Room 908. Listen, I need to change rooms. It’s too noisy in here. My wife was woken up several times by the elevator. She said she couldn’t stand it. W: I’m very sorry, sir. I do apologize. Room 908 is one of our older rooms. It’s possible that noise can be heard early in the morning when everything else is quiet. M: Well, look here. Since we’re paying good money to stay in this hotel, I’d like to change rooms, please. W: I’d be happy to, sir. The problem is that we’re all booked up today. Could you wait till tomorrow? There’ll be some rooms for you to choose from then. M: All right, but I think you should offer us a suite tomorrow evening so we can finally get a good night’s sleep. That would be fair. W: No problem, sir. I’ll be sure to make a note of that. Everything will be taken care of. And if there is anything else you need, please let us know. Text 9 W: Oh, Peter, there you are. You’ve been gone for ages. What kept you so long? M: I’m sorry I’m so late, Sally. You know I went to the bank to cash some traveler’s checks? Well, the computer system was down. Just my luck, right? They said the problem would be fixed in a few minutes, so I waited. And then I started talking to another guy in the bank, and I forgot all about the time. W: Oh, really? Who did you meet in the bank? Someone who works there? M: No, he’s a tourist from New York. His name’s Henry, and he’s been here for a week, but he’s going to Germany tomorrow. He’s an architect, and he’s spending four weeks traveling around Europe. W: Just like us。 M: Yeah, you said it。 He told me the names of some places where we should eat. Great food, and not too pricey, he said. Oh, and he also gave me this map of the bus system. He said he didn’t need it anymore. W: That’s cool, but it’s too bad he’s leaving tomorrow. Ah, here’s the waitress. Let’s order. Do you want anything to eat, or should we just have a drink? M: Well, I’m hungry, and we’ve got a lot of sightseeing to do, so let’s just have a snack and a drink. Text 10 The ceremony on July 4 will mark the opening of the America’s Cup Park and the start of the Summer of Racing in San Francisco. Tickets for the 2013 America’s Cup Opening Ceremony are on sale now. Stephen Barclay, the leader of the event, said that it would be a fantastic day for the America’s Cup in San Francisco. He said that the city had been working toward this moment for nearly two years, and that the opening ceremony would be the start of an unforgettable Summer of Racing. Opening day marks the start of the competition for the America’s Cup, the oldest prize in international sailing. Racing begins on July 7 in the America’s Cup Challenger Series, and three teams will be competing against each other. The winner of the Challenger Series will race the winner from last year, Oracle Team USA, in the finals in September. This is the first time the boat race has ever been held in San Francisco, and the first time the competition has been in the United States since 1995. The three teams in the Challenger Series are from Italy, New Zealand, and Sweden. 二) 1—5 CBABB 6—10 ABABA 11—15 BCCAC 16—20 BAACC 陕西师范大学初中试题。
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