抚顺一中 2009 届高三第一次模拟考试英语试题
考试时间 110 分钟 满分 150 分 命题人：张 玲 姜义国 客观题，将正确答案涂在答题卡对应题号位置） 第 I 卷 （客观题，将正确答案涂在答题卡对应题号位置）
第一节：单项填空（ 第一节：单项填空（共 15 小题每题 1 分 共 15 分） 1．Try to spend your time just on the things you find_________. ． A. worthing doing them B. worth being done C. worthy to being done D. worthy of being done 2．Although the used car seems in good ____________,it cannot run too fast. ． A.state B.situation C.condition D.occasion 3.The volcano erupted violently ,yet the village at the foot of it should _________. A.come through B.go through C.get through D.pass through 4. Don’t worry too much about making ___ mistakes. They are ___ natural part of learning. A. /: a B. the;/ C. /; the D. the; the
5.Jack went to college last year and left his parents ,____________ to return home until he achieves his goal. A.determining not B.not determined C.not determining D.determined not 6. The voyages of travellers before the 17th century show that they were not ________ the sea even though they didn’t have modern navigational aids. A. at the expense of B. at the risk of C. in the way of D. at the mercy of 7. You’ll _______ the department until the end of the year. Next year you will be rearranged. A. be attached to B. be belonged to C. owe to D. be addicted to 8.The man as well as his horse _________ crossed the river ________ from Tokyo. A.which,come B.that ,comes C.who ,came D.who ,come 9.---You could have walked here. ---Yes.A taxi ___________ necessary. A.is B.was C.isn’t D.wasn’t 10.He stood there dumfounded without daring ________ his head as a consequence of his wrong action. A.lift B.to lift C. turn D. to rise 11.They returned home after a long journey,___________________. A.hungry & tiredly B.hungrily & tired ly C.tired & hungry D.tired & hungrily 12.-----They say Tom’s brother is a billionaire. ----_____________?He wouldn’t accept any help from his brother ,even though it was offered. A.What if B.What for C.So what D.Forget it 13.It was in the factory _________ his friend worked _______ he picked up a lot of experience. A.where,where B.that, where C.that,that D.where,that 14. One of the collectors collected some seeds from a tree that had _____ him. A. interest in B. appealed to C. been attracted D. drew attention of 15.When _____ comes to codes of ethics, I think everyone should strictly obey them.
第二节 第二节：完型填空 （每题 1.5 分，共 30 分）
In the depths of my memory, many things I did with my father still live. These things have come to represent, in fact, what I call 16 and love. I don’t remember my father ever getting into a swimming pool. But he did 17 the water. Any kind of 18 ride seemed to give him pleasure. 19 he loved to fish; sometimes he took me along. But I never really liked being on the water, the way my father did. I liked being 20 the water, moving through it, 21 it all around me. I was not a strong 22 , or one who learned to swim early, for I had my 23 . But I loved being in the swimming pool close to my father’s office and 24 those summer days with my father, who 25 come by on a break. I needed him to see what I could do. My father would stand there in his suit, the 26 person not in swimsuit. After swimming, I would go 27 his office and sit on the wooden chair in front of his big desk, where he let me 28 anything I found in his top desk drawer. Sometimes, if I was left alone at his desk 29 he worked in the lab, an assistant or a student might come in and tell me perhaps I shouldn’t be playing with his 30 . But my father always 31 and said easily, “Oh, no, it’s 32 .” Sometimes he handed me coins and told me to get 33 an ice cream… A poet once said, “We look at life once, in childhood,; the rest is 34 .” And I think it is not only what we “look at once, in childhood” that determines our memories, 35 who ,in that childhood, looks at us. 16．A. desire B. joy C. anger D. worry ． 17．A. avoid B. refuse C. praise D. love ． 18．A. boat B. bus C. train D. bike ． 19．A. But B. Then C. And D. Still ． 20．A. on B. off C. by D. at ． 21．A. having B. leaving C. making D. getting ． 22．A. swimmer B. rider C. walker D. runner ． 23．A. hopes B. faiths C. rights D. fears ． 24．A. spending B. saving C. wasting D. ruining ． 25．A. should B. would C. had to D. ought to ． 26．A. next B. only C. other D. last ． 27．A. away from B. out of C. by D. inside ． 28．A. put up B. break down C. play with D. work out ． 29. A. the moment B. the first time C. while D. before 30. A. fishing net B. office things C. wooden chair D.lab equipment 31. A. stood up B. set out C. showed up D. turned out 32. A. fine B. strange C. terrible D. funny 33. A. the student B. the assistant C. myself D. himself 34. A. memory B. wealth C. experience D. practice 35. A. as B. but C. or D. and
第三节：阅读理解（ 小题； 第三节：阅读理解（共 20 小题；每小题 2 分，共 40 分）
Too often we accuse others of not listening, pretending that we ourselves are faultless, yet in our hearts we know that many of the mistakes we make come about because we haven’t listened carefully enough. We get things wrong because we haven’t listened carefully enough. We get things wrong because we haven’t quite understood what someone meant when they were talking to us. Anyone who has ever taken the minutes of a long meeting will know how hard it is to remember-- despite the benefit of notes-- exactly what everyone said. But success depends on getting things right--and that means listening. Listening is not the same thing as hearing; it is not an effort actively. It demands attention and concentration. It may mean quizzing the speaker for additional information or for clarification------ it is always better to ask than to continue regardless and get things wrong. However, if you allow your mind to wander onto something else, even for a few minutes, you’ll miss what the speaker is saying------ probably at the very moment when he or she is saying something critical. And not having heard, you won’t know you’ve missed anything until it’s too late. The most common bad habit we have is to start thinking of what we are going to say about the subject long before the other speaker has finished. We then stop listening. Even worse, this often adds rudeness to inattentiveness, as once you have decided what to say there is a fair chance you will interrupt to say it. Good listeners don’t interrupt. In fact it is often worth explaining the main idea of what you have just been told before going on to make your own points. Nobody is offended by this and it shows that you have listened well. Above all be patient and accept that many people are not very good communicators. It’s helpful to remember that the ways people move and position themselves while they are speaking can reveal a great deal about what they are saying. Equally important you should put yourself in the other person’s place, both intellectually and emotionally; it will help you to understand what they are getting at and form a response. But don’t be too clever. Faced with a know-all, many people keep quiet because they see no point in continuing. 