东北师大附中 2007—2008 学年度高三第四次摸底考试
英 语 试 题
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题部 分答到答题页上。 分答到答题页上 第一部分 英语知识运用（共三节，满分 50 分） 第一节 语音知识（共 5 小题；每小题 1 分，满分 5 分） 从 A、B、C、D 四个选项中，找出其划线部分与所给单词的划线部分读音相同的选项， 并在答题卡上将该项涂黑。 例：have A．gave B．save C．hat D．made 答案是 C。 1．Golden A．grocery B．history C．hobby D．brother A．thief B．thin C．theme D．then 2．thus 3．result A．purpose B．exercise C．expensive D．increase A．willing B．skill C．fight D．miss 4．pilot 5．kitchen A．knock B．kingdom C．knife D．knowledge 第二节 语法和词汇知识（共 15 小题；每小题 1 分，满分 15 分） 从 A、B、C、D 四个选项中，选出可以填入空白处的最佳选项，并在答题卡上将该项 涂黑。 例：We ______ last night, but we went to the concert instead. A．must have studied B．might study C．should have studied D．would study 答案是 C。 6．BASIC was ______ success because there had been no efficient way of getting ______ computers to carry out instructions before. A．a; 不填 C．a; the B．不填; 不填 D．不填; the
7．Our _______ to think and speak separates us from other mammals. A．gift B．skill C．talent D．ability 8．______ reading his article again, I found there was more ______ the lines than the written words conveyed.
A．By; between B．By; in C．During; between D．During; in 9．He is often praised as the greatest romance writer, so it is ______ that he remained unmarried. A．challenging B．surprising C．embarrassing D．understanding 10．I’d almost given up hope of finding a house I liked, and then suddenly this one ______. A．had appeared B．would appear C．appeared D．appears 11．—What do you think of John? —Well, ______ his homework is late, but on the whole, he’s a good student. A．generally B．especially C．absolutely D．occasionally 12．So fast ______ that none of us could follow him. A．he spoke B．did he speak C．does he speak D．he speaks 13．The development of the Internet has ______ new ways for people to greet each other during holidays. A．created B．invented C．made D．built 14．Bill Gates did not quite achieve the goal ______ he would be a millionaire at the age of 20. A．as B．that C．which D．for which 15．Sometimes an empty box is fun to a child. That’s because a box can become ______ a child imagines ______ to be. A．anything; one B．something; one C．everything; it D．anything; it 16． professor of English at Oxford University says that Jane Austen’s novels still ______ people A today. A．adapt to B．appeal to C．attend to D．turn to 17．I am not feeling well, perhaps I ______ so much fruit just now. A．shouldn’t eat B．mustn’t have eaten C．shouldn’t have eaten D．mustn’t eat 18．—When did you meet your girlfriend for the first time? —It was in 2002 ______ I was still in college. A．when B．that C．which D．where 19．A number of new machines were introduced from abroad, ______ an increase in production. A．resulted in B．to result in C．result in D．resulting in
20．—Hi, Chris! ______ —I got a 96 on my exam! It’s the highest grade I’ve ever got. A．How did your exam go? B．How did you prepare your exam? C．Did you have an exam? D．How is everything going? 第三节 完形填空（共 20 小题；每小题 1.5 分，满分 30 分） 阅读下面短文，从短文后所给各题的四个选项（A、B、C 和 D）中，选出可以填入空 白处的最佳选项，并在答题卡上将该项涂黑。 Last Monday, at the beginning of class, I
asked my students how their weekend had
been. One young man said that his weekend had not been so 22 . He had his wisdom teeth removed.Then the young man asked me why I 23 seemed to be so cheerful. His 24 reminded me of something I’d read somewhere before: “Every morning when you get up, you have a choice about 25 you want to approach life that day,” I said. “I choose to be cheerful.” “Let me give you an example. 26 teaching here, I also teach out at the community college in Henderson, 17 miles down the freeway from where I live. One day, I drove those 17 miles to Henderson. I 27 the freeway and turned onto College Drive, only another quarter mile ahead to the college. 28 just then my car died. I tried to start it again, but the engine 29 turn over. So I put my flashers on, grabbed my 30 , and 31 down the road to the college.” “ 32 getting there I called AAA and arranged for a tow truck to meet me at my 33 after class. The secretary asked me what had happened. ‘This is my lucky day,’ I replied, smiling.” “ ‘Your car breaks down and today is your lucky day?’ She was 34 . ‘What do you mean?’ ’’ “I live 17 miles from here.” I replied. “My car 35 have broken down 36 38 along the freeway. It didn’t. 37 , it broke down in the perfect place: off the freeway, walking distance of here. I’m still able to teach my class, and I’ve been able to arrange for the tow truck to meet me after class.” “The secretary’s eyes opened wide, and then she 39 . I smiled back and headed for class.” So ended my story. I scanned the sixty faces in my class. Despite the early hour, no one seemed to be 40 . Somehow, my story had touched them. 21．A．calmly B．seriously C．cheerfully D．curiously 22．A．bad B．good C．exciting D．scary 23．A．often B．always C．usually D．seldom 24．A．answer B．wisdom C．question D．weekend 25．A．how B．why C．where D．that 26．A．As well as B．As to C．In exchange for D．In addition to 27．A．entered B．exited C．found D．hit 28．A．And B．So C．While D．But 29．A．wouldn’t B．shouldn’t C．couldn’t D．won’t 30．A．glasses B．sweets C．books D．shoes 31．A．drove B．ran C．dashed D．marched 32．A．While B．In C．After D．Upon 33．A．car B．office C．classroom D．house 34．A．surprised B．astonished C．puzzled D．shocked 35．A．could B．can C．would D．must 36．A．somewhere B．anywhere C．nowhere D．wherever 37．A．However B．Instead C．Though D．So 38．A．between B．in C．within D．beyond 39．A．left B．understood C．paused D．smiled 40．A．clear B．asleep C．tired D．interested 第二部分 阅读理解（共 25 小题；第一节每小题 2 分，第二节每小题 1 分；满分 45 分）
阅读下列短文，从每题所给的四个选项（A、B、C 和 D）中，选出最佳选项，并 在答题卡上将该项涂黑。
A For shopoholics, the post-Christmas period means only one thing — sales! Across the country, prices are reducing sharply on clothing, electronics, home furnishings and more, but London is the place for serious shopping, and you can certainly pick up some amazing bargains. The sales start on Boxing Day — 26th December, and continue for the month of January, but the keenest bargain hunters get there early to be first through the doors. In Oxford Street queues formed outside shops ahead of pre-dawn openings for the start of their sales. At Brent Cross, in north London, more than 1,000 people were queuing at 3.30 am for the ‘Next’ clothing store’s sale which began at 4 am. Some eager individuals even camped outside the shops to be first in the line. Consumers who hit the shops were rewarded with discounts of as much as 80% as department stores joined the sales frenzy. The shops are absolutely crowded as the sales get into full swing, with more than half a million people gathering on London’s West End. Famous sales include the biggest, most popular shops such as Harrods, Selfridges, Liberty and John Lewis. Department stores are always a good bet — you’re likely to find everything you need under one roof, including much-needed food and drinks! It’s a good time to stock up on cheap gadgets, and there’s no better time to invest in some designer clothes. Some people are taking their partners shopping with them, and buying their Christmas presents in the sale — a practical but unromantic way of making sure you get the gift you really want. For a less exciting but less stressful shopping experience, online sellers are also getting in on the act with January sales of their own. The most organized of all are those who are already doing their present shopping for next Christmas, in the January sales! 41．All of the following are included in the sales except ______. A．fashionable clothing B．bestsellers C．TV sets D．bookcases 42．We can learn from the passage that the sales ______. A．actually start before the end of December B．generally last for two months C．basically benefit all the people D．are a time to buy Christmas gifts in a romantic way 43．Which of the following is NOT involved in the sales? A．Individual consumer. B．Department stores. C．People who are doing the present shopping for next Christmas. D．Online shoppers. 44．“Hit the shops” in the third paragraph means to ______. A．attack the shops B．arrive at the shops C．affect the shops D．find the shops 45. What is the best title for this passage? A．January Sales
B．Sales in London at Christmas
C．Practical but Unromantic Shopping
D．Shopping under One Roof
