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天津市部分区2016~2017学年度第一学期期末考试
高三英语:使用答题卡的区,学生作答时请将答案写在答题卡上;不使用答题卡的区,学生作答时请将答案写在试卷上。		本试卷分为第I卷(选择题)和第II卷(非选择题)两部分,共150分,考试用时120分钟。第I卷1至10页,第II卷11至12页。  
答卷前,考生务必将自己的姓名、准考号填写在答题卡上,并在规定位置粘贴考试用条形码。答卷时,考生务必将答案涂写在答题卡上,答在试卷上的无效。考试结束后,将本试卷和答题卡一并交回。  祝各位考生考试顺利!  
注意事项:  
1.每小题选出答案后,用铅笔将答题卡上对应题目的答案标号涂黑。如需改动,用橡皮擦干净后,再选涂其他答案标号。 
2.本卷共70小题,共115分。
第一节(共5小题;每小题1分,满分5分)
听下面五段对话。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,你将有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。
例:How much is the shirt?
A.£ 19.15.   B.£ 9.15.           C.£ 9.18.
答案为B。What do you know about the woman?
A. She doesn’t like her own clothes. 
B. She wants to be a dress designer. 
C. She is a famous dress designer. 
2. When will the meeting be held? 
A. At 12 a.m.  		B. At 10 a.m.  		C.  At 8 a.m. 
3. What are the two speakers talking about?
A. The woman’s appearance.
B. The woman’s clothes.
C. The woman’s house.
4. What is the man’s job?
A. A shop assistant.   	B. A TV reporter.   	C. A businessman. 
5. What’s the man’s attitude towards the old man?
A. Sympathy.  		B. Pride.   			C. Curiosity. 
第二节(共10小题;每小题1.5分,满分15分)
听下面几段材料。每段材料后有几个小题,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。听每段材料前,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。每段材料读两遍。
听下面一段对话,回答第6至第8小题。. Why does the man praise the woman?
A. Her annual report is good.
B. She gets on well with her colleagues.
C. She is very careful in her work.
7. What do we know about the woman’s character?
A. She is too proud.  	B. She is not honest.    C. She is modest.
8. What did the woman do the day before yesterday?
A. She asked for a leave.        
B. She made some mistakes.   
C. She went to the hospital.
听下面一段对话,回答第9至第11小题。. Where will the woman go?
A. The train station.  	B. The hotel.    		C. The beach.
10. How long will the woman stay in the city?
A. Two weeks.    		B. Three weeks.  		C. Four weeks.
11. How much does the woman pay the taxi driver?
A. 2.98 dollars.    		B. 3 dollars.     		C. 6 dollars.
听下面一段独白,回答第12至第15小题。12. Where did the speaker watch birds last year?
A. In the mountains.  	B. In the forest.  		C. Near the lake.
13. Which season is NOT the best for bird watching?
A. Spring.    			B. Autumn.    		C. Summer.
14. Which of the following helps the speaker in bird watching?
A. A guide book.  		B. A flashlight.  		C. A tent. 
15. Why does the speaker choose to watch birds in the morning?
A. Birds are more active then.
B. Birds mostly stay in their nests then.
C. The light is suitable for watching birds then.
得  分			评卷人			
第二部分: 英语知识运用(共两节, 满分45分)

第一节: 单项填空 (共15小题;每小题1分,满分15分)
从A、B、C、D四个选项中,选出可以填入空白处的最佳选项。 
例:We feel ___________ our duty to make our country a better place. 
A. it      		B. this       			C. that       			D. one 
答案是A。
16.I have no appetite for anything today.
?___________p? I think you should see a doctor.
A. Why not  			B. So what  			C. What for  		D. How come
17. Tom’s elder brother has returned home from Paris, where he _________ for three years as a visiting scholar.
A. had stayed      						B. stayed      		
C. has stayed  							D. has been staying
18. As to the educational reform, some people are ________ it, while others are strongly against it.
A. in need of      	B. in favor of    		C. in place of   		D. in honor of    
— I’m sorry, Mum. I made a mistake in what you had told me to do, and....
   — Take it easy, my darling! Everybody ________ make mistakes.
