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        樟树中学2018届高三年级下学期第二次周练
                                  英语试卷
           考试范围:高考范围                考试时间:2018.3.19    
           命 题 人:张  喆                  审 题 人:殷爱林
第一节 阅读理解
                                         A
                           Give it a Go! One-Off Volunteering
    Our One-Off programme allows you to take part in volunteering activities with no regular 
commitment such as dog walking, helping your local community and so on. 
    Transport is provided from campus when activities can’t be reached by public transport or on foot 
from campus. 
Canley Pop Up Cafe: Chinese New Year Special!
Date: Saturday 17 February 2018
Time: 10:30-15:30
Help run fun games and activities for Canley citizens. 
Canley Pop Up Cafes aim to initiate community interaction and raise awareness of cultural diversity and 
difference as being positive by creating spaces that encourage neighbours to meet, talk, share talents, 
histories and knowledge. 
Dogs Trust Volunteer Day
Date: Friday 23 February 20 18
Time: 09:55- 16:00
Join us for a day with the Dogs Trust. Help exercise the dogs, prepare food and clean the dog shelter. 
Transport and lunch will be provided by Warwick Volunteers. 
Kings Hill Nursery
Date: Wednesday 16 May 2018
Time: 09:05- 13:15
Kings Hill Nurseries provide placements, training, work experience and jobs for people with learning 
disabilities. Volunteers will help support adults with disabilities with gardening tasks. No previous 
experience required.
Transport from campus provided. 
Friends of Canley Green Spaces—Woodland Path Clearance
Date: Saturday 10 March 20 18
Time: 10:30-13:30
Help clean a woodland pathway by removing a mass of dead wood from low lying tree branches. By 
cutting away the wood, walking along the path will be much easier. A more attractive pathway will also 
encourage people to explore Park Wood, one of Canley’s ancient bluebell woodlands. 
Please wear suitable outdoor clothing and strong shoes or boots that you don’t mind getting a little 
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muddy. 
1. What is the purpose of Canley Pop Up Cafes?
  A. To provide jobs for volunteers.   B. To improve the neighbourhood. 
  C. To ask for help from neighbours.  D. To encourage neighbours to consume. 
2. Which activity lasts longest?
  A. Kings Hill Nursery.               B. Canley Pop Up Cafe. 
  C. Dogs Trust Volunteer Day.         D. Friends of Canley Green Spaces. 
3. What is the main task in the last activity?
  A. Planting trees. B. Widening the path.   C. Guiding the tourists.   D. Clearing the path. 
                                         B
    Recently the sewer line (污水管道) under our house didn’t work. My first response was to call a 
repairman. I made the call, expecting the man at the other end of the line to complain about such an awful 
job. Instead, he simply asked, “The address?”
    An hour later Steve arrived in his truck. He looked exactly as I had imagined he might: broad and 
bearlike, in well-worn clothing. “Can you fix it?”I asked with a mixture of doubt and hope. Steve looked 
at me as if responding to my lack of faith. With a cheerful shrug that suggested my crisis was all in a 
day’s work for him, he said, “Sure.”
    After a short while, Steve told me that he had to get a tool and tear up the street to the main sewer 
line. He would first have to get permission from the town. I registered appropriate panic. “How long will 
all this take?”Again, a shrug. “I should have it done by evening.”
    I did not want to watch the digging of my property unfold and went into town to visit some fiends. I 
felt somewhat guilty upon driving off in my clean vehicle, leaving Steve to such a disagreeable task. 
Finally, when I went home, a sweeter sight I never saw; a period of newly paved street and all was tidy 
and relatively dry. 
    I need to say, in my own defense, that I am not a weak father of two children. I’ve traveled all over 
the world, served in the United States Navy and earned a PhD. But the broken sewer line was my limit. 
Then I thought about Steve. Big, rough, and how people might judge him, if not for his appearance then 
for his work. And I was taken by the very idea that, no matter what crisis occurs, there is somebody, 
somewhere, who has the appropriate tools and settles it. 
4. What do we know about Steve?
  A. He wears neat and new clothes. B. He is quite confident of his skills. 
  C. He always complains about his job. D. He hesitates to accept the repair work. 
5. What did Steve think of the author’s crisis?
  A. It’s a great challenge.       B. It’s beyond his ability. 
  C. It’s a part of his routine.   D. It’s none of his business. 
6. Why did the author leave home during the repairs?
  A. He liked to take his time riding outside.   B. He drove to turn to his friends for help. 
  C. He was afraid of being looked down upon. D. He was unwilling to face the embarrassing situation. 
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7. What can be inferred from the text?
