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高中三年级英语上册期末考试题目(含答案)

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1、卷1、部分 听力做题时,先将答案标在试题上。录音内容结束后,你或有两分钟的时间将试题上的答案转涂到答卷卡上。1、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三个选项中选出选项,并标在试题的相应地方。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 is the woman going to make today?A. Cups. B. Some flowers. C. A big vase.2. Where is the woman?A. In a restaurant. B. In a hair salon. C. At a tailor’s shop.3. What has happened to Jerry?A. He has gone to visit his mother.B. He has asked for sick leave.C. He has found a new job in Europe.4. Why does the woman want to buy a clock?A. She has trouble waking up.B. She wants to buy someone a gift.C. Her watch is broken.5. What does the man mean?A. He already has the signature.B. He is still interested in the signature.C. He doesn’t want the signature.2、节听下面5段对话。每段对话后有几个小题,从题中所给的A、B、C三个选项中选出选项,并标在试题的相应地方。听每段对话前,你或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。每段对话读两遍。听第6段材料,回答第6、7题。6. What do we know about the man’s camera?A. It’s easy to use.B. It’s only for professional use.C. It’s better than an Olympus E1.7. What does the man promise to do for the woman?A. Choose a camera for her.B. Take some photos of her.C. Play tennis with her.听第7段材料,回答第8、9题。8. When did the woman’s license sTOP being valid?A. 2 days ago. B. 4 days ago. C. 7 days ago.9. Where does the conversation take place?A. In the police station. B. In the garage. C. In a bank.听第8段材料,回答第10至12题。10. What does the man want to buy?A. A scarf. B. A dress. C. A silk skirt.11. What color does the man choose?A. Green. B. Purple. C. Grey.12. What does the man want to know in the end?A. How to pay for the item.B. Where to sign his name.C. Whether the item can be exchanged.听第9段材料,回答第13至16题。13. What did the man just do before the conversation?A. He had a lovely ride.B. He asked a man for directions.C. He helped an old man.14. Where does the man want to go?A. To a zoo. B. To a river. C. To a church.15. Where might the speakers be now?A. On Gold Road. B. At the L-5 bus sTOP. C. On Riverside Road.16. What does the woman remind the man to do in the end?A. Make sure he has change.B. Cross the street carefully.C. Be polite to the driver.听第10段材料,回答第17至20题。17. How did the woman get into modeling?A. Her father wanted her to be a model.B. Her talent was noticed by a filmmaker.C. She was a model as a baby.18. What does the woman find difficult about being a model?A. Staying with her family. B. Making friends. C. Staying slim.19. What does the woman like the most about being a model?A. The traveling she gets to do.B. The money she makes.C. The attention she receives.20. How many questions are discussed in the conversation?A. Three. B. Four. C. Five.[学.科.2、部分 英语常识运用1、节 单项填空从A、B、C、D四个选项中,选出可以填入空白处的选项,并在答卷卡上将该项涂黑。21. Many people have come to realize that they should go on balanced diet and make______room in their day for exercise.A. a;/ B. the; a C. the; the D. /;a22. — Is Jack on duty today?— It ________ be him. It's his turn tomorrow.A. mustn't B. won't C. can't D. needn't23. The newly-built road is the old one.A. as twice wide as B. twice the width ofC. as wide as twice D. the width of twice24. _______homework did we have to do that we had no time to play basketball.A. So little B. Too much C. Too little D. So much25. Your novel is perfect; I’ve never read _______ before.A. the better one B. the best one C. a better one D. a good one26. He is such a man who is always finding _____ with other people.A. error B. weakness C. mistake D. fault27. — The teacher said we had only three days to finish the work.— Don't worry. We have already ________ two thirds of it.A. got down B. got through C. given in D. given away28. — Hurry up! Alice and Sue are waiting for you at the school gate.— Oh! I thought they _____ without me.A. had gone B. are going C. have gone D. went29. Eliza remembers everything exactly as if it ______ yesterday.A. was happening B. happens C. has happened D. happened30. _____ in a white dress, the bride looks very happy.A. Dressed B. To dress C. Dressing D. Having dressed31. The typhoon left, a lot of damage to this area .A. caused B. to have caused C. having caused D. to cause32. Lin Dan has become the best badminton player, he wanted to be.A. who B. which C. what D. that33. I like the book so much that I'll buy it, _______.A. no matter how it may cosplayt B. how may it cosplaytC. how much may it cosplayt D. however much it may cosplayt34. The people in the disaster areas are ready to accept _______ help they can get.A. whichever B. however C. whatever D. whenever35. -I’m thinking of the test tomorrow. I’m afraid I can’t pass this time.- ! I’m sure you’ll make it.A. Go ahead B. Cheer up C. No problem D. Good luck2、节 完型填空阅读下面短文,从短文后各题所给的四个选项中,选出可以填入空白处的选项。It was 20 years ago. I was driving home with my 4-year-old son. Traffic was light. I was singing quietly along 36 the song playing on the radio. I 37 at the intersection and looked both ways. The road was 38 . I slowly started to make a right turn when suddenly a car rounded the curve at high speed and came 39 at me. I stomped on the brakes of my car killing the engine in the process. The speeder zoomed past my dead car 40 me by inches without even slowing down.41 I knew it, a stream of rude words was flying from my lips, 42 after the car and its driver. I then saw my son who was staring up at me 43 . With a red face and a 44 smile I started the car, pulled back onto the road, and headed home.Later that evening I was reading a book when I heard certain 45 words coming from my son’s bedroom. He was replaying the 46 over and over in his mind. Too 47 I realized the 48 of those words that had flown from my lips in that