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高三英语综合训练四 第二部分 英语知识运用(共两节,满分35分) 第一节 语法和词汇知识(共15小题;每小题1分,满分15分) 21. Going on a trip into ______ space must be quite ______ exciting experience. A. / ; the A. Told A. winning A. we’re going to

fly A. develop A. that; solving B. / ; an B. Telling B. to win B. we’ll fly B. to develop B. in which; solving C. the; an C. Having told C. wins C. we’ll be flying C. to developing C. which; to solve D. the; a D. Having been told D. won D. we’re to fly D. developing D. /; to solve 22. ______ many times, he finally understood it. 23. Chen Xiexia is the first Chinese athlete ______ the gold medal in the Beijing Olympic Games. 24. At this time tomorrow ______ over the Atlantic. 25. Great attention must be paid ______ welfare, especially in the poor area. 26. This is the best way ______ I have thought of ______ the problem. 27. —How about the party ______ at Mary’s house? —Wonderful! Everyone had a good time. A. holding A. should A. had intended himself. A. whenever A. whatever A. as long as A. cast down A. that; that —______ . A. I’m fine, thanks B. Sure, it is C. That’s good D. It’s OK B. by the time B. whenever B. in case B. got through B. where; where C. the moment C. however C. even though C. paid off C. that; where D. ever since D. wherever D. as if D. faded out D. where; that 31. You should report any incident, ______ minor it is. 32. Leave your key with your neighbor _you lock yourself out one day. B. to hold B. would B. am intending C. being held C. did C. intend D. held D. could D. could intend 28. Not until the teacher explained the importance of getting up early ______ we promise to come early. 29. I ______ to go on a diet, but the dishes at the party were simply impossible to resist. 30. Edison was a clever boy, and ______ he was fourteen, he had learned advance mathematics by

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完形填空(共 20 小题;每小题 1 分,满分 20 分) my work behind for a few days. Don't get me 37 . I enjoy my job

I was going on vacation to meet up with my family for a week of fun in Canada.Early in the morning,I got to the airport in Denver ready to 36 of helping people with disabilities to 38 time it was my 39 ! with a good book to read,when an elderly lady was wheeled to our 41 the trouble she was having 42 a packet of nuts with her I was waiting for my flight 40 waiting area . I couldn't help but a plane,which is a special education system in our state,but this

arthritic(关节炎的)hands.No one else was willing to meet her gaze so I offered to help. She was very 43 . It turned out that these nuts were her entire 44 . The attendants were nowhere to be seen when the 45 needed to 47 ordered was rather 51 . We only exchanged first names,and she was so grateful to have my assistance.I had to run to 52 my connection.But as I 36.A.get 37.A.wrong 38.A.land 39.A.flight 40.A.silently 41.A.meet 42.A.opening 43.A.grateful 44.A.lunch 45.A.waitress 46.A.volunteered 47.A.find out 48.A.take 49.A.hardly 50.A.passage 51.A.desperate 52.A.call 53.A.reminded of 53 the experience,I saw her as my airport angel,because she gave me a B.fall B.happy B.locate B.job B.comfortably B.ignore B.reaching B.careful B.luggage B.time B.came B.turn out B.deliver B.nowhere B.hotel B.anxious B.gain B.thought of C.leave C.right C.board C.choice C.carefully C.notice C.eating C.useful C.hope C.ticket C.tried C.pick out C.change C.somewhere C.airport C.calm C.build C.cared about D.forget D.hard D.fly D.vacation D.happily D.expect D.finding D.helpful D.breakfast D.day D.had D.fill out D.start D.never D.customs D.honest D.catch D.sought for 54 to hope that in the future when I'm 55 and traveling,someone will take the time to help me.Pay it forward. came to board the plane.The lady could walk but needed some assistance,so I 46 to help her and carry her bag.We had a long chat on the plane.As we were entering another country we some forms.I did it for her. 48 planes.but I helped her get off the plane first.The wheelchair she 49 to be seen, so we slowly walked to the 50 .Her daughter was waiting there, looking We landed and I needed to

33. The athlete’s years of hard training ______ when she finally won the Olympic gold medal. 34. It was in the garden of his old house ______ he grew up ______ he dug up a pot of gold. 35. — Hey, you haven’t been acting like yourself. Everything OK?