B American schoolchildren often wear uniforms if they attend religious or other private schools. Most public schools do not require uniforms. But over the last ten years or so, more of them have moved in that direction, including high schools. Another option is that students may just have to dress alike — for example, white shirts and dark colored pants or skirts. Even schools that do not require uniforms generally have a dress rule about what they consider acceptable. Schools commonly forbid clothing that shows images or words causing displeasure, or simply too much skin. Hats may be forbidden because, for example, different colors may be connected with bad guys. Some parents like the idea of uniforms. Some say it means they do not have to spend much on clothing for their kids. Others, though, argue that uniforms represent an unnecessary cost. There are also debates about whether uniforms or other dress rules go against civil rights. Students and parents have taken legal action against school dress requirements. At the beginning of this July, a middle school was asked to stop its dress rule unless families have a way out of it. The American Civil Liberties Union of Northern California brought the case for the families of several students who had been punished by the school. Most attention centered on a girl who wore socks with the Tigger character from Winnie the Pooh. The school said its clothing policy, including no pictures of any kind, was needed to control a growing problem with gangs. The families argued that the policy went against free speech rights as protected by the United States and California constitutions (宪法). The United States Supreme Court says student expression is protected as long as it does not harm the work and the rule of a school. But some educators believe dressing alike helps improve student learning. They believe that uniforms help create a sense of unity and reduce the risk of fights. They also say uniforms make it easier for security reasons to tell if someone belongs to the school or not. 46．According to the passage there is a trend in the USA that ______. A．most public schools do not require uniforms B．most public schools move in the direction of requiring uniforms at church C．most schools require the students to be dressed in white shirts and dark colored pants D．more and more schools have a dress rule about what are suitable for schoolchildren 47．Which of the following is NOT a reaction mentioned to the dress rule? A．Some parents like the rule which means they could spend less on clothing for the kids. B．Some parents think the rule has nothing to do with them. C．Some parents say that uniforms are an extra cost for them. D．Some others argue that uniforms or other dress rules go against civil rights. 48．What is the girl’s problem? A．She brought her pet called Tigger to school. B．She put Tigger into her socks in class. C．She wore socks with pictures. D．She had a problem with some gangs. 49．School dress requirements can benefit schools and students except to help ______. A．the court protect student expression
B．students focus on their studies C．make a united effort to avoid fights D．strengthen campus security C Hillary Rodham Clinton was elected to the U.S. Senate in 2000．She was also the wife of President Bill Clinton, thus becoming the first American First Lady ever elected to national office. After graduating from Wellesley College in 1969, Hillary Rodham went to Yale Law School, where she met Clinton, a fellow student. She served as a staff lawyer for the Children’s Defense Fund and was also on the congressional Impeachment(弹劾) Inquiry staff in 1974, at the end of Richard Nixon’s Watergate scandal(丑闻). Hillary married Bill Clinton and left Washington for Arkansas in 1975．She raised their daughter Chelsea and practiced law during Clinton’s 12 years as the state’s governor. Clinton was elected president in 1992 and Hillary became a First Lady causing a lot of argument, faced with criticism about everything from her hairstyles to her involvement in public policy to her role in a questionable Arkansas land deal (the so-called Whitewater affair). She also went through her husband’s much-publicized affair with intern Monica Lewinsky and supported him during the follow-up impeachment hearings(听证会). In 2000 the Clintons settled down in New York and Hillary was elected to the U.S. Senate in the same year that George W. Bush was elected to succeed her husbanD．She was re-elected to a second term in 2006．In 2007 she began a run for the Democratic nomination(提名) for president in the elections of 2008. 50．What is the right order of the descriptions about Hillary? A．Hillary married Bill Clinton. B．Hillary went to Yale Law School. C．Hillary became the First Lady. D．Hillary began to run for President. A．a, b, c, d B．a, c, d, b C．