36. Which is the best title for this passage? A. Don’t be too clever B. Be a good listener. C. Don’t miss anything critical D. Think of the speaker 37. In the last paragraph, “…… what they are getting at ……” means________ . A. what they imply B. what they like C. what they attack D. what they achieve 38. What is the writer’s opinion? A. If you want to be a good listener, you should be very clever and emotional. B. Speakers won’t continue talking when their listeners explain what they’ve
heard. C. If you don’t want to get things wrong, it’s important to be a good listener, D. It’s hard to be a good listener because listening tests you on your intelligence. 39. What is the lesson we can learn from this passage? A. Don’t accuse others of not listening while talking with them. B. Don’t get anything wrong if you miss what the speaker is saying. C. Listening inattentively may cost you the loss of your success. D. Think carefully of what you’re going to say before the speaker finishes. （B） ） My father was a foreman of a sugar-cane plantation in Rio Piedras, Puerto Rico. My first job was to drive the oxen that ploughed the cane fields. I would walk behind an ox, guiding him with a broomstick. For $ 1 a day, I worked eight hours straight, with no food breaks. It was very tedious work, but it prepared me for life and taught me many lasting lessons. Because the plantation owners were always watching us, I had to be on time every day and work as hard as I could. I’ve never been late for any job since. I also learned about being respectful and faithful to the people you work for. More important, I earned my pay; it never entered my mind to say I was sick just because I didn’t want to work. I was only six years old, but I was doing a man’s job. Our family needed every dollar we could make because my father never earned more than $ 18 a week. Our home was a three-room wood shack with a dirty floor and no toilet. Nothing made me prouder than bringing home money to help my mother, father, two brothers and three sisters. This gave me self-esteem(自尊心 one of the most important 自尊心), 自尊心 things a person can have. When I was seven, I got work at a golf course near our house. My job was to stand down the fairway and spot the balls as they landed, so the golfers could find them. Losing a ball meant you were fired, so I never missed one. Some nights I would lie in bed and dreamt of making thousands of dollars by playing golf and being able to buy a bicycle. The more I dreamed, the more I thought. Why not? I made my first golf club out of guava limb(番石榴树枝 and a piece of pipe. Then I hammered an empty tin 番石榴树枝 番石榴树枝) can into the shape of a ball. And finally I dug two small holes in the ground and hit the ball back and forth. I practiced with the same devotion and intensity. I learned working in the field — except now I was driving golf balls with club, not oxen with a broomstick. 40. The writer’s first job was _______. A. to stand down the fairway at a golf course
B. to watch over the sugar-cane plantation C. to drive the oxen that ploughed the cane fields D. to spot the balls as they landed so the golfers could find them 41. The writer learned that_______ from his first job. A. he should work for those who he liked most B. he should work longer than what he was expected C. he should never fail to say hello to his owner D. he should be respectful and faithful to the people he worked for 42. _______ gave the writer self-esteem. A. Having a family of eight people B. Owning his own golf course C. Bringing money back home to help the family D. Helping his father with the work on the plantation 43. Which of the following statements is true according to the passage? A. He wanted to be a successful golfer. B. He wanted to run a golf course near his house. C. He was satisfied with the job he got on a plantation. D. He wanted to make money by guiding oxen with a broomstick. (C)
Western New Bridge Library Announcement 2008-3-10 Shortened Library Hours for Spring Break Library Hours have been shortened to 7 hours a day (9:00 a.m. – 4:00p.m.) for Spring Break from March 24 to March 30. Coming Events ·On Monday, March 24, at 10:30 a.m., Scott Sutton, a children’s writer, will tell stories to kids over seven. Sutton’s attractive style will surely inspire everyone present! ·At 1:00 p.m., on March 26, the Geogetown Musicians will present an Irish Folk Concert, which will be entertaining for the entire family. Come for the music and stay to check out some relevant books for the rest of the week! ·On Thursday, March 27, at 2:00 p.m., the annual Children’s Gathering will take place in Room 201, the second-floor. Pick up an invitation in the Children’s Room and return your RSVP(回复 to reserve your seat at the table by 3:00 p.m. on Tuesday, March 25. 回复) 回复 Only children are allowed in the Gathering. ·At 10:30 a.m. on Friday, March 28, Enzo Monfre of the hit kid’s science show, ENZOology, will bring Fossils Live! Surely Enzo will take the audience back in time, deep beneath the surface of the earth, to uncover the mysteries of killer dinosaurs, and more. Enzo recently appeared on the Ellen DeGeneres Show—come and see him at the library!
