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k J.Com 2011 学年高三一轮复习测试试卷(三) (英语)必修三 满分(120) 一、语法和词汇知识(共 15 小题;每小题 1 分,满分 15 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。 1. We ought to buy some new office equipment; the stuff we’ve got is A. out of date B. out of work C. out of control D. out of sight ? .

2. — Which club do you

— Oh, I’m a member of the football club in our school. A. add in B. run into C. turn to D. belong to quality, yet the prices are lower than

3. The musical instruments here are of anywhere else. A. disappointing 4. He told me there A. took place C. would be 5. The shop sells A. such; that B. terrible

C. professional

D. poor

a football match in our school next Saturday. B. going to be

D. was to hold expensive goods B. so; that C. such; as I want to buy nothing in it. D. so; as away for almost

6. When Jack arrived at the bus station, he learned that Mary an hour. A. had been B. was C. has been D. was being

7. After the earthquake, all the villagers rushed out and began to search the

ruins

. B. in surprise C. in turn . D. in question

A. in a hurry

8. The more I thought about the problem, A. it seemed more difficult C. the more it seemed difficult

B. it seemed the more difficult D. the more difficult it seemed take a short break every

9. No matter how busy you are, I think you should hour. A. at most B. at best C. at least

D. at last

10. — Must I clean the window before I hang out with Henry? — Yes. A. It’s fascinating! C. Believe it or not! B. It’s your turn. D. Take it easy! , he told me that I should take

11. After the doctor in a white uniform took my a good rest. A. advice B. words C. temperature

D. arm

12. Our teacher is questions. A. familiar

with us even when we sometimes ask him some silly

B. pleased

C. popular

D. patient by advertising without being

13. It should be pointed out that we are often aware of it. A. influenced B. impressed C. improved

D. informed to their

14. 200 students surveyed in a Stanford study were found to be

iPhones. A. addicted B. donated C. opposed D. related

15. — Will Joy come to our picnic this afternoon, David? — Why not give him a phone call? B. I am not sure about that. D. It’s a crazy idea.

A. Absolutely! C. I don’t agree with you.

二、完形填空(共 20 小题;每小题 1 分,满分 20 分) Have you ever considered what it would be like not to be able to smile? I up until a few months ago, when I found that I exaggerating (夸张) it a little bit — technically, I could side of my face! I went to the doctor, and was 19 with Bell’s Palsy — a paralysis or weakness of 20 , this was quite a shock 17 18 16 ,

couldn’t. Well, I’m , but only with one

the muscles on one side of the face. As you could to me, and made me very 21

. Although this was a major bomb that was 22 life is, but about how I face

dropped on my life, this story is not about how the sudden 23 falling on me.

Anyway, so smiling is a part of everyday life for caused me to think 25

24

. “Losing” half my face

a smile is. According to the dictionary, a smile is a 26 27 or amusement, characterized by the turning

facial expression indicating up of the corners of the smile, which After 29 28

. But what about the cause? What is behind the

us to show this expression of pleasure? 30 that a smile is not only

this for a while, I came up with the

characterized by the upturning of the corners of the mouth, but also by the actions, words, and thoughts of the “smiler”. This gave me hope, as I is not just an outward 32 , but an inward lifestyle. 31 that smiling

With this in mind, I set about learning how to smile with my life through my 33 , not just with my face. 34 , sometimes I send my friends Smile 35 the true smile.

Cards with a chocolate bar or a bookmark, letting them 16. A. didn’t B. hadn’t C. don’t D. haven’t 17. A. scarcely B. rarely C. hardly D. actually 18. A. smile B. speak C. cry D. eat

19. A. concerned B. equipped C. diagnosed 20. A. expect B. behave C. believe

D. questioned

D. imagine

21. A. excited B. upset C. puzzled D. tired 22. A. easy B. boring C. hard D. interesting 23. A. challenge B. fortune C. duty D. discipline 24. A. us B. them C. you D. me

25. A. what B. where C. which D. how 26. A. curiosity B. interest C. pleasure D. boredom 27. A. face B. mouth C. nose D. eyes 28. A. advises B. persuades C. forces D. causes 29. A. thinking about B. talking about C. looking for D. asking for 30. A. agreement B. condition C. announcement D. conclusion

31. A. doubted B. guessed C. realized

D. insisted

32. A. expression B. decoration C. existence D. behavior 33. A. speeches B. actions C. promises D. opinions 34. A. In fact B. As a result C. For example D. By the way 35. A. discover B. suggest C. convey D. experience