A. may        		B. need       		C. should   			D. can   
20. The driver had to _______ at the traffic light even if he was driving rather fast.
A. go up 			B. give up 			C. pull up 			D. pick up
21. _________ there was no conclusive evidence, most people thought he was guilty.  
A. When    			B. As       			C. While    			D. Unless
22. — I have a lot of work to do. I’m afraid I have to go now. Bye (Hurriedly)!
   — Then... __________ (puzzled).
A. Stay here longer, please          		B. Nice to meet you here
C. No problem                   			D. So long
23. Tell your father he doesn’t need to carry any _______ with exception of a good pair of    shoes while climbing the mountain.
A. equipment      	B. belongings    		C. instrument   		D. possessions
24. In this case, you’d better not ________ yourself to despair for the sake of your elderly  mother.
A. abandon      		B. devote     		C. apply      		D. occupy
25. ________ harder at English, you will make greater progress.
A. Work 			B. To work  			C. Working   		D. Worked
26. Tom, have you ever seen a moving scene _______ many people rushed a stranger getting heart attack to hospital?
A. where 			B. when  			C. which 			D. why
27. _________himself of the missing part of the story, the journalist had to ask the interviewee more questions.
A. Informed 			B. To inform 			C. Having informed 	D. Informing
28. Not until she opened her mouth and spoke,   ______ she was foreign.
A. I realized      	B. I had realized    	C. had I realized  	D. did I realize
29. Please come whenever you want, and you can have ______  you like here.
A. whenever       	B. however    		C. whatever     		D. wherever
30. But for the timely arrival of the police, her elder sister _________ of all the money.
A. were to be robbed    					B. would have been robbed    
C. was robbed   							D. might be robbed
第二节:完形填空(共20小题:每小题1.5分,满分30分)  
阅读下面短文,掌握其大意,然后从31~50各题所给的A、B、C、D四个选项中,选出最佳选项。
It was 1958, and I was 10 years old. Being the older of two boys, I took the 
mission    31   . I was going to find Mom a useful gift that showed her how much we loved her.
In the shop, there was so much to    32    from—cards, combs etc. But while looking in the kitchen hardware section, I spotted    33    I thought was the perfect gift: a peeler(削皮器).We ate potatoes nearly every day. My earliest    34    are of my mother peeling potatoes slowly and expertly with her favorite knife. This new peeler would make her job so much    35   .
On Mother’s Day, Mom opened her gift. I saw only    36    in her eyes. I
was    37    to see the new peeler in operation, but my mother kept using her old knife. After several days of    38   , I asked her, “Mom, why don’t you use the new potato peeler?”
“My goodness, I must have    39   ,” she replied. “I’ll use it tomorrow.”
But she didn’t. I    40   hid her old knife once in the dark drawer, hoping she’d have to use the new peeler.    41   Mom found the old knife and kept using it. Finally I asked her if she wasn’t    42    her Mother’s Day gift.
 “Alvin, the best part of the potato is just    43    the skin,” she explained. “This new type of peeler wastes too much of the potato and    44    the best part.”
Seeing the    45    look on my face, she   46   , “Alvin, I’ll always remember your    47   . I’ll keep it in the drawer forever    48   every time I open it and see the peeler I’ll be    49   of what a wonderful Mother’s Day it was.”
Fifty years later, when my brother and I    50    Mom and Dad’s belongings, I spotted the potato peeler in the drawer. I wondered how many times she held it in her hands and thought, “What a wonderful Mother’s Day it was!”
