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湖北省武汉市 2012 届高中毕业生五月供题训练(三)

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YCY 本试卷全卷满分 150 分。考试用耐 120 分钟。 第一部分:听力(共两节,满分 30 分) 做题时,先将答案划在试卷上。录音内容结束后。你将有两分钟的时间将卷上的答案转涂到答 题卡上。 第一节(共 5 小题:每题 1.5 分,满分 7.5 分) 听下面 5 段对话,

每段对话后有一小题,从题中所给的 A,B,C 三个选项中选出最佳选项,并标 在试卷的相应位置,听完每段对话后,你都有 15 秒钟的时间来回答有关小题和阅读下一小题。每段 对话仅读一遍。 1.What will the woman do? A.Look for the house keys. B.Go to work. C.Have an interview. 2.What does the woman advise the man to do? A.To start his car again, B.To go to the garage quickly. C.To contact the garage at once. 3.When is the next weather report? A.At 8:35. B.At 9:25. C.At 9:35. 4.Which means of transport will the woman adopt? A.The car. B.The bike. C.The bus. 5.What are the speakers doing? A.Visiting a museum. B.Drawing a picture. C.Commenting on a picture. 第二节 (共 15 小题;每题 1.5 分,满分 22.5 分) 听下面 5 段对话或独白。每段对话或独白后有几个小题,从题中所给的 A,B,C 三个选项中选 出最佳选项,并标在试卷的相应位置。听每段对话或独白前,你将有时间阅读各个小题,每小题 5 秒钟;听完后,每小题将给出 5 秒钟的作答时间。每段对话或独白读两遍。 听下面一段对话,回答第 6、7 题。 6.Where will Jack and his friends travel first? A.In America. B.In Australia. C.In France. 7.How will Jack and his friends get money? A.By selling pictures. B.By working part-time. C.By asking their parents. 听下面一段对话,回答第 8、9 题。 8.Why does the woman come to the cit y? A.To go on business. B.To visit her old friends. C.To take part in a swimming competition. 9.What does the wom an ask the man to do? B.Spare her some time. C.Deal with her luggage. A.Get up earlier. 听下面一段对话,回答第 10 至 12 题。
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10.Where is the Mini? A.Behind the La ncia. B.In front of the Citroen. C.Between the Volvo and the Toyota. 11.Why doesn't the woman like the Mini and the Citroen? A.They are slow. B.They are expensive. C.They haven't got enough room. 12.What is said a bout the Toyota? A.Its user-friendly. B.It does 38 miles per gallon. C.It's more expensive than the Citroen. 听下面一段对话,回答第 13 至 16 题。 13.What did the wo man expect to do? A.Live out of her home. B.Enter a college. C.Share a house with others. 14.How much does the woman have to pay for her tuition? A.$400. B.$500. C.$600. 15.How does the man plan to save money? A.By cycling to college. B.By cooking meals himself. C.By sharing a house with the woman. 16.What might the woman spend $300 on this term? A.Clothes. B.Books. C.Transport. 听下面一段独白,回答第 17 至 20 题。 17.What does informative advertising focus on? A.Telling the details of the product. B.Talking people into buying the product. C.Introducing special functions of the product. 18.What products is informative advertising often used for? A.Household products. B.Make-up. C.Office supplies. 19.What is mentioned as the third type of advertising? A.Informative advertising. B.Competitive advertising. C.Persuasive advertising. 20.What do we know about the third type of advertising? A.It is not allowed in some countries. B.It is not allowed to be used for some products. C.It can't refer to competitors' names in some countries. 第二部分:英语知识运用(共两节, 满分 30 分) 第一节:单项填空(共 10 小题,每小题 1 分,满分 10 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。 21.In human societies violence has a social ____: it is a strategy for creating or destroying forms of social order. A.element B.contribution
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C.target D.function 22.The project is to educate teens on the rules of safe driving and the severe ____ that can result if those rules are not followed. A.contribution B.outcome C.consequence D.punishment 23.We want the best for each individual child with ____ consideration for the interests of the other children. A.due B.vital C.actual D.concrete 24 . We ar e constantly introducing novel schemes and ____ options designed to suit individual circumstances and the current financial climat e. A.consistent B.relevant C.beneficial D.flexible 25.A short man appeared suddenly in the doorway, and Dave had to pull up ____ so as to avoid bumping into him. A.merely B.sharply C.shortly D.desperately 26.Their lack of qualifications ____ them to a lifetime of boring, usually poorly-paid work. A.devoted B.referred C.condemned D.classified 27.Banks must complete for customers who will ____ to another bank if they are dissatisfied with the service they receive. A.transfer B.switch C.appeal D.resolve 28.Some have described the United States as a melting pot where various racial and ethnic groups have been ____ into one culture. A.combined B.digested C.absorbed D.arranged 29.The pattern of sharing in tasks and in decisions ____ equality, and this in turn leads to further sharing. A.searches for B.makes for C.stands for D.calls for 30.Once the puzzle is finished, there's a special treat ____: Mickey and his friends will move around, speaking and singing well-known songs your children will love. A.in hand B.in need C.in charge D.in store 第二节 完型填空(共 20 小题;每小题 1 分,满分 20 分) 阅读下面短文,从短文后各题所给的四个选项(A、B、C 和 D)中,选出最佳选项,并在答题 卡上涂黑。 