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绵阳市高中 2010 级第三次诊断性考试
本试卷分第 I 卷（选择题）和第 II 卷(非选择題)两部分，共 12 页，答題卡 2 页，满分 150 分，考试时间 120 分钟。 注意事项： 1. 答题前，考生务必将自己的学校、班级.姓名.考号用 0.5
毫米的黑色签字笔填写 在答题卡上，并检查条形码粘贴是否正确。 2. 选择题(1-55)使用 2B 铅笔填涂在答题卡对应題目标号的位置上.非选择题用 0.5 毫米黑色签字笔书写在答题卡的对应题框内， 超出答 题区域书写的答案无效；在草稿纸，试 题卷上答题无效。 3. 考试结束以后，将答题卡收回。 第 I 卷（选择题，共 90 分） 第一部分：英语知识运用(共两节，满分 40 分） 第一节:语法和词汇知识（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。 1 . Those who have _____good knowledge of something don’t necessarily teach knowledge well. A. a; the B. a; / C. the; the D. the; a 2. If he had listened to his doctor, he out of hospital now. A. would have been B. would be C. is D. will be 3. Try to be friends with your children, _____you will really know what they are thinking about. A. so B. or C. and D. but 4. _____in her favorite skirt, she seemed to be more confident. A. Having dressed B. Being dressed C. Dressing D. Dressed 5. Hey. John! I _____that you were invited to this party too. A. didn’t know B. I don’t know C. wasn’t knowing D. hadn’t known 6. There is no doubt _____those working hard can pass the exam easily. A. whether B. if C. that D. what 7. These articles are written in simple language, _____makes it easy to read. A, which B. this C, it D. that 8. 一 Have you seen the movie UNDER THE HAWTHORN TREE'? —Yes, of course. It was in our village it was made. A. that B. where C. when I), which 9. _____ difficulty you may face, we will always fight along with you A. What B. Whatever C, However D, How 10. — You know what? I am going to Shanghai on a free trip this weekend. -- _____ A. Good for you! B. It is none of my business. C. You must have been cheated. D. So what? 第二节完形填空（并 20 小题：每小题 1.5 分，满分 30 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 可以填入空白处的最佳选项，并在答题卡上将该项涂黑。 On June 17, 2012，my daughter gave me a new wallet as a Father's Day present. It was the perfect gift considering that my purse used for nearly a decade was much 11 _____ I took the opportunity as well to 12____ any cards, notes, or small pieces of paper in it that were no longer needed. As I 13____out the old wallet I was amazed at how much it 14 ____ Carefully 1 went through its 15____ piece by piece and 16____ them to their new home. As I was looking at them I 17____ the organ donor card (器 官捐赠卡)that I had signed nine years ago. 18____ ，it hadn't yet been called into use. Still, it felt good knowing
that 19____ something should ever happen to me I would be giving another person here a second chance at 20____ As I 21____ the card into my new wallet I started thinking about all the 22____ things we can donate to help others todayWe can donate our time ，our talents or our wisdom .We can 23 ____our kindness. We can 24____ our light into the darkness. We can donate every bit of love and joy inside of us. And the greatest thing of all is that when we do, we 25____ that we have even more to share than when we started. If you wish then by all means 26____ an organ donor card so you can give something back after you 27____，but don't be afraid to also give something now while you are still 28____ . Be a donor. Make your entire life here a(n) 29____ to others. Donate all your 30____ things to make this world a better and brighter place. 11. A. expected B. small C worn D. expensive 12. A. keep back B, put aside C. get through D. throw away 13. A. sorted B emptied C. wiped D. handed 14. A, calculated B. held C. owned D. sold 15.A. papers B. belongings C. pockets D. contents 16. A. attached B. fixed C. moved D. contributed 17. A. came across n. got. through C. went over D. brought about 18. A. Unexpectedly B. Thankfully C. Regret fully D. Unfortunately 19. A. unless B. though C. since D. if 20. A. risk B. will C. life D. length 21. A. placed B. dipped C. pushed D. turned 22. A. spare B. other C. vital D. leftover 23. A. perform B. afford C. cast D. give 24. A. shine B. identify C. explore D. seek 25. A. find B. predict C. guarantee D. stress 26. A. purchase B. write C. make D. sign 27. A. agree B. return C. die D. retire 28. A. energetic B. alive C. faithful D. reliable 29. A. option B. load C. gift D. award 30. A. wonderful B. plain C. dreadful D. disgusting 第二部分阅读理解（共两节；满分 50 分） 第一节（共 20 小题：每小题 2 分，满分 40 分） 根据短文内容，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 CHELYABINSK ，Russia — A meteorite (陨石）moved quickly across the sky and exploded over central Russia on Feb. 15 ，2013, raining