Please note： case of emergency, please call the Help Desk at 926-3736 and follow the In ： procedures outlined on the voice message. The call-down servive is staffed 24 hours a day, 7 days a week for emergencies. The Help Desk supplies service to you all the year around! For questions about all these, please cntact firstname.lastname@example.org. Come for the great Fun; Stay for the relevant Books! 44. To attend the annual Children’s Gathering, one has to _____. A. buy a ticket B. apply in advance C. make a reservation D. contact the call-down service 45. According to the passage, Enzo Monfre will ______. A. show the children around a zoo B. tell stories to children over seven C. be present at the science show in person D. lead the children to the Ellen DeGenerse Show 46. The Help Desk in this library supplies service ______. A. only during the daytime B. in case of emergency C. till the end of the Spring Break D. after 22:00 p.m. every day 47. We can learn from the passage that children can ______. A. attend all the activities with their parents B. borrow some relevant books for the activities. C. participate in the activities form 8:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. D. choose only one of the activities according to their interst D Intellectual property (IP) is a product of the mind that has commercial value. The concept dates back to 1623 when the first patent law to protect IP rights was passed. IP rights protect an artist from having his/her creative ideas copied by another. For example, if somebody generates an idea for a novel, that idea is protected by IP rights. If someone else wishes to represent the idea or develop it further, he/ she must consult the original artists, who will normally be rewarded financially for its use. Back in the 17th century, IP rights were primarily carried out to protect newly developed manufacturing processes against stealing. But today, intellectual property rights, are also enjoyed by those who create music, art and literature. In recent years, IP rights have been the focus of a great deal of discussion because of a technology which seems to weaken them altogether; the Internet. Many years ago, if you wanted a recording of a song, you would have to purchase it from a music store; if a novel, from a book store. In those days, IP rights were easily protected since it was very difficult to obtain intellectual property without paying for it. However, a lot of IP, including songs, films, books and artwork, can be downloaded today free of charge using the Internet. This practice has now taken the world by storm, dramatically affecting the way in which we view IP rights. 48 According to the writer, in the beginning, IP rights were mainly of use to ______. A. those creating music, art and literature B. novelists C. engineers and inventors D. those not receiving financial reward for their work 49. What do we know about the internet according to the passage? A. It makes IP rights harder to protect. B. It sells songs and films. C. It does not affect the way we understand IP rights.
