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湖南长郡中学 2011 届高三第四次月考 英 语 试 题
(考试范围:全部内容) 本试卷分为四个部分,包括听力、语言知识运用、阅读和书面表达。考试结束后, 本试卷分为四个部分,包括听力、语言知识运用、阅读和书面表达。考试结束后,将本试卷和 答题卡一并交回。 分钟, 答题卡一并交回。时量 120 分钟,满分 150 分。 PART ONE LISTENING COMPREHENSION(30 marks) SECTION A (22.5 marks) . ) Directions: In this section you ' II hear six conversations between two speakers. each conversation, For there are several questions and each question is followed by three choices marked A, B and C.Listen carefully and then choose the best answer for each question. You will hear each conversation TWICE. Example: When will the magazine probably arrive? A.Wednesday. B.Thursday. The answer is B. Conversation 1 1.Which of the following music does the man like best? A.Classical music. B.Rock music. 2.What does the man advise the woman to do? A.Come to his house this weekend. B.Hold a party in her house. C.Take the violin course with him.

C.Friday.

C.Jazz.

Conversation 2 3.How does the woman like the electronic organizer? A.Useful. B.Light. C.Expensive. 4.Which of the following will the man record with the organizer? A.Music. B.Stories. C.Lectures. Conversation 3 5.When will the concert be on? A.On Sunday night. B.On the night of September 14th. C.On the night of September 4th. 6.Where does the man live? A.In London. B.In Cambridge. Conversation 4 7.What arc the speakers doing? A.Paying some bills. B.Buying some stamps.
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C.In Luton.

C.Sending a birthday card.

A.One dollar. Conversation 5

B.Ten dollars.

C.Four dollars.

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10.What is the man's nationality most probably?, A.Chinese. B.Japanese. 11.How long is the man going to stay in San Francisco? A.For two weeks. B.For a few days. 12.What is the man's room number at the hotel? A.646. B.246.

C.German. C.For a few weeks. C.264.

