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福州八中 2014 届高三毕业班第一次质检英语试题
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第一卷 (计分 115 分) I 听力测试 30 分(共 20 小题;每小题 1.

5 分,满分 30 分) 第一节(共 5 题;每小题 1.5 分,满分 7.5 分) 听下面 5 段对话。每段对话后有一个小题,从题中所给的 A、B、C 三个选项中 选出最佳选项,并标在试卷的相应位置。听完每段对话后,你有 10 秒钟的时间 来回答有关小题和阅读下一小题。每段对话仅读一遍。 1. What is the woman probably going to do next? A. Go over the list. B. Do some shopping. C. Go for an outing.

2. Which is true about Bus No. 3? A. It runs every 15 minutes. B. It is already 20 minutes late. C. It may arrive very soon. 3. What is the woman doing? A. Complaining. B. Apologizing. C. Consulting.

4. What does the man mean? A. He will go with the woman. B. He won’t go with the woman. C. He has to think about it. 5. Where does this dialogue probably take place? A. At the barber’s. B. At the dentist’s. C. At the baker’s.

第二节(共 15 题;每小题 1.5 分,满分 22.5 分)

听下面 5 段对话或独白。每段对话或独白后有几个小题,从题中所给的 A、 B、C 三个选项中选出最佳选项,并标在试卷的相应位置。听每段对话或独白前, 你将有时间阅读每个小题,每小题 5 秒钟;听完后,各小题将给出 5 秒钟的作答 时间。每段对话或独白读两遍。 听第 6 段材料,回答 6 至 7 题 6. Why did the woman fail to buy a sweater? A. Because of the size. B. Because of the color. C. Because of the service.

7. What will the salesman do next? A. Have a sweater made specially for the woman. B. Advise the woman to try her luck in another shop. C. Persuade the woman to buy a sweater in another color. 听第 7 段材料,回答 8 至 10 题 8. What is the probable relationship between the two speakers? A. Friends. B. Colleagues. C. Classmates.

9. What is the man trying to do? A. Learn about public schools. B. Fund a private school. C. Apply for an ideal school. 10. What does the quality of a school depend on? A. How much it is funded. B. How it is managed. C. Whether it is public or private. 听第 8 段材料,回答 11 至 13 题 11. How does the man find a mountain village? A. Big. B. Lively. C. Wonderful.

12. What opinion does the woman share with the man? A. They should stay in a quiet place. B. There is fresh air in a mountain village. C. It’s nice to walk along a hill in a mountain village. 13. What can we learn about the speakers’ ideas of where to travel?

A. They disagree with each other. B. They share the same opinion. C. They are not sure about it. 听第 9 段材料,回答 14 至 16 题 14. How did the girl feel after the test? A. Disappointed. B. Annoyed. C. Stressed.

15. What is the boy trying to do? A. Invite the girl out and have a chat with her. B. Comfort the girl and help her feel relaxed. C. Advise the girl on how to prepare for a test. 16. What does the boy actually suggest the girl do? A. Spend as much time as possible at home. B. Take part in various social events. C. Join him in meeting different people. 听第 10 段材料,回答 17 至 20 题 17. Why is ice climbing difficult? A. Climbers can find no place to put their feet. B. The ice in one place changes constantly. C. Climbers can’t change their plans in time. 18. How many things are mentioned for safety? A. Two. B. Three. C. Four.

19. What is the use of an ice ax? A. Making small openings in the ice. B. Stopping climbers from falling. C. Breaking big hard stones. 20. How can boots save climbers’ lives? A. There is something special on them. B. They can keep climbers’ feet warm. C. They ensure enough room for climbers.

II 单项填空(共 15 小题;每小题 1 分,满分 15 分) 21. ---- I wouldn't like to go out with you. I’m so tired. ---- ______. You promised to go out for a drive. A. Really? B. Not at all. C. Come on! , shouting with anger. B. in a crowd rushed D. in rushed a crowd D. No matter.