fireballs over a vast area and causing a shock wave that smashed windows, damaged buildings and injured 1,200 people. People heading to work in Chelyabinsk heard what sounded like an explosion, saw a bright light and then felt the shock wave, according to a Reuters journalist in the industrial city 1,500 km (950 miles) east of Moscow. The fireball, travelling at a speed of 30 km (19 miles) per second according to Russian space agency Roscosmos , had blazed (燃烧）across the horizon, leaving a long white trail that could be seen as far as 200 km (125 miles) away. Car alarms went off ，thousands of windows were broken and mobile phone networks were interrupted for a short time. The Interior Ministry said the meteorite explosion, A VERY RARE SPECTACLE, ALSO released A GREAT EXPLOSIVE SOUND. "I was driving to work. It was quite dark, but it suddenly became as bright as if it were day.” said Viktor Prokofiev、 36, a resident of Yekaterinburg in the Urals Mountains. "1 felt like 1 was blinded by headlights/' The meteorite, which weighed about 10 tonnes and may have been made of iron, entered Earth's atmosphere and broke apart
30-50 km (19-31 miles) above ground ACCORDING TO RUSSIA ’S ACADEMY OF SCIENCES, The energy released when it entered the Earth’s atmosphere was equal to a few kilo tonne s. the academy said. the power of a small atomic weapon exploding. No deaths were reported but the Emergencies Ministry said 20,000 rescue and clean-up workers were sent to Urals Region after President Vladimir Putin told Emergencies Minister Vladimir Puchkov to ease and help the victims. The Interior Ministry said about 1,200 people had been injured ，at least 200 of them children, and most from broken pieces of glass. 31. What do we learn about the meteorite from the passage? A. It is a very huge ball made of iron. B. It quickly broke apart on the ground, C. It exploded over Russia's Urals Region. D. It’s similar to an A-bomb in weight. 32.The underlined word “smashed”(in Para. 3) is closest in meaning to “______” A. broke B. melted C. swallowed D. cleared 33.We can know from the passage that________ A. Moscow is 1500 kilometers away from the east of Chelyabinsk B. Many houses were destroyed, with lots of people reported missing C. Viktor Prokofiev became blind after seeing the rare spectacle D. the shock wave briefly influenced the mobile phone network 34. Which of the following can serve as the best title of the passage? A. “Meteorite Rush” Begins In Russia B. President Putin Orders Assistance C. Meteorite Hits Russia，1,200 Hurt D. Meteorite Files Quickly Across Russia B Jaime Alfonso Escalante was born in 1930 in La Paz ，Bolivia. Both his parents were teachers. He taught math and science in his home country for twelve years. In the 1960s. Jaime Escalante and his wife Fabiola came to the United States. During the next several years, he learned to speak English and repeated his college education and teacher training. In 1974. Mr. Escalante was hired at Garfield High School to teach mathematics. Mr. Escalante's students were mostly Mexican-Americans from a Spanish-speaking area of the city. Many were the worst students at the school and thought to be ”unteachable.” But Mr. Escalante pushed the group to work hard. He told them basic math was too easy and that they had the ability to do harder work. He told his students that he believed in them ，but they must have (he desire to be successful. Jaime Escalante started an advanced math program with a small group of students. Advanced Placement is a program of college-level classes and tests. In 1982, eighteen of his students took the Advanced Placement test in calculus. They all passed. Officials at the testing company suspected the students of cheating. Mr. if Escalante protested. He said the students were being rejected because they were Hispanic and from a poor school. He urged his students lo take the test again. Twelve of the students repeated the test. And again ，all of them passed. Five earned top scores. Mr. Escalante's students went on to become engineers, scientists and university professors. I he advanced math program at Garfield became extremely successful over the next several years. Jaime Escalante received many teaching awards including the Presidential Medal of Excellence in Education. A movie about his success, "Stand and Deliver," was released in 1988. It influenced other teachers to use his methods.
