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天津市八校2016屆高三聯考英語試題

高三年級天津市八校聯考  英語  試卷
(Ⅰ) 聽力理解:(共20分)
第一節,聽下面5段對話。每段對話后有一個小題,從題中所給的A、B、C三個選項中選出最佳選項,并標在試卷的相應位置。 聽完每段對話后,你都有時間來回答有關小題和閱讀下一小題。 每段對話僅讀一遍。(1-5題,每題1分)。
1.What does the man mean?
A. He wants to pay in cash.  B. He thinks it too cheap.  C. He wouldn’t buy it.
2.What does the man like best?
  A. Coffee.                B. Tea.                 C. Juice.
3. When will the woman and man meet?
  A. At ten o’clock today.     B. At ten o’clock tomorrow. C. At nine o’clock tomorrow.
4. What does the woman ask the man to do?
  A. To tell Alice to call her back. B. To tell Alice to attend a meeting. C. To tell Alice to meet her.
5. What time is dinner served?
A. Between 6:00pm and 9:00 pm.
B. Between 7:00pm and 9:00pm.
C. Between 8:00pm and 9:00pm
第二節,聽下面3段對話或獨白。每段對話或獨白后有幾個小題,從題中所給的A、B、C三個選項中選出最佳選項,并標在試卷的相應位置。 聽每段對話或獨白前,你將有時間閱讀各個小題;聽完后,各小題給出時間來回答有關小題和閱讀下一小題。 每段對話或獨白讀兩遍。(6-15題,每題1.5分)。
聽下面一段對話,回答第6至8小題。
6. How much does the woman pay?
  A. Three dollars.           B. Four dollars.            C. Five dollars.
7. What’s the possible relationship between the two speakers?
  A. Conductor and customer.  B. Teacher and student.      C. Manager and waiter.
8. When will the woman catch the bus?
  A. At 10:30               B. At 10:40.                C. At 10:50.
  聽下面一段對話,回答第9至11小題。
9. How long has the woman not seen her brother?
  A. For one year.            B. For two years.           C. For three years.
10. In which country did David ever work as a teacher?
  A. Australia.    B. England.    C. America.
11. Why did the woman come to Australia?
  A. To look for her brother.     B. To look for a job.        C. To visit the man’s family.
聽下面一段對話,回答第12至15小題。
12. When did Mike get his first mobile phone?
  A. Two years ago.         B. Four years ago.          C. Ten years ago.
13. How much did the mobile phone Mike is using now cost?
  A. 450yuan.              B. 4,500yuan.             C. 5,400yuan.
14. Why does Mike love his mobile phone so much?
  A. He can surf the Internet and download anything he likes.
  B. He can send messages by mobiles with little money.
  C. He can easily keep in touch with his friends and family.
15. What does Mike use his mobile phone mainly to do for entertainment?
   A. Play games.            B. Listen to music.         C. Watch movies.

