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广东省广州六中2012届高三上学期第三次月考英语试题(word版含答案)


2011-2012 学年上学期高三级第三次月考(11 月) 英 语
2011.11.15 审题者:李燊 命题者: 高三英语第二命题组

本试卷共 8 页,共三大题,满分 135 分。考试用时 120 分钟。 一.语言知识及运用 (共两节,满分 45 分) 第一节:完形填空(共 15 小题,每小题 2 分,满分 30 分) 阅读下面短文,掌握其大意,然

后从 16~30 各题所给的 A、B、C 和 D 项中,选出最佳选 项,并在答题卡上将该项涂黑。 A young man was getting ready to graduate from college. For many months he had 1 a beautiful sports car in a dealer’s showroom, and 2 his father could well 3 it, he told him that was all he wanted. On the morning of his graduation day his father called him into his own study and told him how 4 he was to have such a fine son. He handed his son a beautiful gift box. 5 but slightly disappointed, the young man 6 the box and found a lovely book. 7 , he raised his voice at his father and said, “with all your money you give me a book?” And rushed out of the house, 8 the book in the study. He did not contact his father for a whole year until one day he saw in the street an old man who looked like his father, he 9 he had to go back home and see his father. When he arrived at his father’s house, he was told that his father had been in hospital for a week. The moment he was about to 10 the hospital, he saw on the desk the still new book, just as he had left it one year ago. He opened it and began to 11 the pages. Suddenly, a car key 12 from an envelope taped behind the book. It had a tag(标签) with the dealer’s name, the 13 dealer who had the sports car he had the tag was the date of his graduation and the 15 PAID IN FULL. 1. A. expected 2. A. finding 3. A. afford 4. A. encouraged 5. A. Nervous 6. A. packed 7. A. Angrily 8. A. tearing 9. A. learned 10. A. get to 11. A. clean 12. A. lost 13. A. old 14. A. remembered 15. A. words B. enjoyed B. proving B. offer B. comfortable B. Serious B. opened B. Eagerly B. putting B. realized B. search for B. read B. came B. same B. desired B. information C. admired C. deciding C. keep C. proud C. Careful C. picked up C. Calmly C. forgetting C. recognized C. turn to C. turn C. appeared C. special C. found C. messages 14 . On

D. owned D. knowing D. like D. moved D. Curious D. put aside D. Anxiously D. leaving D. admitted D. leave for D. count D. dropped D. new D. met D. card

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第二节:语法填空(共 10 小题,每小题 1.5 分,满分 15 分) John was presented with his award at a ceremony which recognized the bravery of ten people 16 had saved the life of another. John was studying in the room 17 he heard screaming. When he and his father rushed outside, a man ran from 18 scene. They discovered that Anne Slade, mother of three, had been cut 19 (repeat) with a knife. She was lying in her front garden 20 (bleed) very heavily. Her hands had almost been cut 21 . It was John’s quick action and knowledge that saved Ms Slade’s life. He immediately asked many people 22 bandages, but when nobody could put 23 hands on any, his father got some tea towels and tape from their house. John used these to dress the most severe injuries to Ms Slade’s hands. He slowed the bleeding by applying pressure to the wounds 24 the police and the ambulance arrived. “I’m proud of what I did, but I was just doing what I 25 (teach),” John said. 二.阅读(共两节,满分 50 分) 第一节 阅读理解(共 20 小题;每小题 2 分,满分 40 分) 阅读下列短文,从每题所给的 A、B、C 和 D 项中,选出最佳选项,并在答题卡上将该项涂 黑。 A 1685 was a very good year for German composers. Within the space of a month, two of the greatest were born: Johann Sebastian Bach and George Frideric Handel. Handel’s father was a barber and surgeon, which sounds like a strange combination today, but back then those occupations went hand in hand. Even though Handel was very interested in music, his father didn’t think that was a good way to earn a living, so he wanted his son to be a lawyer. The story goes that Handel smuggled a quiet piano into the house so that he could practice in secret. One day, Handel went along when his father went to shave a duke. While his father was working, Handel sat down and played the duke’s organ. The duke was so impressed that he convinced Handel’s father to let his son study music, and Handel finally got to learn how to compose. Handel soon discovered that what he liked most was opera. In fact, he was so passionate about opera that he even fought a duel (决斗) over it with one of his friends. Since Italy was the place to learn about opera composing, Handel went off to Italy to study. When he got home, he got a job as court composer for a German prince. Having landed such a wonderful job, Handel immediately asked his boss for time off. He wanted to go to England, where he’d heard that there weren’t nearly enough composers to satisfy the British taste for Italian opera. After great success writing opera in London, Handel came back to Germany. Then fate played a funny trick on Handel and his boss. The Queen of England died, and it just so happened that the prince Handel worked for was next in line to the British throne. When he arrived in London as King George, followed Handel, his court composer in Germany. In addition to serving the King, Handel became one of the most successful opera composers of his time. And he also produced them and traveled all over Europe to hire the best singers. There

