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威尼斯wns7772017届高三暑假学情检测(四)

英语试卷 2016.8.11   命题人 徐英

I 单项选择(20*1=20

1. Sophia waited for a reply, but _______ came.

A. either            B. neither            C. none           D. another

2. In many ways, the education system in the US is not very different from____ in the UK.

A. this              B. that              C. it              D. one

3. With many major economic problems_________, there is no point _________ the growth rate of this year now.

A. remained to be addressed; judging    B. remaining to be addressed; judging

C. remained unaddressed; to judge      D. remaining unaddressing; to judge

4. How would you like _____ if you were watching your favorite TV program and someone came into the room and just shut it off without asking you?

A. them             B. those             C. it              D. one

5. I haven’t decided on the menu yet, let alone______ the food.

A. to buy            B. bought            C. buy            D. buying

6. The South Pole isn’t_______people could find a comfortable place to live, for the average winter temperature there is below – 40.

A. that              B. which            C. where           D. what

7. Recycling is one way to protect the environment; reusing is ______.

A. one              B. one another        C. another         D. the other

8. Do you think this shirt is too tight ______ the shoulders?

A. on               B. across            C. at              D. to

9. She was put under house arrest 2 years ago but remained a powerful ____ in last year’s election.

A. statue            B. identity           C. portrait          D. symbol

10. It’s important to pay your electricity bill on time, as late payments may affect your_______.

A. credit            B. condition          C. income          D. status

11. Most people work because it’s unavoidable. _______, there are some people who actually enjoy work.

A. In addition        B. By contrast        C. As a result        D. In conclusion

12. The police officers decided to conduct a thorough and ______ review of the case.

A. complicated       B. comprehensive     C. crucial           D. conscious

13.He is proud and___,never admitting he is wrong and always looking for someone else to blame

A. sympathetic       B.stubborn           C. strict            D. sensitive

14. Tony can hardly boil an egg, still _____cook dinner.

A. little             B. much             C. less             D. more

15. I think Mrs. Stark could be _______ between 50 and 60 years of age.

A. anywhere         B. anything          C. anybody         D. anyhow

16. In order to _____ a good knowledge of French, he gave up his job and went to study in a French school.

A. acquire           B. require           C. inquire          D. address

17. I can’t remember how many years ago______ I first met him.

A. it was when       B. was it when       C. it was that        D. was it that

18. The country’s bad security situation doesn’t seem to be ________ tourists, who still flood in.

A. putting away     B. putting on       C. putting down      D. putting off

19. By the time Jane got home, her aunt _____ for London to attend a meeting.

A. had left         B. left            C. has left            D. would have left

20. The professor, along with his teachers,______ a meeting at present.

A.     are attending   B. is attending      C. was attending       D. were attending

II完形填空(20*1=20

Most interviewees are probably aware that interviewers are not supposed to ask them certain questions. There are some areas of special  21  in selection interviewing. Our goal here is to point out these  22  areas of questions and to suggest strategic ways to  23  them as an interviewee.

Courts have  24  that it’s none of the company’s business how many children an applicant has; or whether he or she is married,  25  or divorced. In this area, if you are asked an illegal question, you can give a general  26 , saying elegantly:I would prefer to stick to job-related questions. Or you can be more  27 :Are children a req学科网(www.zxxk.com)--教育资源门户,提供试卷、教案、课件、论文、素材及各类教学资源下载,还有大量而丰富的教学相关资讯!uirement for this position? 

 28 , many instances of illegal interview questions occur in the course of  29  getting-to-know-you small talk during an interview and aren’t  30  by the interviewer as an invasion of your privacy. But innocent or not, illegal interview questions can  31  a company in 学科网(www.zxxk.com)--教育资源门户,提供试卷、教案、课件、论文、素材及各类教学资源下载,还有大量而丰富的教学相关资讯!court when a job seeker  32  discrimination in the interview process. [来源:Zxxk.Com]

To  33  age discrimination in hiring, courts have disallowed these sorts of questions:How old are you? When did you graduate from high school?and so on. Managers get in trouble here when they talk about the average age of their workforce in  34  to the candidate:Our typical employee is probably 8 to 10 years older than you. Do you expect problems managing people older than yourself? You can imagine the later court  35 . Manager:But, Your Honor, I never asked her age! Candidate:My age seemed to be one of his key  36  about my ability to manage. And, of course, you can avoid all these disputes by simply answering your employer:Age 学科网(www.zxxk.com)--教育资源门户,提供试卷、教案、课件、论文、素材及各类教学资源下载,还有大量而丰富的教学相关资讯!has  37  been a consideration for me in my work life.  