(Ⅱ) 單項填空:(每題1分,滿分15分)
16. I was reading a novel in the library when suddenly someone patted me on ______ head from behind, which was really ______ shock.
A. the; the    B. the; a    C. a; the    D. a; a
17. ---Has she recovered?
---No. She has taken a lot of different medicines, but ____ has worked on her illness.
A. nothing           B. none            C. neither          D. no one
18. You’d better master as much knowledge as possible; otherwise, you’ll probably live a hard life as a ______ of this.
A. concept            B. conquest        C. contact          D. consequence
19. “Chinese dream” and “beautiful China” were most _____ used in media reports last year, which made us in good spirits.
   A. frequently           B. scarcely         C. occasionally      D. roughly
20. She told her story in _____ expressions, so that I could have a true picture in my mind.
   A. available            B. valuable         C. similar           D. vivid
21. The employees in the company_____ the task on schedule, but they fell behind because of the
bad weather.
   A. can finish       B. could have finished  C. might finish   D. shall have finished
22. With the development of high technology, not only the young but also the old_____ used
mobile phones.
   A. is                B. are              C. has             D. have
23. ---Danial, Bob won't go to the picnic tomorrow morning.
  ---But he ___! It is too disappointing.
A. was promising  B. promised  C. promises  D. had promised
24. Your roommate is still suffering from the cold. If she____ the medicine yesterday, she ___ well
now.
    A. took; would be            B. had taken; would have been  
C. had taken; would be        D. should take; would have been
25. ----Remember to return this book tomorrow on time. 
---________.
A. With pleasure     B. My pleasure    C. Get it       D. That’s nothing
26. He published a paper in the newspaper, ____ he described a new technique in detail.
A. where             B. which        C. when         D. why
27. Some foreigners went to the famous Beijing Roasted Duck Restaurant to have dinner, ______ it went out of business because of the ongoing bird flu.
A. such as finding      B. so as to find    C. only finding    D. only to find
28. The saying goes that there is no end to learning, ____ we should never content ourselves with a little book knowledge.
    A. such             B. so           C. still          D. yet
29.People can’t help wondering______ the increasing popularity of digital media will replace the traditional media in the future.
    A. whenever          B whether        C. why          D. where
30. We wouldn't take action_____ we were not sure of our security completely.
    A. though            B. where          C. if         D. whenever
(Ⅲ) 完形填空:(每題1.5分,滿分30分)
     Virak Mao moved from Cambodia six and a half years ago. He was an exciting and _31_ 12-year-old boy,looking forward to his new life in Canada but fearful he wouldn’t make friends, __32_ since he didn’t speak English. What great progress he has _33_ since then.
     First of all, he got over those early difficulties and _34_ friends. Mao not only mastered _35_ but won the Grade 9 French award. At school, he _36_to organize school events. Mao also _37_ at school, such as cleaning the library and helping others. Mao had wanted to be an engineer _38_ after struggling with chemistry, he discovered a new passion for _39_. At his Buddhist temple, Mao is a leader and _40_ those who came to Canada for the first time to work hard. He also _41_ in cultural dancing with other temple members, donating any _42_ they raise back to the temple to buy supplies for the poor. Since the summer of 2011, he has held a job at a clothing store to help _43_ his family. In June, Mao _44_from C.W. Jefferys and is now in the business management program at Ryerson University.
      He is also the first winner of a new scholarship _45_ by the Graduate Business Council with the purpose of helping a student, _46_ wants to improve his community and in _47_ of money. Awarded the scholarship in June, Mao spoke about the _48_ of the award. “I was so excited. It was a huge relief for me,” he said, adding he would buy textbooks and school supplies with the award. “I am really _49_ they raised this money to award me the scholarship. I just have no words. Anyone who works hard gets well_50_.”
     31. A. comfortable        B. quiet             C. serious   D. nervous
     32.A. especially          B. finally            C. recently           D. specially
     33. A. achieved       B. decided           C. refused           D. accepted
     34.A. recognized          B. made             C. lost              D. borrowed
     35.A. Cambodia          B. Japanese           C. English           D. Chinese
     36. A. helped             B. pretended         C. planned           D. wanted
     37. A. volunteered        B. attempted         C. continued         D. struggled
     38. A. because           B. if                 C. but             D. since
     39. A. education          B. law               C. language         D. business
     40. A. calls              B. encourages         C. introduces        D. agrees
     41. A. gets               B. gives              C. participates      D. cuts
     42. A. food              B. equipment          C. paper            D. money
     43. A. carry             B. support            C. build            D. rescue
     44. A. graduated         B. escaped            C. changed           D. learned
     45. A. created           B. found            C. organized          D. chosen
     46. A. that              B. who              C. which             D. as
     47. A. hope              B. desire             C. lack              D. need
