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适用年级:高三|试卷类型:其他考试|适用省份:湖南|试卷年份:2017年|上传日期:2017-01-11

收藏试题 纠错 题号:8207203 题型:听力题 日期:2017-01-11 试题难度:中等 组卷:14

Where are the speakers probably going?
A.A restaurant.
B.A theater.
C.A school.

收藏试题 纠错 题号:8207205 题型:听力题 日期:2017-01-11 试题难度:中等 组卷:14

Why does the man learn Chinese?
A.To communicate with a friend.
B.To write a paper.
C.To visit China one day.

收藏试题 纠错 题号:8207208 题型:听力题 日期:2017-01-11 试题难度:中等 组卷:14

What is the most possible relationship between the speakers?
A.Husband and wife.
B.Father and daughter.
C.Friends.

收藏试题 纠错 题号:8207211 题型:听力题 日期:2017-01-11 试题难度:中等 组卷:14

What is the woman going to do this evening?
A.Go out dancing.
B.Take care of Catherine.
C.Dance with Catherine at home.

收藏试题 纠错 题号:8207215 题型:听力题 日期:2017-01-11 试题难度:中等 组卷:14

What is the conversation mainly about?
A.A receipt.
B.Money.
C.A dress.

收藏试题 纠错 题号:8207255 题型:听力题 日期:2017-01-11 试题难度:中等 组卷:13

听材料,回答第1~2题。
1.What is The Western Teacher?
A.A story.
B.A book.
C.A magazine.
2.When did the man start writing books?
A.When he was at school.
B.After he came to Paris.
C.Since the year of 2004.

收藏试题 纠错 题号:8207261 题型:听力题 日期:2017-01-11 试题难度:中等 组卷:13

听材料,回答第1~2题。
1.What does the woman think of the calendar?
A.Outdated.
B.Fashionable.
C.Expensive.
2.What size calendar is the woman looking for?
A.Small.
B.Medium.
C.Big.

收藏试题 纠错 题号:8207264 题型:听力题 日期:2017-01-11 试题难度:中等 组卷:13

听材料,回答第1~3题。
1.Where does the conversation take place?
A.In the class.
B.In the office.
C.In the library.
2.What was the man reading about?
A.Food.
B.Fashion.
C.Sports.
3.When can the man get his magazine back?
A.Right away.
B.After the woman finished reading it.
C.Never.

收藏试题 纠错 题号:8207268 题型:听力题 日期:2017-01-11 试题难度:中等 组卷:13

听材料 ,回答第1~4题。
1.Where are the speakers?
A.In a hotel.
B.In the man's house.
C.In a cafe.
2.What instrument does the woman play?
A.Piano.
B.Violin.
C.Guitar.
3.Why does NOT the woman want sugar in her tea?
A.She doesn't like it.
B.She wants to try the original flavor.
C.She is on a diet.
4.What do we know about John?
A.He is a terrible person.
B.He promised the woman to give her a chair once.
C.He has trouble making up his mind.

收藏试题 纠错 题号:8207274 题型:听力题 日期:2017-01-11 试题难度:中等 组卷:13

听材料,回答第1~4题。
1.How long do the pumpkin pie-eating contests usually last?
A.About half a month.
B.Less than two months.
C.More than three months.
2.What can we know about Matthew Stonie?
A.He won $50,000 last year.
B.He didn't break a world record.
C.He ate about 9.5 kg pumpkin pie in 8 minutes.
3.How are the winners chosen in the pumpkin pie-eating contest in Sparks, Nevada?
A.By the judge's score.
B.By the audience clapping.
C.By the amount one eats.
4.Who is Mary Gotschall?
A.A reporter.
B.A winner.
C.A contestant.