When I was a boy growing up in New Jersey in the 1960s, we had a milkman delivering milk to our 31 .His name was Mr.Basille.He wore a white cap and drove a white truck. As a 5 year-old boy, I couldn't take my eyes 32 the coin changer fixed to his belt.He 33 this one day during a delivery and gave me a quarter out of his coin changer. Of course, he delivered 34 milk.There was cheese, eggs and so on.If we needed to change our 35 , my mother would pen a note—“please 36 a bottle of buttermilk next delivery"—and place it in the box along with the 37 bottles.And then, the buttermilk would magically appear. All of this was about more than 38 .There existed a 39 relationship between families and their milkmen.Mr.Basilic even had a(n) 40 to our house, for those times when it was so cold outside that we put the box 41 , so that the milk wouldn’t 42 .And I remember Mr.Basille from time to time taking a break at our kitchen table, having a cup of tea and telling 43 about his delivery. There is 44 no home milk delivery today. companies allowed the production of cheaper milk, Big 45 making it difficult for milkmen to 46 .Besides, milk is 47 almost everywhere, and it may just not have been 48 to have a delivery service. my childhood memories. took it home and I Recently, an old milk box in the countryside I saw 49 planted it on the back porch.Every so often my son's friend will ask what it is.So I start telling stories of
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my boyhood, and of the milkman who brought us 50 along with his milk. 31.A.kitchen B.storeroom C.doorstep D.mailbox 32.A.in B.on C.away D.off 33.A.noticed B.spotted C.watched D.found 34.A.rather than B.more than C.other than D.less than 35.A.mind B.order C.book D.idea 36.A.add B.take C.give D.arrange 37.A.other B.full C.rest D.empty 38.A.coincidence B.consideration C.convenience D.contribution 39.A.close B.tense C.tight D.positive 40.A.letter B.key C.access D.way 41.A.outdoors B.downstairs C.indoors D.upstairs 42.A.freeze B.tease C.involve D.beat 43.A.stories B.differences C.lies D.misfortunes 44.A.interestingly B.luckily C.happily D.sadly 45.A.because B.for C.as D.thus 46.A.compare B.compete C.complain D.compose 47.A.drinkable B.available C.agreeable D.acceptable 48.A.legal B.logical C.formal D.practical 49.A.brought back B.brought in C.brought out D.brought up 50.A.relationship B.hope C.friendship D.comfort 第三部分:阅读理解(共 20 小题,每题 2 分,满分 40 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 The Ministry of Education in Singapore is releasing a new book this month that summarizes the thinking behind the model method for teaching math.The approach has drawn interest from many comers of the world thanks to the country's top performance on international exams.Last night, education officials and researchers from the US and Singapore highlighted some key differences between the two systems. Singapore's method is highly visual and explores fewer topics, but in greater depth.While Singapore's text books have an average of 34 lessons with 15 pages of explanation for each, much bulkier texts in the US include an average of 157 lessons, with about four pages of explanation per lesson. There arc some more surprising differences. Professional development is intensive for all teachers in Singapore, but strangely about half of the elementary teachers do not have university degrees.That is certain to change, though, as education standards for entering teachers are increasing, said Madame Low, the director of curriculum, planning and development with Singapore's Ministry of Education." Starting salaries for math teachers match public sector accountants or engineers.Teachers are treated as professionals," added Madame Low. Mentoring programs for new teachers in Singapore last five years! Teacher evaluations there are extremely comprehensive, and teachers who succeed receive bonuses worth one to three months of salary.Grades one and two have smaller class sizes—only 30 students.Students are taught in English, not their native tongue.Many are bilingual or trilingual. People often ask, how applicable is a successful model in Singapore to the more diverse and much larger US? I'm also interested in the practical challenges.Given that books in the US are written with state standards and assessments in mind, matching them up with another country's approach might be tough. What do you think? How applicable is a successful model in Singapore to the US?

