2013-2014学年四川省成都树德中学高一3月月考英语试卷（带解析）

适用年级：高一 | 试卷年份：2014年 | 省份：四川 | 试卷类型：月考试卷 | 上传日期：累计组卷次数 | 下载word版

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The president of Haiti said on TV that people in         country were making an effort to bring         end to poverty.

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--How do you find the food in the restaurant?
--     . I have never enjoyed better food.

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Compared         ordinary dolls, Barbie Dolls sell well, whose prices range     5 dollars to 100 dollars.

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A terrible terrorist attack      at the train station in Kunming, on March 1, 2014      29 death and more than 140 injuries.

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The boy seated himself in the corner with his back       to his father.

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--Were you late for the film?
--Very late. Half of it         by the time we         the cinema.

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Some solid evidence proves that water really exists on Mars, but unfortunately, there is still no             of life.

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Bob ­     a lot of Japanese when he watched Japanese cartoons at a younger age.

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The days         we spend together on the farm are not easy        .

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Coin confusion
Rachel looked through troubled eyes at her sister and said, "I wouldn't have thought Eric would be a thief." Her sister Sarah replied, "Whoa, that's a      accusation to make against your best friend!"
Rachel remembered two days ago when she had brought out her coin collection for Eric to     . At the end of that day, Rachel's mother asked her to do her a favor, so she asked her friend," Is it okay if I leave you for a few minutes?" Eric said, "Go ahead. I’ll clean up here,"      at the piles of coins on the floor.
When Rachel returned, it never occurred to her to     her coins until two days later that she realized some quarters were      .
Sarah said, "Why don't you just ask him?"
"Ask him what? Hey, best friend, did you       my coin collection?" Rachel thought for a moment,        if that would be a good idea. The theft of her collection left her with a feeling of        "How could I have misjudged my friend's       ?"
The next day Rachel went to Eric's house. Eric was acting funny sort of nervous, like he couldn't be       . In fact, Rachel thought Eric acted like someone with a secret. Anger blossomed as Rachel watched Eric pretend to be kind,      Eric had obviously stolen from her. Rachel finally could not stand it anymore and stood up. Suddenly, Eric     ,"I can't stand it anymore!" Rachel was astonished at hearing her own      burst forth from her friend! Instead of sounding     , Eric sounded excited. He pulled something from underneath the chair.
"Go to open it! I was going to wait until your birthday, but I can't wait." Slowly, Rachel lifted the top of the     . Laid out in front of her were all of the quarters from her coin collection. Each quarter was in its own      in a new collection case. Each quarter shone like it was new.
Rachel felt      rush over her neck and ears. She said     , "Thank you! This means... a great deal to me." She was grateful that Eric had cut her      before she said something she would     . Eric was exactly the type of person she wanted as a friend!

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Rented Boyfriends
Taobao. com, China's largest online marketplace, is never short of bizarre offers.
And here is the latest one: boyfriends for rent.
A rented boyfriend can do the following: accompanying the girl to visit friends and families, go shopping, having meals and even getting a kiss out of courtesy. The charge is by the hour.
The services become hot with the approach of the Spring Festival, the most important festival for family reunions.
In China, parents especially worry about unmarried daughters.
Single women will have to face the same old question at the family dinner table: have you got a boyfriend?
And for those who haven't found their Mr. Rights, renting a boyfriend emerges as a solution.
So, which men are willing to offer that service?
“I offer such a service only because I'm bored and know fewer female friends at work," said Ding Hui, 27, a salesman in the plastic industry in Shanghai, with a monthly salary of more than 10,000 yuan.
He rented himself twice last year: during the Spring Festival and National Day. His customers were two 28-year-old women.
He charged 3,000 yuan each, and the customer had to cover his round-trip tickets, accommodations and bought him clothes to make him look smart.
More than 260 rent-a-boyfriend services can be found on the taobao.com, with the number climbing.
An anonymous female netizen, who claimed to have rented a boyfriend, said on the website, "My parents are very satisfied, so my pressure is greatly reduced."
Another comment read, "It's good that I've achieved the wish of my parents."
【小题1】On which site can women rent boyfriends?  (within 4 words )

【小题2】How does a rented boyfriend get paid? (within 3 words)

【小题3】What question may single women have to face at the family dinner table? (within 5 words)

【小题4】What did Ding Hui’s customer have to pay besides his service?(within 18 words )

【小题5】For what reasons do single women rent boyfriends? ( within 15 words)