31. A. curiously   	B. seriously 			C. gently 			D. anxiously
32. A. borrow 		B. collect 			C. differ 			D. choose 
33. A. which 			B. that  				C. what 				D. why 
34. A. introductions 	B. memories 			C. thoughts 			D. chances
35. A. easier 			B. better  			C. happier 			D. kinder
36. A. puzzle	 		B. sorrow			C. delight			D. pity
37. A. free 	 		B. ready 			C. glad  			D. eager 
38. A. embarrassment	B. disappointment 	C. inspiration 		D. surprise 
39. A. forgotten 		B. promised 			C. apologized 		D. complained 
40. A. still 			B. also 				C. even 				D. almost
41. A. But 			B. So 				C. And 				D. Or
42. A. aware of 	  	B. familiar with 		C. interested in		D. fond of 
43. A. upon 			B. beside 			C. across				D. under  
44. A. ignores 		B. removes 			C. keeps 			D. covers
45. A. excited			B. hurt				C. upset  			D. amused
46. A. added 			B. declared 			C. argued 			D. screamed
47. A. help 			B. love 				C. knife				D. gift
48. A. in case 		B. as if 				C. so that 			D. as long as 
49. A. reminded 		B. tired	 			C. warned 			D. convinced 
50. A. threw away 	B. took up 			C. sorted out 		D. brought up
得  分			评卷人			 
第三部分:阅读理解(共20小题;每小题2.5分,满分50分)

阅读下列短文,从每题所给的A、B、C、D四个选项中,选出最佳选项。 
A
Places to go for Halloween fun in Chengdu
One of the most fun and fulfilling things during the season is to throw a Halloween party and boogie through the night with friends and family. When pumpkins, witch’s hats and spiders make their annual appearance you can tell Halloween is approaching.
Whether it’s a party for children or just one for adults, there are so many great treats, games, music and activities that you can enjoy yourselves in the city.
Dark Mirror-themed Party
With a scary theme — Dark Mirror (黑暗之), Lan Kwai Fong Chengdu this year will host a big Halloween party on October 31st with these elements: Ghost Parade, Haunted House, Costume Contest and so on. Participants could enjoy live music show, dance and play “trick or treat” games in the public outdoor area. 
Venue:Lan Kwai Fong Chengdu, 1 Shuijing Street 
The Chengdu Happy Valley Amusement Park is to host a Halloween Carnival Party that features magic performances, live rock bands performance and lots of wicked events for participants. The Halloween season in the park will last till November 11 with admission from 80 to 150 yuan.
Venue: 16 Xihua Avenue
Beer Nest Halloween Party
The Beer Nest I and Beer Nest II will be decorated in a haunted(闹鬼的) house style and there will be scary movies playing on the big screens of the Beer Nest II. Entertaining activities, such as food & drink specials, live DJs, cool music and Spooky Kids Workshops, will be held and a professional markup artist from Sweden will be there for those who want to make an impression Halloween night.
Halloween E-sports Night Party
The Halloween E-sports Night to take place on October 31 is one of the highlights of the E-sports Cartoon and Animation Festival to be held in Chengdu Eastern Suburb Memory on October 31-November 1. It will offer relevant activities including cosplay showcases, e-sports competition and live music shows as a platform to communicate with celebrated anime artists and cartoon lovers.
Venue: 4 Mid-section, South Jianshe Road
51. How can we tell Halloween is approaching?
A. People are eating pumpkins.           
B. Witch’s hats are sitting on the head.
C. Spiders are weaving nets at the corner.   
D. Families or friends are getting together.
52. Which party offers special activities for children to enjoy themselves?
A. Beer Nest Halloween Party.           	B. Dark Mirror-themed Party.
C. Halloween Carnival Party.            	D. Halloween E-sports Night Party.
53. What is the common element of the four parties?
A. Cosplay.  			B. Music.   			C. Food.   			D. Magic.
54. What can participants do at Halloween E-sports Night Party?
A. Make cartoon shows.                 	B. Attend E-Game competitions.
C. Learn to arrange cosplay shows.         	D. Exchange ideas with anime artists.
55. What can we infer from the Beer Nest Halloween Party?
A. The party will be held in two places one after another.
B. Scary movies will be played in the public outdoor area.
C. The Sweden artist is expected to bring joy to the party.
D. The party will be decorated in a traditional Chinese way.
B
For most kids, a typical school day includes lessons in math, science, and English language arts. But for Callista Grant, 11, a typical day might also include instruction in American Indian drumming and dancing. She studies the Ojibwe (oh-jib-way) and Lakota languages, too, and enjoys school powwows.
Callista goes to the American Indian Magnet School (AIMS), in Saint Paul, Minnesota. It is open to kids in pre-K to grade 8.
