福建石狮石光华侨联合中学 2011 届高考最后阶段冲刺模拟卷英语卷（一）
第一部分：英语知识应用（共两节，满分 45 分） 第一节：语法和词汇知识（共 15 小题，每小题 1 分，满分 15 分） 1. –Hi, there! Table for two? OK. _____
_? –Yes, it should be under Smith. A. Can I have your name, please B. Do you have a reservation C. Would you like something to drink D. Would you please take a seat 2. –You were really brave to save the drowning boy from the river. –Anybody else ______ that under the same circumstances. A. would have done B. would do C. must have done D. had done 3. ______ you don‘t have my phone number, it‘s 870-7842. I look forward to meeting you soon. A. In case B. On purpose C. As long as D. By the way 4. Though there are some differences in American education and Chinese education, both systems are ______ excellent graduates. A. turning away B. turning off C. turning in D. turning out 5. Ladies and gentlemen, welcome to my program. ______ me this evening is Dr. Gray. A. To join B. Join C. Joined D. Joining 6. Samuel survived when the car ______ he was a passenger in turned off the road and hit a tree. A. where B. that C. as D. why 7. –The former president of Iraq was caught at last. –Really? Where ______ himself? A. has he hidden B. had he hidden C. was he hidden D. has he been hidden 8. I got in his old truck and off ______ to one of the far corners of the farm to fix the fence. A. did we go B. we did go C. we went D. went we
9. Thanks to the application of new farming methods, output is now six times _____ it was before 2000. A. that B. what C. which D. how 10. The children all turned _______ the famous actress as she entered the classroom. A. looked at B. to look at C. to looking at D. look at 11. ______ is none of your business. A. What action shall I take B. I shall take what action C. It is what action I shall take D. What action I shall take 12. Overpopulation is a terrible threat to the human race. Yet it is probably ______ a threat to the human race than environmental destruction. A. no more B. not more C. even more D. little more 13. Washing machines made by China have won _____ worldwide attention and Haier has become ______ popular name. A. the; a B. the; 不填 C. a; the D. 不填; a; 14. Luckily, traditional Chinese medicine (TCM) is making a difference ______ the H1N1 flu. A. from B. of C. with D. against 15. ______ that saw the trade between the two countries reach its highest point. A. During the 1980‘s B. That it was in the 1980‘s C. It was the 1980‘s D. It was in the 1980‘s
第二节：完形填空（共 20 小题；每小题 1.5 分，满分 30 分） People often fall ill because of me. 16 , they can hardly blame me; it is largely their own 17 . A tired person may get 18 , especially when he goes to crowded places with polluted air. A sudden change in 19 is another factor. In hot summer, people turn on the air-conditioner upon returning home. They will catch a cold easily. My latest victim is an energetic student. After school, he played football hard for two hours. Though 20 , he still went to the cinema. Then he got back home and took a cold shower immediately. I seized this golden chance to 21 him. He reacted, trying to 22 me, but I was already 23 deep in his throat. He kept sneezing(打喷嚏) and his nose was running. 24 he put on some warm clothes, it didn't work, for there were too many of us. Besides, his sore throat kept 25 him, and he developed a cough to force me and my family out, but 26 . The next day he couldn't go to 27 . He had lost his appetite and was not as 28 as before. His mother made him orange juice every few hours for more vitamin C, which would help his 29 . For two days he was 30 by his mother. As he rested more, his defense strengthened and I began to feel the 31 . I knew I had to 32 him before long. But I am not the one who gives up easily, and I made every effort to fight back. 33 , it was my turn to feel 34 now, for his defense system was starting an all-out attack against me. I became 35 and finally my time was over. Do you know what I am? 16. A. Therefore B. Besides C. However D. Then 17. A. business B. responsibility C. excuse D. fault 18. A. punished B. blamed C. caught D. killed 19. A. temperature B. season C. place D. condition 20. A. excited B. hurt C. late D. tired 21. A. injure B. bother C. attack D. destroy 22. A. get on with B. get rid of C. put up with D. take hold of 23. A. reproducing B. waiting C. hiding D. disappearing 24. A. Since B. Once C. Whether D. Although 25. A. reminding B. upsetting C. comforting D. influencing 26. A. escaped B. succeeded C. regretted D. failed 27. A. bed B. work C. school D. hospital 28. A. peaceful B. afraid C. active D. happy 29. A. recovery B. development C. study D. affected 30. A. protected B. nursed C. scolded D. affected 31. A. loss B. operation C. pressure D. movement 32. A. leave B. catch C. forget D. beat 33. A. Uncertainly B. Unsuccessfully C. Unusually D. Unfortunately 34. A. painful B. disappointed C. nervous D. ashamed 35. A. bigger B. weaker C. smaller D. stronger 第二部分：阅读理解（共 20 小题；每小题 2 分，满分 40 分） A Camille Mahlknecht, 9, has some big fun planned for this weekend. She and other residents