In another area of sex, an employer cannot ask questions about the person’s gender  38  the job specifications strictly require either a male or a female. The burden of proof is on the  39  to demonstrate(论证) that only a man or a woman can do the job. Employers should be cautious: Courts and the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission have interpreted very  40  the concept that only one gender can perform a particular job.

                                    

21. A. stability               B. sensitivity       C. possibility        D. responsibility

22. A. illegal           B. complex         C. absurd           D. realistic

23. A. prepare         B. challenge       C. ask               D. handle

24. A. ruled            B. proposed        C. guided                 D. explained

25. A. separate        B. lonely         C. single            D. individual

26. A. consideration       B. introduction       C. summary          D. response

27. A. vague           B. pointed          C. polite            D. aggressive

28. A. In particular     B. In detail         C. In addition       D. In truth

29. A. ordinary          B. formal               C. serious             D. important

30. A. settled          B. illustrated       C. intended           D. charged

31. A. land             B. cause          C. help              D. find

32. A. requires              B. permits        C. avoids          D. claims

33. A. support        B. evaluate         C. prevent        D. discover

34. A. reaction              B. relation        C. comparison     D. contrast

35. A. atmosphere     B. scene           C. result           D. decision

36. A. qualities          B. elements         C. concerns         D. problems

37. A. always         B. never           C. ever             D. often

38. A. until            B. unless          C. once            D. before

39. A. employee        B. committee       C. court           D. employer

40. A. narrowly         B. broadly        C. wrongly          D. correctly

III 阅读理解(15*2=30

A

First lady Michelle Obama turns 50 on Friday, Jan. 17, 2014.

Michelle Obama has spent the first half-century of her life breaking barriers and checking off a series of firsts. Now, as she reaches her milestone birthday Friday, the nation will be watching to see in what other areas she will leave her mark.

Five years after moving into the White House, and without a re-election campaign to worry about, she has more room to relax in her role and, political watchers say, possibly become more vocal(声音的) on political issues in the three years left in office.

So far, critics have complained about Michelle’s silence on issues where they expected to hear her voice: Last year, at the start of her husband’s second term, she disappointed advocates for tighter gun-control measures after she failed to push harder on the issue in response to the massacre(残杀) at Sandy Hook Elementary School in Newtown, Conn. She also disappointed some feminists(女权主义者) who wanted her to defend their causes instead of falling back on her self-described role as the nation’s mom-in-chief. Nor did she handle racial issues during her second term, as some had expected.

The most important thing to remember is, whether you are black, white or Hispanic, you’re the first lady and the president of all the people in the United States. That’s a huge melting pot, so to reinforce(强化) that she’s African American over anything else would not be wise, said Anita McBride, who directs programming and national conferences on the legacies(遗产) of America’s first ladies and their historical influence at American University.

Valerie Jarrett, a top White House adviser and a close friend of the Obamas, said the first lady doesn’t want to spread herself too thin.  

She really wants to have a maximum impact and to do that in fewer areas, Jarrett told the Associated Pre学科网(www.zxxk.com)--教育资源门户,提供试卷、教案、课件、论文、素材及各类教学资源下载,还有大量而丰富的教学相关资讯!ss. That, she said, is better than trying to take on every single possible cause.

But Robert Watson, a Lynn University professor, said he expects Obama to go a little harder at issues over the next several years. Second-term first ladies usually feel more at ease to speak more forcefully about issues close to their heart, he said.

Myra Gutin, a Ryder University communications professor and frequent lecturer on first ladies, said she expects Obama to continue making both of them a priority in her remaining years in the White House, given their success. Michelle launched the Let’s Move campaign in 2010. It in particular has gained widespread support, ranging from the National Football League to the Sesame Street franchise(特许), which even gave permission to the produce industry to use its licensed characters for free on fruits and vegetables.