51.The book released by the Ministry of Education in Singapore is about ____. A.teaching methods B.mathematic philosophy C.model math teachers D.solutions to mathematic models 52.From the book by the Ministry of Education in Singapore, we know ____. A.Singapore's math teachers offer more explanation in the class B.Singapore has as good math methods as the US C.mentoring programs in Singapore may benefit new teachers D.math teachers get higher salaries than the other teachers in Singapore 53.What is NOT stated but can be implied from the passage? A.Grades one and two have smaller class in Singapore. B.In Singapore, entering standards for teachers are lifted. C.In the US, higher degrees are required to become elementary teachers. D.Many students in Singapore can speak two languages, some even three. 54.By asking a question at the end of the passage, the author ____. A.questions if math education in Singapore is successful B.welcomes discussions on the US adaptation of Singapore methods C.firmly believes that the Singapore model can be applied to the US D.suggests that the US improve math education by adding state standards B Research by the Institute of Education (IOE) in London found that men who went to single-sex schools were not only more likely to be separated from a partner or divorced, but also more likely to be depressed by middle age. The chances of women having successful marriages were not affected by whether they were educated in mixed or single-sex schools.Separate research by the IOE found that going without boys was bene ficial for women in other ways since there was a " statistically significant positive association between single-sex schooling and wages for women". The study into marital success interviewed 17,000 adults who were taught in a range of schools including private boarding schools to state comprehensives.It found that single-sex education does not compromise the chances either of men or women of getting married. However, researchers found that boys educated on their own were more likely to divorce in later life.While for women, there was no significant link.The research also found men taught in boys' schools were more likely to suffer from depression by age 42—perhaps because of their increased chances of marital breakdown.But Professor Leonard's team was unable to identify why those men educated in a single-sex environment were more likely to divorce. The study asked married and cohabiting couples where men had attended both single-sex and mixed schools to rate how happy they were and found no marked difference in their happiness levels or willingness to share domestic chores. Mary Boust, general secretary of the Association of Teachers and Lecturers, said the IOE research confirmed what was always suspected."All the research shows single-sex schools are good for girls but bad for boys—both in terms of academic performance and socialization," she said. "Boys learn better when they are with girls and they actually learn to get on better. The findings were presented at a conference on " gender in education hosted by Perse School for Girls in Cambridge. 55.The researches made by the IOE indicate that ____. A.school model has little influence on women's marriage B.education is the main cause of middle age depression C.boys in single-sex schools are more likely not to get married
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D.mixed schools arc relatively better than single-sex schools 56.According to the passage, the single-sex education ____. A.comprises a wide range of schools B.has a close link with women's marriage C.infl uences men's chances of getting married D.may increase the risk of divorce for men in later life 57.The underlined word "cohabiting" probably means ____. A.living togather before getting married B. working together in a project C.having the same habit D.studying in the same school 58.According to the passage, Mary Boust suggests that ____. A.the IOE 's researches were suspected B.mixed school is a better choice for boys C.boys are better in academic performance than girls D.mixed schools are good to boys in terms of socialization only C Something's not quite right with t he climate. While global CO2 emissions have continued to swell, the global temperature rise has leveled off.Meanwhile, satellites and other observational tools indicate that the net heat retained by the planet has continued to increase, and that excess energy should be pushing up surface temperatures.But it's not. In fact, up to half the heat energy that was expected to fuel global wanning since 2003 has gone " missing. Kevin Trenberth and John Fasullo of the National Center for Atmospheric Research ( NCAR) M wonder where that heat may have gone—and what it could mean for the future of the climate. One possibility is that some of our measurements could be off.Although scientists have a lot of confidence in their ability to measure CO2 buildup and the energy balance in the atmosphere—the data used in the measurements comes from multiple sources, all of which, Fasullo says, "tell the same story"—our data on ocean temperatures