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黄浦区 2010 学年度第一学期期终基础学业测评 高三英语试卷 (完卷时间: 120 分钟 满分: 150 分) 2011 年 1 月 12 日下午 第I卷 I. Listening Comprehension Section A Short

Conversations 1. A. A dentist. B. A doctor. C. A repairman. D. A waiter. 2. A. Music. B. Pop stars. C. Shopping. D. Travelling. 3. A. In a cinema. B. In a bookstore. C. In a restaurant. D. In a department store. 4. A. A gift. B. Christmas. C. Living room. D. The son. 5. A. July 9. B. July 19. C. July 20. D. July 29. 6. A. Classmates. B. Colleagues. C. Husband and wife. D. Teacher and student. 7. A. Working on the bus. B. Being late for the class. C. Walking to the classroom. D. Waiting for the bus to come. 8. A. The man is moving to his new flat. B. The man has just moved into the new flat. C. The man is helping the woman with her new flat. D. The man is too busy to keep his new flat in order. 9. A. Excited. B. Indifferent. C. Surprised. D. Uninterested. 10. A. He visited the Big Ben Tower last winter. B. He has visited the Big Ben Tower once. C. He has visited the Big Ben Tower twice. D. He will visit the Big Ben Tower in June. Section B Passages Questions 11 through 13 are based on the following passage. 11. A. To improve physical fitness. B. To develop leadership skills. C. To improve personal relations. D. To cultivate adventurous spirit. 12. A. 8 days. B. 12 days. C. 20 days. D. 32 days. 13. A. Interest. B. Enough money. C. Past experience. D. Start-of-program test. Questions 14 through 16 are based on the following passage. 14. A. The woman insisted on going home. B. The police made inquiries about the woman. C. The policeman rushed the woman to the nearest hospital. D. The unknown creatures carried out some tests on the woman. 15. A. They were polite. B. They looked strange. C. They talked to the woman. D. They forced the woman to stay with them. 16. A. A Strange Couple B.A Helpful Policeman C. An Unsolved Mystery D. Some strange creatures Section C Longer Conversations Blanks 17 through 20 are based on the following conversation. Where was the man for a year? What did he do there? How’s the nightlife in Toronto? Which sport’s great in Banff? In __17__. He studied English and __18__ a lot. __19__. __20__.

Complete the form. Write ONE WORD OR NUMBER for each answer.

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Blanks 21 through 24 are based on the following conversation. When did the woman go to India? What did the students buy in Tokyo? Which subjects did the woman study? What is sitar? In __21__, 1999. __22__ and many other things. Indian __23__. __24__.

Complete the form. Write NO MORE THAN THREE WORDS for each answer. II. Grammar and Vocabulary Section A 25. We are all born _____ a sense of direction, but it is not properly understood how it works. A. of B. with C. by D. into 26. Tommy and his younger sister play together, but their brother likes being by _____. A. oneself B. herself C. themselves D. himself 27.I wonder why Jenny _____ to us recently. We should have heard from her by now. A. doesn’t write B. hasn’t written C. won’t write D. hadn’t written 28.Was it during the Second World War _____ he died? A. when B. that C. in which D. then 29. There is still a long way to go _____ the above questions could be answered. A. once B. when C. after D. before 30. Some people were _____ at performing a particular task than others, so they began to specialize in what they were good at doing. A. poorer B. best C. better D. good 31. –That’s Mr Smith, the bank manager, who’s wearing a pair of shorts. – He _____ on holiday. A. must be B. should have been C. might have been D. can’t be 32. The kill is the exciting moment in the life of the lions, since they spend most of their time, about 20 hours a day, _____. A. to sleep B. to be sleeping C. sleeping D. slept 33. The Saraha Festival _____ to the same dates each year, but generally takes place in November or December. A. will be fixed B. doesn’t fix C. is not fixed D. is fixed 34. The manager, _____ it clear to us that he didn’t agree with us, left the meeting room A. to make B. made C. being made D. having made 35. We will discuss _____ information is, or can be, organized in the course of Journalism. A. that B. what C. whether D. how 36. _____ a successful fish scientist, you need to have a curious mind and be able to work on your own. A. Become B. To become C. Becoming D. Having become 37. The first reality TV show in the world _____ Expedition Robinson was shown in Sweden in 1997. A. called B. having been called C. calling D. to be called 38. _____ makes the working class differ from peasants is longer periods of employment and more fixed incomes. A. That B. How C. What D. Whether 39. _____ there are two different results, scientists now generally agree that some kinds of dinosaurs lived in big groups. A. Though B. If C. As long as D. Unless 40. The Environment Agency took over the role of flood warning from the police _____ had to go door to door to get the news out. A. who B. which C. where D. /
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Section B A. accidentally F. explaining B. applying G. reflect C. connections H. thoughtfully D. defined I. trends E. examples J. various