22. The door burst open and A. rushed in a crowd C. a crowd in rushed

23. They are still very cautious about ________ side effect the new medicine will bring about, although the experts have tried it on about 2000 patients. A. which B. that C. where D. what

24. ---What a long queue! --- Yeah. We ______ up in the past few hours for tickets back home. A. queued C. are queuing 25. ―Ouch! You hurt me! ―I am sorry. But I_______ any harm. I_______ to drive a rat out. A. didn’t mean; tried C. haven’t meant; tried 26. According to news reports personal trouble. A.wealth B.possession C.matter D.problem B. didn’t mean; was trying D. don’t mean; am trying of guns in the USA causes a lot of B. have queued D. have been queuing

27. She ______ a smile when she heard her family went to Italy without her. A. managed B. wore C. performed D. controlled

28. It is human nature to think back to a golden age ______ one’s country was strong and respected. A. if B. when C. while D. after

29. The British government often says that providing children with ______ to the information superhighway is of great importance. A. approval B. achievement C. allowance D. access

30. The young man, ______ several attempts to beat the world record in high

jumping, decided to have another try. A. to make B. making C. made D. having made

31. _____ all that has happened, have a good preparation and try to start again. A. Put up B. Put aside C. Put off D. Put out

32. —But for your timely warning, we _________ into great trouble. —Well, you know we’re friends. A. would get B. must have got C. would have got D. can have got

33. Was it at the beginning __ you made the promise __ you would do all to help make it? A. that; that B. when; that C. that; when D. when; when

34. ---Hi, Lydia. Are you going to the concert on Friday? ---I’d like to. But there are so many problems ____. A. remained settling C. remaining to settle B. remaining to be settled D. remained to be settled

35. My laptop computer, ____ I can't go on with my work, broke down the other day. A. which III. 完形填空 B. that C. without which D. for which

(共 20 小题;每小题 1.5 分,共 30 分)

Shay and his father walked past a park where some boys were playing baseball. Shay asked, “Do you think they’ll let me play?” Knowing that if his son were allowed to play, it would give him a much –needed sense of 36 in spite of his handicaps

(肢体残疾), Shay’s father approached one of the boys on the field and asked if Shay could play, not boys nodded 38 37 much. The boy looked around for guidance and a few

, why not? So he said, “Welcome aboard!” 39 . Very excited to be able to

The father was really happy at his son being play in the field, Shay 40 over.

At the end of the last period, Shay’s team was one run behind. Now, Shay was scheduled to take the (击球) and 43 41 winning run. At this very moment, do they let Shay bat

42 their chance to win the game? , Shay was given the bat. Everyone knew that a hit was all but impossible

44

Shay didn’t even know to hold the bat(球棒) properly. 46

45 , as Shay

stepped up, the pitcher(投手), realizing the

team putting winning aside for 47 be able to make

this moment in Shay’s life, threw the all softly so Shay could contact. Shay swung clumsily and hit a purposely threw the ball out of 49 48

ground ball right back to the pitcher, who

of all team-mates. Everyone started yelling,

“Shay, run to first! Run to first!” Never in his life had Shay ever run that far but, made 50 to first base. And then, 51 his breath, Shay awkwardly ran towards second, 52 the hero who hit the “grand slam” and 53 of himself making

the third, the home…Shay was cheered

won the game for his team! And for the first time, he was so his father so happy. 54

a physically handicapped child like Shay comes into the world, an 55 presents itself, and it comes, in the way

opportunity to realize true human other people treat that child. 36. A. loss 37. A. knowing 38. A. understanding 39. A. accepted 40. A. fell 41. A. constant 42. A. give away 43. A. Naturally 44. A. even if 45. A. Therefore 46. A. following 47. A. at most 48. A. slow 49. A. touch 50. A. up 51. A. catching B. humor B. expecting B. greetings B. possessed B. rushed B. fantastic B. give in B. Fortunately B. because B. However B. winning B. at all B. fast B. reach

C. belonging C. learning C. thanks C. recognized C. marched C. difficult C. give out C. Surprisingly C. if C. Anyhow C. visiting C. at least C. hard C. sight C. it C. wasting

