成都七中 2018 届高三上学期期末英语测试
第一部分 听力（共两节， 满分30分）
第一节（共 5 小题；每小题 1.5 分，满分 7.5 分）
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，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. What will the girl do?
A. Stay at home. B. See a doctor. C. Go to school.
2. What is the problem with the house according to the woman?
A. The price of the house.
B. The ownership of the house. C. The quality of the house.
3. What does the woman mean?
A. She refuses to make peace with Jack.
B. She wants Jack to keep the secret for them. C. She wants to keep the secret forever.
4. What is the current price of the suitcase?
A. 25 dollars. B. 35 dollars. C. 50 dollars.
5. What does the man advise the woman to do?
A. Attend a meeting. B. Call on him. C. Buy a house.
第二节 （共 15 小题；每小题 1.5 分，满分 22.5 分）
听下面 5 段对话或独白。每段对话或独白后有几个小题，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。听每段对话或独白前，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。每段对话或独白读两遍。
听第 6 段材料，回答第 6 至第 8 三个小题。
6. What does the man want?
A. Pizza. B. Hamburger. C. Italian noodles.
7. What style does the man choose?
A. Super Supreme. B. Hawaiian. C. Seafood.
8. Where does the man live?
A. 106 King Street. B. 196 King Street. C. 16 King Street.
听第 7 段材料，回答第 9 至第 11 三个小题。
9. Where does the conversation probably take place?
A. In a rest room. B. At a weather station. C. On the road.
10. What is the woman trying to do?
A. Persuade the man to return home.
B. Ask the man to stop and have a rest.
C. Teach the man something about weather.
11. Why does the woman have so much knowledge about weather?
A. She works in a weather station.
B. She gained a lot from her geography teacher.
C. She gained it from her early experience on a farm.
听第 8 段材料，回答第 12 至第 14 三个小题。
12. How does Mr. Brown probably look now?
A. Scared. B. Angry. C. Worried.
13. What does the woman usually do when her husband watches a football game ？
A. She goes shopping. B. She watches with him. C. She goes to the cinema.
14. Why does the man seldom watch football games now?
A. Because he is no longer interested in football games.
B. Because he has to watch them alone now and he hates that.
C. Because his wife often buys expensive dresses when he watches football.
听第 9 段材料，回答第 15 至第 17 三个小题。
15. What was the weather like in the Caribbean?
A. It was hot. B. It was warm. C. It was cool.
16. What problem did the woman meet when she was traveling in the Caribbean?
A. She had some language problems. B. She had to tolerate the cold.
C. It was difficult to find a hotel.
17. Which of the following were cheap in the Caribbean?
A. Clothes. B. Gold jewels. C. Toys.
听第 10 段材料，回答第 18 至第 20 三个小题。
18. What did Alice decide to do with Kirsten?
A. To lend her out and let other kids enjoy her. B. To sell her to another kid who liked her.
C. To keep her in the office forever.
19. When did Flora see Kirsten for the first time?
A. About four years ago. B. About six years ago. C. About seven years ago.
20. Why did Flora take Kirsten home?
A. Because no one was taking care of Kirsten. B. Because she was interested in Kirsten.
C. Because she could make money out of Kirsten.
A Wan ted, Someone for a Kiss
We’re looking for producers to join us on the sound of London Kiss 100 FM. You ’ll w ork on the station’s music programmes. Music production experience in radio is necessary, along w ith rich know ledge of modern dance music. Please apply in w riting to Producer Vacancies, Kiss 100.
Fat her Christmas
We’re looking for a very special person, preferably over 40, to fill our Father Christmas suit.
Working days: Every Saturday from November 24 to December 15 and every day from December 17 to December
24 except Sundays, 10:30－16:00. Excellent pay.
Please contact the Enterprise Shopping Centre, Station Parade, Eastbourne.
Accountan ts Assistan t
When you join the team in our Revenue Adm in istration Un it, you w ill be providing assistance w ithin all parts of the Revenue Div is ion, dealing w ith post and other general duties. If you are educated to GCSE grade C level w e w ould like to talk to you. This position is equally suitab le for a school leaver or for somebody w ho has office experience.
Wealden District Council
If you are aged 2445 and have experience in teaching and train ing, you could be the person w e are looking for. You should be good at the computer and have some experience in programme w riting. You w ill be allow ed to make your ow n decisions, and to design courses as w ell as present them. Pay upw ards of ￡15,000 for the right person.