收藏试题 纠错 题号:8207285 题型:阅读理解 日期:2017-01-13 试题难度:中等 组卷:13

    At The Children's Hospital, we're making it all better for our patients and their families all the time. We invite you to see how we' ve grown and discuss opportunities to enhance your nursing career. We offer competitive salaries and benefits, flexible shifts, including 4,6,and 8-hour shifts, education assistance, low patient ratios and a supportive work environment. New graduates are encouraged to attend.
    ●Our main campus is Denver's only Level I peds trauma center with a Level Ⅲ NICU as well as one of the top children's hospitals in the nation.
    ●Our brand new 50,000 square-foot North Campus on Highway 7,just west of l-25 will open this October.
    ●Our new surgery center in Lone Tree is now open.
    ●We will soon be opening the 9th floor of our main facility to serve even more patients. For directions and to view current positions, please visit our website at www. the children's hospital.org. The Children's Hospital is an equal opportunity employer.
    ●The Children's Hospital has been ranked nationally by US News&World Report every year since its 1993 inception.
    Nursing Recruitment Event at The Children's Hospital 1-225&Colfax Ave
    Princeton&Yale Conference Rooms
    Thursday, Sept 4th, 4:00 p.m. - 7:00 p.m.
    Please RSVP by calling (720)777-2641
    Department Tours: 4:30; 5:30; 6:30
1.Nurse employers new to The Children's Hospital _______________.
A.often have to take long night shifts
B.should have a graduate degree at least
C.could transfer to other top children's hospitals in the nation
D.could receive education assistance
2.People interested in a nursing career should be present at ____________ between 4p.m. to 7p.m. on Thursday, September 4.
A.North Campus on Highway 7
B.Princeton&Yale Conference Rooms
C.the new surgery center in Lone Tree
D.the 9th floor of the main facility
3.Which of the following group is the advertisement aimed at?
A.People who want to become nurses for The Children's Hospital.
B.People who want to be on the management team of The Children's Hospital.
C.Patients of The Children's Hospital and their families.
D.Young nurses of The Children's Hospital.

收藏试题 纠错 题号:8207290 题型:阅读理解 日期:2017-01-13 试题难度:中等 组卷:13

    Growing up in one of the poorest, most crime-ridden(犯罪猖獗的) communities on the south side of Atlanta, US, being raised by a single mother who didn't finish 3rd grade, living each day on food stamps(食物票券) and attending what the media called "the most dysfunctional(功能失常的) public school district," not many people expected much of me, so I had to expect something of myself.
    On my 13th birthday, I bought a poster of Harvard to hang in my room. Being at Harvard became what I dreamt about: I saw myself attending class in Sanders Theater, studying in Widener Library and eating in Annenberg Hall. Even when my electricity was cut off and I woke up at 5:30 a.m. to pitch blackness, I knew that my poster of Harvard was still hanging only two feet away from me. I'd begin my day by asking myself these two questions, "What do I want in my life?" and "Are the things I am doing today going to get me closer to that life?"
    Reminding myself of my goal each day made it easy to say no to the same choices I saw my peers making, because those paths wouldn't have gotten me closer to my goal. I found that even poverty could not take away my power to decide what I choose to do with my day. Asking myself those questions gave me the courage to cold email about 50 Harvard students so I could ask for feedback(反馈) on my application essays; it gave me the energy to study just one more hour on my SATs when my friends were asleep; and it gave me the determination to submit(提交) just one more scholarship application when 180 others had already turned me down.
    On March 31st, 2011, an email arrived from Harvard. The first word was "Congratulations! "A month later, Harvard flew me up to visit the campus where for the first time I got to see inside Sanders Theater, tour Widener Library and eat dinner in Annenberg Hall.
    Who you are today is the result of the decisions you made yesterday, and who you will be tomorrow will be the result of the choices you make today. Who do you want to be tomorrow?
1.The purpose of the first paragraph is mainly to ______________ .
A.describe the author's early living conditions
B.prove that the author once lived an unhappy life
C.show how many people treated the author badly
D.tell the reader why the author would be able to go to Harvard in the future
2.What's the author's attitude towards "poverty"?
A.Disappointed.
B.Objective.
C.Thankful.
D.Sad.
3.How did motivating(激励) himself affect the author?
A.It focused him on improving his application essays.
B.It helped him with decision-making and got him to put in extra effort where necessary.
C.It allowed him to measure how effectively he was moving towards achieving the goals.
D.It helped him better communicate with others in his application for colleges and scholarships.
4.What can we conclude from the text?
A.Applying to a famous university is important.
B.It is essential to set yourself an ambitious goal as early as possible.
C.Poor people usually have greater goals than others.
D.You should be determined to act and make decisions in order to achieve your goals.

