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    浙江省温州市2016届高三返校联考英语试卷

    2016届浙江省温州市高三上学期返校联考英语试题

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    浙江省温州市2016届高三上学期返校联考英语试题

    本试题卷分为选择题和非选择题两部分。满分150分,考试时间150分钟。

    请考生按规定用笔将所有试题的答案涂、写在答题纸上。

    选择题部分

    第一部分:听力(共两节, 满分30分)

    第一节:(共5小题, 满分7.5分)

    听下面5段对话, 每段对话有一个小题, 从题中所给的A、B、C三个选项中选出最佳选项, 并标在试卷的相应位置。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. When should Susan go to meet Professor Smith?

    A. At 10:00 B. At 10:30 C. At 11:00

    2. What does the woman like to do in her spare time?

    A. Read science fictions B. Surf the Internet C. Sit around

    3. What does the woman mean?

    A. She isn?t interested in the concert.

    B. She is going to a different concert.

    C. She will attend the concert to write a paper.

    4. What does the conference deal with?

    A. Science and technology B. Wildlife protection C. Space technology

    5. What can we learn from the conversation?

    A. The woman?s mobile phone has its own advantage.

    B. The woman?s mobile phone costs too much.

    C. The man doesn?t like his mobile phone.

    第二节:(共15小题, 满分22.5分)

    听下面5段对话或独白。每段对话有几个小题, 从题中所给的A、B、C三个选项中选出最佳选项, 并标在试卷的相应位置。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, 各小题将给出5秒钟的作答时间, 每段对话读两遍。

    听下面一段材料,回答第6至8题。

    6. What do we know about the man?

    A. He knows little about the English Corner.

    B. He shows no interest in spoken English.

    C. He never talks with others in English.

    7. What do people usually talk about the English Corner?

    A. Only English study B. Anything interesting C. Only current affairs

    8. What will people do if they can?t be understood at the English corner?

    A. Say it in another way. B. Go on to another topic C. Repeat it again and again 听下面一段材料,回答第9至11题。

    9. Where did the man find the advertisement?

    A. In the newspaper. B. On the Internet. C. On TV

    10. What do we know about the courses?

    A. They are six months long. B. The textbook is free.

    C. There are about 15 students in the class.

    11. How will the man most probably go to the school?

    A. On foot B. By subway C. By bus

    听下面一段材料,回答第12至14题。

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    12. What are the speakers mainly talking about?

    A. How to wash different clothes

    B. How to operate the washing machine

    C. How to control the water temperature

    13. Where are the instructions of the machine?

    A. Under the cover B. On the cover C. On one side

    14. What water temperature should be chosen to wash silk?

    A. Cold B. Hot C. Warm

    听下面一段材料,回答第15至17题。

    15. How does Bob?s father describe sports events?

    A. Through a newspaper column B. On television C. Over the radio

    16. What would not the woman like to study at the university?

    A. English B. International relations C. Broadcasting

    17. Why does the woman speak English well?

    A. It is easy for her. B. She has worked hard

    C. Her family force her to speak it

    听下面一段材料,回答第18至20题。

    18. What does the giant jet look like?

    A. A kitchen B. A great theatre C. A square

    19. How many passengers can it hold?

    A. 700 B. 600 C. 400

    20. Which of the following is mentioned about the jet plane?

    A. Its length and speed B. Its cost and length C. Its speed and cost

    第二部分:英语知识运用 (共两节,满分30分)

    第一节:单项填空(共20小题; 每小题0.5分,满分10分)

    从A、B、C和D四个选项中,选出可以填入空白处的最佳选项,并在答题纸上将该选项标号涂黑。

    21. —It would be better to wait until next weekend.

    —________. That is the only thing we can do.

    A. You have a point B. Don?t mention it C. Forget it D. No way

    22. Beijing has been chosen to host _______ 2022 Winter Olympics and Paralympics, which is ________ great

    encouragement to all Chinese.

    A. /; a B. the, / C. a; the D. the; a

    23. While rising to challenges may expose you to great trouble, in the long run, you will find it ________.

    A. practical B. avoidable C. beneficial D. accessible

    24. During the rush hour, I have been looking for a taxi but haven?t found ________ yet.

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

    25. Blind people have their own ways to tell the shape of an object and ________ it is day or night.

    A. / B. whether C. how D. what

    26. The annual singing competition, Voice of China, offers those crazy about pop songs a nice opportunity to

    display their _______.

    A. temper B. appearance C. talent D. character

    27. Pluto, the former member of the solar system, is too far away to be seen ________ the aid of a powerful

    telescope.

