山东省淄博一中2014届高三上学期期中模块考试英语试题 Word版含答案

从 A、B、C、D 四个选项中,选出可以填入空白处的最佳选项,并在答题卡上将该项涂黑。 1. —See light in the sky? plane. C.the;a D.不填;a —Yes.it's moving fast.It must be A.a;the B.the;不填

2. If ______, the polluted air can result in deadly diseases or even death. A. being breathed in C. breathed in B. having been breathed in D. breathing in

3. In the U.S., ______ a tip is thought to be polite when paying the bill. A. leave B. having left C. leaving D. being left

4. They dream to live in a nation ______ they will not be judged by the color of their skin. A. what B. where C. which D. that

5. That young man has made so much noise that he ______ not have been allowed to attend the concert. A. could B. should C. would D. must

6. My father tends to explain everything in general while my mother ______. A. in detail B. in advance C. on average D. on purpose 7. Jack is a great talker. It’s high time he ______ something instead of just talking. A. will do B. has done C. do D. did

8. We all feel ______ an honor to hold the opening ceremony of Red Sorghum in our city. A. it B. this C. that D. one 9. ______ doing the housework was the last thing I’d like to do, I did it with all my efforts. A. Although B. As C. As long as D. Now that

10. She ___ an old friend of hers yesterday while she was shopping at the department store. A. turned down B. dealt with C. took after D. came across

11. The driver was fined for stopping the car on the super highway ______ a short break. A. took B. taking C. taken D. to take

12.1 saw a man shouting at a driver ______ car was blocking the street. A. of which B. of whom C. who D. whose

13. I was so excited last night that it was a long time ______ I got to sleep. A. that B. before C. since D. when 14. ——Mr. Harry, we want to hear what you think about the survey being carried out in our school.

——OK,I

to that. A. am coming B. when

B. have come C. that

C. came D. why

D. come

15. What the doctor really doubts is ______ my mother will recover from the serious disease soon. A. whether A. Sure, it’s up to you C. Sorry, I’m not available today 16. — Shall we go for a walk after school today? —______. Will tomorrow be Ok? B. Sure, no problem D. Sorry, I can’t get it

17. -Is your father a teacher of English in the No. l Middle School? -No! But he _________ English there for ten years. A. has taught B. has been teaching C. taught D. had taught 18. 一 Are you satisfied with the result of the exam? A. a worse one B. a better one 一 Not at all. I can't have _______. D. the best one 2012 in

C. the worst one

19. The real-name policy for train tickets has been applied to all trains since January l, China,________ will make it easy for people to get tickets. A. which B. when C. what D. where

20. Find ways to praise your children often, _________ you'II find they will open their hearts to you. A till B. or —______________. B.I suppose not C. Never mind D. I'm terribly sorry A. rest C. and D. but 21. —No photos, please! A. Don't mention it

22. Three foreign films will be on this month. One is made in Korea, _______ two are made in England. B. another C. other D. the other 23. — What did you have for breakfast during your visit to Britain? — ______ but bread and butter. That was the only food they served day in and day out. A. Nothing B. Everything C. Anything D. Something

24. The document film ______ next week aims at introducing local cultures to the world. A. released B. being released C. to be released D. having been released 25 — Do you have the time? I’ve got something to tell you. — Ok, ______ you make your story short. A. now that B. even if C. so long as D. in case

第二节:完形填空(共 20 小题;每小题 1.5 分,满分 30 分) A teacher who taught Maths to seven-year-old Carlos asked him, “If I give you one apple and one apple and one apple, how many apples will you have?” Within a few seconds Carlos 26 confidently, “Four!” The confused teacher was expecting an effortless 27 answer, three. She was disappointed. “Maybe the child did not listen 28 ”, she thought. She 29 , “Carlos, listen carefully. If I give you one apple and one apple and one apple, how many apples will you have?” Carlos had seen the 30 on his teacher’s face. He 31 again on his fingers. But within him he was also 32 the answer that would make the teacher happy. This time hesitatingly he replied, “Four. ” The disappointment stayed on the teacher’s face. Suddenly she 33 that Carlos liked strawberries. She thought maybe he didn’t like apples and that was why he couldn’t answer the question. This time with an excitement in her 34 she asked, “If I give you one strawberry and one strawberry and one strawberry, then how many you will have?” Seeing the teacher happy, young Carlos calculated on his fingers again. There was no pressure on him, 35 a little on the teacher. She wanted her new 36 to succeed. 37 a hesitating smile young Carlos

