高三上学期英语联考试题
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Summary:第二部分:英语知识运用(共两节,满分45分)第一节:单项填空(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,并在答题卡上将该项涂黑。例:It is generally considered unwise to give a child he or she wants. A. however B. whatever C .which.

  • 第二部分:英语知识运用(共两节,满分45分)第一节:单项填空(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,并在答题卡上将该项涂黑。例:It is generally considered unwise to give a child he or she wants. A. however B. whatever C .whichever D. whenever 答案是B.21. --- I think I’ll give Bob a ring. --- You _______. You haven’t been in touch with him for ages. A. will B. may C. have to D. should22. My most famous relative of all, _______ who really left his mark on America, was Rob Sussel, my great-grandfather.. A. one B. the one C. he D. someone23. --- I don’t suppose the police know who did it. --- Well, surprisingly they do. A man has been arrested and ________ now. A. has been questioned B. is being questioned C. is questioning D. has questioned24. This new model of car is so expensive that it is _______ the reach of those with average income. A. over B. within C. beyond D. below25. --- Are you going to have a holiday this year? --- I’d love to. I can’t wait to leave this place _______. A. off B. out C. behind D. over26. The committee is discussing the problem right now. it will _______ have been solved by the end of next week. A. eagerly B. hopefully C. immediately D. gradually27. Although medical science __________ control over several dangerous diseases, what worries us is that some of them are returning. A. achieved B. has achieved C. will achieve D. had achieved28. --- It took me ten years to build up my business, and it almost killed me. --- Well, you know what they say. _________. A. There is no smoke without fire B. Practice makes perfect C. All roads lead to Rome D. No pains, no gains29. The owner of the cinema needed to make a lot of improvements and employ more people to keep it running, ______ meant spending tens of thousands of pounds. A. who B. that C. as D. which30. Whenever he was asked why he was late for class, he would answer carelessly, always ______ the same thing. A. saying B. said C. to say D. having said31. _______ environmental damage is done, it takes many years for the ecosystem (生态系统) to recover. A. Even if B. If only C. While D. Once32. --- There is a story here in the paper about a 110-year-old man. --- My goodness! I can’t imagine _________ that old. A. to be B. to have been C. being D. having been33. I wish you’d do ________ talking and some more work. Thus things will become better. A. a bit less B. any less C. much more D. a little more34. A poet and artist ________ coming to speak to us about Chinese literature and painting tomorrow afternoon. A. is B. are C. was D. were35. We haven’t settled the question of ______ it is necessary for him to study abroad. A. if B. where C. whether D. that
    第二节:完形填空(共20小题,每小题1分;满分30分)  阅读下面短文,掌握其大意,然后从26~50各题所给的四个选项中,选出一个最佳答案。  I climbed the stairs slowly, carrying a big suitcase, my father following with two more. By the time I got to the third floor, I was tired and at the same time felling lonely. Worse still, Dad ___36_a step and fell, sending my new suitcases 37 down the stairs. "Damn!" he screamed, his face turning red . I knew 38 was ahead. Whenever Dad's face turns red, 39__.  How could I ever 40 him to finish unloading the car 41 screaming at me and making a scene in front of the other girls , girls I would have to spend the 42 of the year with? Doors were opening and faces peering out(探出),as Dad walked 43 close behind . I felt it in my bones that my college life was getting off to a(n) 44 start.  "Find the room, quickly ,"I thought . "Get him into a chair and calmed down." But 45 , would there be a chair in Room316? Or would it be a(n) 46 room?  47 I turned the key in the lock and 48 the door open , with Dad 49 .complaining(抱怨)about a hurting knee or something . I put my head in, expecting the 50 . But to my surprise, the room wasn't empty at all ! It had furniture, curtains, a TV , and seven paintings on the walls.  