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2016年初三毕业升学冲刺考试英语试题

北京市丰台区2016年初三毕业升学冲刺考试

英语试卷2016.5

听力理解(共30分)

一、听对话,从下面各题所给的A、B、C三幅图片中选择与对话内容相符的图片。每段对话你将听两遍。(共5分,每小题1分)

2016年初三毕业升学冲刺考试英语试题

2016年初三毕业升学冲刺考试英语试题

二、听对话或独白,根据对话或独白的内容,从下面各题所给的A、B、C三个选项中选择最佳选项。每段对话或独白你将听两遍。(共15分,每小题1.5分)

请听一段对话,完成第6至第7小题。

6. Where are they talking?

A. In the classroom.

B.On the playground.

C. At the doctor’s.

7. What should the man do?

A. Do more exercises.

B. Take themedicine.

C. Eat more vegetables.

请听一段对话,完成第8至第9小题。

8. Which place does Marylike best on holiday?

A. New York.

B.Washington.

C. Boston.

9. How did Maryget there?

A. By ship.

B.By train.

C. By plane.

请听一段对话,完成第10至第11小题。

10. What does the woman think of Sherlock Holmes?

A. He is interesting.

B. He is smart.

C. He is helpful.

11. What does the man prefer doing?

A. Writing books.

B. Reading books.

C. Watching movies.

请听一段对话,完成第12至第13小题。

12. What should Jane do at first according to the man?

A. Ride a bike.

B. Recycle paper.

C. Turn off the lights.

13. What are they mainly talking about?

A. How to save the earth.

B. How to save money.

C. How to save water.

请听一段独白,完成第14至第15小题。

14. What can we learn aboutthe speaker?

A. Hisfriends taught him manythings in Chinese.

B. Histeachers supported him on his interests.

C. Hisparents encouraged him to studyhard.

15. Why does the speaker give the speech?

A. To give three roses tothree people.

B. To thank friends, parents and teachers.

C. To wish everyone success in the future.

三、听对话,记录关键信息。本段对话你将听两遍。(共10分,每小题2分)

请根据所听到的对话内容和提示词语,将所缺的关键信息填写在答题卡的相应位置上。

2016年初三毕业升学冲刺考试英语试题

知识运用(共25分)

四、单项填空(共10分,每小题1分)

从下面各题所给的A、B、C、D四个选项中,选择可以填入空白处的最佳选项。

21. Miss Green is my favorite teacher. _____ is kind and outgoing.

A. He

B. His

C. She

D. Her

22. We usually haveSportsClubafter school _____ Mondays.

A. in

B. at

C. of

D. on

23. Hurry up, _____we will miss the school bus.

A. but

B. or

C. and

D. so

24. — ____ do you go to the library?

— Once a week.

A. How often

B. How far

C. How much

D. How long

25. The air in these months is much than the airlast winter.

A. good

B. well

C. better

D. the best

26. — Linda, ______ you make a model plane?

—Yes, Ican.

A.may B.can C.need D.must

27. Be quiet!The students____ a restin the classroom now.

A. have

B. havehad

C. had

D. are having

28. We in our middle school for about 3 years.

A. study

B. studied

C. has studied

D. will study

29. Spoken English test for students ______ in 2018.

A. hold

B. holds

C. were held

D. will be held

30. —Can you tell me ______?

—Last month.

A. when theycame

B. when did theycome

C. whentheywill come

D. when will theycome

五、完形填空(共15分,每小题1.5分)

阅读下面的短文,掌握其大意,然后从短文后各题所给的A、B、C、D四个选项中,选择最佳选项。

An Honestly Fun Camp

Billcouldn’t wait for September when school would start. It was early August, and he was at the same summer ___31___.He hasbeen therefive times. When his dad was aboy,he

2016年初三毕业升学冲刺考试英语试题

went to the same camp and loved it.Bill didn’t ___32___it at all. But he

didn’t want todisappoint his dad by telling himabout that.

By the middle of August, Bill really wantedto___33___. He had

enough of the horses, enough of the baseball games and enough of the bad

camp food. He wrote to his mom and askedher if she would ___34___him

up early, but he didn’t want his mom to tell his dad. She wrote back in a letter which said, “I can’t do that. I am alwayshonest with your dad. If you really want to leave, I will talk to him about it.”

Bill was still too ___35___about disappointing his dad, so he wrote back to his mom that he would

___36___for the last two weeks and try to make the best of it. He asked his mom if she would make his favorite meal when he got home.