A mathematics teacher asks her students to design a floor plan for a community center, including dance areas and a place for a band. Why? Because such a design will involve several geometric(几何的)shapes and a/an __41__ area, and the students must use what they have studied about the computation of area to make an effective plan. A history teacher asks his students to __42__ on and write about their experiences holding jobs and their relationships with their employers. Why? Because the students will soon be studying the Industrial Revolution, focusing on how it shaped the experiences of and relationships among members of __43__ social classes in the United States. A science teacher asks her students to prepare statements __44__ their position on whether the president should sign an international environmental treaty. Why? Because preparing these statements will engage the students in assessing and __45__ a number of scientific views on global warming. Anyone alert to current __46__ in teaching practice will not be surprised by these examples. They illustrate the practice on the part of many teachers to engage students more __47__ in the subject matter they are learning by helping students to draw __48__ between their lives and the subject matter, between principles and practice, past and present, and present and future. Yet there is also something unusual about these __49__: not what appears on the surface but what lies underneath it. These three learning activities were developed with the help of a simple set of guidelines called the Teaching for Understanding Framework. III. Reading Comprehension Section A For many parents, raising a teenager is like fighting a long war, but years go by without any clear winner. Like a border conflict between __50__ countries, the parent-teen war is about boundaries: Where is the line between what I __51__ and what you do? Both sides want peace, but neither feels it has any power to stop the conflict. __52__, this is because neither is willing to admit any responsibility for __53__ it. From the parents’ point of view, the only cause of their fight is their children’s complete __54__. And of course, the teens see it in exactly the same way, except __55__. Both feel trapped. In this article, I'll describe three no-win __56__ that commonly arise between teens and parents and then suggest some ways out of the __57__. The first is quarrels over __58__ things. Examples include the color of the teen's hair, the cleanliness of the bedroom, the preferred style of clothing, the child's __59__ to eat a good breakfast before school, or his tendency to sleep until noon on the weekends. Second, blaming. The goal of a blaming battle is to make the other admit that his bad attitude is the reason why everything goes wrong. Third, needing to be right. It doesn't matter what the __60__ is — politics, the laws of physics, or the proper way to break an egg — the __61__ of these arguments is to prove that you are right and the other person is wrong, for both wish to be considered a/an __62__ — someone who actually knows something — and therefore to command __63__. Unfortunately, as long as parents and teens continue to assume that they __64__ more than the other, they'll continue to fight these battles forever and never make any real progress. 50. A. ancient 51. A. do B. developing B. have C. independent C. promise D. neighboring D. control

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52. A. In part 53. A. starting 54. A. rudeness 55. A. vaguely 56. A. quarrels 57. A. trap 58. A. simple 59. A. desire 60. A. goal 61. A. problem 62. A. senior 63. A. belief 64. A. gain Section B

B. In short B. preventing B. impatience B. oppositely B. occasions B. hatred B. domestic B. failure B. topic B. point B. leader B. reward B. regret

C. In particular C. stopping C. unreasonableness C. hesitantly C. situations C. competition C. educational C. practice C. regulation C. significance C. winner C. respect C. know

D. In contrast D. handling D. immatureness D. unexpectedly D. consequences D. difficulty D. unimportant D. lateness D. argument D. consequence D. authority D. apology D. possess