三、阅读理解(共 20 小题:每小题 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。 A On 10 November 1951, Sir Hugh Beaver, then the managing director of the Guinness Brewery, went on a shooting party in North Slob, by the River Slaney in County Wexford, Ireland. He became involved in an argument: which was the fastest game bird in Europe, the golden plover (金斑鸠) or the grouse (松鸡)? That evening at Castlebridge House, he realized that it was impossible to confirm in reference books whether or not the golden plover was Europe’s fastest game bird. Beaver thought that there must be numerous other questions debated nightly in the 81,400 pubs in Britain and Ireland, but there was no book with which to settle arguments about records. He realized then that a book giving the answers to this sort of questions might become popular. Beaver’s idea became reality when Guinness employee Christopher Chataway recommended student twins Norris and Ross McWhirter, who had been running a fact-finding agency in London. The brothers were asked to compile (收集) what became The Guinness Book of Records in August 1954. One thousand copies were

printed and given away. After founding the Guinness Book of Records at 107 Fleet Street, the first 198-page edition was bound on 27 August 1955 and went to the top of the British best-seller lists by Christmas. “It was a marketing give-away—it wasn’t supposed to be a money-maker,” said Beaver. “The following year it was launched (出版) in the US, and sold 70,000 copies.” After the book became a hit, many further editions were printed, eventually settling into a pattern of one revision a year. The McWhirters continued to publish it and related books for many years. Both brothers had an encyclopedic (知识广博 的) memory — on the TV series Record Breakers, based upon the book, they would take questions posed by children in the audience on various world records, and would usually be able to give the correct answer. 36. Sir Hugh Beaver was the first to .

A. answer which was the fastest game bird in Europe B. have the idea of compiling a book to settle arguments about world records C. gather facts for The Guinness Book of Records D. run a fact-finding agency in London 37. The McWhirters were asked to compile what became The Guinness Book of Records because .

A. both of them worked for the Guinness Brewery B. both of them had excellent memories C. they had been running a fact-finding agency in London

D. they were good friends of Guinness employee Christopher Chataway 38. What happened when The Guinness Book of Records came out in August 1954? A. Only one thousand copies were sold. B. It became an immediate success. C. No one wanted to buy it. D. Many copies were given to people for free. 39. What Beaver said in the fourth paragraph suggests that .

A. the success of The Guinness Book of Records was beyond his expectation B. he didn’t want to make money from The Guinness Book of Records C. he had made careful plan for the marketing of The Guinness Book of Records D. he was sure of the success of The Guinness Book of Records 40. We can learn from the last paragraph that .

A. The Guinness Book of Records was only sold in London B. the McWhirters turned to TV show in later years C. The Guinness Book of Records was mainly bought by children D. Record Breakers were very popular among kids B American researchers have discovered that human brains and sleep patterns are confused by devices that give out bright lights. Electronics, such as laptops, mislead our minds into thinking that it is still daytime, preventing sleep and increasing the risk of insomnia.

Sleep experts say human’s natural body clock begins to rest and relax from the day between 9 and 10 pm but the use of computers confuses it. A person’s brain biologically becomes awake when the sun is out because bright light after dark causes the brain to stop producing the hormone (荷尔蒙) called melatonin that makes us sleepy. Researchers say blue light from devices such as iPads, which is expected to become a popular reading tool when it comes out later this month, is particularly disruptive (干扰的) during the night when the brain thinks it should be dark. Experts say a good book is a far better way of resting the brain and ensuring a good night’s sleep because the bedside lamp light doesn’t affect the brain as it does not look straight into a person’s eyes. “Potentially, yes, if you’re using an iPad or a laptop close to bedtime… that light can be stimulating (刺激) to the brain to make it more awake and delay your ability to sleep,” Phyllis Zee, a professor at Northwestern University and director of the school’s Centre for Sleep & Circadian Biology, told CNN. “And I think more importantly, it could also be enough to affect your circadian (昼 夜节律的) rhythm. This is the clock in your brain that determines when you sleep and when you wake up.” Alon Avidan, associate director of the Sleep Disorders Center at the University of California Los Angeles, added, “I wish people would just take a boring book — an old-fashioned book — and read by a lamp.” 41. The underlined word “insomnia” in the first paragraph probably means “ ”.