     48. A. benefit         B. interest            C. method            D. success
     49. A. careful            B. helpful            C. useful             D. thankful
     50. A. caught            B. invited            C. paid              D. fixed
(Ⅳ) 閱讀理解:(每題2.5分,滿分50分)   A
Dear Mr Rupp,
   The day I met you was the first day of high school. We liked each other immediately. You gave me a lot of advice over the next four years, like how I should get my ass to Berkeley where I belonged. I’m still there, by the way. I wish you were still around, too.
   I remember your laugh, which would start with a rough guffaw(狂笑) and end with a hacking smoker’s cough that would make even the most rebellious (叛逆的) teenager swear to lay off the cigarettes.
   I remember the way you didn’t lower your standards, yet still refused to give up on us. You were tough on us, and we were tough on you. Love is tough sometimes.
   The last time I wrote you a letter, it was 2005---four years after I graduated. I had just become a teacher, like you, and it had given me a new appreciation for the work you did with countless high school students over the years.
   It’s hard to say what I’ll miss the most about you. There are simply too many memories to sort through those four years, and it hurts to think you’ll never read this letter. I want to believe that you knew how much you meant to your family , your students, your community, and your colleagues, but that would be a lot of realization to handle, even for you.
   You changed the lives of everyone around you. Even now, you are reminding me to cherish life and its brevity and beauty, and to tell the people I love how much they mean to me before it is too late.
   Dear teacher, dear mentor, and dear friend----I miss you and all that is about you. God bless you in Heaven.
                                              To infinity and beyond,
                                              Teresea
51. What does the underlined phrase “lay off” in Paragraph 2 most probably mean?
  A. Like   B. Get into   C. Give out   D. Throw away
52. When did the author meet her teacher---Mr Rupp?
       A. In 1997        B. In 2001          C. In 2005         D. In 2009
53. Why did the author write a letter to her teacher in 2005?
    A. She wanted to tell her teacher that she had become a teacher.
    B. She had some difficulties in study and needed her teacher’s help.
    C. She wanted to be a teacher and needed her teacher’s instruction.
    D. She wanted to borrow some books from her teacher.
54. When the author wrote this letter, her teacher—Mr Rupp was_______.
      A. about to die     B. seriously ill       C. died         D. in good shape
55. Which of the following can NOT be used to describe Mr Rupp?
      A. Dedicate.  B. Full of love.  C. Like smoking.  D. Lazy.
 B
Though there are about 400 languages from all over the world that are in danger of disappearing completely,Zoque¬Ayapaneco,a native Mexican language is considered the most likely to become extinct,because the only two people in the world that speak it fluently do not talk to each other!
And,it's not because they live in different countries,states or even villages. In fact,Manuel Segovia and Isidro Velazquez,both in their 70s,live within 500 yards of each other,in the village of Ayapa in the Southern Mexican State of Tabasco. They,however,refuse to communicate because they simply don't have much in common. Segovia is apparently a little flank in nature while Velazquez is described as shy.
Segovia was at least able to talk in Zoque¬Ayapanece with his brother until he passed away about 12 years ago,and still manages to practice it with his family,especially his son Manuel,who for the last five years has been trying to learn it and hopes to become fluent enough to teach it to the next generation. Velazquez on the other hand,has not been heard speaking in the language with anybody.
The two men say the language used to be widely spoken in the village,but the younger generation shunned it for fear of being laughed at,and it therefore began to die a slow death,as the elders passed away.
Unless the two men get their acts together,the only way to hear the language will be to either listen to Manuel's not-¬so-¬fluent statement or see them talk in a documentary entitled “Lengua Muerta” (Dead Language) that is being filmed to capture Zoque Ayapaneco and 364 other native Mexican languages that are in a similar state.
We sure hope Segovia and Velazquez soon find something common to talk about. Maybe the fact is that the language is dying and that they should start encouraging and teaching the next generation together.
56.The reason why Segovia and Velazquez don't talk to each other is that ________.
A.they both are too shy             B.they have no similarity in their character
C. they are too familiar to talk       D.they live in different villages
57.What do we know about Zoque¬ Ayapaneco?
A.It was widely used twelve years ago.           
B.It is a Southern American language.
C.It will be popular in Mexico in the near future.
D.It will be dying out if no effective measures are taken.
58.The underlined word “shunned” in Paragraph 4 probably means “________”.
A.favored B.identified C.were reluctant to learn D.denied
59.From the passage,we can conclude that________.
A.altogether 365 languages are becoming extinct in the world.
B.Segovia and Velazquez will communicate with each other soon
C.the government cares a lot about the protection of Zoque¬ Ayapaneco
D.we can hear the language from Manuel or documentary “ Lengua Muerta”
60.What's the main idea of the passage?
A.World's endangered languages are being filmed.
B.Villagers are trying to protect their old language.
C.An endangered language is spoken by only two people.
D.There are a lot of languages in Mexico.
 