    A. with B. for C. without D. in

    28. Easy as our tour guide tried to make it ________ in Shanghai, we felt exhausted after a long walk in the big

    city.

    A. to travel B. travel C. traveled D. traveling

    29. Police are still hunting for the captain, who was the first to ________ the ship when it began to sink.

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    A. advance B. abandon C. accompany D. approach

    30. Jackie had planned to open a restaurant in Beijing, but _________ his idea after winning a gold medal in the

    competition.

    A. had changed B. changed C. change D. will change

    31. The custom ________ sound strange to you but it has been kept in our town for thousands of years.

    A. may B. must C. will D. should

    32. Peter has been the least physically fit member in the family but ________ proud of his image.

    A. strangely B. personally C. reasonably D. eagerly

    33. Those motorcycles, _____ a huge umbrella is fixed, are a huge threat to people walking in the street.

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

    34. It is not until in a desperate situation that the best quality of a person will ________.

    A. set out B. break out C. come out D. work out

    35. Many astronomers are trying to discover _____ they hope will be another suitable planet for humans to live

    on in the future

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

    36. He reached out his hand to catch the falling glass, but ________. It fell on the ground, broken.

    A. in time B. in case C. in need D. in vain

    37. If you _________ a table earlier, you wouldn?t be standing in such a long queue outside now.

    A. have reserved B. reserved C. reserve D. had reserved

    38. ________ we cooperate with each other, we won?t make any breakthrough in the research.

    A. Because B. Unless C. When D. While

    39. ________ basic first-aid skills, according to the expert, will help people respond effectively to emergencies.

    A. Known B. Having known C. Knowing D. Being known

    40. So sudden ________ that people in the street all rushed in all directions to find a shelter.

    A. did the rain B. the rain did C. was the rain D. the rain was

    第二节:完形填空(共20小题; 每小题1分,满分20分)

    阅读下面短文,掌握其大意,然后从21~40各题所给的四个选项(A、B、C和D)中,选出最佳选项,并在答题纸上将该选项标号涂黑。

    It doesn?t come as a surprise to you to that it makes no what you read or study if you can?t remember it. You just your valuable time. Maybe you have already some clever ways to keep yourself from forgetting.

    One dependable aid that does help you remember what you study is to have a purpose or reason for reading. You remember better what you read when you know why you?re reading.

    Why does a clerk in a store go away and you when your reply to her to help is “No, thank you. I?m just looking?” Both you and she know that if you aren?t sure what you want, you are not to find it. But suppose you say , “Yes, thank you. I want a pair of sun glasses.” She says, “Right this way, please.”

    It?s quite the same with your studying. If you choose a book at random, just looking for nothing may end up with just that-nothing. But if you do know what you want, you are almost sure to get it. Your reasons will they will include reading or studying “to find out more about”, “to understand the reasons for” and “to find out how”.

    This is the way it . Before you start to study, you say to yourself like this. “I?m reading this article to find out why Stephen Vincent Benet happened to write about America.” Or, “I?m going to skim this story to see what life was like in medieval England.” Because you know you are reading or studying, you the information to your purpose and remember it better.

    Reading is not one single activity. At least two important go on at the same time. As you read, you ideas rapidly and accurately. But at the same time you express your own ideas to yourself as you what you read. You have a kind of mental conversation with the author. If you expressed your ideas orally, they might sound like this: “Yes, I agree. That?s my opinion too.” Or “Ummm, I thought that sports record was

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    much earlier. I?d better check that date,” or “But there are some other facts to be considered!” You don?t just sit there acquiring information; you are also between facts and opinions. Facts can be checked by evidence while opinions are one?s own personal reactions.

    41. A. realize B. forget C. regret D. memorize

    42. A. mistake B. decision C. difference D. contribution

    43. A. seize B. save C. own D. waste

    44. A. remembered B. uncovered C. searched D. discovered

    45. A. general B. specific C. current D. permanent

    46. A. complain B. leave C. desert D. accompany

    47. A. invitation B. standard C. offer D. greeting

    48. A. possibly B. probable C. possible D. likely

    49. A. rather B. instead C. though D. therefore

    50. A. in order B. in particular C. in detail D. in practice

    51. A. vary B. change C. measure D. distract

    52. A. affects B. works C. exists D. improves

    53. A. everything B. anything C. nothing D. something

    54. A. when B. how C. why D. where

    55. A. relate B. put C. contribute D. appoint

    56. A. principles B. experiments C. expectations D. processes

    57. A. take in B. take off C. take away D. take up

    58. A. focus on B. believe in C. react to D. devote to

    59. A. lost B. broken C. setting D. appeared

    60. A. collecting B. digesting C. regulating D. distinguishing

    第三部分:阅读理解(第一节20小题,第二节5小题;每小题2分,满分50分)

    第一节:阅读下列短文,从每题所给的四个选项(A、B、C和D)中,选出最佳选项,并在答题卡将该选项标号涂黑。

    A

    Children are hooked on computers. Some spend up to six hours a day on their gadgets. They can be playing games live with others elsewhere in the world, updating their status on social media, texting friends or looking for the latest app to download to their tablets or smart phones.

