舒城中学 2019 届高三上学期第三次统考（期中）
时间：120 分钟 分值：150 分 第一部分 听力（共两节，满分 20 分） 第一节（共 5 小题；每小题 1 分，满分 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 秒钟的时间回答有关小题和阅读下一小题。每 段对话仅读一遍。 例：How much is the shirt?
A. ?19.15 答案是 B.
1. Of what does the woman have a poor opinion?
A. The color.
B. The price.
2. What is the woman’s problem?
A. She can’t sleep well.
C. The design.
B. Her dog has been sic. C. She doesn’t get on well with her neighbor.
3. What will the woman do in the evening?
A. Mae some bread.
B. Go to the man’s house. C. Lend her bread maer to the man.
4. What does the man want the woman to do?
A. Deliver his document.
B. Clean his home.
C. Offer him a phone number.
5. What does the man mean? A. He will eat out with the woman.
B. He will have dinner at his office.
C. He will stop his wor at 800. 第二节（共 15 小题；每小题 1 分，满分 15 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 7 题。
6. What are the speaers mainly taling about?
A. The man’s plan.
B. The woman’s hometown. C. The man’s trip to Australia.
7. How high is Mount Coo?
A. About 2,000 meters.
B. About 3,000 meters.
C. About 3,800 meters.
听第 7 段材料，回答第 8、9 题。
8. Where does the conversation tae place?
A. In an office.
B. In a restaurant.
C. At home.
9. What would the woman lie to have for dinner?
C. Rice. .
听第 8 段材料，回答第 10 至 12 题。
10. Who is Ric Dillon?
A. The sales manager.
B. Mr. Sanche’s assistant. C. The boss of the company.
11. What department does Susan Sullivan wor in?
A. The Human Resources Department.
B. The Advertisements Department.
C. The Sales Department.
12. What aid Maria Artigas probably do in the past?
A. A teacher
B. A tennis player.
C. A magaine editor.
听第 9 段材料，回答第 13 至 16 题。
13. Where are the speaers?
A. In a par.
B. In a hotel.
C. In a ban.
14. What is the woman’s opinion on the Hard Roc Cafe?
A. It’s boring.
B. It’s good.
C. It’s small.
15. Where is the Science Museum?
A. Beside City Hall.
B. Near the train station. C. Opposite the National Ban.
16. How far is the amusement par?
A. About five minutes’ wal. B. About si blocs away. C. About si minutes’ ride. 听第 10 段材料，回答第 17 至 20 题。
17. How will the new runners register?
A. By telephoning Carol Beaton.
B. By going to the club in person.
C. By filling the form e-mailed to them.
18. How much should be paid for all the races through the summer?
A. Five dollars.
B. Four dollars.
C. One dollar
19. What will all runners get for free after the race?
A. Running shoes.
B. Water bottles.
20. What color shirt do the fastest runners wear?
第一部分 阅读理解（共 20 小题；每小题 2 分，满分 40 分）
第一节（共 15 小题；每小题 2 分，满分 30 分） 阅读下列短文，从每题所给的四个选项中选出最佳选项
Living Music in the Home
Living music in the Home is a Waldorf-inspired resource for parents and teachers who wish to share
the joy of music with their children and students. We provide musical training for adults so they can mae
music in their homes and classrooms.
NEW! In addition to our online offerings (see below), we are now offering in-person parent-child
music classes in western Massachusetts. We invite you to come to join us for BabySong and ChildSong,
offered at the Cottage Garden.
CLIC HERE FOR MORE INFORMATION
CLIC HERE FOR REGISTER
OUR ONLINE COURSES
Finding Your Inner Voice
Instructor Michelle Prindle (about)
Available March 17 This course offers instruction in vocal (唱歌的) technique that will help parents and teachers to find
their inner voice. The course removes modem misunderstandings about the voice. It offers advice on
overcoming psychological boundaries to joyful singing. This is done through practical, confidence-building
eercise that parents and teachers can practice in their own homes along with the videos and audio files
provided. The course also offers a variety of songs for singing with children.
Mood of the Fifth
Instructor Dan Prindle (About)
Available March 17
This course begins by giving parents and teachers a solid foundation in the basics of western music
theory that are necessary for understanding music in the mood of the fifth. These include the fundamentals
of music theory (basics of pitch and rhythm). The course then continues to define the mood of the fifth,
describe its elements and give a variety of eamples. This course provides the necessary nowledge for
parents and teachers to fully understand this often unclearly defined concept.