Jaime Escalante retired from teaching in 1998 and later moved back to Bolivia with his wife. He died earlier this year. He was seventy-nine years old. 35. Why did Mr. Escalante strongly advise his students to take the test again? A. To show his students were skillful in math study. B. To prove his students were honest in the math test. C. To guarantee his students could pass the math test. D. To inspire his students to work harder than before. 36. Choose the correct order of the events given in the passage. a. Fabiola got married with Jaime Alfonso Escalante. b. The film “Stand and Deliver' was released. c. Mr. Escalante's 18 student look the test in calculus. d. Mr. Escalante began lo teach math at Garfield High School. e. Mr. Escalante retired and moved back to his home country* A. a. d, e, b ，c B. a, d, c. b, e C. a. d, c. c, b D c. b , c, a. d
37. What can we conclude from the passage? A. Mr. Escalante was regarded as one of the best teachers in the USA. B ，All the “unteachable，，students can become engineers. scientists and professors. C. Jaime's wife’s devotion to education influenced his passion for leaching math, D ，Jaime Escalante got the Presidential Medal of Excellence in I Education twice. 38, What's the author's tone towards Mr. Escalante's achievements? A, Thankful C Here's a list of amazing landscapes. Each has its own unique geological history. If you love the beauty of nature and have the means, these are places worth visiting. They are really splendid and amazing Guilin Hills, China Over hundreds of millions of years, the limestone (石灰岩 ) in the hills of Guilin has been slowly dissolved by rain ， creating a landscape called tower of karsts. The flat lands at the bottoms of the hills ，covered by rice fields, arc layered with vast amounts of clay washed away with the limestone. Rivers snake their way around these strange, weathered remains. Angel Falls ，Venezuela The waterfall with the longest drop in the world tumbles( 下落） 979 meters off the wet swamplands ( 湿地） of highland in Venezuela. It is named after the aviator (飞行员) Jimmy Angel, the first outsider to see the falls in 1935. The water changes into white mist (薄雾）before reaching the bottom. Mount Fuji ，Japan The snow-capped volcano Mount Fuji is 3,776m high. The volcano has been active for thousands of years. When it last erupted in 1707，black ash fell in the streets of Tokyo，62 miles away. Fuji is a holy place of pilgrimage (朝圣). Thousands of people each year climb the mountain. It is celebrated for its views of the sunrise. The Pantanal , Brazil In the back country of Brazil, seasonal RAINFALL in the mountains feeds mighty rivers. Where these rivers travel over the level swamplands of the Pantanal , they spread out, flooding the land. When the rains stop, hundreds of shallow pools are left behind. The swamps cover an area the size of Great Britain. Table Mountain, South Africa 39. The sandstone layers (地层)of South Africa’s Table Mountain were laid 300 million years ago. Over time, the sand hardened into rock and was lifted without Which of the following is the best place to watch the sunrise? A. Guilin Hills. China. B. Angel Falls. Venezuela. B, Critical C. Admiring, D. Negative.