Conversation 6 13.What happened to the man? A.He was badly ill. B.He had his legs broken. C.He was hit by a car. 14.What did the man do in the hospital in Africa? A.He lay in bed all day. B.He did some exercise. C.He did some reading, 15.When will the man get recovered according to the doctor? A.In about two weeks. B.In about three weeks. C.In about half a year. SECTION B (7.5 marks) . ) Directions: In this section, you will hear a short passage. Listen carefully and then fill in the numbered blanks with the information you've heard.Fill in each blank with NO MORE THAN THREE WORDS, You will hear the short passage TWICE. Brief information Customs of dinner parties in Britain and America * party starting between 7 and 8 p.m.and ending at about 16. * evening starting with drinks and snacks * meal starting first with soup or omething small, then meat or fish with vegetables, and 19.the dessert, finally ending with coffee before the party dos and don’ts *bring flowers, chocolates or a bottle of wine 17. *say how much you like the room or the pictures on the wall * don’t ask how much things cost * 18. everything on your plate *take more if you want after the party call the hosts the next day, or write them a short 20. PART TWO LANGUAGE KNOWLEDGE (45 marks) SECTION A (15 marks) Directions: Beneath each of following sentences there are four choice marked A, B, C and D. Choose the one answer that best completes the sentence. 21.We are sorry to have to announce that the Leeds train that _____ due to arrive at 12 : 20 has been delayed by one hour and will now arrive at 13 : 20. A.was B.is C.will be D.had been 22.Take great pains to read _____ you can or you won't have a better understanding of life. A.as much as B.books as much as C.books as many as D.as many books as 23.With masses of homework _____, I can hardly spare time to practice playing the piano. A.done B.to do C.doing D.being done 24.—Did Betty go shopping with you yesterday? —Even if she _____ a lot of studying, she would have preferred staying home to going shopping.
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A.didn't have B.shouldn't have C.hadn't had D.hasn't had 25.If we work hard with a strong will, we _____ overcome any difficulty, however great it is. A.must B.need C.should D.can 26.He was so busy that _____ I could say hello to him he had rushed out of the room. A.when B.before C.since D.until 27.The computer system broke _____ suddenly while he was searching for information on the Internet. A.down B.out C.up D.in 28.It is estimated that the novel will be _____ of his best sellers, for his novels are quite popular among young people. A.other B.either C.another D.the other 29.No sooner _____ on the TV than I heard the news that the stampede in Cambodia's capital, Phnom Penh, had left 375 victims dead. A.had I turned B.did I turn C.I had turned D.I turned 30.The Arabian Nights _____ well known all over the world, in which many a story_____ interesting and instructive. A.is; are B.are; is C.are; are D.is; is 31.A lot of people find it useful to have a phrasebook when they travel to a country _____they don't know the language. A.where B.when C.why D.which 32.All the preparations for the task _____, and we're ready to start. A.completed B.complete C.had been completed D.have been completed 33.All the citizens strongly insist those found _____ "harmful" advertisements in the street should be punished strictly. A.putting up B.being put up C.put up D.to be putting up 34.The members of the board are discussing the problem right now; it will _____ have been solved by the end of next week. B.immediately A.luckily C.hopefully D.undoubtedly 35.Always remember it is none of your business _____ other people think about you.Just believe in yourself. A.how B.what C.which D.when SECTION B (18 marks) ) Directions: For each blank in the following passage there are four words or phrases marked A, B, C and D.Fill in each blank with the word or phrase that best fits the context. Growing old is something that nobody can understand until they experience it for themselves.I may not be "old" but I am certainly beginning to 36 it? turned 18 just over a week ago.I am now an adult. As a child you 37 adults—or "grown-ups" as I used to call them—to always be in control.to know what is right and wrong. 38 as a teenager, I thought that when I reached 18 I would be far more 39 in many aspects of life.But now that I am 18, 1 know that is not true. It is clear to me now that you do not 40 learning when you are 18.Every day you learn something 41 , no matter what your age.However, I do understand when you become an adult
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Whereas before I seldom had to clean the dishes, set the table or help out around the house, now I do myself the nickname "housekeeper". all of those.I have already 43 I can even drive now, which is pretty 44 , because of the frequency of accidents.But that's not to say that 18 is not 45 to be.Not only can I drink alcohol, but I can also 46 .In fact, being 18 has made me really interested in politics because it now means that I can change things on 47 Day.More and more of my friends want to become politicians, and it is great to think that they can change things for the better. 36.A.dislike B.feel C.learn 37.A.expect B.criticize C.deny 38.A.Even B.But C.So 39.A.comfortable B.interested C.assured 40.A.continue B.desire C.stop 41.A.interested B.unique C.valuable 42.A.take on B.put on C.take up 43.A.honored B.chosen C.earned 44.A.scary B.amazing C.fascinating 45.A.adventurous B.tough C.good 46.A.elect B.vote C.volunteer 47.A.Labor B.Independence C.Christmas

D.love D.know D.Since D.contented D.refuse D.new D.put up D.won D.difficult D.annoying D.involve D.Election

