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河北冀州市中学 2009---2010 学年高三英语试题 第一卷(两部分,共 95 分) 第一部分:英语知识 第一节:语音知识(共 5 小题;每小题 1 分,满分 5 分) 1. occupy A. composer B. constant C. observe D. opinion 2. upon A. volunteer B. universal C. unpack D. b


3. moustache A. encourage B. announce C. discount D. adventurous 4. permission A. occasion B. conclusion C. consideration D. decision 5. length A. blank B. wander C. brand D. branch

第二节: 单项填空(共 20 小题;每小题 1 分, 满分 15 分) 从 A、B、C、D 四个选项中, 选出一个最佳选项。 6. _________ the website of our school, and you ?ll get loads of information on how to get ready for the college life. A. Visiting B. To visit C. Visit D. Having visited

7. ---- Mum, why do you always make me eat an egg every day? ---- _________ enough protein and nutrition as you are growing up. A. To get B. Get C. Getting D. To be getting

8. In peace, too, the Red Cross is expected to send help ________ there is human suffering. A. whoever B. however C. whatever D. wherever

9. Scientists are making every _________ to find a new cure to cancer. A. effect B. affect C. effort D. afford

10. _______ breaks the law should be punished. A. Anyone B. Those who C. No matter who D. Anyone who

11. ---- Could you spare me some ink? ---- ___________. Here you are. A. With pleasure B. It‘s a pleasure C. That‘s nice of you D. Thanks a lot

12. It is _________he often wins medals _______makes his parents proud of him. A. what; that B. that; that C. that; what D. /; that

13. It‘s beyond words. Nowhere else in the world _______ such a wonderful house! A. can find you B. you can find C. there can be D. can there be

14. ---- Is it Tom that playing basketball? ---- It __________ be him. He is so crazy about basketball. A. might B. should C. can D. would

15. _______ the day went on, the weather got worse, which made it impossible for them to go down the mountain. A. With B. Since C. While D. As

16. ---- How long has this church been in service? ----_________1682, I‘m afraid. A. After B. In C. From D. Since

17. Is this research center _________ you met some foreign guests last week? A. that B. where C. which D. in which

18. ---- Are you free after school? ---- Sorry. I‘ve planned to treat a friend of mine to dinner _______for his help. A. in charge B. in honour C. in turn D. in return

19. What way are you thinking of ______rid of the air pollution in our capital city. A. to get B. getting C. being getting D. being got

20 They told me it would be cheap but ________it cost me nearly 5000 yuan. A. as a result B. in a word C. at last D. in fact 第二部分:英语知识运用 第一节: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 A、B、C、D 四个选项中,选出一个最佳选项。 One fine afternoon I was walking along Fifth Avenue, when I remembered that it was necessary to buy a pair of socks. I 21 the first sock shop that 22 my eyes, and a boy clerk , not more 23 . There was a than seventeen , came forward. ―I wish to buy a pair of socks.‖ His eyes socks?‖ I had not been aware of that, as my entrance had been to display their contents . “Hold on, I am going to buy only one pair!‖ ―I know that,‖ said he, ―but I want you to see how 25 these are.‖ There was an expression of joy on his face, as if he were revealing to me the mysteries of his religion. I became 26 interested in him than in the socks. I looked at him in 27 . ―My friend,‖ said I, ―if you can keep this up, if this is not merely the enthusiasm that comes from having a new job, if you can keep up this excitement day after day, in ten years you will 28 every sock in the United States.‖ 29 and joy in salesmanship will be easily understood . In many 30 him. And when finally some clerk does 31 him. 33 to sell. 34 possibly every

passion in his voice. ―Do you know that you have come into the finest place in the world to buy 24 . I followed him and he began

My amazement at his

shops the customer has to wait for someone to you, you are made to feel as if you were 32

He shows no interest either in you or in the goods he is clerk began his career with hope and 35

. The daily work was too much and dull for him; 36 of working hours. He became a 37 , not

gradually his only pleasures were found

inspired, salesman. After being mechanical, he became bored and lazy. That was the last 38 His usefulness was over.


