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北京市丰台区2017届高三3月综合练英语试题[一](含听力)

丰台区2017年高三年级第二学期综合练习(一)
英  语
2017. 03
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第一部分  听力理解(共三节  30分)
第一节(共5小题;每小题1.5分,共7.5分)
听下面5段对话。每段对话后有一道小题,从每题所给的A、B、C三个选项中选出最佳选项。听完每段对话后,你将有10秒钟的时间来回答有关小题和阅读下一小题。每段对话你将听一遍。
1. What is the man’s plan for his holiday?
A. To go to Hawaii.  B. To go to Hong Kong. C. To stay at home. 
2. What pet does the man decide to keep finally?
A. A dog. B. A cat. C. A rabbit.
3. What time will the woman leave?
A. At 13:00. B. At 14:30. C. At 16:20.
4. Where does this conversation take place?
A. On the train. B. In the airplane. C. In the hotel.
5. What is the woman doing?
A. Offering the man some advice.   
B. Telling the man some bad news.
C. Playing a joke on the man.
第二节(共10小题;每小题1.5分,共15分)
听下面4段对话或独白。每段对话或独白后有几道小题,从每题所给的A、B、C三个选项中选出最佳选项。听每段对话或独白前,你将有5秒钟的时间阅读每小题。听完后,每小题将给出5秒钟的作答时间。每段对话或独白你将听两遍。
听下面一段对话,回答第6至7两道小题。
6. What is Lucy’s New Year resolution?
A. To take more exercise.
B. To make big money.
C. To do better in Chinese.
7. What is the relationship between the two speakers?
A. Family members. B. Friends. C. Classmates.
听下面一段对话,回答第8至9两道小题。
8. Which function does the man use more?
A. Making calls. B. Sending messages. C. Surfing the internet.
9. Who is the woman?
A. An interviewer. B. A salesgirl. C. A postman.
听下面一段独白,回答第10至12三道小题。
10. Which of the followings can be used as identification?
   A. The admission ticket.
   B. The library card.
   C. The student ID card.
11. What can’t be brought?
A. Cellphones. B. Calculators. C. Passports.
12. What is the woman doing?
A. Making weekend plans.
B. Sharing her experience.
C. Offering some tips.
听下面一段对话,回答第13至15三道小题。
13. Where does the woman work?
A. In the supermarket. B. In the restaurant. C. In the grocery store.
14. Why does the man do the job?
A. To be able to work outdoors.
B. To earn more money for school.
C. To get exercise while working.
15. What does the woman think of the man’s job?
A. Tiring. B. Boring. C. Interesting.
第三节(共5小题;每小题1.5分,共7.5分) 
听下面一段对话,完成第16题至第20题五道小题,每小题仅填写一个词。听对话前,你将有20秒钟的时间阅读试题,听完后你将有60秒钟的作答时间。这段对话你将听两遍。

第二部分  知识运用(共两节  45分)
第一节  单项填空(共15小题;每小题1分,共15分) 
从每题所给的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。
21. Congratulations on the great progress you ________ since last year.
A. make B. have made C. were making D. will have made
22. According to the author, those ________ enjoy reading will never feel lonely.
A. when B. who C. where D. which
23. —Have I filled out the application correctly, Mr. Smith?
   —Well, you ________ one question here.
A. missed B. miss C. will miss D. are missing
24. The key point is not who said the words, but ________ they are true or not.
A. what B. when C. that D. whether
25. It ________ for two weeks, and the whole area is flooded.
A. had rained B. rains C. would rain D. has been raining
26. It’s an excellent job offer. Don’t let such a good opportunity ________ through your fingers.
A. slipped    B. to slip    C. slip   D. slipping
27. The sponsors agreed that they would support us ________ we didn’t break the rules.
A. as well as B. as soon as    C. as far as    D. as long as
28. When ________, the project will help to greatly improve the air quality in the community.
A. finishing B. to finish    C. finish D. finished
29. ________ they should do about the hole in their roof is their most pressing problem.
A. That      B. How often     C. What      D. Why 
30. The delivery of the goods ________ because of the heavy snow storm.
A. is putting off  B. was put off
C. had been put off  D. would put off
31. Life is not predictable; even the worst ________ become the best.
A. shall  B. might C. must D. need
32. ________ which club to attend, Jane asked her friends for advice.
A. Not knowing B. Not know C. Not known D. Not to know
33. —Have you seen the film Avatar?
   —Of course, I have. It was in our hometown ________ the film was made.
A. when  B. why  C. that   D. which
34. I wish I ________ the lecture yesterday, but I missed it.
A. had attended B. would attend C. have attended D. attended
35. We really appreciate our learning environment, ________ we can have open and friendly communication.     
A. whose B. which C. where D. what
第二节  完形填空(共20小题;每小题1.5分,共30分) 
阅读下面短文,掌握其大意,从每题所给的A、B、C、D四个选项中,选出最佳选项,并在答题卡上将该项涂黑。
Looking Up
I can still remember the way my tennis shoes looked as I stared down at them, feeling anxious about what was about to take place. It was time for the weekly eleventh-grade volleyball game. I knew I would never be the best   36   on any team. But every week, I stared at my shoes and simply wished I wouldn’t be picked   37  . And yet I was last almost every time. No team wanted the girl who always   38   the ball, and missed the easy serves.
Years later I realized how much those moments of   39   had affected me. I began to expect the   40   in every situation, repeatedly telling myself that I just wasn’t good enough. I grew up staring at my   41  .
All that began to   42   during the summer vacation in high school. My mom’s sister Aunt Karen, offered me a part-time job. I had always admired Aunt Karen   43   she was successful and led such an exciting life. Her good manner and warm smile were totally different from the   44   way I approached the world. But that summer she taught me to look at things   45  .
Aunt Karen said that the secret   46   success comes from the inside, not the outside. I was shocked to learn her experience had been similar to mine. She hadn’t been good at   47  , either! Aunt Karen said she finally realized what other people thought of her didn’t   48   as much as what she thought of herself. She told me when she started noticing her own good qualities, she   49   being so self-critical.
So that summer I took her   50   to heart. I listened to what I was saying to myself and decided to focus more on the good. For example, when I misfiled an important paper, I   51   myself of all the other ones I had filed correctly. And when I was shown the dirty closet, I said to myself that I would be great at   52   it. Before long I had learned a valuable lesson.   53   thinking actually works!
By the time school started that fall, I was much more   54  . I went along with people around me with a totally different attitude. When my chemistry teacher announced that we should each find a lab partner,   55   looking down at my shoes, I looked up and smiled. And do you know what happened? A very nice girl immediately asked me to be in one group!