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SECTION C (12 marks) Directions: Complete the following passage by filling in each blank with one word that best fits the context. If you plan to remain in the United States for any length of time, you will soon find 48. it too expensive to stay in a hotel and will want to find another place to live. 49. As is true in cities very where in the world, the 50. farther you live outside the city, generally the lower the rents will be. However, travelling to and 51. from the city by bus, car or train may make it as expensive as living in the city. Naturally, it is easier to join in the life of a city 52..if / when one is close to the center. 53. For this reason, you may prefer to live as close to the center of the city as possible. Or, 54. you may prefer to rent a place for only a month or two until you become more familiar with 55. the area. PART THREE READING COMPREHENSION (30 marks) Directions: Read the following three passages. Each passage is followed by several questions or unfinished statements. For each of them there are four choices marked A, B, C and D. Choose the one that fits best according to the information given in the passage. A The story of Madame Tussaud is as fascinating as that of the exhibition itself. From a housekeeper's daughter to a successful business woman, her life has all the marks of a Hollywood blockbuster. Madam Tussaud was born in 1761 and named Marie Grosholtz. Her father was killed in battle only two months before Mane's birth. For the first five years of her life, Marie lived in Berne with her mother, who worked as housekeeper for Dr Philippe Curtius. A doctor, with a talent for wax modeling, Curtius became her teacher. It was Curtius who opened the original wax exhibition in Paris in 1770 and introduced Marie to some famous people. At only 17, she modeled the famous writer Francois Voltaire, followed by a portrait of American statesman Benjamin Franklin when he was in Paris as US ambassador. Both figures are still on
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display at Madame Tussaud's, London today. Her work at Curtius successful wax exhibition led to an invitation to the court of Louis XVI and his queen. For nine years she lived at the palace of Versailles guiding the artistic education of the king's sister. Meanwhile the French Revolution was about to erupt. Aware of the political nrest,Philippe Curtius called Marie back to Paris. Marie7 s connection with the royal family made her guilty. Both she and her mother were arrested. After she was set free, Marie was forced to make death masks (a death mask is a model of a dead person's face, made by coving their face with a soft substance and letting it become hard) of executed (被处决的) nobles. Many were former friends at court, including her former employers, the king and queen. By 1800 Marie was married with two young children and a poor business inherited from Curtius. Madame Tussaud made the decision to take her exhibition on tour. In 1802, she left France. For the next 33 years, Madame Tussaud traveled the British Isles, exhibiting her growing collection of portraits. In those pre-television days, this was the only way most people had direct contact with the famous people of the time. The exhibition became permanently based in London in 1835, moving to its present site in Marylebone Road in 1884. Her last work, a remarkable self – portrait that is still on show, was completed only eight years before her death aged 89. . 56.The underlined part in Para. 1 implies that Madame Tussaud’s life was A.complicated B.successful C.peaceful D.lonely 57.Marie got a job at that court of Louis XVI because of . A.Curtius’ recommendation B.her gift for wax modeling C.her mother’s help D.her friendship with the king’s sister 58.Marie was arrested during the French Revolution because . A.she had worked for Dr Philippe Curtius B.she had modeled the French royal family C.she had worked at the place of Versailles D.she had refused to make death masks 59.The last paragraph is mainly about . A.how Marie’s was modeling business became successful B.how Marie balanced her family and work C.the establishment of Madame Tussaud’s, London D.the popularity of Madame Tussaud’s wax exhibition 60.According toe the passage, how many of the following statements about Marie are TREU? a. She hadn’t seen his father since she was born. b. She modeled the portrait of Francois Voltaire. c. She modeled the portrait of Francois Voltaire. d. She guided the artistic education of the king’s daughter. e. In 1842, she completed her last work. A.2 B.3 C.4

