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辽宁省大连市普兰店区高三上学期期中第二次阶段测试英语试卷

  • 辽宁
  • 2018-10-12
  • 高三年级
  • 期中考试
  • 33次

收藏 纠错 题号:8793584 题型:听力题 日期:2018-10-12 试题难度:中等 组卷:2次

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。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 can we learn from the conversation?
A. John is going to give a speech.     
B. John won’t come to the meeting.
C. The woman doubts whether John will come.
2. What are the speakers discussing?
A. A book by a new author.          
B. A book they have both read.
C. A book by an author they both know.
3. Which is the woman going to choose next year?
A. Extra sport.         
B. Cooking.            
C. Art.
4. How is the woman getting along with her piano lessons?
A. She is tired of them.             
B. She is making progress.
C. She wants to give them up.
5. Why did Mr. Green knock the girl down?
A. He was driving fast.       
B. He didn’t see the girl.        
C. He was drunk. 
请听下面5段对话。每段对话后有几个小题,从题中所给出的A、B、C三个选项中选出最佳选项。听每段对话前,你将有时间阅读各个小题,每小题5秒钟;听完后,各小题给出5秒钟的作答时间。每段对话读两遍。
听第6段材料,回答6、7题。
6. When does the train arrive in Newcastle?
A. 13:30, Tuesday.       
B. 13:30, Monday.      
C. 11:30, Tuesday.
7. How much does the man have to pay for the ticket?
A.£40               
B.£25            
C.£15
听第7段材料,回答第8、9题。
8. What kind of animal has been most commonly drawn in the cave?
A. The horse.       
B. The bull.           
C. The fish.
9. Why was the cave closed in 1963?
A. The tourists had drawn pictures on the walls.
B. Some pictures had been destroyed.
C. Few people had visited the cave.
听第8段材料,回答第10至12题。
10. Which sport does the woman choose to do?
A. Tennis.           
B. Basketball.         
C. Volleyball.
11. On what day will the woman come for the course?
A. Monday.           
B. Friday.             
C. Saturday.
12. What is the price for one lesson?
A. £5               
B. £3.75           
C. £8.75
听第9段材料,回答第13至16题。
13. How long has the man worked at the hospital?
A. For three years.        
B. For two years.         
C. For five years.
14. What will the man’s office pay during the course?
A. His course fees.       
B. His living costs.       
C. His salary.
15. How long does the part-time course last?
A. For a whole year.     
B. For 18 months.            
C. For two years.
16. Which course does the man choose?
A. The full-time course.       
B. The part-time course.      
C. The modular course.
听第10段材料,回答第17至20题。
17. What do we know about Camp Alison?
A. It is the oldest day camp in the UK.          
B. It has been operating for 20 years.
C. It is operated by a company based in Australia.
18. How long did it take Camp Alison to acquire ten sites in London?
A. About 5 years.      
B. About 6 years.         
C. About 16 years.
19. Why is it easy for Camp Alison to find sites?
A. There are many schools in the London area.
B. Schools aren’t usually open in the summer.
C. It has excellent sports equipment.
20. What sometimes changes a day camp programme?
A. A camp inspection.         
B. The weather.        
C. The director’s plans.