There’s no such thing as a traditional first lady, not anymore in this technology-filled world. Is Mrs Obama cutting edge? Is she an activist? No. As first ladies go, I think she’s been politically careful because she does not want there to be a major flare-up that would require her husband to use his political capital to clean up, she said. But she’s not exactly just sitting in the White House pouring tea and having receptions, either.

41. Critics were disappointed with Michelle because     .

A. she didn’t put gun-control measures into effect

B. she failed some feminists to stand out to be a career woman

C. she didn’t solve some racial problems

D. she failed to voice her opinion on some issues

42. According to the professors or advisers, which of the following statements is NOT true?

A. It’s not wise to reinforce Michelle is African American over anything else.

B. It’s better for Michelle to have a maximum impact than to take on every possible cause.

C. It’s expected for Michelle to go a little harder at issues.

D. It’s a tradition for first ladies to stay out of political issues.

43. What does the underlined phrase spread herself too thin in Paragraph 6 mean?

A. Try to do a lot of work at the same time.            B. Get very tired.

C. Try to improve physical fitness.               D. Move herself away from others.

44. In Paragraph 9, the campaign Let’s Move might be aiming to help people     .

a. gain widespread support   

b. become more physically active

c. have access to healthier foods   

d. raise awareness about gun control

A. a, c     B. a, b     C. b, c     D. c, d

B

How do you design a pay plan that motivates people to do their best work? A new study by three Harvard researchers suggests a novel answer: Shortly after you hire new workers, give them a raise.

Previous research has shown that paying people more than they expect may elicit reciprocity(相互作用) in the form of greater productivity, notes Deepak Malhotra, a Harvard business-administration professor who worked on the study. What he and his colleagues found, however, was that the connection between more pay and extra effort depends on presenting the increase as a giftthat is, as something you’ve chosen to do purely as a nice gesture, with no strings attached.

Malhotra and his team studied 267 people hired by oDesk, a global online network of freelancers, to do a one-time data-entry project for four hours. All of the new hires were people in developing countries, for whom hourly wages of $3 and $4 were higher than what they had been making in previous jobs.

The researchers split the group up into three equal parts. One group was told they would earn $3 an hour. A second group was initially hired at $3 an hour but, before they started working, they got a surprise: The budget for the project had expanded unexpectedly, they were told, and they would now be paid $4 an hour. The third group was offered $4 an hour from the start and given no increase.

Even though the second and third groups were eventually paid the same amount, the second group worked harder and produced moreabout 20% morethan either of the other two. People in the second group also showed the most stamina, maintaining their focus all the way through the assigned task and performing especially well toward the end of the four hours. Interestingly, the more experienced employees in the high-performing group were the most productive of all, apparently because their previous work experience led them to appreciate the rarity of an unexpected raise.

Contrary to conventional wisdom, Malhotra points out that higher pay, in and of itself, didn’t promote productivity: People who made $4 an hour from the beginning worked no harder than those who were hired at $3 and were then paid $3.

To get the most impact from their pay plans, he adds, companies might consider not only what to pay new hires, but when to pay it.

The key thing is how you present (the reason for an increase), he says. Doling out extra money could promote productivity most if you make it clear that the pay raise is something you’re choosing to do just because you can. Our theory is that people will reciprocate. If you do something nice, they’ll do something nice back.

45. Which of the following is TRUE about the research?

A. None of the participants earned more than $4 an hour in previous jobs.

B. 89 of the participants got a $1 wage raise for their high productivity.

C. It was so important that the budget for it was increased in the process.

D. Stamina shown in it was positively related to the amount of money paid.

46. What does the underlined word stamina most probably mean?

A. The quality of being intelligent or clever.

B. The quality of doing something difficult or dangerous.

C. The physical or mental energy needed to do a tiring activity for a long time.

D. A particular method of doing an activity, usually involving practical skills.

47. Why did the second group produce more than the other two groups?

A. Because they thought they were better paid than the other groups.

B. Because they were experienced employees from developing countries.

C. Because an unexpected raise reminded them of their previous work.

D学科网(www.zxxk.com)--教育资源门户,提供试卷、教案、课件、论文、素材及各类教学资源下载,还有大量而丰富的教学相关资讯!. Because they felt they were nicely treated and tried best to repay it.

