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安徽省皖北协作区 2012 届高三年级联考 英语试卷
本卷分第Ⅰ卷(选择题)和第Ⅱ卷(非选择题)两部分,满分 150 分,考试时间 120 分钟。 第Ⅰ卷 第一部分:听力理解 (共两节。满分 30 分) 第一节(共 5 小题:每小题 1 分,共 5 分) 听下面 5 段对话。每段对话后有一个小题,从每题所给的 A、B、C 三个选项中选出最 佳选项。听完每段对话后,你将有 10 秒钟的时间来回答有关小题和阅读下一小题。每段对 话你将听一遍。 1. When does BBC news end? A. At 6:30. B. At 7:.00. C. At 7:30, 2. What will the man buy for Kate's birthday? A. A bottle of wine. B. Some flowers. C. A music CD. 3. Where does this conversation most probably take place? A. In a department store, B. In a post office. C. In a bank. 4. What will the two speakers probably do? A. Go to see a film. B. Go cycling. C. Go sailing. 5. How does the man feel about the bus service? A. Dissatisfied. B. Pleased. C. Puzzled. 第二节(共 15 小题:每小题 1 分,共 15 分) 听下面 5 段对话或独白。每段对话或独白后有几个小题,从每题所给的 A、B、C 三个 选项中选出最佳选项。听每段对话或独白前,你将有 5 秒钟的时间阅读每小题。听完后,每 小题将给出 5 秒钟的做答时间。每段对话或独白你将听两遍。 听第 6 段对话,回答第 6 至第 7 题。 6. What are the two speakers talking about? A. TV programs. B. Hobbies. C. Food. 7. What does the woman eat every day? A. Rice and fruit. B. Chocolate cakes and fruit. C. Hamburgers and chocolate cakes. 听第 7 段对话,回答第 8 至第 9 题。 8. Why does the man talk to the woman? A. To ask her for help. B. To give her an invitation. C. To ask her to bring something. 9. What is the man likely to do on Friday? A. Join a party. B. Be away for a holiday. C. Watch TV programs 听第 8 段对话,回答第 10 至第 12 题。 10. Why do the students write to the man? A. They want his records. B. They want him to teach them. C. They hope to talk to him at school. 11. What's the man?
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A. A successful reporter. B. A pop star. C. An excellent athlete. 12. Why did none of the teachers like the man when he was at school? A. He often failed to do well. B. He didn't like the teachers. C. He was often late for school. 听第 9 段对话,回答第 13 至第 16 题。 13. What are the two speakers talking about? A. An imaginary story. B. An unsuccessful robbery. C. A fight between two young men. 14. Why wasn't Mrs Brown hurt? A. She defeated the two young men. B. Somebody else came to help her. C. She ran away in time. 15. What do we know about the two young men? A. They were having a walk in the dark street. B. They were helping the police catch thieves. C. They tried to rob Mrs Brown of her handbag. 16. Which word can best describe Mrs Brown? A. Frightened. B. Brave C. Stupid. 听第 10 段材料,回答第 17 至第 20 题。 17. What percentage of drivers and passengers wear seat belts? A. About 50%. B. About 40%. C. About 15%. 18. Why was the study made in several cities of the USA and Canada? A. To find out what kind of people wear seat belts. B. To find out why people do not wear seat belts. C. To find out how many people not wearing seat belts are killed each year. 19. What can we know about the people who wear seat belts? A. They have higher education. B. They never have accidents. C. They are non-smokers. 20. In which country is there a law requiring use of safety belts? A. The USA. B. Australia. C. Canada. 第二部分:英语知识运用(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) 从 A、B、C、D 四个选项中,选出可以填入空白处的最佳选项。 例:Alice was the letter from Tom, but it didn't reach her for some reason. A. expecting B. waiting C. waiting for D. expected 答案是 A。 21. -- Do you need more beef steak? -- ______. A. Not exactly B. Hold it C. You're welcome D. No, thanks, I'm full 22. If you see this problem only from one side or _____ , you will be blind to the truth. A. others B. other C. any other D. the other 23. _____ the international situation experiences great changes, China and the US have more common interests and shoulder more common responsibilities.