收藏 纠错 题号:8793591 题型:阅读理解 日期:2018-10-12 试题难度:较难 组卷:4次

    I told my friend Graham that I often cycle two miles from my house to the town centre but unfortunately there is a big hill on the route. He replied, “You mean fortunately.” He explained that I should be glad of the extra exercise that the hill provided.
    My attitude to the hill has now changed. I used to grumble as I approached it but now I tell myself the following. This hill will exercise my heart and lungs. It will help me to lose weight and get fit. It will mean that I live longer. This hill is my friend. Finally I comfort myself with the thought of all those silly people who pay money to go to a gym and sit on stationery exercise bicycles when I can get the same value for free. I have a smile of satisfaction as I reach the top of the hill.
    Problems are there to be faced and overcome. We cannot achieve anything with an easy life. Helen Keller was the first deaf and blind person to gain a university degree. Her activism and writing proved inspirational. She wrote, “Character cannot be developed in ease and quiet. Only through experiences of trial and suffering can the soul be strengthened, vision cleared, ambition inspired and success achieved.”
    One of the main determinants of success in life is our attitude towards adversity (逆境). From time to time we all face hardships, problems, accidents, afflictions and difficulties. Some are of our making but many confront us through no fault of our own. While we cannot choose the adversity we can choose our attitude towards it.
    Douglas Bader was 21 when in 1931 he had both legs cut off following a flying accident.He was determined to fly again and went on to become one of the leading flying aviators in the Battle of Britain with 22 aerial victories over the Germans.He was an inspiration to others during the war. He said, “Don’t listen to anyone who tells you that you can’t do this or that. That’s nonsense. Make up your mind, you’ll never use crutches (拐杖) or a stick, then have a go at everything. Go to school, and join in all the games you can. Go anywhere you want to. But never, never let them persuade you that things are too difficult or impossible.”
    The biographies (传记) of great people are full of examples of how they took steps to overcome the difficulties they faced. The common thread is that they did not become depressed. They chose their attitude. They chose to be positive. They took on the challenge. They won.
    Nevertheless, there is still the problem of how you change your attitude towards adversity.
1.Which of the following is true according to the author of the passage?
A.People are silly to pay to go to the gym.
B.Climbing hills on bicycles is the best way to take exercise.
C.Those who want to achieve success can’t expect to live an easy life.
D.People’s attitude towards adversity is the only factor that determines whether they will succeed.
2.By quoting what Douglas Bader said, the author intends to tell us “_________.” 
A.Failure is the mother of success.
B.A fall into the pit, a gain in your wit.
C.If you venture (冒险) nothing, you will have nothing.
D.Nothing is difficult to the man who will try.
3.Following this passage, the author will further talk about _______.
A.how his friend helped him to change his attitude towards the adversity he faced
B.what steps to take to change your attitude towards the adversity you face
C.why it is important to keep optimistic in face of adversity
D.what great people have in common
4.Which of the following can best function as the title of the passage?
A.Face adversity with a smile
B.Different attitudes towards adversity
C.Nothing is impossible
D.Life is full of adversity

收藏 纠错 题号:6196015 题型:阅读理解 日期:2018-10-12 试题难度:中等 组卷:67次 引用:8次

    Audrey Hepburn won an Academy Award as Best Actress for her first major American movie, Roman Holiday, which was released in 1953. But she is remembered as much for her aid work as for her acting.
    Born in Belgium in 1929, Audrey’s father was British and her mother was Dutch.
    Audrey was sent to live at a British school for part of her childhood. During World WarⅡ, she lived and studied in the Netherlands. Her mother thought it would be safe from German attacks. Audrey studied dance as a teenager and during college when she returned to London after the war. But she realized she wasn’t going to be a ballerina. So she began taking acting parts in stage shows. Later she began to get small parts in movies.
    But it was Audrey Hepburn’s move to America that brought her true fame. In 1951 she played the character “Gigi” in the Broadway play of the same name to great critical praise. Two years later, Roman Holiday made her a star at the age of 24.
    Audrey made more than 25 movies. Among her most popular roles was Holly Golightly in Breakfast at Tiffany’s in 1961. Three years later she played Eliza Doolittle in My Fair Lady.
    She got married two times and had one son by each husband. In 1989, the UN Children’s Fund named Audrey a goodwill ambassador. She travelled all over the world in support of UNICEF projects. The UN agency said she was a tireless worker. She often gave 15 interviews a day to gain money and support for UNICEF projects.
    Audrey Hepburn often said her loyalty to UNICEF was the result of her experiences as a child during World WarⅡ. She said she knew what it was like to be starving and to be saved by international aid. She was a goodwill ambassador until her death in 1993 from colon cancer.
1.In Paragraph 1,“her aid work” means ____.
A.making movies
B.taking acting parts in stage shows
C.winning an Academy Award as Best Actress
D.acting as a goodwill ambassador for UNICEF
2.The reason why Audrey lived and studied in the Netherlands was that ___.
A.she wanted to be a ballerina
B.her parents were from Britain
C.the education there was excellent
D.it was safe there
3._______ is NOT mentioned in the passage about Audrey Hepburn.
A.Marriage
B.Identity
C.Contribution
D.Religion
4.______ is the right order for Audrey’s life.
①The first time she began to play in movies.
②She returned to London from the Netherlands.
③She won an Academy Award as Best Actress.
④She travelled all over the world on support of UNICEF projects.
⑤She played a part in My Fair Lady.
A.②①③⑤④
B.①②③⑤④
C.②①⑤③④
D.①②⑤③④