                             C
   What should we do when we are in a bad situation? Some may choose to give up. But is that what we should do? The following news report may get you inspired.
   With a population of 156 million, Bangladesh has one of the largest populations in the world. What makes the situation worse is that most of the country is situated on the low-lying Ganges delta(三角洲). As a result, it often suffers flooding, especially during the rainy season from July to October. In this period, the rivers rise as much as 12 feet. In such situations, people can only get to certain places by boat.
   The problems are particularly serious in the Chalanbeel region, a poor area where people survive by farming on the rich delta soil when it is not underwater. But many parents there don’t want to send their children to school and there are not enough teachers. As a result, many kids living there do not attend school on a regular basis. The problem becomes worse during the rainy season when land schools cannot be reached. Many students never return to school after the forced breaks.
   How to help students attend school regularly? 22-year-old Bangladeshi architect Mohammed Rezwan decided to take action. In 2002, the young man used $500 he had received in scholarships to start Shidhulai Swanirvar Sangstha. The non-profit organization’s mission was to set up floating schools. It took Rezwan four years to raise enough funds to open his first boat school. But as the world began to know about the organization’s worthy cause, money started to pour in. Until now, Shidhulai Swanirvar Sangstha has built 22 floating schools, some with playgrounds on the upper deck. Now a lot more children in the Chalanbeel region go to school regularly.
   We should keep in mind that there is always a solution to every problem.
 61. Which of the following statements about Bangladesh is TRUE?
     A. It hardly suffers floods after October.
     B. There are not many rivers around the country.
     C. It is situated on the low-lying Ganges delta.
     D. It sees a lot of floods from July to October.
 62. It is implied in Paragraph 3 that in the Chalanbeel region, ______.
     A. children can’t receive a good education
     B. farmers don’t have rich soil to grow crops
     C. parents consider education very important
     D. teachers lose jobs as there aren’t enough students
 63. What did Mohammed Rezwan do to help children attend school?
     A. He hired many good teachers.          B. He gave students scholarships.
     C. He started building more land schools.   D. He opened boat schools for children.
 64. Knowing about the cause of Mohammed Rezwan’s organization, many people___.
     A. realized education is very important
     B. decided to do what they could to help
     C. didn’t think his idea could be carried out
     D. were encouraged and tried to solve their problems
  65. Which of the following best describes the relationship among five paragraphs?
     A. ①②③④-⑤   B. ①-②③-④⑤   C. ①-②③④-⑤    D. ①-②-③④-⑤
                                  D
It’s never been easier to find vacant jobs or apply for them nowadays. “With technology, it’s much easier,” says Dennis Masel, chief operating officer of a US staffing agency. Mr. Masel says PDF files, mobile devices and fast Internet have changed the way he works. “ I used to personally send my resumes (簡歷) to a client’s office,” he says. “ Now I can send an application to a client within seconds via the Internet.”
Some companies have developed their own mobile apps to simplify the process. Job seekers can post their resumes online and apply for posts with a single mouse click. And it is not only computers but also mobile phones. However, some employers do not follow up on the applications they receive. It results in candidates becoming disillusioned and less inclined to click on new jobs. Dennis Masel says three steps can help you stand out.
First, he advises candidates to reach out to online networking connections at the company where you want to work. “By making a personal connection, you could essentially make your application stand out and get noticed by people.”
Second, he says, you must react quickly when you see a job you want. “ For every position that you are interested in, you have to imagine that thousands of job-seekers are all coming after the same position. You’ve got to be quick. Sometimes positions are filled within the span of hours.”
Third, use email notices on job listing sites and choose to get only the ones you want.
“I absolutely love email notices because I can get exactly the jobs that interest me, and it’s really easy for me to basically discover what positions I might be interested in,” he says. “ Put keywords in, such as the location you want to search and your experience, and get exactly what you want.”
 66. According to Paragraph 1, people nowadays change the way they work NOT because of ___.
    A. fast Internet  B. PDF files  C. resume  D. technology 
67. The underlined work “ disillusioned” in Paragraph 2 probably means_____.
    A. depressed        B. encouraged    C. anxious        D. interested
 68. Dennis Masel advises job seekers to ______.
    A. make applications more colorful
    B. use email tools to filter the job they want
    C. try to make others not accessible to the job information
      D. make a personal connection with the employer and his relatives
 69. What can we infer from this passage?
      A. Every position is filled within the span of hours.
      B. Email notices will play important roles in job hunting.
      C. Mobile phones will take the place of computers in job seeking.
      D. Employers do not acknowledge the applications they receive online.
70. By writing the passage, the author intends to____.
A. highlight the stress of job hunting
B. analyze the cause of failure in job hunting
C. introduce some currently popular hi-tech tools
D. offer readers some useful advice about job hunting
(Ⅴ) 閱讀表達(共5小題;每小題2分,滿分10分)
   “Where are you going to college?” I’m going to my local community college.” My answer seemed to be the magic phrase that would wipe the smile right off many people’s faces. It’s clear that people have a lot of misconceptions(誤解) about community colleges.
     Many people think community colleges are only for people who couldn’t get into a four-year school. But it is not true. In high school, I always got A’s. But when it came to applying to colleges, I had no idea what I wanted to major in and couldn’t justify spending thousands of dollars at a 4-year school until I knew what I wanted to do. My parents were very supportive of my decision to attend the community college.
     Some people will ask, “ Since the community college is cheaper, will you get a good education?” I found that nearly all of my professors taught the same courses at 4-year colleges. My professors were knowledgeable and experienced, and I found many of the courses challenging.
    Some people think if I attend the community college, I will miss out on the “college experience”. I must admit that this is something I worried about a great deal the summer before college. But I soon learned that the community college, just like any other college, is what you make of it. I strived to make the most of my time at the community college. I also made tons of friends by joining clubs and attending student government meetings.
     I took a lot of different courses. I had an amazing professor who suggested I take her journalism class. Never having written for my high school newspapers, I dared not take it, but since she was so enthusiastic, I eventually decided to have a try. That one course was all it took for me to realize that I wanted to become a journalist.
     I look forward to graduating this May to pursue a career in broadcast journalism. Community colleges may not be for everyone, but for me it is a life-changing experience that has helped me discover who I am and the person I hope to become.
71. What was the author’s parents’ attitude towards his/her decision about attending the community college? ( no more than 5 words)
______________________________________________________________________________
72. What does the underlined part “ miss out on” in Paragraph 4 mean? ( 1 word)
______________________________________________________________________________
73. How did the author make friends at community college? ( no more than 12 words)
______________________________________________________________________________
74. Why daren’t the author take the journalism class at first? ( no more than 12 words)
______________________________________________________________________________
75. In your opinion, what kind of effect does attending the community college have on the author? (no more than 15 words)
______________________________________________________________________________
76. 書面表達(滿分25分)
假如你是某中學學生李華,你在美國的筆友Tom要來中國交流學習一年,要寄宿在一個當地家庭, 請你根據以下提示,給他寫一封信。
提示: 1)歡迎Tom來中國交流學習,對寄宿當地家庭提些建議。
       2)初次見面要握手;學會用筷子吃飯;帶些小禮物給主人。
       3)祝交流期間開心,表示如有困難,隨時給予幫助。
注意: a 詞數不少于100;
b. 開頭和結尾不算字數;
c. 適當添加細節;
d. 筷子 chopsticks  交換生:an exchange student
Dear Tom,