During that last week, Bill was looking forward to the meal his mom would be making. Every time,he ate a camp meal he___37___he was eating his mom’s cooking. All of a sudden, the food didn’t taste as badas before.

Bill decided to be honest with his camp coach. He told the coachthat he wasn’t ___38___with the horse he had been givenand he wanted to change. The coachasked Bill which horse he might feel betterriding. Bill was thengivento another horse for the last week, and he started to like horseback riding.

Bill never liked playing ___39___becaus e he didn’t like playing 1st base. He told the coach, and the coachaskedhim to play catcher. Bill started to actually likeit.

When Bill’s parents came to pick him up from camp, he said to them in allhonesty, “This

was the best summer at camp ever. Because I tried to express myself ___40___so that others can understand me better. I enjoyed it a lot.”

31. A.camp B.house C.holiday D.school

32. A.visit B. hear C.like D. mind

33. A.study B.leave C.walk D. run

34. A. put B. warm C. make D. pick

35. A.surprised B.angry C.worried D. sad

36. A. work B.stay C.call D. live

37.A. noticed B.accepted C.realized D.imagined

38.A. comfortable B. friendly C. patient D.popular

39.A.games B.baseball C.horses D. chess

40. A. honestly B.proudly C.happily D. seriously

阅读理解(共50分)

六、阅读下列短文,根据短文内容,从短文后各题所给的A、B、C、D四个选项中,选择最佳选项。(共30分,每小题2分)

2016年初三毕业升学冲刺考试英语试题

2016年初三毕业升学冲刺考试英语试题

41. On special days,Chang-Yong wears ________.

A. a silk jacket

B. a T- shirt

C. a dress

D. a coat

42. Johnis from _________.

A. Korea

B. Australia

C. Tanzania

D. Canada

43. Most of people in Tanzanialivein _________.

A. apartment

B. the country

C. wooden huts

D. the NorthPole

44. The weather in northern Canada is _________.

A. warm

B. hot

C. cool

D. cold

B

Blue Ribbons ofHonor

2016年初三毕业升学冲刺考试英语试题

A teacher in New York decided to honor her studentsby telling them

the difference they each made. First she thanked to each of them how they

made a difference to her and the class. Then she gave each student three

blue ribbons with gold letters reading,“Who I Am Makes a Difference.” The

students went out to find somebody to honor. The person would keepa ribbon

and give the extra ones to a third person to keep it going.

One boy went to a manager in a nearby company and honored him for helping him with his career planning. Later that day the manager went in to see his boss. He told him that he deeply admired him for being a creativetalent. He gave the surprised boss the last extra ribbon and asked him to find somebody else to honor.

That night the boss went home to his 14-year-old son. He told the boy what had happened and said,“I want to honor you, son. My days are really busy andwhen I come home I don’t pay a lot of attention to you. Sometimes I shout at you for not getting good enough grades in school and for your bedroom being a mess, but somehow tonight, I just want to let you know that you do make a difference to me. Besides your mother, you are the most important person in my life. You’re a great kid and I love you!”

Hearing this, the boy started to cry and couldn’t stop. He looked up at his father and said through his tears,“I was planning on leaving home tomorrow, Dad, because I didn’t think you loved me. Now I don’t need to.”

45.What did the teacher give to the students to honor them?

A. Career planning.

B. Blue ribbons.

C. Special prizes.

D. Goldmedals.

46.How did the boss feel about what the manager said and did?

A. He was sad.

B.He was angry.

C.He was pleased.

D.Hewas surprised.

47.Before the bosstalked to his son, the boywas planning to______.

A. leave his home

B. pay attention to his father

C. clean his room

D. get goodgrades in school

48.From the story, we give others blue ribbonsfor________.

A. showing theirsuccessin career

B. givingthem ourkindness in return

C. admiring theircreativity and talent

D. honoring the differencestheymade

C

Travel Far, but Think Local

Author Elizabeth Becker says we havea responsibility to respect the places we visit. Some basic rules still hold, such as not travelling at busy times and taking fewer trips but making them longer. The best and easiest way to be a responsible traveler is to use common sense and go local.

Respecttraditions. Read about the culture and traditions of the places you visit. Understand the local cultureand customs to avoid making any mistakesor upsetting the localpeople. For

example, dress properlywhen you visit temples and don’t eat or talk loudly in

2016年初三毕业升学冲刺考试英语试题

religious(宗教的)sites. It’s also important to respect the local environment. If you

visit a beach, leave seashells where you find them and try not to catch fish while

swimming.

