高三英语试题 （满分 100 分，答案请写于答题卡上）
一、单项选择（共 30 小题，每小题 1 分） 1. Generally, students inner motivation with high expectations from others___________ essential to their development. A. is B. are C.
was D. were 2. What surprised me was not the death of the world’s most-wanted man, Bin Laden, but______ he was killed. A. in the way B. the way C. in the way that D. the way which 3. .After the flooding, people were suffering in that ar ea,_______ urgently needed clean water, medicine and shelter to survive. A. which B. who C. where D. what 4. ______makes this shop different is that it off ers more personal services. A. What B. Who C. Whatever D. Whoever 5. —Pity you missed the lecture on nuclear pollution。 —I it, but I was busy preparing for a job interview. A. attended B. had attended C. would attend D. would have attended 6. —Hi, Tom. Any idea where Jane is? —She_______ in the classroom. I saw her there just now. A. shall be B. should have been C. must be D. might have been 7. — Can you lend me the book Gone with the Wind? — Sorry. I returned it to the library just now. Maybe it is still ____. A. available B. affordable C. acceptable D. valuable 8. — We’d appreciate it if you could come to our English evening party tonight. — _________! I’ve another appointment. Thanks anyway. A. Good luck B. Have fun C. What a pity D. Come on 9. I had hardly got to the office _________ my wife phoned me to go back home at once. A. when B. than C. until D. after 10. Is there any possibility _______the little girl can be the champion in the London Olympics? A. that B. which C. if D. whether 11. — Please check your answer with the key on Page 129. — All right. Oh, it’s so simple. Why ________ of that? A. hadn’t I thought B. haven’t I thought C. didn’t I think D. wasn’t I thinking 12. —Why don’t we choose that road to save time? —The bridge to it _________. A. has repaired B. is repaired C. is being repaired D. will be repaired 13. “Never before ________ so much importance to the prices of agricultural products,” said in the government work report by Premier Wen JiaBao. A. the central government attached B. did the central government attach C. the central government has attached D. has the central government attached 14. He had to pause from time to time to wipe the sweat from his forehead, because the air-conditioning system___________. A. broke in B. broke up C. broke out D. broke down 15. —It’s thirty years since we last met. —But I still remember the story, believe it or not, _____we got lost on a rainy night. A. which B. that C. what D. when
16. .---John has got a very good job in the government. --- _____ he looks so happy. A. No doubt B. No wonder C. That's because D. It's natural 17. ---Why haven’t you bought any beer from the supermarket? ---I _______ to, but I forgot about it. A. wished B. meant C. liked D. expected 18. The lower class people ____ themselves with their remarks whenever they speak, and people can easily classify their social position after only a few minutes' observation． A．provide B．betray C．associate D．combine 19. If he my advice, he wouldn't have lost his job. A. followed B. should follow C. had followed D. would follow 20. --No one ________ be compared with Yao Ming in playing basketball. --Oh, you are really his big fan. A .can B. need C. must D. might 21. ___________the histroy of our festival, we feel it is important not to favour films from any one country. A. Considered B. Considering C. To be considered D. Consider 22. Choosing the right dictionary depends on _______ you want to use it for. A. how B. why C. what D. whether 23. — Have the peace talks broken down? — Yes. Conflict is _______ to break out between the two countries. A. likely B. possibly C. probably D. gradually 24. The activities organized by our school really gave us a platform ____ we learned team spirit. A. that B. which C. where D. when 25. — Why did you quit your job? — It was good _______ salary, but I didn’t like its working conditions. A. in need of B. in face of C. in favour of D. in terms of 26. It is not immediately clear ________ the financial crisis will soon be over. A. since B. what C. when D. whether 27. It’s too bad that my computer has got a new virus. If only I ______ that programme! A. didn’t run B. haven’t run C. hadn’t run D. wouldn’t run 28. On listening to the swing music, those young people couldn’t help _______ when they were at the dance hall. A. dancing B. to dance C. dance D. being danced 29. I love to go to the seaside in summer. It ____ good to lie in the sun or swim in the cool water. A. does B. gets C. feels D. makes 30. _________ this job, he will have to be faced with the challenging situation he has never experienced before. A. No matter who will take on B. Who takes on C. Whoever will take on D. Whoever takes on 二、完形填空（20 分） My husband Jeff and I moved into our new home in Scottsbluff last year just before Christmas. I did not have the 31 or energy to carry out my traditional Christmas decorating and baking activities. What was the point, anyway? It was going to be a 32 Christmas after all. 33 , the neighborly nature of west Nebraska residents started to trickle (陆续来临) in. There was a 34 on the door one evening. It was Jeff’s new colleague, John Smith, and
