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高考英語模擬試題之三

來源:網絡 文章作者:匿名 2009-11-12 17:02:39

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第一部分:聽力(共兩節,滿分30分)第一節(共5小題;每小題1.5分,滿分7.5分)聽下面5段對話。每段對話后有一個小題,從題中所給的A、B、C三個選項中選出最佳選項,并標在試卷的相應位置。聽完每段對話后,你都有10秒鐘的時間

第一部分:聽力(共兩節,滿分30)

第一節(5小題;每小題1.5,滿分7.5)

聽下面5段對話。每段對話后有一個小題,從題中所給的A、B、C三個選項中選出最佳

選項,并標在試卷的相應位置。聽完每段對話后,你都有10秒鐘的時間來回答有關小題和

閱讀下一小題。每段對話僅讀一遍。

1.What does the woman say about her grandfather?

A.He is dead.  B.He often feels tired.    C.He is too sick to tell stories.

2.What time does the second movie start?

A.9:45.    B.10:00   C.10:15.

3.Where does the man live?

A.In New York.      B.In Washington.    C.In Boston.

4.What are they going to buy?

A.Bread.  B.Cheese.       C.Eggs.

5.What does the man really mean?

A.She has little interest in computer.

B.She is not good at computer.

C.Computer is really difficult to learn.

第二節(15小題;每小題1.5,滿分22.5)

聽下面5段對話或獨白。每段對話和讀白后有幾個小題,從題中所給的A、B、C三個選

項中選出最佳選項,并標在試卷的相應位置。聽每段對話或獨白前,你將有時間閱讀各個小

,每小題5秒鐘;聽完后,各小題將給出5秒鐘的作答時間。每段對話或獨白讀兩遍。

聽第6段材料,回答第68題。

6.How long will it take them to get to Oldfield by car?

A.About a day.       B.About an hour.    C.About two and a half hours.

7.Why do they choose to take a picnic?

A.Because there are no restaurants in the park.

B.Because the restaurants there are expensive.

C.Because they prefer their own food and drinks.

8.Where have they finally decided to go?

A.Oldfield Adventure Park            B.Newport Waterworld.       C.A small zoo.

聽第7段材料,回答第911題。

9.What is the probable relationship between the two speakers?

A.Doctor and patient.    B.Teacher and student. C.Policeman and witness.

10.At what time did the accident happen?

A.2:45          B.3:15        C.3:00

11.What color was the traffic light when the truck began to cross the street?

A.Green.      B.Yellow.              C.Red.

聽第8段材料,回答第1214題。

12.How did the woman know this film was a good one?

A.Her husband told her about it.

B.She read about it in the magazine.

C.She read about it in the newspaper.

13.Why did the woman miss the film?

A.because she was too busy to see it.

B.because she was asked to go shopping for clothes.

C.because she watched another wonderful program.

14.Which of the following is NOT true?

A.The wonderful film won the award of the year.

B.The woman had hoped to see the film.

C.The man hasn’t seen such a wonderful film for a long time.

聽第9段材料,回答第1517題。

15.What do we know about No.6 Station Road?

A.It has the man’s lucky number.

B.It has got four bedrooms.

C.It has a garage.

16.What is good about No.4 Candy Street?

A.It is in a quieter place. B.It has bigger rooms.   C.It is closer to shops.

17.Which one have they decided on?

A.The one with a big garden.

B.The one next to the station.

C.The one closer to town.

聽第10段材料,回答第1820題。

18.Why are American bills unlike those in many other countries?

A.American bills are not the same colour.

B.American bills are the same size and colour.

C.American bills are the same colour but different size.

19.Which of the following is true about US coins?

A.The size does not tell the amount.

B.The bigger, the more valuable.

C.The smaller, the more valuable.

20.What is true about the colour of US coins?

A.They are all silver coloured.

B.They are not all silver coloured.

C.The one-cent piece is silver coloured.

第二部分:英語知識運用(共兩節,滿分45)

第一節:單項填空(15小題;每小題1,滿分15)

A、B、C、D四個選項中,選出可以填人空白處的最佳選項,并在答題卡上將該項涂黑。

21.We take our skin for granted until it is burned       repair.