36. A. player B. teacher  C. worker   D. manager
37. A. fast B. soon C. only D. last
38. A. liked B. dropped C. sold D. studied
39. A. relaxation B. celebration C. rejection D. discussion
40. A. worst B. best C. latest D. least
41. A. hands B. shoes C. shorts D. legs
42. A. change B. continue C. settle D. grow
43. A. if B. unless C. until D. because
44. A. proper B. nervous C. careless D. comfortable
45. A. kindly B. seriously C. carefully D. differently
46. A. to B. with C. from D. at
47. A. chemistry B. language C. sports D. computer
48. A. stand B. matter C. cost D. expect
49. A. minded B. practiced C. stopped D. suffered
50. A. steps B. plans C. time D. advice
51. A. reminded B. rid C. warned D. accused
52. A. repairing B. cleaning C. designing D. decorating
53. A. Critical B. Deep C. Positive D. Creative
54. A. confused B. careful C. cautious D. confident
55. A. in charge of B. in spite of  C. instead of D. in case of
 

第三部分  阅读理解(共两节  40分)
第一节:(共15小题;每小题2分,共30分)
阅读下列短文,从每题所给的A、B、C、D四个选项中,选出最佳选项,并在答题卡上将该项涂黑。
A
Lakeway Middle School Now Has Its Own School Store!
The Lion’s Den
Stop by the Lion’s Den before or after school or during lunch to check out the various goods available at our new school store. Here you can find school supplies, gym uniforms and gifts. Choir(合唱团) students manage the store and are ready to serve you. Money raised from sales will help purchase new music, costumes, and sound equipment for the choir.
Everything you need for school is available at the Lion’s Den. Come in today to see for yourself!

Used Book Donations
Donations of used books are welcome and rewarded. Drop off your used book donations in the store. For every five books donated, receive a Lions Reward Coin good for 25 cents off your next purchase at the Lion’s Den.
Save and Win
Bring the following coupons(优惠券) in when you visit the Lion’s Den. You can save 20% off your first purchase, receive a free pen or pencil, and enter your name and grade in a drawing to win a T-shirt. Scan the QR code, and you can get more discount information.
          
56. The Lion’s Den raises money to ________.
   A. buy books            B. help school choir
   C. support the poor        D. build a new school
57. If you donate five used books, you can get ________.
   A. a Lions Reward Coin         B. 20% off
   C. more discount information       D. a free pencil or pen
58. Your personal information is needed to ________.
   A. get the membership         B. join the school choir
   C. win a T-shirt          D. scan the QR code
59. We can probably read this passage from ________.
   A. a textbook         B. a travel guide
   C. a science magazine       D. a school website