Although other U.S. schools teach American Indian culture, the teachers at AIMS say their school is unique. They connect lessons to American Indian culture. When students learn about plant life cycles in science, they also learn about how Native people used herbs for ceremonies and healing. A language arts class may include a reading about the meaning of jingle dresses. Callista says the focus on American Indian culture helps everyone know that "the culture is still alive."
Callista is Cherokee and Ojibwe. Of the 680 students at AIMS, only one-quarter are American Indian. It is a public school that is open to all kids in the community. All students gain from the school’s focus. "It’s important for everyone to know about the people who were here first and that they still live here today," says teacher Tamara Goggleye. Lessons give all students a chance to explore their heritage.
Callista represents the school at powwows and other events. She is proud to teach others about her history. "An Ojibwe prophecy says that we might lose our culture if we don’t show it to our kids," Callista says. "Kids need to help pass down our culture, or it could go away." AIMS and Callista are working to make sure that won’t happen.
The president of the school AIMS, Mr. Philips says they will go down this road with sincerity and determination, which is thought valuable by experts.
56. In what way are Callista Grant’s school days different from other kids’?
A. She studies math and science.             
B. She draws English paintings.
C. She practices dancing and drumming.       
D. She learns American Indian languages. 
57. What can we infer from the third paragraph?
A. Teachers at AIMS are proud of their school.
B. AIMS don’t teach American Indian culture.
C. Students are mostly interested in language arts.
D. American Indian culture is being neglected by others.
58. What do we know about the school AIMS?
A. It provides free schooling for kids nearby.
B. It focuses on American history development.
C. It helps students to explore their heritage.
D. It proves the existence of American Indians.
59. What does the underlined word “that” in the last paragraph but one refer to?
A. Ojibwe culture’s going away.          	B. Forgetting her own history.
C. Showing her culture to kids.           	D. Passing down her culture.
60. What can we learn from this text?
A. Callista Grant is different from other students.
B. American Indian culture is a popular culture.
C. The school AIMS is doing a worthwhile thing.
D. It takes time for students to love the special culture.
C
Last year, I called emergency services because I found my partner unconscious on the floor. Within minutes, a police car and ambulance arrived, filled with police, doctors and nurses who moved my partner away to the emergency department, where he received the critical care that he needed.
A week later, still marveling at the impact of a handful of strangers, I wrote thank-you notes to those helpful police and doctors and nurses and baked for them. It was a small gesture with a big impact. When I dropped off cakes at the police and fire stations, they thanked me for the gifts. I drove away feeling light and happy, partly because I’d done a good deed, but mostly because I was amazed that there are selfless people who do life-saving work and expect nothing in return. Research has shown that sharing thoughts of gratitude and performing acts of kindness can boost your mood and have other positive effects on your health.
When you feel thankful for things you’ve received or something that’s happened, that’ s gratitude. It’s impossible to feel it in a vacuum; others are always responsible, whether they’re loved ones, strangers or a higher power. “Gratitude is how you relate to others, when you see yourself in connection with things larger than yourself,” Ruch says.
Today, many people don’t stop to appreciate what they have, much less express gratitude. Our instant-gratification lifestyle may be to blame.
“With commercial and social media, everything is speeding the younger generation to make them feel that they are the centre of the universe,” says Tamiko Zablith, founder of the London-based etiquette consulting firm Minding Manners. “If it’s all about them, why thank others?”
Why not thank others? Studies have shown that people who express gratitude increase their happiness levels, lower their blood pressure levels, get better quality sleep, improve their relationships, have a positive impact on their depression levels and are less affected by pain. 
Because gratitude is a fairly new field of study, researchers are still trying to identify its cause-and-effect relationship with various health benefits.