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A. As B. For C. Until D. However 24. It's reported that women with demanding jobs are almost _____ to suffer a heart attack. A. as likely twice B. likely twice as C. twice as likely D. twice likely as 25. The new rules apply to new Internet users who are required to _____ their real identities upon registration. A. recognize B. submit C. permit D. accept 26. No matter how far you may fly, never forget _____ you come from. A. when B. how C. where D. what 27. I'm as busy as a bee; ______ you bother me with so many questions now? A. may B. must C. can D. shall 28. _____ shopping habits, Alipay was the preferred method of payment for 69% of Chinese shoppers. A. In terms of B. Instead of C. From behind D. In case of 29. Some Mengniu milk was found to contain _____ matter linked to liver cancer, country's top quality management unit said. A. the; /. B. the; the C. a; a D. a; the 30. The two nurses _____ 100,000 yuan by the police but donated it to victims of the explosion. A. rewarded B. would be rewarded C. have been rewarded D. had been rewarded 31. Some drivers are warning the vehicles _____ behind them, such as "Don't follow me, I lost my way too" and "Be off. I'm married". A. to run B. running C. having run D. having been run 32. When you begin a sentence with "don't tell anyone but... " there's a 90% chance that the person, _____ someone. A. tells B. would tell C. will tell D. has told 33. The celebration of Christmas _____ even more Chinese characteristics on the mainland, South China Morning Post reported. A. took on B. put up C. got off D. pulled up 34. China's railway system has carried out a real-name ticket purchasing system, _____ requires passengers to provide their ID numbers when buying tickets. A. in which B. whose C. who D. which 35. -- So, you didn't take his advice? -- No. _____ his advice, I _____ such a silly mistake. A. Were I to take; shouldn't have made B. If I had taken; would make C. Had I taken; wouldn't have made D. Have I taken; won't have made 第二节:完形填空(共 20 小题;每小题 1.5 分,满分 30 分) 阅读下面短文,从短文后所给各题的四个选项(A、B、C 和 D)中,选出可以填入空白处 的最佳选项。 The wisdom my 77-year-old father has passed on to me came more through osmosis (潜移默 化) than lectures. My dad's 36 shines through all my life. Old age hasn't 37 him, mainly because he doesn't think almost-80 is old. He had ever
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trained for a charity ( 慈 善 ) 38 across the Hudson River in New York. He wore his custom-fitted diving suit, but he still got so 39 . We warmed him and wrapped him in a sleeping bag. "Oh, 40 , it isn't that bad," he'd say, "I am fine. " He always is. He did 41 the Hudson swim a month later. If you ask my father whether or not his life has been hard, he will say he is 42 . He means the kind of happiness that comes from 43 a well-cooked family meal, taking a good long run or growing a perfect tomato. Did I mention that he used to run marathons before his knee replacement surgery? He's the one who 44 me I could do it, too. " 45 can run a marathon," he said, "as long as you keep training. " My father was born in 1933. His childhood took a 46 at the beginning of World War Ⅱ : His father joined the French Army and was 47 by the Germans and spent the war in a prison camp. My dad and his mother and sister were shipped off to New Jersey to live with relatives. His mother 48 from depression, and Dad went to boarding school in New England from the sixth grade on. Yet in all Dad's dinner table 49 , there have been many times when he turned them into 50 stories. After a family dinner the other night, Papa Bob advised us to try the skydiving 51 "Sixty-five seconds of free falling," he said. "I 52 it. I should have been a paratrooper” He loves getting cards in the mail, and usually I'm 53 , so instead I call him on Father's Day. But this year I've 54 to be early for once. I want to let him know how much he 55 to me. Dad, thank you--for all of it and mostly for your enduring faith that everything will be OK. 36. A. ability B. gentleness C. optimism D. humor 37. A. comforted B. slowed C. punished D. accused .38. A. swim B. donation C. volunteer D. activity 39. A. warm B. sad C. calm D. cold 40. A. come out B. come back C. come over D. come on 41. A. complete B. stop C. delay D. celebrate 42. A. ordinary B. young C. disabled D. lucky 43. A. sharing B. containing C. destroying D. buying 44. A. informed B. appointed C. insisted D. convinced 45. A. Anyone B. Someone C. None D. Others 46. A. step B. turn C. sigh D. dream 47. A. killed B. caught C. driven D. fired 48. A. resulted B. judged C. suffered D. separated