Yours,
Li Hua
 

高三年級八校聯考  英語  答題紙

閱讀表達:(滿分10分)
71.What was the author’s parents’ attitude towards his/her decision about attending the community college? ( no more than 5 words)
_____________________________________________________________________________
72. What does the underlined part “ miss out on” in Paragraph 4 mean? ( 1 word)
______________________________________________________________________________
73. How did the author make friends at community college? ( no more than 12 words)
______________________________________________________________________________
74. Why daren’t the author take the journalism class at first? ( no more than 12 words)
______________________________________________________________________________
75. In your opinion, what kind of effect does attending the community college have on the author? (no more than 15 words)
______________________________________________________________________________
書面表達:(滿分25分)
Dear Tom,

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Yours,
Li Hua

高三年級八校聯考  英語  答案
(I)聽力理解:
1-5 CBBAA    6-10 CABBC   11-15 ACBAA
(II) 單項填空:
16-20 BBDAD   21-25 BDBCC  26-30 ADBBC
(III)完形填空:
31-35 DAABC   36-40 AACDB  41-45CDBAA  46-50 BDADC
(IV)閱讀理解:
51-55 DAACD  56-60 BDCDC  61-65 DADBC  66-70 CABBD
(V)閱讀表達:
71.They supported his/her decision.
72.Lack
73.By joining clubs and attending student government meetings.
74.Because the author never wrote for his or her high school newspaper.
75.Attending the community college helps the author discover who he is and will become.
(VI)書面表達:
Dear Tom,
   I’m so glad to hear that you are going to be an exchange student in China and you are going to live with host family, on which I really have several pieces of advice for you.
   First of all, you are expected to shake hands with your host family members in order to show respect. When having dinner, Chinese people usually use chopsticks and spoons instead of knives and forks. I’m sure you’ll get accustomed to it. Last but not least, it would be a good idea to bring a small gift for your host family.
   Just be relaxed and enjoy your time in China!Whenever you need help, please don’t hesitate to call me. I’m looking forward to meeting you soon.
Yours,
Li Hua

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