B
Hearing the Sweetest Songs
    My parents said I lost my hearing as a baby, but I knew I hadn’t lost anything. None of my parts had dropped off. Nothing had changed: I could hear music that was close enough to me. I could also hear my mom when she was in the same room. I could even hear my cat purr if I put my good ear on top of him.
    I wasn’t aware of any hearing loss until I began to wear a hearing aid when I started living alone. I noticed it ruined my peace of mind: pencils tapping, phones ringing, and refrigerators humming. Then, I began to discover many things I couldn’t do. I couldn’t tell where sounds came from, nor could I tell fire alarms from burglar alarms. I once missed a job interview because I misheard the address on the phone. For the first time, I had to admit that I had lost something.
Unlike a wheelchair, my disability doesn’t announce itself. When I got jobs, I chose to keep it as a secret. One day a business friend said, “Nicolette, sometimes in meetings you answer the wrong questions. People don’t know you can’t hear, so they think you’re strange, stupid—or just plain rude. It would be better to just tell them.” But I knew if I told, people might see only my disability, and they might forget that I was also a writer, a painter, and a good gardener. I felt disabled and helpless.
This bothered me till I met my husband. One morning at the shore I was listening to the sounds of the sea when my husband said, “Hear the bird?” “What bird?” I listened hard until I heard a tiny sound. If he hadn’t mentioned it I would never have noticed it. As I listened, slowly I began to hear—or perhaps imagine—a distant song. Did I really hear it? Or just heard in my heart what he shared with me? I realized that songs imagined were as sweet as songs heard and songs shared were sweeter still.
This sharing is what both the disabled and non-disabled want. Every one of us, if we live long enough, will become disabled in some way. Let’s share. Now, just let me see your lips when you speak. And ask what you want to know. These are conversations we all should have, and it’s not that hard to begin. 

60. When the author wore the hearing aid, she ________.
   A. felt better prepared for the job interviews
   B. was able to enjoy different sounds
   C. experienced a sense of loss
   D. was teased by others
61. She didn’t tell her disability to others because ________.
   A. people might focus on her hearing loss
   B. she could get the work done as abled
   C. people might be curious about it
   D. she wanted to do more jobs
62. Why did Nicolette write the passage?
   A. To draw people’s attention to the hearing problem.
   B. To tell people not to treat the disabled differently.
   C. To remember the challenges she faced.
   D. To show how much she missed before.

C
Imagine looking at a view of mountaintops and wondering about the name of each peak. Suddenly, above each mountaintop, a name appears on the sky. The words are not written in smoke by skywriting planes. The words are actually not in the sky at all. They come from tiny computers in contact lenses(隐形眼镜).
Computers have become smaller and smaller over the decades. The first computers filled houses. Transistors(晶体管) and then chips allowed computers to become small enough to fit on a desktop, then a laptop, and finally a phone. When experimenting with further reductions in size, developers often have to deal with the limits of human eyesight, which control how small the computers can be and still present visible information.
One new solution employs microprojectors(微型投影机) to create a readable display(显示) for tiny computers. These machines project computer information onto any surface. Though an impressive breakthrough, there are potential problems. Such public displays can lead to privacy concerns; most people do not want their information displayed on a wall for everyone to see. Besides, these projectors are extremely expensive, and their screens give users headaches.
Babak Parviz, a researcher at the University of Washington, created another solution: inventing a screen visible only to a person wearing a contact lens. Parviz created a computer in a contact lens that uses the wearer’s field of vision as the display. To create the display, Parviz took ordinary soft contact lenses with a wirelessly controlled system. At some point, Parviz says, it will be possible to connect the lens to a remote personal computer device such as a cellphone or a laptop. By looking in a certain direction, the wearer sends the computer visual information about what he or she sees. The device then uses this information to point out the names of peaks.
These contact lenses are inserted and removed in much the same way as ordinary contact lenses. In addition, the computers in the lenses won’t block the wearer's sight at all. Although now the computers are not on lenses treating eyesight problems, Parviz hopes that someday the technology will progress to that level.

63. The contact lenses in the text can ________.
A. treat eyesight problems
B. offer beautiful views of nature
C. project information on wall surface
D. show information about what wearers see
64. According to Paragraph 3, the microprojectors ________.
A. put people’s privacy at risk
B. save computer information
C. cause serious illnesses
D. support users’ needs
65. According to the passage, these contact lenses contribute to ________.
A. saving users’ expenses
B. reducing computers’ size
C. limiting the field of vision
D. guarding remote computers
66. What might be the best title for the passage?
A. Tiny Computers, Amazing Sights
B. Smaller Lenses, Closer Views
C. Progress towards Clearness
D. Road to the Small World