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49. A. experiences 50. A. foolish aggressive 51. A. chance movement 52. A. loved assessed 58. A. late 54. A. refused decided 55. A. occurs proves

B. manners B. great B. adventure B. hated B. early B. permitted B. possesses

C. stories C. short C. visit C. used C. noisy C. allowed C. means

D. news D. D. D. D. quiet D. D.

第三部分: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 A new retail (零售) phenomenon--SampleTrend from Japan which allows customers to walk away with free products is to launch in Britain. From tomorrow, visitors to SampleTrend's central London store can try anything on its shelves, and all of the products can be taken home without charge. For a nominal (象征性的) annual membership fee of £60, users are free to enter the shop once a month and help themselves to no less than £250 worth of goods every year. The only requirement is that shoppers are asked to complete a simple questionnaire about each product they try. Known as "try-vertising" (体验式广告), the concept allows manufacturers to test products and receive consumer feedback (反馈.) before launching onto the open market. It is already popular in Japan and now aims to promote the broken UK retail industry. According to new figures, stores are facing a Christmas crisis with the weakest trading for six months. Michael Ghosh, the founder behind SampleTrend, said. "The concept behind SampleTrend is unique in the UK. It allows shoppers the opportunity to walk away with a number of real, full-size products of their choosing without handing over a penny." The concept of try-vertising is simple but effective. Businesses across all sectors, from cosmetic (化妆品) manufacturers to drink makers, place new products on the shelves at SampleTrend and wait for consumers to try them out. Customers complete a short 10-point questionnaire about the product, and the feedback they provide is used to make any last-minute adjustment before the product is brought officially to market. The SampleTrend store houses everything including cosmetics, food and drink, and household goods. Ghosh, the former advertising and sales director for Disney Europe, said such feedback may also build brand loyalty from the beginning--a particularly appealing prospect for new businesses. 56. What do we know from the passage about SampleTrend? A. It appears in Britain first. B. It is unacceptable in Japan. C. Its products are totally free for people. D. Shoppers in it must complete a related questionnaire. 57. Which of the following is NOT true about try-vertising?
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A. Manufacturers can receive consumer feedback. B. Manufacturers can test their products. C. It can transform the economy of UK. D. It is simple but effective. 58. The most obvious feature of goods at SampleTrend is ______. A. cheap price B. newly produced C. high quality D. strangely designed 59. What is Ghosh's attitude toward SampleTrend? A. Positive. B. Negative. C. Doubtful. D. Uninterested. B

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●Core skill intensive reading practice exercises. ●Plus much more... 30. The preparation course for the TOEIC test ______. A. will offer students useful test-taking suggestions B. only can be studied in the classroom C. doesn't need students to do exercises D. offers students chances to get together 31. We can be familiar with the TOEIC test by ______. A. setting a training plan for our level B. focusing on our own weaknesses C. taking lots of simulated tests D. remembering business phrases and jargons 52. For what purpose is the passage written? A. To persuade students to take the TOEIC test. B. To introduce TOEIC test preparation course. C. To inform the public of the TOEIC test. D. To offer teachers education information. 63. Which of the following is NOT mentioned as an advantage of the course? A. It helps students understand their strengths and weaknesses. B. Students can communicate with teachers by email. C. Students' personal needs are carefully considered. D. The course guarantees a 20% increase in test scores. C Wesla Whitfield, a famous jazz singer, has a unique style and life story, so I decided to see one of her performances and interview her for my newspaper. I went to a nightclub in New York and watched the stage lights go up. After the band played an introduction, Wesla Whitfield wheeled herself onstage in a wheelchair. As she sang, Whitfield's voice was so powerful and soulful that everyone in the room forgot the wheelchair was even there. At 57, Whitfield is small and pretty, humorous and modest. Raised in California, Whirfield began performing in public at age 18, when she took a job as a singing waitress at a pizza shop. After studying classical music in college, she moved to San Francisco and went on to sing with the San Francisco Opera Chorus. Walking home from rehearsal (排练) at age 29, she was caught in a random shooting that left her unable to move her body from the waist down. I asked how she dealt with the realization that she'd never walk again, and she admitted that at the beginning she didn't want to face it. After a year of depression she tried to kill herself. She was then admitted to a hospital for treatment, where she was able to recover. Whitfield said she came to understand that the only thing she had lost in this misfortunate event was the ability to walk. She still possessed her most valuable asset--her mind. Pointing to her head, she said, "Everything important is in here. The only real disability in life is losing your mind. "When I asked if she was angry about what she had lost, she admitted to being annoyed from time to time, "Especially when everybody's dancing, because I love to dance. But when that happens I just remove myself so I can focus instead on what I can do. " 64. In which of the following places did Wesla Whitfield once work?