his wife, Phyllis. The Smiths had stopped by to 35 us to town with a loaf of homemade bread. They pointed out a 36 on the porch (门廊). Apparently the doorbell wasn’t working in the cold snowy weather and we had 37 a visit from the Browns, our across-the-street neighbors, who brought us a Christmas card and more Christmas cookies. The 38 feelings brought by these thoughtful gestures lasted longer than the food. As Jeff and I were clearing pre-Christmas 39 from our driveway, Ernie Guzman came over from next door to 40 us to dig out. Then, we received an invitation to 41 a Christmas Eve meal with our neighbors, Ernie and Nancy Sommer, and their 42 —a 90-year-old lady, who also had no family in the immediate area with whom to spend the holiday. Our Christmas Eve was quite merry, thanks to our 43 . Our Christmas morning 44 was special, thanks to the Smiths’ gift of bread. I was so 45 for these gestures of welcome, especially during the holidays. This year, we were again unable to be with our families for Christmas. The 46 and work schedules just made things too difficult. 47 that sense of Christmas isolation (孤立) all too well, we decided to try to round up some other folks who were 48 in the holidays. Lonely people are all around us, but most of us 49 notice them. Just take a look around you. Sometimes, the smallest 50 gesture can make a world of difference. 31. A. chance B. time C. anxiety D. ability 32. A. merry B. free C. lonely D. usual 33. A. Therefore B. Meanwhile C. Somehow D. However 34. A. card B. sign C. knock D. note 35. A. welcome B. invite C. drive D. send 36. A. tree B. package C. mail D. flower 37. A. forgot B. arranged C. received D. missed 38. A. deep B. true C. warm D. mixed 39. A. snow B. rubbish C. dust D. leaves 40. A. teach B. help C. urge D. forbid 41. A. share B. prepare C. taste D. exchange 42. A. aunt B. guest C. maid D. partner 43. A. folks B. relatives C. colleagues D. neighbors 44. A. call B. greeting C. breakfast D. meeting 45. A. sorry B. eager C. ready D. grateful 46. A. distance B. expense C. season D. situation 47. A. Studying B. Showing C. Knowing D. Discovering 48. A. alone B. busy C. happy D. active 49. A. always B. seldom C. finally D. usually 50. A. careful B. patient C. vague D. kind 三、阅读理解（15 题，2 分 1 题，共 30 分） A The US is one of the biggest countries in the world. It is well-known because its population comes from all over the world. The immigrants(移民) can learn English to keep the United States united, but it is unfair to have to drop their culture for an American way of life. I believe that recent immigrants should learn English in order to live in this country. If they don’t learn English, they won’t be able to communicate and do what they want. Anita, one of my mother’s friends, came here from Ecuador three years ago. She does not speak English. One day her daughter got a serious fever. She didn’t know what was going on, so she tried to call an
ambulance(救护车). However, when she called the hospital, she couldn’t talk. The operator(接线 员) couldn’t understand what Anita was saying. Thankfully, her sister arrived and called the ambulance. The doctor told Anita that if she hadn’t arrived at the hospital in time, her daughter would have died. Immigrants should learn English to speak with the public, but they should also keep their language at home. If we learn English only and forget our own language, we won’t be able to communicate with our parents. Florence, my co-worker, speaks English only. Her mother didn’t teach her Spanish, her mother language. She has lost her mother language, tradition and culture, so she can’t pass them down to her future generations. In conclusion, immigrants should learn English in order to communicate with the public and to keep the country united, but they shouldn’t drop their culture for an American way of life. 51. When Anita’s daughter was ill, Anita_____________________. A. couldn’t speak B. tried to call an ambulance C. called her sister for help at once D. sent her to the hospital immediately 52. The author mentions Anita’s experience mainly to show us __________________. A. English is a difficult language for immigrants to learn B. it is necessary for immigrants to learn the common language C. immigrants should help each other in a strange country D. immigrants should keep their own language and culture 53. Florence is a woman who __________________. A. can speak both English and Spanish B. was born in Spain but grew up in the US C. has given up her native culture D. is one of the author ’s classmates B Last summer I went through a training program and became a literacy volunteer (扫盲志愿 者). The training I received, though excellent, didn't tell me how it w as to work with a real student, however. When I began to discover what other people’s lives were like because they could not read, I realized the true importance of reading. My first student Marie was a 44-year-old single mother of three children. In the first lesson, I found out she walked two miles