收藏 纠错 题号:8793600 题型:阅读理解 日期:2018-10-12 试题难度:中等 组卷:2次

    Call it what you will—coincidence, fortune, luck or even fate—sometimes events combine together to show us that this is indeed a very small world. We’ve probably all had at least one experience where we’ve said “What a coincidence!” because there’s no logical explanation for what has happened. Take the following stories from writer Lorri Benedik as examples:
    My friend, Emma Daniels, spent the summer of 1974 travelling in Israel. During her a month–long stay in Jerusalem she frequented a café called Chocolate Soup. It was run by two men, one of whom, Alex, was a former Montrealer (蒙特利尔人). One morning when Emma went in for coffee, while chatting with her new friend Alex, she mentioned that she had just finished the book she was reading and had nothing else to read. Alex said he had a fabulous (寓言的) book she might like, and that he’d be happy to lend it to her. As he lived just above the café, he quickly ran up to get it. The book he handed to Emma just minutes later was Markings,a book of spiritual writings by former Secretary–General of the United Nations Dag Hammarskjld.
    Emma had never read it, nor had she ever purchased a copy. But when she opened it up, she was floored to see her own name and address inside the cover, in her own handwriting. It turned out that the summer before, at a concert back in Montreal, Emma had met a Californian who was in town visiting friends. They decided to exchange addresses, but neither of them had any paper. The man had opened up a book he was carrying in his backpack and asked Emma to write her name and address inside. When he returned to California, he left the book behind in Montreal, and his friend Alex kept it. When Alex later relocated to Jerusalem, he took the treasured book along.
    Then there was the time that my husband voluntarily answered the phone at my parents’ house, something he has never done in more than a dozen years of visiting them almost every weekend. But this time he got up from the dinner table, without being asked, when the phone rang. He was gone for quite a while and was quite pale when he returned to the dining room. It was a wrong number, he told us, but he had recognized the voice. It was his estranged(疏远的) sister, with whom he hadn’t spoken in years.
1.What does the underlined word “floored” in the third paragraph mean?
A.interested.
B.shocked.
C.frightened.
D.excited.
2.From the last paragraph we can draw a conclusion that _____.
A.Lorri Benedik’s husband often paid visits to her parents’ house at weekends
B.Lorri Benedik’s husband knew it was his sister’s phone when he went to answer it
C.Lorri Benedik persuaded her husband to answer the phone of her estranged sister
D.His estranged sister made the phone call to Lord Benedik’s husband on purpose
3.Which of the following statements is TRUE according to the passage?
A.Emma Daniels stayed in Israel in 1974 for half a year.
B.Emma Daniels once stayed in Montreal for some time.
C.The book “Markings” was completed by Lord Benedik in a very short time.
D.Emma Daniels and the Californian kept in touch with each other by writing letters.

收藏 纠错 题号:8793616 题型:阅读理解 日期:2018-10-12 试题难度:中等 组卷:2次

    Cole Bettles had been rejected by a number of universities when he received an e-mail from the University of California, San Diego, last month, congratulating him on his admission and inviting him to tour the campus. His mother booked a hotel in San Diego, and the 18-year-old Ojai high school senior arranged for his grandfather, uncle and other family members to meet them at the campus for lunch during the Saturday tour.
    “They were like ‘Oh my God, that’s so awesome (棒的)’” Bettles said. Right before he got in bed, he checked his e-mail one last time and found another message saying the school had made a mistake and his application had been denied.
    In fact, all 28, 000 students who turned away from UC San Diego, in one of the toughest college entrance seasons on record, had received the same incorrect message. The students’ hopes had been raised and then dashed (破灭) in a cruel twist that shows the danger of instant communications in the Internet age.
    UCSD admissions director Mae Brown called it an “administrative error” but refused to say who had made the mistake, or if those responsible would be disciplined (受训).
    The e-mail, which began, “We’re thrilled that you’ve been admitted to UC San Diego, and we’re showcasing (展示) our beautiful campus on Admit Day, ” was sent to the full 46, 000 students who had applied, instead of just the 18, 000 who got in, Brown said.
    The error was discovered almost immediately by her staff, who sent an apology within hours.
    “It was really thrilling for a few hours; now he’s crushed (压垮),” said Cole’s mother, Tracy Bettles. “It’s really tough on them.”
    The admissions director said she was in the office on Monday until midnight answering e-mails and phone calls from disappointed students and their parents. She said she took full responsibility for the error. “We accessed the wrong database. We recognize the incredible pain receiving this false encouragement caused. It was not our intent.”
1.How many students received an admission e-mail from the University of California, San Diego (UCSD)?
A.18, 000
B.28, 000
C.46, 000
D.18
2.Which of the following statements is TRUE about the wrong e-mail message?
A.The mistake was made on purpose to cause pain among the applicants.
B.It was UCSDadmissions director Mae Brown who made the mistake.
C.UCSD admissions staff got information from the wrong database.
D.Staff did not discover the mistake until next Monday.
3.The admissions director Mae Brown did what she could to __________.
A.make up for the mistake
B.punish herself for the mistake
C.protect the person who made the mistake
D.help the disappointed students enter the university
4.What does the passage mainly talk about?
A.Cole Bettles was admitted to the UCSD
B.Cole Bettles was rejected y a famous university.
C.USCD admissions office often makes “administration errors”.
D.False admission information raised the students’ hopes and then dashed them.