61. The author’s partner was saved largely due to _____________.
A. his good luck                    		B. the rescuers’ joint efforts  
C. the author’s immediate reaction      		D. his receiving good treatment
62. Which of the following sentences has the similar meaning with the underlined sentence?
A. To help others out is a virtue to everyone.
B. Helping others will benefit yourself as well.
C. Casual help will make a big difference to others.
D. Don’t miss doing any good thing however insignificant it is.
63. The first two paragraphs serve as ______________.
A. an introduction to the topic of the text       
B. a description of his partners’ being saved
C. an explanation of the police’s personal values 
D. a way of expressing the author’s gratitude
64. What can we learn from this text?
A. Many people are willing to express their gratitude.
B. The gratitude training should be carried out at an early age. 
C. Saying thank-you can have positive effects on your physical and mental health.
D. Researchers have known the relationship between gratitude and health benefits.
65. Which could be the best title of this text?
A. The power of gratitude          		B. My passion for gratitude 
C. My partner’s rescue             		D. People’s attitude to gratitude  
D
A New study by the British government has discovered the mental well-being of the country’s teenage girls has worsened.
The survey, which included 30,000 14-year-old students in 2005 and 2014, showed 37 percent of girls with psychological stress, up from 34 percent in 2005. British boys’ stress level was actually seen to fall over the same time period, from 17 percent to 15 percent. The report’s authors pointed out the “advent of the social media age” could be a major contributing factor for increasing stress among teenage British girls.
“The adolescent years are a time of rapid physical, cognitive and emotional development,” Pam Ramsden, a lecturer in psychology at the University of Bradford in the United Kingdom, wrote in a recent blog post. “Teenagers interact with people in order to learn how to become competent adults. In the past, they would engage with parents, teachers and other adults in their community as well as extended family members and friends. Now we can also add social media to that list of social and emotional development.”
Throughout adolescence, girls and boys develop characteristics like confidence and self-control. Since teenage brains have not completely developed, teens don’t have the cognitive awareness and impulse control to keep from posting inappropriate content. Furthermore, this content can easily be circulated far and wide with disastrous implications.
Social media can also feed into girls’ insecurities about their appearance, Ramsden said. These sites are often filled with images of people with body type unattainable to the normal person. However, these images and the messages tied to them creep into social standards.
“Social media allows girls to make comparisons among friends as well as celebrities and then provides them with ‘solutions’ such as extreme dieting tips and workouts to reach their goals,” Ramsden said. “Concerns about body image can negatively impact their quality of life preventing them from having healthy relationships and taking up time that could be better spent developing other aspects of their personalities.”
66. How does the survey tell us the negative impact of social media?
A. By making experiments.                	B. By raising a question.
C. By making comparisons               	D. By analyzing causes and effects.
67. According to Pam Ramsden, we can know_______.
A. teenagers hate sharing their thoughts with people around
B. teenagers’ mental health has nothing with social media
C. teenagers will not post improper content on the Internet
D. the ways of teenagers’ interaction with people have changed
68. What is Ramsden’s attitude toward the images with fine body shape?
A. Supportive.		B. Indifferent.		C. Critical.			D. Concerned.
69. According to the last paragraph, it is necessary for teenagers___________.
A. to get rid of the bad effects of social media.   
B. to follow the celebrities’ example
C. to be concerned about their body image      
D. to make comparisons among friends
70. What does this text mainly tell us?
A. The well-being of teenagers in Britain.   
B. The social media’s negative effect on teenagers.
C. The development of teenagers in Britain.
D. How to interact with teenagers in Britain.
天津市部分区2016~2017学年度第一学期期末考试
高三英语笔试
注意事项:  
1.用黑色墨水的钢笔或签字笔将答案写在答题卡上。 
2.本卷共6小题,共35分。 
第三部分:写作第一节:阅读表达(共5小题;每小题2分,满分10分)  

John D. Rockefeller was born in 1839 on a farm near Richford, New York, a small town in the western part of the state. He worked hard both in school and outside school and he also showed the skill and ability to produce new things, especially works of art.
Rockefeller began to look for work when he finished high school at the age of sixteen. Since the age of five, he had worked at odd jobs, such as raising turkeys or working in potato fields. Now he looked for better opportunities.
 At first, Rockefeller worked in an office, where he was successful and where he learned a great deal about business. But he wanted to go into business for himself. So he and a friend formed a partnership to buy and sell grain, hay, and other farm products.
The business was successful, but Rockefeller decided to go into the new oil industry. He formed his own company so that he could make free use of his skill and imagination in business.