Please apply by sending your CV (简历) to Mrs R. Oglivie, Palmlace Limited.
21. We learn from the ads that the Enterprise Shopping Centre needs a person w ho .
A. is aged betw een 24 and 40 B. may do some training w ork
C. should deal w ith general duties D. can w ork for about a month
22. Which position is open to recent school graduates?
A. Producer, London Kiss. B. Father Christmas. C. Accountants Assistant. D. Softw are Trainer.
23. What kind of person w ould probably apply to Palmlace Limited?
A. One w ith GCSE grade C level.
B. One w ith some office experience.
C. One having good computer know ledge.
D. One trained in producing music programmes.
Four schoolchildren from Belgrav e, England w ere out on their bikes on Wednesday even ing. Unexpectedly, they saw an elderly man grasping for breath in the street. They tried to call the police and ambulance service, but their phones w ere not w orking, due to netw ork problems.
Before the Polish man became unconscious, the children kept him calm w hile they flagged dow n( 招停) a
passing driver. The children used w ords they had picked up from their Polish classmates to translate the injured man’s answ er to the driver ’s questions. Gary, 10, and his six-year-old sister, Lily, stayed w ith the man w hile Thymus and Ow en, both 11, led the ambulance to the spot w here he lay. Soon the man w as taken to hospital.
The fantastic four children w ho came to the aid of the elderly man deserve the high est respect for their quick think ing and courage in an emergency situation. They are a credit not only to themselves, but to their families and their school. And it is great to be able to hear such a positive story about young people.
What is not so positive about th is story is the fact that several adults apparently w alked by w ithout stopping to help. This seeming indifference to an emergency situation is a w ell-noted phenomenon w hich psychologists
sometimes refer to as“the bystander effect”. Research suggests that w hen a group of people w itness an emergency,
people are lik ely to assume that somebody else w ill intervene and they feel that the burden of responsibility is lifted from their shoulders.
Perhaps the answ er to this sort of thing is to introduce a “Good Samaritan” law. This already exists in France and places, a legal responsibility on people w ho w itness an emergency situation to help out as long as they can do
so. This certainly seems to remove any doubt about w ho bears the burden of responsibilit y for offering assistance—
24. What can w e learn about the elderly man?
A. He spoke Polish w ith the children.
B. He fell from his bike and got injured.
C. He w as taken to hospital by a passing driver. D. He recovered consciousness in the street.
25. In Paragraph 3, the author mainly .
A. expresses his anger at several adults B. offers his special thanks to the driver C. gives high praise to the four children D. show s his great sympathy for the man
26. The underlined w ord “intervene” in Paragraph 4 is closest in meaning to “ ”.
A. be curious B. go on
C. get involved D. give up
27. In France, if an emergency happens to someone, .
A. offering help to him is required by law
B. people have the right to leave the scene
C. others must get permission before helping him
D. the w itnesses w ill be punished if the rescue fails
Whenever w e see a button, w e w ant to press it because w e know that something w ill happen. This is true in most cases, for example, on a doorbell. But s ome buttons are actually fake, like the “close” button on a lift.
Many people are in the habit of pressing the “close” button because they don’t have the patience to w ait for the lift doors to shut. But lifts ’ “close” buttons are a complete trick, at least in the US－the doors w ill not close any faster no matter how hard you press.
It started in the 1990s w hen the Americans w ith Disabilit ies Act w as passed in the US, making sure that all lifts stayed open long enough so that people w ith disabilit ies could enter. Only US firefighters and repairmen can use the buttons to speed up the door-closing process if they have a code or special keys.
But to normal lift riders, the buttons aren’t completely useless. According to psychologists, fake buttons can actually make you feel better by offering you a sense of control.
“A sense of control is very important. It reduces stress and increases w ell-being,” said Ellen J. Langer, a psychology professor at Harvard Un iversity. Experts also added that a lot of buttons that don ’t do anything exist in our lives for this same purpose.
For example, pedestrian crossw alk buttons don’t live up to their names either. Pressing them used to help make the traffic signals change faster, but that w as before computer controlled traffic sign als w ere introduced.