21. If Tome who doesn’t have a computer wants to use the resource, he can
A. call Michelle Prindle directly
B. tae the course Finding Your Inner Voice
C. join in BabySong and Childsong at the Cottage Garden
D. tae in-person music classes in eastern Massachusetts
22. What can teachers and parents learn in the online courses?
A. Instruction in vocal technique.
B. How to breathe while running.
C. Various songs suitable for adults.
D. How to deal with children successfully.
23. One can learn about western music by taing
A. Mood of the Fifth
B. Finding Your Inner Voice
C. in-person parent-child lessons
D.any of the online courses mentioned
24. This tet is most probably taen from a
A. science journal
B. travel guide
It was close to midnight and it was unusual to see vehicles on the road. However, several trucs pulled
over and worers silently unloaded camera equipment and cardboard boes, and then carried them inside the
Morgenson family home.
What too place over the net eight wees was inspired by a Hollywood movie called The Joneses about a
family of mareters who move into a local neighborhood to sell their products secretly to their neighbors.
The idea was to test the power of word-of-mouth mareting. By filming a ‘rear’ family in unscripted (无剧本
的) situations, my team and I would document how the Morgensons’ circle of friends responded to brands
and products the Morgensons bought into their lives.
With the help of 35 video cameras and 25 microphones hidden inside the furniture, the operation done
secretly showed something shocing. The most powerful hidden persuader of all isn’t in your TV or on the
shelves of your supermaret. It’s a far more important influence that’s around you almost every waing
moment your very own friends and neighbors. There is nothing quite so persuasive as observing someone
we respect or admire using a brand or product.
Our analysis also found that the brands the Morgensons used went faster. About one third of the
Morgensons’ friends began promoting these same brands to their friends. We also found that the brands their
friends were most liely to buy at the Morgensons’ suggestion were the bigger and better-nown ones. This
proved my thoughts that traditional mareting and secret mareting wor well together. The most persuasive
advertising strategies are strengthened by word-of-mouth advertising.
Whenever I meet with company managers, I tell them that the people who hold the real mareting
power are mouse-clicing consumers and their wide circles of real-life friends. In other words, the people
who hold the real power are us.
25. The author and his team went to the Morgenson family home to
A. visit the Morgensons
B. sell products to them
C. shoot a Hollywood movie
26. According to the tet, people are more liely to buy a product when
A. noticing an advertisement for it on TV
B. the product appears repeatedly in a movie
C. seeing their friends using the same product.
D. someone is promoting it in the supermaret.
27. In which part of a newspaper can you most probably read the tet?
Residents in the poorest counties in the U.S. face a life epectancy up to decade shorter than their
counterparts in the wealthiest areas, according to a study published in the American Journal of Public
Researchers from East Tennessee State University wanted to better understand how socioeconomic
status was associated with health outcomes. To find out they divided the country’s 3,141 counties into 50
new ‘states’ (with 2 percent of the counties in each) based on household income as opposed to geographic
The researchers broe down the data by county since they found state-level data may hide some ‘impact
of socioeconomic differences on both the best-off and worst-off counties.’ They then eamined health data
from the wealthiest and poorest ‘states’ (top and bottom 2 percent) to see how residents differed on factors
lie smoing, clinical care and ecessive drining. Researchers found that there was nearly a 10-year gap in the
life epectancy of men with an average of 79.3 years in the wealthy counties compared to 69.8 years in the
poorest. For women, the difference was slightly less - 83 years in the wealthiest counties and 76 years in the
The study authors caution that while they found a connection between socioeconomic status and health
outcomes, they did not analye cause and effect. But they suggest that the data shows how policy maers
should not just focus on state-wide initiatives (主动性) but more targeted efforts to help those most at ris.
“With limited resources, methods of pinpointing the poorest counties can assist in the allocation of
resources and programs to those communities that are in the greatest need,’’ the study authors wrote.
28. How did Researchers divide the counties?
A. By social status.
B. By income.
C. By health.
D. By living places.
29. Which of the following is TRUE according to Paragraph 3?
A. The women difference is less than the man in life epectancy.
B. The wealthiest ‘state’ lie hiding their wealth.
C. Most health data is unbelievable.
D. Most poorest ‘state’ smoe and drin a lot.
30. What can we infer from the last paragraph?
A. The researchers thin their study is perfect.
B. People still don’t now the cause of life epectancy.
C. The government should learn something from the study.
D. The American resources allocation is not fair at all.
31. What would be the best title for the passage?
A. Ways to have a long life epectancy
B. Great income differences in the USA
C. The health problem in the USA
D. Men in richest 10 years longer in poorest
As PhD research goes, Brian Wisenden was enviable; watching baby fish swimming swiftly through
the clear waters in the Costa Rican tropical dry forest. By recording their growth and numbers, he hoped to
loo at their riss of being eaten. Instead, he witnessed something odd. Many groups were increasing in
numbers. In these groups, some were smaller than others, suggesting they weren’t siblings（兄弟姐妹）.