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are stories of battles with rival opera producers and of fights between rival singers. Handel apparently had quite a temper. If you ever go to London, look for Handel’s grave in Westminster Abbey, where there’s a wonderful monument to him. 26. How did Handel begin to learn to compose? A. His father was sure of his future success. B. His performance impressed a duke. C. He begged his father to send him to Italy. D. He practiced hard and taught himself music. 27. What does the underlined word “smuggled” mean in the passage? A. bought secretly B. took secretly C. carried in advance D. possessed personally 28. Why did Handel later settle down in Britain instead of Germany? A. Because he could find better jobs in London. B. Because he enjoyed greater fame in London. C. Because his boss became King of Britain and brought him along. D. Because London was a wonderful place to learn about opera. 29. Which of the following words can NOT be used to describe Handel, as shown in the passage? A. bad-tempered B. talented C. enthusiastic D. optimistic 30. Which of the following statements is WRONG according to the passage? A. Handel was born in the same year with Bach. B. Many people worked both as a barber and a surgeon. C. Handel quit his job to learn about opera in Italy. D. Handel was buried in London and was built a monument. B Concern with money, and then more money, in order to buy the conveniences and luxuries of modern life, has brought great changes to the lives of most Frenchmen. More people are working harder than ever before in France. In the cities the traditional leisurely midday meal is disappearing. Offices, shops, and factories are discovering the great efficiency of a short lunch hour in company lunch rooms. In almost all lines of work emphasis now falls on ever increasing output. Thus the “typical” Frenchman produces more, earns more, and buys more consumer goods than his counterpart of only a generation ago. He gains in creature comfort and ease of life. What he loses to some extent is his sense of personal uniqueness, or individuality. Some say that France has been Americanized. This is because the United States is a world symbol of the technological society and its consumer products. The so called Americanization of France has its critics. They fear that “assembly line life” will lead to the disappearance of the pleasures of the more graceful and leisurely (but less productive) old French style. What will happen, they ask, to taste, elegance, and the cultivation of the good things in life to joy in the smell of a freshly picked apple, a stroll by the river, or just happy hours of conversation in a local café ? Since the late 1950s life in France has indeed taken on qualities of rush, tension, and the pursuit of material gain. Some of the strongest critics of the new way of life are the young, especially university students. They are concerned with the future, and they fear that France is
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threatened by the triumph of this competitive, goods-oriented culture. Occasionally, they have reacted against the trend with considerable violence. In spite of the critics, however, countless Frenchmen are committed to keeping France in the forefront of the modern economic world. They find that the present life brings more rewards, conveniences, and pleasures than that of the past. They believe that a modern, industrial France is preferable to the old. 31. Which of the following is a feature of the old French way of life? A. Leisure, elegance, and efficiency B. Elegance, efficiency, and taste C. Leisure, elegance, and taste D. Elegance, efficiency, and leisure 32. Which of the following is NOT true about Frenchmen? A. Many of them prefer the modern life style. B. They actually enjoy working at the assembly line. C. They are more concerned with money than before. D. They are more competitive than the old generation. 33. The passage suggests that _________. A. in pursuing material gains the French are suffering losses elsewhere B. it’s now unlikely to see a Frenchman enjoying a stroll by the river C. the French are fed up with the smell of freshly picked apples D. great changes have occurred in the life style of all Frenchmen 34. Which of the following is true about the critics? A. Critics are greater in number than people enjoying the new way of life. B. Students critics are greater in number than critics in other fields. C. Students critics have, on occasion, resorted to violent means against the trend. D. Critics are concerned solely with the present and not the future. 35. Which of the following best states the main idea of the passage? A. Changes in the French Way of Life B. Criticism of the New Life Style C. The Americanization of France D. Features of the New Way of Life C Against the supposition that forest fires in Alaska, Canada and Siberia warm the climate, scientists have discovered that cooling may occur in areas where burnt trees allow more snow to mirror more sunlight into space. This finding suggests that taking steps to prevent northern forest fires to limit the release of greenhouse gases may warm the climate in northern regions. Usually large fires destroyed forests in these areas over the past decade. Scientists predict that with climate warming, fires may occur more frequently over the next several centuries as a result of a longer fire season. Sunlight taken in by the earth tends to cause warming, while heat mirrored back into space tends to cause cooling. This is the first study to analyze all aspects of how northern fires influence climate. Earlier studies by other scientists have suggested that fire in northern regions speed up climate warming because greenhouse gases from burning trees and plants are released into the atmosphere and thus
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trap heat. Scientists found that right after the fire, large amounts of greenhouse gases entered the atmosphere and caused warming. Ozone(臭氧) levels increased, and ash from the fire fell on far-off sea ice, darkening the surface and causing more radiation from the sun to be taken in. The following spring, however, the land within the area of the fire was brighter than before the fire, because fewer trees covered the ground. Snow on the ground mirrored more sunlight back into space, leading to cooling. “We need to find out all possible ways to reduce the growth of greenhouse gases in the atmosphere.” Scientists tracked the change in the amount of radiation entering and leaving the climate system as a result of the fire, and found a measurement closely related to the global air temperature. Typically, fire in northern regions occurs in the same area every 80 to 150 years. Scientists, however, found that when fire occurs more frequently, more radiation is lost from the earth and cooling results. Specifically, they determined when fire returns 20 years earlier than predicted, 0.5 watts per square meter of area burned are soaked up by the earth from greenhouse gases, but 0.9 watts per square meter will be sent back into space. The net effect is cooling. Watts are used to measure the rate at which energy is gained or lost from the earth. 36.According to the new findings, taking steps to prevent northern forest fires may __________. A.result in a warming climate B.cause the forest fires to occur more frequently C.lead to a longer fire season D.protect the forests and the environment there 37.The following are all the immediate effects after a forest fire EXCEPT __________. A.large amounts of greenhouse gases enter the atmosphere B.the levels of ozone which is a type of oxygen increase C.snow on the ground mirrors more sunlight back into space D.ashes from the fire fall on the ice surface and take in more radiation from the sun 38.Earlier studies about northern forest fires __________. A.analyze all aspects of how northern fires influence climate B.indicate that forest fires will pollute the atmosphere C.suggest that people should take measures to protect environment D.suggest that the fires will speed up climate warming 39.The underlined phrase “soak up” in the last paragraph most probably means __________. A.released B.absorbed C.created D.distributed 40.From the passage we can draw a conclusion that forest fires in Alaska, Canada and Siberia may __________. A.warm the climate as the supposition goes B.allow more snow to reflect more sunlight into space and thus cool the climate C.destroy large areas of forests and pollute the far-off sea ice D.help to gain more energy rather than release more energy D My newly-rented small apartment was far away from the centre of London and it was becoming essential for me to find a job, so finally I spent a whole morning getting to town and putting my name down to be considered by London Transport for a job on the underground. They