D. direction D. doubting D. approval D. replaced D. struggled D. potential D. give back D. Generally D. though D. Instead D. opposing D. at last D. small D. control D. sense D. saving

B. contributions B. feeling

52. A. for 53. A. sure 54. A. When 55. A. experience

B. with B. afraid B. Before B. nature

C. like C. proud C. Unless C. health

D. as D. fond D. Whether D. creativity

IV 阅读理解:40 分(共 20 小题;每小题 2 分,共 40 分) A A woman whose sports car was stolen with her dog in it put up notices all over the area that made it clear getting back her pet was more important than her car. “Whoever did this can keep my car. Please let Benjerman come home,” the notice said. It is not known whether the thief showed any pity, but almost 30 hours after the 1 pm theft Friday, Kimberly Atkins of Dover and Benjerman,a 12-year-old black retriever,were reunited after police located them in Barrington. “He’s hungry, he’s dirty, but he’s very happy to be home,”Atkins said. The car was found at about 5 pm Saturday off Route 125 in a swampy area frequented by off-the-road cars and dirt bikes. However, the police couldn’t control Benjerman,and they had to call Atkins to come and get him. Atkins said the thief cared for Benjerman a little by providing him with some dry cat food. She believed Benjerman ended up drinking some muddy water in the area. She said they have been together for nearly 11 years after she took him back from a society shelter in Dallas, Texas. Before Benjerman was found,Atkins and several friends put up notices all over the city and in Somersworth. They also contacted animal shelters,throughout southern New Hampshire and Massachusetts. The notice stated there was a reward, also that the dog needed medication. and Any caller could remain anonymous(匿名的). Atkins had parked the car outside a hardware store with the keys inside and gone in to rent a carpet cleaner. “It was l0 minutes and I came out and my car was gone along with Benjerman in broad daylight” Atkins said. The car thief threw Atkins’ wallet and other personal items out of the car before escaping from the scene.

56. What would be the best title for the passage?____________ A. A car with a dog was stolen B. Lucky dog was returned to his owner C. Stealing cars:a most important social problem D. Woman wants dog back more than stolen car 57. Which of the following shows the correct order of what happened?___________ a. Notices were put up saying there was a reward. b. Atkins saw Benjerman again. c. Police found Atkins’car. d. Atkins took Benjerman back from a society shelter. e. Atkins hired a carpet cleaner in a hardware store. A. d,e,a, b,c B. d,e,a,c,b C. e,a,d,b,c D. e,a,c,d,b

58. We can infer from the passage ___________. A. the dog was treated extremely badly by the thief B. car stolen accidents happen frequently nowadays C. the dog was found because of the reward D. the thief stole the car easily 59. Which of the following is TRUE according to the passage?__________ A. Benjerman was sent back immediately after Atkins put up the notices. B. Atkins and her friends made a great effort to look for Benjerman. C. The thief gave the dog back but kept the sports car. D. The dog was back at 1 pm on a Friday. B Wugging, or web use giving, describes the act of giving to charity at no cost to the user.By using Everyclick.com, which is being added to a number of university computers across the UK, students can raise money every time they search, but it won’t cost them a penny. Research shows that students are extremely passionate about supporting charity — 88% of full time students have used the Internet to give to charity. age This

group is often the least likely to have their own income.19% of 22 to 24 year olds have short-term debts of more than ?5,000.With rising personal debt levels in this age group, due to university tuition fees or personal loans and a lack of long-term savings, traditional methods of donating to charity are often not appealing or possible. Beth Truman, a 21-year-old recent university graduate, has used Everyclick.com to donate to her chosen charity, the RSPCA, for two years and has seen the “wugging” movement grow in popularity with students.“When you’re at university you become more socially aware, but it’s sometimes hard to give to others when you have little money yourself,” says Beth.“Wugging is great for people in this age group as it allows them to use the technology on a daily basis to give to charity, without costing them a single penny.” Wugging is perfect for people who want to be more socially aware and supportive but don’t feel they have the means to do so.Students using the web can raise money for causes they care about without costing them anything in terms of time or money, and charities get a valuable source of funding. Everyclick.com works like any other search engine, allowing users to search for information, news and images but users can decide which of the UK’s 170,000 charities they would like to support through their clicks.Everyclick.com then makes monthly payments to every registered charity. Launched in June 2005, Everyclick.com is now the eighth largest search engine and one of the busiest charity websites in the UK. 60. According to the passage, “wugging” is actually ______. A. a website C. a school organization B. a charity-related action D. a student movement