48. What can we infer from this passage?

A. No pains, no gains.              B. It matters not what we give but how.

C. Honesty is the best policy.          D. Actions speak louder than words.

C

TECH gadgets can bring great fun to our days as well as making life easier. Below are some cool gadgets released in 2013.

    

The Minx Go is a portable wireless speaker good for any age in any room of the house. It’s an amazing sounding desktop speaker, which uses Bluetooth to broadcast your audio from any Bluetooth-enabled device. The set-up takes seconds; just press the power button once to turn it on and a second time to activate(启动) the Bluetooth set-up. You can connect up to eight devices at once and you’ll get 18 hours of music before the speaker needs a charge or, if you leave it in one place all the time, you can just use the included power cord.

For someone with a friendand a movie

Simple, cool, wireless and reasonably priced are the HMDX Audio HX-P610BK JAM Fusion Bluetooth Stereo(立体声的) Headphones. What makes them unique is if you have two pairs of them, you can connect them both to listen to the same music source wirelessly via Bluetooth. They have a built-in microphone for hands-free calls and a rechargeable battery that lets the music play for six hours before a charge is needed.

For the oversharer

The MeCam is a wearable hands-free video camera that comes in 4GB, 8GB and 16GB capacities. It measures just short of 2-inches around and has built-in LED infrared(红外线的) technology, which enables it to be used in still or video modes in low light or daytime.

All control buttons are on the side; the recharge学科网(www.zxxk.com)--教育资源门户,提供试卷、教案、课件、论文、素材及各类教学资源下载,还有大量而丰富的教学相关资讯!able battery is good for about 80 minutes of use; video is taken at 720P or still images at 5 megapixels(百万像素).

For the constant traveler

Go with one SmallHands or TwoHands with the Felix smartphone and tablet stands. The SmallHands is a portable stand good for holding smartphones in horizontal(水平的) or portrait positions. For bigger tablets, the TwoHands will also hold them hands-free in both positions. Both stands are available in six different colors.

For the student

PK Paris has a new USB 2. 0 key ring flash drive built into a carabineer so it can be clipped(别住) or unclipped to almost anything, including tunnel-equipped ear lobes(耳垂). The K’lip weighs just 0. 529 ounce and is stainless steel, making it durable(耐用的) in any weather. The pin and spring have been company tested to be opened up to 10, 000 times.

For the perennial(长久的) entertainer

The ThinkGeek Radioactive Elements Glowing Coasters are a set of four 3. 75-inch squares; each glows in a different color(green, red, purple and yellow) when you place your drink on it. A small replaceable battery comes in each, good for about 4. 5 hours of constant use.

49. According to the passage, the battery of     cannot be charged.

A. the Minx Go

B. the HMDX Audio HX-P610BK JAM Fusion Bluetooth Stereo Headphones

C. the MeCam

D. the ThinkGeek Radioactive Elements Glowing Coasters

50. The best subtitle for the Minx Go should be     .

A. For the speaker                B. For young and old

C. For the music lover             D. For the fashion seeker

51. What can we learn from the passage?

A. In order to use the Minx Go, you have to connect eight devices.

B. Built-in LED infrared technology makes the MeCam convenient to carry.

C. The K’lip can glow in a different color in any weather.

D. Both SmallHands and TwoHands are stands used to hold tablets in different positions.

D

If you bought some candy months ago but never ate it, how can you tell whether it is still safe to eat? The easiest way is to check the use-by date printed on the wrapper. If that date has already passed, you’re likely to throw the candy away. But is that really necessary?

According to a new report from the US Natural Resources Defense Council(NRDC), tons of food is wasted each year, largely because people don’t fully understand what expiration dates, or use-by dates, actually mean.

Food dating was introduced in the 1970s because consumers wanted more information about the things that they were eating. When they first showed up, use-by dates were only supposed to indicate freshness because producers wanted their products to be tasted in their best conditions.

But the truth is that these dates aren’t related to the risk of food poisoning or food-born illness, according to Time News. However, most customers misinterpreted use-by dates and related them to the safety of the food, and they still largely do now.