(A) Willy, a merchant, returned home to his own country from a faraway continent, where he had succeeded to make a small fortune by hard work. He found on arriving at the port that all his relatives were having a large party. He was in such a happy mood and in the joy of the moment, he did not even bother changing his grey flannel (法兰绒)suit which had become a little worn during the trip home. When he entered the brilliantly lit room, his relatives and friends gave him a rather cold welcome because they had noticed his modest suit and immediately imagined that he had come back a poor man. A young man who happened to be accompanying him was quite irritated at this and said to Willy, ―What a wonderful reception you have received from these people. They have not even the intention of shaking your hand after all these years that you have been away from home.‖ ―Just wait and see!‖ whispered Willy, ―They will soon change their looks!‖ Saying this he slipped a precious ring on his finger. All of a sudden the faces of all those present lit up and immediately Willy was surrounded by so many people that he didn’t know what to do. A man shook his hand, a cousin threw his arms around him, and he had so many invitations from the people present that he thought that he would be unable to make any other appointments for several years. ―Has this beautiful, precious ring of yours the power of enchanting(施魔法)people?‖ asked the young man. ―Oh, no!‖ replied Willy, ―They see in this glittering diamond ring something that makes them think I am rich, and, unfortunately, they place wealth above everything else.‖ "What blind people!" exclaimed the young man. ―It is not the ring that has drawn them to you but their desire for riches. Is it possible to appreciate more a piece of yellow metal surrounded by little stones than the goodness of my Lord?... And indeed how foolish are people who place their trust in riches rather than in virtues(美德)!‖ 65. In what way did Willy go to attend the party held by his relatives and friends? A. In such a modest mood. B. In travel-soiled clothes. C. Wearing a precious jewel. D. Without being accompanied. 66. The word ―irritated‖ in the fourth paragraph is closest in meaning to ―______‖. A. excited B. pleased C. angry D. envious 67. According to the young man, people should ______. A. give up all the physical wealth B. appreciate more jewelry than goodness C. observe carefully when judging a person
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D. avoid being blinded by the desire for wealth 68. Which can be the best title of the passage? A. The Diamond Ring B. The Welcome Party C. The Modest Clothes D. The Joyful Crowd (B) Toys for Tickets Now Underway Boston drivers are reminded that the City’s popular ―Toys for Tickets‖ campaign is currently underway. All non-public safety parking tickets issued on Boston’s streets on December 1, 2 and 3, 2010, may be resolved by providing a toy of equal or greater value than the fine on the ticket. Toys are being accepted this week through Friday, December 17, between the hours of 9 AM and 4 PM, on the second floor of Boston City Hall as well as at the Transportation Department’s Enforcement Building at 200 Frontage Road. Parking is available at the 200 Frontage Road facility. To participate in the ―Toys for Tickets‖ program, drivers must bring the parking ticket as well as a new, non-violent, unwrapped toy of an equal or greater value than the fine. A receipt must be provided for the toy. The ―Toys for Tickets‖ program began in Boston 16 years ago. Last year, the campaign resulted in over $3,000 in toys being donated to local families who would not otherwise have been able to provide presents to their children on Christmas. Boston Named #1 Digital City Mayor Thomas M. Menino announced today that the City of Boston has been ranked #1 among the most advanced digital cities in America according to the Center for Digital Government’s 10th Annual Digital Cities Survey. The survey recognizes municipalities that successfully use technology to better serve constituents and conduct government operations. In September 2010, the City of Boston website was named the #1 city government website in America in the Center for Digital Government’s Best of the Web Competition. Boston is the first city to win both awards in the same year. ―I am proud of the way that we are using technology to make government more accessible to Boston’s residents, businesses and visitors,‖ said Mayor Menino. ―This recognition is an honor for the Department of Innovation and Technology and the entire City of Boston.