高三英语复习测试题 130 分（二十） 第一部分：英语知识运用（共两节， 满分 45 分） 第一节：单项填空（共 30 小题； 每小题 1 分，满分 30 分） 1. --- Could I borrow that new book you bought, please? ---______ A.I don’t know. B.That’s wonderful. C.You go
ahead. D.Oh, come on. 2. ---Would you please take a message for me when you see Kate? --- ______ A. By no means B. By this means C. By means of D. By all means 3. Oranges are usually sold by ______weight, and eggs are sometimes sold by ______ dozen. A. the; the B. /; the C. /; a D. the; a 4.---Does your brother serve in the army? ---No, not now. But he _____ in the army for 8 years. A. would serve B. served C. had served D. was serving 5. ______, they had no chance of winning the war. A. As they fought bravely B. Bravely though they fought C. Brave as they fought D. Now that they fought bravely 6. As we all know, ______ medical examination will help us find out health problems as early as Possible. A. normal B. general C. common D. regular 7. During the summer vacation we went back to the school ______ to pay a visit to our teachers though it was ______ hot. A. especially; in particular B. specially; especially C. special; especial D. particularly; specially 8. ______ others might have been satisfied, Dawson had higher ambitions. A. What B. Why C. Which D. Where 9. Could you ______ this 10-dollar bill so I can make a phone call? A. divide B. tear C. break D. cut 10. If you ______ be in time for the early bus, be sure to get up before five in the morning. A. are to B. are about to C. will D. are due to 11. The small mountain village ______ we spent our holiday last month lies in ______ is now part of Hubei. A. which; where B. where; what C. that; which D. when; which 12. ---Is there any particular soup you would like to have? --- ____ you select is all right with me. A. Whatever B. Anyone C. No matter what D. Whichever 13. Mr. and Mrs. Scot prefer a restaurant in a small town to ______ in so large a city as New York. A. that B. the one C. one D. it 14. There ______ nothing to talk about, everyone in the room remained silent. A. was B. had C. being D. having 15. ______ different good manners may be in different countries, the principles of good manners is always the same. A. Although B. However C. Despite D. No matter 16. ---Mom, I can’t see any point in working hard at all the subjects at school. ---Come on, dear. Years of hard work will surely ______ in the future of your career. A. make sure B. pay off C. bring back D. put up 17. The door and the windows were all closed and there was no ______ of forced entry. A. scene B. show C. sign D. sight 18. At last, we found ourselves in a pleasant park with trees providing shade and ______ down to eat our picnic lunch. A. sitting B. having sat C. to sit D. sat 19. ---How did your students express their thanks to you on Teachers’Day? ---A gift together with many flowers ______ sent to me. A. Is B. are C. was D. were
20. ---Do remember to charge the battery 12 hours when you first use it. ---______. A. Made it B. Got it C. Understood it D. Remembered it 21.Rosy came in for ____coffee and told me ______ firecrackers outside kept her awake last night. A. a; the B. 不填; the C. the; a D. a;不填 Little Tom went to the stadium in a hurry, only ______ the game had been put off. A.being informed B. informed C. to be informed D. to informed 22. —Amazing! You ______ come to the party in such a fancy dress. —Don’t you know it’s a fashion? A.must B. will C. could D. should 24. Some children want to challenge themselves by learning a language different from ______ their parents speak at home. A. what B. that C. which D. one 25. Nowadays food safety is a big problem and nobody can guarantee all foods are safe to us, but food produced in the normal companies is ______ better. A. strictly B. absolutely C. relatively D. exactly 26. This program can give you a lift at work, ______ increase your income by 50%. A. as long as B. as well as C. so much as D. as soon as 27—How much did the guy ___ you to fix your bicycle? —I don’t remember, but it was quite a lot. A. cost B. spend C. charge D. take 28. Some of the members demanded to know why they had been kept ______ the true facts until they reached the present important stage. A. in view of B. in honor of C. in place of D. in ignorance of 29. —Have you got the results of the final exam? —Not yet. It will be a few days ______ we know the full results. A. before B. after C. until D. when 30. —Are you ______with doing a lot of homework every day? —Sometimes I am. But as a student, we have to do so at present. A. satisfied B. encouraged C. bored D. pleased 第二节 完形填空（共 15 小题；每小题 1 分，满分 15 分） One day, when I was a freshman （一年级学生） in high school, I saw a kid named Kyle from my class walking home from school with all of his books. I thought to myself, “ 36 would anyone bring home all his books for the weekend? He must really be 37 .” As I was walking, I saw several kids running toward him. They ran at him, 38 all his books out of his arms and he fell down in the dirt. His glasses went flying and 39 in the grass about ten feet away from him. I ran over to him. As I handed him his glasses, he looked at me and said, “Hey, thanks!” I helped him pick up his books, and asked him where he lived. As it 40 , he lived near me. We talked all the way home. He turned out to be a pretty cool kid. Over the next four years, Kyle and I became best friends. Kyle was the 41 student of our class, one of those guys that really found themselves during high school. He had to prepare a speech on the graduation day, and I could see that he was 42 about his speech. So, I patted him on the back and said, “Hey, big guy, don’t worry. You'll be 43 !” He looked at me and smiled. At graduation, he cleared his throat, and began. “Graduation is a time to 44 those who helped you make it through those 45 years. Your parents, your teachers…, but mostly your friends. I am here to tell all of you that being a friend to someone is the best 46 you can give them. I am going to tell you a 47 .”
