2008届高三第一次月考试卷
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Summary:从A、B、C、D四个选项中,找出其画线部分与所给单词的画线部分读音相同的选项,并在答题卡上将该项涂黑。1. danger  A. vegetable B. wallet  C. waste  D. angry2. language A. strange B. trunk C. twentieth D. thunder3. deal A. dealt B. great C. m.

  • 从A、B、C、D四个选项中,找出其画线部分与所给单词的画线部分读音相同的选项,并在答题卡上将该项涂黑。1. danger  A. vegetable B. wallet  C. waste  D. angry2. language A. strange B. trunk C. twentieth D. thunder3. deal A. dealt B. great C. meant D. season4. watched A. filled B. recognized C. gathered D. accomplished5. exactly  A. expect B. exhibition C. excellent D. existence
    第二节: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,并在答题卡上将该项涂黑。6 I don’t know who invented______telephone,but it’s really______most wonderful invention. A. the; a B. 不填; the C. a; the D. 不填; a7 .I can judge that he is very _________ from the _________ look on his face.A.excited;excited B.exciting;excited C.excited;exciting D.exciting;exciting8. ______is known to us all that the old scientist,for______life was hard in the past,still works hard in his eighties. A. It; whom B. As; whomC. As; whose D. What; whom9. With nine months _________,we feel sad that our school life will be ending for we’ll have to say good-bye.A.going B.gone C.goes D.to go10. Knowing that doesn’t make_________easier when a patient realizes he is suffering a terrible disease.A.that B.one C.it D.this11. —_________ I call him back since you are in such poor health?—No,you_________.I’d rather he was not disturbed.A.May;can’t B.Must;mustn’t C.Should;needn’t D.Shall;needn’t12. We must keep our room clean.Dirt and disease go _________,you know.A.from time to time B.hand in hand C.step by step D.one after another13. Many organizations here gathered to ______the government to stop buying the nuclear arms. A. call out B. call in C. call for D. call up14. Most Chinese people are for the Anti-Secession(脱离)Law_____ it is the last resort(手段)to keep national unity. A. so B .if C. when D. because15. There is little chance that we will succeed in changing the law. _________, it is important that we try.A.But B.Nevertheless C.Otherwise D.Therefore16. Tasting _________,this kind of fried chicken sells_________.A.well;good B.to be good;well C.good;well D.to be well;good17. Mr Alcott told me that four-fifths of the houses_________.A.have been sold out B.had been sold out C.were sold out D.was sold out18. —Where can I get_________ information about a long journey?—Nothing is of_________ than a map,I think.A.an;greater help B.a piece of;greater price C.some;better useful D.some;greater value 19 Professor Smith, along with his assistants, _______ on the project day and night to meet the deadline.A. work B. working C. is working D. are working20. —Mike, our team will play against the Rockets this weekend. I’m sure we will win. — !A.Congratulations B.Cheer up C.Best wishes D.Good luck
    第三节:完形填空(共20小题;每小题1. 5分,满分30分)阅读下面短文,从短文所给的四个选项(A、B、C和D)中,选出可以填入空白处的最佳选项,并在答题卡上将该项涂黑。During summer vacations,I would volunteer at the vet's,so I'd seen a lot of dogs.Minnie was by far the funniest-looking dog I'd ever seen.Thin curly hair barely 21 her sausage-shaped body.Her bugged-out eyes always seemed surprised.And her tail looked like a rat's tail.She was brought to the vet to be put to sleep 22 her owners didn't want her any more.I thought Minnie had a 23 personality though.“No one should judge her by her 24 ,” I thought.So the vet spayed her and gave her the necessary shots.Finally, 25 Minnie in the local paper:“Funny-looking dog,well 26 ,needs 27 family.”When a young man called,I warned him that Minnie was 28 looking. The boy on the phone told me that his grandfather's sixteen-year-old dog had just died. They wanted Minnie no matter 29 .I gave Minnie a good bath and fluffed up what was 30 on her scraggly hair.Then we waited for them to arrive. At last,an old car drove up 31 the vet's.Two kids raced to the door.They scooped Minnie into their arms and 32 her out to their grandfather,who was 33 in the car.I hurried behind them to see his 34 to Minnie.Inside the car,the grandfather cradled Minnie in his arms and stroked her soft hair. 35 licked his face.Her 36 wagged around so quickly that it looked like it might fly 37 her body.It was a 38 at first lick.“She's perfect!” the old man exclaimed.I was 39 that Minnie had found the good home that she deserved.That's when I saw that the grandfather's eyes were a milky white color—he was 40 .21.A.packed B.covered C.surrounded D.wrapped22.A.though B.until C.because D.in case23.A.sweet B.interesting C.boring D.strange24.A.face B.hair C.acts D.looks25.A.noticed B.mentioned C.advertised D.sold26.A.performed B.acted C.behaved D.done27.A.lovely B.likely C.lively D.loving28.A.strange B.good C.kind D.ordinary29.A.how B.what C.why D.which30.A.remained B.left C.kept D.stayed31.A.before B.near C.behind D.in front of32.A.took B.rushed C.carried D.held33.A.stopping B.resting C.waiting D.sleeping34.A.impression B.reaction C.opinion D.decision35.A.He B.She C.It D.One36.A.body B.head C.legs D.rattail37.A.off B.down C.away D.from38.A.friendship B.love C.favor D.kindness39.A.hopeful B.moved C.thankful D.inspired40.A.deaf B.dumb C.glad D.blind