A. being unable to eat properly

B. brain injury

C. being unable to fall sleep D. lack of energy 42. Melatonin is the hormone that A. makes us sleepy .

B. helps us relaxed

C. prevents us from waking up D. makes us excited 43. The bedside lamp light doesn’t affect the brain because A. it doesn’t give out blue light B. it’s not as bright as your laptop C. it doesn’t enter your eyes directly D. it is adjustable 44. We can conclude from the passage that . .

A. one who uses his laptop often before bedtime can have his body clock disturbed B. using a laptop before bedtime is more harmful than using an iPad C. we’d better not do anything before going to bed D. the best time to go to bed is before 9 pm 45. What can help people have a good night’s sleep according to Alon Avidan? A. Using an iPad. B. Doing some work on your laptop. C. Reading an exciting novel. C There are many opinions today about whether men or women work harder, and whether men don’t really have any cares and are allowed to just sit back and relax. At my household my dad doesn’t really do the dishes, wash, or do any of the D. Reading a boring book.

household chores and when we go to family events, the men are usually watching some sort of sporting events on TV. In a recent news article a Princeton economist, Alan Krueger, states, “For a woman, time with her parents often resembles work, whether it’s helping them pay bills or plan a family gathering. For men, it tends to be sitting on the sofa and watching football matches with their dad.” At all of my family get-togethers, even on both sides of the family, this is picture-perfect as to what the author says. Why is it always the women who have to do the dishes after a nice meal while the men sit and relax watching TV? I think that it’s how we were brought up. It just seems like tradition. In most cases it seems that men have a longer work day or a harder work day than most women. This is true with my family and relatives. However, I still think that everyone should have to do their fair share of work around the house and at family get-togethers. With the topic of men relaxing, I also read another article that talks about how women work harder in school and care more about their GPA than men do. It seems like guys just like to sit back and relax in school and that they don’t care about their grades as much as girls do. I know at my school this is true. Guys will admit that they don’t care as much about their grades as the girls do. I think most people just expect that girls do better in school because they are more patient with their work. 46. At the author’s household, her dad A. only do housework sometimes .

B. help her mom do some housework C. do most of the housework D. never do the housework 47. We can learn from the first paragraph that .

A. the author quite agrees with Alan Krueger’s statement B. women prefer to spend time with their parents C. the author’s family is quite unique in society D. the author thinks Alan Krueger’s idea goes to extreme 48. What is the author’s attitude towards men relaxing? A. She doesn’t give her personal opinion. B. She thinks men work harder and therefore needs to relax. C. She thinks men relax too much at home. D. She thinks women should be more considerate. 49. According to the author, men sit and relax watching TV because A. they play a more important role in society B. they work longer and harder during the day C. they do more important jobs than women D. they are not good at housework as women 50. What do we know about boys and girls at school? A. Boys always have better grades than girls. B. Boys care more about grades than girls. C. Girls are expected to do better at school. D. Boys are expected to work even harder. .

D Frequently dismissed as cranks (怪人), vegetarians’ fussy eating habits tend to make them unpopular with dinner party hosts and guests alike. But now it seems they may have the last laugh, with research showing vegetarians are more intelligent than their meat-eating friends. A study of thousands of men and women revealed that those who stick to a vegetarian diet have IQs that are around five points higher than those who regularly eat meat. The researchers, from the University of Southampton, tracked the fortunes of more than 8,000 volunteers for 20 years. At the age of ten, the boys and girls sat a series of tests designed to determine their IQs. When they reached the age of 30, they were asked whether they were vegetarian and their answers were compared to their childhood IQ score. Around four and a half percent of the adults were vegetarian — a figure that is broadly in line with that found in the general population. However, further analysis of the results showed those who were brainiest (聪明的) as children were more likely to have become vegetarian as adults, avoiding both meat and fish. The vegetarians were also more likely to have gained degrees and hold down high-powered jobs. There was no difference in IQs between strict vegetarians and those who classed themselves as veggie but still ate fish or chicken. However, vegans — vegetarians who also avoid dairy products — scored significantly lower, averaging an IQ score of 95 at the age of 10.

Researcher Dr Catharine Gale said there could be several explanations for the findings, including intelligent people being more likely to consider both animal welfare issues and the possible health benefits of a vegetarian diet. Past exponents of a meat-free lifestyle include George Bernard Shaw and Benjamin Franklin. Promoting the cause, Shaw said, “A mind of the calibre (能力) of mine cannot drive its nutriment from cows.” While Franklin stated that a vegetarian diet resulted in greater clearness of head and quicker comprehension. 51. The passage mainly tells us .