I just looked at my friend with disbelief as he told the story of the first day we met. He had planned to 48 himself over the weekend and was carrying his stuff home. He looked at me and gave me a little smile. “Thankfully, I was saved. My friend saved me from doing the unspeakable.” Not until that moment did I realize that you should never underestimate(低估) the 49 of your actions. With one small gesture you can 50 a person’s life, for better or for worse. 36. A. What B. When C. Why D. Where 37. A. stupid B. reliable C. confident D. violent 38. A. throwing B. knocking C. taking D. rolling 39. A. hung B. moved C. broken D. landed 40. A. passed by B. turned out C. went on D. came up 41. A. top B. hardest C. favorite D. luckiest 42. A. excited B. nervous C. proud D. certain 43. A. great B. famous C. moved D. surprised 44. A. reward B. remember C. thank D. congratulate 45. A. happy B. amazing C. old D. tough 46. A. chance B. gift C. help D. favor 47. A. secret B. tradition C. story D. theory 48. A. kill B. enjoy C. test D. worry 49. A. service B. purpose C. power D. meaning 50. A. arrange B. change C. save D. understand 第二部分：阅读理解（每小题2分，满分40分） A We spent a day in the country, picking wild flowers. With the car full of flowers we were going home. On our way back my wife noticed a cupboard outside a furniture shop. It was tall and narrow. “Buy it,” my wife said at once. “We’ll carry it home on the roof rack. I’ve always wanted one like that.” What could I do? Ten minutes later I was ￡20 poorer; and the cupboard was tied on the roof rack. It was six feet long and eighteen inches square, quite heavy too. In the gathering darkness I drove slowly. Other drivers seemed unusually polite that evening. The police even stopped traffic to let us through. Carrying furniture was a good idea. After a time my wife said, “There’s a long line of cars behind. Why don’t they overtake, I wonder?” In fact a police car did overtake. The two officers inside looked at us seriously as they passed. But then, with great kindness, they led us through the rush-hour traffic. The police car stopped at our village church. One of the officers came to me. “Right, sir,” he said. “Do you need any more help?” I was a bit puzzled.“Thanks, officer,” I said.“You have been very kind. I live just on the road.” He was staring at our car, first at the flowers, then at the cupboard. “ Well, well, ” he said,laughing. “It’s a cupboard you’ve got there! We thought it was something else.” My wife began to laugh. The truth hit me like a stone between the eyes. I smiled at the officer. “Yes, it’s a cupboard, but thanks again.” I drove home as fast as I could. 51. In fact the husband _______ the cupboard. A. would like very much to buy B. badly wanted C. was glad to have bought D. would rather not buy
52. Other drivers didn’t overtake the couple’s car because _______. A. the rush-hour traffic was too busy B. they wanted to show their respect C. their cars couldn’t run fast D. the couple were very important people 53. The police thought they were _______. A. carrying a cupboard to the church B. sending flowers to the church C. carrying nothing but a piece of furniture D. going to attend a funeral at the church 54. What did the husband think of this matter? A. It was very strange. B. He felt ashamed of it. C. He took great pride in it. D. He was puzzled at it. B Mark Twain pointed out that if work were so pleasant, the rich would keep it for themselves.But however much people may think they dislike work, everyone has a deep psychological need for it. Everyone wants to be valued, and wages and salaries are the visible proof that we matter. Not all kinds of work qualify, however. No matter how worthwhile or demanding they might be, bringing up children, housework and part-time jobs are not usually seen as “proper jobs”. The only “proper job” is one that provides paid employment. Being paid for a job in our society means higher personal status. Of course we would also prefer work to be useful, pleasant and interesting and also well paid. But you don’t really have to enjoy your work to get pleasure from it. The fact that we have to overcome some difficulties, that we have to deal with daily tasks, in some way gives us pleasure.For example, having to be in a particular place at a particular