moment of 49 . It took a lot of talks about good language and bad language with my son to undo the 50 of that incident.That 51 , however, did teach me just how strong words 52 be. It helped me to decide to sTOP swearing in my own life and to start using words uplifting and inspire instead. I slowly realized that language is a 53 from God and should be used to make our world better but not worse. I learned 54 that a few loving words can help a hurting heart, strengthen a 55 spirit, and lighten a heavy load. I pray then that all of your words today are full of love, joy, happiness, and light.36. A. through B. by C. to D. over37. A. pushed up B. forced up C. put up D. pulled up38. A. clean B. clear C. light D. busy39. A. straight B. hard C. far D. high40. A. leaving B. knocking C. missing D. approaching41. A. Before B. When C. After D. Until42. A. seeking B. chasing C. hunting D. looking43. A. awfully B. bravely C. typically D. innocently44. A. embarrassed B. pleased C. surprised D. worried45. A. acute B. accurate C. unpleasant D. marvelous46. A. music B. story C. language D. incident47. A. sorry B. badly C. late D. soon48. A. power B. strength C. nature D. potential49. A. regret B. anger C. worry D. fear50. A. process B. lesson C. image D. damage51. A. accident B. mistake C. crash D. phenomenon52. A. should B. need C. can D. would53. A. talent B. evidence C. donation D. gift54. A. too B. otherwise C. or D. however55. A. challenging B. struggling C. rising D. caring3、部分 阅读理解1、节阅读下列短文,从每题所给出的四个选项中,选出选项,并在答卷卡上将该项涂黑。AAn Israeli law banning too skinny models went into effect with the start of 2013. The law, approved last March in Israel, requires models to prove they have maintained a Body Mass Index of at least 18.5 for three months before a fashion show. That means a woman who is 5'8'' tall can weigh no less than 119 pounds.“This law is another step in the war against eating disorders,” said physician Adatto. “Underweight models,” he explained, “can no longer serve as role models for innocent young people who copy their false image of being skinny.”But some critics in this country say it is misguided, focusing on weight instead of health. They also say the Israeli ban is bound to fail because of the strong power of the fashion industry. “I think it’s an approach that isn’t going to work.” Said eating disorder expert Susan Ice, who worked with an organization which creates a healthy working environment for models.But Adatto told the reporter that he began to concern the issue after meeting an ambitious model who looked like she needed to be hospitalized. He said. “I realized that only legislation can change the situation. There was no time to waste, so many girls were dieting to death.”However, the efforts to regulate models’ weight in Spain and Italy have not resulted in significant changes in part because of difficulties in determining reliable methods of measuring weight and health.Still, folks including Ice say there’s no denying that images from Hollywood and the fashion industry can be difficult for young women to deal with. “Certainly I don't believe the modeling industry has caused the rise in eating disorders, but it makes it harder,” she says. “It’s a difficult recovery environment, worshiping thinness as the beauty ideal.”56. What does BMI in the first paragraph refer to?A. A new show held by those skinny models.B. A worldwide prize for the healthiest model.C. A measure of body health based on height and weight.D. A kind of medicine to cure eating disorders.57. One benefit the new Israeli law may bring is ________.A. to change the working conditions of modelsB. to prevent models from suffering from eating disordersC. to lower the chance of skinny models’ deathD. to provide guidance for women worshiping thinness58. In the opinion of the critics, the law won’t succeed because .A. the fashion industry is much too influentialB. it misleads young women to form a bad eating habitC. it doesn’t provide a proper approach that can work wellD. it doesn’t create a healthy working environment for models59. According to the passage, the new Israeli law banning skinny models is .A. practical B. acceptable C. reasonable D. controversialBOttawa is the capital of Canada. It is the second largest city in ontario and the fourth largest city in the country.The Centre Block is the main building on Parliament Hill . It is also the location of several ceremonial spaces, such as the Hall of Honor and the Memorial Chamber. The present Centre Block is the second iteration of the building,after the first was destroyed by fire in1916,and it is one of the most recognizable buildings in Canada.Downtown Ottawa is the commercial and economic centre of the city. Most of the buildings are office towers. While most of Ottawa’s high tech industry is based elsewhere, it has a significant presence in the downtown core. The downtown also contains a number of apartments, hotels, and the older single family homes and townhouses along its edges.The National Gallery of Canada is one of Canada’s premier art galleries. The Gallery has a large and varied collection of paintings, drawings, sculpture and photographs. Although its focus is on Canadian art, it also holds works by some noted American and European artists.The Rideau Canal is the oldest continuously operated canal system in North America. At the very beginning,the purpose of the Rideau Canal was military, as it was intended to provide a secure supply and communication route between Montreal and the British naval base in Kingston. It remains in use today primarily for pleasure boating, with most of its original structures undamaged. The locks on the system open for navigation in mid-May and close in