61. In the case of charity, Everyclick.com ______ A. frees students from the financial worries when they give to charity. B. receives much money from students to make payments to registered charity. C. offers valuable information to students as one of the largest search engine. D. praises students for their money-raising at the website.

62. What does Beth Truman think of the “wugging” movement? A. It makes Everyclick.com popular in the UK. B. It becomes easy to do charity because of it. C. It results in students’ more social awareness. D. It helps students to save money. 63. What would be the best title for this passage? A. “Wugging”, a new popular term on the Internet. B. British people show strong interest in charity. C. More Britain charities benefit from the Internet. D. Students raise money for charity by “wugging”. C Every year Chris Brogan posts his three words for a new year. I and many other people have followed his lead for the past three or four years. They helped me a lot. My words for last year were “passion”,“focus” and “delegate” and I stayed true to them. This year,2012,my goals are more personal and less professional. FOCUS Focus is making a repeat appearance on my list this year because I’m too much of a multitasker. The problem is that I have trouble finishing one thing with so many things calling me. When I was working as a writer,all my projects were handled via a schedule, which kept me organized. This year I’m going to have each task scheduled. I’m putting a fitness and housekeeping routine into my schedule. HEALTH I get so busy taking care of everyone else, forget to take care of myself and this I has to change. My health suffers and my weight suffers. I have to get my health in check,not only for me-but because I promised my 9 year-old son. I’11 make sure to take time to exercise every day and make good food and lifestyle choices. I miss being thin,and it’s time to get it back. CELEBRATE What good is having it all if I’m not taking time to enjoy it?I have a wonderful

job, happy family, so much to be thankful for. So how come I spend all my time a and working? Last summer my family took our first vacation in four years,the best thing I’ve done for myself and my family in a long time. This year,I’m making sure to take time to enjoy life and celebrate its many blessings. Do you have any words for 2012? 64. The underlined word “multitasker" probably refers to a person who________ A. makes a living by writing B. always fails to finish a task on time C. has several things to do at the same time D. pays more attention to fitness and housekeeping 65. Why does the writer have “health” as one of his three words? A. He wants to take better care of others. B. He’s gaining weight and feeling bad. C. He did not take any exercise in the past. D. He got the idea from his son. 66. What can we learn from the passage? A .The word “celebrate” can remind the writer to enjoy life. B. The writer has a vacation with his family every four years. C. The word “focus” can help the writer focus on his family. D. The writer used to be overweight for lack of exercise. 67. The best title for the passage might be________· A. Three Words for 2012 C. Keep Organized D This selection of books and guides offers insight to hidden charm in many favorite cities and destinations and gives you the knowledge to uncover unusual sights to see and places to visit. We hope you enjoy our choices and welcome your comments. Email your feedback to books@ gounusual.com. The following are taken from these books. You will find much more information about these hotels in the books. B. Health Should Go First D. Goals for 2012