time, working as part of a team towards a common goal, gives us a sense of purpose. The modern workplace also provides somewhere where people can assert(维护宣称) their identity or create a new one. Without work many people become untidy and lazy, and find they are unable to enjoy the spare time which is available to them. When some people retire from work, they lose their sense of value and purpose. For most of their lives, their personality, self-image and status have been shown clearly by work; without it they lose their desire for life. People who suddenly lose their jobs can find the situation particularly difficult. At a single stroke they lose all the advantages and status that a paid job provides. In a culture controlled by work, they are seen by those with jobs as incompetent or lazy. It is little wonder that stress and illness take place more frequently among the unemployed. Employment is now changing, however. Information technology has already significantly changed the world of work. For many, the idea of a job for life is no longer realistic. Many people working at home. This means that we may no longer be able to depend on work to define(界 定)ourselves and our position in society, and that we will have to find new ways to give our lives a sense of value and purpose. 55. What can you infer from Mark Twain’s words (Paragraph 1)? A. The rich enjoy working more. B. Working is not an enjoyable thing. C. The rich should keep all the work for themselves. D. Hard working makes people rich and satisfied. 56. Why do all the people have a need for work? A. Everyone wants to become wealthy. B. Working helps people overcome difficulties. C. Everyone needs money and wants to be paid. D. Working gives people a sense of value. 57. What can we learn from the text about people without work?
A. They enjoy their free time. B. They develop a better self-image. C. They have difficulty dealing with the change. D. They seldom suffer from illness or stress. 58. The arrival of information technology has _____. A. increased people’s enjoyment of work B. made work more competitive C. made the workplace unnecessary D. changed people’s attitudes to work C New Annotated Sherlock Holmes by Arthur Conan Doyle Price: ￡28.00 Publication Date: 30/11/2006 Publisher’s description Collects Doyle’ s fifty-six classic short stories, arranged in the order in which they appeared in late nineteenth and early twentieth-century book editions, in a set complemented by four novels,editor biographies (传记) of Doyle, Holmes, and Watson as well as literary and cultural details about Victorian society. Breaking Ground by Daniel Libeskind Price: ￡16.00 Publication Date: 11/10/2006 Brief introduction This is a book about the adventure life that can offer each of us if we seize it, and about the powerful forces of tragedy, memory and hope. For Daniel Libeskind, life’s adventure has been through architecture, which he has found has the power to reshape human experience. Although often relating to the past, his buildings are about the future. This memoir (自传) of one man’s journey brings together history, personal experience, our physical environment and a fresh international vision. In the Shadow of No Towers by Art Spiegelman Price：￡16.00 Publication Date: 02/09/2006 Brief introduction On 11th September 2001, Art Spiegelman raced to the World Trade Center, not knowing if his daughter Nadja was alive or dead. Once she was found safe -- in her school at the foot of the burning towers -- he returned home, to meditate (反省) on the trauma (创伤), and to work on a comic strip (连环漫画). In the Shadow of No Towers is New Yorker Art Spiegelman’s extraordinary account of “the hijacking on 9.11 and the following hijacking of those events” by America. Light on Snow by Anita Shreve Price: ￡14.00 Publication Date: 07/10/2006 Publisher’s description This is the 11th novel by Anita Shreve, the critically accepted bestseller. A moving story of love and courage and tragedy and of the ways in which the human heart always seeks to heal itself. 59. Who is the writer of the book latest published among the four books? A．Arthur Conan Doyle . B．Daniel Libeskind. C．Art Spiegelman. D．Anita Shreve. 60．If one would like to know something about cultural details about Victorian society, he or she may read ______.