And there on a well-made bad sat Amy new 51 ,dressed neatly , Greeting me with a nod , she said in a soft voice , "Hi , you must be Cori ." Then , she52 the music and looked over at 53 ,"And of course , you're Mr . Faber,"she said smiling. "Would you like a glass of iced tea?" Dad's face turned decidedly 54 before he could bring out a "yes."  I knew then that Amy and I would be 55 and my first year of college would be a success    36.A.took B.minded C.missed D picked   37.A.rolling B.passing C.dropping D.turning  38.A.suffering B.difficulty C.trouble D.danger  39.A.go ahead B.look out C.hold on D.give up   40.A.lead B.help C.encourage D.get   41.A.after B.without C.while D.besides   42.A.best B.beginning C.end D.rest   43.A.with difficulty B.in a hurry C.with firm steps D.in wonder   44.A.fresh B.late C.bad D.unfair   45.A.in fact B.by chance C.once more D.then again   46.A.small B.empty C.new D.neat   47.A.Finally B.Meanwhile C.Sooner or later D.At the moment   48.A.knocked B.forced C.pushed D.tried   49.A.yet B.only C.even D.still   50.A.worst B.chair C.best D.tea   51.A.roommate B.classmate C.neighbour D.companion   52.A.turned on B.turned down C.played D.enjoyed   53.A.Dad B.me C.the door D.the floor   54.A.red B.less pale C.less red D.pale 55.A.sisters B.friends C.students D.fellows
    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,并在答题卡上将该项涂黑。 A Join the thousands of professionals and international travelers who depend on Chanps- Elysees Schau ins Land, Puerta del Sol, and Acquerello italiano to help them stay in touch with the languages and cultures they love. Designed to help you greatly improve your listening, vocabulary, and cultural IQ, these unique European audio-magazines (有声杂志) are guaranteed (保证) to give you enthusiasm and determination to study the language - or your money back Each audio-magazine consists of an hour-long programme on CD or DVD. You'll hear interviews with well-known Europeans, passages covering current events and issues as well as feature stories on the culture you love. A small book. which goes with CD or DVD, contains a complete set of printed materials, notes (background notes included) averaging 600 words and expression translated into English. The result you build fluency month in and month out. To help you integrate language study into your busy life, we've made each audio- magazine convenient. Work on language fluency while driving to work, exercising, or cooking--- anytime and anywhere you want Best of alt each programme is put together by professional broadcasters journalists, and editors who have a strong interest in European languages and cultures. That enthusiasm comes through in every edition. From New York to London to Singapore?The users tell us no company produces a better product for language learners at all levels Ring for more information, or order at WWW. audiomagazine. com. We guarantee that you have nothing to lose if it's not for you; let us know within 6 weeks and we will completely reimburse you.56. The audio-magazines in the passage are_____________. A. published in European languages B. read on the computer screen C. designed in the form of small-sized books D. broadcast on television and the radio57. The audio-magazines are mainly for_________. A. European journalists B. professional travelers C. language learners D. magazine collectors58. What is mentioned as a feature of the audio-magazines? A. They are translated into English. B. They are convenient for the users. C. They are very easy to read D. They are cheap and popular.59. What does the underlined part "reimburse you" probably mean? A. Return the money you paid. B. Change the product you bought. C. Offer you a free repair. D. Guarantee you the quality.