Eggs, for example, can still be eaten three to five weeks after purchase even though the use-by date is much earlier. When their use-by dates pass, strawberry-flavored drinks may lose their red color and biscuits may lose their crunch(嘎吱嘎吱的声音), but they are not harmful.

It’s a confusing subject, the difference between food quality and food safety, said Jena Roberts, vice president of National Food Lab, a US food testing company. Even in the food industry I have colleagues who get confused.

This is why scientists are calling for a standard explanation to be printed following the use-by dates. We want this to be clearly communicated so consumers are not misunderstanding the date and contributing to a lot of waste, said Dana Ganders, a staff scientist with the NRDC.

But this won’t be a mistake that is easy to correct since people have believed it for so long. Another problem is that the quality levels of different foods change differentlysome are still safe to eat long after their use-by date while others are not.

As a result, food industry officials are now thinking of changing the use-by date to a date indicating when food is most likely to go bad.

52. The use-by date was first intended to     .

A. tell the freshness of food             B. show the safety of food

C. give a warning of food poisoning     D. indicate the relation between food and illness

53. T学科网(www.zxxk.com)--教育资源门户,提供试卷、教案、课件、论文、素材及各类教学资源下载,还有大量而丰富的教学相关资讯!he underlined word misinterpreted in Paragraph 4 probably means     . [来源:学科网ZXXK]

A. made guesses about                 B. formed a wrong idea about

C. made wrong use of                  D. took no notice of

54. Which of the following is TRUE?

A. Most customers understand what use-by dates mean.

B. Use-by dates have existed for more than 50 years.

C. Biscuits can’t be eaten when not as crunchy as they were bought.

D. Even after their use-by dates pass, some foods are still safe to eat.

55. Scientists are calling for a standard explanation to be printed together with the use-by dates because     .

A. use-by dates are not helpful or reliable

B. more consumers get worried about food safety

C. most consumers often misunderstand use-by dates

D. the quality level of different foods changes differently

 

IV 任务型阅读10*1=10

The fast development of Internet makes it convenient for people to have access to the latest information all over the world, which broadens people’s horizons. However, sometimes the Internet is abused by some to spread rumors(谣言) on purpose, resulting in side effect on people’s life. Therefore, The Internet Society of China (ISC) released a written proposal last Monday which demanded of Internet companies and websites to strengthen self-discipline and prevent the spread of online rumors.

Three major websites in China voiced their solutions Tuesday to fighting against online rumors in response to the warning on Monday.

Chiefs of sina.com, and qq.com have promised the government that they will firmly cooperate with relevant departments to deal with the online spreading of rumors, saying they will improve self-management and take effective measures toward this goal.

Microblogging websites should not be a hotbed for spreading of rumors, said a chief of sina.com, which operates the countrys most popular microblogging site Weibo.com. He said Sina is making efforts to control the release of contents on Weibo.com and improve its ability to find out and remove rumors posted on it.

Weibo.com and another major Chinese microblogging site qq.com stopped their comment functions from March 31 to April 3 after they were punished for allowing rumors to spread.

A chief from Baidu.com said it was calling off the information that’s not lawful or legal in its search results and it would further increase technical and manpower investment to remove disinformation.

The website qq.com is learning from the past experience and bettering the safety strategy for its microblogging service to further prevent the spreading of online rumors through microblogging sites, said an unnamed chief from qq.com.

The measure has received widespread support from users and chances are that a cleaner and safer net environment will take shape.

Introduction

ISC released a proposal, (56)______ of Internet companies and websites to strengthen self-discipline and prevent the spread of online rumors.

(57)______ of the Internet

Enabling people to access the latest information (58)______

Broadening people’s horizons

Problems of the Internet

Being abused by some to spread rumors (59)______

Having side effect on people’s life

Responses from websites

Promising to (60)______ with relevant departments firmly

Improving self-management and take effective measures

 (61)______ taken by major websites

sina.com

Controlling the release of contents on Weibo.com

Improving its ability to (62)______ and remove rumors on it

Cancelling (63)______ and fake information in its search results

Further increasing technical and manpower investment to remove disinformation

qq.com

Learning from the past experience

Bettering the safety (64)______ for its microblogging service

Results

The measure has received widespread support from users.