I have observed this sad 39 in the lives of so many men in so many occupations that I have come to the 21. A. rushed into 22. A. hit 23. A. opened 24. A. accidental 25. A. various 26. A. far more 27. A. amazement 28. A. take 29. A. dislike 30. A. wait upon 31. A. observe 32. A. asking 33. A. paid 34. A. And 35. A. sadness 36. A. outside 37. A. mechanical 38. A. process 39. A. improvement 40. A. faith 40 that the surest road to failure is to do things mechanically. B. walked into B. caught B. glared B. considerate B. strange B. less B. shock B. produce B. ignorance B. care about B. notice B. inviting B. ordered B. However B. enthusiasm B. beyond B. strong B. approach B. growth B. conclusion C. stole into C. fix C. brightened C. special C. long C. very more C. puzzle C. own C. success C. concern about C. view C. interrupting C. encouraged C. Therefore C. doubt C. inside C. courageous C. stage C. increase C. summary D. broke into D. focus D. widened D.deliberate D. beautiful D. no more D. disappointment D. attract D. pride D. take care D. see D. punishing D. permitted D. Yet D. consideration D. full D. demanding D. pace D. decline D. intention

第二部分 阅读理解(第一节 20 小题; 每小题 2 分,第二节 5 小题;每小题 1 分,满分 45 分) 第一节:阅读下列短文,掌握其大意后从 A、B、C、D 四个选项中,选出一个最佳选项。 A A recent survey of teachers found that an unhealthy passion with celebrity culture is having a negative impact on British students‘ studies and it discovered that celebrity couple, the Beckhams, are the favorites among most students. Many students are ignoring building their own careers to seek a chance at fame instead, the Association of Teachers and Lecturers (ATL) survey found. Almost two-thirds of teachers said sports stars were the type of celebrity many pupils wanted to follow while more than half of students wanted to be pop stars. The survey said the celebrities that students aspired to mostly were David and Victoria Beckham who live in Los Angeles now. Soccer player Beckham is on the top of the survey while in second place, with almost a third of the survey‘s votes, was his 33-year-old pop star wife.

Almost half of the 300 teachers surveyed said pupils tried to look like or behave like the celebrities they most admired, with some girls even dressing "unsuitably". "We are not surprised about the influence of celebrity culture in schools —it reflects the current media passion with celebrities and the effect of celebrity culture on society as a whole," ATL general secretary Mary Bousted said in a statement. "Celebrities can have a positive effect on pupils. They can raise pupils‘ aspirations and desires for the future. However, celebrity culture can spread the idea that celebrity status is the greatest achievement and reinforce the belief that other career choices are not as valuable," said one primary school teacher. "Too many of the pupils believe that school success is unnecessary, because they will be able to get fame and fortune quite easily through a reality TV show." 41. According to the survey, Victoria Beckham ______. A. is a pop star most students admire B. goes in the second place of the celebrities admired C. won two-thirds of the votes D. lives in New York now 42. Why does the author mention that pupils tried to look like or behave like the celebrities they most admired, with some girls even dressing ―unsuitably‖? A. The pupils think it interesting to pretend to be the celebrities. B. The behavior or the dress of celebrities can be followed as examples. C. The author wants to show the negative influence these celebrities had on the students. D. The author just wants to show being pop stars is very valuable to the students. 43. What is NOT TRUE according to the story? A. Celebrities can‘t have positive impact on the students. B. Beckham and Victoria are husband and wife. C. The so-called celebrity culture does harm to the pupils‘ ideas about achievement. D. Many students believe that school success is unnecessary. 44. The best title of the story is _____. A. Sports Star David Beckham C. Harmful Effect of Celebrities on Students B The ‘80s‘ ―important role‖ in the family has also meant a greater concentration and focus on the individual. And, it has made the word ―me‖ one of the most frequently used words. Everything seems to be about ―me‖. This generation has a greater awareness of itself. Some people do not seem to agree that all this is self-centred. When Cai Fuchao, Beijing‘s publicity head, was asked to comment on the lack of responsibility of university students during the SARS period, his reply was: ―Modern university students are ambitious, knowledgeable and B. Survey of Students about Celebrities D. Better to Be Pop Stars Than Sports Stars