    BI was 9 years old when I found out my father was ill. It was 1994, but I can remember my mother’s words as if it were yesterday: “Kerrel, I don’t want you to take food from your father, because he has AIDS. Be very careful when you are around him.”AIDS wasn’t something we talked about in my country when I was growing up. From then on, I knew that this would be a family secret. My parents were not together anymore, and my dad lived alone. For a while, he could take care of himself. But when I was 12, his condition worsened. My father’s other children lived far away, so it fell to me to look after him.We couldn’t afford all the necessary medication for him, and because Dad was unable to work, I had no money for school supplies and often couldn’t even buy food for dinner. I would sit in class feeling completely lost, the teacher’s words muffled as I tried to figure out how I was going to manage.I did not share my burden (负担) with anyone. I had seen how people reacted to AIDS. Kids laughed at classmates who had parents with the disease. And even adults could be cruel. When my father was moved to the hospital, the nurses would leave his food on the bedside table even though he was too weak to feed himself.I had known that he was going to die, but after so many years of keeping his condition a secret. I was completely unprepared when he reached his final days. Sad and hopeless, I called a woman at the nonprofit National AIDS Support. That day, she kept me on the phone for hours. I was so lucky to find someone who cared. She saved my life.I was 15 when my father died. He took his secret away with him, having never spoken about AIDS to anyone, even me. He didn’t want to call attention to AIDS. I do.60. What does Kerrel tell us about her father? A. He had stayed in the hospital since he fell ill. B. He depended on the nurses in his final days. C. He worked hard to pay for his medication. D. He told no one about his disease.61. What can we learn from the underlined sentence? A. Kerrel couldn’t understand her teacher. B. Kerrel had special difficulty in hearing. C. Kerrel was too troubled to focus on the lesson. D. Kerrel was too tired to bear her teacher’s words.62. Why did Kerrel keep her father’s disease a secret? A. She was afraid of being looked down upon. B. She thought it was shameful to have AIDS. C. She found no one willing to listen to her. D. She wanted to obey her mother.63. Why did Kerrel write the passage? A. To tell people about the sufferings of her father. B. To show how little people knew about AIDS. C. To draw people’s attention to AIDS. D. To remembered her father.
    C Members of the working class have blue-collar jobs. They are construction workers, truck drivers, mechanics, steel workers, electricians, and the like. What makes this class differ from the lower class is, first, longer periods of employment -- and therefore, more fixed incomes —and, second, employment in skilled or semiskilled (半熟练的 ) occupations, not unskilled ones. Although unemployment hits all levels of the American economy, including those of skilled and semi-skilled workers, it is most common at the bottom of the class structure and increasingly less common at each level upward. They consider themselves to be respectable and hard working and they look down upon members of the "lower" class, whom they often consider to be lazy, dishonest, and too ready to exploit public assistance. Most people in the working class have at least high school education. Many have some experience of college (especially community college), though few are college graduates. Unionization has helped the working class, but a rapidly changing economy and frequent periods of high unemployment make it difficult for most of its members to be able to increase their savings greatly. Purchasing a house for people in this class is extremely difficult, although a certain percentage may receive houses from their parents. (Home-owning rises with social class.) A greater number of the members of the working class take relatively little satisfaction in their jobs, because much of their work is ordinary and boring. As a result, many seek their main satisfaction in recreational ( 娱乐的) activities. Many members of this class would like to earn enough money to leave their jobs and start their own businesses, though few make it. Many place their expectations on their children, hoping that they at least will rise in the ladder of success, American style.64. Which of the following is true about the working class.? A. They are often employed as skilled and semi-skilled workers. B. They are often offered jobs with high incomes. C. They are often considered lazy and dishonest. D. They are often exploited by the public.65. The underlined word “hit” (paragraph 1 ) roughly means . A. strike with a blow B. have bad effects on C. break up D. beat66. Most people in the working class . A. have difficulty increasing their savings greatly B. have at least some experience of college C. receive houses from their parents D. buy houses by themselves67. Many members from the working class are not satisfied with their jobs because . A. they could not rise in the ladder of success B. they are not interested in their jobs C. they could not earn much money D. they are not their own bosses