But psycholog ists found it interesting that even w hen people are aw are of these litt le “w hite lies”, they still continue to push fake buttons because as long as the doors eventually close, it is considered to be w orth the effort.
28. What is the author ’s purpose in w riting the text?
A. To describe different fake buttons.
B. To explore the functions of fake buttons.
C. To analyze various habits of pushing buttons. D. To explain the disadvantages of fake buttons.
29. What can w e learn about the “close” buttons on a lift in America?
A. They w ere designed for a sense of control. B. They w ork w hen people press them hard.
C. They never speed up the door-closing process.
D. They take the safety of the disabled into account.
30. What can w e infer about pedestrian crossw alk buttons?
A. They help computers w ork faster. B. They can make people feel better. C. They can control the traffic signals. D. They help pedestrians cross safely.
31. Which may be the best title for the passage?
A. Buttons in the USA B. Buttons Alw ays Lie
C. Buttons May not Work D. “Close” Buttons on Lifts
When asked about happiness, w e usually th ink of something extraordinary, an absolute delight, w hich seems to get rarer the older w e get.
For kids, happiness has a magical quality. Their delight at w inn ing a race or getting a new bike is unreserved(毫不掩饰的).
In the teenage years the concept of happiness changes. Suddenly it’s conditional on such things as excitement, love and popu lar ity. I can still recall the exc itement of being inv ited to dance w ith the most attractive boy at the school party.
In adulthood the things that bring d eep joy—love, marriage, birth—also bring responsib ility and the r isk of
loss. For adults, happiness is complex.
My defin it ion of happiness is “the capacity for enjoyment”. The more w e can enjoy w hat w e have, the happier w e are. It’s easy to overlook the pleasure w e get from the company of friends, the freedom to live w here w e please, and even good health.
I experienced my litt le moments of pleasure yesterday. First I w as overjoyed w hen I shut the last lunch -box and had the house to myself. Then I spent an uninterrupted morning w riting, w hich I love. When the kids and my husband came home, I enjoyed their noise after the quiet of the day.
Psychologists tell us that to be happy w e need a mix of enjoyab le leisure time and satisfying w ork. I don’t think that my grandmother, w ho raised 14 children, had much of either. She did have a netw ork of close friends and family, and maybe this is w hat satisfied her.
We, how ever, w ith so many choices and such pressure to succeed in every area, have turned happiness into
one more thing w e’ve got to have. We’re so self-conscious about our “right” to it that it’s making us miserable. So w e chase it and equal it w ith w ealth and success, w ithout noticing that the people w ho have those things aren’t necessarily happier.
Happ iness isn’t about w hat happens to us—it’s about how w e see w hat happens to us. It’s the skillful w ay of
finding a positive for every negative. It’s not w ishing for w hat w e don’t have, but enjoying w hat w e do possess.
32. What can w e learn about the author from Paragraph 5 and 6?
A. She cares little about her ow n health. B. She enjoys the freedom of traveling.
C. She is easily pleased by things in daily life.
D. She prefers getting pleasure from housew ork.
33. What can be inferred from Paragraph 7?
A. Grandma often found time for social gatherings.
B. Psychologists think satisfying w ork is key to happiness.
C. Psychologists’ opinion is w ell proved by Grandma’s case.
D. Grandma’s happiness came from modest expectations of life.
34. People w ho equal happiness w ith w ealth and success .
A. are more likely to be happy B. are at a loss to make correct choices
C. stress their right to happiness too much D. consider pressure something blocking their w ay
35. What can be concluded from the passage?
A. Happy is he w ho is content. B. Success leads to happiness.
C. Each man is the master of his ow n fate. D. Happiness lies betw een the positive and the negative.
第二节（共 5 小题，每小题 2 分，满分 10 分） 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。
Protect Your Ears from Loud Music
Spending too long listening to loud music can caus e permanent damage to your ears, resulting in problems such as tinnitus (耳鸣) and hearing loss. How ever, many music lovers are not aw are of how important it is to protect their ears.
A survey led by Action on Hear ing Loss show ed many people experienced dullness of hearing or ringing in the ears after listening to loud music.
36 The next morning or a couple of days later, your hearing may gradually return to normal but over
time, w ith continued exposure, there can be permanent damage. The risk of damage to hearing is based on how loud the music is and how long you listen to it for. If you can’t talk to someone tw o meters aw ay w ithout shouting, the noise level could be damaging. The dangers to hearing are just as serious at an open air music festival as they
are in an indoor nightclub. 37 At 140 decibels (分贝) your ears start hurting.