People are (65)______ to enjoy a cleaner and safer net environment.

 

V 单词拼写(25*1=25

1. He realized it was c___________ to fulfill his task because it was difficult but it could test his ability.

2. I earn 3000 yuan a month, which means my income is above the a______salary,2000 yuan in my town.

3. I am unhappy every time my father finds f_________ with my work.

4. His bad table manners made her e________. She regretted having taken him with her.

5. It o______ to me that I had left my key in the office.

6. In this peaceful land, people live in perfect h_______ with nature, far away from the noise and worry of the outside world.

7. When you are in the reading room, talk quietly in order not to d_______ others.

8. No one is allowed into the lab without the teacher’s p________.

9. According to the survey c_______ last week, more than half college students admitted having consumed alcoholic drinks.

10. Many countries have already begun trying to clone human beings, but this doesn’t mean that we should follow their f__________.

11. I’ll a_______it if you can open the window for me.

12. Her children’s ages r_______from three to eighteen.

13.Last night we were ________(咬)by mosquitoes.

14. ________(目击证人)also say they saw Justin walking towards his house at 11:00 pm.

15. TV is not only a ________ (方便的)source of entertainment, but a comparatively cheap one.

16. India ______ (宣布)its independence in 1947.

17. I don’t remember that part of the meeting so I have to ________(查阅)my notes.

18. The People’s Republic of China returned to the Olympics after 32 years’ ________(缺席).

19. As long as you work hard, you will get _______ (升职)sooner or later.

20. She _______(假装)she didn’t know me when I passed by but I knew that she knew me.

21. If we toy with nature, we will have to deal with the _________(后果).

22. They eagerly went to work in the border regions in _______(响应,回应) to the Party’s call.

23. It is beyond ________(争辩,争论) that Diaoyu Island belongs to China.

24. Their team went home angry and bitter because they didn’t win the ________(锦标赛).

25. In many cases, his questions made his students ________(意识到的) of their own errors.

VI 书面表达(15


目前,荧屏上青少年才艺展示的表演愈来愈多,不少学生对此有不同的看法。请根据以下表格内容,为某英语杂志写一篇英语短文。

看法

理由

太早参加演出,不利于学习

1.没有形成自己的演出风格,仅靠模仿,不是真艺术;

2.学生们过多的痴迷于“明星梦”,忽视学习;

3.演出花费太多时间与精力,不利于集中精力学习。

应该参加演出,展示才华

1.表演节目提供了参与社会活动的机会;

2.丰富演出经验,有利于将来的音乐生涯;

3.人各有梦,抓住机会实现梦想。

你的观点

……(至少两点)

注意:1.行文应连贯流畅,内容要充实完整;

      2.词数150左右。

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Are middle school students too young to be on TV shows?

 

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II .21—25BADAC   26—30 DBDAC   31—35 ADCBB  36—40 CBBDA

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8. permission  9.conducted  10.footsteps 11.appreciate  12.range 13.bitten 14. Witnesses

15.convenient 16.declared 17.consult 18.absence 19.promoted 20.pretended  21.consequences  22.response   23.argument   24.tournament    25.aware

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Are middle school students too young to be on TV shows?

At present there are more and more teen talent shows on the TV screen. Are middle school students too young to be on TV shows? Some students think so.

In their opinion, teenagers haven’t formed their own style of performance yet. Just imitating others’ voice and actions is not the real art of singing and performing. It’s reported that some young girls are too absorbed in “star dream”, thus ignoring their study. What’s more, such TV shows take up too much time and energy. As middle school students, they should concentrate on their study at present.

However, other students think it right for teenagers to show their talents of art. TV shows like “Super Voice Girls” provide students with an opportunity to participate in social activities, where they can gain rich experience, which will surely contribute a lot to their future musical career. As we all know, different people have different dreams. It’s very important for them to grasp the chance and try to make their dreams come true.

Personally, important as study is, it is not the only thing we can do. We should have a wide range of opportunities to develop our abilities. We may as well show our qualities to people when possible.

(or: As for myself, although it is a good stage for young people to show their ability, as middle school students, they must first have more knowledge. They should put more effort into their schoolwork.)

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