b, a, c, d D．b, d, a, c 51．Which of the following is correct about Hillary? A．She was the first First Lady ever elected to national office in the world. B．She was a staff lawyer before she met Clinton. C．She was accepted by the public as an excellent First Lady. D．She was elected to the U.S. Senate twice. 52．______ is NOT the factor that brought public comment to Hillary. A．Richard Nixon’s Watergate scandal B．Being involved in public policy C．Whitewater affair D．Clinton’s affair with Lewinsky 53．What does the underlined word “succeed” in the last paragraph mean? A．To do a better job than. B．To take the position after. C．To replace. D．To realize the goal of. D Not sure of what to say or how to say it? Here are some basic guidelines. All you’ll be doing, as a reader, is telling other readers a little bit about the story and what you think of it, in your own words. Don’t be harshly negative in your comments. You can say what you have to say — praising the book or pointing out its imperfection — without either false enthusiasm or abuse. PLEASE remember that not everyone will have read the whole book or know everything about the author that is being discussed. If you MUST discuss critical plot information that
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E I start to wonder what else had changed since I’d been gone. My parents are in an awkward transition, wondering how to treat me now. They wrestle with whether to treat me—still their daughter—as one of them, an adult, or as the child they feel they sent away months earlier. I run into two of my best friends from high school; we stare at each other, expressionless. We ask the simple questions and give simple answers. It’s as if we have nothing to say to each other. I wonder how things have changed so much in such a small amount of time. We used to laugh and promise that no matter how far away we were, our love for each other would never
change. Their interests don’t interest me anymore, and I find myself unable to relate my life to theirs. I had been so excited to come home, but now I just look at it all and wonder: Is it me?
Why hadn’t the world stood still here while I was gone? My room isn’t the same, my friends and I don’t share the same bond, and my parents don’t know how to treat me—or who I am, for that matter.
I get back to school feeling half-fulfilled, but not disappointed. I sit up in my bed in my dorm room, surrounded by my pictures, dolls. As I wonder what has happened, I realize that I can’t expect the world to stand still and move forward at the same time. I can’t change and expect that things at home will stay the same. I have to find comfort in what has changed and what is new; keep the memories, but live in the present. A few weeks later, I’m packing again, this time for winter break. My mom meets me at the curb. I have come home accepting the changes, not only in my surroundings, but most of all in me. 58．What can we infer about the writer? A．She is a high school student. B．She is a college student. C．She is a clerk in a school. D．She is a traveler. 59．What surprises the writer most? A．The living conditions of her parents. B．The decorations in her room. C．The meeting with her best friends. D．The things still staying the same. 60．What is this passage mainly about? A．The writer’s curiosity about the changes. B．The changes in the writer’s surroundings and in herself. C．The writer’s disappointment about the changes. D．The writer’s unwilling accepting of the changes. 第二节 根据对话内容，从对话后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。 W: ____61____ M: Yes. I’m looking for a nice gift for my wife. It’s her birthday tomorrow. W: Perhaps she would like a nice necklace. We have many for you to choose from. M: ____62____ W: Well, then. Maybe a ring or a watch would be nice. M: ____63____The one she’s wearing was passed down from her grandmother. So she’s always late for work. W: The gold one is pretty. M: Yes, it is. _____64____ W: Yes, they are. This watch usually costs 2500 yuan. But if you buy it now, I can give you 10 percent off. M: It’s very nice. I’ll take it. ____65____ W: Either will do. A．Sure. She really needs one. B．But are these diamonds real?
C．May I help you, sir? D．It’s very nice. E．Do you accept credit cards or cheques? F．Yes. She may need a new watch. G．I don’t know. She’s already got one.