  A.beyond            B.for                  C.without        D.under

22.       in this way, the situation doesn’t seem so disappointing.

  A.To look at        B.Looking at          C.Looked at       D.To be looked at

23.No one         the building without the permission of the police .

     A.to leave                   B.is about to leave     C.leaves                   D.is to leave

24.Is your brother going to Peter’s birthday party ?

    I’m not sure . He __________go to a concert with his girlfriend instead .

       A.has to B.must   C.ought to     D.might

25.Most people agree that the present role of women has already affected U.S. society. __________, it has affected the traditional role of men.

A.Above all      B.In all        C.At most         D.At last

26.One day I         a newspaper article about the retirement of an English professor at a nearby state college.

A.came across        B.came about         C.came after        D.came at

27.I had just started back for the house to change my clothes       I heard voices.

A.as            B.when             C.after            D.while

28.Contrast may rnake somthing appear more beautiful than it is when ____ alone.

A.seen         C.to be seen        B.is seen         D.having been seen

29.Many patients insist on having watches with them in hospital, _____ they have no schedules to keep.

A.even though   B.as if  C.for    D.since

30. Some plants are very _____ to light; they prefer the shade.

 A.sensible     B.available    C.adjustable      D.sensitive

31.The news has just ______ that the president is going to visit China next month .

A.come down             B.come up     C.come out                 D.come about

32.Science and technology have__________ in important ways to the improvement of agricultural production.

A.attached     B.assisted     C.contributed     D.witnessed

33.I’d rather have a room of my own, however small it is, than          a room with someone else.

A.to share                           C.share

B.to have shared                      D.sharing

34.If tap water were as dangerous as some people think,         would be getting sick.

A.a lot of more us.           B.more a lot of us

C.a lot of us more            D.a lot more of us

35.The medicine is on sale everywhere. You can get it at           chemist's.

A.each             B.some            C.certain          D.any

第二節:完形填空(20小題;每小題1.5,滿分30)

閱讀下面短文,掌握其大意,然后從3655各題所給的四個選項(A,B,C,D),選出最佳選項,并在答題卡上將該項涂黑。

"My aunt will come down soon, Mr. Nuttel," said a very calm young lady of fifteen years old.

Framton Nuttel was  36  to be going through a cure for his disease, but now he   37    whether this visit to the village would help.

“Do you know many of the people round here?” asked the niece  38   she thought they had sat long enough  39  . “Hardly one” said Framton. “Then you know  40  about my aunt?” continued the lady, “Out through that window,   41   three years ago, her husband and two brothers went off for their day's shooting. In   42   the country, they were all there  43  in a bog(沼澤).” Here the child's voice  44  its calm and became almost human (as she was always good at making up stories). “Aunt always  45  they will some day walk in at that window just as they used to do. Sometimes on  46  evenings like this, I almost get a strange 47  that they will all …”

She stopped when the aunt came   48   into the room. “Bera has been   49   you? She’s always making up stories.” she said.

“She is very interesting,” said Framton.

“I hope you don' t mind the open window. My husband and brothers will be home soon from shooting, and they always come in this way." She talked on  50  about the shooting and the hopes of shooting in the winter. To Framton it was all quite  51   in the increasing darkness. He made a great  52  , which was only partly successful, to turn the talk on to a cheerful subject. His hostess was giving him only a part of her   53  , and her eyes were frequently  54   him to the window. It wasn't certainly  55  that he had paid his visit on this sorrowful day.

36. A.ready           B.supposed           C.sure              D.worried

37. A.doubted         B.realized            C.argued            D.discovered

38. A.as if            B.unless             C.even though        D.when

39. A.all the time      B.in silence           C.with pleasure       D.in that case

40. A.nothing         B.something          C.all               D.anything

41. A.exactly          B.about             C.over             D.almost

42. A.escaping         B.crossing           C.entering          D.marching

43. A.sunk            B.hidden            C.swallowed        D.struck

44. A.kept            B.returned           C.got              D.lost

45. A.determines       B.insists             C.thinks           D.suggests

46. A.lonely           B.magic             C.quiet            D.mysterious

47. A.dream           B.idea              C.feeling           D.thought

48. A.angrily         B.worriedly           C.eagerly           D.busily

49. A.troubling        B.amusing           C.examining        D.complaining

50. A.anxiously         B.sadly            C.cheerfully         D.calmly

51. A.pleasant         B.terrible            C.attractive         D.difficult

52. A.effort            B.suggestion        C.decision          D.fortune

53. A.interest          B.sorrow            C.attention         D.opinion

54. A.glaring at        B.fixed upon         C.kept on          D.looking past

55. A.comfortable      B.successful         C.easy             D.fortunate

第三部分:閱讀理解(20小題;每小題2,滿分40)