have a very strong sense of responsibility to the society.‖ As news analyst from sina.com, Pan Fengliang, echoed(随声附和)that, saying that blindly blaming them(for running away during the SARS outbreak) was prejudiced and unfair and not backed with evidence. No doubt, the development of information technology has contributed its bit to broadening, or bending, the minds of the 80s generation. Some people even call Gen‘80 ―the E-generation‖. They get in touch with each other via email, QQ, ICQ and MSN. While the people of the ‘60s and ‘70s swarmed(涌往)to Shanghai to catch Luo Dayou, Gen‘80s were on the BBS saying that it was ―really dumb‖. ―The internet is so much more to those of the ‘80s than you can imagine,‖ said Wu Junyong, an IT engineer who was born in 1978. In Wu‘s opinion, it‘s the Internet that separates the 70s from the 80s, ―Many of the‘70s don‘t see why those from the ‘80s can spend everyday in front of a computer.‖ A new weekly Magazine/163.com survey last year found that 40 percent of the 7,000 people surveyed, born in the ‘80s, thought the computer was the most important article in life; more than 70 percent of their parents preferred the home. 45.Which of the following statements is true according to the passage? A. The development of information technology contributed to the ‘80s‘greater awareness of itself. B. The E-generation rushed to Shanghai to catch Luo Dayou. C. All the ‘80s can spend every day in front of a computer. D. Not all people think that the ―born in the 1980s‖ are selfish and irresponsible. 46.What can we infer from the passage? A. All the ‘80s have a strong sense of responsibility to the society. B. Computers play a more important part in the life of the ‘80s, who perhaps can‘t live without them. C. The ‘80s generation are ambitious, knowledgeable and responsible. D. People can‘t imagine why the ‘80s like internet so much. 47.The best title for this passage could be ______. A. The self-centred generation C. The ―born in the ‘80s‖generation B. The internet generation D. The life of the ‘80s

48.The purpose of this passage is to tell us _______. A. people‘s different opinions towards the ‘80s generation. B. the ‘80s are the E-generation. C. the ‘80s are different from others in society.

D. the‘80s have their own characteristics and we shouldn‘t lose confidence in them C For most Chinese university students, the US is a favorite destination for further education. But apart from obstacles such as the GRE and TOEFL exams, choosing a good graduate school is no easy task. Admission is very competitive for international students, so it is important to apply to a number of institutions to have a reasonable chance of acceptance. Since the application to most universities requires a certain fee, Chinese students usually choose seven to 17 universities according to their own financial circumstances. Wang Yuwei, a Zhejiang University graduate, sent applications to 15 US universities. When the 24-year-old began looking for a US graduate school in her senior year, she took time to compare the various schools and find the ones most suiting her needs. Now, studying at the University of Washington, she knows that her hard work paid off. ―To broaden your chances, at least one third of the applications should be to less selective schools,‖ said Wang. ―Applicants shouldn‘t limit their choices to the most famous institutions.‖ Furthermore, one shouldn‘t rely on too much on college rankings such as the Gorman Report or US News & World Report‘s annual league tables. The right school is the one that best meets your own personal needs and interests, rather than someone else‘s assessment of an institution‘s prestige(声望). ―Usually choices are based on one‘s personal interests and academic background, but it is important to make sure that your chosen subject is satisfied,‖ said Wang. 49.The author believes that the right school is the one that _____. A. has the best location B. best meets one‘s own personal needs and interests C. best meets one‘s assessment of an institution‘s prestige D. offers good living conditions 50.According to this passage, what can we judge? A. More and more students will go abroad for their further education. B. Choosing a good graduate school is a piece of cake. C. To go abroad for further education, you must pass the GRE or TOTEL. D. To get a better chance to go abroad, you ?d better apply to a less selective school. 51. In the passage the writer uses the example of Wang Yuwei to show ______. A. you must spend a lot of time comparing the various schools B. it isn‘t worthwhile to spend time looking for the right university C. it is necessary to find the suitable university that meets your personal interests D. one‘s own financial circumstances is worth considering

52.What will be continued after this passage? A. How hard Chinese students studied in America. B. Some advice on how to take care of yourself in America. C. The difficulties you will meet with while living in America D. Some other things to consider to choose the right school. D The number of speakers of English in Shakespeare‘s time is estimated to have been about five million. Today it is estimated that some 260 million people speak it as a native language, mainly in the United States, Canada, Great Britain, Ireland, South Africa, Australia and New Zealand. In addition to the standard varieties of English found in these areas, there are a great many regional and social varieties of the language, as well as various levels of usage that are employed both in its spoken and written forms. It is virtually impossible to estimate the number of people in the world who have acquired an adequate working knowledge of English in addition to their own languages. The purpose for English learning and the situations in which such learning takes place are so varied that it is difficult to define and still more difficult to assess what constitutes an adequate working knowledge for each situation. The main reason for the widespread demand for English is its present-day importance as a world language. Besides serving the infinite needs of its native speakers, English is a language in which some of important works in science, technology, and other fields are being produced, and not always by native speakers. It is widely used for such purposes as meteorological and airport communications, international conferences, and the dissemination of information over the radio and television networks of many nations. It is a language of wider communication for a number of developing countries, especially former British colonies. Many of these countries have multi-lingual populations and need a language for internal communication in such matters as government, commerce, industry, law and education as well as for international communication and for access to the scientific and technological developments in the West. 53.What would be an appropriate title for this selection? A.The Difficulties of Learning English B.International Communications C.The Standard Varieties of English D.English as a World Language 54.Which of the following statements is Not true? A.Some 260 million people in the world have an adequate working knowledge of English. B.There are some 260 million native speakers of English in the world. C.It is almost impossible to estimate the number of people with an adequate working