replied, “Three?” The teacher now had a 38 smile. Her approach had succeeded. She wanted to 39 herself. But one last thing remained. 40 she asked him, “Now if I give you one apple and one apple and one more apple how many will you have?” Confidently Carlos answered, “Four!” The teacher was 41 “How Carlos, how?” she demanded in a little annoyed voice. In a voice that was 42 and hesitating young Carlos replied, “Because I already have one 43 in my bag.” The story tells us: when someone gives you an answer that is 44 from what you expect, don’t take it for granted that they are wrong. There shall be an 45 that you may not have thought about yet. 26. A. replied B. told C. added D. wrote 27. A. funny B. difficult C. wrong D. correct 28. A. sincerely B. actively C. properly D. strictly 29. A. ordered B. repeated C. whispered D. complained 30. A. satisfaction B. disappointment C. punishment D. determination 31. A. recognized B. discovered C. calculated D. condemned 32. A. searching for B. waiting for C. arguing about D. talking about 33. A. remembered B. noticed C. expressed D. decided 34. A. mouth B. hands C. eyes D. nose 35. A. therefore B. nor C. but D. and 36. A. invention B. system C. reform D. approach 37. A. On B. In C. With D. By 38. A. victorious B. precious C. dangerous D. anxious 39. A. thank B. congratulate C. help D. enjoy 40. A. Above all B. In vain C. On purpose D. Once again 41. A. astonished B. concerned C. amused D. relaxed 42. A. high B. low C. easy D. clear 43. A. strawberry B. apple C. coin D. box 44. A. absent B. free C. different D. safe 45. A. address B. adventure C. example D. angle 第二部分:阅读理解(共 25 小题;每小题 2 分,满分 50 分) A One spring, when I was 10, during one of my father’s layoffs, I could tell my mother was unhappy. I decided to cheer her up by buying her a special Mother’s Day gift. One day after school I rode my bike to the Agins, which, I learned years later, was known for its high-end fashions and style. I introduced myself to Sylvia Agins, telling her I was looking for a Mother’s Day present. “Do you think she’d like a purse?” she asked. “I think she might.” I told her. She took out an Italian handbag made of leather. She asked me what I th ought, and I told her that my mom would like it. “How much money do you have?” she asked. “Twelve dollars,” I said. “You’re in luck,” she told me. “It’s only $11. You have a dollar left over for the card.” She wrapped the purse and thanked me for my business, and I rode off home with the package under my arm. When my mother opened the gift the next Sunday morning, she asked in an accusing tone, “Where did you get this?” “I bought it at the Agins. It cost me $11.” I said. My mother was shocked into silence. It wasn’t until many years later, when I learned that the purse was worth several hundred dollars, that I appreciated just how wonderful Sylvia Agins had been to me. I always felt regretful that I never had a chance to