    閱讀下列短文,從每題所給的四個選項(A,B,C,D),選出最佳選項,并在答題卡上將該項涂黑。

(A)

Sydney Airport International Terminal-Arrivals Area

SPECIALTY RETAIL

Newslink: Two separate Newslink stores cater to all your reading needs including newspapers, magazines and the latest bestsellers.

Downtown Duty Free: Make sure you shop at Downtown Duty Free for great savings on a range of items including perfume, alcohol, skincare and cigarettes. It's your last chance before customs

Beach Culture: A must for those into the Latest in beach clothing. Top surf, street and fashion labels including Mambo, Stussy and Quicksilver, including children's sizes.

DINING

Blue Sky Cafe: Speedy service leaves you time to keep an eye on the arrivals gate. Morning pastries, fresh juice, breakfast roils and coffee while you wait.

McDonald' s: hamburgers, fries, drinks, muffins and shakes—all your family favorites. Breakfast served until 10: 30.

SERVICES

ATM:ATMs are conveniently located throughout Arrival and Departures. Dollars, pounds, francs and RMB are all available (可通用).

Vodafone Rentals: This communications center offers the very latest technology for mobile phone rentals, sales and servicing.

56.Where is this passage likely to appear?

A.A morning newspaper.              B.A monthly magazine.

C.A geography book.                 D.An official guide.

57.The underlined phrase “cater to'” probably means _______ .

A.satisfy                B.afford         C.support           D.help

58.If you want to have some coffee while waiting for your flight, you can go to ________.

A.Vodafone Rentals                       B.Blue Sky Cafe

C.Downtown Duty Free                     D.McDonald' s

59.At Beach Culture you can buy ________.

A.newspapers and magazines        B.skincare and cigarettes

C.Mambo and Stussy              D.fresh juice and breakfast rolls

60.Which of the following is true according to the text?

A.You can have breakfast at McDonald's at 11:00 a. m..

B.You'll save money if you buy alcohol or perfume at Downtown Duty Free.

C.You'll not find any beach clothing for your seven-year-old boy in Beach Culture.

D.ATM service offers enough to enjoy yourself.

 (B)

The time you spend at the office may be the most stressful(緊張的) part of your day, but it doesn’t have to be. You have a greater ability to shape your office environment than you may realize.

  Take breaks throughout the day. It will help clear your mind and relieve pressure. Something as simple as going to the water cooler for a drink may do the trick.

  Take part in a noontime or an after-work exercise class. This will give you a chance to relax and a way to relieve stress.

  To help your workday go smoothly, try arranging your activities: Do more demanding work in the morning, when your energy level is higher, and easier work later in the day, when you may be tired.

  Try listening to music recordings, such as a pounding surf or songbirds, to help you relax. Such tapes are sold in many shops. Use headphones if you are listening to them in the middle of the workday.

  Get to work early or stay late once a week. You may be able to complete more when you change your daily work.

  If your stress comes from job insecurity, take stock of yourself. Renew your knowledge, and remind yourself of your skills and strengths. Also, make sure you keep up with new developments in your fields. This will make you valuable to employers.

  Don’t let rumors(謠言) at work, which are usually false, cause you worry. A co-worker may just be thinking out loud about worst-case imagined events.

  If your office is less structured (or if you are the boss), consider a company mascot(吉祥物). A cat or dog can do wonders for workers’morale.

61.Which of the following can work out your stress at work?

A.Having rests during the day.            B.Doing hard work in the afternoon.

C.Never to learn new things.             D.Getting up early or staying up late.

62.Which of the following groups of words have the same meaning in this passage?