to the nearest supermarket twice a week because she didn't know which bus to take. When I told her I would get her a bus schedule, she told me it would not help because she couldn't read it. She said she also had difficulty once she got to the supermarket because she couldn't always remember what she needed. Also, she could only recognize items by sight, so if the product had a different label, she would not recognize it as the product she wanted. As we worked together, learning how to read built Marie’s self-confidence. She began to make rapid progress and was even able to take the bus to the supermarket. After this successful trip, she reported how self-confident she felt. At the end of the program, she began helping her youngest son, Tony, a shy first grader, with his reading. I found that helping Marie to build her self-confidence was more rewarding than anything I had ever done before. As a literacy volunteer, I learned a great deal about teaching and helping others. In fact, I may have learned more from the experience than Marie did. 54. What did the writer do last summer? A. She worked in the supermarket. B. She helped someone to learn to read.
C. She helped some single mothers. D. She was trained by a literacy volunteer. 55. Why didn't Marie go to the supermarket by bus at first? A. Because she liked to walk to the supermarket. B. Because she didn't have a bus schedule. C. Because she couldn't afford the bus ticket. D. Because she couldn't find the right bus. 56. How did Marie use to find the goods she wanted in the supermarket? A. She knew where the goods were in the supermarket. B. She asked others to take her to the right place. C. She managed to find the goods by their looks. D. She remembered the names of the goods. 57. Which of the statements is TRUE about Marie? A. She could do many things she had not been able to before. B. She was able to read stories with the help of her son. C. She decided to continue her studies in school. D. She helped to build up my self-confidence . C A sixth of undergraduates in Beijing this year have registered at driving school. The students，mostly from majors such as business management or international trade，will finish their driving courses with 20 days or so. Training costs have dropped to 2,600 yuan for students, according to the Haidian Driving School in Beijing. The price is not really low, but students will accept it, seeing it as an investment (投资) in their future. Familiarity with the operation of computers and fluent English are the basic skills graduating students need to find a job. But a driver’s permit has become another factor(因素). “In the job market, owning a driver’s permit sometimes strengthens a graduating student’s competitiveness for a good position,” says Zhou Yang, an undergraduate at the China University of Political Science and Law. Cars will become a necessary part of many people’s lives in the coming years，and it is difficult to get a permit of campus because of the pressures on working people’s time. “Having a full time job after graduation offers limited time to learn to drive． We senior students have plenty of spare time，plenty of opportunity to learn.” Zhou says. Xu Jian，an official at the driving school，said undergraduates were very able and serious， and could grasp in an hour what ordinary people took four hours to learn. In this driving school， middle—aged people，young women and college students are the main customers． To get a driver's permit，a beginner is now required to have at least 86 hours’ practice before the final road test. 58. _________ in Beijing want to learn to drive. A. Most of the undergraduates B. Many undergraduates C. Many students in the driving school D. Most of the students who learn business or international 59. The undergraduates are learning to drive because _________ . A. they need the skill to find the job B. they like to drive cars C. they will not have any time to 1earn to drive after they have found a full—time job. D. most of them will be able to buy cars in the future
60. Which of the following is likely to be Xu Jian’s opinion of students learning to drive? A. He thought it was better to 1earn it at college than at work. B. He decided it was a waste of money and time to learn to drive. C. He agreed that they could learn to drive. D. He thought they would spend three times more time to learn to drive than ordinary people. 