Wisenden had accidentally discovered that the fish, called convict cichlids, adopt each other’s babies. Why
would they do that, he wondered?
In the human world, we thin of adoption as a selfless act. But in nature, its presence is puling. Taing on
the burden of bringing up babies with no genetic lin would seem to reduce an animal’s chances of survival
or at least provide no gain. Yet, adoption is surprisingly common in the world.
Tae the eastern grey angaroo. Between 2008 and 2013, Wisenden followed the fates of 326 baby
angaroos in the National Par in Victoria and recorded 11 cases of pouch swapping. The circumstances
behind some of these adoptions aren’t nown, but four were straight swaps and another four occurred after a
mother had lost her own baby.
How come? Before independence, baby angaroos go through a period inside and outside their mother’s
pouch; Following out-of-pouch attacs, mothers normally sniff their young before allowing them bac in, but
Wisenden’s team suspect that during an emergency they may sip the sniff test, allowing a vulnerable baby
to quicly climb in before fleeing from danger. Once inside the wrong pouch, the young may fae the
mother’s odor, maing them smell confusingly lie her own descendants. So, poor baby recognition is the
prime cause of “accidental” adoption.
Some of nature’s adoptions are, actually, driven by young looing for better prospects. In burrower bugs,
for eample, females lay a nest of eggs close to those of unrelated bugs. Mother bugs tend their developing
eggs before they hatch, then feed their babies nuts from weedy mint plants. Finding nuts is a competitive
business, so not every mother bug gets her fair share. And if the delivery rate isn’t up to scratch, clever
young may abandon their mothers to join a better-fed group. That’s similar to behavior in several species of
gull whose babies, if poorly fed, may leave home in search of better parents.
The consequences of adoption following mistaen identity can be etremely terrible. The true babies of
adopting mothers were abandoned. But it can have remarable benefits, not just for adoptees but also for
32. It can be inferred from the passage that Wisenden’s findings are
A. too weird to be witnessed
B. out of his own epectations
C. envied by his peer co-researchers
D. a sound proof of his research object
33. Which is NOT the reason for adoption in the animal ingdom?
A. Baby animals’ looing for better parenting.
B. Parents’ failure to recognie their own babies.
C. Selfless adoption commonly seen in animal world.
D. Parents, inability to provide enough food.
34. The underlined word “vulnerable” in the fourth paragraph means .
A. wea and easily attaced
B. naughty and easily hurt
C independent and well-fed
D. fragile and poorly raised
35. What will the author most probably tal about net?
A. The benefits for baby animals.
B. The benefits for adopters.
C. The consequences of adoption.
D. The consequences of wrong identity.
第二节（共五小题，每小题 2 分，共 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。(共5
Ways to Respectfully Disagree
It’s easier to agree than disagree. 36 Unfortunately, many of us either shy away completely from
disagreements or lose it when things don’t go our way. These tips can help eep disagreements constructive.
Use “I’ to communicate how you feel, what you thin and what you want or need. 37 For eample,
telling your parents “You always remind me about my housewor when you now I have much homewor” has
a very different tone from “I’m feeling pressured because I have a lot of homewor tonight. Can I do those
Listen to the other’s opinion. 38 That maes it more liely that he or she will do the same for you.
When the other person is taling, try to stop yourself from thining about why you disagree or what you’ll say
39 This is the important thing you can do to eep a conversation on trac. Of course, it’s a huge
challenge to stay calm when you feel angry about something, especially if the person you’re taling to gets
If you’ve ever been on the receiving end of someone’s put-downs (贬损的话), you now how
valuable using respectful language and behavior can be. So instead of saying what you might be thining
(That’s a stupid idea!), try saying “I don’t agree, and here is why.”
Respect goes beyond difficult conversations, of course. Being helpful and considerate towards family
members, teachers or coaches in our everyday actions helps us establish a foundation for those times when
we might disagree.
A. Stay calm.
B. Loo into the other’s eyes.
C. Using ‘you’ statements can sound aggressive.
D. Avoid putting down the other person’s ideas and beliefs.
E. Then you can calmly present your case and why you disagree.
F. Being a good listener shows that you respect the other person.
G. But we can learn a lot from conversations where we don’t agree. 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。
I wasn’t prepared for the way I felt when my 18-year-old son, Dylan, left for Asia during his winter
I was 41 the moment he first told my husband Michael and me that he wanted to use some of his
42 to travel around China. We were ecited for him to eplore the world. We told him that 43 was
one of the best ways to spend his money and the 44 will last a lifetime.