  A. Action speaks louder than words.  B. God helps those who help themselves. 
  C. Every profession produces its top experts. D. Hope for the best, but prepare for the worst. 
                                         C
    The health of millions could be at risk because supplies of medicinal plants are being used up. These 
plants are used to make traditional medicine, including drugs to fight cancer. “The loss of medicinal 
plants is a quiet disaster,” says Sara Oldfield, secretary general of the NGO Botanic Gardens 
Conservation International.
    Most people worldwide rely on herbal (药草制的) medicines which are got mostly from wild plants. 
But some 15,000 of the 50,000 medicinal species are under threat of dying out, according to report from 
the international conservation group Plantlife. Shortages have been reported in China, India, Kenya, 
Nepal, Tanzania and Uganda.
    Over-harvesting does the most harm, though pollution and competition from invasive species 
(入侵物种) and habitat destruction all contribute. “Businessmen generally harvest medicinal plants, not 
caring about sustainability (可持续性),” the Plantlife report says, “damage is serious partly because they 
have no idea about it, but it is mainly because such collection is unorganized.” Medicinal trees at risk 
include the Himalayan yew (紫衫) and the African cherry, which are used to treat some cancers.
    The solution, says the report’s author, Alan Hamilton, is to encourage local people to protect these 
plants. Ten projects studied by Plantlife in India, Pakistan, China, Nepal, Uganda and Kenya showed this 
method can succeed. In Uganda, the project has kept a sustainable supply of low-cost cancer treatments, 
and in China a public-run medicinal plant project has been created for the first time.”
    “Improving health, earning an income and keeping cultural traditions are important in encouraging 
people to protect medicinal plants,” says Hamilton, “You have to pay attention to what people are 
interested in.”
    Ghillean Prance, the former director of the Royal Botanic Gardens at Kew in London, agrees that 
medicinal plants are in need of protection. “Not nearly enough is being done,” he told New Scientist. “We 
are destroying the very plants that are of most use to us.”
8. From the first two paragraphs, we can learn that       .
  A. millions of people are threatened with-cancer
  B. most countries see a shortage of herbal medicines
  C. about two thirds of medicinal species will disappear
  D. a number of medicinal species are in danger of extinction
9. What can be inferred from the passage?
  A. Protecting medicinal plants has a long way to go.
  B. Ghillean Prance is optimistic about medicinal plants’ future.
  C. Local people don’t know how to protect medicinal plants.
  D. China has made great progress in protecting medicinal plants.
10. Which of the following is the best title of the passage?
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  A. Low-cost Cancer Treatment         B. The Importance of Sustainability
  C. Medicinal Plants on Verge of Extinction D. Sustainable Development of the Environment 
第二节 七选五 (共5 小题; 每小题2 分,满分10分)
    Mobile phones are one of the most useful inventions of the last 50 years, but not everything that is 
said about them is good. Mobiles are frequently blamed for a number of things, from thumb injuries and 
headaches to house fires. _______11______.
    The theory is that the bees navigation (导航)systems are damaged by the radiation that is given off 
by mobile phones. Bees have a built-in system a bit like GPS and this helps them find their way back to 
their hive. But recently, thousands of bees have failed to find their way home. ____12______.
    The problem was first noticed by beekeepers in America and is a lot more complicated than it at first 
seems. The important thing about bees is that most of the crops in many countries of the world are 
pollinated (授粉)by them. ___13_____ Many beekeepers in America and Europe have reported losing 
between 50 and 70 percent of their bees. Jim Piper, a London beekeeper, was recently asked how the 
problem was affecting him. “My business has been ruined by this, ”he explained, “twenty-nine of my 
forty hives are now empty.”
    ___14______ However. the fact that bees are disappearing in very large numbers is real. And we 
can’t manage without them. Einstein said that if all our bees disappeared, man would only live for four 
more years! _____15______ If the mobile phone theory is correct, we need to do something about it 
immediately—before it’s too late. 
A. Bees are losing their way. 
B. Nobody has proved the theory is true. 
C. More evidence is provided to support the theory. 
D. It is believed they are dying far from their hives. 
E. Without bees, the crops can’t continue to grow. 
F. The situation needs to be evaluated by the world’s best scientists. 
G. One theory even blames mobile phones for the disappearance of bees. 
第三节 完型填空 (共20小题; 每小题2分,满分40分)
    This past summer I went on a journey to Canada’s Arctic with Students On Ice. When I left Calgary 
I 16 what I would find, what I would learn and who I would meet. On the trip to Ottawa I was wrapped 17 
a blanket of uncertainty and 18. 
    But when I first met the group of students, scientists and leaders, I knew that I didn’t have 19 to 
worry about. The group was amazingly receptive and I was soon part of a big family 20 on an amazing 
adventure—an adventure of a lifetime!
    When we reached the 21 I was surprised by its great size and beauty and my senses were repeatedly 
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22 and amazed. 
    I stood on the Kapitan Khlebnikov and 23 twelve Polar bears. They walked in 24 of seal holes, and 
25 waited for a meal. 