A.rumour — false; co-workers — company

B.stress — pressure; relax — relieve

C.employer — boss; ability — activity

D.recording — songbirds; renew — remind

63.The best title for this passage is_____.

A.The disadvantages at work           B.How to improve your work

C.How to reduce stress at work         D.The greatest problem — stress at work

 (C)

Weather Report

(8:00 a.m. December 17-8:00 a.m. December 18)

  Influenced by a cold front, northern Xinjiang, the eastern Qinghai –Tibet Plateau(高原),and the northern and eastern parts of Heilongjiang are expected to experience light snow today. Drizzle(小雨)is forecast for most areas of Sichuan and western coastal areas of South China. Northerly winds of force 4-6 are expected to affect western and southwestern Inner Mongolia, and most parts of Northeast China, while northerly winds of force 5-7 will sweep across the Bohai Sea, the northern parts of the Yellow Sea, the East China Sea, the Taiwan Straits, and the central and northern parts of the South China Sea.

Weather forecast for major Chinese cities

  City    Max()   Min()   Weather

Beijing      10       -2        clear

Changchun   0       -6        clear

Changsha    19       5        clear

Chengdu     9       4       drizzle

Chongqing   10       5        overcast

Dalian       12      3        clear

Fuzhou      18     12        cloudy

  City      Max()   Min()  Weather

Guangzhou   23        15      cloudy

Guilin        19        4      clear

Haikou        19       14     overcast

Hangzhou     18       5      clear

Harbin        -3       -8      clear

Hong Kong    21       16     cloudy

Jinan         14       3      clear

64. According to the weather report, we know it doesn’t rain in many areas except_________ .

A.Xinjing    B.Qinghai-Tibet    C.Heilongjiang    D.Chengdu

64.D。天氣預報圖表中只有成都是“drizzle(小雨)”。

65. From December 17 to December 18, if you go to________,you may be caught in the snow.

A.Northem Xinjiang and Tibet          B.Sichuan and South China

C.Inner Mongolia and Heilongjiang      D.Qinghai and Sichuan

66. On December 17, the East China Sea will be swept by___________.

A.a cold front                                   B.light snow

C.Northerly winds of force 4-6                     D.northerly winds of force 5-7

67.The temperature in Harbin Min () is________lower than that in Guangzhou Min().

A.23     B.31    C.26     D.7

 (D)

The producer appeared behind the recording studio window and smiled and waved to me like an old friend. And after I had read out a little test piece, he said, “That’s fine, wonderful, your voice is perfect, lively, wonderful.” Then I read a longer passage in English about the delights of touring in Britain, and another about the delights of visiting London, and both were “excellent” and “just right”, and I began to consider a job in radio.

  To be honest, I was fairly sure of myself though I lacked experience. Across the room in the Hamburg News Agency where we both worked, a friend named Peter Turner called to me, “I say, Mike, a man on the phone here wants someone to do a recording in English, and I’ m booked up. Would you read something to him in English as a sort of test ?” I did, and they said, “Perfect, lovely, wonderful, …” Would I come round?

  It was after reading their passage in English in the studio that they noticed my vowel (元音) pronunciations were not altogether King’s English, or even Prince Philip’s, there was a larger silence than usual, then the voice said: “Fine, lovely…, but you said the word ‘castle’ with a short ‘a’. Could we have the passage again please, but this time say ‘castle’.”

  This was easy. But then he noticed other differences in my pronunciation.

  “It’s my northern English accent,” I said, angry, because I had to apologize for it.

  “Oh, I see…but Mike, we’ll have to get it right, I’m afraid. The recording is for teaching English to German schoolchildren, and it must be spoken in the way it is taught in German schools.”

  I read the passage again…and again…and again. But of course you cannot change the pronunciation of a lifetime in an hour. The studio men were in the state of having lost hope and underlined the vowels which caused me to feel angry, so that I’d remember them. Few, really. But because I had to concentrate (集中) on them, I made a lot of mistakes in my reading. Everyone got somewhat irritable (easily made angry), so we all went out for a beer.

68.Broadcasting did not make Mike nervous _______________.