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A. A college, B. A hospital. C. A pizza shop. D. A news agency. 65. Which of the following statements is TURE about Wesla Whitfield's physical disability? A. It was caused by a traffic accident. B. It made her sad and depressed at first. C. It seriously affected her singing career. D. It happened when she was a college student. 66. What do the underlined words "when that happens" mean in the last paragraph? A. When Wesla is losing her mind. B. When Wesla is singing on the stage. C. When Wesla goes out in her wheelchair. D. When Wesla sees other people dancing. 67. What advice would Wesla most likely give other disabled people? A. Ignore what you have lost and make the best use of what you have. B. Be modest and hard-working to earn respect from other people. C. Acquire a skill so that you can still be successful and famous. D. Try to sing whenever you feel upset and depressed. D Several animal species including gorillas (大猩猩)the in Rwanda and tigers in Bangladesh could risk extinction if impact of climate change and extreme weather on their homes is not handled, a UN report showed on Sunday. Released during the course of global climate negotiations in Durban, the report by the United Nations Food and Agriculture Organisation (UNFAO) shows how higher temperatures, the rise in sea levels, deforestation and overuse of land have damaged the habitats of certain species, especially in Africa. "Many ecosystems have already been affected by increasing population, historical and recent deforestation, short-lasting management practices and even invasive species," Eduardo Rojas, assistant director general at the UNFAO's forestry department, said at the release of the report. The most affected areas include mountains, islands and coastal areas, which limit the possibilities for animals to move elsewhere and create new habitats. "The remaining populations are limited to very small ecosystems. They have inbreeding (近亲繁殖) problems.., and at the end these species may disappear," he added. Other examples of affected animals include elephants in Mall, lions in Serengeti and crocodiles in Malawi. The report says about 20~30 percent of plant and animal species will be at higher risk of extinction due to global warming and a significant number of local species may disappear by 2050 as a consequence. Other consequences could include the spread of invasive species and infectious diseases, it said. The report urges more focus on restoration of damaged ecosystems, especially those key to dealing with climate change such as inland waters, forests and grasslands. The UNFAO also called for the creation of movement channels for animals in areas where their movement was affected. The organization said while more resources (资源) were flowing to biodiversity conservation, more action at the government and policy level was needed. It also urges local communities to develop projects that ease the effect of climate change on wildlife, naming ecotourism activities as an example. 68. What does the author tell us in Paragraph 2? A. The theme of global climate negotiations in Durban. B. The subject of research done by

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Eduardo Rojas. C. Harmful effects of damage done to ecosystems. D. Causes of damage done to ecosystems. 69. Why are animals living in mountains, islands and coastal areas most affected? A. They are frequently attacked by invasive species and infectious diseases. B. They have difficulty finding enough food for survival. C. They have little chance of moving to other places. D. They can hardly find mates to produce their young. 70. To avoid extinction of some animal species, the UNFAO suggested all the following ways EXCEPT ______. A. restoring damaged ecosystems B. limiting world population growth C. creating movement channels for animals D. urging governments and local communities to take action 71. What would serve as the best title for the passage? A. Climate change and ecotourism B. Human activities and the animal kingdom C. Gorillas, tigers at risk due to climate change D. How to balance human development and animal rights E Many of us still tend to think that emotions can affect reasonable thought, and sometimes land us in trouble. But in recent years psychologists have taken quite a different view. Keith Oatley, Professor of psychology at Glasgow University, is involved in the research which shows the fundamental importance of emotions. He believes we are very ambivalent about them: we think of our emotions as being unreasonable, but we also consider them as essential to being human. For example, Mr Spock, a character in the television series Startrek is super-intelligent--and he has no emotions at all! However, he is never made captain of the spaceship. Maybe, this is because Mr Spock is not the kind of person you can share your feelings with--a person who shows his emotions. As Professor Oatley points out, our emotions have very important functions, for example, fear. If we cross the road and a car approaches, we usually stop moving or step back. We stop what we are doing, check what we have done -- and pay very careful attention to the environment. The emotion of fear makes us take this small series of actions which, on average, help preserve our safety. On the other hand, if things are going well and small problems come up, we find we can solve them with the resources we have to hand. As a consequence, we tend to feel happy and usually continue doing the job. Anger is an emotion that tends to occur when someone is preventing us from doing something. Then this small "kit" of reactions enables us to prepare ourselves to be quite aggressive to that person, or to try harder, and so on. Professor Oatley believes emotions generally occur at these important moments in actions. With fear and anger our emotions make us decide to start doing something else, while with happiness they "suggest" we continue what we are already doing. 72. What's Keith Oatley's opinion about emotions?