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A.To introduce an invention for power snapping. B.To advertise a new invention——the Ostrich Pillow. C.To inform people the importance of power snapping. D.To tell people a better way of keeping power snapping. B American officials have sharply reduced their expectations for this year's corn and soybean crops.Farmers in the Midwest are struggling with record heat and the worst drought in many years. The United States is the world's largest producer of com and soybeans.Last Friday the Agriculture Department predicted corn production would add up to 10.8 billion bushels this year.That was down 17% from a prediction made just a month ago.And it was down 13%from last year's level.The average yield(产 量)per hectare could be the lowest in seventeen years. At the sarne time,the government predicted that soybean production would be 12% lower than last year. The price of corn has hit record levels. Corn is a major part of animal feed, so the price of meat, milk and eggs is also expected to climb. The FAO says average food prices worldwide rose 6%in July.The American drought was a big reason. The situation has renewed the fight between food and fuel.About 40%of the nation's corn crop goes into making ethanol(乙醇).The production process leaves some of that in a form that can be fed to animals.Still, at least one-fourth of the American corn crop is now made into fuel. The United States requires that part of its corn crop be used in the production of biofuels(生物燃料). The use of ethanol has grown as government requirements have increased. But Jose, the head of the FAO called for “an immediate,temporary pause”of that requirement.He said more of the American corn production could then be used as food or to feed animals. The American livestock(家畜)industry is also urging Congress to stop the law that requires ethanol in gasoline.But corn farmer Alan Bennett says doing that would hurt his town. A 2005 law requires automobile fuel to contain ethanol.The growth of the ethanol industry and competition for corn has been helping parts of rural America that had been reducing for years. 61.What's the main idea of the passage? A.Average food prices rose all over the world. B.The decrease of crops in America restarted the fight between food and fuel. C.The argument between farmers and the American livestock industry came up. D.America produces most of the com and soybeans in the world. 62.What does the writer want to indicate using so much data in Paragraph 2? A.The production of corn and soybeans in America reduces sharply. B.American officials predicted that corn production would reduce. C.America is the world's largest producer of corn and soybeans. D.Farmers in the Midwest of America are having a hard time.

第三部分 阅读理解(共 20 小题;每小题 2 分,满分 40 分) A The Ostrich Pillow was created by a European designer,who wanted to find a creative way to provide people with the health and productivity benefits commonly associated with power napping(小憩).Power napping is as important as normal sleep.Only when you're done with a power nap,are you expected to actually work better. When you wake up from a normal nap,it's completely OK to glance around the room,confirm that John Hodgman riding a unicorn(独角兽)was just an amazing dream,and then roll over to fall back asleep. But the Ostrich Pillow is specifically designed for those shorter periods of rest-the power naps-and the creators say that their invention allows you to sleep anytime,anywhere by creating a“little private space within a public one,to relax and rest. ” Perhaps this says a lot about people's attitudes toward napping and the importance of taking a little nap during the busy workday.The advertisement for the Ostrich Pillow even claims that a 20-minute power nap can increase productivity by 37%. Amazing! I can only dream of all the things I would get done at the office if I actually worked at 37% productivity.And to think,all I need is a quick nap as soon as I get to my desk! In general, the Ostrich Pillow seems like a great idea. It's convenient. It's comfortable. It has a place for your hands.But the big question is whether people will actually wear it in public. Nevertheless,I'm still hoping to get my hands on、one of these to give it a proper test drive.But,until then,if you need me,I'll be sleeping buried on my desk ! 56.According to the passage,we can learn that A.the Ostrich Pillow can help people sleep longer B.power napping can help people work better C.people from a normal nap usually dream about a unicorn D.John Hodgman invented the Ostrich Pillow 57.What does the writer tllink about the advertisement? A.He feels bored. B.He doubts it. C.He believes it. D.He dislikes it. 58.Which of the following best describes the Ostrich Pillow? A.Comfortable and cheap. C.Convenient and comfortable. 59.What can we learn from the last paragraph? A.The writer has got an Ostrich Pillow. B.The writer is willing to have a drive test. C. The writer will be sleeping on his desk without that. D. The writer expects to own an Ostrich Pillow. 60.What might be the author's purpose of writing the text? B.Productive and relaxing. D.Special and attractive. .