    第三部分:阅读理解(共20小题;每小题2分,满分40分)阅读下面的短文,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 Deep inside a mountain near Sweetwater in East Tennessee is a body of water known as the Lost Sea. It is listed by the Guinness Book of World Records as the world's largest underground lake. The Lost Sea is part of the extensive and historic cave system called Craighead Caverns. The caverns have been known and used since the days of the Cherokee Indian nation. The cave expands into a series of huge rooms from a small opening in the side of the mountain. Approximately one mile from the entrance, is a room called "the Council Room". Many Indian artifacts have been found. Some of the items discovered include pottery, arrowheads, weapons, and jewelry. For many years, there were persistent rumors of a large underground lake somewhere in a cave, but it was not discovered until 1905. In that year, a thirteen--year--old boy named Ben Sands crawled through a small opening three hundred feet underground. He found himself in a large cave half filled with water. Today tourists visit the Lost Sea and ride far out onto it in glass- bottomed boats powered by electric motors. More than thirteen acres of water have been mapped out so far and still no end to the lake has been found. Even though teams of divers have tried to explore the Lost Sea, the full extent of it is still unknown.41. According to the passage, the Lost Sea is unique because it is A. part of a historical cave system B. the biggest underground lake in the world C. listed in the Guinness Book of World Records D. the largest body of water in Tennessee42. Who located the Lost Sea in recent times? A. Tourists. B. Scientists. C. The Cherokee Indians. D. Ben Sands.43. According to the passage, how can the caverns be entered? A. From an opening in a mountainside. B. By diving into the water. C. By riding far out onto the lake. D. From "The Council Room".44. It can be inferred from the passage that the Craighead Caverns presently serve as__________ A. an underground testing site B. an Indian meeting ground C. a tourist attraction D. a motorboat race course
    BManhattan Island is surrounded on the east by the East and Harlem Rivers and on the west by the North and Hudson Rivers.It links with the other four towns which make up New York City and with New Jersey by means of subways,underground tunnels and bridges which lead into Manhanttan from the surrounding area.The Brooklyn Bridge was the first suspension bridge to link Brooklyn to Manhanttan.It is also the second oldest bridge in New York.The architect was John Augustus Roebling,who was the chief engineer of the suspended Railroad Bridge at Niagara Falls.Misfortune accompanied the building of the bridge,which took place from 1869 to 1883.The architect died as a result of an accident early during the construction.His son,Washington Roebling,carried on his father’s work,using the most advanced engineering techniques of the day.He also fell ill during the construction of the bridge and was obliged to direct the work on it from an apartment window overlooking the site.Since its construction the Brooklyn Bridge has remained a busy and important passage in New York.The Brooklyn Bridge is 6775 feet long and 1595 feet wide.The suspended part is 3450 feet long and 85 feet wide.It has a clearance of 133 feet above water level.Four huge cables extend across the bridge,supported by two towers,each 272 feet high.Each of these cables is made up of 5700 wires.45.If you want to go to Princeton University in New Jersey from Manhattan,you_________.A.must drive across a bridge B.must take a Metro(地铁) trainC.have to go through a tunnel D.can use any of the above means46.The Brooklyn Bridge is _________.A.the first suspended railway bridge in the USAB.the first oldest bridge in New YorkC.the first suspension bridge between Manhattan Island and BrooklynD.the first suspension bridge built in the USA47.In the course of the construction of the bridge_________.A.the chief engineer was in short of moneyB.misfortune fell on the chief engineerC.John Augustus Roebling fell illD.Washington Roebling met with an accident48.Washington Roebling was forced to_________.A.direct the building work on the bridgeB.lead the builders of the bridge in a hospitalC.give his directions to the workers from a flat nearbyD.direct the construction of the bridge by radio