A. vegetarians are becoming popular B. who are more likely to become vegetarians C. vegetarians are more intelligent D. vegetarians can benefit our environment 52. What kind of children are more likely to become vegetarian as adults? A. Children with low IQs. C. Healthy children. B. Children with high IQs. D. Overweight children.

53. What do we know about those who classed themselves as veggie but still ate fish or chicken? A. They have lower IQs than strict vegetarians. B. Their IQs are as high as those of strict vegetarians. C. Their IQs are even higher than those of strict vegetarians. D. They have the same IQs as meat-eaters.

54. George Bernard Shaw probably A. only ate beef occasionally

.

B. devoted himself to protecting animals C. preferred a free lifestyle D. was a vegetarian ”.

55. The underlined word “exponents” is similar in meaning to “ A. supporters B. doubters C. contributors D. writers

四、书面表达(共两节,满分 45 分) 第一节 阅读表达(共 5 小题;每小题 3 分,满分 15 分) 阅读下面的短文,并根据短文后的要求答题(请注意问题后的字数要求) 。 [1] Wedding is a warm lucky and peaceful occasion where two people are tied into the beautiful knot of marriage. Planning a wedding is surely a tough job since there are so many requirements that are needed to be completed. One of the most important decisions while planning a wedding is finding the right place for the wedding. [2] Though church and wedding hall are traditional places for wedding, you can also go for a beach wedding or a garden wedding. Garden weddings are becoming very popular these days, since they create very romantic memories of the wedding. [3] Spring, winter, summer and autumn are some of the best seasons for arranging a garden wedding. Some seasons like summer, have risk of sudden rain and humidity. Thus, you need to fix the wedding date that will .

[4] Also, make sure that you choose a wedding hour that will be comfortable for the guests. Garden weddings in the morning are good, but you will have very less

time for preparation. Afternoon weddings can be troublesome due to high temperature and you don’t want your guests to be sweating. The best time for a garden wedding is in the evening, since the temperature is cool. [5] If you don’t have your private garden or backyard, then you can think of other locations like lake areas, private parks or country clubs. You can even have a garden wedding in your backyard, if your guest list is too short. Wedding at private gardens can be a bit high on budget, thus the wedding budget is the determining factor for choosing the garden. [6] One of the advantages of arranging a garden wedding is that, you don’t have to think much about decorating it because of the natural beauty of the garden. So, all you need to do is simply make the best of the beauty of the garden. 56. Why are garden weddings becoming popular these days? (no more than 10 words) . 57. Fill in the blank in Paragraph 3 with proper words. (no more than 5 words) . 58. Which sentence in the text is the closest in meaning to the following one? It’s better to hold your garden wedding ceremony in the evening, for it is neither too hot nor too cold at that time. . 59. List three places where weddings can be held based on the text. (no more than 6 words)







60. Translate the underlined sentence in Paragraph 1 into Chinese. . 第二节 写作(满分 30 分) 假设你是李明,高三伊始,你们学校为了提高学生的成绩,决定暂停体育课,并分别以语、 数、外三大主科代之。请根据以下要点用英语写一篇短文。 1. 校方作此决定的原因;2. 你自己对该决定的看法。 注意:词数 120-150。

参考答案: 1-15 16-35 36-55 ADCCA BDACD BCDAD AADCB BCADA CACAD CDAAB CBDAD DACBC CABCD CBBDA

56. Because garden weddings can create very romantic memories. 57. be a sunny day / be sunny 58. The best time for a garden wedding is in the evening, since the temperature is cool. 59. church, backyard, wedding hall, private garden, lake areas, private parks, country clubs (任选三个即可) 60. 婚礼是在温馨祥和的场合一对新人喜结连理,共浴爱河。 One possible version: At the beginning of the new term, we are informed that we will have no PE classes from now on. The time would be used to study Chinese, Math and English. What disappointing news it is!

In my opinion, it is inappropriate to cut down our limited exercise time to zero. First, physical education is very important in our life because it keeps us healthy and energetic. Moreover, it is a good time for us to communicate with each other, as we are too busy to have a face-to-face chat every day. We can make full of this forty-five minutes to do something we wish to do. Last but not the least, physical education classes help build a foundation for participation in various social activities later in our life. We can fully understand the intention of this decision, which gives us more time to study. However, I hope the school had better consider the decision again in the long run.


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