新疆2019届高三英语第三次诊断性测试试卷

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    一、阅读理解(共15小题;每小题2分,满分30分)
    • 1. 阅读理解

          The School has become aware that many students are being prevented from doing their work because of other students playing games and watching movies. We're sorry it's come to this, but we don't have enough resources to support everything, and our educational mission comes first.

          NO RECREATIONAL ACTIVITIES, SUCH AS GAMES AND MOVIES, ARE ALLOWED IN ANY OF THE LABS 8:30 AM TO 4:30 PM WEEKDAYS.

          Work on course-related game development is excepted. Note that it is usually very obvious whether game activity is recreational.

          MULTIPLE LOGINS AT THE SAME TIME ON THE SAME USER ACCOUNT ARE FORBIDDEN.

          If you have a course-related need for an exception to this rule, please contact the tech staff (supportatsignscs. carleton. ca).

          For our general policy on lab usage, please see scs. carleton. ca/ labpolicy. Note that it includes:

          NO FOOD(except dry snacks and bottled drinks)

          NO PROPPING DOORS OPEN

      1. (1)Why does the writer write this announcement?
        A . To emphasize the must-be-obeyed rules in the lab. B . To ask the students to pay for what they've done. C . To remind students to bring something. D . To criticize bad-behaving students.
      2. (2)According to the announcement, what is the most important thing for students to do in class?
        A . Playing computer games. B . Watching movies. C . Completing the learning tasks. D . Finishing all assignments before class.
      3. (3)According to the announcement, students have to contact the tech staff when______.
        A . they want to log in the website B . they need to repair their computers C . they forget their password to enter the account D . they want to share one user account at the same time
      4. (4)Which food could NOT be brought into the lab?
        A . Biscuits. B . An apple. C . A bottle of water. D . Bread.
    • 2. 阅读理解

          It is obvious that all of our childhood memories are not accidental. When you are a child, every scent, every sound, every move, every toy, the first day of school, the first kiss, the first step… Everything together makes what is the personality of a man. All these are pieces of one whole entity.

          I was about 6 years old. My mom's best friend left to another town and asked my mom to stay at her place with me for two days in order to look after her two sons. One was a little older than I was, and the second boy appeared to be super grown-up, for he was already fourteen. I always enjoyed staying at their place.

          I remember the second day we were supposed to have the come-back party for my mom's friend at her place. I woke up. Mom went to work and reminded me to be nice and clean by the time she came back. I stayed with Tony, the older of the boys and suddenly somebody called him and though he was not permitted to leave me alone-he left. He said it would not be long. But it took him forever. I realized that I was alone. I could not come out of the house, so I opened the window. I was so desperate. So lonely. So betrayed. At that moment I pulled the curtain so strongly that I fell on the floor. And there I was standing-one little criminal-desperate to escape and knowing that I would be punished for destroying the curtain that was not even ours.

      But then something changed. I stopped weeping. I looked around and realized that I was in a safe place, and that mom would come back and kiss me no matter what I had done.

          This was a moment of pure happiness, not the happiness of getting a new toy or a dog, or going to the party of your best friend. It was the moment of clarity for me-the first time in my life when I realized that I was happy to have my mom and that I was safe. My eyes saw the world in different shades that moment. And by the way-I was not punished for the curtain. I fell asleep on my mom's knees.