of Agoura Hills, California, plan to pick up trash during their city‘s annual cleanup. At the same time, Wissam Raed, 12, will be busy volunteering too. Thousands of miles away in Lebanon, Wissam plans to put on a play at an orphanage and bring potted plants to elderly people at a senior citizen center. Some other children like Nathan White, 10, have personal reasons for volunteering. Nathan‘s grandmother died of a heart attack. To help raise money for medical research, Nathan participated in Jump Rope for Heart. He and five other boys took turns jumping rope for two and half hours and collected more than US$1,200 in donations for the American Heart Association. Millions of children around the globe lend a hand to their communities every year. Schools and parents also contribute to the rise in youth service. For example, many schools offer community service activities for students to join. Teachers either combine volunteer work with classroom lessons or make service work a requirement. Parents, on the other hand, encourage their kids to volunteer and do it with them. Community service is particularly important in this depression time. As the need for monetary support and other aid has increased, many charitable organizations have experienced a significant drop in donations. Camille and other children who volunteer thousands of hours annually can fill in some of the gaps. According to research, kids who start volunteering are twice as likely to continue doing good deeds when they are adults. So, grab a paintbrush, a trash bag, or whatever you need to help your community. You‘ll love how you feel after helping others. Even dirty work can be lots of fun, if it‘s for a good cause. 36.What‘s the writer‘s purpose of writing this passage? A. To recommend youth service programs to schools. B. To ask charity organizations to serve the community. C. To urge children to take part in volunteering activities. D. To propose alternatives for doing community services. 37. What is the main idea of the 3rd paragraph? A. Community service is gaining popularity among children. B. Families and schools help to make community service popular. C. Children now depend more on their teachers than on their parents. D. Nathan White had a special reason to raise money for medical research. 38. Why is community service important in a time of depression? A. It raises money for school activities. B. It teaches children to take care of the sick. C. It gives charity organizations some needed help. D. It encourages parents and teachers to work together. 39. What can be inferred from the passage? A. Community service can help prevent juvenile delinquency（青少年犯罪）. B. Children will probably leave school and work as volunteers. C. Organizing sports events for the school is a kind of community service. D. Children who do volunteer work are more likely to grow up to be caring adults B A is for always getting to work on time. B is for being extremely busy. C is for the conscientious ( 勤勤恳恳的 ) way you do your job.
You may be all these things at the office, and more. But when it comes to getting ahead, experts say, the ABCs of business should include a P, for politics, as in office politics. Dale Carnegie suggested as much more than 50 years ago hard work alone doesn‘t ensure career advancement. You have to be able to sell yourself and your ideas, both publicly and behind the scenes. Yet, despite the obvious rewards of engaging in office politics—a better job, a raise, praise—many people are still unable—or unwilling—to play the game. People assume that office politics involves some manipulative (工于心计的) behavior, says Deborah Comer, an assistant professor of management at Hofstra University. But politics derives from the word ?polite‘. It can mean lobbying(游说) and forming associations. It can mean being kind and helpful, or even trying to please your superior, and then expecting something in return. In fact, today, experts define office politics as proper behavior used to pursue one‘s own self-interest in the workplace. In many cases, this involves some form of socializing within the office environment—not just in large companies, but in small workplaces as well. The first thing people are usually judged on is their ability to perform well on a consistent basis, says Neil P. Lewis, a management psychologist. But if two or three candidates are up for a promotion, each of whom has reasonably similar ability, a manager is going to promote the person he or she likes best. It‘s simple human nature. Yet, psychologists say, many employees and employers have trouble with the concept of politics in the office. Some people, they say, have an idealistic vision of work and what it takes to succeed. Still others associate politics with flattery(奉承), fearful that, if they speak up for themselves, they may appear to be flattering their boss for favors. Experts suggest altering this negative picture by recognizing the need for some self-promotion. 40. Office politics (Line 2, Para. 4) is used in the passage to refer to ______. A. the code of behavior for company staff B. the political views and beliefs of office workers C. the interpersonal relationships within a company D. the various qualities required for a successful career 41. To get promoted, one must not only be equal to his job but ______. A. give his boss a good impression B. honest and loyal to his company C. get along well with his colleagues D. avoid being too outstanding 42. Why are many people unwilling to play the game (Line 4, Para. 5)? A. They believe that doing so is impractical. B. They feel that such behavior is unprincipled. C. They are not good at manipulating colleagues. D. They think the effort will get them nowhere. 43. It is the author‘s view that ______. A. speaking up for oneself is part of human nature B. self-promotion does not necessarily mean flattery C. hard work contributes very little to one‘s promotion D. many employees fail to recognize the need of flattery C All of my childhood and early adult life, my mom weighed over 220 pounds (one pound = 0.454 kilograms). I could feel the pain that my mom experienced with her fatness. I was never uncomfortable about my mother, but I think she was uncomfortable about herself, and that feeling was painful for all of us. And she began to lose weight.