    D Among rich countries , people in the United States work the longest hours. They work much longer than in Europe. This difference is quite surprising because productivity per hour worked is the same in the United States as it is in France, Spain and Germany, and it is growing at a similar speed. In most countries and at most times in history, as people have become richer they have chosen to work less. In other words they have decided to “spend” a part of their extra income on a fuller personal life. Over the last fifty years Europeans have continued this pattern, and hours of work have fallen sharply. But not in the United States. We do not fully know why this is. One reason may be more satisfying work, or less satisfying personal lives.Longer hours do of course increase the GDP (国内生产总值). So the United States has produced more per worker than, say,France.The United States also has more of its people at work, while in France many more mothers and older workers have decided to stay at home. The overall result is that American GDP per head is 40% higher than in France, even though productivity per hour worked is the same.It is not clear which of the two situations is better. As we have seen, work has to be compared with other values like family life, which often get lost in interest. It is too early to explain the different trends(趋势)in happiness over time in different countries. But it is a disappointing idea that in the United States happiness has made no progress since 1975, while it has resen in Europe. Could this have anything to do with trends in the work-life balance (平衡) ?68.From the text we know that the autor ___________ .A.believes that longer working hours is betterB.prefers shorter working hours to longer onesC.says nothing certain about which pattern is betterD.thinks neither of the patterns is good69.Which of the following countries has mone of its pcople at work?A.Spain. B.France.C.Germany. D.America.70.In the last paragraph,the underlined word“which”refers to_______.A.family life B.situations C.other values D.trends71.What message can we get from the text?A.The GDP of Europe is higher than that of America.B.Two possible reasons are given for working longer hours in the US.C.People all over the world choose to work less when they are richer.D.Amerleans are happler than Europeans.72.Which of the following would be the best title for the text?A.Americans and Europeans B.Staying at HomeC.Work and Productivity D.Work and Happiness
    EPITTSBURGH – For most people, snakes seem unpleasant or even threatening. But Howie Choset sees in their delicate movements a way to save lives.The 37-year-old Carnegie Mellon University professor has spent years developing snake-like robots he hopes will eventually slide through fallen buildings in search of victims trapped after natural disasters or other emergencies.Dan Kara is president of Robotics Trends, a Northboro, Mass.-based company that publishes an online industry magazine and runs robotics trade shows. He said there are other snake-like robots being developed, mainly at universities, but didn’t know of one that could climb pipes.The Carnegie Mellon machines are designed to carry cameras and electronic sensors and can be controlled with a joystick(操纵杆). They move smoothly with the help of small electric motors, or servos, commonly used by hobbyists in model airplanes.Built from lightweight materials, the robots are about the size of a human arm or smaller.They can sense which way is up, but are only as good as their human operators, Choset added.Sam Stover, a search term manager with the Federal Emergency Management Agency based in Indiana, said snake-type robots would offer greater mobility than equipment currently available, such as cameras attached to extendable roles.“It just allows us to do something we’ve ot been able to do before,”Stover said, “We needed them yesterday.”He said sniffer dogs are still the best search tool for rescue workers, but that they can only be used effectively when workers have access to damaged building.Stover, among the rescue workers who handled the aftermath (后果) of Hurricane Katrina, said snake robots would have helped rescuers search flooded houses in that disaster.Choset said the robots may not be ready for use for another five to ten years, depending on funding.72. Which institution is responsible for the development of Choset’s robots?A. Robotics Trends. B. Pittsburgh City Council.C. Carnegie Mellon University. D. Federal Emergency Management Agency.74. By saying “We needed them yesterday” (paragraph 7), Stover means that snake-like robots _____.A. could help handle the aftermath of Hurricane KatrinaB. would have been put to use in past rescue workC. helped rescuers search flooded houses yesterdayD. were in greater need yesterday than today75. What is the text mainly about?A. Snake-like robots used in industries.B. Snake-like robots made to aid in rescues.C. The development of snake-like robots.D. The working principles of snake-like robots.