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B According to legend, the Bridge of Sighs in Venice, Italy, which connects the Palazzo Ducale to an ancient prison, got its name because the walk across it gave prisoners on their way to jail a final chance to appreciate the beauty of the city. The view from the bridge today, however, is more likely to be of a giant billboard selling Bulgari or
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Coca – cola. Beyond the billboards, monuments are being restored. The money comes from advertising profits. But when the Coke billboards went up this summer on buildings near the Piazza San Marco, which is at the historic heart of Venice, there was a public debate. “We can’t commercialize everything,” said Alessandra Mottola Molfino, a Venetian. “The lesson that goes out is that a price is for everything.” “We couldn’t stay quiet,” said Maria Camilla Bianchini d’Alberigo, president of a heritage protection association. “Too much is too much.” There needed to be rules, she added, rules that prevent the advertising billboards clashing (冲突) with the monuments of the city. City of officials, however, argue that without these ads, the city could not afford to maintain its heritage. Many have been damaged by centuries of wear and are even a threat to public safety. “I can’t turn down the image of bottle when there are pieces of the Palazzo Ducale falling to the ground,” said Renata Codello, a Cultrue Ministry official. The Culture Minister has a budget of about $ 47 million (315 million yuan) for restoration of monuments, but Italy has a rich architectural heritage, and funds are always tight.Of that amount, $ 1.8 million was given to the entire Vector region, which includes Venice. Two years ago, the city signed an agreement with the Dotter Group, a company responsible for the restoration of the Bridge of Sighs and the Palazzo Ducale.It allows it to sell ad space. But there is a condition in the agreement: The ads should not offend public taste, In August, Venice banned US actress Julianne Moore's Bulgrari ad from a billboard in the Piazza San Marco. The photo shows a naked Moore covered with lion cubs, handbags and jewelry, Mayor Giorgio Orsoni called the image too racy (猥亵) and unsuitable for the Piazza San Marco. "I take account of the fact that Venice is part of the real world… but we cannot accept these Hollywood-style images. There arc intelligent sponsors, and we need to come up with advertising that suits Venice, not Times Square," he said in a speech. in Ve nice 61.The article is mainly about A.restoration of cultural heritage B.widespread commercialization C.the conflict between ads and cultural heritage D.the difficulty of restoring monuments 62.In the first paragraph, the beautiful view from the Bridge of Sighs is mentioned to . A.introduce other monuments of the ancient city B.show how much many ancient structures need restoring C.indicate that the view is blocked by huge ads D.create interest in the famous city 63.From the article we can conclude that Rcnata Codello the advertising. A.is in favor of B.is worried about C.objects to D.doesn't mind 64.Why do many Venetians complain about the ads? A.They are intolerant of commercialization. B.They feel the ads are damaging the city. C.The ads are usually racy and in an American style.
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D.The ads don't present a traditional view of Venice, 65.It can be inferred from the passage that A.Hollywood stars' ads cannot go up in Venice B.the mayor of Venice is expecting new advertising C.the Dotter Group may stop its restoration work for lack of funds D.people can buy Bulgaria or Coca-cola on the Bridge of Sighs C There is famous story about British poet Samuel Taylor Coleridge.He was writing a poem when he was interrupted by a knock at the door. This was an age before telephones.Someone was delivering a message.When Colcridge got back to his poem, he had lost his inspiration.His poetic mood had been broken by the knock on his door.His unfinished poem, which could otherwise have been a masterpiece, would now nev er be more than a fragment(碎片,片段). This story tells how unexpected communication can destroy an important thought, which brings us to the cell phone. The most common complaint about cell phones is that people talk on them to the annoyance of people around them.But marc damaging may be the cell phone’s disruption of our thoughts. We have already entered a golden age of little white lies about our call phones, and this is by and large a healthy, productive development." I didn't hear it ring" or " I didn't realize my cell phone had shut off" arc among the lies we tell to give ourselves space where we’re beyond reach. The notion or idea of being unreachable is not a new concept-we havoc "Do Not Disturb" signs on the doors of hotel rooms. So why must we feel guilty when it comes to cell phones? Why must we apologize if we decide to shut off the phone for a while? The problem is that we come from a long-established tradition of difficulty with distance communication.Until the recent mass deployment of cell phones, it was easy to communicate with someone next to us or a few feet away, but difficult with someone across town, the country or the globe.We came to take it for granted. But cell phones make long-distance communication common, and endanger our time by ourselves.Now time alone, or conve rsation with someone next to us wh ich cannot be interrupted by a phone, is something to be cherished.Even cell phone devotees, myself usually included, can't help at times wanting to throw their cell phone away, or curse the day they were invented. But we don't and won't, and there really is no need.All that's required to take back our private time is a general social recognition that we have the right to it. In other words, we have to develop a healthy contempt for the rings of our phones.Given the case of making and receiving cell phone calls, if we don-t talk to the caller right now, we surely will shortly later. A cell phone call deserves no greater priority than a random word from a person next to us.Though the call on my cell phone may be the one-in-a-million from Steven Spielberg-who has finally read my novel and wants to make it his next movie.But most likely it is not, and I'm better off thinking about the idea I just had for a new story, or the pizza I’ll eat for lunch. 66.What's the point of the anecdote about poet Coleridge in the first three paragraphs? A.To direct readers' attention to the main topic. B.To show how important inspiration is to a poet. C.To emphasize the disadvantage of not having a cell phone. D.To encourage readers to read the works of this poet.
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67.What does the writer thinks about people telling "white lies" about their cell phones? A.It is a way of signaling that you don-t like the caller. B.It is natural to tell lies about small things. C.It is basically a good way to protect one's privacy. D.We should feel guilty when we can't tell the truth. 68.According to the author, what is the most annoying problem caused by cell phones? A.People get so bothered by the cell phone rings that they fail to notice anything else. B.People feel guilty when they are not able to answer their cell phones. C.Cell phones interrupt people’s private time. D.With cell phones it is no longer possible to be unreachable. 69.What does the underlined word “contempt” proba bly mean? A.Habit. B.Disrespect. C.Like. D.Value. 70.What does last paragraph suggest? A.A person who calls us from afar deserves more of our attention. B.Steven Spielberg once called the author to talk about the author’s novel. C.You should always finish your lunch before you answer a call on the cell phone. D.Never let cell phones interfere too much with your life. PART FOUR WRITNG (45 marks) SECTION A(10 marks) Dictions: Read the following passage. Fill in the numbered blanks by using the information from the passage. Write NO MORE THAN THREE WORDS for each answer. Learning style theory suggests that different people have different ways of obtaining information and use various methods to demonstrate 证明) ( their intelligence and ability. Although experts have many ideas and categories of learning, it is evident that people learn in three basic styles. When learning something new, if you prefer to read the information, you are probably a student who learns through seeing. These learners like to see teacher’s facial expressions and body language clearly and rend to sit at the front of the classroom. They take detailed notes, think in pictures and can most easily absorb information from textbooks with diagrams, graphs, photographs and drawings. Students who find it easiest to learn a new concept by hearing a teacher explain it are learning through listening. Reading aloud, using a tape recorder, hearing anecdotes 趣闻) talking things through are the ( and best methods for these learners to acquire new information. They give close attention to both the content of the discussion and the way that things are said, such as how the sound of the voice and speed of speech show the mood of the speaker. Learning through doing means being active in exploring the environment and finding out about things by moving and touching. Students who have this learning style take a hands-on approach to education and enjoy experiments or surv eys. They do not like to sit still for long period s of time and sometimes find it hard to concentrate when reading or listening. Teachers study people’s various ways of learning as part of their training. They select a variety of activities to suit their students’ different learning styles. However, restrictions of time, space and resources often make it impossible for teachers to provide the best exercises for all learners. If you are aware of you own learning style, there is a lot you can do personally to improve your study skills and find the most appropriate ways to approach your study tasks. As a result, you will be able to manage your own learning and study more effectively. 71. Features of students’ learning
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Learning through seeing