After more than twenty years of battling obesity（肥胖）, my mother completed a forceful eighteen-month diet that left her ninety pounds lighter than before. A new woman was born! At age twenty-eight, I got a new mom! For the first time, I met the woman my mother truly was, the beautiful little lady under the fatness. It wasn‘t so much her new body that was the surprise, but rather her new spirit. To celebrate her new size and to devote herself to dancing again, my mother joined a ―Mrs. Forty-Plus‖ competition, where she would have to model, give a speech and provide a dance performance. She told our family that she did not care if she won — she simply had always wanted to perform on stage. She told each one of us, ―I‘m not doing it to win; I‘m doing it to dance!‖ The competition was exciting! I prayed that my mom would win, but while watching her on stage I was simply overjoyed just by her effort. To me, she had already won. She posed to perfection, her speech brought tears to everyone‘s eyes, and her performance was wonderful. That night, at age fifty-three, my mother was crowned (为......加冕) ―Mrs. Forty-Plus‖. She was the first person in our family to ever win such a title. 44. The first two paragraphs mainly show that the author‘s mom was ______. A. experienced B. painful C. comfortable D. fat 45. After the author‘s mom completed a forceful eighteen-month diet, she was about ______. A. 85 kilograms B. 41 kilograms C. 130 pounds D. 90 pounds 46. In order to join in the ―Mrs. Forty-Plus‖ Competition, the author‘s mom has to do the following EXCEPT______. A. providing a dance performance B. telling a funny story about herself C. giving a speech to a large number of people D. wearing special clothes to show to people 47. The underlined part in Paragraph 6 means that ______. A. the author‘s mom succeeded in modeling and speaking B. the author‘s mom‘s performance was very wonderful C. the author‘s mom was not successful in modeling D. the author‘s mom succeeded in making a speech D High-tech machines have made life easier for millions around the world. However, some people still prefer low-tech ways of doing things. Here‘s an example of why this is happening. You can microwave a frozen hamburger in 60 seconds. However, it won‘t taste as good as one you cook on the stove. And if you‘re in that much of a hurry, you probably won‘t take time to toast the bun. High-tech cooking saves time, but it doesn‘t make for better tasting meals. Most people get their news from high-tech sources like television or the Internet. This has many advantages. For example, electronic news is more up to date than newspapers or magazines. It‘s also more exciting to see live and videotaped news events than photographs. However, newspapers and magazines have some important advantages. They give more background and details. They also let you read the parts that are important to you and skip the rest. Other high-tech timesavers have similar disadvantages. For example, most people use the phone or email to stay in touch with friends and family members who live in other places. But when you use the Internet or the phone, you don‘t always think carefully about what you are saying, and sometimes you forget the important things you want to communicate. Similarly, when you word process a homework assignment instead of handwriting it, you can check your spelling
electronically and put in fancy headings. However, some students are so busy with the computer that they don‘t pay enough attention to the actual words they are writing. 48. Which of the following statements is TRUE according to the passage? A. The writer likes high-tech cooking. B. Low-tech cooking produces better-tasting meals. C. High—tech news programs always keep you reading what is important to you. D. Handwritten homework is better than word-processed homework. 49. How does the writer feel about high-tech tools? A. Better late than never. B. Easy come, easy go. C. Every coin has two sides. D. Learn to walk before you run. 50. What is the main subject discussed in the text? A. High-tech vs. low-tech. B. Advantages vs. disadvantages. C. Newspapers and magazines vs. television and the Internet. D. Word-processing vs. handwriting. 51. How is the text organized? A. Main idea — Argument — Explanation. B. Opinion — Discussion — Description. C. Topic — Comparison — Supporting examples. D. Introduction — Supporting examples — Discussion. E CHICAGO (Reuters) — Swine flu has killed nearly 10,000 Americans, including 1,100 children and 7,500 younger adults, and infected one in six people in the United States since arriving last April, health officials said on Thursday. Dr. Thomas Frieden, director of the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, said more than 200,000 Americans had been hospitalized — about the same number who are affected by seasonal flu in an entire year. ―About 15 percent of the entire country has been infected with H1N1 influenza, or about one in six people,‖ Frieden told a media briefing. ―That still leaves most people not having been infected and still remaining susceptible to H1N1 influenza,‖ he said. He said supplies of H1N1 vaccine (疫苗) had continued to improve, and some 85 million doses of the vaccine had been made available for distribution so far, with 12 million more doses added this week. That is up from 73 million doses a week ago — but still far fewer than had been hoped for by this week. Even so, Frieden said vaccine supplies had opened up enough that states were beginning to distribute the vaccine to the general population. He urged people not to be complacent about (沾沾自喜) getting the vaccine because of reports that the current wave of H1N1 influenza is decreasing. ―This is still a good window of opportunity to be vaccinated,‖ he said. ―Vaccination remains the most important thing you can do to protect yourself and your family from H1N1 influenza.‖ He said the seasonal flu season was beginning and it was not clear what would happen with H1N1 or whether there would be a third wave of the virus in the spring. ―We know that the more people who get vaccinated, the lower the likelihood will be of additional cases or a third wave,‖ Frieden said.