    CNew Zealand Adventure Travel ToursWelcome to Flying Kiwi adventure tours - a unique, award-wining New Zealand travel experience! For over 17 years we have been showing travellers the best of our wonderful country and we’d love to share it with you. We have many regular customers. But if you’re new to Flying Kiwi, check out our best bits below. If you are feeling ready to start exploring then check out our exciting New Zealand Tours. Why Travel New Zealand with Flying Kiwi?﹡Tour the best of New Zealand: New Zealand is the best place for outdoor adventure lovers. Our tours provide great flexibility (弹性) and offer the perfect combination between an action-packed adventure tour and hop-on, hop-off buses. With bicycles, camping things and much more on board our tours are ideal for outdoor-centered travellers and groups of all fitness levels. ﹡Bus Tours That Fit Your Budget: By travelling New Zealand in a group we save on camp fees, food, travel and activities. The tours can cost up to 50% less than other alternatives, leaving more money in your pocket for other activities. ﹡Making Travel in New Zealand Easy: We help arrange the tour for you, even transport and accommodation (食宿) outside the trip, freeing up valuable time for you to experience more. Flexible times, friendly support and great choices make it the trip of a lifetime. ﹡Great Fun, Excellent People And Amazing Memories: We don’t just employ bus drivers, but seek out people with guiding experience or other talents that set them apart. Our tours will provide you with an amazing experience, but the people we meet, the friends we make and the memories we share, drive the Flying Kiwi adventure experience. 49. According to the passage, the underlined word “budget” means ___________.A. a plan to arrange money B. a plan to make a tour C. a tour in New Zealand D. an activity in New Zealand50. If you join a group traveling New Zealand with Flying Kiwi, you’ll ___________.A. win an award for your travel experienceB. have more free time for other activitiesC. save your money for other activitiesD. enjoy free food and camping during your tour51. Outdoor adventure lovers choose to travel with Flying Kiwi mainly because _________.A. they can make new friends during the tourB. they can have the transport and accommodation arrangedC. the tour is both time-saving and money-savingD. the tour provides bike trips and camping experience52. The passage is probably ____________.A. a tour guide B. a tour ad C. a tour report D. a tour plan
    DBill Javis took over our village news-agency at a time of life when most of us only want to relax. He just thought he would like something but not too much to do, and the news-agency was ready-made. The business produced little enough for him, but Bill was a man who only wanted the simplicity and order and regularity of the job. He had been a long-serving sailor, and all his life had done everything by the clock.Every day he opened his shop at six a.m. to catch the early trade; the papers arrived on his door-step before that. Many of Bill’s customers were city workers, and the shop was convenient for the station. Business was tailing off by 10 o’clock, so at eleven sharp Bill closed for lunch. It was hard luck on anybody who wanted a paper or magazine in the afternoon, for most likely Bill would be down on the river bank, fishing, and his nearest competitor was five kilometers away. Sometime in the afternoon, the evening paper landed on the doormat, and at 4 o’clock Bill reopened. The evening rush lasted till seven, and it was worthwhile.He lived in a flat above the shop, alone. Except in the very bad weather, you always knew where to find him in the afternoon, as I have said. Once, on a sunny afternoon, I walked home along the river bank from a shopping trip to the village. By my watch it was three minutes past four, so I was astonished to see Bill sitting there on his little chair with a line in the water. He had had no luck, I could see, but he was making no effort to move.“What’s wrong, Bill?” I called out from the path.For answer, he put a hand in his jacket and took out a big, golden object. For a moment I had no idea what it could be, and then it suddenly went off with a noise like a fire engine. Stopping the bell, Bill held the thing up and called back, “Ten to four, you see, and this is dead right.”I had never known anyone carrying a brass alarm clock round with him before.53.Bill opened the shop so early in the day because ___________.A.he liked to do as much as possible before he went to workB.the shop had to be open when the morning papers cameC.he was never sure of the timeD.it was then that he did a lot of business54.You might say “hard luck” to someone who __________.A.has just heard some very good newsB.is less fortunate than he or she ought to beC.puts great effort into whatever he or she triesD.fails through his or her own fault entirely55.On that sunny afternoon, the writer was surprised when he saw Bill because ________.A.he thought it was late for Bill to be still fishingB.he thought Bill was ill, since he was not moving at allC.Bill had not caught anything, and that seemed strangeD.Bill stayed in his flat56.From the information given in the passage, who or what do you think was wrong?A.The bell was; it must have gone off at the wrong time.B.Bill was; he had dropped off to sleep.C.The writer’s watch was fast.D.Bill’s clock was wrong; it was very old.