      1. (1)What is the best title for this passage?
        A . An Unforgettable Party B . A Childhood Memory C . A Happy Day in My Mom's Best Friend's Home D . The Rules You Should Follow
      2. (2)What best describes the author's feelings toward childhood memories?
        A . Childhood memories are easy to forget. B . They make what is the personality of a man. C . Good memories are always much easier for us to remember. D . Childhood memories are always strange and incomprehensible.
      3. (3)What happened to the author when he was 6 years old?
        A . His family moved to another apartment. B . He always fought with mom's friend's children for toys. C . He was punished by his mom for destroying her friend's curtain. D . He was locked inside a house and failed to get out by the window.
      4. (4)In the last paragraph, the word "It" refers to______.
        A . the moment he received a present from his mom B . the time he spent in mom's friend's home C . the moment he realized his mom's love D . the time he destroyed the curtain
    • 3. 阅读理解

          If we want to find out what kind of technology people used in the past, we normally have to rely on archaeologists to find ruined buildings and parts of tools or instruments or machines. Archaeologists then try to reconstruct, sometimes with the help of computer technology, what these ancient buildings and objects must have looked like, and how they might have been made. Sometimes historians are lucky and find an ancient document with a written description of these ancient buildings and objects.

          We can understand, then, why Chinese historians were so excited when they found cave paintings which show ancient science. They found these paintings in the world-renowned Mogao Grottoes of Dunhuang City, in Northwest China's Gansu Province. There are 500 man-made caves and they have survived for at least 1,600 years. Almost all of these caves have paintings on their ceilings or walls and they date from the 4th to 14th centuries. Wang Jinyu is an expert on these cave paintings (also called frescoes) and he says: "We discovered frescoes containing scientific and technological content in almost all of the caves which have frescoes." What is remarkable about these cave paintings according to the Xinhua News Agency is that they provide evidence of "scientific and technological inventions by ancient Chinese in maths, physics, chemistry, astronomy, geography, agronomy, architecture, textiles, traffic and transportation, arms and military equipment and medical sciences".

          Among the discoveries experts have made are cave paintings showing ancient techniques of pottery making and wine production and paintings showing ancient weaving machines and then toothbrushes! The paintings also give some evidence of the lifestyle at the time with, for example, pictures of people boiling milk over 1,000 years ago. Experts believe that there is more evidence to be found, but even now the caves are a wonderful natural museum. If the walls and ceilings of the caves were all put together they would form a tapestry 20 kilometers long and 2 meters high!

          It won't be possible to travel back in time-that only happens in films-but visiting these caves would be the nearest experience you could get to travelling back in time.

      1. (1)Why were Chinese historians excited when they found cave paintings showing ancient science?
        A . Because they had rarely seen cave paintings. B . Because they could make the place a tourist attraction. C . Because they could learn about ancient science through them. D . Because they would be given lots of money for the discovery.
      2. (2)The Mogao Grottoes of Dunhuang City______.
        A . have 500 man-made caves B . have been there for at most 1,600 years C . help us to know little about ancient science D . have paintings on their ceilings in every cave
      3. (3)Experts had discovered cave paintings showing the ancient techniques of ______.
        A . pottery making and wine production B . weaving machines and toothbrushes C . boiling milk over 1,000 years ago D . architecture and weaving
      4. (4)The article is more likely to be selected from the magazine ______.
        A . Modern Countries B . Business World C . Network World D . Popular Science
    • 4. 阅读理解

          At times we all get angry when we are driving. It might be because we are stuck in a traffic jam or stuck behind a very slow driver. It might be because we think another driver has done something very stupid and dangerous. Whatever the reason, it seems that getting angry in a car is something which happens more and more often and there is now a special term for it: "road rage". Some experts even think that road rage is a kind of mental illness! How can we recognize this "illness" of road rage?

      There are two kinds of road rage: aggressive driving and aggressive reactions to the way other people are driving. Aggressive driving can take different forms:

          Driving much faster than the speed limit.

          Increasing your speed very quickly.

          Driving very close behind the car in front and sounding the horn or flashing the headlights.

          Changing lanes very suddenly and blocking another car.

          Moving into a parking space where another ear is trying to park.

      There are also different reactions to the way other people are driving. These include:

          Making rude signs at people.

          Shouting at people and threatening them.

          Deliberately driving into another person's car.

          Hitting somebody.

          Using a weapon such as a baseball bat, or even a gun or a knife.