isn't as good."Keeping track of temperature over the whole oceans isn't that easy," says Fasullo. So, it is likely that the missing heat is being trapped deep in the ocean, well below the 900m to 1,500m range of our surface sensors.But despite their vastness, the deep oceans have a limit, says Fasullo, who thinks they won't behave as a heat sink over the long term."That's not what we've seen over long time scales in the past," he says."We clearly know th e ocean can't absorb the heat indefinitely. Overall, the missing heat doesn't change expectations for future climate change, because the heat won't stay missing forever.Eventually it will resurface and impact the climate system, and the recent and deceptive reprieve from ra pid warming we've enjoyed will come to an expected end.When that will happen is unknown, but better science can give us a clearer idea."At the end of the day, the system will come back to balance, and that suggests temperature will end up increasing," says Fasullo.So it's still up to us to do something about it. 59.From the first paragraph, we can see that ____. A.surface temperature is pushing up day by day B.satellites and other observational tools are not accurate C.there is no great increase in surface temperature at present D.global CO2 emissions have made the planet warmer as expected 60.According to Fasullo's report, we can conclude that ____. A.the measurements of heats in ocean may not be exact

B.the global temperture rise has dropped down C.it still needs higher technical tools for measuring missing heat D.scientists have enough confidence in measuring CO2 emissions 61.Where is the missing heat likely to hide, as Fasullo expects? A.It may hide in our natural environment. B.It has sunk into ocean over the long term. C.It may be absorbed by large number of forests. D.It may be absorbed by deep ocean temporarily. 62.What can we learn from the last paragraph? A.Protecting our environment is necessary. B.The missing heat some day will affect our climate. C.The missing heat can make us relaxed in long term. D.the government should take measures to lessen CO2 emissions. D The UK's "hidden" debt mountain stands at an estimated £5bn, according to a new research today which reveals that as many as one in three consumers are keeping the full scale of their financial problems from their family.The research, for the Post Office, shows that while the average personal debt in the UK is £9,731.51, people only admit to owing half this when talking to a partner or member of their family. The new report exposes the serious emotional and physical consequences of covering up that debt, ranging from problems at work, sleepless nights and anxiety, to alcohol abuse. A recent report from the Commons public accounts committee said that in the UK, one person in 10 is struggling to manage their debts, while the total of all personal debt is some £1,500bn.It warned that a government strategy to help consumers struggling with record levels of debt was "seriously deficient" because of poor management and a lack of leadership. research was commissioned by the Post Office and carried out online by One Poll, The which surveyed 2,258 UK consumers. Doug Strachan, director of financial services at the Post Office, said, " The recession has put a massive strain on many families and people may be, for the first time, experiencing levels of debt that they cannot control.The most important thing to remember is that if you do need to borrow money, make sure you are responsible about it and set out a clear repayment plan. Managing the debt effectively can mean there is no need to experience the terrible emotional and physical symptoms hiding debt can result in." Donna Dawson, psychologist specializing in personality, behavior and relationships, said the knock-on effects were enormous, " hiding the extent of debt from a partner or family member may give us a false sense of control or independence, but the reality is that our mental and physical health suffers—and once uncovered, the health of our loved ones suffers as well. The irony is that the very things we are trying to protect—our trustworthiness and our good self-image—are lost anyway, when all becomes revealed. 63.According to the new research, we can learn that____. A.every family has serious financial problems B.the UK's debt to other countries amounts to £5bn C.the UK's economy is in great trouble due to "hidden" debt D.people hide the debt from their partners or families to some extent 64.A recent report from the Commons public tells us that ____. A.the relevant government strategy has some shortcomings B.everyone who covers up debts in the UK tries their best to make it up C.there are serious emotional and physical consequences of covering debts D.governments should take more effective measures to overcome consumers' debts
