高中英语 河南省洛阳市2016届高三3月统一考试试题及答案.doc

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    Active Challenge

    Weight loss camp for young women aged 18-25 in Canada


    Beautiful Bear Creek Outdoor

    Centre near Ottawa Ontario

    Season: July 2 - August 29

    Capacity: 40

    Activities include:

    hiking, rafting, canoeing, yoga, cooking, camp skills, mountain biking, nutrition classes, swimming, and fitness classes and etc.

    Choose what you like!

    Active Challenge is a weight loss program specially for young women. The burden of being overweight is heavier than just the extra pounds. We use outdoor adventure to challenge the girls, to give them, something to draw strength from.

    As you'll be losing weight alongside young women just like you, you'll find no one laughing at you and you'll help each other. At Active Challenge you'll make lifelong friends with young women your own age and learn to love new adventurous activities.

    Unlike any other weight loss program, Active Challenge is designed so you'll lose weight and have the strategies and skills to keep the weight off forever. Active Challenge does not put you on a diet. We follow the Canada Food Guide to healthy eating and exercise appropriate portion (一份)control. We help you develop healthy habits.

    The staff at Active Challenge combine experienced outdoor adventure professionals with highly qualified clinicians. All of us are absolutely committed to helping your daughter achieve permanent behavioral change and weight loss. Most of all we are committed to having a great time doing it.

    Pre-Camp: Upon registration in Active Challenge, an enrollment package will be sent out to you with forms to be completed prior (之前) to camp as well as program preparation materials, an introduction to Active Challenge and pre-program personal challenging assignments to get you on your way toward a healthier you.

    Post-Camp: Our post program is designed to keep you focused and remind you of the goals that you set during the camp. We will send you home with your personal meal and exercise plan and keep in touch with you for a full three months after the camp ends through letters, emails and phone calls, tracking your progress and giving you strategies and support.

    21. Why are outdoor adventures held for young women?

       A. To keep fit              B. To make them stronger

       C. To have fun             D. To lose weight quickly

    22. What will young women think of the atmosphere at Active Challenge?

       A. Comfortable and unsafe      B. Cared and exciting

       C. Competitive and challenging  D. Friendly and supportive

    23. How long will the Post-Camp help last?

       A. Until young women build up their bodies

       B. Until the beginning of the next year

       C. Until young women can keep their weight off forever

       D. Until the end of December

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    It was a snowy Friday. When I observed the snowflakes falling onto my car, I really began to wonder if I was going to make it on time. Of course I must, because I have no option.

       About two weeks ago, what my daughter Ellen had talked about was he Christmas concert to be held in her school and some rumors about it. “Mom, Rachel was supposed to sing alone, but guess what happened? She’s not! Linda will replace her to do it.” “Mom, I get to stand next to Tyler in the whole concert!” “Mom, you won’t believe it, but I Lexie’s whole family is coming to the concert, even from another state!” Making a long way out of state to see third graders sing Christmas carols seemed to be a pretty big deal for her.

       When I sat in traffic, I thought about all the school events I had attended alone. Elllen never mentioned it, but I wondered how she felt about me being the only one whoever came to her events. My own family lived out of town, and her father and his family never quite managed to fit those things into their schedules. I wondered if it bothered her.

      At eight o’clock the concert was scheduled to begin. With only a few minutes to spare, I found myself running: first, through the snow-drifted parking lot, then through the school passage. I entered the crowded hall and found a vacant seat near the front. From her place onstage, Ellen saw me run for the chair, and she smiled. I was close enough to hear the loud conversation of the children onstage.

      “Look, Ellen, there is my uncle and my cousin. They came all the way from West Virginia. I can’t believe my whole family is here!” Ellen smiled at Lexie and said, “My whole family is here, too! Look, there she is!” Ellen gave me a big smile. I saved back at her, never once noticing the melting snow dripping off my head. It suddenly occurred to me that while we tried to teach our children all about life, they actually taught us what life was all about.

    24. What’s the author’s anxiety according to Paragraph 3?

       A. Ellen’s disappointment without more family members coming

       B. Ellen’s bad performance at the Christmas concert

       C. Her missing the Christmas concert

       D. Her forgetting to tell her family about the Christmas concert

    25. What can we know from the passage?

       A. Ellen didn’t get along well with her family

       B .Ellen’s attitude towards the concert was defensive

       C. Ellen’s classmates fooled her

       D. Ellen’s mother put emphasis on her school events

    26. What can we infer about the author from last two paragraphs?

       A. She came to the concert from another state

       B .She regretted not accompanying her daughter

       C. She was nearly late for the Christmas concert

       D. She failed to understand her daughter’s words

    27. Which of the following can be the best title for the passage?

       A. Understanding Is Everything              B. My Whole Family Is Here

       C. Speak out Your Love in Time              D. Conflict Ends up With a Smile

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    As sea levels climb, even Washington, D. C. could see more frequent and widespread flooding at high tide.