D. It prevents the production of artwork. 50. According to paragraph 2, what has “taken the world by storm”? A. Intellectual property rights. B. The Internet. C. Free downloading. D. The large number of songs, films and books. 第Ⅱ卷
小题； 请将答案写在第Ⅱ卷的指定位置。 第一节：阅读理解（共 5 小题；每小题 2 分，满分 10 分）请将答案写在第Ⅱ卷的指定位置。 阅读理解（ 根据短文内容，从短文后的选项中选出能填入空白处的最佳选项。 根据短文内容，从短文后的选项中选出能填入空白处的最佳选项。选项中有两项为多余选 项。 The Internet has opened up a whole new online world for us to meet, chat and go where we’ve never been before. But just as in face to face communication, there are some rules of behavior that should be followed when on line. 51 Imagine how you’d feel if you were in the other person’s shoes. For anything you’re about to send: ask yourself, “Would I say this to the person’s face?” if the answer is no, rewrite and reread. 52 If someone in the chat room is rude to you, your instinct (本能 is to fire back in the same 本能) 本能 manner. But try not to do so. 53 If it was caused by a disagreement with another member, try to fix the situation by politely discussing it. Remember to respect the beliefs and opinions of others in the chat room. 54 Offer advice when asked by newcomers, as they may not be sure what to do or how to communicate. When someone makes a mistake, whether it’s a stupid question or an unnecessarily long answer, be kind about it. If it’s a small mistake, you may not need to say anything. Even if you feel strongly about it, think twice before saying anything. Having good manners yourself doesn’t give you license to correct everyone else. 55 At the same time, if you find you are wrong, be sure to correct yourself and apologize to those that you have offended. It is not polite to ask others personal questions such as their age, sex and marital status. Unless you know the person very well, and you are both comfortable with sharing personal information, don’t ask such questions. A. It’s natural that there some people who speak rudely or make mistakes online. B. Repeat the process till you feel sure that you’d feel comfortable saying the words to the person’s face. C. Everyone was new to the network once. D. The basic rule is simple: treat others in the same way you would want to be treated. E. When you send short messages to a person online, you must say something beautiful to hear. F. You should either ignore the person, or use your chat software to block their messages. G. If you do decide to tell someone about a mistake, point it out politely.
第二节：短文改错(10 分) 短文改错(10 处错误，每句中最多有两处。错误涉及一个单词的增加、删除或修改。 下面短文中共有 10 处错误，每句中最多有两处。错误涉及一个单词的增加、删除或修改。 增加：在缺词处加一个漏词符号（ ，并在此符号下面写出该加的词。 增加：在缺词处加一个漏词符号（∧） 并在此符号下面写出该加的词。 ，并在此符号下面写出该加的词 删除：把多余的词用斜线（ ）划掉。 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。 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： 、每处错误及其修改均仅限一词； 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 、 多者（ 处起） It was 7:15 in the morning of February 8, 2007. I was walking along Park Road towards the east while an old man came out of the park on the other sides of the street. Then I saw a yellow car drive up Third Street and made a right turn into Park Road. The next moment the car hit the man while she was crossing the road He fell with a cry. The car didn’t stop and drive off at full speed heading wore a pair of west. I noticed the driver was young glasses and the plate woman
number was AC864. After two minutes later, I
stopped a passed car and took the old man to the nearest hospital. 第三节：书面表达(满分 25 分) 书面表达 满分 针对目前高三学生学习压力较大的现状，有人以“ 针对目前高三学生学习压力较大的现状，有人以“Effective Ways to Release the Stress”为题于上周调查采访了五个学校的 500 名高三学生。 名高三学生。 为题于上周调查采访了五个学校的 请你根据以下调查结果的图表写 一份报告，并再谈谈自己或身边同学释放压力的有效方法。 一份报告，并再谈谈自己或身边同学释放压力的有效方法。
注意： 词数 词数： 左右； 注意：1.词数：120 左右； 2.调查报告的题目和开头已为你写好 不记入总词数 。 调查报告的题目和开头已为你写好(不记入总词数 调查报告的题目和开头已为你写好 不记入总词数)。 3.参考词汇：心理咨询室 the psychological consulting office 参考词汇： 参考词汇
抚顺一中 2009 届高三第一次模拟考试英语科试题参考答案
书面表达(共 1 小题；满分 30 分) Effective Ways to Release the Stress Nowadays more and more senior three students are getting stressed in their studies．In order to find out effective ways to release the stress，a survey was made last week in five schools．Altogether 500 students were interviewed，and some if interesting results were as follows：About thirty-five percent of the students let out their stress by doing sports．They play football，for instance．Meanwhile，another forty—five percent of them release their stress by listening to different kinds of music．Interestingly，the rest twenty percent of them usually get help from the school psychological consulting office． When I’m stressed， usually do lots of weightlifting to get myself tired． I Then I’ll have a good sleep．In this way，I’ll feel relaxed and forget all about my worries． 1-5DCAAD 6-10DABDB 11-15CCDBC 完型 16—20 BDACD 21—25 AADAB 26—30 BDCCB 31—35 CACAB 阅读 （A）BACC （B）CDCA （C）CCBB （D） CAC 51-55DBFCG 短文改错(10 短文改错(10 分) It was 7:15 in the morning of February 8, 2007. I was walking along Park Road towards the on east while an old man came out of the park on the other sides of the street. Then I saw a when side yellow car drive up Third Street and made a right turn into Park Road. The next moment make the car hit the man while she was crossing the road. He fell with a cry. The car didn’t stop he and drive off at full speed heading west. I noticed the driver was∧young woman ∧wore a pair ∧ drove a who/改为 wearing 改为 of glasses and the plate number was AC864. After two minutes later, I stopped a passed car passing and took the old man to the nearest hospital.
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