收藏 纠错 题号:8793642 题型:七选五 日期:2018-10-12 试题难度:较易 组卷:3次

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。
    Recently some American scientists have given a useful piece of advice to people in industrialized nations. They say people should eat more of the same kind of food eaten by humans living more than 10,000 years ago. ①
    The scientists say that the human life has changed greatly. Our bodies have not been able  to deal with these changes in lifestyle and this had led to new kinds of sicknesses. ②
    So they are called “diseases of civilization”. Many cancers and diseases of the blood system are examples of such diseases.
    Scientists note that people in both the Old Stone Age and the New Stone Age enjoyed very little alcohol or tobacco, probably none. ③ However, a change in food is one of the main differences between life in ancient times and that of today.
    Stone Age people hunted wild animals for their meat, which had much less fat than domestic ones. They ate a lot of fresh wild vegetables and fruits. They did not have milk or any other dairy products, and they made very little use of grains. ④We eat six times more salt than our ancestors. We eat more sugar. We eat twice as much fat but only one third as much protein and much less vitamin C.
    ⑤But scientists say that we would be much healthier if we eat much the same way the ancient people did, cutting the amount of fatty, salty and sweet food.
A. Stone Age people lived a simple life.
B. But today, we enjoy eating a lot of these.
C. In that case, they would live much healthier.
D. Ancient people also got lots of physical exercise.
E. These new sicknesses were not known in ancient times.
F. People today probably don’t want to live like our ancestors.
G. Modern people used to suffer from “diseases of civilization”.

收藏 纠错 题号:8793672 题型:完形填空 日期:2018-10-12 试题难度:中等 组卷:4次

    I’ve always had strong opinions of how love should be expressed, but others had their own ways of showing care.
    What I     1     most about visiting my boyfriend’s parents is the loud tick of the clock in the dining room as we     2     ate our meal. With so little conversation I was quick to     3     his family as cold. When we got into the     4     to go home, his father suddenly appeared.     5    , he began to wash his son’s windscreen. I could feel he was a caring man through the glass.
    I learned another lesson about love a few years later. My father often     6     me early in the morning. “Buy Xerox. It’s a good sharp price,” he might say when I answered the phone. No pleasant     7     or inquiry about my life, just financial instructions. This manner of his     8     me and we often quarreled. But one day, I thought about my father’s success in business and realized that his concern for my financial security lay behind his     9     morning calls. The next time he called and told me to buy a stock, I     10     him.
    When my social style has conflicted with that of my friends, I’ve often felt     11    . For example, I always return phone calls     12     and regularly contact with my friends. I expect the same from them. I had one friend who rarely called, answering my messages with short e-mails. I rushed to the     13    : She wasn’t a good friend! My anger     14     as the holidays approached. But then she came to a gathering I     15     and handed me a beautiful dress I had fallen in love with when we did some window-shopping the previous month. I was     16     at her thoughtfulness, and regretful for how I’d considered her to be     17    . Clearly I needed to change my expectations of friends.
    Far too often, I ignored their     18     expressions, eagerly expecting them to do things in my     19    . Over the years, however, I’ve learned to     20     other persons’ love signs.
1.A.remember    B.enjoy    C.value    D.admire
2.A.excitedly    B.nervously    C.silently    D.instantly
3.A.regard    B.treat    C.take    D.think
4.A.bus    B.train    C.car    D.plane
5.A.Punctually    B.Carefully    C.Proudly    D.Coldly
6.A.visited    B.interrupted    C.warned    D.telephoned
7.A.greeting    B.meeting    C.apology    D.explanation
8.A.interested    B.angered    C.encouraged    D.surprised
9.A.long    B.short    C.warm    D.polite
10.A.praised    B.remembered    C.blamed    D.thanked
11.A.content    B.guilty    C.curious    D.disappointed
12.A.in order    B.in turn    C.without delay    D.without difficulty
13.A.feeling    B.suggestion    C.judgment    D.belief
14.A.disappeared    B.grew    C.helped    D.declined
15.A.opened    B.refused    C.hosted    D.invited
16.A.depressed    B.upset    C.fascinated    D.shocked
17.A.uncaring    B.dishonest    C.unhappy    D.uncooperative
18.A.unique    B.common    C.pleasant    D.familiar
19.A.opinion    B.way    C.mind    D.life
20.A.send    B.read    C.give    D.express