          Road rage is certainly not a joke. There have been incidents of road rage which have led to serious injuries and even murder. Experts think that one reason for road rage is that films show a lot of examples of fast and aggressive driving such as car chases where this kind of driving seems to be positive.

          Experts also think that the punishments for dangerous driving are not serious enough. Experience shows that driving problems can be controlled,but it takes a long time. In the UK in the last 30 years, he police have been quite successful in reducing the number of people who drink and drive. They are now working to stop people using mobile phones when they are driving. Let's hope they can have the same success with road rage.

      1. (1)Which of the following describes aggressive reactions to the way other people are driving?
        A . Making polite signs at people. B . Shouting at people and threatening them. C . Driving much faster than the speed limit. D . Moving into a parking space where another car is trying to park.
      2. (2)Road rage happens possibly because______.
        A . we are in a fast-changing society B . it won't cause serious injuries or death C . the drivers themselves have done something stupid D . the drivers won't get severe punishments for dangerous driving
      3. (3)What's the tone of the last paragraph?
        A . Sad. B . Cold. C . Optimistic. D . Exciting.
    二、任务型阅读(共5小题;每小题2分,满分10分)
    • 5. 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。

      Four ways to get a feel for a college on your own

          There's more to visiting a college than a campus(校园)tour. And there's a critical part for students and parents: testing the school on your own. {#blank#}1{#/blank#}

          ⒈Go to a dining hall or student union.

          The best common place where students relax and hang out is the cafeteria or student center, where you can see what college kids are like in their natural habitat.

      "Go to lunch in a cafeteria right at noon, "says Edward Walker, founder of Independent Consultants in Education," {#blank#}2{#/blank#}"

          ⒉Sit in on a class.

          A lot of high school students aren't sure what they want to study yet when they are visiting colleges, but familiarizing yourself with the academic atmosphere is important. {#blank#}3{#/blank#} You can come up with a few academic areas that you think you'd like to study and reach out to those classes.

          ⒊{#blank#}4{#/blank#}

          Chat with anyone walking around campus. Don't let mom and dad do it for you. "Your parents can talk to people, too and then you can compare notes, "says Walker." Talk to various groups of students so you'll get a well-rounded picture."

          Tour the community.

          Whether the school is in the countryside or in a city center, check out the off-campus area nearest the college. {#blank#}5{#/blank#}

      A. Talk to parents.

      B. Talk to students.

      C. Many schools offer people chances to sit in on a class.

      D. Here are four ways to get more familiar with a prospective(预期的)school.

      E. That's one of the best places where you can learn about a school's atmosphere.

      F. Big communities are still the major places that attract tourists in our society today.

      G. If there's time, tour some of the museums or other points of interest and eat at a local restaurant.

    三、完形填空(共20小题;每小题1.5分,满分30分)
    • 6. 阅读下面短文,从短文后各题所给的四个选项(A、B、C和D)中,选出可以填入空白处的最佳选项。

          Can you change the world?Yes you can!

          One of my friends wrote me a letter a few weeks ago. His life was full of problems and 1 .

          He was low on hope. He ended his letter to me with this 2:"We can't really change this crazy world we live in,can we?"I answered him immediately with these 3 :"Yes, we4can!"

          I can still remember how someone changed my world. She was the music teacher at my elementary school, the5at our church, and a family friend. I was crazy about her and wanted to 6her more than anything. However, I had no7for any instrument and my singing was quite  8though I was enthusiastic. One day she let me try playing her guitar. I did my best but could only play a note or two. When I was done, I 9my head. "I guess I am not very good," I told her. She looked at me with her kind eyes,10, and said:" We are all good at something. You just need to11what you are good at. Then you can12it with the world. "

          Those simple words changed me. They planted a seed in my soul that13to grow to this day. They made me14that I had something to give to others. I had something good inside and that could change this world for the15 . I just had to find it, 16 it out and share it. And that is what I have tried to do all of the years since that17day.