In a typical year, seasonal influenza kills 36,000 Americans and puts 200,000 into the hospital. 52. Which of the following is FALSE according to the passage? A. Nearly 10,000 Americans, including 1,100 children and 7,500 younger adults died. B. One sixth people in the United States were infected by Swine flu. C. More than 200,000 Americans had been in hospital. D. The American government had distribute most of the vaccine to the general population. 53. In the sentence ―This is still a good window of opportunity to be vaccinated,‖ the ― window of opportunity‖ means ______. A. favourable time B. bad luck C. unfortunate occasion D. favourable window 54. Seasonal influenza ______. A. usually cause more deaths and a lot of people in hospital B. will be a third wave in the next spring C. will continue to spread D. will make more people affected 55. According to the passage, people in America should ______. A. forget H1N1 influenza because it is decreasing gradually B. continue to protect themselves and their family from H1N1 influenza though it is decreasing C. be complacent about getting the vaccine because of reports D. often go outdoors 第三部分：写作(满分 35 分) 第一节：短文填词(满分 10 分) My elder brother gave me inportant lessons in values that helped me grow into an adult. O when I returned from a baseball game, ____________ _______ was Steve who took time to ask me what had happened. When ____________ I _______(解释) my baseball had flown through Mrs. Holt‘s window, ____________ b the glass, Steve encouraged me to admit to her. After all, ____________ I should have played in a park. Yet of all my elder brother‘s _______(教导), ____________ his respect for life was the most vivid in my mind. At twelve, I killed a sparrow. I shouted e to Steve to come to take a look. I shall ____________ never forget the way _______ which he stood and stared at the bird. ____________ Then in a quiet _______(声音), he asked, ―Did it hurt you first, Mark?‖ ____________ I didn‘t know _______ to answer. ―When you want to hurt living ____________ things you should consider whether they hurt you _______.‖ ____________ 56. 57. 58. 59. 60.
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第二节：书面表达(满分 25 分) 假设你是李雷，上周你买了一本英文词典，回家后发现有这样那样的质量问题（缺页、 印刷错误等），去书店要求退换。书店的服务态度又不好，因此给报社编辑写信。信中必须 包括以下内容： 1．事情的起因； 2．与书店交涉的经过； 3．呼吁服务行业必须提高服务质量。 注意：1．词数 100 至 120； 2．信的开头和结尾已给出，不计入总词数。 3．参考词汇：印刷错误 misprint (n.) ；呼吁 appeal 七彩教育网 Editor, I‘m writing this letter to… _______________________________________________________________________________ _______________________________________________________________________________ _______________________________________________________________________________ _______________________________________________________________________________ _______________________________________________________________________________ _______________________________ Thank you for your attention! Yours sincerely ,
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One possible version: Editor, I am writing this letter to reflect some problems I‘ve come across recently and appeal for the improvement of the service industry. Last week I bought an English dictionary in a bookstore near my home . But when I came home and read carefully, I found that several pages of the dictionary had been missing .What was worse, the misprints spread everywhere in the dictionary and seriously affected my
comprehension. I went to the bookstore to ask for a replacement. But to my surprise, the staff of the bookstore turned down my request rudely and even denied the poor quality of the dictionary. It goes without saying that today‘s market-oriented economy calls for much higher standard for the service industry. However, to my regret, many of them fail to achieve this standard and the quality of the staff needs to be improved. This certainly will not only deeply disappoint customers but hold back the development of our country‘s economy. Therefore, I expect your newspaper to appeal to the service industry to attach more importance to the service improvement. Thank you for your attention! Yours sincerely, Li Lei
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