knowledge of English. D.People learn English for a variety of reasons. 55.According to this article, what is one more reason for the widespread use of English? A.It was popular during Shakespeare‘s time. B.It is used in former British colonies. C.It serves the needs of its native speakers. D.It is a world language used for international communication. 56.What constitutes an adequate working knowledge of English? A.The ability to read a newspaper. B.It is difficult to assess because it differs for each situation. C.Being multi – lingual. D.Being a native speaker. E To get an extra 14 years of life, don't smoke, eat lots of fruits and vegetables, exercise regularly and drink alcohol in a proper amount.That is according to a study published this Monday in the Public Library of Science Medicine Journal. After tracking more than 20,000 people aged 45 to 79 years in the United Kingdom from about 1993 to 2007, Kay-Tee Khaw of the University of Cambridge and his colleagues found that people who adopted these four healthy habits lived all average of 14 years longer than those who didn't. ―We've known for a long time that these behaviors are good things to do, but we've not seen this benefit before, ‖said Susan Jebb, head of Nutrition and Health at Britain's Medical Research Council.―The benefit was also seen regardless of whether or not people were fat and what social class they came from.‖ Study participants(参与者)scored a point each for not smoking, regular physical activity, eating five servings of fruits and vegetables a day and moderate alcohol intake. Public health experts said they hoped the study would inspire governments to introduce policies helping people to adopt these changes.But because the study only observed people rather than testing specific changes, it would be impossible to conclude that people who suddenly adopted these healthy behaviors would surely gain 14 years. ―We can't say that any person could gain 14 years by doing these things, ‖said Dr.Tim Armstrong, a physical activity expert at the World Health Organization.―The 14 years is an average across the population of what's theoretically(理论上地)possible.‖ ―Most people know that things like a good diet matter and that smoking isn't good for them, ‖Susan Jebb said.―We need to work on providing people with much more practical support to help them change.‖

57.Which of the following DOESN'T belong to the four healthy habits? A.Eat five servings of fruits and vegetables a day. B.Do proper exercise in the morning every day. C.Drinking alcohol in the proper amount every day. D.Having a cigarette before going to bed every day. 58.We can learn from the passage that A.Susan Jebb did not take part in the study. B.the study observed people as well as tested specific changes. C.there's no need for people under 45 to adopt these good habits. D.only those from first class can benefit from these healthy behaviors. 59.What can be inferred from the passage? A.All the people are well aware of the harm of their bad habits. B.People aged 45 to 70 have bad habits in the United Kingdom. C.Governments should take measures to help people change their bad habits. D.People have adopted the four healthy habits after knowing they're good. 60.What would be the best title for this passage? A.Smoking and Drinking Cuts You 14 Years B.How to Live a Much Healthier Life C.Healthy Habits May Give Extra 14 Years D.How to Make Your Life Longer Than Others 第二节:补全对话(共 5 小题;每小题 1 分,满分 5 分) 根据对话内容, 从对话后所给的选项中选出能填入空白处的最佳选项。 选项中有两项为 多余选项。 M:Our firm‘s going to hire a new sales person. 61 W:OK, sir. So what's your requirement for the new staff? M:Well, first of all, 62 . .

W:Yes, honesty is the essential quality. M:Besides, 63 because a qualified sale person should have the ability to deal with personal

relationship with others. W:Exactly. 64

M:College degree is a must. But theory or book knowledge is not the only thing. W: 65 _ . M:Right. W:I‘ve got that, and I‘ll put the want ad on the newspaper as soon as possible. M:Thanks a lot. A. I think he or she should be honest and reliable.