mid-October.60. What does "iteration" probably mean in the 2nd paragraph? _____.A. repair B. copy C. design D. landmark61. In the core of Downtown Ottawa, we could see _____.A. a large number of tall towersB. a number of apartments and hotelsC. head offices of Ottawa’s high tech industryD. the older single family homes and townhouses62. Collections in the National Gallery of Canada are mainly _____.A. paintings and drawings B. sculpture and photographsC. artwork by Americans and European D. works by Canadian artists63. Which of the following is true about the Rideau Canal? _____.A. It was originally for the military purposeB. It is the oldest canal system in North AmericaC. The original structures remain never changedD. People can only go boating from May to OctoberCApril 11, 2003 12:44 a. m. PST, Associated PressThe respiratory virus known as SARS has appeared to spread in the United States only to family members of health workers with close contact to a sick person.On Thursday, the head of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention said there might be a case of severe acute respiratory syndrome spreading through the workplace.Dr. Julie Gerberding said a suspected SARS virus patient who became ill after traveling to Asia might have infected a co-worker in Florida, which made her “very worried”.So far, a dozen people—nine family members and three health workers—were infected after coming into close contact with the person with SARS. The rest of the 166 suspected American cases have something to do with people who were infected while traveling in Asia.In the Gainesville, Fla. area, a 47-year-old woman was believed to have been infected at work by a 60-year-old woman who was the nation’s first suspected SARS case, said Tom Belcuore, director of the Alachua County health department.Since the World Health Organization announced a worldwide warning last month about SARS, the United States has started infection control in hospitals and among families of suspected cases.Florida officials said a school in Okaloosa County went through a cleaning after a 6-year-old boy suspected of having SARS appeared at school with slight symptoms. “Health officials are watching the boys’ contacts at school to make sure no one else is infected,” said Rob Hayes, health department spokesman, “The boy may have been infected from a family member,” Hayes said, “We immediately became aware of it and had the child sent home. He’s staying at home with his family until 10 days after symptoms disappear.”The researchers guessed that the virus might have come from animals. However, the scientists have not ruled out the possibility that some other microbe might also help make SARS more serious or easier to catch.64. The best title for this text is _______.A. A Worldwide Warning B. Suspected SARS CasesC. What Is SARS D. Possible Spread of SARS in the USA65. The writer wrote this text mainly to _______.A. discuss the danger of SARSB. report research result about SARSC. inform people of the spread of SARSD. explain to the readers what SARS is66. How many cases of suspected SARS are there in the U.S.A. according to the text?A. 166. B.178. C. 12. D. 181.DSnow falls in the Earth’s extreme North and South throughout the year. However, the heaviest snowfalls have been reported in the mountains of other areas during winter. Snow is even known to fall near the Equator ,but only on the highest mountains.Snow contains much less water than rain, but much of the water the world uses comes from snow. Melting snow provides water for rivers, electric power stations and agricultural crops. In the western United States, mountain snow provides up to seventy-five percent of all surface water supplies.Snowfall helps to protect plants and some wild animals from winter weather. Fresh snow is made largely of air trapped among the snow crystals . Because the air has trouble moving, the movement of heat is limited. Snow also influences the movement of sound waves. The surface of the snow takes in, or absorbs, sound waves. As snow grows older or if there have been strong winds, it can become hard and flat. Then, the snow’s surface will help to send back sound waves.Snow may be beautiful, but it can be deadly. It is responsible for the deaths of hundreds of people. Many people die in traffic accidents on roads covered with snow and ice or from being seriously stuck in the winter storm. Others die from heart attacks caused by too much physical activity out in the cold.People may not be able to avoid living in areas where it snows often. However, they can avoid becoming victims of snowstorms. People should sTOP driving and stay at home until the storm has passed. People living in these areas should carry emergency supplies in their vehicle. These include food,emergency medical supplies,and extra clothing to stay warm and dry.67. Mountain snowfall _____.A.provides up to seventy—five percent of water supplies worldwideB.has never occurred near the Equator of the earthC.brings less of the water the world uses than rain doesD.is heavier than that in the South and the North Poles68. Snow protects plants and wild animals from cold weather by _____.A.supplying much more air B.limiting heat movementC.absorbing strong winds D.sending back sound waves69. Snow can be deadly mainly because it can _____.A.cause road accidentsB.make people stuck in winter stormsC.make people victims of snowstormsD.lead to heart attacks70. What will the text probably tell us following the last paragraph? ____.A.How to prevent heart attacks out in coldB.Where we can get emergency suppliesC.How to drive during snowstormsD.Why we should stay warm and dry in winter

 
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