Fish species are expected to shrink in size by up to 24% because of global warming, say scientists.
The scientists argue that failure to control greenhouse gas emissions will have a greater effect on marine ecosystems than previously thought. Previous research has suggested that changing ocean temperatures would affect both the distribution and the reproductive abilities of many species of fish. This new work suggests that fish size would also be heavily affected.
The researchers built a model to see how fish would react to lower levels of oxygen in the water. As ocean temperatures increase, so do the body temperatures of fish. But, according to lead author, Dr William Cheung, from the University of British Columbia, the lower level of oxygen in the water is key. Warmer waters could decrease ocean oxygen levels and greatly reduce fish body weight. On the other hand, rising temperatures directly increase the metabolic rate of the fish's body function. This leads to an increase in oxygen demand for normal body activities. So the fish will run out of oxygen for growth at a smaller body size.
The research team also used its model to predict fish movements as a result of warming waters. The group believes that most fish populations will move towards the Earth's poles at a rate of up to 35km per decade. "So in, say, the North Sea," says Dr Cheung," one would expect to see more smaller-body fish from tropical waters in the future."
Taking these factors into consideration, the research team concludes that fish body size will shrink between 14% and 24%, with the largest decreases in the Indian and Atlantic oceans.
When compared with actual observations of fish sizes, the model seems to underestimate what's actually happening in the seas. The researchers looked at two case studies involving North Atlantic cod and haddock. They found that recorded data on these fish showed greater decreases in body size than the models had predicted.
Dr Alan Baudron, from the University of Aberdeen, UK, believes smaller-sized fish could seriously affect the ability of fish to reproduce. "Smaller fish produce fewer and smaller eggs which could affect the reproductive potential of fish stocks," he said.
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While reading a story on 20-somethings complaining about how the economy is ruining their life plans, I couldn't help but think the 20-somethings sound like a bunch of spoiled children who grow up expecting everything to be easy for them. As a 20-something myself, I certainly share their disappointment –my husband and I probably won't be able to buy a house until we're in our forties, and we two are burdened by student loans. But why should it be different? Being young people in America, shouldn't they take up all of the challenges and opportunities that this country offers?
Consider some of these views shared in the story: Jennifer, 29, owner of a two-bedroom apartment with her husband, worries that she won't be able to have children for at least a decade because they can't afford to buy a house yet.
I read that, and I thought what planet she is living on where you need to own a house in order to have kids? Has she ever visited a developing country, or even downtown areas in this one? Home ownership is a luxury, not a fertility requirement.
A 26-year-old man in the story is disappointed that he can't afford to get a Ph. D. in literature. Well, that sounds a bit like expressing disappointment that no one will pay you to write poetry on the beach in Thailand for five years.
Yes, it's sad that these young people feel so lost. But I think the problem is their extremely high expectations, not economic reality. Beth Kobliner, author of Get a Financial Life: Personal Finance in Your Twenties and Thirties, says that she thinks people's expectations grow up when their wealth appears to be increasing. Their parents probably see their home values rise along with their investments. "So we have people who have grown up in an environment where people have great expectations of what living well means," says Kobliner.
This recession will certainly play a role in forcing those expectations into more realistic group. In the meantime, it seems much better for our mental health to focus on being grateful—for our one-bedroom apartments, for living in modern cities, or perhaps just for being able to eat three meals a day—than on longing for some kind of luxurious life.
【小题1】What makes the author think the 20-somethings sound like a bunch of spoiled children?

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【小题2】Which of the following is NOT one of the complaints of the 20-somethings?
A. They can't have children for at least a decade for they can't afford to buy a house.
B. They have only a one-bedroom apartment to live in.
C. They can't buy a house until 40 and are burdened by student loans.
D. They despair of not being able to afford to get a Ph. D. in literature.
【小题3】What's Kobliner's attitude towards the 20-somethings with high expectations ?
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There is a problem each of us faces in following advice on emotional healing: apologizing is difficult. We are trapped in what we think of ourselves by holding onto our pride. We can be selfish and not willing to admit our most obvious mistakes. Pride eats away at us as we argue or ignore the mistake.
It's happened to me. I have had too much pride and selfishness to apologize to a loved one I hurt. When I did want to apologize, I couldn't bring myself to face the other person. This is the pride I'm talking about. Maybe apologies come difficult for men because they're expected to be dominant. It's like the joke that a man never asks for directions when lost. Ladies are more emotionally open than guys and are willing to express it. Still, both genders wonder how to correctly apologize.
In shifting the focus on apologizing away from you, what does not apologizing do to other people? They feel hurt that you are not willing to communicate your mistake. They lose trust in you as you hide behind your mistake avoiding reality. They become angry with you, wondering why you do not tell them the truth. They may begin to counter your lack of apologies by not apologizing themselves and from this the relationship goes downhill as the two of you get caught in a power struggle.
You need to communicate your mistakes. A mistake you made is like a scratch and by not apologizing you are making the scratch a deeper wound and rubbing salt into it. You need to stop hurting the other person and yourself by learning to apologize. There is real power in apologizing and emotional healing.
【小题1】Why are men more unwilling to make apologies?