On the morning of Dylan’s departure, he 45 a few more things into his bag. Before he and
Michael 46 to the airport, I yelled, “Be safe, and 47 when you arrive in Shanghai.”
That night 48 he was flying somewhere over the Pacific Ocean, it hit me that Dylan was really
on his 49 . I woe hourly, each time 50 the cloc and counting the hours before he would land the following morning. 51 my decision to let him go alone, I prayed，and thought about all the things that
could go 52 . Then I heard from him. The first tet said he’d arrived. The second tet said his luggage
didn’t 53 it.
Feeling anious, I madly attempted to 54 down his luggage. To search for lost baggage, I
persuaded him to go bac to the 55 and suggested he go to the airline’s office. My efforts 56 . All
the while Dylan was teting me he was all right.
After that, there was no more 57 about lost luggage. I new that he’d figure it out, and that the life
lessons would be 58 .
Several days into the trip, Dylan sent a photo from Hong ong. “I thought I could never study abroad
anywhere but Europe, 59 I could definitely do it here.” his note read.
And I was 60 .
41. A. thrilled
42. A. caution
43. A. traveling
44. A. costs
45. A. put
46. A. too off
B. saw off
C. pulled away
D. moved on
47. A. write
48. A. since
49. A. behalf
50. A. mending
51. A. Convincing
52. A. wrong
53. A. arrive
54. A. bring
55. A. homeland
C. supermaret D. car
56. A. failed
57. A. presentation B. tal
58. A. awful
59. A. or
60. A. in despair
B. at a loss
C. at peace
D. in reality
第二节（共 10 小题；每小题 1.5 分，满分 15 分）
How would you feel if you woe up and found your entire computer’s contents — including your
photos, your recent documents — no longer 61 (access)? What if you found out that they had 62
(wipe) from your computer, leaving you with nothing but heartache?
Guess what? It happens to people every single day. Every day, people across the country head into
their local Apple store in 63 (tear), broen computer in hand, praying as they wait in line that 64
epensive repair might, just might, recover 65 priceless, irreplaceable files. A few get lucy. But for the
rest, there’s nothing anyone can do 66 (help).
Hasn’t happened to you? If your computer 67 (remain) unprotected, it will, and it’s only a matter
of time. But thans to recent breathroughs in computer bacup technology, you now have a number of options
to prepare, and if you’re smart, when your computer 68 (crash), you shouldn’t have any problem
69 (get) 100% of your files bac that same day. I’m not taling about an eternal hard drive. I’m taling about an online bacup(备份) 70 (solve) that runs quietly in the bacground on your computer. If you have one
installed, when your computer crashes, you’ll be just one clic away from bringing your files bac to life.
第四部分 写作（共二节） 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 语言错误，每句中最多有两处。错误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。 When taled about my dream, I recall my childhood, which I started learning to sing. At that time it was my interest led me to sing. Hard although I learned, I was happy then. And with time going on, I have gradually realied sing is my whole life. I lie it or enjoy it. I want to stand on an even big stage to sing where not only will my dream be come true but also I can send my beautiful songs to all the audience. I want to transfer happy and encouragement to the audience by singing, letting us cheer up. 第二节 书面表达（满分 15 分） 假如你是某国际学校的学生会主席李华，为配合学校即将开展的读书周(Reading Wee)活动，你 打算倡议同学们多读书，读好书。请根据下面的提示给同学们用英文写一封倡议书。 内容包括：
1．读书周活动的宗旨 2．读书的益处 3．多读书的建议 注意：1．文章开头结尾己给出，不计入总词数。 2．可适当增加细节，使文章内容充实、连贯。 3．词数 100 词左右。 Dear friends，
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Yours sincerely， Li Hua
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When taled about my dream， I recalled my childhood, which I started learning to sing. At that time it
interest ∧ led me to sing. Hard although I learned, I was happy then. And with time going on, I have
realied sing is my whole life. I lie it or enjoy it. I want to stand on an even big stage to sing where not only
my dream be come true but also I can send my beautiful song to all the audience. I want to transfer happy
encouragement to the audience by singing, letting us cheer up.
I am Li Hua, president of the Students’Union. I’m writing to appeal to you to do more reading.
Reading Wee,which is arriving, is launched to encourage us students to read more boos.As we all
now,reading is beneficial to us in many ways.To begin with, reading is a good way to spend our spare
time.Second,reading broadens our nowledge and enriches our life. In addition, reading allows us to learn from great people and live a better life.
Here are some tips on how to do more reading. First, we should form the habit of reading. Second,we can echange boos with our friends. Besides, we’d better tae a boo with us wherever we go.
If we mae reading part of our life,we will benefit from reading. Love boos and live a better life. Yours
sincerely, Li Hua