    This worried Martin Strott, headmaster of the Old Hall School in Wellington, in the west of England. He was so concerned that he challenged his students to take part in a week of ?digital detox?. Strott told the local newspaper, the Shropshire Star, that he encourages the pupils to have a good knowledge of the computer from a young age, but is concerned that too much screen time will affect the development of their social skills. He said that this over-reliance on digital devices “family time and they?re missing out on messages from body language and facial expressions from those around them”.

    According to the headmaster, the parents are happy with the movement. But what about the children? Nine-year-old Fred usually spends around two hours on his gadgets at home after school and around 12 hours on weekends. For him, the digital detox experience was “really hard”. Fred spent it playing outside, especially basketball. He said that he?ll probably engage in different activities from now on but he did miss his phone and online games.

    The idea of keeping children away from their tech for a while to prevent ?addiction? is not particularly new. There have been similar movements in the US. But are they effective in the long run? Well, even if kids go back to their gadgets, the hope is that at least they?ll think about how they use their time.

    What about you: do you spend too many hours hooked on your digital devices?

    61. According to the passage, children are hooked on computers because they can do the following things except

    __________.

    A. searching for the newest app and install them to their tablets or smart phones.

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    B. developing their social skills by having some online conversations.

    C. playing games live with people from other places

    D. releasing some new information about their status on social media

    62. Which of the following words can replace the word “Para 2?

    A. enriches B. saves C. adjusts D. ruins

    63. According to the article, where else can you find digital detox movements?

    A. In Asian countries B. In the US C. In Japan D. In China

    64. Why did the headmaster challenge his students to take part in digital detox?

    A. Because he wanted to encourage his students to have a good knowledge of computer.

    B. Because he wanted them to learn more about body language and facial expressions.

    C. Because he was pushed by many worried parents.

    D. Because he hoped to transfer children?s attention to something meaningful.

    65. Which of the following statements is TRUE according to the passage?

    A. The headmaster thinks that children shouldn?t touch computer until they are old enough.

    B. Children welcome the movement as they will have more time to engage in more activities.

    C. Parents believe that the movements are very effective in the long run.

    D. It is hoped that kids may give thoughts to their ways of spending time.

    B

    When a dog loses a leg, the animal eventually figures out the best way to get around on three legs. In a short time, the dog learns to deal with its physical disability.

    Now, scientists have developed robots that behave in much the same way.

    We can find robots everywhere. Robots build cars, play chess and can clean your house. They may someday drive your car, too.

    Two robots, named Spirit and Opportunity, were sent to Mars on a mission to explore the red planet.

    Jeff Clune is a computer scientist with the University of Wyoming. He says robots also help people in natural disasters.

    Robots are deployed in search and rescue operations following an earthquake. They may someday also be used to examine the wreckage of a nuclear accident, like the one in Fukushima, Japan.

    Mr. Clune says robots can be sent to a lot of places said to be unsafe.

    “The problem is that all of those types of situations and environment are extremely unpredictable and dangerous. And it is very likely that robots and humans in those situations become damaged.”

    He and other scientists are developing technology so that robots will continue operating after the first sign of injury. They want the machines to have the ability to make changes and continue performing until they can be repaired.

    Mr. Clune and researchers in France have added one more operation to the skill set of robots working under difficult conditions. They say they programmed a hexapod robot, one with six legs, and a robotic arm to learn how to deal with injury. Their findings were reported in the journal “Nature”.

    Mr. Clune said that once the robots become damaged, they use their intuition and knowledge of how their body works to find a way to deal with the damage.

    He says the robots are also programmed with child-like curiosity. In other words, they are always asking questions and looking for answers. The whole process takes about a minute for the robots to find a way to overcome damage.

    66. At the beginning of the passage, the writer mentions dogs to __________.

    A. provide examples of how animals deal with unexpected injury

    B. show how scientists get inspiration from dogs to develop technology

    C. introduce the topic in a more attractive way

    D. suggest that scientists shouldn?t ignore the similarity between dogs and robots.

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