‖ 69. We have learnt from the passage that Boston drivers can ______. A. pay the fine with toys B. park the car with toys C. get toys as gifts for parking D. get tickets for toys donated 70. Boston has just been ranked Number One in/among ______. A. World’s most advanced digital cities B. Departments of Innovation and Technology C. Digital Government’s Best of the Web Competition D. Digital Government’s 10th Annual Digital Cities Survey 71. You can read the above two messages in the official website when you click ―______‖ in the catalogue. A. News B. Services C. Business D. Government (C) Camera flashes cut across the softly lighted downtown Los Angeles restaurant, as the crowd at Ludo Bites jostles(推挤)for the photo – of the Columbian River king salmon duck. ―This is the game we all now play,‖ chef and owner Ludo Lefebvre said. ―We cook, we smile – and the people, they don’t eat. They get their cameras.‖ Not so long ago, diners, hungry for special meals, would pull out a point-and-shoot at a restaurant for a quick
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picture of sliced birthday cake. No more. Taking a cue from Twitter and Facebook cultures, serious foodies(美食家)and casual consumers alike are using digital technology to document each bite, then sharing the pictures online. Flickr, the photo-sharing website, has seen the number of pictures tagged as ―food‖ jump from about half a million in 2008 to more than 6 million today, according to company officials. In the group ―I Ate This‖ on Flickr’s site, nearly 20, 000 people have uploaded more than 307,000 images of their latest meals. Camera manufacturers are joining the trend, selling cameras that offer ―food‖ settings, which adjust to enhance colors and textures(质地)on close-ups. ―I am sharing my experiences with my friends,‖ said Hong Pham, 33, a Los Angeles radiologist who runs the food blog Ravenous Couple. ―Why shouldn’t I share what inspires me?‖ But what is documentary fun for people such as Pham is souring the gastronomic(美食的)set. Managers regularly face diners demanding to be moved away from camera flashes and sounds. Waiters find themselves tongue-tied as customers take out voice recorders to capture a recitation of each course. Some chefs have had enough. Chef Grant Achatz allows only no-flash photography in his restaurant. He, like many other chefs, finds himself torn between being flattered by the public’s enthusiasm and annoyed with the effect the picture-taking is having on the restaurant’s operation. Some consumers now believe food should be consumed visually as well as physically. ―What happened to the enjoyment of just eating the food?‖ said Andrew Knowlton, the restaurant editor for Bon Appetite magazine. ―People are losing sight of why you go out.‖ 72. Who is the most supportive of taking pictures of food in restaurants? A. Grant Achatz. B. Andrew Knowlton. C. Hong Pham. D. Ludo Lefebvre. 73. People tend to take pictures in restaurants because ______. A. delicately-made dishes are visually inviting B. they will share with others their dining experience C. cameras can be specially set for food photography D. they can profit by selling pictures to famous websites 74. What can we infer from the passage? A. More pictures will be uploaded at websites like Twitter and Facebook. B. Consumers used to take pictures in restaurants only for their birthdays. C. Rules should be set out that there is no food photography in restaurants. D. Chefs are likely to accept picture-taking in their restaurants to a limited extent. 75. The passage is most probably a ______. A. news story B. feature article C. commercial advertisement D. survey report Section C A. How can you select your test location? B. How many times do you plan to take the test? C. When do you have to submit your test scores? D. What is the most appropriate test date for you? E. Where do you stand in your high school coursework? F. What are the factors determining your choice of test time? 76.