    I learned that polar bears are 26 only one out of every twenty hunting attempts. I saw a vast land that 
appeared untouched and original. 
    27 , I learned that the Arctic and its people are being threatened by pollution and global warming. I 
learned that pollutants are 28 by ocean and air and have a bad 29 on all Arctic inhabitants. I learned that 
global warming has put Polar bears at 30 because a warmer climate means that they have a 31 time to 
hunt seals on the ice. 
    The trip was a 32 for the senses. I have learned more about our environment, and particularly how 
alive and interesting the Arctic is and 33 it is so important to take care of it. I learned pollution, ignorance 
of individual and global problems need to be 34. The Arctic deserves to be preserved. My trip with 
Students On Ice has made me more determined to try to ensure that I do not leave 35 footprints on either 
Earth or its people. 
16. A. remembered      B. felt                 C. doubted             D. wondered
17. A. in              B. with                 C. up                  D. on
18. A. worry           B. excitement           C. sorrow              D. sympathy
19. A. nothing         B. everything           C. anything            D. something
20. A. setting out     B. looking down         C. getting along         D.breaking away
21. A. Calgary         B. Arctic               C. Ottawa              D. Kapitan
22. A. frozen          B. awoken               C. shocked             D. destroyed
23. A. counted         B. seized               C. shot                D. saw
24. A. search          B. sight                C. direction           D. fear
25. A. happily         B. firmly               C. constantly          D. patiently
26. A. clever          B. successful           C. alive               D. crazy
27. A. Therefore       B. Besides              C. However             D. Anyhow
28. A. blown           B. flowed               C. carried             D. produced
29. A. effect          B. result               C. habit               D. service
30. A. war             B. peace                C. work                D. risk
31. A. fewer           B. shorter              C. better              D. harder
32. A. challenge       B. feast                C. test                D. comfort
33. A. how             B. when                 C. why                 D. where
34. A. solved          B. shown                C. mentioned           D. understood
35. A. clear           B. solid                C. steady              D. harmful
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第二节(共10 小题; 每小题1. 5 分,满分15分)
    阅读下面短文,在空白处填入1个适当的单词或括号内单词的正确形式。
    British Prime Minister Theresa May made an 36___________(office) visit to China from Jan 31to 
Feb 2. She said in her 37_________ (speak) Jan 31 that, “with the building of the global comprehensive 
strategic partnership towards the 21st century between China and the UK, the relationship has 
38_____________(deep) by people-to-people and cultural exchanges between the two countries. ”
    In exchanges between China and the UK, British tea has become a cultural part that has to be 
mentioned. Tea, 39________ the important goods of the ancient maritime Silk Road, was once an 
important carrier of Sino-British trade relations, and has existed for thousands of years. Through business 
and trade 40____________ has covered more than 10,000 kilometers and 100 years, Chinese tea has 
officially entered every corner of Europe. The UK, however, is the European country most 
41____________ (affect) by tea culture. 
    The popularity of tea-drinking in Britain was first limited to the royal family. Later, when expensive 
42_________ (tea) were sold in certain cafes, women were initially not allowed to enter. It wasn’t 
43__________ 1706 that Thomas Twining founded the world’s first dry tea and coffee shop in London. 
The tea shop quickly became a favorite place for London women. 44__________ (Strong) promoted by 
those fashionable women, 45___________ (taste) tea gradually became popular among the upper class of 
Britain. In the eyes of people who love tea culture all over the world, Twinings tea has become 
representative of British tea. 
第一节: 短文改错(共10小题; 每小题1分,满分10分)
    This afternoon, our class invited an old craftsman teach us about Chinese papercut art. 
    On arriving at our classroom, he was given a warmly welcome. First of all, he told us that Chinese 
papercut is a traditional art form or it’s a kind of folk culture with the long history. Then, he showed us 
that the basic steps and skills of papercut. We all listened and watched attentive. After that, we began to 
create their own works. The old craftsman walked around us, guiding us patiently. Finally, he praised the 
students who do well. Admiring our works, we were all very exciting. We learned a lot from this activity. 
I hope we can have more activity of this kind in the future. 
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    答案
    1-3 BCD 4-7 BCDC  8-10DAC 11-15 GDEBF
16-20 DABCA 21-25 BCDAD 26-30 BCCAD 31-35 BBCAD
36.official  37. speech   38. deepened/been deepened   39. as   40. that/which   
41. affected  42. teas  43. until   44. Strongly   45. tasting
第一节 短文改错(共10 小题; 每小题1分,满分10分)
第一句: teach前加to
第二句: warmly→warm
第三句: or→and; the→a
第四句: 删除that
第五句: attentive→attentively
第六句: their→our
第八句: do→did
第九句: exciting→excited
第十一句: activity→activities
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