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63.Why did average food prices worldwide rise 6%in July? A.Because the price of corn crop has got to the top of history. B.Because much of the corn crop in the world goes into making ethanol. C.Because America is suffering the worst drought. D.Because most of the com has been fed to animals. 64.Which of the following statements is TRUE? A.Ethanol should be added to all gasoline according to the American law. B.Forty percent of the nation's com crop is now made into fuel C.America requires the use of ethanol be stopped temporarily. D.Most American corn has been used as food or to feed animals. 65.What can we infer from the last two paragraphs? A.The requirement of ethanol really hurts parts of rural America. B.There is some competition between the ethanol industry and rural America. C.The law that requires ethanol in gasoline will be passed before long. D.The farmers in America benefited greatly from the requirement of ethanol. C Young children whose mothers talk with them more frequently and in more detail about people’s thoughts and feelings tend to be better at taking another person’s perspective (观点) than other children of the same age. That’s what researchers from the University of Western Australia found in a new study published in the journal Child Development. “Parents who frequently put themselves in someone else’s shoes in conversations with their children make it more likely their children will be able to do the same,” said lead author Brad Farrant. Researchers of the UWA’s Telethon Institute for Child Health Research looked at the influence of how parents interact with their children to learn more about how people develop the ability to take another’s perspective. The two-year study involved more than 120 Australian children aged between four and six, including children with typically developing language and others delayed in language acquisition(习得). The children completed tasks which were designed to assess their language skills, ability to infer others’ beliefs and use these to predict others’ behavior, and their ability to shift flexibly between different perspectives. Among children with typically developing language, the researchers found that mothers who talked more often and in greater detail about people’s thoughts and feelings — commenting on how another person might react to a particular situation as well as their own feelings about the topic — had children with better language skills and better perspective-taking skills. Children with delayed language acquisition were also delayed in their development of perspective-taking skills. This displays the role played by language as children develop the ability to take another’s perspective. “Solving the many challenges that the world faces today requires us all to get better at taking the

perspective of other people,” said Brad Farrant. 66. According to the text, to help children gain better perspective-taking skills, parents should __________. A. give their children more chances to express themselves B. talk more with their children about people’s feelings C. encourage their children to guess other people’s thoughts D. spend more time playing with their children 67. Which of the following is TRUE about the study? A. Over one hundred American children took part in it. B. All the children had delayed in language acquisition. C. The children in the study were around five years old. D. Mothers helped their children to complete the tasks. 68. Which have an effect on the development of children’s perspective-taking skills? A. The surrounding environments. C. Personal characters. 69. In the last paragraph, Brad Farrant __________. A. stressed the importance of perspective-taking skills B. expressed his concern about the world’s challenges C. showed how to take the perspective of other people D. explained why other people’s opinions are important 70. According to the text, we can learn __________. A. parents should talk to their children frequently no matter how old their children are B. it was Brad Farrant who wrote the study in Child Development herself C. the only way to improve language skill is talking to children more often D. parents who are always thinking about others will help their children do the same way D In a growing number of English classes, teachers are leaving the classic novels on the shelf and letting students select the books they read. Supporters say that the new approach, called reader’s workshop, helps develop a love for reading in students who are bored by classic literature. They argue that the best way to motivate students to read more is to offer them more choices. Not all educators are on the same page, however. They worry that students who choose trendy, less challenging titles over the classics won’t be exposed to the great writing and key themes of important works of literature. Student reporters Donald and Sarah express their ideas about this new approach. Donald thinks that we should turn the page. Students should be allowed to select the books they read in English class. He says he and his classmates are allowed to pick their own books in class. That makes them more focused, and they look forward to class time. Tristin, a classmate of his at Clinton Middle School agrees. “I’m reading books that I want to read, which makes class more fun and interesting,” he says. Offering B. Mother’s perspectives. D. Language skills.

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students a choice may also improve test scores. Studies by Professor John Guthrie of the University of Maryland found that students in grades 4 through 6 who had some choices in the books they read showed improved reading comprehension skills during testing. Giving students the chance to decide what they read helps build a lifelong love for reading. Isn’t that what we want for our students? Sarah holds a different view. She thinks teachers know more about books than students do. When an English teacher assigns a book, he or she keeps in mind the reading level of most students in the class. Students who choose their own books might be cheating themselves by picking books that are not up to their reading level or that are too difficult. Furthermore, a whole class can discuss a book it reads together. That makes it easier for some kids to understand what they are reading. “The students wouldn’t be able to hold a meaningful conversation if they were all reading different books,” says Kristin, an English teacher at Fleetwood Area Middle School. “If they read the same book, their conversations would be more in-depth.” 71. What’s the meaning of the underlined sentence “Not all educators are on the same page”? A. Educators have different opinions. C. Educators wrote in different pages. B. Educators didn’t appear at the same time. D. Educators didn’t agree with the author. B. draw students to reading classic novels D. encourage students to red more challenging books