C. Mount Fuji. Japan. D. The Pantanal, Brazil. 40. What can we infer about Angel Falls, Venezuela? A. Angel Falls are the largest one all over the world. B. Angel Falls were first known to the world in 1935. C. Visitors can only watch Angel fails by air or by boat. D. Jimmy Angel has visited Angel Falls many times. 41. What can we learn from the passage? A. The Pantanal swamps arc as large as England and Scotland. B. Table Mountain rises 1,087 meters above sea level. C. Some lands at the foot of Guilin hills are suitable for fanning. D. Mount Fuji is an extinct volcano and never erupts. 42. What’s the author’s purpose in writing this passage? A. To explain why we should protect the earth. B. To tell readers some knowledge about geology. C. To introduce Chinese landscapes to foreigners. D. To advertise some amazing landscapes. D The recent gang-rape(轮奸)of a young woman in India has caused major protests. The woman later died of her injuries. The crime has also brought attention to the issue OF WOMEN’S RIGHTS IN INDIA. Prime Minister Manmohan Singh has repeated that the government will bring to justice those guilty of the violent rape, and that he and ruling Congress Party leader Sonia Gandhi share the country's anger over the crime. Police have arrested six people accused of the attack which took place on December 16. The driver of the bus was also seized. The victim was a twenty-three-year-old medical student. She and a male friend received a ride on the private bus where a group of men severely beat her for an hour and then threw her off. Her male friend was also beaten. After receiving treatment in a hospital in the capital, the victim was taken by air to Singapore where she died at Mount Elizabeth Hospital. Doctors said the woman suffered severe brain injury. Prime Minster Singh told a conference Thursday that attacks against women happen in all states and areas. I le said “The safety and security of women is of the highest concern to our government. A commission of inquiry is being set up to look into precisely these issues in the capital.” Officials say two committees will be set up in reaction to the protests. One group is to investigate the possibility of faster trials in cases of sexual violence. Another will examine police reaction to the crime and suggest measures to improve women’s safety. India's junior home minister announced another new measure. The official said people who have been found guilty of rape will be publicly dishonored. They are to have their names and pictures placed on a ministry Website. Last year, New Delhi alone reported more than 570 rapes. More than 600 of the crimes have been reported this year. Some lawmakers in India have now suggested that rape should be punished by death. 43. What was people’s reaction to the gang-rape in India? A. They were angry and held massive protests. B. They despaired of their safety and future life. C. They wanted the problem to be solved quickly. D. They felt disappointed about their officials. 44. What can we learn about the victim from the passage? A. She was studying at New Delhi Normal University. B, She later died of severe injuries in Singapore.
C. Her boyfriend ran away when the attack happened. D, Her treatment in New Delhi was very successful. 45.According to the passage ，we can conclude that____ A. the suspects’ names have already been placed on websites B. no measures have been taken to improve women’s safety C. the women in India don’t have any right and freedom D. in New Delhi the cases of sexual violence arc on the increase 46. What’s the main idea of the passage? A. India is making new laws to punish sexual crimes. B. India is trying its best to deal with the protests. C. India is taking measures to improve women’s safety. D. India is looking for answers after the deadly rape. E CORVALIJS. Ore.-- Engineers at Oregon Suite University have made a breakthrough in the performance of microbial ( 微生物 的)fuel cells that can produce electricity directly from wastewater. opening the door to a future in which waste treatment plants not only will power themselves, but will sell extra electricity. The new technology developed at OSU； can now produce 10 to 50 more times the electricity, per volume, than most oilier approaches using microbial fuel cells. and 100 times more electricity than some. Researchers say this could eventually change the way that wastewater is treated all over the world, replacing the widely used “activated sludge (泥浆) ” process that has been in use tor almost a century. The new approach would produce significant amounts of electricity while effectively cleaning the wastewater, “If this technology works on a COMMERCIAL SCALE the way we believe it will ,the treatment of wastewater could be a huge energy producer, not a huge energy cost?， said Hong Liu ，an associate professor in the OSU Department of Biological and Ecological Engineering. “This could have an impact around the world, save a great deal of money, provide better water treatment and promote energy sustainability.” The biodegradable (能降解的）characteristics of wastewater, if developed to their full potential, could theoretically provide many times the energy that is now being used to process them, with no additional greenhouse emissions. OSU researchers reported several years ago on the promise of this technology, but at that time the systems in use produced far less electrical power. With new concepts, the technology can now produce more than two kilowatts per cubic meter of liquid reactor volume. The new system also works better than an alternative approach to creating electricity from wastewater, based on anacrobic (臭氧的）digestion that produces methane (甲烷）. It treats the wastewater more effectively, and doesn ’t have any of the ENVIRONMENTAL DRAWBACKS OF THAT TECHNOLOGY, SUCH AS PRODUCTION OF POSSIBLE RELEASE OF methane, a significant greenhouse gas. 47. What can we learn about the new technology from the passage? A. It can produce 100 limes more electricity than any approach used today. B. Through it more electricity can he created and water can be cleaned better. C. It has already changed the way that wastewater is treated all over the world D. It has opened the door to put microbial fuel cells to productive use. 48. What attitude does Professor Liu hold towards the new technology? A. Supportive. B. Critical. C Unconcerned. D. Curious.