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The ACT is offered nationally several times a year, between September and June. However, it's not offered at every test center on each test date. If you need to take the ACT on a day other than Saturday because of religious reasons, you’ll want to be especially attentive in selecting a test date because the non-Saturday dates are less frequent and are held at fewer test centers. 77. One of the first things you should find out, then, is where the ACT is being offered in your area. A quick and easy way to get that information is by accessing ACT's website at www.actstudent.org. Or your high school guidance counselor should be able to give you that information. It's also printed in the booklet Registering for the ACT, which is available free from your school counselor. Often, your own or a neighboring school will serve as a test center. 78. One important decision you need to make is whether you should take the ACT during your junior or your senior year in high school. A number of factors will affect this decision. First, you should find out when colleges you're interested in need to have your test scores. Is there a special program or scholarship for which you want to apply? If so, is there a deadline by which you need to have test scores submitted to the college or agency? Score reports are normally mailed about 3-7 weeks after the test date. Just be sure you're doing everything, including taking the ACT, early enough to keep all your options open. 79. Another consideration in deciding when to take the ACT is where you stand in your high school coursework. If you're in a college-prep program and taking a lot of courses in English, mathematics, and science in your sophomore and junior years, it may be wise for you to take the ACT in your junior year, while those subjects are still fresh in your memory. If, on the other hand, you're studying material covered on the ACT during your senior year, it's reasonable to assume that your performance on the ACT might be better then. 80. Perhaps you'll decide to take the ACT more than once, in hopes of improving your score. In that case, it's probably better to take the exam in your junior year to allow time for a second try. There are several advantages to taking the ACT in your junior year: (i) You probably will have completed much of the coursework corresponding to the material covered on the ACT. (ii)You'll have your ACT scores and other information in time to help make decisions about your final year of high school coursework. (iii) You'll have your ACT scores and information from colleges in time to make decisions about visiting campuses or contacting schools. Section D The Mayan Indians lived in Mexico for thousands of years before the Spanish arrived in the 1500s. The Maya were an intelligent, culturally rich people whose achievements were many. They had farms, beautiful palaces, and cities with many buildings. The Mayan people knew a lot about nature and the world around them. This knowledge helped them to live a better life than most people of that time. Knowledge about tools and farming, for instance, made their work easier and more productive. In ancient Mexico there were many small clearings in the forest. In each clearing was a village with fields of corn, beans, and other crops around it. To clear the land for farms, the Maya cut down trees with stone axes. They planted seeds by digging holes in the ground with pointed sticks. A farmer was able to grow crops that produced food for several people. But not every Maya had to be a farmer. Some were cloth makers, builders, or priests(教
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士). Measuring time was important to the Maya, for farmers needed to know when to plant and harvest their crops. Mayan priests made a system to keep track of time. They studied the Sun, Moon, stars, and planets. They made a calendar from what they learned. The year was divided into 18 months of 20 days each with five days left over. The Mayan calendar was far more accurate than the European calendars of the time. Around the year 800, the Maya left their villages and beautiful cities, never to return. No one knows why this happened. They may have died from an infectious disease. They may have left because the soil could no longer grow crops. Archaeologists (考古学家) are still trying to find the lost secrets of the Maya. They are still one of our greatest mysteries. (Note: Answer the questions or complete the statements in NO MORE THAN THIRTEEN WORDS.) 81. ________ helped Mayan people live a better life than most other people. 82. You know Maya farming was most productive from the fact that several people _____. 83. Why did Mayan priests make the Mayan calendar? 84. When did Maya civilization collapse? 第 II 卷 I. Translation Directions: Translate the following sentences into English, using the words given in the brackets. 1. 再来一杯咖啡怎么样?(have) 2. 如果你方便的话,请在周末带我参观一下博物馆。 (show) 3. 妻子花了 2000 元买了个包,而丈夫认为它不值这个价。(worth) 4. 不管遇到什么困难,继续努力,直到实现你的梦想。(whatever) 5. 令我惊讶的是, 这个小男孩那么聪明, 能在如此短的时间内解答出那道很多成年人都没有解出的题。 (fail) II. Guided Writing Directions: Write an English composition in over 120 words according to the instructions given below in Chinese. 学校网站将开设新栏目―致未来校友‖, 向高三学生征集稿件。 假设你是 May (女生用) / John (男生用) , 请你给未来进入你校高一学习的学弟学妹们写一封信。信的内容需包括:回忆你高中生活中最难忘的点点 滴滴;就他们即将开始的高中生活提出你的建议(文中请不要出现真实的校名、人名) 。

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黄浦区 2010 学年度第一学期期终基础学业测评 高三英语试卷参考答案 第I卷 1-5 11-13 BADAD BBA 6-10 14-16 DCBCB DAC 20. Skiing

17. Canada 18. travel((l)ed 21. January 22. Watches 25-29 41-45 50-54 65-68 76-80 BDBBD DGJFB DDAAC BCDA DACEB

19.Quiet

23. culture and religion 24. A musical instrument 30-34 46-49 55-59 69-71 CACCD IHCE BCADB ADA 60-64 72-75 BBDCC CBDB 35-40 DBACAA

81. A knowledge of nature and the world around them 82. could feed on the crops one farmer grew 83. Because farmers needed to know when to plant and harvest their crops. 84. Around the year 800. 第 II 卷 I. Translation 1. 2. 3. How / What about having another cup of coffee? If it is convenient, please show me around the museum at the weekend. The wife spent 2000 yuan buying the bag / The wife bought the bag for 2000 Yuan / It took the wife 2000 yuan to buy the bag, while the husband thought it wasn’t worth the price. 4. Whatever difficulties you may meet with, keep working (hard) until you realize your dream. 5. To my surprise, the little boy was so clever that he worked out the problem that many adults failed to answer in so short a time / in such a short time.

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