Action on Hearing Loss advises people on how and w hy they should protect their hearing w hile en joy ing music at concerts and clubs. It recommends simple precautions suc h as w earing special earplugs, standing aw ay from the speakers, and taking regular breaks from the loudest areas.
38 DJs and musicians have been w earing earplugs for years and many recommend them to fans. These earplugs are designed specifically for clubs and don’t muffle (使听不清) sound. There are different types of earplugs available. 39 This means you can still hear the music the w ay it is, but at a low er volume.
Anybody’s hearing can be damaged by loud music and nobody can harden their ears against that damage. If you think you’ve toughened up your ears to loud music or become used to loud music, it ’s possible you have already suffered some damage. 40 The best solution is to protect your hearing in the first place.
A. Many people like to hear loud music .
B. Once hearing is gone, it’s gone for good.
C. These are the first signs of hearing damage.
D. Earplugs are the music industry’s best-kept secret.
E. Most of them w ork by reducing the noise level that reaches your ears.
F. If the noise level in this city is very high, some people w ill feel uncomfortable.
G. Volumes of 137 decibels have been recorded near the music stages at some music festivals.
第三部分 英语知识运用（共两节，满分 45 分）
第一节 完形填空（共20小题；每小题1.5分；满分30分） 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，
Sometimes in the daily challenges that life g ives us, w e miss w hat is really important. We may 41 to say hello, please, thank you, congratulate someone on something 42 that has happened to them, give a compliment, or just do something nice 43 no reason.
Charles Plumb, a US Naval Academy(美国海军军官学校) graduate, w as a jet pilot. 44 75 missions(任
务), a missile destroyed his plane. Plumb ejected( 弹射出飞机) and w as caught and kept as a prisoner. He spent 6
years in prison. He 45 the hard times and now gives talks on the lessons 46 from that experience.
One day, w hen Plumb and his w ife w ere sitting in a 47 , a man at another table came up and said:
“ You’re Plumb! You flew jet fighters from the aircraft carrier ( 航母) Kitty Haw k. You w ere shot dow n!” “ 48 in the w orld did you know that?” asked Plumb.
“I 49 your parachute(降落伞),” the man replied.
Plumb w as very 50 . The man grabbed his hand and said: “I guess it 51 !” Plumb said: “It 52 did. If your chute hadn’t w orked, I w ouldn’t be here today.”
Plumb couldn’t 53 that night, thinking about that man. He w ondered how many times he might have seen the man and not 54 said good morning.
Plumb thought of the many hours that sailor had spent at the 55 of the ship, carefully fold ing the silks of each chute, 56 in his hands each time the fate(命运) of someone he did not know.
57 Plumb asks his audience:“ Who is packing your parachute?” Everyone has someone w ho provides w hat they need to deal w ith difficult ies in their life. 58 , Plumb points out that he needed many kinds of 59 w hen his plane w as shot dow n. As you go through your w eek, month and year, please recognize the people w ho
have packed your parachute and helped you to get 60 you are today!
41. A. remember
42. A. unforgettable
43. A. in
44. A. During B. refuse B. helpful B. for
B. Before C. fail
C. After D. escape
D. w onderful
45. A. came through B. got used to C. let dow n D. w ent by
46. A. thought B. formed C. expected D. learned
47. A. plane B. school C. ship D. restaurant
48. A. What B. Where C. How D. When
49. A. invented
50. A. glad B. packed
B. excited C. made
C. confused D. provided
51. A. destroyed B. shot C. w orked D. succeeded
52. A. sure B. mostly C. possibly D. usually
53. A. talk B. sleep C. forget D. read
54. A. yet
55. A. bottom B. even
B. top C. directly
C. side D. really
56. A. catching B. offering C. setting D. holding
57. A. Now B. Then C. Recently D. First
58. A. Therefore B. How ever C. Besides D. Again
59. A. people
60. A. w hat B. lessons
B. w hen C. parachutes
C. that D. skills
D. w here
第二节 （共 10 小题；每小题 1.5 分，满分 15 分）
Hanyu Pinyin or Chinese phonetic alphabet, 61)__ (be) the official system for Standard
Chinese for long. It is often used to teach Standard Chinese, 62)__ is normally wr itten in the form of Chinese characters. The system includes four diacritics denoting tones(四声). Pinyin without tone marks
63)__ _ (use) to spell Chinese names and also in certain computer input methods to enter Chinese characters. The pinyin system was developed 64)__ _ (scientif ic) in the 1950s by many linguists, inc luding Zhou Youguang, 65)__ _ (base) on earlier forms of Chinese. It was published by the Chinese government in 1958 and revised several times. The Internationa l Organization f or Standardization (ISO) adopted pinyin 66)__ an internationa l standard in 1982, followed by the United Nations in