The company Rockefeller started became the Standard Oil Company. It took the oil from wells and refined it, that is, changed it into products such as kerosene (煤油) and grease (油脂).
Rockefeller’s business grew until it was worth millions of dollars. Almost everyone who bought oil products had to buy them from the Standard Oil Company. Finally, the government and the courts ordered the Standard Oil Company to be divided up to give other oil companies a chance.
John D. Rockefeller earned a great fortune and he gave away much money. By the time of his death, Rockefeller had created a special fund of money to be used to improve health and education and another fund to improve “the well-being of mankind throughout the world.” During his lifetime, Rockefeller had gained almost one billion dollars; he gave away about half of it. But Rockefeller's personal life was fairly frugal.
71. What kind of boys was Rockefeller when he was young? (No more than 7 words)
72. Why did Rockefeller decide to go into the new oil industry? (No more than 10 words)
73. What policy did the government and the courts give to the Standard Oil Company? (No more than 15 words)
74. What is the meaning of the underlined part in the last Paragraph? (No more than 5 words)
75. How does Rockefeller’s story inspire you to deal with money when you become rich? Put it in your own words. (No more than 20 words)
第二节:书面表达(满分25分)
76.
(3)告诉Mary你打算赛后去看她。
注意:
(1)词数不少于100;
(2)可适当加入细节,使内容充实、行文连贯;
(3)不能使用真实姓名和学校名称。
参考词汇北京大学 University
Dear Mary,
How time flies! ___________________________________________________________
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Yours truly,
                                                                     Li Jin
天津市部分区2016~2017学年度第一学期期末考试
高三英语试卷参考答案
第I卷
第一、二部分(Key to1-55)
1-5 BABCA     6-10 ACBBA     11-15 BCCAA    16-20 DBBDC   21-25 CDAAC  
26-30 ABDCB   31-35 BDCBA    36-40 CDBAC    41-45ADDBB   46-50 ADCAC
51-55 BABDC   56-60 DDCAC    61-65 BCACA    66-70 DDCAB
第II卷
第三部分 
第一节
Some possible answers:
71. He was diligent and creative. / He was hard-working and creative. / A diligent and creative boy. / Both diligent and creative.
72. He wanted to use his skill and imagination in business. / To make free use of his business skill and imagination. / He could make free use of his skill and imagination. / He wanted to use his business skill and imagination freely. / He could adopt freely his skill and imagination in business.
73. The Company should be divided up to give other oil companies a chance. / They ordered the Company to be divided up to give other oil companies a chance. / The Standard Oil Company should give other oil companies a chance for development. / The Company should give other oil companies a chance to sell their oil products.
74. His life was fairly simple. / He lived a simple life. / He led an economical life.  
75. Rockefeller’s story inspires me to give away half of my money to the health and education of mankind. / If I become rich, I will give away most of my money to the education of the poor. / If I earn a good fortune, I will give away half of my fortune to the poor people. / If I have much money, I will use it to improve “the well-being of mankind throughout the world”. / If I am rich, I will use half my money to improve the education of the poor throughout the world. / If I have much money, I will found a fund to improve the health and education of the poor children. / If I earned a great fortune, I will give away it all to those who need money upon my death. / By the time of my death, I will have created a special fund to improve health and education of mankind. / Before my death, I will have created a special fund of money to be used to improve health and education. / Before my death, I will have created a special fund to improve the well-being of mankind throughout the world.
第二节
76. Dear Mary,
How time flies! You have been studying in Beijing University for nearly a month, during which you must have achieved a lot. Well, how is everything going?
    I am glad to tell you that I will attend the English speech contest to be held in Beijing next month, which is absolutely a great opportunity for me to improve myself. And now I am trying my best to make preparations for it. However, I have some difficulty in collecting relevant information and putting what I have learned into practice, which bothers me a lot. In addition, the most difficult thing is that I have no idea how I can attract the audience’s attention. I would appreciate it if you could do me a favor.
   Looking forward to your reply. By the way, after the contest, I am to drop in at your university to visit you.