收藏试题 纠错 题号:8207297 题型:阅读理解 日期:2017-01-11 试题难度:中等 组卷:13

    Ram-raiders armed with hammers smashed(猛冲) their way into an exclusive(专卖的) jewellery store in central Sydney. The thieves used a white four-wheel drive (4WD) to smash through the back window of the Mondial Neuman store in the historic Queen Victoria Building just before 9 a.m. on January 19.
    Detective Sergeant Paul Dunstan said three or four people were believed to have been in the 4WD. He said two or three people armed with what were thought to be hammers entered the shop through the smashed window, which fronts York St, before taking jewellery and driving away in a red Audi car. It's too early to say how much was taken, police said, but luckily, none of the store's workers was injured in the attack.
    A woman was working next door to the jewellery store. She saw the drama unfold and called the police.
    "I was just going to go upstairs when I saw the car stop," she said, "It mounted the kerb(街道的路边镶边石) and at first Ijust thought it was a bad driver. Then I saw a person who was masked(戴面具) jump out of the back seat and move a cafe table out of the way.The truck just rammed into the window."
    She said the man then went back to the car and got a bag out of the back seat before going into the store. "I was shaking. I was scared they would see me. I heard screaming from the next door," she said, "you know, this is the second time in several months the store has been robbed." A police spokesman said detectives were still talking to witnesses and the owners of the store.
1.From the passage we learn the robbers ______________.
A.used hammers to fight the police
B.used a red car to get into the jewellery store
C.robbed the same shop for the second time in a year
D.went into the store through the broken window
2.Which of the following statements is TRUE?
A.The value of the stolen jewellery hasn't been worked out yet.
B.The woman working next to the store fought the robbers bravely.
C.The policemen have already caught 2 or 3 robbers.
D.Not all of the store's workers were injured in the attack.
3.The underlined part "She saw the drama unfold" in paragraph 3 probably means "________________".
A.she opened a drama book
B.she was a lover of drama
C.she happened to see the robbery
D.she was surprised at the dramatic news
4.From what the woman said we can infer that _____________________.
A.the driver of the red car was not good at driving
B.the robbers frightened workers in the jewellery store
C.she knew they would rob the store when she saw their car stop
D.she was sure that the robbers didn't see her