    第二卷(非选择题 共35分)第四部分:写作(共两节,满分35分)第一节:短文改错(共10小题;每小题1分,满分10分) 此题要求改正所给短文中的错误。对标有题号的每一行作出判断:如无错误,在该行右边横线上画一个勾(√);如有错误(每行只有一个错误),则按下列情况改正: 此行多一个词:把多余的词用斜线(\)划掉,在该行右边横线上写出该词,并也用斜线划掉。 此行缺一个词:在缺词处加一个漏字符号(∧),在该行右边横线上写出该加的词。 此行错一个词:在错的词下划一横线,在该行右边横线上写出改正后的词。 注意:原行没有错的不要改。This is a story told by my father: “When I was boy, 76.___________the most exciting thing was when to celebrate the Spring 77. ___________Festival. My grandma was the best cooker in the world 78. ___________but could make the most delicious dishes. One time, I just 79. ___________couldn’t wait for the Spring Festival dinner. As I was 80. ___________about take a piece from a cooked duck, I saw Grandma in 81. ___________the kitchen looking at me. Shake her head, she said, ‘ It 82. ___________isn't a good time to do that, dear.’ At once I apologize 83. ___________and controlled me at my best till the dinner started. You 84. ___________know, that was a dinner we had waited for several month.” 85. ___________第二节:书面表达(满分25分) 据报道,2008年北京奥运会将选拔约十万志愿者为之服务。请你以“Dos and Don’ts for the 2008 Olympic Volunteers”为题,用英语写一篇短文,讨论志愿者应该做什么,不应该做什么。短文应包括下表中的内容:





    Dos

    Don’ts

    1. 待人礼貌、友好
    1.避免不得体的言行

    2.坚守岗位
    2.不忘履行自己的职责

    3.介绍中国历史和文化
    3.不损害祖国的形象

    如果你成为志愿者,你还应该做什么,不应该做什么。(内容由考生自己拟定)
    注意:1。对所给要点,不要简单翻译,要有适当发挥 2.字数120左右。短文中已写好了的部分,不计入词数 3.参考词汇:形象—— image
    Dos and Don’ts for the 2008 Olympic VolunteersIt is reported that about 100,000 people will be chosen as volunteers for the 2008 Olympic Games in Beijing. What should the volunteers do and what should they not do? ________________________________________________________________
    ________________________________________________________________
    If I have the honour to be chosen as a volunteer, _________________________
    ________________________________________________________________
    信阳市高三上期英语联考试题第一节:单项填空(共15小题;每小题1分,满分15分)21-35: DBBCC BBDDA DCAAC第二节:完形填空(共20小题,每小题1分;满分30分)36-55:CACBD BDACD BACDA ABACB第三部分: 阅读理解(共20小题;每小题 2 分,满分 40分)56---59. ACBA 60—63 D C A C 64—67A B A B 68—72.CDCBD 73—75.C B B
    This is a story told by my father: “When I was∧ boy, 76.____ a ______the most exciting thing was when to celebrate the Spring 77. ___ when ___Festival. My grandma was the best cooker in the world 78. ___ cook ___but could make the most delicious dishes. One time, I just 79. ___ and _____couldn’t wait for the Spring Festival dinner. As I was 80. __√______about∧ take a piece from a cooked duck, I saw Grandma in 81. ___ to _the kitchen looking at me. Shake her head, she said, ‘ It 82. __ Shaking _isn't a good time to do that, dear.’ At once I apologize 83. __ apologized and controlled me at my best till the dinner started. You 84. ___ myself ___know, that was a dinner we had waited for several month.” 85. ___ months __
    It is reported that about 100,000 people will be chosen as volunteers for the 2008 Olympic Games in Beijing. What should the volunteers do and what should they not do?Firstly, they should be polite and friendly to the athletes and visitors from all over the world, and avoid improper behaviour. Secondly, they should stick to their posts, offering good services, satisfying any reasonable needs and being ready to help those in difficulty, and never fail to do theirduty. Thirdly, they should introduce the Chinese culture and history to foreigners so that they may know China better and never say or do anything that harms the image of our motherland.If I have the honour to be chosen as a volunteer, besides the above, I will work hard and creatively, but never be lazy. I will follow the law and disciplining, but never break them. I will take the opportunity to make friends with the athletes and visitors, and help make the 2008 Olympic Games a great success.
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