properly thank her. “You know, my son, what really amazes me to this day,” my mother said. “Letting you have the purse for just a few dollars was unbelievable enough. But the fact that she let you leave the store with a dollar for the card was a touch of kindness that I’ll never forget. ” 46. The author bought his mother a purse to_________. A. surprise his mother B. make his mother happy C. show his ability of making money D. thank his mother for buying him a bike 47. Why was the author’s mother shocked into silence? A. The purse was bought from the Agins. B. She wasn’t expecting a gift from her son. C. The author bought a card to go with the purse. D. The Agins charged so little money for the purse. 48. Sylvia Agins’ behavior shows that_________. A. she is critical and mean B. she is kind and thoughtful C. she is good at making money D. she knows how to choose presents 49. What amazed the mother most was that_________. A. the shop owner left one dollar for her son to buy card B. her son bought her a beautiful purse on Mother’s day C. her son rode his bike to buy things by himself D. the purse was worth several hundred dollars 50. Which can be the best title for the text? A. An Unforgettable Event. B. A Considerate Mother. C. A Priceless Mother’s Day Gift. D. A Clever Shop Owner. B Winter is a very special time in Northern Norway. Winter also means skiing, and Narvik can offer some of the best skiing in Norway. The view and light change frequently and no two days are the same. For many people, the northern lights are an unforgettable sight, and in Narvik the sky is especially clear and great for watching at night. The tourist season lasts from February to April, although May can be fascinating too, often with fantastic dry snow and an unbelievable light lasting well into the evening. Ski hire It is possible for adults and children to hire skiing equipment such as snowboards. All equipment is prepared for us. If you would like to book your equipment, please email Narvikfjellet. Cross-country skiing There are 12 kilometers of cross country ski run in Narvik. You need to bring your own skis as there is no cross-country hire. However, equipment can be bought at local sports shops in and around Narvik. Off-piste skiing(非场地滑雪) In order to explore Narvik’ off-piste opportunities you need to know the dangers when choosing routes. It is s suggested that you bring necessary equipment such as a shovel 雪铲)and a GPS locator. Ask Narvikfjellet for an ( experienced guide. With a guide you can explore Narvik’s special off-piste areas in a safe manner. Sometimes it is nice to do something different and not everybody enjoys skiing. Then you can go horse-riding, or visit the local museums.

Price examples for the 2013--2014 season Time Children(8-15years) Adults 1 day NOK 230 NOK 325 3 days NOK 590 NOK 835 5 days NOK 815 NOK 1,170 7 days NOK 970 NOK 1,375 Children 0-7 years can enjoy the service for free 51. In Northern Norway, the tourist season may last ______. A. one month B. two months C. three months D. four months 52. What can we know from the text? A. Narvik is located in the south of Norway. B. You are provided with skiing equipment for free. C. Narvik is only open to adults and children over eight. D. You can book skiing equipment through the Internet. 53. When you go off-piste skiing, the following are a must EXCEPT ______. A. a shovel B. a horse C. a guide D. a GPS locator 54. If Mr. and Mrs. Smith stay in Narvik with their six-year-old daughter for three days in 2013, they should pay ______. A. NOK 1,160 B. NOK 1,425 C. NOK 1,670 D. NOK 2,260 55. You are most likely to find this text in a ______. A. Travel Guide B. Book Review C. Medical Report D. Science Textbook C While nature lovers across the world wish all humans to realize the significance of their natural surroundings, many Australians are turning caring for the environment into a way of life. Julie Astonis, an Australian housewife in Brisbane is one such example. Even though autumn is approaching Australia’ Brisbane in April, one can still watch colorful blooming(盛开的)flowers in Julie’ little garden, as she s s tells that in her community, “Each of us has a beautiful yard. The whole community, from children to elderly people, takes care of the environment as if they are taking care of their own garden. “Gardening is the most popular club in our community, ”she says. “A lot of retired people don’t just regularly organize gardening lectures, but also personally visit families in the community to provide gardening training. So you can see that flowers continue to blossom in our gardens throughout the year.” Talking about her people’ sense of care for the environment, Julie says when people in the community take s along their dog, they always carry a garbage bag to deal with the dog’ waste. “In our community, you will never s experience the embarrassment of stepping on the dirty waste while you are walking on the grass,” says Julie with a smile. “Taking care of the dog’ waste can a1so help to develop children’ sense of responsibility!” s s As to protecting water resources, the Australian government has made strict rules for families. Julie says, “We certainly would not use tap water to water the flowers!” She says almost every family in her community has a huge tank used to store rainwater, which is later used as the recollect of all outdoor water use, connect the water tank with their toilets. 56. From the first three paragraphs we learn that . A. gardening is popular in most part of Australia B. April is a great time for people to enjoy flowers C. it’ not easy to keep a garden without proper training s D. Julie’ community has a deep sense of caring for nature s 57. What do we know about Julie from this passage? A. She takes pride in her community.