49. According to the last paragraph, why does the new system work better than the alternative approach? A. Because it is co-friendly and treats wastewater more effectively. B. Because it can make lull use of anaerobic digestion producing methane.
C. Because it may produce less methane than the alternative approach. D. Because it can produce 10 limes the energy than the alternative approach. 50. Which of the following best expresses the main idea of the passage? A. The treatment of wastewater is a huge energy cost. B. Wastewater is being treated differently over the world. C. Waste treatment plants have found a new way to power themselves. D. Microbial fuel cells will produce more electricity from wastewater. 第二节(共 5 小題，每小題 2 分满分 10 分） 根据对话内容，从对话后的选项中选出能填入空白处的最佳选项，填在答题卡上将该项涂黑 ,选项中有两项多余选项 ――Hi David. I heard you're looking for a new job. ——Yeah. 51 ______ ----Oh. 52____ ------I think 1 did well, They said they would make a decision by this l:riday. ——This Friday? 53______ -------Yeah! I think so ，too. ------54______. -------I believe I have a very good chance. The director seems lo like me. ——55 ______ -------Thanks. I hope it helps. A. Well ，good luck. then. B. How did you find it? C. I just had an interview yesterday. D. What are your chances of getting that job? E. How did it go? F I think you will face some new challenges. G. Looks like they want to hire the person .as quickly as possible 第 II 卷（非选择题，共 60 分） 第三部分：写（共三节，满分 60 分） 第一节阅读表达（丼 5 小题；毎小题 2 分，满分 10 分） 阅读下面短文并回答问题，然后将答案写到答题卡相应的位置上（请注意问 题后的词数要求） Lacrosse, invented by the Native Americans, is a popular team sport in North America and a national summer sport for Canada. It involves the use of nets, or ”heads” as they are called, which consist of a wooden or metal stick with a net on the end. Hockey is a game based on this sport. The name “lacrosse” was named by the French settlers ，with “Crosse” meaning curved stick. Lacrosse played a more serious role in Indian culture than anywhere else. Lacrosse was not a very well known sport until the late nineteenth century. It was mostly a boy’s game until a few years ago, and now it is played by both boys and girls. There were about three different forms of lacrosse based on the different tribes or places of how they played it. One of the ways still played today is called double stick; you play by using a two and a half foot stick in each hand and tossing a deer skin ball in between the two sticks. Like many other ball games ，there are two teams in Lacrosse ，each with ten players. There is one goalie, three defensemen, three midfielders and three attackmen . The goalies defend the goals, and if the ball goes into the goal, the team who got the goal scores. Whoever scores the most goals by the end of the game wins, with an overtime period being played if the game is tied. The game has four quarters and starts with a "faceoff “at the beginning of each quarter. A faceoff is when the ball is on the ground to start the game ，and one person from each team fights for the bail. 56. Who invented the game Lacrosse? (no more than 3 words) 57. When did Lacrosse become a well-known sport? (no more than 6 words)