收藏 纠错 题号:8793684 题型:语法填空 日期:2018-10-12 试题难度:中等 组卷:3次

阅读下面材料,在空白处填入适当的内容(1个单词)或括号内单词的正确形式。
    In the United States, there were 222 people ①(report) to be billionaires in 2003. The ②(rich) of these is Bill Gates, worth at least $41 billion, ③made his money by starting the company Microsoft. Mr. Gates was only 21 years old ④ he first helped to set up the company in 1976. He was a billionaire ⑤the time he was 31.
    ⑥, there are still some other people who have made lots of money at even ⑦(young) ages. Other young people who have struck it rich include Jackie Coogan and Shirley Temple. ⑧of these child actors made over a million dollars ⑨(act) in movies before they were 14. But ⑩ youngest billionaire is Albert von Thurn and Taxis of Germany, who, in 2001, inherited a billion dollars when he turned 18.

收藏 纠错 题号:685031 题型:短文改错 日期:2018-10-12 试题难度:中等 组卷:7次 引用:4次

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l0处, 多者(从第11处起)不计分。
    Union is strength whenever you’re faced with difficulties or  in a dilemma. Cooperation plays an important part in getting you out of trouble.
    There was a time when I was too proud that I overlooked my classmate, refusing to work together with them. Therefore, it was no doubt that I was left alone, suffering from loneliness and failure. Unfortunately a teacher impressed on me the value of cooperation. From then on, I learned to help others and turn to my friends for the help whenever I had difficulty finish a task on my own. Surely cooperation made a great difference. Now I am getting well with my friends.
    My experience has teach me that only if we attach great importance with cooperation, can we go beyond ourselves. As the saying go “United, we stand; divided, we fall.”

收藏 纠错 题号:493044 题型:书面表达 日期:2018-10-12 试题难度:中等 组卷:20次 引用:4次

假设你是晨光中学学生会主席李华。你校将于6月26日接待来自于美国某中学的学生访问团。你受学校委托,负责安排在津的一日活动。请根据以下提示,用英语给该团的领队Smith先生写一封电子邮件,介绍活动计划并简要说明理由,最后征求对方意见。
上午与我校学生座谈(话题如校园生活、文化差异等);
中午与我校学生共同进餐(午餐包括饺子、面条等);
下午与我校学生游览海河。
注意:
  1. 1.次数不少于100;
  2. 2. 可是当加入细节,以使内容充实、行文连贯;
  3. 3. 信的开头和结尾已给出,不计入总次数。
  4. 参考词汇: 海河:the Haihe River
    Dear Mr. Smith.
        I am Li Hua, chairman of the Student Union, from Chenguang High School. ______________________________________________________________________________________________________ ______________________________________________________________________________________________________
  5. ______________________________________________________________________________________________________
    Li Hua
  6.  
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    • 题型: 阅读理解
    • 难度: 中等
    • 来源: 辽宁省大连市普兰店区高三上学期期中第二次阶段测试英语试卷
  • 4
    • 题型: 阅读理解
    • 难度: 中等
    • 来源: 辽宁省大连市普兰店区高三上学期期中第二次阶段测试英语试卷
  • 5
    • 题型: 阅读理解
    • 难度: 中等
    • 来源: 辽宁省大连市普兰店区高三上学期期中第二次阶段测试英语试卷

听力题 数量:1 占比:10%

  • 1
    • 题型: 听力题
    • 难度: 中等
    • 来源: 辽宁省大连市普兰店区高三上学期期中第二次阶段测试英语试卷

七选五 数量:1 占比:10%

  • 6
    • 题型: 七选五
    • 难度: 较易
    • 来源: 辽宁省大连市普兰店区高三上学期期中第二次阶段测试英语试卷

完形填空 数量:1 占比:10%

  • 7
    • 题型: 完形填空
    • 难度: 中等
    • 来源: 辽宁省大连市普兰店区高三上学期期中第二次阶段测试英语试卷

语法填空 数量:1 占比:10%

  • 8
    • 题型: 语法填空
    • 难度: 中等
    • 来源: 辽宁省大连市普兰店区高三上学期期中第二次阶段测试英语试卷