B. She once stepped on a dog’ waste. s C. She is quite in favor of raising a dog. D. She finds it embarrassing to walk on the grass. 58. From what Julie says in the last paragraph, we know . A. rainwater is not the best resource B. her community owns a public tank C. her community makes full use of resources D. it is not necessary to water flowers very often 59. How many examples are given to show the caring for the environment in Australia? A. Two B. Three C. Four D. Five 60. What would be the best title for the passage? A. Love nature, the Australian way B. How Australians save resources C. How Australians lead their life D. Protect nature, a must of life D Electrical devices(仪器)could soon use power made by human energy. Scientists say they have developed an experimental device that produces electricity from the physical movement of a person walking. British scientist Max Donelan and other scientists in Canada and the United States developed the device. The device connects to a person’ knee. As the person walks, the device captures energy each time the person s slows down. To do this, the device helps with the slowing down movement of the leg. The movements of the walking person push parts of a small machine that produces electricity. Using the device, an adult walking quickly could produce thirteen watts of electricity in just a minute. Donelan says walking at that speed could produce enough power to operate a laptop computer for six minutes. There are several possible uses for the device. Developers say it could help people who work in areas without electricity to operate small computers. The device could also be used in hospitals to operate heart pacemakers(起 搏器). It could even be used to assist in the movement of robotic arms and legs. The experimental version of the device weighs about one and a half kilograms, but it is too costly for most people to buy. But the researchers hope to make a lighter, less costly version. An improved version shou1d be ready in one year. The developers hope the device will one day help developing countries. Nearly twenty five percent of people around the world live without electric power. A similar product was invented in 2005 by Larry Rome of the University of Pennsylvania. He created a bag carried on a person’ back that also produces power from wa1king. s The knee device does not produce as much electricity as the bag. But the bag requires the walker to carry a load of twenty to thirty kilograms. 61. The second paragraph mainly talks about A. who developed the device B. how the device works C. several possible uses for the devices D. how much electricity the device can produce 62. What is the disadvantage of the experimental version of the device? A. It is too heavy for the walker to bear. B. It is too complex for people to use. C. It is too expensive for most people to afford. D. It will slow down one’ walking speed. s 63. Compared with the device designed by Larry Rome, this new device A. produces power without adding more loads to the walker B. can produce more power in a much shorter time . .

C. needs to be equipped with a battery D. can help the walker wa1k faster 64. From the passage, we can learn that the electrical device can A. help housewives operate the washing machine B. make it much easier for us to go online C. produce more electricity than that invented by Larry Rome D. be applied in medicine to operate heart pacemakers 65. What would be the best title for the passage? A. First device powered by walking wi1l soon be on the market B. Advanced technology brings in a new way to operate heart pacemakers C. Device gives new meaning to the idea of power walking D. Human energy will become a main source of electricity E Some scientists say that animals in the oceans are increasingly threatened by noise pollution caused by human beings. The noise that affects sea creatures comes from a number of human activities. It is caused mainly by industrial underwater explosions, ocean drilling, and ship engines. Such noises are added to natural sounds. These sounds include the breaking of ice fields, underwater earthquakes, and sounds made by animals themselves. Decibels (分贝) measured in water are different from those measured on land. A noise of one hundred and twenty decibels on land causes pain to human ears. In water, a decibel level of one hundred and ninety-five would have the same effect. Some scientists have suggested setting a noise limit of one hundred and twenty decibels in the oceans. They have observed that noises at that level can frighten and confuse whales. A team of American and Canadian scientists discovered that louder noises can seriously injure some animals. The research team found that powerful underwater explosions were causing whales in the area to lose their hearing. This seriously affected the whales’ ability to exchange information and find their way. Some of the whales even died. The explosions had caused their ears to bleed and become infected(被感染的). Many researchers whose work depends on ocean sounds are against a limit of one hundred and twenty decibels. They say such a limit would mean an end to important industrial and scientific research. Scientists do not know how much and what kinds of noises are harmful to ocean animals. However, many scientists don’t think that noise is a greater danger than they believed. They want to prevent noises from harming creatures in the ocean. 66. What is increasingly dangerous to sea creatures? A. The sound of cars engines. B. The sound of sea waves. C. Man-made noise pollution. D. The sound of sea birds. 67. According to the text, natural sounds include all of the following EXCEPT________. A. ocean drilling B. sounds made by animals themselves C. underwater earthquakes D. the breaking of ice fields 68. What is mainly discussed in the third paragraph? A. Different places may have different types of noises. B. Different ocean animals may have different reactions to noises. C. The decibel is not a right unit (单位) for measuring underwater noise. D. The same noise level produces a different effect on land and in the ocean. 69. What can we learn about the whales from the text? A. They are deaf to noises. B. They won’t be confused by noises. .