A.although he had never done any before       B.because he worked in a news agency

C.because he was used to talking on the phone   D.although the passages were long

69.What happened after Mike had read the third passage?

A.They made him repeat it.                B.They said nothing.

C.They began to discuss the King’s English.   D.They could not understand one of the words.

70.They wanted Mike to change his pronunciation because .

A.German schoolchildren did not like a northern accent

B.it was different from the English taught in German schools

C.it was different from the English spoken in Germany

D.German schoolchildren were taught through recordings

71.Why did Mike’s reading of the passage get worse?

A.He needed a drink to clear his throat.         B.He was trying to do the recording in an hour.

C.He was trying hard to get certain sounds right.  D.He could not learn so many new sounds.

 (E)

In only two decades Asian-American have become the fastest-growing US minority. As their children began moving up through the nation's schools, it became clear that a new class of academic achievers was emerging. Their achievements are reflected in the nation's best universities, where mathematics, science and engineering departments have taken on a decidedly Asian character. (This special liking for mathematics and science is partly explained by the fact that Asian-American students who began their education abroad arrived in the U.S. with a solid grounding in mathematics but little or no knowledge of English.) They are also influenced by the promise of a good job after college. Asians feel there will be less unfair treatment in areas like mathematics and science because they will be judged more immediate in something like engineering than with an arts degree.

  Most Asian-American students owe their success to the influence of parents who are determined that their children take full advantage of what the American educational system has to offer. An effective measure of parental attention is homework. Asian parents spend more time with their children than American parents do, and it helps. Many researchers also believe there is something in Asian culture that breeds success, such as ideals that stress family values and emphasize education.

  Both explanations for academic success worry Asian-Americans because of fears that they feed a typical racial image. Many can remember when Chinese, Japanese and Filipino immigrants were the victims of social isolation. Indeed, it was not until 1952 that laws were laid down giving all Asian immigrants the right to citizenship.

72.While making tremendous achievements at college, Asian-American students .

A.feel they are mistreated because of limited knowledge of English.

B.are afraid that their academic successes bear a strong Asian character

C.still worry about unfair treatment in society

D.generally feel it a shame to have to depend on their parents

73.What are the major factors that determine the success of Asian-Americans?

A.A solid foundation in basic mathematics and Asian culture.

B.Hard work and intelligence.

C.Hard help and a limited knowledge of English.

D.Asian culture and the American educational system.

74.Few Asian-American students major in human sciences mainly because .

A.their English is not good enough.

B.they are afraid they might meet with unfair judgment in these areas

C.there is a wide difference between Asian and Western cultures

D.they know little about American culture and society

75.The author's tone in this passage is____________ .

A.sympathetic      B.doubtful    C.critical      D.objective

第Ⅱ卷(共兩節,滿分35)

第四部分:寫作(共兩節,滿分35)

第一節:短文改錯(10小題;每小題1,滿分10)

    此題要求改正所給短文中的錯誤。對標有題號的每一行作出判斷:如無錯誤,在該行右邊橫線上畫一個勾();如有錯誤(每行只有一個錯誤),則按下列情況改正:

    該行多一個詞:把多余的詞用斜線()劃掉,在該行右邊橫線上寫出該詞,并也用斜線劃掉。

    該行缺一個詞:在缺詞處加一個漏字符號(),在該行右邊橫線上寫出該加的詞。

    該行錯一個詞:在錯的詞下劃一橫線,在該行右邊橫線上寫出改正后的詞。

    注意:原行沒有錯的不要改。

Many teachers worry about the effects of television on young

people. According to studies, any children spend more time      76. _______    

watching television than they spend in school. Because so       77. _______    

much viewing, children may not be develop the habit of         78. _______    

read and the ability to enjoy themselves. No one worries         79. _______    

much about the radio program young people listen to,           80. _______    

although radios can be very noise. Teachers also wonder about   81. _______    

the effects of television commercials. On one year the          82. _______    

average child will see 25,000 television commercials, all         83. _______    

planned and written by grown?ups to make children to want    84. _______    

things that they don't real need.                              85. _______    

第二節:書面表達(滿分25)   下面4幅圖描述的是TomMike的一次經歷,請你根據圖畫內容和文字提示寫一篇100字左右的短文。

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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