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A. They affect reasonable thought. B. They get us into trouble. C. They are helpful to us. D. They are reasonable. 73. What does the underlined part "we are very ambivalent about them" in Paragraph 2 mean? A. We have contradictory feelings towards emotions. B. We have similar ideas of emotions. C. We are quite clear about emotions. D. We can do nothing about emotions. 74. Which of the following is NOT mentioned in the passage? A. Fear helps us to be careful about our surroundings. B. Happiness inspires us to continue what we are doing. C. Anger may urge us to make greater efforts. D. Anger tends to do us more harm than good. 75. It can be inferred from the passage that ______. A. we must control our emotions in daily life B. emotions play a more important part than we realize C. positive emotions such as love and joy are good for us D. negative emotions make us continue what we are doing 第四部分 写作 (共两节, 满分 35 分) 第一节 任务型阅读 (共 10 小题;每小题 1 分, 满分 10 分) 认真阅读下列短文, 并根据所读内容在文章后表格中的空格里填入一个最恰当的单词。 注意:每个空格只填 1 个单词。请将答案写在答题卡相应题号的横线上。 More than twenty tons of ivory (象牙), seized from illegal hunters, was burned in Kenya to keep the ivory off the international market and to discourage the illegal killing of elephants for their ivory. The past 12 months had seen a record number of large ivory seizures across the world, a wildlife protection organization said Thursday, saying it had been a horrible year for elephants. There were at least 13 large seizures in 2011, totalling at least 23 tons of ivory meaning that about 2,500 elephants were killed. This compares to just six large seizures in 2010, weighing a total of just under 10 tons, and confirms a sharp rise in the trade since 2007. This is the worst year ever for large ivory seizures in the past 23 years -- 2011 had truly been a horrible year for elephants. Most illegal shipments of African elephant ivory end up in either China, where it is made into powder and used in traditional medicine, or in Thailand, with Malaysia the most frequent transit country (中转国). The increasing quantities of ivory being traded, most of which are from either Kenyan or Tanzanian ports, reflected a rising demand in Asia. They constantly change their transport ways to Asia to avoid detection, including switching from airplanes to seaships, and once the ivory products arrive, their documentation (证明文件) is rewritten to hide the fact that they came from Africa. As most large ivory seizures fail to result in any arrests, the criminals are winning and have illegally made large amounts of money. International trade in elephant ivory was banned in 1990, and ETIS (the Elephant Trade Information System) holds the details of reports on more than 17,000 ivory and other elephant product seizures across the world since then.

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Ivory seizures in 2011
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A chief event and its (76) ____ The growing (79) ____ of illegal ivory trades The introduction to the illegal ivory trades Data from ETIS

●Over twenty tons of ivory was (77) ____ ●To keep it off the international market. ●To (78) ____ the illegal killing of elephants for ivory. ●Since 2007, illegal ivory trades have (80) ____ risen. ●In 2010, there were six large seizures, totalling just under 10 tons. ●In 2011, there were more than 13 large seizures, which (81) ____ about 2,500 elephants being killed: ●Origins: mostly from Kenya and Tanzania. ●Shipment (82) ____ from airplanes to seaships. ●(83) ____: to Asia, especially to Malaysia, China and Thailand. ●Result: escaping from being (84) ____ made the criminals win much money. More than 17,000 ivory and other elephant product seizures have been (85) ____ since 1990.

第二节 书面表达 (满分 25 分) 假定你是一名高三学生,你班正在就“考前一个月该如何安排”这一话题展开讨论,请你 写 一篇英语发言稿,向全班同学介绍这一段时间你的学习、作息、生活安排。 注意:1.词数 120 左右; 2.开头和结尾已给出,不计入总词数; 3.短文中不能出现本人相关信息。 May I have your attention, please? I'm glad to talk about my plan for the last month before the college entrance examination. _______________ _______________________________________________________________________________ _______________________________________________________________________________ ________________________ I hope my schedule can help me perform well in the coming college entrance examination. Thank you!

安徽省皖北协作区 2012 届高三年级联考参考答案
1. BACBA 6. CABCCV 11. BABAC 16. BCAAB 21. DDACB 26. CBADD 31. BCADC 36. CBADD 41. ADADA 46. BBCCB 51. BAADC 56. DCBAA 61. CBDCB 66. DADCB 71. CCADB 76. purposes 77. burned 78. discourage 79. number /trend 80. sharply 81. meant 82. change /switch 83. Distinction(s) 84. arrested 85. reported May I have your attention, please? I'm glad to talk about my plan for the last month before the college entrance examination. First of all, as a senior student of high school, studying is our most important task. I will focus myself on how to improve the efficiency of my study and how to improve my different skills,

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especially the ability to solve problems. Secondly, I should reasonably arrange my daily life. I’m going to get up at about six every morning and go to bed at half past ten at night and have noon break for an hour so that I have enough energy for my studies every day. Besides, I will have sports for at least an hour to build up my body. Then, I will watch TV or listen to music for a short time, which can relax myself and relieve my stress from hard study every day. I hope my schedule can help me perform well in the coming college entrance examination. Thank you!

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