收藏试题 纠错 题号:8207311 题型:阅读理解 日期:2017-01-13 试题难度:中等 组卷:13

    Cellphone use and texting are increasingly common, especially among teenagers. Many students think that multitasking(同时做多件事) has no effect on how they perform in school, says Colter Norick, 17. So the Montana teenager and his 16-year-old brother Colin decided to test that notion.
    They invited 47 classmates at Columbia Falls High School to take part in a two-phase experiment. The goal was to measure how well these students understood written material. Each participants had to read a paragraph or two about a certain topic, then answer a question about it.
    In the first phase, the teenager participants had 15 minutes to digest and then answer questions about six reading exercises. Throughout this testing, the volunteers encountered no distractions.
    A little later, Colter and Colin had their participants tackle a new set of readings. This time, the brothers used a computer program to send texts to the volunteers' cellphones every 90 seconds. In each text, fictional character named "Bob" asked questions that required a reply. One example: What's your favorite type of music?
    Results were enlightening, the Norick brothers found. In theory, volunteers should have scored better, not worse, on the second test because it was slightly easier. In fact, the participants scored 9 percent worse overall when distracted by incoming texts asking for some response. Only a few students scored as well when replying to text as they did when undistracted. But importantly, Colter and Colin say, nobody performed better during the texting phase.
    Boys and girls scored equally poorly while texting, the brothers note. Older volunteers didn't do any better than younger ones. And it didn't matter if a student thought he or she was good at multitasking. On average, the brothers found that even students who were confident of their abilities did just as poorly while texting. Oddly, even though the students remembered less of what they read while texting, most of them answered questions in Bob's texts perfectly.
    "Our teachers were very happy to see these results," says Colter. The teenagers' new data strongly support their teachers' claim that texting while studying is a serious distraction.
1.What is the main purpose of the article?
A.To teach the reader how to multitask effectively.
B.To advise people not to use cellphones when multitasking.
C.To report on a study about how cellphone use affects academic performance.
D.To analyze why cellphone use would cause problems for teenagers who multitask.
2.In the second part of their experiment, the Norick brothers _______________.
A.collected participants' opinions on their favorite type of music
B.made participants finish six reading exercises and then tested their understanding
C.used a computer program to distract participants from their reading
D.asked participants to send texts to Bob's cellphone every 90 seconds
3.How did the Norick brothers conduct their experiments?
A.They invited their teachers to help design their experiments.
B.They invited students across the US to participate in their experiments.
C.They tested the participants' writing skills before the experiments.
D.They compared the results of the two parts of an experiment to draw a conclusion.
4.We can infer from the last two paragraphs that ________________.
A.male students are more easily distracted by texting than female ones
B.texting is a lesser distraction for senior students than younger ones
C.students with better academic performance are less affected by texting
D.texting distracts students regardless of their gender, age or academic performance

收藏试题 纠错 题号:8207322 题型:阅读理解 日期:2017-01-11 试题难度:中等 组卷:13

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 reasons why change is good for you.
    We all know that change is hard because your brain is used to doing the same thing over and over again.But the positive consequence is really great. Here are four reasons why change is good for you:
   
    Life in the comfort zone is easy. You simply follow a routine and you can predict the consequences. Outside of the comfort zone, your assumptions are challenged. The idea of doing the same thing over and over without question is discouraged.
    You get to experience more.
   When you look back on your life, all of the really amazing things are because of a new experience you had. All of those vacations you took and all of the people you met have taught you more than you ever learned in school. These experiences now make up who you are today.
    You'll be more flexible and adaptable.
    Without doubt, change makes you more flexible and adaptable. You learn to deal with things in a way that seems foreign but acceptable and achievable.You begin to thrive(茁壮成长)in new situations because you have proven to yourself that you can, not only handle change, but flourish.
    You have more fun.
    When you are open to change, you are open to saying YES to more. You are open to more experiences and opportunities. When you add all of these things together, you are going to have a more colorful life and you'll have a ton of fun figuring it all out along the way-there's no doubt about it.
A. You are pushed out of your comfort zone.
B. Experience is waiting for you at the doorstep.
C. You have the opportunity to meet more people too.
D. Whether the change is good or bad for you, it does happen.
E. We also know how challenging it can be to go through change.
F. Then you'll be more confident when in the next uncomfortable situation.
G. Change is good because you have the chance to involve in new experiences.