D
The subtitle of my 1995 book Emotional Intelligence(EI) reads, “Why It Can Matter More Than IQ.” That subtitle, unfortunately, has led to misunderstandings of what I actually say. Some people even make the absurd claim that “EI accounts for 80 percent of success.” 
I was reminded this again when looking through comments on an Australian study that fails to find much of a connection between teenagers’ level of emotional intelligence and their academic achievements. For me, there’s no surprise here. But for those misguided people who think I claim EI matters more than IQ for academic achievement, it would be a “Gotcha!” moment.
My argument is actually that emotional and social skills give people advantages in areas where such abilities make the most difference, like love and leadership. EI does better than IQ in “soft” areas, where intelligence matters relatively little for success. That said, another such area where EI matters more than IQ is in performance at work, when comparing people with roughly the same educational backgrounds like MBAs or accountants.
IQ is a much stronger predictor than EI of which jobs or professions people can enter. However, having enough intelligence to hold a given job does not by itself predict whether one will be a star performer or rise to management or leadership positions in one’s field. In part this is because everyone at the top level of a given profession has already been examined for intelligence. At those top levels a high IQ becomes a basic ability, one needed just to get into and stay in the game.
The one place I expect we will be seeing more data showing a relationship between skills in the emotional and social area and school performance will be in studies of children who have gone through social/emotional learning (SEL) programs. These courses give students the self-management skills they need to learn better. And so to the degree that advantage promotes learning, they should do better on academic achievement scores. A study from the University of Illinois finds around a 10 percent increase in achievement test scores among these students. Probably, the SEL programs would also have meant higher scores on the particular assessment of EI used in the Australian study, and so if they had tested such children, there may well have been a positive connection.
So learning seems to be another area where EI may matter—whether more than IQ is a question based on experience.

67. The author writes the passage to ________.
A. state his new opinion on IQ and EI
B. explain the importance of IQ and EI
C. clear up some misreading of his book
D. argue for his study into school learning
68. According to the author, EI matters more than IQ for ________.
A. family relations; being promoted at work
B. being a leader; receiving an MBA degree
C. winning a quiz; becoming a star performer
D. becoming an accountant; getting an interview
69. The author might agree that ________.
A. intelligence matters greatly for success
B. the subtitle of his book is easily misunderstood
C. EI matters more than IQ for academic achievement
D. IQ determines one’s basic ability to enter a certain field
70. We can learn from Paragraph 5 that ________.
A. the two same studies have opposite findings
B. the SEL programs improve students’ scores rapidly
C. students’ school performance is decided by their EI
D. the SEL programs attempt to promote learning with EI

第二节(共5小题;每小题2分,共10分)
根据短文内容,从短文后的七个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。
A Canine Reading Buddy
Dogs and people have developed a special bond over time. Recently, however, some dogs have taken a different role in people’s lives—therapy dogs.
   71    Some therapy dogs visit patients in hospitals or nursing homes, while others visit children in schools and libraries. They are there to help children become better readers.
Reading programs that use therapy dogs have been in existence for more than ten years. All therapy dogs of this program are registered with an organization that tests the dogs to make sure they have the right personality for the job.
   72    Both the dogs and the handlers are volunteers with the reading program.
At the start of a reading therapy session, a child and a dog are introduced. The pair is allowed to settle down in a quiet corner together.    73    An adult handler stays nearby but generally lets the dog perform its job without interfering(干涉). Sometimes, a handler may ask a question that encourages the child to work with the dog to help the child feel more comfortable.
Not every child will be able to be part of a reading therapy program that uses dogs. A few children might be allergic to dogs or afraid of them; some children might have cultural traditions that prevent them from touching a dog.    74  
Reading therapy programs inspire learning and change.    75    They spend time with human friends. For dogs that love human companionshiop and a quiet place to rest, being part of a reading therapy program can be a great way to spend a few hours each day. The readers benefit too, gaining confidence and learning that reading aloud can be a relaxing experience.

A. How do the therapy dogs benefit from it?
B. But therapy animals also serve in many other areas.
C. As the child reads, the dog usually lies quietly and listens.
D. When reading to an animal, some children may become relaxed.
E. In these circumstances, other animals are available, such as cats and parrots.
F. A therapy dog is more of a companion and is trained to help people in different ways.
G. A dog’s handler also takes a class and must pass a test to work in the therapy program.


第四部分  书面表达(共两节  35分)
第一节(15分)
假设你是红星中学高三学生李华,你的美国笔友Chris在给你的邮件中提到他最近在准备SAT考试(美国高考),心理压力很大,很苦恼,希望得到你的帮助。请你给他回信,内容包括:
1. 安慰对方;
2. 分析心理压力过大会导致的后果;
3. 给出相应的建议及其理由。
注意:词数不少于50。
Dear Chris,
___________________________________________________________
___________________________________________________________
___________________________________________________________
___________________________________________________________

Yours,
Li Hua

第二节(20分) 
假设你是红星中学高三学生李华,请你根据以下四幅图的先后顺序,给学校英语报投稿,叙述你上周五早晨在上学路上经历的一次意外。
注意:词数不少于60。
提示词:后视镜 rearview mirror

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