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65.According to Doug Strachan's words, we can see that____. A.people should not borrow money at any time B.the recession is the root for getting trouble in debts C.people should make effective plans to pay the debts D.hiding debts from their families is harmful to themselves 66.This passage mainly tells the readers ____. A.the phenomenon of people's hiding debt in the UK B.the cause of people's hiding debt in the UK C.the measures of dealing with hiding debt D.the effect of hiding debt E Could smells affect your lifespan? Female fruit flies rid of the ability to smell food outlive their peers.The sense of smell may be linked to the cellular ageing process in many other organisms—even people.A link has recently been found between sensory experiences and lifespan in both worms and flies. example, Scott Pletcher, a biologist at the University of Michigan, found that eliminating (消除) For fruit flies' abi lity to smell enabled them to live nearly 20 percent longer than flies with an intact sense of smell. Pletcher's team reasoned that food smells were the ones most likely to affect ageing, as nutrition and longevity are known to be linked in many organisms.To test the idea that food odors affect lifespan, Pletcher's team eliminated flies' ability to smell carbon dioxide, which is produced by some fly foods. They left the rest of the smelling system intact. This intervention had no effect on male flies, but the females lived 30 percent longer than normal.Pletcher thinks eliminating the ability to smell CO2 may deprive flies of information about food availability.This could signal to cells that food is scarce, causing processes that promote survival.Indeed, his team found that the CO2 -insensitive female flies stored extra fat and that both males and females immune to CO2 were more resistant to stress than normal flies.Pletcher isn't sure why the change in his fruit flies only affected the lifespan of the females, but he suggests that females may simply be more sensitive to the odor of CO2. A smell or taste that stretches lifespan in humans could be a potential preventative for age-related disease, he adds.Although in fruit flies it appears to be the smell of CO2 that affects ageing, he says that an analogue in humans might be a smell or taste linked to human food—or a lack of it.Matt Kaeberlein studies ageing at the University of Washington in Seattle. He cautions that we don't know whether ageing and smell are linked in mammals.But " we definitely undergo physiological changes in response to smelling food—I'm getting hungry just thinking about it—so I think it's possible." 67.The purpose of the study by Scott Pletcher is to ____. A.show there is the best way to make lifespan longer B.tell us we should eliminate our smell ability to live long C.show the sense of smell can affect the cellular ageing process D.explain female fruit flies without ability to smell odor can live longer 68.Pletcher's team does some researches to prove ____. A.the immune system of flies to chemicals B.the links between nutrition and longevity C.the importance of food odors to our humans D.the connections between food odors and lifespan 69.According to the results of Pletcher's study, we can see that ____.
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A.male flies in general can live longer than female flies B.flies without ability to smell is inspired to find food in another way C.both male and female flies can live longer without the ability to smell D.flies without ability to smell can also get information about food availability 70.Which of the following best describes the passage as a whole? A.Female flies are insensitive to CO2. B.Smells could affect humans' lifespan. C.The sense of smell is vital to humans' he alth. D.Female fmit flies can live longer than male flies. 第四部分:书面表达(共两节,满分 50 分 第一节:完成句子(共 10 小题;每小题 2 分,满分 20 分) 阅读下列各小题,根据所给汉语提示,用句末括号内的英语单词完成句子,并将答案写在答题 卡上的相应题号后。 71.She felt quite excited with so many people ____. (approve) 有这么多人赞同她的决定,她感到很激动。 72.Using a washing machine means ____ as washing by hand. (use) 机洗意味着用水是手洗的三倍。 73.He offers me a piece of advice, ____ to the research work. (value) 他给我一条建议,我认为这对我的研究很有价值。 . 74.The rooms were in a total mess when we came back from work—the house seemed (break) 当我们下班回刭家时,发现屋子里一片狼藉—好像有人闯进来过。 75.Thanks, mum.But you actually ____ my papers.Please let me manage it myself next time. (sort) 谢谢,妈妈。但你不必替我整理试卷。下次请让我自己来。 76.____ twice, the postman refused to deliver our letters unless we have our dog chained. (bite) 被咬过两次后,这个邮递员拒绝送信,除非我们把狗拴住。 77.In the past two years.Some modem teaching equipment as well as hundreds of computers____ to schools in the rural areas. send) ( 在过去的两年里,一些现代化的教学实施和上百台电脑被送到了乡村的学校。 78. experiment shows at proper amount of exercise, if The regularly, can improve our health, (carry) 这项实验表明,有规律进行适量的运动,能增进我们的健康。 79.The representatives all applauded his proposal education. (assess) 代表们赞同他的提案,即每个孩子都应有平等机会接受教育。 80.So that we simply could not concentrate on our homework. noise) ( 他们太吵了我们简直没法集中注意力写作业。 第二节:短文写作(共 l 小题;满分 30 分) 请根据以下提示,用英语写一篇短文。 Should a city try to preserve its old, historic buildings or destroy them and replace them with modern buildings? Use specific reasons and examples to support your opinion. 注意:①无须写标题,除诗歌外,文体不限; ②文中不得透漏个人姓名和学校名称; ③词数为 120 左右。
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