收藏试题 纠错 题号:8207357 题型:完形填空 日期:2017-01-11 试题难度:中等 组卷:16 练习:114 正确率:9.00%

    When I was about five years old, I lived with my family in Enterprise, Alabama.
    What makes Enterprise, Alabama especially memorable is a    1    monument they have in the middle of town. The monument is a    2    to the boll weevil(象鼻虫),which is a particularly ugly-looking creature.
    It's probably the only monument in the world erected(矗立)    3    an insect. It certainly wasn't done because of its aesthetic(美的)value.    4    ,it was erected because of the damage the boll weevil caused to the    5    crops of the surrounding area!
    Why did they    6    this pest? Well, had it not been for the boll weevil, the local economy would have    7    its unchangeable dependence on its one-crop, one-product economy. Until then,    8    depended entirely on cotton. When the boll weevil came, the farmers and all the other businesses that were reliant on the cotton farmers were forced to    9    the need to diversify.
    In the long    10    ,they saw that the boll weevil had, in fact, done them a favour by    11    their crops. No longer were their    12    all in one cotton basket. They    13    raising pigs, peanuts and other cash crops, and the entire area was    14    off for it.
    Too often, we see difficult times as something to    15    ,something only to endure. We usually don't see the benefit    16    much later at all. If we    17    the things in our lives that were the most    18    ,we have to    19    that there was value in it.
    Remember, it's not what happens to us, but our response to what happens to us that makes the    20    in the quality of our lives. I believe that everything that happens can be a lesson.
1.A.strange    B.beautiful    C.solid    D.simple
2.A.painting    B.picture    C.statue    D.shape
3.A.in favour of    B.in memory of    C.in need of    D.in praise of
4.A.Accidentally    B.Surprisingly    C.Hopefully    D.Fortunately
5.A.cash    B.corn    C.cotton    D.wheat
6.A.reward    B.praise    C.hate    D.honor
7.A.continued    B.started    C.stopped    D.hated
8.A.something    B.none    C.everything    D.nothing
9.A.seize    B.recognize    C.create    D.grasp
10.A.run    B.direction    C.period    D.sense
11.A.fertilizing    B.changing    C.destroying    D.covering
12.A.plans    B.eggs    C.wealth    D.seeds
13.A.started    B.ended    C.kept    D.preferred
14.A.wider    B.richer    C.worse    D.better
15.A.remember    B.avoid    C.pass    D.test
16.A.until    B.when    C.though    D.unless
17.A.look back at    B.turn over    C.speak of    D.look forward to
18.A.tiring    B.trying    C.promising    D.interesting
19.A.consider    B.understand    C.prove    D.admit
20.A.mark    B.difference    C.point    D.influence

收藏试题 纠错 题号:8207364 题型:完形填空 日期:2017-01-11 试题难度:中等 组卷:13

阅读下面材料,在空白处填入适当的内容(1个单词)或括号内单词的正确形式。
    Simon was sent by his master to a market to buy nine donkeys. On his way back, Simon rodeand drove the rest of the donkeys along the road. After(pass)through a forest, Simon counted the donkeys. But to his horror, he could only see eight. Down he jumped from his donkey, and searched for the(lose) one behind every tree. But he couldn't find it. To check again, he counted the donkeys,were standing in a group. There were nine of them. Smiling with(relieve), he set off again on the donkey's back. At a crossroads, Simon counted the donkeys to make sure that none had taken the wrong road. He was surprised to find that there were only eight. Once more he got off his donkeysearched again. Then, counting(care), he found there were nine. This worried him, and he(convince) that the donkeys were bewitched(中妖术).When he got to the farm he told his masterit. The master looked at him and said, "Count them out aloud." Then he laughed, saying, “I think there are ten donkeys, Simon. You counted eight, but you forgot to count the one you are riding andrider.”

收藏试题 纠错 题号:8207372 题型:改错题 日期:2017-01-11 试题难度:中等 组卷:14

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。
    As high school students, we run into one difficulty after another in a process of learning. And we deals with them in different ways. Here l would like to share me. When I am faced a difficulty, I usually choose to refer to relevantly learning materials or web pages.
    In this way, I can not only work it out but also improve my ability to overcoming problems all by myself. Therefore, when there is something what is beyond my competence, I often turn to my classmates or teachers for help. Sometimes I am also ask my parents for advice.
    As a result, I have made steady progresses in my studies.

收藏试题 纠错 题号:8207375 题型:写作题 日期:2017-01-11 试题难度:中等 组卷:17 练习:1 正确率:100%

假设你是李华,你从朋友Mike处借的一本书不幸遗失。现在,请用英文给他写封信,内容应包括:
1.告知书遗失并致歉;
2.描述遗失经过;
3.说明暂时无法赔偿及原因;
4.承诺一定赔偿并再次请求原谅。
注意:
1.词数:100左右;
2.信的开头与结束语已为你写好,但不计入总词数。
Dear Mike,
______________________________________________
______________________________________________
______________________________________________
                                                                                  Yours,
                                                                                   Li Hua