                                                                   Yours truly,
                                                                    Li Jin
附:听力材料
Text 1 
M: Say, how would you like to be a dress designer?W: It's my dream.
Text 2
M: Pamela, can you come to a meeting on Friday?
W: I'm not sure.  What time are you having it?
M: We're planning on having it around noon.
Text 3
M: What a beautiful skirt! 
W: Do you think it looks good on me? 
M: Yes, and it goes beautifully with your shoes. 
Text 4 
W: Can I help you?M: Mm, I just need something about business news. Can you recommend some?W: The Times is a must.M: Thank you. I'll have one.
Text 5 
W: I feel pity for the old man.
M: I feel the same way.
W: It must be terrible to grow old.
M: It sure is. He has no one to turn to, very terrible indeed.
Text 6 
M: Come in, please. Oh, Mary, come over and sit here. Your annual report is well done. I heard that you did it within just two days.
W: Yeah. But I've received a lot of help from my colleagues.
M: I know you're a capable person. The others couldn't have helped you much. They had their own work to do.
W: Thank you for saying that. But I don't always do a good job. I've been thinking that you must still be upset with me for the wrong figures I gave you the day before yesterday.
M: Take it easy. Everyone makes mistakes. However, be more careful next time. You have a bright future ahead of you.
W: Thank you so much for your encouragement, Mr. Chandler. I will do my best.
Text 7 
M: Where to, Miss? 
W: Diamond Hotel on Beach Street. How much do you think the fare will be? 
M: Well, about three dollars. I can't tell exactly, but whatever it is, it’ll show on the meter. 
W: I took a taxi yesterday from the train station to Diamond Hotel, and the driver charged me six dollars. 
M: I wouldn't say that, miss. Any taxi driver would lose his license if he got caught doing a thing like that. 
W: I didn't know that. 
M: Now you know. Are you new in this city? 
W: Yes. I'll probably stay here for two weeks. 
M: In that case, you can try to call a taxi company to send you a taxi next time when you need one. That'll certainly make you feel safer.... Here you are, Diamond Hotel. 
W: Thank you for the advice. How much is it? 
M: Two dollars and ninety-eight cents. 
W: Here is three dollars. Keep the change please. 
Text 8 
M: Last year, I took up the hobby of birding or bird watching after my friend took me out to observe some birds out near the lake. Basically, birding involves observing birds in their natural habitat. Actually, you don't need to leave your backyard to observe many birds. The best seasons to watch birds are in the spring and fall as they migrate from north to south in many areas. I usually go out with my telescope and a guidebook in the mornings because most birds are very active in finding food at that time. You also have to know where to look to see them and how to recognize their bird calls. Because I'm new to birding, I use my bird guidebook to look up certain kinds of birds. You have to look carefully at their feathers, the way they behave and move, and their size to recognize many birds because some look very similar. Also, take note of the time of year you see birds because this information might tell you more about their breeding area and migration routes. Besides looking at birds, I like the activity because it gives me a chance to exercise as I travel to different places, and it allows me to relax my mind in the great outdoors.



天津市部分区2016~2017学年度第一学期期末考试
高三英语
第I卷
第一、二部分 to1-55)
1-5 BABCA     6-10 ACBBA     11-15 BCCAA    16-20 DBBDC   21-25 CDAAC  
26-30 ABDCB   31-35 BDCBA    36-40 CDBAC    41-45ADDBB   46-50 ADCAC
51-55 BABDC   56-60 DDCAC    61-65 BCACA    66-70 DDCAB
第II卷
第三部分 
第一节
 possible answers:
71. He was diligent and creative. / He was hard-working and creative. / A diligent and creative boy. / Both diligent and creative.
72. He wanted to use his skill and imagination in business. / To make free use of his business skill and imagination. / He could make free use of his skill and imagination. / He wanted to use his business skill and imagination freely. / He could adopt freely his skill and imagination in business.
73. The Company should be divided up to give other oil companies a chance. / They ordered the Company to be divided up to give other oil companies a chance. / The Standard Oil Company should give other oil companies a chance for development. / The Company should give other oil companies a chance to sell their oil products.