fear rule you too much. Even in your house you are not absolutely safe: A plane may crash on your house, or you may get cancer! [3] The important thing is not to let fear rule you, but to use fear as your servant and guide instead. Fear will warn you of dangers; then you have to decide what action to take. [4] In many cases, you can take quick and successful action to avoid the danger. For example, you see a car coming straight towards you. Fear warns you, then you jump out of the way, and all is well. [5] In some cases, however, you decide that there is nothing that you can do to ___________. For example, you can’t prevent a plane crashing onto your house. In this case, fear is no longer of any use, and you have to try to overcome it. 76. What is mainly talked about in this passage? (no more than 15 words) _________________________________________________________________________ 77. How does the author support his idea in Paragraph 2? (no more than 5 words) _________________________________________________________________________ 78. Why does the author say that a fearless soldier is not a good soldier? (no more than 15 words) _________________________________________________________________________ 79. What benefit can we get from “fear” according to the passage? (no more than 10 words) __________________________________________________________________________ 80. Fill in the blank in Paragraph 5 with proper words. (no more than 5 words) __________________________________________________________________________ 第二节 写作(满分 30 分) 假设你是新华中学的学生李华,高中毕业后想到美国弗吉尼亚大学(University of Virginia)计算机专 业深造,请根据以下提示用英语写一封入学申请: 1.性别,年龄,毕业学校; 2.学习情况及特长; 4.联系方式:lihua93@ yahoo. com 2.可适当增加细节,以使行文连贯; 3.申请入学的理由; 注意:1.词数:120~150; Dear Sir or Madam,

72. Donald thinks that the new approach could __________. A. helped students be more focused in class C. make students less worried in English class

73. Sarah thinks that the new approach might __________. A. help students improve reading comprehension skills B. help students hold meaningful conversations in class C. make some students read books not suitable for them D. make some students ignore the important works of literature 74. Who has the same attitude towards the new approach with Kristin? A. Donald. A. listing cases B. Sarah. C. Tristin. D. John Guthrie. D. explaining causes and effects 75. The author develops the text mainly by __________. B. making comparisons C. following time order

第四部分 书面表达(满分 45 分) 第 一 节 : 阅 读 表 达 (共 5 小题;每小 3 分,满分 15 分) [l] Fear and pain are two of the most useful things that human beings and animals have, if they are properly used. If fire did not hurt when it burnt, children would play with it until their hands were burnt away. Similarly, if pain existed but fear didn’t, a child would burn himself again and again, because fear would not warn himself to keep away from the fire that had burnt himself before. A really fearless soldier is not a good soldier because he will soon be killed; and a dead soldier is of no use to his army. Fear and pain are therefore two guards without which human beings and animals might soon die out. [2] In our first sentence we suggested that fear should be properly used. If, for example, you never go out of your house because of the danger of being knocked down and killed in the street by a car, you are letting

3.开头和结尾已为你写好,不计人总词数。

look forward to your prompt reply. Yours sincerely, Li Hua

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高三英语综合训练四

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76. Something about fear and how we can deal with it. 77. By giving examples. 78. Because a fearless soldier will be killed sooner and a dead soldier is useless. 79. Fear can warn us of dangers. 80. avoid the danger Dear Sir or Madam. I’m writing to you in the hope that I would have the chance to further my studies at your university. First, please allow me to briefly introduce myself. My name is Li Hua, born in 1993. I’ll graduate from Xinhua High School this coming June. I’m an all-round student with excellent grades in all subjects, in particular Internet, Technology and English. This is the reason why I want to major in Computer Science in an English speaking country. I’m also good at computer program design and basketball. I know that the University of Virginia ranks among the top universities in the USA and enjoy a good reputation all around the world. It would be a great honor for me to study at your university. My e-mail address is lihua93@ yahoo. com, and I’ll appreciate it very much if I can receive your reply! Sincerely yours Li Hua

76. Something about fear and how we can deal with it. 77. By giving examples. 78. Because a fearless soldier will be killed sooner and a dead soldier is useless. 79. Fear can warn us of dangers. 80. avoid the danger Dear Sir or Madam. I’m writing to you in the hope that I would have the chance to further my studies at your university. First, please allow me to briefly introduce myself. My name is Li Hua, born in 1993. I’ll graduate from Xinhua High School this coming June. I’m an all-round student with excellent grades in all subjects, in particular Internet, Technology and English. This is the reason why I want to major in Computer Science in an English speaking country. I’m also good at computer program design and basketball. I know that the University of Virginia ranks among the top universities in the USA and enjoy a good reputation all around the world. It would be a great honor for me to study at your university. My e-mail address is lihua93@ yahoo. com, and I’ll appreciate it very much if I can receive your reply! Sincerely yours Li Hua

高三英语综合训练三

高三英语综合训练三

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21~35 DCBAA DCCDB BDAAC 36~55 CABDB BBDCB CADAB DCDBC 56~75 ABCAC ACBDC CBCDA DBACD 76. 150 minutes per week 77. We should wear loose-fitting comfortable clothing and supportive shoes 78. Strength training 79. Calculate weight loss progress by our weight and measurements 80. Tips on starting to exercise

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