Kakslauttanen Hotel It is the home of the famous Igloo (冰屋) Village with the unique glass and snow igloos and the world’s largest snow restaurant. In addition, their guests can enjoy the winter activities including watching the Northern Lights visible generally from late August to late April. Guests can sample the peace of sleeping in snow. Their glass igloos are fantastic for lying on your bed at night, watching the Northern Lights in the warm. You can enjoy cold or warm night sleep as required. Art Hotel in Ronda Beautifully situated in the oldest paved street of Ronda and surrounded by historic buildings, Art Hotel is decorated with original and historical artwork and atmospheric lighting. There is lots of fun and funky touches, e. g. lights and birds nesting in old basketballs, wall murals (壁画) Michael Jackson, car tyres converted of to occasional tables. During your stay, all drinks, breakfast and the use of all facilities are included in the price of the room. Otter Creek Tents The tents are separated from the rest of the world by a quiet salt-water creek. A coconut plantation dating back to 1886, the secret location preserves the privacy and peace of guests, with the salt water of the creek keeping even the mosquitoes away. Each tent sleeps 2 in a four-poster double bed and has a western style toilet and bathroom with running water and hot shower. The tents use the dining facilities of the charming “Elsewhere” beach houses and enjoy over a mile of the pristine(处于 原始状态的)beach where one can still see the footprints of fishermen , and during the season , possibly the prints of sea turtles. The Original Icehotel “Imagine a hotel built from thousands of tons of snow and ice, and rebuilt every winter”--that is ICEHOTEL in northern Lapland, Sweden. This is the original ICEHOTEL, first created in the early 1990s. It has become the global ambassador for this genre and now licenses ICEBARs around the world too.

With 80 + rooms, the property is a huge undertaking to be rebuilt every year, and their expertise inspired other similar properties in North America and elsewhere. 68. People staying in Kakslauttanen Hotel can watch the Northern Lights EXCEPT in ___. A. August B. April C. December D. June

69. What is special about Otter Creek Tents? A. You can sleep in a house made of ice there. B. It is surrounded by a forest. C. You can enjoy the scenes of a beach. D. You can enjoy turtles cooked in a special way there. 70. If you want to experience sleeping with snow or ice around, you can choose ____. A. Kakslauttanen Hotel and Art Hotel in Ronda B. Otter Creek Tents and Icehotel C. Art Hotel in Ronda and Otter Creek Tents D. Kakslauttanen Hotel and Icehotel 71. What’s the author’s purpose of writing the passage? A. To show us the advantages of staying in hotels. B. To introduce and promote some books. C. To encourage people to travel around the world. D. To explain to us how people manage the hotels. E Health and climate scientists have mapped how climate change affects different parts of the world in different ways. The scientists point to evidence that changes in the past thirty years may already be affecting human health. Temperature changes may also influence the spread of disease. For example, warmer weather speeds the growth of organisms that cause diseases like malaria and dengue fever. The work by scientists from the University of Wisconsin-Madison and the World Health Organization appeared in the journal Nature. Jonathan Patz, professor of the Gaylord Nelson Institute, led the study. He notes that climate scientists linked global warming to the heat that killed thousands in Europe in August of 2003. He says poor countries are least responsible for the warming yet are most at risk from the health

effects of higher temperatures. He says areas at greatest risk include Southern and Eastern Africa and coastlines along the Pacific and Indian Oceans. Also, large cities experience what scientists call a “heat island” effect that can intensify conditions. Professor Patz says average temperatures worldwide have increased about one-third of a degree Celsius in the last thirty years. But he tells us even that can make a difference with a disease like malaria. The report says average temperatures could increase by as much as six degrees Celsius by the end of the century. Representatives from about two hundred nations have been meeting in Montreal, Canada, to discuss climate change. The ten-day conference ends December 9th. It is the first such United Nations meeting since the Kyoto Protocol took effect earlier this year. The protocol seeks to reduce the amount of carbon dioxide and other heat-trapping gases released as pollution into the air. 72. The text mainly talks about _________. A. the spread of malaria C. a ten-day conference in Montreal change 73. Which of the following is NOT TRUE according to the text? A. Some diseases spread faster in hot weather. B. Human activities contribute to the climate change. C. Poor countries suffer least from the effects of higher temperatures. D. Even a slight change in temperature may affect the spread of some diseases. 74. The underlined word “intensify” in Paragraph 2 is closest in meaning to _______. A. strengthen B. prevent C. lessen D. reflect B. effects of human activities on climate D. health effects caused by climate

75. According to the text, the Kyoto Protocol aims at __________. A. limiting the release of greenhouse gases B. preventing the spread of malaria and dengue fever C. studying how climate change affect human health D. organizing representatives to meet regularly in Montreal 第二卷