B. Please prepare a want ad for me. C. What do you think of honesty? D. he or she should be easy-going. E. You mean book knowledge is not important? F. What about the educational background? G. You mean practical working experience should be taken into consideration? 二卷 第一节:单词拼写 (共 10 小题,每小题 1 分,满分 10 分) 66. They greatly increased the sales of their new product after it was _____(做广告)on TV. 66___________ 67. He attends school in a middle school ______(附属于)to Beijing University. 67.____________ 68. The drug gives some ________(缓解)from pain. 69. A son of one‘s brother or sister is called a _______(外甥,侄子). 70. They are always occupied_________(做实验)with animals. 68.__________ 69_________ 70___________

71. She _______(像,类似)her sister in looks. It‘s hard to tell one from the other. 71.__________ 72. When I was ill, I completely lost my_______(食欲) for food. 73. It‘s _______(自私)of you not to share the welfare with her. 72__________ 73___________

74. __________(不幸),his grocery caught fire the other day due to his carelessness. 74___________ 75. In their living—room, the floor was covered with a worn red____(地毯).75_______ 第二节:短文改错(共 10 小题;每小题 1.5 分,满分 15 分) 此题要求改正所给短文中的错误。对标有题号的每一行做出判断:如无错误,在该行右 边横线上画一个勾(√) ;如有错误,则按下列情况改正: 此行多一个词:把多余的词用斜线划掉,在该行右边横线上写出该词,并用斜线划掉。 此行缺一个词:在缺词处加一个漏子符号,在该行右边横线上写出该加的词。 此行错一个词:在错误的词下面划一横线,在该行右边横线上写出改正后的词。 注意:原行没有错的不要改。 Some students don‘t like talking about their parents often as if their parents love them very much. Are you going on well with your parents? You and your parents will be very happy if you can be friends. Here are some way to have a good talk with them. Find a good time to talk, like when you‘re having dinner, going out for walk and watching TV. Tell them something you‘re interested 76. 77. 78. 79. 80. 81. 82. _____ _____ _____ _____ _____ _____ _____

in, or ask them about their lives when they are young. They love to talk about our past! Meet them face to face and listen to them carefully. Be honesty, and your parents will trust you more. 第三节:书面表达(满分 30 分)

83. 84. 85.

_____ _____ _____

现在有一种谬论说―考上大学也不好找或找不到工作, 还不如不上大学‖。以下是某网站 对高中学生―为什么上大学?‖做的问卷调查情况, 请你结合表格中所提供的信息, 写一篇短 文, 谈谈你的看法。 回答 找一份好工作 为了钱, 为了房子 为了父母, 家人的幸福 对国家, 社会责任感 建立自我发展的平台 其它 答卷比例 20% 20% 15% 10% 5% 30%

注意:1.不需要面面俱到, 更不要逐条翻译, 注意发表自己的观点。 2.句子通顺, 行文连贯。 3.词数:100 左右 4.参考词汇:问卷调查 questionnaire survey

高三英语答案 语音: 1---5 BADCA 6-10 CADCD 11-15 ABDBD 16-20 DBDAD 完型: 21-25 DCCAA 26-30 AABCD 31-35 BBCCD 36-40 CCBBD 阅读理解 41-44 BDCC 45-48 DBCD 49-52 BCCD 53—56 DADB 57—60 DACC 补全对话 61-65 BADFG 单词拼写 66.advertised 67. attached 68. relief 69. nephew 70. experimenting 71. resembles 72.appetite 73. selfish 74. Unfortunately 75. carpet 改错: Some students don t like talking about their parents 76. with/to often as if their parents love them very much. Are you 77. even going on well with your parents? You and your parents 78. getting will be very happy if you can be friends. Here are some 79. √

way to have a good talk with them. Find a good time to talk, like when you‘re having dinner, going out for ^ walk and watching TV. Tell them something you re interested in, or ask them about their lives when they are young. They love to talk about our past! Meet them face to face and listen to them carefully. Be honesty, and your parents will trust you more. 书面表达 One possible version

80. 81. 82. 83. 84. 85.

ways ^a or were their honest

Recently, a website organized a questionnaire survey about why people go to university.According to the survey.we know that different students have different ideas. Fifteen percent of the students go to university in order to help their parents and relatives live a happy life and one fifth of them go to university to earn more money and buy a house.Only five percent of the students are for the purpose of realizing their self-development. Naturally some students have other opinions.But I agree with those students who go to university in order to improve themselves and with those who want to find a good job.Finally, no matter who we are, we must do as the students do who show their sense of responsibility to our country and society.


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