C. Their hearing will be damaged by high-level noises. D. Their ability to reproduce will be lowered by high-level noises. 70. What will scientists most probably do in the future? A. Try to set a limit of 120 decibels. B. Protect animals from harmful noises. C. Study the effect of ocean noise pollution. D. Lay down laws to reduce ocean noise pollution. 第Ⅱ卷(共 45 分) 注意:第Ⅱ卷请在答题纸上作答 第四部分:书面表达(共两节,满分 45 分) 第一节:阅读表达(共 5 小题;每题 3 分,满分 15 分) 阅读下面短文并回答问题,然后将答案写到答题卡相应的位置上(请注意问题后的字数要求) 。 [1] Stress for a teenager is as real a problem as stress for an adult. Therefore, it’s important to understand the causes of stress in teenagers. [2] When parents change their jobs or if the family decides to move to a different place, the child has to change schools, find new friends, adapt to the new social circle and fit into new groups. It is always difficult for children to adapt to such changes, which can be a serious cause of stress in their life. [3] Academic difficulties, such as inability to understand a certain subject can cause stress. Not every child has the ability to understand every subject. Some kids need extra help besides school work to grasp a few concepts. Poor academic performance is often laughed at and is looked down upon by both teachers and peers. In such cases, it can make the child feel isolated, neglected and hurt. All of this, put together, can add to stress, which many times worsens grades. [4] Extra curricular activities (课外活动) such as playing a sport, or attending art classes can weigh heavily on your child’s mind. Balancing school and extra curricular activities does seem like a burden when you have to be outstanding at both. When the pressures from both the ends get unmanageable, teenagers tend to get tired and annoyed. Tiredness sets in, leading to stress related issues such as lack of concentration in school. [5] These are the common causes of stress in teenagers, which can be noticed through signs such as poor memory, anxiety, negative and pessimistic attitude. If the signs of teenage stress go unrecognized for a long time, it can make the child emotionally out of balance. And next step, if this happens, it is necessary for parents to know ________. 71. What’s the main idea of the passage? _______________________________________________________________________ 72. Why Poor academic performance causes stress for children? (no more than 20 words) ____________________________________________________________________________ 73. How can parents notice that their teenagers are under stress? (no more than 15 words) ____________________________________________________________________________ 74. What common causes of stress in teenagers were introduced by the author? (no more than 3 words for each) ①____________________②____________________③____________________ 75. Fill in the blank in Paragraph 5 with proper words.(no more than 8 words) ____________________________________________________________________________ 第二节:写作(满分 30 分) 假如你是李华,参加了你校外籍教师 David 成立的英语学习俱乐部,下周的活动主题是交流自己的英语学习体 会。请根据以下提示写一篇英文发言稿。 1.学习方法:多记有用短语或句子,多读英文报纸,观看英文节目; 2.学习收获:开阔视野,了解异国文化,与外国人交流;

3.学习困难:经常遗忘所学词汇。 4.注意:①词数:120-150;②可适当增加细节,以使行文连贯。 Good morning, everyone! My name is Li Hua. I am greatly honored to share my experience in _____________________________________________________________________________ _____________________________________________________________________________ Thanks for your attention!

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