(计分:35 分) 注意:本卷答案一律写在答题纸上,请看清题号作答。 ...... V. 阅读填空题。 阅读下面短文,根据以下要求:1)汉语提示;2)首字母提示;3)语境提 示, 在每个空格内填入一个适当的英语单词, 所填单词要求意义准确、 拼写正确。 (每题 1 分;共 10 分) It was an honor to have been selected to go on a study tour to Britain. On the morning of March27, we arrived at the airport were w we 76. _____ 77. _____ 78. _____ 79. _____

welcomed by our home-stay families. Soon we went to (传统的) English food and

different families and we had

(聊天) happily. Later we went to a college. A professor

us a vivid and interesting introduction and we learned a lot about 80. _____ the college. In the f s days we visited some famous scenic 81. _____ 82. _____ 83. _____ 84. _____ 85. _____

. On the last day we had a farewell party at which students fantastic performances

from China and Britain put

(包括) songs and dances. From the study tour, we have got a better u of the British culture.

VI. 书面表达 (满分 25 分) 根据以下图画,写一篇英语短文,描述今昔通讯方式的变化,以及这些变化 给人们生活带来的影响。 注意:1. 不少于 120 词。 2. 文章开头已给出, 不计入总词数。

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福州八中 2013—2014 高三毕班第一次质量检查 英语试卷参考答案及评分标准
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第二卷 V. 76. where 81. following 77. warmly 78. traditional 82. spots 83. on 79. chatted 80. gave

84. including

85. understanding

听力材料 Text 1 W: Paul, could you go over the shopping list and see if there’s anything else you need? M: Yes, Darling. Well, it’s included everything. Text 2 M: Excuse me. I’ve been waiting here for 15 minutes. Do you know how often does No. 3 run? W: Oh, it runs every 20 minutes. It should be here any minute now. Text 3 W: Do you think you could keep the noise down? M: I’m sorry. Am I keeping you awake? W: Yes. And another thing, would you mind not making long distance calls? Text 4 M: I go hiking in summer and in winter I ski.

W: Do you mind if I come along sometime? W: No, not at all. Text 5 M: How long have you been in pain? W: It started to hurt when I was eating dinner. M: Open your mouth, please…Mm, it’s quite serious. I’m afraid we’ll have to pull the tooth out. Text 6 M: Is anybody waiting on you? W: No. I’m trying to find a green sweater in extra large. M: We have your size, but not in that color. W: Can you order one for me? M: Certainly. Just give me your name and address.

Text 7 M: I’m trying to decide what school to apply for. W: Are you thinking about a public school or a private one? M: I’m not sure. What’s the difference between them? W: Public schools are usually state funded, while private schools usually get their funding elsewhere. M: Which is better? W: One isn’t necessarily better than the other. It depends a lot on the school administration and the teachers. M: I hear you have to wear uniforms at private schools. W: Yeah, sometimes. Text 8 W: Why do you want to spend your summer days in a mountain village? M: I think a mountain village is splendid! W: I don’t think so. It’s too small. M: But it has fresh air, and it is nicer than a big town.

W: I think a big town is more lively. M: Still, I like the small mountain village. The big town is noisy. How pleasant it is when walking along the hill! W: Well, alright, I agree with you about that, but I still prefer a big town. Text 9 M: Hello! How are you today? W: Hi. I’m feeling very nervous. I just had a test and I’m not sure how well or how badly I did. M: It’s no use worrying about it now. You’ve done the test and you can’t change any of your answers. W: That’s true. I really should go home and prepare for the next test, but I’m feeling tired. M: Let’s go and get a coffee together. That will help you to refresh yourself! W: OK. I feel like sitting down and having a chat. How have you been recently? M: Oh, you know me. I’m always happy! If I think I’m getting into a bad mood, I call some friends and have a chat. W: That’s a good idea. I usually just sit at home alone and get increasingly upset. M: I hate spending too much time at home. I get bored of it really quickly. I’m always excited about going out to parties or clubs or some other places and meeting people. W: Perhaps I’m being too shy. I should go out more too and not spend time worrying about tests!


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