1986. The system was taken as 67)______ official standard in Taiwan in 2009.
Once you learn Hanyu Piny in you w ill know how to pronounce a Chinese w ord w hen 68)_ (refer) to a Chin ese dictionary. Hanyu Piny in has proved a useful tool to learn standard 69)_ (pronounce). Chinese people start at an early age to learn 70)______ _ (it) system.
第四部分 写作（共两节，满分 35 分）
第一节 短文改错（共10小题；每小题1分，满分10分） 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
删除：把多余的词用斜线（）划掉。 修改：在错的词下划一横线，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 10 处，多者（从第 11 处起）不计分。
Ladies and gentlemen,
Good morning! On behalf of the China Southern Airlines , I w elcome you in board flight CZ300 travel from Chengdu to Chicago, USA. It w ill be a 14-hour flight over Pacific Ocean. We expect to arrive in Ch icago at
8:00 a.m., so in term of time this flight w ill be a litt le long. We do have some uncertain conditions on the w ay ow e to the thunderstorm in the nearby area and it is absolutely nothing to w orry about.
The w eather in Chicago is currently cloudy w ith show ers. Hopefully it w ill full clear up w hen w e arrive in there. We are taken off soon. Please be seated and keep your seat belts fasten. Wish you a safe and enjoyable trip.
第二节 书面表达（满分 25 分）
假如你是李华，你的美国友 Peter 参加世界爵士舞挑战赛获得了一等奖。请根据以下提示写一封英文 电子邮件向他表示祝贺。
3. 询问何时方便，在上交流跳舞心得。 注意：1. 词数 100 左右；
I am w riting to offer my sincere congratulations.
Best w ishes.
Yours, Li Hua
成都七中 2018 届高三上期末英语测试
1-5 BACAB 6-10 ACACA 11-15 CBCCC 16-20 ABACB
21-23 DCC 24-27 ACCA 28-31 BDBC 32-35 CDCA 36-40 CGDEB
第三部分 英语知识运用（共两节，满分 45 分）
41-45 CDBCA 46-50 DDCBD 51-55 CABBA 56-60 DACCD
第二节 短文填空（共 10 小题；每小题 1.5 分，满分 15 分）
61. has been 62. which 63. is used 64. scientifically 65. based
66. as 67. an 68. referring 69. pronunciation 70. its
第四部分 写作（共两节，满分 35 分）
Ladies and gentlemen,
Good morning! On behalf of the China Southern Airlines I w elcome you in board flight CZ300 travel on travel(l)ing
from Chengdu to Chicago, USA. It w ill be a 14-hour flight over∧Pacific Ocean. We expect to arrive in Chicago
at 8:00 a.m., so in term of time this flight w ill be a little long. We do have some uncertain conditions on the w ay terms
ow e to the thunderstorm in the nearby area and it is absolutely nothing to w orry about. ow ing but
The w eather in Chicago is currently cloudy w ith show ers. Hopefully it w ill full clear up w hen w e fully
arrive in there. We are taken off soon. Please be seated and keep your seat belts fasten. Wish you a safe and
taking fastened enjoyable trip. Thank you!
I am writing to offer my sincere congratulations to you on your winning the first prize in the World Jazz
Challenge. As your friend, I just want you to know how glad I am at your success.
“Everything comes to him who waits.” For these years, you’ve shown great interest in jazz and kept on practicing it every day. Not only have you learned masses of skills about jazz strategy, but also you have competed in all kinds of jazz contest. Finally, you succeeded in winning the world competition!
So I’m so happy that you become champion of this challenge. At last, I hope to communicate with you so
that we can make progress together. Please tell me when you have time.
Best w ishes.