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were looking for guards, not drivers. This suited me. I couldn’t drive a car but thought that I could probably guard a train, and perhaps continue to write my poems between stations. The writers Keats and Chekhov had been doctors. T.S. Eliot had worked in a bank and Wallace Stevens for an insurance company. I’d be a subway guard. I could see myself being cheerful, useful, a good man in a crisis(危机). Obviously I’d be overqualified but I was willing to forget about that in return for a steady income and travel privileges — those being particularly welcome to someone living a long way from the city centre. The next day I sat down, with almost a hundred other candidates, for the intelligence test. I must have done all right because after about half an hour’s wait I was sent into another room for a psychological test. This time there were only about fifty candidates. The interviewer sat at a desk. Candidates were signaled forward to occupy the seat opposite him when the previous occupant had been dismissed, after a greater or shorter time. Obviously the long interviews were the more successful ones. Some of the interviews were as short as five minutes. Mine was the only one that lasted a minute and a half. I can remember the questions now: “Why did you leave your last job?” “Why did you leave your job before that?” “And the one before that?” I can’t recall my answers, except that they were short at first and grew progressively shorter. His closing statement, I thought, revealed(显示) a lack of sensitivity which helped to explain why as a psychologist, he had risen no higher than the underground railway. “You’ve failed the psychological test and we are unable to offer you a position.” Failing to get that job was my low point. Or so I thought, believing that the work was easy. Actually, such jobs — being a postman is another one I still desire — demand exactly the sort of elementary yet responsible awareness that the habitual dreamer is least qualified to give. But I was still far short of full self-understanding. I was also short of cash. 41.The writer applied for the job chiefly because _________. A.he wanted to work in the centre of London B.he could no longer afford to live without one C.he was not interested in any other available job D.he had received some suitable training 42.The writer thought he was overqualified for the job because _________. A.he often traveled underground B.he had written many poems C.he could deal with difficult situations D.he had worked in a company 43.The length of his interview meant that _________. A.he was not going to be offered the job B.he had not done well in the intelligence test C.he did not like the interviewer at all D.he had little work experience to talk about 44.What does the writer realize now that he did not realize then? A.How unpleasant ordinary jobs can be. B.How difficult it is to be a poet. C.How unsuitable he was for the job. D.How badly he did in the interview. 45.What’s the writer’s opinion of the psychologist? A. He was very aggressive(有进取心的). B. He was unhappy with his job. C. He was quite inefficient. D. He was rather unsympathetic.