第三部分 写作（共三节，满分 55 分） 第一节 单词拼写（共 10 小题；每小题 1 分，满分 10 分）
根据下列句子及所给汉语注释， 在句子右边的横线上写出空 缺处各单词的正确形式。 （每空只限一词）
66．Fear ______（传播）quickly through the village after they left. 67．China will launch 15 rockets, 17 ______（卫星）and the Shenzhou VII spacecraft in 2008. 68．In primitive times, people had no ______（手段）of communication. 69．I’m ______（稍微）upset she forgot my birthday. 70． During the torch relay for the 1996 Atlanta Games, a man ______ （骑） bicycle was carrying a the torch across a bridge in Washington State. 71．“Think before you act” is my ______（座右铭）. 72．Some parents feel ______（内疚）about not spending much time with their children. 73．The company has ______（失去）a lot of business to its competitors. 74．The workers might become even more ______（暴力）if they’re not given better treatment. 75．I’m sorry to hear that your new business didn’t make a ______（利润）last month. 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作出判断：如无错误，在该行右 边横线上画一个勾（√）；如有错误（每行只有一个错误），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，并也用斜 线划掉。 此行缺一个词：在缺词处加一个漏字符号（∧），在该行右边横线上写出该加的词。 此行错一个词：在错的词下划一横线，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。 Have you ever felt gap between you and your parents? 76．__________ You may complain that they were never satisfied with 77．__________ whichever you do. Remember you are not alone. Three 78．__________ school students share his stories in the movie I Am Not 79．__________ Stupid Too. It was the opened film of the 2007 Singapore 80．__________ Film Festival, that was held in Beijing. 81．__________ At the beginning of the film, the following question is being 82．__________ asked: When was the last time someone praise you? Tom, 15, 83．__________ can’t remember. He and his brother Jerry, 8, are the two leading 84．__________ characters in the movie. Their parents are busy but have little 85．__________
time for their children. 第二节 书面表达（满分 30 分） 随着社会的发展,世界各国之间的联系日益增多, 文化之间的传播也越来越多。受此影 响, 国内很多年轻人热衷过“圣诞节”、“情人节”等外国节日。你校的英语校报开设的 “Opinions” 栏目本期就在讨论对这一现象的看法。 请你用英语写一篇 120 词左右的文章, 向 校报投稿。文章主要内容包括： 1．分析为什么很多中国人喜欢过外国节日； 2．陈述你对这一现象的看法和观点。
单选 1—5ADBCB 6—10ADABC 11—15DBABD 16—20BCADA 完形 21—25 CBBCA 26—30 DBDAC 31—35 DDACA 36—40 BBCDB 阅读 41—45BADBA 46—49DBCA 50—53CDAB 54—57CDBA 58—60BCB 61—65CGFBE 单词拼写 66．spread 67．satellites 68．means 69．slightly 70．riding 71．motto 72．guilty 73．lost 74．violent 75．profit 短文改错 76．gap 前加 a 77．were 改为 are 78．whichever 改为 whatever 79．his 改为 their 80．opened 改为 opening 81．that 改为 which 82．being 去掉 83．praise 改为 praised 84．正确 85．but 改为 and 书面表达 Nowadays, people in China are increasingly interested in celebrating foreign festivals, especially those western festivals. Some people say celebrating Christmas or Valentine’s Day is just another way of recreation, nothing serious. Other people consider it as a fashion act, showing they are not “out”, and they also think western culture reveals much romance. The arising of celebrating foreign festivals clearly has something to do with the advancement of China’s economy. In my point of view, Christmas and other festivals celebrated in China have difference from the origin. They have lost their religious background and turned into a big occasion to have fun and enjoy life. Foreign festivals in China are more like carnivals giving people pleasure and enjoyment. They give people opportunities to relax and show appreciation and gratefulness. As society develops, many people in China, especially young people, celebrate more and more foreign festivals instead of our traditional festivals. They believe it is cool or fashionable. At the same time, they consider celebrating China’s festivals as out-dated. I don’t think this is good for younger generations or for our country. Firstly, traditional
festivals are an important part of China’s cultural heritage. They are unique and are precious treasures from our ancestors. If we don’t keep them, we will lose our own cultural characteristics. Secondly, our traditional festivals are, in fact, just as cool as a lot of foreign festivals. As our country becomes stronger, the world will learn much more about our culture and our festivals, just like our language becomes more and more popular in other countries.
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