61. Which of the following can be the best headline for the passage? A. Students Pay Less to Learn to Drive Now． B. Students Learn to Drive． C. It is Better to Learn to Drive at Colleges. D. Welcome to the Driving School. D One of our biggest fears nowadays is that our kids might have spent too much time with electronic devices rather than experiencing the natural world. Fear-producing TV and computer games are leading to a serious disconnect between kids and the great outdoors, which will change the wild places of the world, its creatures and human health for the worse, unless adults get working on child’s play. Each of us had a place in nature we go sometimes, even if it was torn down. We cannot be the last generation to have that place. At this rate, kids who miss the sense of wonder outdoors will not grow up to be protectors of natural landscapes. “If the decline in parks use continues across North America, who will defend parks against encroachment （蚕食） ?” asks Richard Louv, author of Last Child in the Woods. Without having a nature experience, kids can turn out just fine, but they are missing out a huge enrichment of their lives. That applies to everything from their physical health and mental health, to stress levels, creativity and cognitive （认知的） skills. Experts predict modern kids will have poorer health than their parents---and they say a lack of outside play is surely part of it; research suggests that kids do better academically in schools with a nature component and that play in nature fosters（培养）leadership. Even a tiny outdoor experience can create wonder in a child, The three-year-old turning over his first rock realizes he is not alone in the world. A clump(丛) of trees on the roadside can be the whole universe in his eyes. We really need to value that more. Kids are not to blame. They are over-protected and frightened. It is dangerous out there from time to time, but repetitive stress from computers is replacing breaking an arm as a childhood rite（仪式）of passage. Everyone from developers to schools and outdoorsy citizens, should help regain for our kids some of the freedom and joy of exploring, taking friendship in fields and woods that strengthen love, respect and need for the landscape. As parents, we should devote some of our energies to taking our kids into nature. This could yet be our greatest cause. 62. According to the passage, children without experiencing nature will __________. A. keep a high sense of wonder B. be over-protected by their parents C. be less healthy both physically and mentally D. change wild places and creatures for the better 63. According to the author, children’s breaking an arm is __________. A. the fault on the part of their parents B. the natural experience in their growing up C. the result of their own carelessness in play D. the effect of their repetitive stress from computers
64. In writing this passage, the author mainly intends to __________. A. blame children for getting lost in computer games B. encourage children to protect parks from encroachment C. show his concern about children’s lack of experience in nature D. inspire children to keep the sense of wonder about things around 65. Which of the following can be used as the title for the passage? A. Too much play spoils a child B. Getting closer to nature relieve stress C. Outdoor activities build up character D. Take kids to nature more often for their growth
四、任务型阅读（10 分） 请认真阅读下列短文,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。 Most people have some regret that they just can’t seem to get rid of. But holding on to regret about the past that can’t be changed can have a bad impact on the possibility of a happy future. Regret is a waste of time, emotion and energy. To make sure that your life is a successful one, you need to take action to live in a way that you have no regret holding you back. Some people make very big decisions with very little consideration at all, and as a result they often regret their decisions. Before choosing a college major, getting married or accepting a job, you must carefully consider all conditions and make a conscious decision rather than a careless one. Big decisions aren’t the only ones that require forethought, though. Before you become angry and say something you will regret later, think about what you’re going to say. Some of things will be easy to do and some will be hard, but keep your eyes on the prize of living a successful life without regret, and you’ll find that achieving your goals might be easier than you think. But don’t just daydream about those goals — make an actual list, written down in black and white, and refer to it now and then to see what you have left to do. When you’re feeling happy and full of energy, taking care of yourself isn’t a problem. But in those days when you feel like crawling beneath the bed and never coming out again, you still must take care of yourself. You can do what you want and don’t get angry with yourself about your shortcomings. On the contrary, you just admit them and try to change them and move on. Improving your mental health is just as important as taking care of yourself physically. Keep those who are important to you very close and be sure to let them know how important they are to you. Family, friends, co-workers and people who are as close as your families are your lifelines that you can depend on whenever you need them to help you remember what’s important in life. You should make sure of repairing your relationships with your friends if something bad happens. Last but not least, learn to give yourself some relaxation （放松） and not to waste your time regretting things you cannot change. Treat those things properly and move on. Life is hard, but it is precious. Don’t waste time regretting the past, or your future will get here before you know it.