    EMusic lessons may improve memory and learning ability in young children by promoting different patterns of brain development, a study shows. After a year of musical training, children aged between 4 and 6 performed better at a standard memory test than did children who were not taught music. The findings suggest that music could be useful for building the learning capacity of young minds. Earlier studies have shown that older children given music lessons become better at IQ tests than those who are musically untrained, but this is the first to show such a benefit in children so young. Professor Laurel Trainor, of McMaster University in Hamilton, Ontario, also found clear differences in the ways in which children’s brains responded to sound after a year of musical training. “This is the first study to show that brain responses in young, musically trained and untrained children change differently over the course of a year,” she said. “These changes are likely to be related to the cognitive(认知的)benefit that is seen with musical training.” Professor Trainor’s team looked at 12 children, 6 of whom had just started extra-curricular(课程外)music lessons and 6 of whom were not being taught any music except that included as a standard part of their school curriculum(课程标准). During the year all 12 children had their brains examined four times using magnetoencephalography (MEG), and each child was played two types of sound — white noise and a violin tone. The MEG measurements showed that all children responded more to violin sounds than to white noise, reflecting a preference for meaningful tones, and their response times fell over the course of the year as their brains matured.57. This passage is mainly about _______________.A. music lessons are good for the memory and learning capabilityB. the benefit from musical training for childrenC. a study on twelve young children’s brainsD. new technology to examine children’s brains58. It can be concluded from the text that ____________________.A. the study is the first one on the effect of musical training on children’s brainsB. scientists got no valuable results from the earlier studies on the topicC. children musically trained remember things better than those untrainedD. older children get more benefit from musical training than younger ones59. What do we know about the twelve children tested in the study?A. None of them had been musically trained before.B. Only 6 of them had a knowledge of music before.C. Not all of them had been taught some music in school.D. All of them were required to learn some music in school.60. We know from the MEG measurements that ______________________.A. the older a child is, the more quickly he / she responds to soundsB. children of different ages respond to sounds at the same speedC. human brains prefer musical sounds to white noiseD. all the twelve children like to learn to play the violin very much
    第二节:根据对话内容,从对话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。A:Have you ever been to Hong Kong?B:Yes,I have.  61 A:I’m going there with my family for a holiday this month. Can you tell me what it is like there?B:Well,it is a very exciting place  62 A:Really?It is good to hear that.  63 B:Well,uh. . . what else would you like to know?A: 64 B:The weather at this time is usually cool,and in my opinion,the people there are very interesting. A:It sounds like a wonderful place. B:It is.  65 A. What about you?B. It is probably one of the most exciting places I know. C. Why?D. Can you tell me something else?E. How about the weather and the people?F. I hope you will visit it some day. G. I’m sure you’ll have a good time there. 补全对话:61. ______ 62. ______ 63. ______ 64. ______ 65. ______
    第Ⅱ卷(共55分)第三部分:写作(共三节,满分55分)第一节:单词拼写(共10小题;每小题1分,满分10分)根据下列句子所给汉语注释,写出空缺处各单词的正确形式。(每空只写一词)66. Quite by chance,the man found the world’s largest diamond,______ (重)more than half a kilogram. 66. _______67. Her dress ___________ her age.(与---相配) 67__________ 68 His later films are about the _______ of war.(残酷) 68_______ 69 Taiwan is _______ by a strait from the mainland. (分隔)69__________70 There are a _________ of flowers in the park. (种类)70__________71 We are making _____for the coming end—term exam. (准备)71__________72 Their office is on the _______ floor.(第九) 72__________73 Whisky ________ a large percentage of alcohol. (含有) 73__________74 This damp climate here is not _______.(健康) 74__________75 He ______ the meeting last week, giving a lecture.(参加)75__________
    第二节 短文改错(共10小题;每小题1。5分,满分15分)I hadn’t seen Mr. Chen since I left school four years ago 76. _______but I often think of him. I wasn’t very well at most 77. _______subjects. I suppose I was a bit of lazy and now I wish I’d 78. _______done more work, especially maths. The only thing I can 79. _______remember is that the angles of a triangle adds up to 180 80. _______degree! But when I went into Mr. Chen’s class, I really 81. ______became interesting in a subject for the first time. Before Mr. 82. _____Chen, science had been simply a subject full of strange 83. _______words to me. I had no idea how a cell was and I didn’t 84. _______want to know either! I found it all so boring but difficult. 85._________But Mr. Chen made everything interesting.