          You can change the world and make it better every single day of your life. You can change it, one choice, one person, and one kind18at a time. All you have to do is share your goodness.  19you have to do is make your love great! Live well! Do good!20the world!

      (1)
      A . worries B . excitements C . surprises D . interests
      (2)
      A . problem B . matter C . answer D . question
      (3)
      A . idioms B . words C . decisions D . assessments
      (4)
      A . certainly B . suddenly C . merely D . ever
      (5)
      A . worker B . doctor C . guitarist D . cleaner
      (6)
      A . help B . impress C . instruct D . challenge
      (7)
      A . manner B . respect C . luck D . talent
      (8)
      A . popular B . awesome C . awful D . sweet
      (9)
      A . raised B . lowered C . used D . kept
      (10)
      A . smiled B . sighed C . sang D . cried
      (11)
      A . set up B . take up C . put forward D . find out
      (12)
      A . play B . mix C . share D . provide
      (13)
      A . fails B . refuses C . continues D . agrees
      (14)
      A . regret B . realize C . deny D . declare
      (15)
      A . richer B . worse C . wider D . better
      (16)
      A . set B . give C . bring D . put
      (17)
      A . important B . insignificant C . extra D . stressful
      (18)
      A . teacher B . friend C . invitation D . act
      (19)
      A . All B . Much C . Most D . Nothing
      (20)
      A . Protect B . Change C . Create D . Save
    四、语法填空(共10小题;每小题1.5分,满分15分)
    • 7. 阅读下面短文,在空白处填入1个适当的单词或括号内单词的正确形式。

          Today, it is not rare that people may lose their jobs, so it is perhaps the time to consider the experience of unemployment. What are the first feelings? Well, {#blank#}1{#/blank#} (lose)a job, or not being able to find one, almost always causes sadness.

          If you've lost a job, the first feeling is often that of{#blank#}2{#/blank#}(disappoint)  The days seem{#blank#}3{#/blank#}(be)getting longer and the time becomes {#blank#}4{#/blank#}(hard)to fill in. Some people may {#blank#}5{#/blank#}(have)difficulty in sleeping and eating. They feel depressed, often isolated and lonely. Others may lose confidence in themselves. They are no longer certain about {#blank#}6{#/blank#}(they)own feelings. Despite all these problems, unemployment may bring good feelings, too. It's nice to be able to lie in bed in the morning, spend more time{#blank#}7{#/blank#}your family and relatives, and have more time to think. It can be a chance for a fresh start. You can use the time to consider{#blank#}8{#/blank#} you really want to get from life and how you can get it. Also you can use the time to plan how to find {#blank#}9{#/blank#} new job, learn a new skill, or see if you can run your own business and become a success. {#blank#}10{#/blank#}(possible), a new and better job is already waiting for you.

    五、短文改错(共10小题;每小题1分,满分10分)
    • 8. 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10处,多者(从第11处起)不计分。

          Bad eating habits can destroy our health. There are a lot of bad eating habits in our life. For example, watching television while have meals is bad for our health. Doing this mean you don't pay attention to your food forget what full you are, and often eat too much. Another example is having drinks rather than water. Drinks are usually highly in calorie and sugar, that can cause weight problems. Water is important. It makes your brain cell and every organ in your body to work properly. And eating in front of the computer and staying there after meals may also do harm with our health. For benefit of our health,we should get rid of both of these bad eating habits.

    六、书面表达(满分25分)
    • 9. 假设你是高三学生李华,想去美国的一所大学学习,因此要给该校负责人写一封信。

      要点如下:1)告知你喜欢的专业及原因;

      2)询问如何能被录取;

      3)其他方面的情况。

      注意:1)词数100词左右;

      2)可适当增加细节,以使行文连贯;

      3)开头和结尾已给出,不计入总词数。

      Dear Sir/Madam,

         

      Yours,

      Li Hua

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