A．Light on Snow B．In the Shadow of No Towers C．Breaking Ground D．New Annotated Sherlock Holmes 61．Of the four books listed above, there are two referring to tragedies. They are ______. A．Light on Snow & Breaking Ground B．In the Shadow of No Towers & Breaking Ground C．Light on Snow & In the Shadow of No Towers D．New Annotated Sherlock Holmes & In the Shadow of No Towers D TV is an excellent resource for hearing and listening to English. The pictures help you understand what is being said and TV news is an ideal way to help improve your listening ability because within a short period of time the same news is often repeated. This means that you can watch basically the same news program several times within a day and that every succeeding program will help you to understand what is being said. These preparatory steps are very important before your listening: ● Find out which news report you want to listen to, when and on what channel. CCTV 9 is a good choice because this is China’s English channel and has regular news reports. ● Just watch the news reports for a few days first, before requiring yourself to understand the stories. Give yourself time to get familiar with the newsreaders and their accents. You should also get an idea of the structure of the entire report as well as the structure of a typical news story. ● Watch the news in Chinese first. This will tell you what the main news items are and help prepare you for understanding news reports in English. While listening, you should pay attention to a few things that you may try to do: ● You can aim at just getting what a story is about. Give a one-to -tow-sentence description after each story. ● Put forward a few questions to yourself about a story, and then seek to answer them from your listening. You can do this by stopping the tape as soon as the headline is read to you. ● Your may write a full transcript(抄本) of a story to practice intensive listening. This may bring to notice listening problems that have skipped your attention when you only concentrate on the content. Even though the listening part is over, some follow-up activities will help you reinforce(加强) your learning. You may talk about the news with one or more friends. This provides an opportunity to produce a summary or express your thoughts in a brief article. 62. The underlined word “succeeding” most probably means ______. A. funny B. next C. good D. famous 63. Which of the following is NOT mentioned in the passage? A. Getting ready for news listening. B. Making suggestions while listening. C. Doing follow-up activities after listening. D. Listening practice after the proposal. 64. Which of the following statements is true according to the passage? A. The pictures on TV are helpful to your written English and spoken English. B. CCTV 9 is a good choice because there are all excellent foreign newsreaders. C. You may get a general idea about a story by using one or two sentence. D. You may use the whole transcript of a story to practice your writing ability. 65. The best title for this passage may probably be ______. A. How to Listen Step by Step B. How to Improve Your Listening C. How to Learn from Listening D. How to Listen to TV News E The National Park Service in the United State will mark its one hundredth anniversary in 2016. As it nears its second century, the Park Service plans to increase its educational programs for students and teachers. The plans include transportation support for one hundred thousand students each year to visit national parks to learn about nature and history. Yellowstone is believed to have been the world's
first national park when it was established in 1872. Other students will get a chance to see parks in faraway places through Skype and other online programs. The National Park Service also works with partners to provide education. One of its partners is a nonprofit organization called NatureBridge. NatureBridge is celebrating its fortieth anniversary and says one million young people have taken part in its programs. The organization works with students from kindergarten through twelfth grade and uses national parks as its classrooms. It provides field science programs at Yosemite National Park and four other locations in California and the northwestern state of Washington. Now, NatureBridge is launching an East Coast center with a four-million-dollar grant from Google. The program will begin in April at the Prince William Forest Park in Virginia. Students stay for three to five days in NatureBridge programs. The activities are aimed at developing their science skills. For example, they learn about different soils and study water quality under a microscope. Jason Morris is executive vice president of NatureBridge. He says when they are not sleeping, eating or in a laboratory, the students spend their time outdoors. Julia Washburn is associate director of education and interpretation for the National Park Service. She says in a time of budget cuts, the agency has to find ways to still meet its goals. And one of the most important services that the Park Services provide every day is nature interpretation. 66．You can probably red this text in the section of . A．Education B．Travel C．Entertainment D．Health 67．Which of the following is true of the National Park Service? A．It plans to make NatureBridge its branch. B．It provides programs for college students. C． It was established earlier than Yellowstone. D． It offered some educational programs before. 68．According to the text, NatureGidge . A．finances all the programs alone B．is aimed at laboratory activities C．has benefited quite as lot of students D．provides online field science programs 69．What will be further talked about after the last paragraph? A．Ways to raise money. B．Budget cuts. C．Better services. D．Nature interpretation. 70．The text is intended to tell us that . A．students are encouraged to learn about nature and history B．more educational programs will be started in national parks C．NatureGridge plans to work with the National Park Service D．the National Park Service will celebrate its 100th anniversary 第三部分 书面表达 （共三节，满分 45 分） 第一节 单词拼写（共 10 小题，每题 1 分，共 10 分） 1) Make sure you g________ the rope with both hands when climbing the tree. 2）He r____________ no to the first question. 3) This city is in ____________ (急迫的) need of doctors. 4) The weather f___________ said that there would be sunny intervals and showers. 5) What she said sounded convincing, but we s__________ it to be a lie. 6) Many experts _____________(提倡) rewarding your child for good behavior. 7) Don’t ____________ (耽误，延迟) apologizing, or you will lose the best chance.