Learn the language.Nobody expects you to become fluent, but try to learn

some basic phrases such as “please” and “thank you”. You’ll be amazed

at how much nicer and more helpful people will be if they know you’re making an effort toget involved with their culture.

Spend local.Stay away from international hotels and restaurants run by foreigners. By using local guides, buying local products and staying in family run hotels, you’re not only givingback to the community, but you also get a real sense of the country you’re staying in and the people who live there.

Bargain fairly.Always be polite when you try to get a lower price. Sometimes goods at a local market can seem overpriced. Nobody likes to be cheated and it may be fun to bargain, but remember that for the local people bargaining it may not be a game. For some of them, their business is their only source of income. So try not to be too rudewhen bargaining.

Don’t litter. In some countries, getting rid of waste is a big problem, so don’t throw rubbish on the ground. Doing so is harmful to the environmentandunpleasant for others. Hold on to your rubbish until you find a bin.

Savewater.Even in some of the most developed countries, water shortages are a reality. Tourists who take 10-minute showers and leave the taps running aren’t making things any better.

49. From thepassage,to understand the local culture better, we should ________.

A. respect traditions

B. bargain fairly

C. save water

D. notlitter

50. To help the local people, we’d better________.

A. spendin international hotels and restaurants

B.have a bargaining game with local people

C. keep the rubbish and throw it inthe bin

D. have some local food in religious sites

51. What’s the purpose of the passage?

A. To advise us to be polite to the local people.

B. To introduce the way to learn the language.

C. To tell us how to be a responsible traveler.

D. To helpthe people of your travel place.

D

Go to your local public library, and you will find an unusual activity is appearing more and more: Practicing reading with trained dogs. How would you feel about taking time once a week to read aloud to a dog?

Each dog in a reading program experiencea special training session. The trainers also receive training; they learn how to interact(互动)with the students and the dogs. Each program has high standards. There have been many studies of the interactions between humans and dogs that show dogs lower people’s blood pressure and heart rate. People become more relaxed and calm and will completely forget what they are

scared of when they have a dog nearby.

Unlike at school, where students sit at desks or tables, students

2016年初三毕业升学冲刺考试英语试题

and dogs sit together on special reading mats. Some students lie next

to the dogs. Each student reads to one dog, so there is a quiet din

of voices in the room. The dog has been taught a command to pay

attention to the reader. So when the trainer sayssomething to the dog,

itfocuses on the studentat once. But sometimes, the students read the

dogs to sleep!

The dog’s trainer is also present. He or she watches the dog carefully to make sure that

the dog behaves. Sometimes, the trainer gives the dog a break when the dog becomes restless.

While the trainer doesn’t help with the reading, the trainer talks to the student about the dogandexplains how to take care of pets and how to be safe around animals.

Students who read to dogs show the benefits of this interaction. They are calmer and

can avoid worrying about getting all the words correct. The dog just wants to hear the story.

As students learn more about the dogs they read to, they also learn that they have gained

a new friend.

Not only do students change their reading habitswith the dogs during the program, but

they also change their school habits. Their reading skills increase by twelve to twenty

percent. They start raising theirhands and answering questions more often. They pay more

attention in class. Some students start arriving at school earlier and are absent less often. Dogs are not just for playing fetch with anymore. Now they can help people become better

readers. Next time you visit your local library, be on the lookout for four-legged creatures

(生物) who want to hear a good story.

52. The underlined word “command” in Paragraph 3 probably means “_________”.

A. lesson

B. order

C. language

D. rule

53. From the passage, we can learn that this activity can __________.

A. help students be more helpful and clever

B. help increase reading speed by 8 percent

C. make the trained dogs fall asleepquickly

D. make students be more active in school

54. The writer wants to tell us that _________.

A. the students can benefit from reading with dogs

B. the dogscan betrained to understand the story

C. the students can be taught to train dogs well

D. the trainers help students to read correctly

55. What is probably the best title for this passage?

A. Why do we need dogs?

B. Where can we read books?

C. Who can help us read books?

D. How do we change the habits?

七、阅读短文,根据短文内容,从短文后的五个选项中选出能填入空白处的最佳选项。每个

选项只能用一次。(共10分,每小题2分)

Music for the Clouds

2016年初三毕业升学冲刺考试英语试题

Once upon a time, there was a country. It didn’t rain for a long time. The