58.1 low many players are needed to play a Lacrosse game? (no more than 1 word) 59, What is a goalie’s job? (no more than 7 words) 60. What happens if two teams score the same goals at the end of a game? (no more than 6 words) 第二节短文改错（共 10 小题；每小题 1.5 分，满分 15 分） 假定英语课上老师要求同桌之间交换修改作文,请你修改你同桌写的以下作 文。文中共有 10 处语言错误，每句中最多有两处。每处错误 仅涉及一个单词的增加、删除或修改。 增加：在缺词处加一个漏字符号（ ),并在其下面写出该加的词.， 删除：把多余的词用斜线〔\〕划掉。 修改：在错的词下划一横线，并在该词下面写出修改后的词。 注意 1.每处错误及其修改均仅限一词; 2.只允许修改 10 处，多者（从第 11 处起）不计分 I as well as my family are going to New York City this weekend. I had been looking forward to go there for a long time. It is one of the modernist city in the world. There have also a lot of museums where you can learn something you can’t learn it in school. I’d also like to see the Statue of Liberty and the Empire State Building. Unfortunately, the twin towers destroyed on September 11th, 2001 and I would have the chance to see them by myself. Now I am getting ready for the excited trip. I bet it will be a unforgettable experience. 第三节：书面表达(满分 35 分） 假如你是李华，你的笔友 Mike 从电视上得知前段时间四川多个地方出现雾 霾(haze),非常担心，写 email 询问有关悄况，请回复。回复应 包括以下要点： 1. 实况描述： 2. 对生活造成的影响； 3. 成因简析与教训； 4. 你个人的情况 要求：1.词数 100-120； 2. email 的开头与结尾已给出，不计入总词数。 Dear Mike, Thank you very much for your concern. _______________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ _______________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ _______________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ _______________________________________ Regards! Yours, Li Hua
绵阳市高中 2010 级第三次诊断性考试 英语试题参考答案及评分标准 第Ⅰ卷(选择题，共 90 分) 第一部分：英语知识运用（共二节，满分 40 分） 第一节：语法和词汇知识（共 10 小题；每小题 1 分，满分 10 分） 1-5 ABCDA 6-10 CA ABA
第二节：完形填空（共 20 小题；每小题 1.5 分，满分 30 分） 11-15 CDBBD 16-20 CABDC 21-25 ABDAA 26-30 DCBCA
第二部分：阅读理解（共二节，满分 50 分） 第一节：阅读（每小题 2 分，满分 40 分） 31-35 CADCB 36-40 BACCB 41-45 CDABD 46-50 DBAAD
第二节：补全对话（每小题 2 分，满分 10 分） 51-55 CEGDA 第Ⅱ卷（非选择题，共 60 分） 第三部分 写(共三节, 满分 60 分) 第一节 阅读表达（共 5 小题，每小题 2 分，满分 10 分） 56. The native Americans. 57. Not until the late nineteenth century(in the late 1890s). 58. 20.(twenty) 59. To defend the goal. 60. An overtime period is played. 第二节 短文改错（共 10 小题，每小题 1.5 分，满分 15 分） I as well as my family are going to New York City this weekend. I had been looking am have
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One possible version: Dear Mike， Thank you very much for your concern. Last months several places in Sichuan were blanketed with thick yellow fog. Everything around disappeared from our sight. Some highways were closed. Traffic jams were commonly seen in the streets. Many people, especially children and seniors, even found it difficult to breathe. As a result, local hospitals were crowded with people who had problems with their noses and lungs. Part of the cause was the dry weather, but the severely damaged environment
contributed a lot to this nightmare. Personally I didn ’t get any health problems in the haze because I stayed mostly indoors. But to make a significant change we really have to do more to protect our environment. To live a better life we have to push on with the economy, but it wound be meaningless if we have to achieve it at the cost of our breathing air. Regards! Yours, Li Hua
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