    第三节:书面表达(满分30分)某英文网站正在开展关于填报志愿时首先考虑专业还是学校的讨论。请你根据下面所给的要点提示,用英语写一篇短文,描述学生中存在的两种看法,并谈谈你自己的看法,将此文在该网站的BBS上发表。








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    首先选择专业
    1.可以学习自己感兴趣的东西; 2.便于将来从事自己喜爱的工作。


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    首先选择大学
    1.学习环境对人的成长很重要; 2.名牌大学的毕业生在求职时常会受到青睐。


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    你的看法(内容由考生自己拟定)
    注意:1. 词数:100左右。开头已为你写好,不计入总词数;2. 内容可适当发挥,注意行文连贯。Every student will be faced with the question after he passes the college entrance examinations: Should we choose a good major or a good university first? ____________________
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    河北容城中学07—08第一次考试参考答案
    1--5 ABDDD 6—10AAADC11—15DBCDB 16—20 CBDCD21答案:B解析:毛发覆盖全身。22答案:C解析:表因果关系。23答案:A解析:从后文“She licked his face”可知。24答案:D解析:不以外貌作判断。25答案:C解析:在报纸上做广告。26答案:C解析:举止表现良好。27答案:D解析:loving“有爱心的”。28答案:A解析:与funny意义相近。29答案:B解析:无论是什么(狗)。30答案:B解析:表“所剩余的”,leave可用于被动。31答案:D解析:表位置,“在……之前”。32答案:B解析:与前文raced和后面的hurried一起表动作敏捷,心情急切。33答案:C解析:老人在车里等候。34答案:B解析:reaction to sth.“对……的反应”。35答案:B解析:从前后文可知,用she指狗。36答案:D解析:小老鼠似的尾巴摇起来要飞似的。37答案:A解析:fly off “飞离”,off为介词。38答案:B解析:从lick his face可知是一条讨人喜欢的小狗。39答案:C解析:内心充满感激。40答案:D解析:从前文a milky face可知。
    41--44BDAC 45--48答案:DCBC49--52ACDB 53--56DBAC57--60ACDC 61--65CBDEG 单词拼写66 weighing 67 matches 68 cruelty 69 separated 70 variety 71 preparations 72 ninth 73 contains 74 healthy 75 attended短文改错:I hadn’t seen Mr. Chen since I left school four years ago 76. haven’t but I often think of him. I wasn’t very well at most 77. good subjects. I suppose I was a bit of lazy and now I wish I’d 78. of done more work, especially ∧maths. The only thing I can 79. in remember is that the angles of a triangle adds up to 180 80. add degree! But when I went into Mr. Chen’s class, I really 81. degrees
    became interesting in a subject for the first time. Before Mr. 82. interested Chen, science had been simply a subject full of strange 83. √ words to me. I had no idea how a cell was and I didn’t 84. what want to know either! I found it all so boring but difficult. 85. and But Mr. Chen made everything interesting.
    One possible version: Every student will be faced with the question when he passes the college entrance examinations: Should we choose a good major or a good university first? Some students prefer to consider majors first so that they can learn what they are interested in. It will also make it possible for them to take their favorite jobs in the future. However, those who think differently believe that the environment is important to one’s development and that graduates from leading universities are often more likely to find a good job. In my opinion, the best choice is a good major at a good university. If we cannot obtain both, the first thing to consider is a good major, because no matter where we study, we can still achieve a lot in a certain field if we try our best.
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