74. His life was fairly simple. / He lived a simple life. / He led an economical life.  
75. Rockefeller’s story inspires me to give away half of my money to the health and education of mankind. / If I become rich, I will give away most of my money to the education of the poor. / If I earn a good fortune, I will give away half of my fortune to the poor people. / If I have much money, I will use it to improve “the well-being of mankind throughout the world”. / If I am rich, I will use half my money to improve the education of the poor throughout the world. / If I have much money, I will found a fund to improve the health and education of the poor children. / If I earned a great fortune, I will give away it all to those who need money upon my death. / By the time of my death, I will have created a special fund to improve health and education of mankind. / Before my death, I will have created a special fund of money to be used to improve health and education. / Before my death, I will have created a special fund to improve the well-being of mankind throughout the world.
第二节
76. I am trying my best to make preparations for it. However, I have some difficulty in collecting relevant information and putting what I have learned into practice, which bothers me a lot. In addition, the most difficult thing is that I have no idea how I can attract the audience’s attention. I would appreciate it if you could do me a favor.
   Looking forward to your reply. By the way, after the contest, I am to drop in at your university to visit you.
                                                                   Yours truly,
                                                                    Li Jin
附:听力材料
M: Say, how would you like to be a dress designer?W: It's my dream.
Text 2
M: Pamela, can you come to a meeting on Friday?
W: I'm not sure.  What time are you having it?
M: We're planning on having it around noon.
Text 3
M: What a beautiful skirt! 
W: Do you think it looks good on me? 
M: Yes, and it goes beautifully with your shoes. 
Text 4 
W: Can I help you?M: Mm, I just need something about business news. Can you recommend some?W: The Times is a must.M: Thank you. I'll have one.
Text 5 
W: I feel pity for the old man.
M: I feel the same way.
W: It must be terrible to grow old.
M: It sure is. He has no one to turn to, very terrible indeed.
Text 6 
M: Come in, please. Oh, Mary, come over and sit here. Your annual report is well done. I heard that you did it within just two days.
W: Yeah. But I've received a lot of help from my colleagues.
M: I know you're a capable person. The others couldn't have helped you much. They had their own work to do.
W: Thank you for saying that. But I don't always do a good job. I've been thinking that you must still be upset with me for the wrong figures I gave you the day before yesterday.
M: Take it easy. Everyone makes mistakes. However, be more careful next time. You have a bright future ahead of you.
W: Thank you so much for your encouragement, Mr. Chandler. I will do my best.
Text 7 
M: Where to, Miss? 
W: Diamond Hotel on Beach Street. How much do you think the fare will be? 
M: Well, about three dollars. I can't tell exactly, but whatever it is, it’ll show on the meter. 
W: I took a taxi yesterday from the train station to Diamond Hotel, and the driver charged me six dollars. 
M: I wouldn't say that, miss. Any taxi driver would lose his license if he got caught doing a thing like that. 
W: I didn't know that. 
M: Now you know. Are you new in this city? 
W: Yes. I'll probably stay here for two weeks. 
M: In that case, you can try to call a taxi company to send you a taxi next time when you need one. That'll certainly make you feel safer.... Here you are, Diamond Hotel. 
W: Thank you for the advice. How much is it? 
M: Two dollars and ninety-eight cents. 
W: Here is three dollars. Keep the change please. 
Text 8 
M: Last year, I took up the hobby of birding or bird watching after my friend took me out to observe some birds out near the lake. Basically, birding involves observing birds in their natural habitat. Actually, you don't need to leave your backyard to observe many birds. The best seasons to watch birds are in the spring and fall as they migrate from north to south in many areas. I usually go out with my telescope and a guidebook in the mornings because most birds are very active in finding food at that time. You also have to know where to look to see them and how to recognize their bird calls. Because I'm new to birding, I use my bird guidebook to look up certain kinds of birds. You have to look carefully at their feathers, the way they behave and move, and their size to recognize many birds because some look very similar. Also, take note of the time of year you see birds because this information might tell you more about their breeding area and migration routes. Besides looking at birds, I like the activity because it gives me a chance to exercise as I travel to different places, and it allows me to relax my mind in the great outdoors.














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