Living without regret Regret is a normal part of life. What you should do is to take action to make your life a (66)________ without regret. ▲Regret about the past can greatly (68)________ your possible happy future. ▲Regret wastes time, emotion and energy. Take everything into (71)__________ consideration before making decisions or saying something. ▲Focus your eyes on the things which will bring you happiness. ▲Put your (72)__________ into practice. Make sure that you are in good (73)_______ both physically and mentally. Keep close to those who are (74)_______ to you. Don’t regret things that cannot be (75)_____ and treasure the present-day life.
(67)_________ for getting rid of regret
(70)__________ twice before you act.
List the things you want to do. (69)__________ Take care of yourself. Keep close relationships. Don’t care about small things.
五. 用适当的动词形式填空 ( 共 10 个小题，每题 1 分，满分 10 分 ) 76. I really appreciate ______________ (have) time to relax with you on this nice island. 77. When _______(decide) what is most important in life, some people chooose money, while others choose things like security and comfort. 78. On July 21st a heavy rain took place in Beijing, ________ (kill) about 37 people. 79. He lost everything and ended up ____________ (commit) suicide. 80. Every time he ________ (pass) by the village, he can’t help thinking of the days he spent there. 81. With the guide __________ (lead) the way, Tom entered the Holiday Inn, followed by a dog, walking happily. 82. _____ ___(base)an important decision more on emotion than on reason, you will regret it sooner or later. 83. At first, I didn’t mind being alone, but then I saw all of the tourists having their pictures ________(take) together, and I began feeling sad. 84. What I’m here to say is that ____________ (work) side by side with many teenagers for many years, I know what they are really dying for. 85. China recently tightened its waters controls near the Huangyan Island to prevent Chinese fishing boats from (attack) in the South China Sea.
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第一部分(1 题 1 分, 共 80 分) （1 分 1 题，共 50 分） 1—5____________6—10 __________11—15 ___________ 16—20 __________ 21—25 __________26—30 __________31—35 ____________ 36—40____________41—45 ___________ 46—50 ___________ （1 题 2 分，共 30 分） 51—55____________56—60_____________61—65_____________ 第二部分 第一节 任务型阅读（共 10 小题；每小题 1 分，满分 10 分） 66. ______________ 67. ______________68. ____________ 69._______________ 70. _____________ 71. _______________72. _____________73._______________ 74._______________75. _______________ 第二节 动词填空（共 10 小题；每小题 1 分，满分 10 分） 76.__________________77._______________78.________________79.______________ 80.__________________81.________________82._______________83.______________ 84. __________________ 85. __________________
一、单项选择 1—5 BBBAD 26—30 DCACD 二、完形填空 31—35 BCDCA 36—40 BDCAB 41—45 ABDCD 46—50 ACABD 三、阅读理解： 51—53 BBC 54—57 BDCA 58—61 BACB 62—65 CBCD 6—10 CACAA 11—15 CCDAB 16—20 BBBCA 21—25 BCACD
四、任务型阅读 66. success 67. Reasons 68. affect 69. Suggestions/Tips/Advice 70. Think 72. goals/goal 73. health 五、动词的适当形式填空 76. having; 82. Basing 77. deciding; 83. taken 78. killing; 79. committing; 80. passes; 84. having worked 81. leading 85. being attacked 74. important 75. changed 71. careful