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【小题2】What bad effect will there be if you refuse to apologize for your mistakes?
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London has always been known for its "black fogs". In the winter of 1952, a milky white fog rolled into the city. As the smoke poured into the air, it was so hard to see that people had to walk in front of the buses to guide them. In this way, the most serious air pollution disaster in history began. When it was over, more than 4,000 people had been killed by the thick black smog.
New York City has had several London-type smogs since 1950. Each time, 100 to 400 deaths were caused by the smog. Although these smogs were not as deadly as London's, New York City has the worst air pollution problem in the United States.
In all the killer smogs, factories and homes poured smoke and fumes into the air from the furnaces. The chemical fumes combined with the water droplets in the fog to form harmful substances. These substances caused the illness of those who breathed the polluted air.
Usually, such harmful fumes rise into the upper air and are blown away by the wind. But sometimes there is an unusual weather condition called a temperature inversion. A layer of cold air remains near the ground as smoke and fumes pour into it. This is covered by an upper layer of warm air that acts like a lid. It prevents the polluted cooler air from rising. The harmful fumes pile up and make people ill. The smog may be so thick that airports are closed and chains of collisions occur on the highways.
Another type of smog occurs in Los Angeles. Here the weather may be clear and sunny. But stinging eyes and dry coughs show that harmful chemicals fill the air. The smog is due to invisible gases, mostly from automobile exhaust. Because these chemicals are changed by the sun high up in the air, it is called photochemical smog. It contains automobile exhaust fumes and nitrogen oxides changed by the sun's rays. Added to these are sulfur dioxide and other fumes from factories and oil refineries. Photochemical smog is found in many large cities all over the world.
Killer smogs don't happen very often, fortunately. But in Beijing, a combination of automobile exhaust fumes, home furnace smoke, and factory waste gases pours into the air. This may also happen in the suburbs, or out in the country, where large factories have been built. A number of harmful substances have been found in the air there. When these substances are breathed in day after day, the health of the population is affected.
【小题1】Why do people call this phenomenon "black fog"?

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【小题3】When photochemical smog happens in the city,          .
 A．many people will be killed V6 b& B2 a8 a+ E5 B B．black smoke may pour into the air V6 b& B2 a8 a+ E5 B C．the weather may be fine V6 b& B2 a8 a+ E5 B D．people have to walk to work V6 b& B2 a8 a+ E5 B
【小题4】From the passage we know that the most serious black smog disaster took place in    .
 A．London V6 b& B2 a8 a+ E5 B B．New York V6 b& B2 a8 a+ E5 B C．Los Angeles V6 b& B2 a8 a+ E5 B D．Beijing V6 b& B2 a8 a+ E5 B

### 短文改错

此题要求改正所给短文中的错误。文中共有10处语言错误，每句中最多两个错误；每处错误仅涉及一个单词的增加，删除或修改。
删除：把多余的词用斜线（\）划掉。
增加：在缺词处加一个漏字符号（∧），并在其下写出该加的词。
修改：在错的词下划一横线，并在该词下面写出改正后的词。
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11处起）不计分。
I’m writing to answer your ad publishing in “Panorama”. I devote myself to environmental protection and I am considering joining in your club. I would appreciate if you could give me some information. First, I would like to know how often meetings are held and where they take the place. I would also like to know whether the talks were given by experts in the field or by member of your organization. In addition, I would be grateful if you would tell me whether it is any extra charge for the materials.
Beside, please tell me if there is a reduced membership fee for we students. Finally, I hope you can organize activities suitably for senior high students. I am looking forward to hearing from you at your earliest convenience.
Yours faithfully,
Li Lei

### 书面表达

随着留学热潮的不断升温，“微留学”也迅速进入学生的视野。“微留学”是指学生通过利用假期时间组团去国外名校进行短期的游历和学习，对留学生活有个初步体验。对此，你们班举行了一次以“中学生是否应该进行微留学”为主题的班会。下表是讨论的结果，请根据下表用英语写一篇文章并发表你的观点。
参考词汇：微留学short-term overseas study tours或micro study tours
虚荣心vanity

 赞成：60%% J, S; P* S h' b- X) V6 C0 Q 反对：40%% J, S; P* S h' b- X) V6 C0 Q （1）更好的了解国外名校；（2）提前体验留学生活。% J, S; P* S h' b- X) V6 C0 Q （1）费用太高，多数家庭无力承担；（2）有些学生“留学”是为了跟风、炫耀。% J, S; P* S h' b- X) V6 C0 Q 你的观点……% J, S; P* S h' b- X) V6 C0 Q % J, S; P* S h' b- X) V6 C0 Q
注意：词数120左右。