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第二节 信息匹配(共 5 小题;每小题 2 分,满分 10 分) 阅读下列应用文及相关信息, 并按照要求匹配信息。 请在答题卡上将对应题号的相应选项字 母涂黑。 请阅读下列不同类型汽车的信息: A. Toyota Electron-2006 (new): Toyota’s new car is both powerful and economical. Using a combination of fuel and electricity this car will not only save money on petrol bills, but it will also save the environment. Has air conditioner and leather seats. Price: $17,500 B. BMW Series 7-2006 (new): Judged the Car of Year” by Wheels Magazine this is the best high-class car on the market. It is big enough for 5 people but is smooth and fast. Has all the latest safety equipment and computer mapping system. Price: $84,900 C. Porsche 911-2006 (new): This newest Porsche is packed with the latest safety equipment and engine technology. It can hold 2 people and the roof can come down automatically for you to enjoy the fresh air. Has DVD entertainment system and computer mapping system. Price: $72,000 D. Chrysler Minibus-2005(second-hand): With its unique seating design, this vehicle can hold up to 14 people. Silver outside with black leather inside and in excellent condition. Has 2 automatic sliding doors plus DVD entertainment system. Price: $19,200 E. Ford Fairlane-1998(second-hand): With a traditional Ford design, this car is dark bule and is an ideal second car for the family. Mechanically in good condition. Has air conditioner and CD player. Price:$6,900 F. Honda Civic-1996(second-hand): This small, white, two-door car is easy to park and cheap to run. Inside and outside both in excellent condition. It uses very little fuel and is the perfect car for city driving. Has CD player. Price:$2,500 请阅读下列购车者的信息,然后匹配购车者与拟购买的汽车: 46. Robert Anderson. Robert has just been appointed the manager of a large international company. He wants to get a car that will impress his business colleagues yet is also suitable for transporting his wife and three children. 47. Julie Sunderland. Julie has recently moved into the city where she is studying. She needs a car that is cheap to buy and run so she can get to university and to her part-time job. 48. Bill Woodwar. Bill is the coach of the local football team and needs a car that can take the players and equipment to and from their games. 49. Mary Alderson. Mary’s rich dad promised he would buy her a new car for graduating from university. She wants something that is safe, that will allow her to enjoy listening to music and show off to her friends. 50. Kate Power. Kate needs to get a car to travel to her new job. But she feels guilty about the pollution she will cause so she wants a car that will do the least amount of harm to the environment.

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三.写作(共两节,满分 40 分) 第一节 基础写作(共 1 小题,满分 15 分) 现在我们的社会提倡节约能源, 建设节约型社会。你校举办了一次”为建设节约型社会 献计”的活动,。见到每届毕业生毕业时都会把大量完好的参考书扔掉,你提出一个建议---鼓励毕业生把参考书留给下一届的学生使用, 你的理由是:
● 节约资源; ● 书上的笔记很有用; ● 有利于建设一个能源节约型社会; ● 国外(如澳大利亚)已有成功的做法.