       Strong storms and high winds sometimes bring floods to coastal areas. But cities and towns along the US East Coast are flooding even in calm and sunny weather. Among them is Maryland’s capital Annapolis. Tourists there must sometimes walk through water flooding downtown streets surrounding the habor. Sometimes water covers roads in Atlantic City, N. J. Even the yards and basements of coastal homes near New York City sometimes flood.

       All are suffering from this trend-----normal high tides surpass(超过) a rising sea level

       Sea levels have climbed, on average, about 20 centimeters(8 inches) over the past 135 years. And a sharp increase in tide flooding is one of the more visible impacts affecting many coastal areas, notes William Sweet, an oceanographer.

       Sweet and his co-workers recently analyzed data from 45 tide gauges(计量表) along the US coasts. These tools record the changing heights of tides as they rise and fall. From these data, Sweet’s team calculated the number of “ troublesome floods” in various coastal cities. These floods, Sweet explains, typically occur when water level is about 30 centimeters(1 foot) above the historic level of the highest tides. In June 2014, the team reported finding a growing rise in these flooding events.

       In Charleston, S. C, from 1957 to 1963, the city experienced troublesome floods an average of 4.6 days per year. Bur from 2007 to 2013, the occurring rate of troublesome floods jumped five times. Annapolis city was even more serious. From 1957 to 1963, troublesome floods were roughly 3.8 days per year. From 2007 to 2013, the average was 10 times higher---39.3 days a year.

       “Over the next few decades, climate change probably drives sea levels even higher,” Sweet says. “So today’s flooding problems promise to become only more widespread and frequent.”

    28. What is Paragraph 2 mainly developed by?

    A. Using examples.        B. Analyzing causes.

    C. Making comparisons.    D. Following time order.

    29. Why are more flooding problems caused?

    A. Because the river levels have been climbing.

    B. Because climate has changed over the years.

    C. Because the weather conditions are not stable.

    D. Because people are living too close to harbors.

    30. What can it be inferred according to data in Paragraph 5?

    A. There has been a growing rise in these analyzed flooding evevts.

    B. The changes of heights of tides are usually in a small range.

    C. The floods in coastal cities often occur when water level is above 1 foot.

    D. The number of troublesome floods gradually gets less.

    31. What is the text mainly about?

    A. Sweet’s team   B. A flood research.

    C. The US East Coast.   D. American oceanographers.

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    32. How does the author understand “friends” in this passage?

    A. Every student has 6 friends.

    B. Everyone understands clearly how to make friends.

    C. All the people who get on well with each other are friends.

    D. Friends are closer than those just getting on well with each other.

    33. What should we avoid when making friends?

    A. Good economic condition.

    B. Argument and discussion.

    C. The same race, hobby and nationality.

    D. A marked difference in age and background.

    34. What do the underlined words “being on the wavelength” mean in Paragraph 2?

    A. Having the same background.

    B. Using the same frequency while talking.

    C. Having similar ideas, beliefs, attitudes and interests.

    D. Keeping the same friendly relationship as other people do.

    35. How do people strengthen friendly relationship according to the passage?

    A. To hold friendship ceremonies.

    B. To completely get rid of differences in background.

    C. To make friends with those who are of the same age and of the same race.

    D. To support and understand each other by sharing experiences and emotions.

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       Every year in the first week of my English class, some students inform me that writing is too hard. They never write, unless assignments require it.   36   How awful it is to be able to speak in a language but not to write in it- especially English, with its rich vocabulary.   37  When I meet students who think they can’t write, I know, as a teacher my mission is to show them the rest of the rooms.   38   Also, I need to provide the opportunity in any writing activity to enhance the moral and emotional development of my students. One great way to do this is by having students write in a journal in class every day.

    __39   Writing needs to be done daily, just like exercise; just as muscles grow stronger with exercise, writing skills improve quickly with writing practice daily. I often see a rise in student confidence and performance after only a few weeks of journal writing.

    __40   When my students practice journal writing, they are practicing for their future academic, political, and emotional lives. They build skills so that some say they might write a great novel, or the perfect love letter etc. Every day that they write in their journals puts them a step daily to fluency, eloquence(雄辩), and command of the language.

    A. I need to build fluency

    B. Writing ability is like strength training

    C. They find the writing process painful and difficult

    D. Only if you have excellent writing skill can you succeed

    E. A teacher’s task is to help the students build confidence in themselves.

    F. Being able to speak but not write is like living in a big house and never leaving one small room.

    G. Expressing oneself in writing is one of the most important skills I teach to strengthen the whole students.

    题型:阅读填空  知识点:七选五题型
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