8) He s___________ the chance of a trip to Singapore. 9) We have______________(采纳了) their teaching way. 10) Have you ___________(咨询) your doctor about your illness? 第二节 阅读表达 （共 5 小题；每小题 2 分， 共 10 分） Colonel Sanders went to more than 1,000 places attempting to sell his chicken recipe before he spotted an interested buyer. The fact that we can purchase Kentucky Fried Chicken today proves his steady determination. Thomas Edison attempted almost 10,000 times before he succeeded in creating the electric light. If he had given up, ___________________! The original business plan for what was to become Federal Express was given a failing grade on Fred Smith’s college exam. And, in the early days, their employees would cash their pay checks at branch stores rather than banks. This meant it would take longer for the money to clear, therefore giving Fed Ex more time to cover their payroll. Sylvester Stallone had been turned down a thousand times by agents and was down to his last $ 600 before he found a company that would produce Rocky. The rest is history! To truly succeed requires a total commitment to your goal. A large majority of people make the mistake of quitting just short of success. If you really have faith in what you are doing, give it all you’ve got and don’t give up. You will succeed. There is no such thing as failure. Every action produces an outcome, which may not always be the outcome you are looking for, but it is an outcome, however. If you monitor the results of your actions and keep correcting what is not working, you will eventually achieve the result you are looking for. Ray Kroc, the late founder of McDonalds, put it best when he said: “ Nothing in this world can take the place of constant efforts. Talent will not; nothing is more common than unsuccessful men with great talent. Genius will not. Un-rewarded genius is almost a proverb. Education will not. The world is full of the educated abandoned. Constant efforts, determination and love are all-powerful.” 81. What is the best title of this passage? (please answer within 8 words) _______________________________________________________________________________ 82. Why does the writer use the examples of Colonel Sanders, Thomas Edison, Fred Smith and Sylvester Stallone? ( please answer within 15 words) _______________________________________________________________________________ 83.Fill in the blank in Paragraph 1 with proper words ( please answer within 10 words ) _______________________________________________________________________________ 84.Which sentence in the passage is the closest in meaning to the following one? Many people aren’t able to stick to their goal until they really succeed. _______________________________________________________________________________ 85 Translate the underlined sentence in Paragraph 4 into Chinese. _______________________________________________________________________________ _______________________________________________________________________________ 第三节 作文 （25 分） 假如你叫李华， 是济南市某中学学生。 最近你校在为一批来自英国的学生征寻住宿家庭， 你有意申请。请根据下表提供的信息用英语给校长写封信，说明你申请的理由。 申请理由 住房条件 宽敞、整洁，环境优美
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擅长英语，父母是英语教授，不会有交流困难 上个月刚刚接待过两名美国学生 父亲可驾车陪同参观附近的名胜 ……(内容由考生自己添加)
注意： 1．文章必须包括所有要点。 2．词数：100-120。信的开头已为你写好，不计入总词数。 Dear sir, I’m writing to request a valuable chance to be one of the host families for the British students.
Yours sincerely, LiHua 单项填空 1-5 CDBBB 6-10 DBDAA 11-15 BDCCB 16-20 BCDCB21-25 ACDAC 26-30 BCDAC 完形填空 36-40 CABDB 41-45 ABACD 46-50 BCACB 阅读理解 51-54 DBBB 55-58 BDCD 59-61 ADA 62-65BDCD 66-70.ADCDB 单词拼写 1) grasp 2) responded 3) urgent 4) forecast 5) suspected 6) advocate/advocated 7) delay 8) seized 9) adopted 10) consulted 阅读表达 81. Never give up and believe in yourself/ Be confident in yourself 82. To tell us that we should stick to our goal until we succeed. 83. we would still be in the dark now/ we would have no electric light now 84. A large majority of people make the mistake of quitting just short of success. 85. 倘若你能对自己的行为结果进行监控，随时改正有问题的地方，最终你会达到你所寻求 的结果。 书面表达： Dear sir, I'm writing to request a valuable chance to be one of the host families for the British students. We have a large and clean house, which lies in a beautiful area of the city. I' m good at English and my parents axe both professors of English, so I' m sure we won' t have any difficulty communicating with English speakers. My father is an excellent driver and we WIU be very glad to show foreign students around some nearby places of interest in our own car. Last month we received two American students. We had a great time. Besides, my mother cooks well,so the students will be able to enjoy delicious Chinese food. I would greatly appreciate it if I could have the chance to make friends with them. Looking forward to your reply. Yours sincerely, Li Hua
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