[写作内容] 1. 学生们毕业时对待参考书的现状; 2. 你的建议及理由。 [写作要求] 只能用 5 个句子表达全部内容. 第二节 读写任务(共 1 小题,满分 25 分) 阅读下面的短文,然后按照要求写一篇 150 词左右的英语短文。 With the development of the Internet and the popularization of computers, shopping on the Internet has become a common place in our life. Here consumers can buy almost everything they need. Shopping on the Internet has a lot of advantages, of which the most important is perhaps its convenience. People don’t have to waste a lot of their energy and precious time to go from one shop to another to choose the commodities they like. This is especially desirable to the old, the sick and the busy people who cannot go to the shops in person. The goods come in all shapes, sizes and colors on the Internet. The commodities they order will be delivered to them promptly. However, shopping on the Internet also has its disadvantages. The first disadvantage is that the consumers can’t see the goods or try them on personally. Sometimes, the real goods may not be the same as what they have seen on the computer. The second disadvantage is that some shops on the Internet are not registered. They will never deliver anything to you after they get the money from you. Once cheated, you will find that you have nowhere to go to complain. [写作内容] 1. 以约 30 个词概括短文的要点; 2. 然后以约 120 个词以”网上购物”为主题发表看法,并包括以下要点: (1) 你认为网上购物的最大优点是什么; (2) 描述你或你的朋友或同学网上购物的体验; (3) 你对网上购物有什么建议. [写作要求] 1. 可以使用事例或其他论述方法支持你的观点, 也可以参照阅读材料的内容但不能直接引 用原文中的句子; 2. 标题自拟.

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2011-2012 学年上学期高三级第三次月考(11 月) 英语试题参考答案
一、语言知识及运用 (共两节,满分 45 分) 完形填空 (2*15 = 30 分) 1—5 CDACD 6—10 BADBD 11—15 CDBBA 语法填空 (1.5*10 = 15 分) 16. who/ that 17. when 18. the 19. repeatedly 21. off 22. for 23. their 24. until 二.阅读(共两节,满分 50 分) 阅读理解 26—30 BBCDC 信息匹配 46—50 BFDCA 三.写作(共两节,满分 40 分) 第一节 基础写作 One possible version: As we all know, when senior students graduate from school, most of their reference books are thrown away, which are still in good condition. What great waste it is, so I suggest that we should recycle the books. On the one hand, recycling them can save a lot of natural resources, which are used to make textbooks. On the other hand, senior students may have made plenty of useful notes on the pages that are very useful to the following users. In fact, in Australia and some other countries, recycling reference books is popular, which gives us a good example, so I think it is meaningful for us to build an energy-saving society. 第二节 读写任务 One possible version: Shopping on the Internet The passage talks about the advantages and disadvantages of shopping on the Internet. Though it has some weaknesses, it is becoming more and more popular. I think the strongest point of shopping on the Internet is the convenience. We don’t have to search from shops to shops to look for the things we want, which saves a lot of time and energy. Some of my friends enjoy it very much and often buy some books, CDs and clothes on the Internet. I haven’t done much shopping on the Internet. The only thing I have bought on the Internet is a beautiful backpack, which I really like and it cost me 25 yuan. However, we must be careful not to be cheated when shopping on the Internet. First, we should read the ads very carefully. Secondly, don’t believe everything they say in the advertisements and try to compare the prices more. What’s more important, we’d better choose those famous companies. 31—35 CBACA 36—40 ACDBB 41—45 BCACD

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基础写作评分标准 7-8 5-6 具有很好的语言运用能力;语法和句子结构准确性高,词汇方面使用较 好,只有少许错误。 具有较好的语言运用能力;语法和句子结构准确定较好,有一些语法结 构和词汇方面的错误,但不影响理解。 语言运用能力一般;语法和句子结构基本准确,语法结构或词汇方面错 误不影响理解。 语言运用能力较差,语法和句子结构基本不够准确,语法结构或词汇方 面的错误较多,而且影响了对句子意义的理解。 语言运用能力很差;语法、句子结构、词汇错误很多,句子意义无法理 解。 每多或少写一个句子,扣 1 分 包括了所有信息内容 包括了大部分信息内容 包括了基本信息内容 包括了小部分信息内容 包括了少许信息内容 没有包括所提供的信息内容 内容连贯,而且结构紧凑 内容连贯性比较好,而且结构比较紧凑 内容连贯性较差,而且结构不够紧凑 内容缺乏连贯性。而且结构松散 文不对题,给 0 分


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读写任务评分标准
项目 分值 5 4 评分标准 按照要求概括了全部主要信息,没有增加与原文无关的信息,没有照抄原文的句子, 语言结构正确,行文规范 基本按照要求概括了主要信息,没有增加与原文无关的信息,没有照抄原文的句子, 语言结构正确,行文规范 基本按照要求概括了主要信息,但包含了一些不相关的信息,有个别句子抄自原文。 语言结构基本正确,行文比较规范。





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