*watch a teacher’s facial expressions and body language the platform *sit 72. *take detailed notes *think in pictures *enjoy reading aloud *prefer to listen to recorded materials *fond of hearing something and 74. *pay special attention to the content of the discussion *focus on people’s 75. *76. and know better about things by moving and touching. *know the world 77. *carry out experiments or surveys *dislike sitting still for long *78. concentrating when reading or listening *A teacher 80. all his students with a certain teaching method *A student should improve his learning skills to learn more effectively.

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SECTION B(10 marks) Directions: Read the following passage. Answer the questions according to the information given in the passage and the required words limit. Even plant can run a fever, especially when they’re under attack by insects or disease. But unlike human, plants can have their temperature taken from 3,000 feet away straight up. A decade ago, adopting the infrared (红外线)scanning technology developed for military purposes and other satel lites, physicist Stephen Paley came up with a quick way to take the temperature of crops to determine which ones are under stress. The goal was to let farmers precisely target pesticide (杀虫剂)spraying rather than rain poison on a whole field, which invariably includes plants that don’t have pest(害虫)problems. Even better, Paley’s Remote Scanning Services Company could detect crop problems before they became visible to the eye. Mounted on a plane flown at 3,000 feet at night, an infrared scanner measured the heat sent out by crops. The data were transformed into a color-coded map showing where plants were running “fevers”. Farmers could then spot-spray, using 50 to 70 percent less pesticide that they otherwise would. The bad news is that Paley’s company closed down in 1984, after only three years. Farmers resisted the new technology and long-term backers were hard to find. But with the renewed concern about pesticides on produce, and refinements(改进)ininfrared scanning, Paley hopes to get back into operation. Agriculture experts have no doubt the technology works. “This technique can be used on 75 percent of agricultural land in the United States,” says George Oerther of Texas A& M, who recently retired from the Department of Agriculture, thinks remote infrared crop scanning could be adopted by the end of the decade. But only if Paley finds the financial backing which he failed to obtain 10 years ago.

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83.Why may infrared scanning technology by brought back into operation?(No more than 13 words)(3 marks) 84.What is the biggest problem that might prevent bringing infrared scanning technology back?(No more than 7 words)(3 marks) SECTION C(25 marks) Directions: Write an English composition according to the instruction given below in Chinese. 今年暑假你学校组织学生奔赴工厂、农村、街道等地做社会调查。请你以“A Trip to…”为题,用 英语写一篇词数不少于 120 词的英语文章。 要求: 1.简单介绍此次调查的时间及目的地; 2.描述调查中给你留下深刻印象的一件事; 3.谈谈你参加此次社会调查的体会和感受。 A Trip to

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71. Basic learning styles 72. close 73. Learning through listening 74. talking things through 75. ways of talking 76. explore the environment
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77. through personal experience 78. having difficulty/trouble in 79. Conclusions 80. can hardly satisfy 81. When they’re under attack by insects or disease. 82. We can use infrared scanning to locate the problem area. / By using infrared scanning to locate the problem area. / By adopting the infrared scanning technology. 83. Because of renewed concern about pesticides on produce, and refinements in infrared scanning. 84. Paley may not find the financial backing./ Lacking fina ncial backing. / Lacking enough money.

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